James Loudspeaker LR-S Passive Sound Bar Aims for Audiophile Performance

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  1. gene Audioholics Master Chief Administrator

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    James Loudspeaker recently introduced a series of passive 2.1 sound bars, producing left and right-channel audio as well as bass energy from a center-mounted built-in subwoofer. These LR-S format sound bars designed around their SPL5-SPL8 soundbars can be customized to match nearly any flat-panel display. They are designed to bring clarity and full-range sound to applications where an external subwoofer is impractical. The starting price is $3,500. Are they worth it? Read on to find out.

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    LOL. . . . "Aircraft grade aluminum." The whole of marketing really gets it's money's worth out of that association these days. I reckon they've finally worn out; "surgical stainless steel."

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