JBL's L75ms wooden speaker is built for high-res streaming

JBL may have just created a HiFi specifically for streaming high-resolution music. Although the L75ms isn't a well-known name, it has a sleek walnut wood cabinet and a high-end speaker system. It includes both a 32-bit/192kHz DAC as well as modern streaming audio conveniences. Although you cannot use Bluetooth to stream lossless audio, you can still use Ethernet and other wired connections for streaming top-quality audio through Chromecast and AirPlay 2.Qobuz even has a free 90-day trial that can help you get to grips with the concept.It could sound great regardless of your audio source. The L75ms features a pair 1-inch titanium dome tweeters with waveguides, two 5-inch white cone woofers, and a 4-inch midrange driver. All of these have dedicated channels for amp tuning and DSP tuning. The tweeters sit on a "multiangled" baffle. You'll also find a 3.5mm input and a vinyl-friendly moving magnetic phono stage. Additionally, an ARC-capable HDMI is available for connection to your TV. If you require deeper, more distinct bass, an external subwoofer can be connected.The L75ms will not ship until the fourth quarter, and at $1,500 it won't come cheap. It's a rare combination, however, of streaming support, high-res audio and a compact design that looks great in most living rooms. Premium music services are often all you need.