The JBL LSR4326 has been around for a few years and if my memory serves me correctly one of the first to offer DSP Room Correction. It's always best to work in a properly built and tuned room but for those times when that's not feasible the Room Mode Correction System can be very useful. However, take note it only works for the spot where the calibration mic is placed. So other parts of the room outside of the mix position will not be corrected.
- Bi-amplified monitor with JBL DSP-enabled RMC Room Mode Correction system.
- 6" polymer-coated fiber low-frequency transducer with self-shielded neodymium magnet structure
- 1" soft-dome tweeter with self-shielded neodymium magnet structure and ferro fluid cooling
- 150 watts amplification for LF
- 70 watts amplification for HF
- XLR and 1/4" balanced analog inputs
- AES/EBU and S/PDIF digital inputs
- Integrated processing provides Automated Room Mode Correction, and compensation for speaker-to-speaker placement variations
- Front panel includes output level meter and user controls
- Harman HiQnet network and USB computer interface provide centralized control of entire system from any speaker
- Network cable included
Check out Electronic Musician's review of the LSR4326.
$1098 at Sweetwater Sound.