Harman Pro debuts 3800 & 4800 ScreenArray speakers in China

posted on Tuesday, 21st December 2021 by Steve May

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Harman Professional Solutions has launched its JBL Professional 3800 and 4800 Series ScreenArray screen-channel loudspeakers into China. Designed for small- to medium-format cinemas, the five new models comprise passive and bi-amplified loudspeakers.

Part of the brand’s 3000 and 4000 Series of cinema speakers, they feature Differential Drive woofers, custom titanium compression drivers and patented horn designs able to compensate for perforated screens.

Optimized for smaller cinema spaces, the ScreenArray line have shallow profiles that meet minimum behind-screen depth requirements, with flat-front waveguide designs for easy baffle-wall installation.

The loudspeakers have been recently updated with more refined crossover systems, for a smoother, more balanced response; high-frequency driver protection circuitry; and conveniently oriented connectors for easy maintenance.

The 3800 Series, aimed at 100- to 150-seat cinemas, includes the JBL-3822N Two-Way Passive ScreenArray Cinema Loudspeaker System, the JBL-3830 Three-Way Bi-Amplified/Passive ScreenArray Cinema Loudspeaker System and the JBL-3832 Three-Way Bi-Amplified ScreenArray Cinema Loudspeaker System. The 4800 Series, designed for 150- to 250-seat cinemas, includes the JBL-4822N Two-Way Passive ScreenArray Cinema Loudspeaker System and the JBL-4832 Three-Way Bi-Amplified ScreenArray Cinema Loudspeaker System.

Models can be combined with JBL Professional 3000 and 4000 Series loudspeakers and surrounds to tailor complete cinema sound systems for any small- to medium-size cinema.

“When it comes to entertainment, nothing compares to magical night out at the movies,” said Roy Chen, JBL Professional Product Manager, Cinema Loudspeakers. “With more high-definition content being released and competition for the attention of moviegoers rising, cinemas are needing increasingly state-of-the-art technologies that deliver the brilliant visuals and three-dimensional sound that keep audiences coming back for more. Whether renovating or building a new theatre, we believe cinema owners will agree, these loudspeakers are incredible at delivering all of a film’s sonic nuances, from the softest whisper to the mightiest roar.”

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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