Derived from much of the same cutting-edge technology inherent to JBL’s M2 Master Reference Monitor, and offering music listeners a more size- and cost-friendly option scaled for enjoying in homes, the 4367 tower loudspeakers bring the company’s famed professional-grade studio to your listening room. This two-way gem uses almost the exact same 15-inch woofer with patented Differential Drive three-inch dual voice coil and neodymium motor structure – and the very same patented D2430K three-inch dual-diaphragm compression driver for the upper-mid and high frequencies – as M2. What’s more, 4367’s easy drivability and efficiency make it a fantastic option for tube lovers. JBL’s own High-Definition Imaging waveguide horn on the compression driver furthers 4367’s breathtaking dynamic abilities and staggering low-end depth.
One look and it goes without saying the 37.1-inch-tall, 135-pound 4367 features stellar aesthetics. The classic blue baffles and an elegant wood-grain veneer that are at once nostalgic and timeless. Ditto the dual front-firing bass-reflex ports. Having won multiple awards from Japan’s prestigious Stereo Sound Grand Prix, 4367 excels in the fields of sound staging, imaging, responsiveness, and off-axis listening. And did we mention bass? Yowsa. These two-way dynamos energize the surrounding space with energy and excitement that makes listening a contagious, enthralling experience. At once refined and powerful, 4367 performs with a joyful effortlessness that will have you pulling out record after record – and cuing up track after track.
Factor in front-panel trim controls for optimal sonic adjustments and gold-plated connections that allow for bi-amping and bi-wiring, and 4367 emerges as a must for anyone hoping to audition a loudspeaker of preeminent performance, engineering, appearance, and build.