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Aquarius Cmp Series Driver Updater
A Noble Experiment
Aquarius Cmp Series Driver
Illustrated above, is one of the most striking product lines ever developed by JBL. The Aquarius series was groundbreaking in both technology and style. Yet with one exception, its existence would be fleeting. It arrived in the marketplace after a flurry of development activity but would disappear within two years. What follows is an insight into the risks and challenges of pushing the state-of-the-art. Unfortunately, most of the documentation on this project has been lost. However, the description of events described below is based on the best information currently available.
Aquarius Cmp Series Driver Shafts
The Aquarius Series were all based on a common design principle - slot loaded bass enclosures combined with a widely dispersed high-frequency response. The intent was to develop a series of loudspeakers that would have few limitations in room placement and a stereo soundfield that was largely independent of listener position. The idea of a widely-dispersed, stereo soundstage had been pioneered by JBL in its revolutionary Ranger designs (i.e. the Paragon, Metregon and Minigon). However, these designs required a large, curved, dispersion panel with unique requirements in enclosure size and geometry that limited their application. There was a need for a more flexible and inexpensive approach. Concomitant with this, was a brief vogue for non directional speakers that developed in the mid sixties. Such designs had been marketed by Harman Kardon and Stewart Hegeman and were particularly acclaimed in the New York audiophile market. Finally, JBL was interested in reinvigorating sales with radically new products that would stake out new ground in form and function. All of these factors combined in the late sixties to result in the development of a new series of speakers to be known as Aquarius.