Your JBL monitor setup is not complete without a subwoofer and you'll want one that will be tuned to your room, right? Level up your studio with the LSR4312P subwoofer and start to REALLY hear your mixes!
Since I bought the JBL LSR4312SP subwoofer to go along with my JBL LSR4328 Pack, it has been the ultimate combination for mixing music! Great to use in all aspects of music making from production to mixing. Finally I don't have to guess about my low end and I find my mixes come out much more balanced having this subwoofer! It's great for the fact it tunes itself to the room and works in harmony with the JBL 4328's. If your looking for a professional monitoring setup, this is the way to go.
I like subs. Got this to go with my LSR 4328's. I have several consumer subs (home theater audio), and this sub just blows them out of the water. This thing has a lot more low notes, but the sound is very tight. Granted, it also costs 3-5x as much. I really want to put it right in front of my face at ear level, because a lot of the sound coming from it is directional, but I need to have my computer monitor(s) front and center. I looked at a lot of pictures and didn't see anyone with a sub at ear level. I really think it would sound fantastic. I could also turn it down a little and maybe minimize the effect of mixing in a bad room.
First off , the service at Sweetwater was great!...wil definitely purchase there again.
I've recorded/mixed with the 4328's in a smaller room, but just finished building my much larger dream studio and added the 4312SP.....and what a difference. Don't know how I worked without it before. I'm going to add a center 4328 and two matching surrounds.
The Room Mode correction function is invaluable.