JBL Northridge N24AWII 2-Way, 4" Weather-Resistant Bookshelf Speakers with Brackets - Off White (Pair)
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- Pair of weather-resistant, 2-way, 4-inch bookshelf speakers
- 4-inch WeatherPlas cone woofers
- 0.75-inch titanium-laminated dome tweeters
- FreeFlow flared port
- 100 watts max
- Includes wall-mounting brackets and 5-way binding posts
- Pair of weather-resistant, 2-way, 4-inch bookshelf speakers. Off-white color.
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|Item Dimensions||4.75 x 6.25 x 9.5 in||10.2 x 7.3 x 7.3 in||8.6 x 18.5 x 16.5 in||6.4 x 7.1 x 11.8 in|
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These 2-way 4" weather-resistant bookshelf speakers have high-impact molded enclosures that reproduce sound with phenomenal clarity and power. Each speaker features a 3/4" tweeter with titanium-laminate dome and EOS waveguide, 4" woofer with WeatherPlas cone and a 100-watt capacity. Compact design allows for easy, out-of-the-way mounting. Mounting brackets included. Each speaker is 4.5 lbs. 9-1/2Hx6-1/4Wx4-3/4D".
Take your favorite music outdoors without losing precious fidelity with the JBL Northridge N24AWII weather-resistant bookshelf speakers. Designed for patios, porches, and other areas with a roof eve or awning, the speakers are ideal for lazy summer parties, wedding receptions, and other outdoor gatherings, as their JLB-exclusive Kapton voice coils and Heatscape motor structures provide rich, crisp audio without withering under intense heat or whipping wind. And should listeners not have a suitable outdoor environment--the speakers aren't waterproof, so uncovered areas aren't ideal--they can move inside and use them as bookshelf stereo speakers or rear speakers in a surround system. The speakers even come with individual brackets for mounting on a wall.
Each speaker includes a 0.75-inch titanium-laminate cone tweeter that reproduces high notes and dialogue at the peak of precision. The tweeter also boasts an oval orientation called Elliptical Oblate Spheroidal (EOS), which results in a wider horizontal dispersion of sound. The idea is simple: turn every seat, no matter where it's located, into the best seat in the house or yard. Meanwhile, the mids and lows radiate from the professionally engineered 4-inch WeatherPlas cone woofers. Additional audio enhancements include FreeFlow flared ports that minimize distortion and thump and a Straight-Line Signal Path (SSP) crossover network that divides the audio signal with minimal processing for a better overall sound.
The N24AWII's technical specifications include a maximum recommended amplifier power of 100 watts, a frequency response of 75 Hz to 20 kHz, and a crossover frequency of 3,000 Hz. Audiophiles will also appreciate the sturdy five-way binding posts, which both provide a variety of secure hookup options and preserve the nuances of the source music.
The speakers hail from JBL's Northridge E Series, which comprises not only floorstanding and bookshelf speakers, but also center channel speakers, subwoofers, and anything else you need to create a superior surround system. The speakers measure 6.25 by 9.5 by 4.75 inches (W x H x D) and are covered by a five-year warranty on parts and labor.
What's in the Box
Two N24AWII speakers, self-adhesive rubber feet, wall brackets, warranty card, user's manual.
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8 of these JBLs mounted on columns and walls made for a superb "blanket" of sound, especially since we have many older residents who are hard of hearing.
Coupled to a high-end DIS conference mic system through a small Yamaha mixer and a DBX Eq and each of them having about 60w available for power, these little beauties sound great!
Very clean soundstage, low distortion and very ear-pleasing.
They fill the room with excellent-sounding music too.
As an old "Hi-Fi" head, I found these speakers to give excellent bang for the buck.
One warning: don't tighten the threaded plastic ring too tightly on the "knuckle" that holds the speaker as it can crack the ring.
These are very good direct-radiating speakers for the money. They are not too big and fairly lightweight. They will blend into your white/off-white wall. The included wall brackets mounted easily and securely into the wall studs (you need to buy your own screws). The mounting brackets allows a great deal of aiming adjustments.
I have not seen any measurements for this speaker, however I did not hestitate to buy it. I have not heard anything other than neutrality, and I have full confidence in JBL as well as all Harman International brands. Harman has the most sophisticated measurement and testing facilities in the United States (if not the world), and they design speakers based on science. Trained listeners then evaluate the speakers in blind tests where the speakers are repeatedly rotated in and out of position behind a screen. I'm not saying these particular JBL speakers were so tested, but the point is that you can be sure you are buying a quality loudspeaker--even when it is a satellite speaker that embodies numerous compromises. For example, Harman manufactures the speaker's drivers in house. Such economies of scale allow them to offer a high quality product with which smaller manufacturers simply cannot compete.
A nice feature of these speakers and all JBL consumer speakers I believe, is the waveguide around the tweeter. Essentailly a horn, this improves horizontal directivity beyond the stereo sweetspot.
Again, I have mounted these speakers indoors and cannot comment on their weather resistance.
In summary, I would not hesitate to recommend these speakers to someone for an application similar to mine where room size, budget, and spousal acceptance preclude larger rear surounds.