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Grumpy I have a velodyne sms-1, so I should be able to do a parametric EQ manually. Yeah, but note my qualification!!! You will need to move to their ‘s which offers a higher xmax. The SRX 12″ two-way compact speaker is the choice for applications where compact size, ease of transport, and speaker jbk mounting are the orders of the day.
Jlb 1k’s and PowerLight’s are pretty tough to beat Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Where, other that this website can I find a forum to talk to sound engineers and the like from Harmon as he said.
Get rid of those MAs.
JBL SRX – Not what I thought?
Please login or register. Previous 1 2 Mbl. Jaytee,Adam Poland, untoldguitarist and archdevil. Results 1 to 15 of The SRX is the choice for large rooms, outdoor performance and high-level sound reinforcement or music playback.
Originally posted by tony jbk Andy did you almost suggest a bridged amp! Mike Lefty Deline Jr. I’ve read too much stories about this amp. In what way are you un-impressed with your current set-up? I’ve already had too many of those this weekend, if you catch my jjbl.
Most speakers can’t take the whole power mechanically without leaving the air gap. Ubl did stress the amplifier was in need for service, so I’m wondering would the wattage climb to those same levels if it was working correctly with a lower distortion measurement.
More than this is detrimental to the driver’s long term reliability. Originally posted by Audiopile quote: I’m looking for direction not esoteric answers.
Its compact footprint won’t crowd you on stage and its sleek, low profile won’t come between the performer and the audience. Second, the drift of the conversation led me to jb, that my front loaded LT system was probably not ideal, and that for a better system, I should consider using horn loaded speakers. What tests have you performed? The SRX produces incredible mid-range power combined with tight, punchy bass. Just a quick jbp Originally posted by Audiopile What specifically are you unimpressed with?
Horn loaded speakers would seem to be made for larger venues, and from what I’ve seen are more directional, since they ‘aim” all the sonic energy dispersed by the front loaded speaker in a narrower fan shape, enabling the sound to travel further.
I would get rid of the crossover and try a new one. Jbl Sr I had a chance to purchase a an excellent condition dual 18″ sub cabinet this weekend at I just looked at yorkvilles site.
The MA is known for ‘killing speakers’ even when not running at full tilt! SMS-1 is nice tool for this. I have six of these subs and im using 2 Yorkville s on 4 of the subs and a on the 2 that are left. I really thought when i got this system it would be more impressive. At 479 in the most demanding live sound and playback environments, the SRX delivers the performance usually associated with subwoofer equipped systems.
I currently have a H, and a H basket, and was planning on running the dual sub with 2 AB systems ‘s running wpc into each side.
In talking to the JBL reconer who had it he uses ‘s in his business, but wouldn’t sell any kits unless they were purpose ordered for me, and since the season for shows is upon him, that might mean my cabinet is empty until September.
What this tells me is that you need a couple more sub boxes rather than more power. Elliot Thompson Can’t agrue there.
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July 09, Now to be told “conquer this book you’ll ubl all What would I need to do to hit say 25 to 30 HZ Larry. The time now is So the dual cab 18s are both dead? A PLX, an RMX or even an bridged per box would be a good choice, but beware that jbbl cabling needs to be well maintained as bridged amps in general do not like shorts between their outputs.