Erikson Consumer Home has introduced the new High Definition Imaging line of JBL Premium Loudspeakers to the Canadian market.
Designed and engineered in JBL’s acoustic engineering facility in Northridge, CA, the new HDI (High Definition Imaging) series of loudspeakers use JBL’s HDI waveguide geometry, a design that the company says delivers neutral frequency response both on- and off-axis, and provides a “seamless transition between the high and low frequency drivers.”
The line offers dispersion control of 100 degrees horizontal/80 degrees vertical and consistent energy delivery across its dispersion area.
The HDI line includes a pair of 2.5-way floor-standing main speakers, featuring either triple eight-inch drivers (HDI-3800) or triple 6.5-inch drivers (HDI-3600). The line also includes a 6.5-inch two-way bookshelf loudspeaker (HDI-1600), a 2.5-way quadruple 5.25-inch driver centre channel loudspeaker (HDI-4500) and a 12-inch 1000W powered subwoofer (HDI-1200P), which the company says is the “highest performing 12-inch powered subwoofer in JBL history.”
“The HDI line is an exciting new series from JBL built to deliver an unparalleled music and cinematic experience,” says Enzo Morelli, Vice President, Erikson Consumer – Home. “We are confident that enthusiasts whose time has come for a loudspeaker upgrade will find in the JBL HDI series a tremendous value, high performance option.”
The full HDI line is available in three finishes: black gloss, grey oak, and walnut, with pricing ranging from $2,500 a pair to $7,000 a pair for various configurations.