Their slogan, "Professional just became more attainable.", is 200% correct.
I have used and have heard a different array of Studio Monitors. I have used Yamaha NS-10's, Meyer HD-1, Mackie Active 824, M-Audio Bx8a (Not the Deluxe Version). I have heard/listened to JBL 4328P's, & Dynaudio BM15A.
Now I have spent a VERY long time comparing Studio Monitors within the same price range (Going for 8-inch Monitors), such as, M-Audio BX8a Deluxe, Mackie MR8, Yamaha HS80M & of course these JBL LSR 2328.
In the end, i was trying to choose between the BX8a Deluxe and the JBL's. The BX8a's have ALOT of low-end, which is good to me, but bad at the same time, but i loved the low-end the BX8a's produced. But i wasn't so much of a fan the way high's and the mid's sounded, sounded very colored and un-natural.
When I first heard the JBL's, I was amazed. The clarity was great, the low end was good, but not as much as the BX8a's though. These JBL's have the same drivers as it's bigger brother, LSR4328, just without all the Room Correction. I can tell there's a difference between the two JBL's. But for this price, I don't think this monitor can be beat.
I love this monitor, the sound is Natural and amazing, I very much recommend these to ANYBODY looking for great professional monitors at a great price. And to top it off... Their JBL, one of the best brands for Audio in the world.
I would go on, and on, and on about these monitors. But i don't have the time to do it. Im too busy re-mixing all of my old mixes. =)