Two Piece Ball Valves Market Analysis, Business Revenue Forecast, Size, Leading Competitors and Growth Trends

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JBL L100 Classic Loudspeakers Review | – StereoNET Australia & New Zealand

Everything old is new again. Iconic models of hi-fi components are enjoying a rebirth and re-release, and why not? We take a look at JBL’s latest take on the L100 Heritage Bookshelf Speakers, now released as the L100 Classic. Memory Lane is a great place to visit if you’re a legacy Audio brand with a long heritage of releasing models now deemed iconic. So, (deep appreciative breath here) it was hardly a surprise to learn JBL was poised to makeover its best-ever selling speaker called the L-100. And why not? McIntosh re-released its beautiful MC275 valve amplifier some years ago followed by Yamaha’s reimagining of the NS1000 loudspeaker now called the NS5000. And as we write, Falcon Acoustics is ranging the LS35/A speaker built from near-as identical parts as used in the early BBC prototype. In Denmark, Ortofon continues to make the SPU cartridge. In the UK, Decca cartridges have been reborn much to the satisfaction of the legion of admirers who adore what this legendary cartridge can bring to a turntable. And speaking of turntables, what about the rebirthing of Garrard and the heartwarming sight of spanking new 301 and 401 models? Re-issued models are like man...