Mid-Century Modern Freak

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No other loudspeaker developed by JBL has the mystique or desirability of the D44000 Paragon. It was a landmark product, based on a unique design principle, that remained in production longer than any other speaker system from JBL. It was introduced in 1957 and continued in JBL’s line-up until 1983. The stunning industrial design for the Paragon was developed by Arnold Wolf.

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