1400 Array

3-Way 14" (355mm) Floorstanding Loudspeaker

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1400 Array

The 1400 Array is the top-of-the-line loudspeaker in JBL’s Project Array lineup. Engineered for superlative sonic performance in the most ambitious home theater and music systems, the 1400 Array’s remarkable fidelity and sonic realism is sure to thrill even the most-demanding audiophiles. The 1400 Array utilizes the same 435AL aluminum midrange compression driver found in JBL’s ultrahigh-end K2 S5800 Series loudspeaker, paired with an ultrahigh-frequency 045Ti pure-titanium compression driver.

JBL Project Array floorstanding loudspeakers employ advanced Aquaplas-treated high-frequency transducers and titanium-diaphragm ultrahigh-frequency drivers in an extremely dense and rigid freestanding horn. The unconventional look of the horn assembly produces an equally unconventional sound: brilliantly clean highs – into the ethereal realm of 40kHz – delivered directly to a listener’s ears. Coupled with a fast mid- to high-frequency compression driver in the time–honored JBL Professional tradition, Project Array brings a new level of dimensional accuracy to the tonal and dynamic realism JBL is justly famous for.

Available in Black Gloss Wood Grain Finish.


Specifications

Print Specifications
Description3-Way, 14″ (35.6 cm) Floorstanding Speaker
Frequency Response32Hz – 40kHz
Power Handling300 Watts
Sensitivity (2.83V @ 1m)89dB
Nominal Impedance8 Ohms
Crossover Frequencies (Hz)750Hz, 8kHz
Ultrahigh-frequency Drive Components1″ (2.5 cm) Puretitanium Diaphragm Compression Driver
High-frequency Drive Components3″ (7.6 cm) Aqua-Plascoated Aluminum Diaphragm Compression Driver
Low-frequency Drive Components14” (35.6 cm) Aqua-Plas-coated Pulp-cone Woofer with 4” (10.2 cm) Copper Edge-wound Voice Coil
Height46.5″ (118.1 cm)
Width15.5″ (39.4 cm)
Depth19″ (48.3 cm)
Weight115 lb (52.2 kg)
FinishesBlack High-gloss Woodgrain


Awards & Reviews

2010 Review by Larry Greenhill, Stereophile (May 2010 Issue Cover Feature)

2010 JBL Project Array System Review by Scott Wilkinson, HomeTheater.com

2009 Review by HomeTheaterReview.com