The 2325Ps stick to a tried and tested formula, which, at a time when so many other manufacturers are trying to reinvent the wheel, is actually refreshing. They have a bi-amped two-way bass reflex design, a soft dome tweeter, a waveguide built into the front baffle and a rear port. Balanced input is on XLR or 1/4-inch TRS; unbalanced is on RCA.
In use, there’s impressive clarity and a relatively flat response. Stereo imaging is good and the sweet spot’s big enough to work with for nearfield purposes. The LSRs put out a healthy amount of bass, albeit with a hint of the low-end fuzziness that you always seem to get with small drivers and ported enclosures.
These monitors are capable of great results when they like what you’re throwing at them, but it’s a shame that it’s impossible to predict when they’ll struggle with more difficult material.
Read the full JBL Professional LSR 2325P review