JBL Synthesis has announced a new stand-mount loudspeaker called the  4309. It’s essentially a more compact version of the 4349 bookshelf monitor speakers with better specifications.


Jbl Synthesis 2 Way Bookshelf Loudspeaker

One of the most noticeable features of the speaker is its compact body, which looks a lot like its larger predecessors in the JBL’s series of home studio speakers, 4349 and 4367 types.

Designed and engineered in JBL’s world-famous acoustic engineering facility in Northridge, California, the 4309 Studio Monitor is a showcase of the advanced JBL acoustics technologies.

This bookshelf loudspeaker features a 2-way design with High-Definition Imaging (HDI ™) horn technology, 2410H-2 1-inch compression driver, a 6.5-inch cast-frame, and Pure- pulp cone woofer for powerful dynamics and incredibly accurate sound productions.

There’s also an ultra-high frequency tonal adjuster located on the front panel below the horn. This allows the sound coming out of the speaker to be adjusted to your liking.

Jbl Synthesis 2 Way Bookshelf Loudspeaker (3)

The JBL Synthesis 4309 speaker is built around a cabinet braced with 3/4-inch walls. The walls have a bass-reflex design with dual front-firing flared ports built-in inside them.

At the back of the loudspeaker, twin sets of gold-plated binding posts are built for single-ended or bi-wire/bi-amplified connections.

True to its compact nature, the overall dimensions of the speaker with grilled is only 419x260x227mm and weighs around 11 kgs.

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Pricing & Availability 

As of right now, the JBL Synthesis 4309 loudspeaker comes in a choice of walnut with a blue cloth grille or a black walnut with a black grille satinwood veneers.

It will be available for purchase in June for  £1,799. It comes with 5 years warranty and 25,5 kgs shipping weight.