In the audio world, the JBL brand is practically synonymous with professional audio. They have been there for all the biggest events and have become the official sound for Woodstock. When there is a revolutionary audio technology, there is a good chance a JBL/Harman engineer is behind it. That is the nature of the Harman, which includes JBL, Infinity, AKG, and more. The past week, Harman came to teach Sonic about the JBL and Infinity car audio products. Sonic Electronix was taught about speakers, subwoofers, amplifiers, new unreleased products, and the incredible JBL MS-8 Sound Processor.
In addition to the classroom style training, Sonic went outside to get a hands-on demo of Infinity and JBL. Two show cars pulled up to show off what Infinity and JBL are all about.
Infinity Kappa Speakers
The Kappa speakers have a long history of being some of the best speakers on the Infinity product line-up. With an affordable price tag and huge performance, these speakers have become very popular for car audio novices and audiophiles alike. The show car that Harman (JBL & Infinity) brought was fully loaded with Infinity Kappa 60.9cs car speakers.
Infinity Kappa Subwoofers
Kappa subwoofers are possibly the richest looking subwoofers on the market. Not only do they produce some rich, clean bass, but they also have a shiny, gold cone. Check out the Infinity Kappa 120.9W to see high res images of the cone. Wiring is made simple with the SSI (Smart Selectable Impedance) switch. Once installed and properly wired, these subwoofers become a well-balanced woofer for SQ and SPL.
Infinity Kappa Amplifiers
Properly powering a system is important and the Infinity Kappa amplifiers are the perfect solution. Providing constant reliable power to any mobile audio system, the Kappa amplifiers have developed a reputation as one of the more premier amplifiers in the industry. To make it better, these high-end amplifiers do not come with a high-end price tag. Kappa amplifiers are the perfect solution to an audiophile car audio system.