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Old 06-15-2019, 05:40 AM
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New member here, I have a pair of JBL 4312's I'd like to determine their age. Is there a way to decipher the serial number to determine age?
http://www.lansingheritage.org/ may be of some help.
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New here, inherited from my dad his JBL 300 monitors, residential cabinets, and had to refoam them. They sounded great with the also inherited McIntosh 2100 power amp, C 26 Preamp and MR78 tuner. We moved to Idaho 4+ years ago and my wife says the speakers are too big for the new house...so...the set up is in my 30X40' shop, minus the 300s, they are still in storage waiting for me to build platforms to elevate them above all the tools and clutter on the floor. I'm getting closer to the platforms and I can't wait to blast out the neighbors.


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I’ve been lurking for a long while and admiring the collections of all of these great JBL fans out there. I’ve tried many manufacturers over the decades but JBL has been my favorite. After owning a wide assortment of JBLs since my first pair of L-150s in ‘76 or ‘77 (probably 50+ models), I still own L-65, L-100, L-110, L-150, L-220, L-300, 4343, 4350, Array 1400, Everest DD67000, Control 30. Eight pairs are currently set up and used weekly. And one other Harman product, the Revel Salon 2s. Thatsa lotta music!!
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