JBL 4367 Tower Loudspeakers: Pro Studio Sound, Patented Technology, Timeless Looks With Massive Dynamics and Stellar Efficiency
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 soundstaging, 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.
"After living for several months with the JBLs, I found them to be sonically impeccable—both forceful or delicate when called for. They reproduced music in an utterly neutral, evenhanded way, sounded robust while resolving lots of detail, and never struggled to fill the unusually large room where I had placed them."
—Alex Halberstadt, Stereophile cover story
"I wasn't sure what to expect from the 4367's measurements. My experience in the 1970s of high-sensitivity designs with horn-loaded drive-units led me to believe that too many compromises are needed to achieve such high sensitivity. No such compromises were made with the JBL 4367 Studio Monitor—it offers textbook measured performance."
—John Atkinson, Measurements, Stereophile cover story
"The JBL 4367 Studio Monitors provide a lot for [the money]. They effortlessly fill the largest living spaces with loud music, don't require mammoth amps (though at least 50W is recommended for all but the smallest spaces), and most importantly will play your whole record collection well. For listeners who want to hear every detail on their favorite recordings at lifelike volumes, these may be just right."
—Alex Halberstadt, Stereophile cover story
"Boasting studio monitor accuracy, 'party-starting' output on demand, and some genuine audiophile attributes, this is great work from JBL."
JBL: A History of Transforming Listening
JBL plays an indirect or direct role in practically everything you hear today. From pioneering motion-picture sound to its long history in the world's finest recording studios and concert venues to creating dozens of high-end loudspeaker technologies – including "firsts" for woofers, transducers, drivers, and coils – JBL has changed how everyone listens. Music Direct is honored to carry several very special models previously only available in Japan. Renowned for lifelike dynamics and beguiling high-frequency extension, they will continue to transform how you hear.
Low-frequency transducer: 15" (380mm) 2216Nd-1 Differential Drive® woofer
Mid/High Frequency Transducer: 3" (75mm) D2430K dual compr ession
Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power: 300 watts RMS
Frequency Response (-6dB): 30 Hz – 40 kHz
Sensitivity (2.83V@1m): 94dB
Nominal Impedance: 6 Ohm
Crossover Frequencies: 700 Hz
Enclosure type: Bass-reflex via Dual Front-firing Ports
Inputs: Dual Gold-plated Five-way Binding Posts
Dimensions (HWD): 37-1/16" x 22-1/16" x 16-3/4"
Weight: 135 lbs.
User Manual (PDF, 16.6 MB)