Find great deals for JBL Srx w 18″ Subwoofers. Shop with confidence on eBay!. I’m still trying to find some used subs. Any experieced the JBL SRX? How do they sound? JBL rates them at W. But from the way the. Buy the JBL SRX Subwoofer at PlanetDJ. Low VIP Pricing, Financing and Free Shipping available.
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Applications Front of house High output full range music playback Side fill monitor. Program power is watts. The MPS is the nonpowered version, and both have the same driver H I think as the SRX, the box is just a bit lighter and doesn’t seem to go quite as deep.
An SR-X quick reference chart is available here. The SR sound good but wr4718x be thinkin you’ll be get a thunderous pounding like you would get with a large double 18 cab. Applications Long-throw applications Arrays and clusters Front-of-house.
For applications that require extremely high output and thundering bass, use the SRX on top of the SRX subwoofer. Still the works great in small applications. I’m still trying to find some used subs. A top mounted socket and optional telescoping pole make it a great bass in more ways than one for one of the SR-X 12″ two-way models. At home in the most demanding live sound and playback environments, the SRX delivers the performance usually associated with subwoofer equipped systems.
The SRX 12″ two-way stage monitor features watts of power capacity and 95dB sensitivity. The SRX 12″ two-way compact speaker is the choice for applications where compact size, ease of transport, and speaker stand mounting are the orders of the day. I’ve listened to the passive one, though, and liked it.
MA 8″ cone transducer HF Driver: Its compact footprint won’t crowd you on stage and its sleek, low profile won’t come between the performer and the audience. I used a pair about a month ago and I really liked them. Don’t forget to hi pass them at the recommended frequency.
JBL SRX any good?
How do they sound? JBL rates them at W. I believe the rating for the SRX is continious and peak. You need to look at what you are trying to accomplish with your system.
If you need more power or if you think you may want to expand in the future, then go ahead and get the SRX box and good amp to run it. It should be high passed around 40 hz.
Please login or register. Joey B wrote on Tue, 21 September Music I was mixing was Classic to Pop Rock.
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The SRX produces incredible mid-range power combined with tight, punchy bass. That’s the MPSP, fyi.
A single 2×18 x will cost a lot less than a pair of 1x Thanks, Joey Hi Joey, They are nice little boxes. Its 15″ two-way design produces extended low frequencies in a transportable enclosure. If you are looking for a light weight, compact sytem that is very easy to transport and set up, then the MPRO may be the best option.
Very simple to hook up and cart around. For a smaller jhl system I think they sounded great. Don’t know how much this is an issue but I’ve heard that the JBL MP powered subs have had a problem with the 2nd amp channel being troublesome. I worried a little about the W power rating at 4 ohms the built-in Crown amp has, isn’t that a little low for a speaker that should have jbk available to it?
Power rating is watts rms. It delivers all the output needed to cut through very high stage volumes. Put them together and enjoy the thump with less drive. The SRX is the choice for large rooms, outdoor performance and high-level sound reinforcement or music playback. Not a bad idea, but wasted if you don’t have a need for that second channel. Another thing about the is that the speaker is a 4 ohm speaker.
The system boasts extremely wide frequency response and is a great choice as an arrayable, front-of-house reinforcement system.
You get a second channel from that builtin amp, another W to use to either power a top box, or power another passive sub. Low end was tight,punchy and plentiful.
Massengale Full Member Offline Posts: Nathan Wolf Newbie Offline Posts: I’ve used one a couple of times and was really impressed. Anyone know the RMS or Program rating?