American audio company Harman has announced their latest JBL flagship model at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 in the form of Project Everest DD67000 loudspeaker.
Based on Project Everest DD66000, the new speaker is upgraded with the latest technology, richer material and world-class components. Weighing about 142kg, the 2 × 38cm 3Way Floorstanding Speaker feature newly developed 15 inches woofers, a 3-way network design, two 1501AL 380mm diameter woofer, a 476Be 100mm diameter compression driver and a 045Be 25mm diameter compression driver for an ultra-high-frequency.
Some other highlighted features of the JBL DD67000 loudspeaker are Proprietary Bi-Radial horns, excellent terminals and system controls, Bi-wiring capabilities and Flawless enclosure construction.
The DD67000 loudspeaker is designed to offer you extra ordinary and fantastic listening experience. Priced at whooping $75,000 per pair the JBL Project Everest DD67000 loudspeaker unveiled at CES 2013 are available in rosewood and maple finishes and will start selling from February 2013.
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