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I bought the 305 and listened to them for a month as well. no hiss at all. completely silent.
Such a problem can be caused by something with a lower s/n ratio than the speakers were designed to accommodate sending hiss from upstream. If any signal of any kind passes through the system, wouldn't you expect and want it passed on intact?Considering that several testimonials refuting the pervasiveness of the problem have been issued by fellow members who own the product, I would be quick to assume that the reviewer in question needs to figure out why HE has a problem. Balanced lines might help. Blaming the product seems hasty to me.
How close to them were you? You have to be <1m away to hear it.-Jim
One small fault was a very small amount of hiss/noise coming from the LSR305s, but once music was playing you won't notice the noise. Many other self-powered speakers have noise issues. The LSR305's noise is less noticeable than most...
You gotta wonder just where JBL gets off marketing an inexpensive active 2 way studio monitor that generates universal praise and hogs the industry awards without exceeding state of the art standards or proving itself to be utterly and unanimously without the smallest fault. Pretty cheeky, I'd say. They charge like $149 each for these things and don't even offer chartreuse or mauve. Plus, they aren't even made in the USA and you have to get them from those clueless pro audio types. Hello????
I was assuming, having never been there, that RMAF was pretty 420 already. No?
Audiophiles need to wake up to what the professionals are doing (true accuracy versus being entertained via delusion).
Lots of pros love tubes, analog tape, vintage mics, vintage eq, vintage compressors, etc.
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