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Find great deals on eBay for jbl and jbl Shop with confidence. The SRX dual 12″ two-way system features the combined power of two voice-coil / magnet assemblies and the cone area dual 12″ speakers. The SRX. The ASANW has been designed with JBL’s most rugged transducers. The two ~ mm. (I2 in) low frequency transducers incorporate JBL’s exclusive .

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It looks nice and works as it should. I think that it would be nice to put them on sticks for versatility when we needed to get them up over heads. Stand mount doesn’t necessarily mean tripod-speaker-pole-style.

This is a chance to own a representation of a JBL Cabaret series logo that has wear to the front. The new stuff is ibl smaller and lighter while going just as loud or louder. Local Pickup or shipping at your cost. Its 15″ two-way design produces extended low frequencies in a transportable enclosure. Thanks for the help! Thus preventing any possible “rack rash” or scratches. Additionally, at lbs, I would not choose to be around that stand even if you could mount it.

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It is in excellent condition. Mbl, I’d definitely buy something new. Just speaking generally here because I know you can do most anything with enough money.

Applications Front of house High output full range music playback Side fill monitor. We just got an SR for sub duty with the intention of adding 47731 one soon. This is a chance to own a good representation of jvl pair of JBL X cabinets. If you don’t mind lugging them around and get them up high enough, a pair of SRX subs and a pair of SRX mains should cover you for at least people outside if I can recall from back when I owned a rig like that.


So yeah, ground support is going to be the only option for them. For applications that require extremely high output and thundering bass, hbl the SRX on top of the SRX subwoofer. This page was last updated: Scaffolding would be fine. I use to use the SRX and I love the sound of that box.

I also hated the weight of that box.

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Dave Tarabocchia mbl on Wed, 09 September Please look jbo pictures for actual condition For anyone not familiar with the SRA Applications Long-throw applications Arrays and clusters Front-of-house. Not sure if it would jhl a good bang for the buck, or a bad bang on the back! Those weren’t bad sounding speakers, they get really loud. Thats where this gets a bit confusing. It could be a more robust scaffold or Baker style stand, or a custom something for the task.

No factory cups and no flyware usually means standard ground stack to me unless you really pony up for certified welds on a custom rig. Hefting my pound RSs around the shop I found 2 people can stack them pretty easily if you know the right way. The SRX 12″ two-way stage monitor features watts of power capacity and 95dB sensitivity. Driver is in good shapeready to go to work. I have a total of 6 speakers.


Each is a two-way cabinet with 15″ speakers for mids and lows. My reason for mentioning it was that it might be easier to give an opinion on the SRX as it might behave in relation to that sub. If you bjl get the SRX for a great price and can biamp them properly, I’d do it.

At home in the most demanding live sound and playback environments, the SRX delivers the performance usually associated with subwoofer equipped systems. They are rated at Watts pink noise. I sold it for QRX’s. They sound great but need a lot of power to get loud. However your post mentions a SR sub, which doesn’t exist.

Dave, your title specifies a SRX, which is the old dual 12 box, but you didn’t mention anything about it in your post. 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. Some concerns are size and weight.

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