The JBL HT4V are a pair of bookshelf/floor-standing speakers from the JBL HT series that can be used either individually for all five channels, or can be combined with other HT models for a full 5.1 high-definition home theater system. Designed to complement the HT4H horizontal/left/center/right, the HT5 LCR, and the HTPS400, the JBL HT4V 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.” In addition, the JBL HT4V competes with several other JBL models such as the JBL ES80/90, the JBL 20/30, the JBL CST55, and the JBL CSB5. Although several of its competitors offer improved frequencies and power handling, the HT4V nevertheless trumps them based on its increased functionality and ability to serve several, if not all roles in a theater system). The JBL HT4V also boasts a straight-line single path crossover network, a FreeFlow flared rear port, and a rear piston type foot for correct speaker positioning. The JBL HT4V is priced at $899.99 and includes two speakers packaged together.
- Frequency Response: 50Hz – 20kHz (–6dB)
- Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power: 150 Watts
- Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms
- Sensitivity (2.83V/1m): 88dB
- 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): 20" x 6-13/16" x 11-7/8"
- Weight : 25 lb (11.4kg)