What we know about the measurement:
JBL 4349 is a passive bookshelves speaker that cost around 7500USD for a pair .
- Quality of the measurement data is high .
- Origin of the data is ASR.
- Format of the data is generated by a Klippel NFS .
- Sensitivity: 89.1dB (avg. 100Hz-1kHz for 2.83V measured at 1m)
- -3dB (resp. -6db) point v.s. reference is at 51.3Hz (resp. 36.6Hz).
- Reference level is normalised to 0.3dB computed over the frequency range [300.0Hz, 5000.0Hz].
- Frequency deviation is 3.3dB over the same frequency range.
- Horizontal directivity is (-30.0°, 30.0°) between 1kHz and 10kHz. Angle computed for +/-6dB.
- Vertical directivity is (-30.0°, 10.0°) between 1kHz and 10kHz. Angle computed for +/-6dB.
- Tonality (Preference) Score
- Tonality (Preference) Score is 4.1
and would be 5.83 with a
- Details: NBD: ON 0.506, LW 0.493, SP 0.526, PIR 0.507; SM: SP0.686, PIR0.402; LFQ 1.829, LFX 36Hz
- Tonality (Preference) Score is 6.53
with an EQ and would be 7.94 with a
perfect subwoofer and the same EQ.
- Details: NBD: ON 0.361, LW 0.331, SP 0.327, PIR 0.298; SM: SP0.943, PIR0.885; LFQ 1.568, LFX 30Hz
- Tonality (Preference) Score is 4.1 and would be 5.83 with a perfect subwoofer.
- Link to Original review.