I agree, I have the KH120’s with 1 KH805 sub as a 2nd system. In my opinion on most music, they sound as good and as loud as the KH420’s that are my mains. I stop turning them up before the overload lights come on as it’s loud. On RS meter I measure 95Db on slow C at a distance of 2.5 meters...
I share a story of my experience with the original Revel Salons, back some years ago. I blew both tweeters out twice, and Kevin Vokes at the time was gracious enough to replace them under warranty. I subsequently sold the speakers. Most passives that I'm aware of, do not have a protection...
I came access this printout during the move of a study/office.
I’m interested in comments on the graph and how it relates to what you have heard when listening to ATC’s
I believe it was produced in house by ATC.
Back to the topic on hand the JBL 4349, I'm keenly interested in the measurements, for a reason beyond curiosity. I had the bigger brother, the 4367 in my home for about 6 months. I will keep my impressions till after the review.
Why are we focused on budget speakers.
Maybe it's just me but you spent $100,000. on a SOTA measuring device and gave it the space that it needs. Then to focus on $100. to $200. speakers is counter intuitive.
For an analogy, you wouldn't set up a 4 Wheel Dyno for the same kind of money to test...
according to the manual, yes it will show clippings
I’ve never had mine go off and the lights are set to “dim”
My bad. I forgot to mention I use the KH805 sub with factory crossover set at 80 Hz
Probably why lights never turn red. ♂️