JBL’s 9300 Series surround loudspeakers are designed to provide ‘smooth coverage and excellent power handling’ for modern cinema applications.

Equipped with positioning capabilities that simplify system design and installation, the first two models in the JBL 9300 Series, the 9300 and the 9310, feature new transducer technologies and waveguide designs that reportedly result in studio-grade performance and pattern control.

Available worldwide, the first shipment is currently in transit to the manufacturer’s Denmark warehouse and will be in stock in the next two weeks.

The JBL 9300 Series high-frequency horns feature JBL image control technology and asymmetric pattern control guided by Wave Shaping Vanes, which distribute acoustic energy in proper proportion to the room.

This technique provides a wave front that is sculpted to the room’s geometry, providing precise coverage capability.

Both models provide uniform, asymmetric 60-degree vertical coverage and 110-degree horizontal coverage and feature three separate horizontal mounting planes at 15-degree angles.

Both the JBL 9300 and 9310 loudspeakers are built around a high-power, long-throw 250mm (10in) low-frequency driver for smooth extended bass response.

The high-frequency section uses a 25mm (1in) composite diaphragm compression driver with high output capability. The 9300 model offers 250W power handling; the 9310 model is 350W.

Input terminals are located on the top of both cabinets for easy access.

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