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  • Ernie SchmuntzErnie Schmuntz

    One of JBL’s best

    JBL L100TPublished on 09/09/21 at 10:28
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    My L100t is a favorite two channel listening of mine. I’ve paired this with a Hafler XL-280/945 class a preamp. I stream with a BluOS streamer. Wiring is 10 gauge.

    This JBL throws a massive soundstage. They hit 20Hz-27KHz with bone jarring authority. There is no heaviness to the low end or mid bass. The mid to high end is similar across dozens of professional monitors and other JBL Series that utilize the two drivers. It’s so very smooth and free from fatigue. They are excellent for any type of music from Sabbath to Classic. Pipe organ is a kick.

    My pair had the crossovers reworked by a JBL Yoda from Lansing Heritage. The current L100t outclassed my stock L100T3 in every way. I’ll n…
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    My L100t is a favorite two channel listening of mine. I’ve paired this with a Hafler XL-280/945 class a preamp. I stream with a BluOS streamer. Wiring is 10 gauge.

    This JBL throws a massive soundstage. They hit 20Hz-27KHz with bone jarring authority. There is no heaviness to the low end or mid bass. The mid to high end is similar across dozens of professional monitors and other JBL Series that utilize the two drivers. It’s so very smooth and free from fatigue. They are excellent for any type of music from Sabbath to Classic. Pipe organ is a kick.

    My pair had the crossovers reworked by a JBL Yoda from Lansing Heritage. The current L100t outclassed my stock L100T3 in every way. I’ll never part with them.
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  • lodotchnikofflodotchnikoff

    JBL L100TPublished on 05/04/06 at 15:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Premire JBL general public have used a titanium tweeter.
    Filtration of this model changed radically with the old productions, not by its technical quality, but we got an acoustic made more neutral, with a high mdium a little less forward.
    My advice is to stiffen the entire body by a bonding of quarter round of the indoor one.
    The enclosure does not vibrate at all, the bass is dbarrass returns interference by bad vibrations contained no such change.
    Serge.
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