I only did a single measurement with 0 dB setting. See attached the 0 dB overlayed with a single measurement in a position close to it. Note that it should say psychoacoustic, I did not invent a new smoothing methodDid you also do it without the -3dB bass attenuation
4305p is shown as certified now: https://roon.app/en/partners/160/jblI'm not seeing any indication of them being Roon Ready on JBL's website, although media articles are mentioning it. Is this the type of thing where it's just hung up in certification?
I don't see any mention on the 4305p product page either. "Wireless Streaming Audio via Chromecast, AirPlay 2, and Bluetooth" is all that shows up for both.
Hi, do you have concerns about their build quality?Clearly a nicely measuring speaker; I suspect they'll sound as good as that looks. Hopefully they can keep the build quality up.
I also find it interesting they've optimized the horn on the home versions for smoothly rising treble DI, as opposed to the basically flat DI of 708i/P. Also tweeter level here is where 708i/P should be IMO - fortunately an easy fix on those with the adjustments available in DCIn/BSS/Intonato for 708i or 708P plate amp.
Did you hear the 4312G also? you started this thread but wrote basically no impressions about the 4329p after your listening session.
Well, the 705P tested here had what looked to me like missing filters, and the measurements of the 708i measured here had a tweeter response different from early samples and thus misaligned with the tweeter filtering. So there’s some baggage.Hi, do you have concerns about their build quality?