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JBL Intros New L75ms Music System

Integrated streaming engine provides both wired and wireless network audio capabilities.

JBL Music System - Grille Off

The JBL L75ms Music System caters to the enthusiast who seeks an easier way to listen to their music collection without sacrificing acoustic performance. As a modern re-imagining of the traditional Hi-Fi system, the L75ms finds its design inspiration from the JBL Classic Series with which it shares its walnut wood veneer cabinet finish and black Quadrex foam grille. Behind that retro appearance lies thoroughly modern acoustic technology, including high-res audio capability and a wealth of wired and wireless connectivity.

The integrated streaming engine provides both wired and wireless network audio capabilities via Ethernet, Google Chromecast Built-in, Apple AirPlay 2, and Bluetooth audio. A 32-bit/192 kHz high-resolution DAC ensures your favorite music comes across with the highest fidelity. In addition to premium wireless audio, the L75ms provides a number of connections for physical sources, including a 3.5mm analog input. For vinyl lovers, there is a moving magnet (MM) phono stage for connecting a turntable, and an HDMI ARC input for movie and gaming sound when connected to a television. For even more acoustic impact, there is a dedicated signal sensing subwoofer output for connecting to an external powered subwoofer.

JBL Music System – Top

Behind the Quadrex foam grille and curved front panel shape, the L75ms contains a pair of 1-inch titanium dome tweeters with waveguides, a pair of 5.25-inch white cone woofers with dual front-firing ports, and a 4-inch central midrange driver — all arranged on a multi-angled baffle that brings to mind the “built-in acoustics” curved shapes of heritage JBL models. Each of the five drivers has a dedicated channel of amplification and DSP tuning to deliver a wide soundstage across a large listening area. System operation of the L75ms is via the aluminum control panel on the top of the walnut enclosure, the included wireless remote control, or wireless connectivity to a Google Chromecast, Apple AirPlay 2, or Bluetooth enabled device.

To highlight the performance capabilities of the L75ms Music System, JBL has partnered with streaming audio service Qobuz to offer a FREE trial subscription for customers to provide them the experience of listening to high-resolution music. JBL is working with Qobuz to curate a playlist of songs used by the engineering and product team during the development of the L75ms so that customers can discover for themselves some of the finest attributes of the product.

The JBL L75ms Music System will be available for the holidays beginning in Q4 of 2021 with a retail price of $1500.

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