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Harman Unveils New Reference Monitors at AES

At the 141st AES show, HARMAN Professional Solutions demonstrated the new JBL 7 Series and M2 Master Reference Monitors.

Based on the technology of the company's flagship M2 Master Reference Monitor system, JBL’s new 7 Series Master Reference Monitors were developed from the ground up for next-generation monitoring in music, post production and broadcast facilities. The new speaker line leverages patented technologies to deliver detailed imaging, extended frequency response and exceptional dynamic range. The 708i and 705i models are the heart of an installed system that is centrally amplified and tuned and scalable for any number of channels in any size room.

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