The JBL HT4H is a bookshelf/floor-standing speaker from the JBL HT series that can either be used as a horizontal, left, center, right speaker. Designed to complement the HT4V main speaker, HT5 LCR speaker, and the HTPS400 subwoofer, the JBL HT4H comes equipped with dual 5-1/4” cast aluminum cone subwoofers and one 1” pure-Titanium dome tweeter with a Bi-radial constant directivity horn designed to preserve the imaging of center-channel dialogue with “pinpoint accuracy.” The JBL HT4H also features a straight-line single path crossover network, a FreeFlow flared rear port, and a rear piston type foot for correct speaker positioning. In addition, the JBL HT4H competes with floor-standing/bookshelf/center speakers from the JBL ES series and the JBL Cinema Sound series. The JBL HT4H is priced at $459.99, making it the most expensive speaker versus its competitors due to its increased functionality (i.e. its ability to function in separate roles in either a 5.1 or 7.1 high-definition home theater system).
- Frequency Response: 55Hz – 20kHz (–6dB)
- Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power: 150 Watts
- Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms
- Sensitivity (2.83V/1m): 90dB
- Crossover Frequency: 1250 Hz
- Low-Frequency Transducers: Dual 5-1/4” cones
- High-Frequency Transducer: 1” pure-Titanium dome with Bi-Radial Horn
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 6-13/16" x 20" x 11-7/8"
- Weight : 25 lb (11.4kg)