JBL 4435 PDF

The series began as result of a number of product requests which had been kicking around the JBL Engineering Department throughout the mids, and because of my personal particular interests in the product area and customer applications, I took it and championed it through development to fruition in production. The first three products were: Model — a wood version of the previous model thermoplastic "Strongbox" with four-K 10" in a line array and dual bullets how interesting that the modern version of line arrays are now all the rage in sound reinforcement! Distinguishing elements included specially tooled stacking corners and optional, flush-fitting protective transport covers. I developed a special metal handle with the J. Sessions case hardware company with thick rubber on the movable bail that both improved handling strain and damped vibration noises. The enclosures were first manufactured of industry-standard cross-laminated Baltic or Finland birch.

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The series began as result of a number of product requests which had been kicking around the JBL Engineering Department throughout the mids, and because of my personal particular interests in the product area and customer applications, I took it and championed it through development to fruition in production.

The first three products were: Model — a wood version of the previous model thermoplastic "Strongbox" with four-K 10" in a line array and dual bullets how interesting that the modern version of line arrays are now all the rage in sound reinforcement! Distinguishing elements included specially tooled stacking corners and optional, flush-fitting protective transport covers.

I developed a special metal handle with the J. Sessions case hardware company with thick rubber on the movable bail that both improved handling strain and damped vibration noises.

The enclosures were first manufactured of industry-standard cross-laminated Baltic or Finland birch. Later we developed our own special maple-faced poplar which had an even better strength-to-weight ratio. You can see me posing with the first three products, and a fourth that was the format for next additions to come, single 15" variants in the same rectangular enclosure as the , outside next to the old engineering labs on the north side of the Northridge building.

Later, as the ferrite conversion followed through on the compression drivers and ring radiator tweeters, those substitution upgrades were made and the Cabaret models became "B" versions. A double-size, rectangular 10 cubic-foot enclosure for a E 18" for bass guitar was also introduced, the When I moved from Engineering into the Pro Division Marketing department in , I developed the introduction plan and marketing materials to promote the line, and defined the product additions that expanded its offerings.

I was aware that there was a latent demand for better performing and more portable sound reinforcement systems, and that this product area had much greater potential than merely providing premium speaker cabinets for musical instrument amps.

In June of the first real two-way PA speaker was released, the , with an E and a compression driver on the only compact horn available at the time, a brushed aluminum version of the called a In addition to its place in the basic Cabaret line and brochure, a special brochure was developed to promote the together with the as a portable disco system.

In , I conceived of a small configuration which would mimic the look of the large JBL and Studio Monitors and other similar systems, with two woofers side by side and a horn above. This new tweeter, in a "-1" version with the diaphragm in place of the diaphragm for lower crossover-point usage, coupled with two new 8" drivers, became the Cabaret Series Mini-P.

It was an incredible market success, combing visual appeal and high-fidelity performance at an attractive, affordable price point. A permanent installation version was developed in oak vinyl, including integral mounting points. Dean Rivera was the system engineer on this and other later Cabaret Series models. This constant directivity horn design, Constant Coverage as JBL called them, made the the most popular and most versatile of the Cabaret Series systems.

In a floor monitor version was made, the , slicing off the lower rear of the enclosure to create an appropriate angle for monitor use. As the packaged PA system success of the line broadened and was more fully recognized, more system variants were developed. Optional casters were available to aid in the portability of these huge systems.

The line lasted until when it was ultimately replaced by the SR and MR Series, which had a more pro-audio and more portable appearance and performance, but it is still remembered fondly by many and some units can even be still found in service around the world.

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They were in production longer than any other JBL main studio monitor, being introduced in and not discontinued until for the and for the David Smith was the engineer responsible for the system design of these monitors. Putting a crossover between the main horn and a small super tweeter type horn is problematic, though. The main horn usually had a lot of depth whereas a super tweeter such as a would be considerably shorter.

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Pregnant with a very respectable volume, which offer substantial firepower. It takes watts and big to make them sound properly SOUNDS That said, after a thorough listen, it shows two things: 1 It seems that there are 2 partitions parallel when listening to A medium air very acute, the Pavilion, and the double 38 which sends good. But it lacks a binding between the 2. Make no mistake, this is a false two-way, the 38 cm underneath the flag goes up and cut the same frequency as the or 1kz, but the second 38 cm from rising up to hz , to support the first which is also equipped with a membrane slightly lighter , and double the performance. The settings remain on separate medium acute compression, but even active, we can feel a little lack of tweeter, following the implementation, due to a more robust low end. The asset this time is essential for good balance, the soundstage is larger than the more suface emitting no longer in scope , but the size and implementation will also be more delicate, will not be the "key", as do a lot of large models ambitious.. The margin of investigation is still interesting for someone who can spend time

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