JBL MRX528S PDF

Therefore the sub does not appear to be on the same level as previous versions but still inline with other subs at its price point The drivers were terribly inefficient and required a TON of power to get loud. Joee PM - 25 January, Quote: 12" cab has 2k watts of power and a 18" sub only has 1k. Right and had they created this more efficient woofer theres no way they would have left it completely out of the marketing plans?

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Therefore the sub does not appear to be on the same level as previous versions but still inline with other subs at its price point The drivers were terribly inefficient and required a TON of power to get loud. Joee PM - 25 January, Quote: 12" cab has 2k watts of power and a 18" sub only has 1k.

Right and had they created this more efficient woofer theres no way they would have left it completely out of the marketing plans? This then allows for some less experienced users to "assume" they are getting equal quality to the previous srx series that many pro-sound companies use.

Not really. The STX has different designs. Case in point, the SRX Question though Those require different amps, dsp, etc. With the specs given I would think so. No one else is using a driver that large in that price range for powered speakers.

This is what I was thinking. JBL could f-ck it all up by using crappy, non-thorough tested, amps like they did with the PRX6-series line and sink the whole ship. If these amps are solid sounding, the unit is reliable, and the DSP is glitch free They might be inefficient so to speak, but heavy they are not. The SRX are some of the lightest and strongest speakers ever made.

They require tour grade amps to get them going. Thats a plus in my book. They were made for live music and can take a lot of abuse. I also owned a EAW frz dual 15 sub.

That thing would shake the block, literally. I cant describe how impressive that sub sounds. All it needed was watts, but it was heavy as shit. My educated "guess" is the SRXsp will equal the Yorkville in output but noticeably outperform the the yorkville in sound quality.

There are some rare exception to entry level that are actually very good like ev ZLX. These speaker tend to fulfill a very Specific niche market and are rare. The double 18 in this new series looks very interesting to replace my boomy yorkies.

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