Each of these JBL speakers also has the High-Definition Imaging (HDI) waveguide for neutral frequency response both on-axis and off-axis in both the vertical and horizontal planes, as well as the JBL 2216Nd 15-inch Differential Drive woofer used in the M2—but modified with a new spider and a new surround treatment. The cast aluminum frame woofer has a pure pulp cone material, two 3-inch voice coils, and dual neodymium motor structures for low-frequency performance down to below 30Hz.
Other features include front-panel high-frequency and ultra-high-frequency trim controls, dual binding posts for bi-amping or bi-wiring, a 94dB sensitivity rating, 6 ohms impedance, and a choice of furniture-grade walnut or black walnut finishes.
“The JBL M2 has quickly established itself as the new reference standard in professional monitoring environments, and the JBL 4367 brings this high level of sonic accuracy to consumers,” said Jim Garrett, director of marketing and product management for Harman. “With the introduction of the 4367, home listeners everywhere can enjoy listening to music exactly as the artists, producers, and engineers intended it to be heard, from a loudspeaker that truly excels in every sonic respect.