When JBL was founded by James B. Lansing in 1946, the company quickly earned a well-deserved reputation for building high-quality loudspeakers and pro audio equipment. In the decades since then, that reputation has only grown. Today, they're still considered world-class, which makes it all the more impressive that the JBL PRX400 series is top-tier even by JBL's high standards. These passive loudspeakers give you the opportunity to customize every detail of your sound system by choosing your own amplifier, and their two-way design gives them the high audio fidelity needed for main PA speaker duty as well as stage monitoring and more.
For your general speaker needs, look no further than the PRX Series' flagship loudspeakers like the PRX412M 12" or PRX415M 15" 2-Way Stage Monitor and Loudspeaker System. These cabinets are designed for uses as diverse as speech reinforcement, live performance stage monitoring and playback of pre-recorded music, which means they're versatile enough for anything you care to throw at them. The PRX design is lightweight and tough, so the speakers are more than ready to be taken on the road when it's time for touring.
If you're building a complete live sound setup based on the PRX412M or PRX415M, you should also consider beefing up the low end with a dedicated subwoofer. Fortunately, the PRX400 series has you covered with the JBL PRX418S Compact 18" Subwoofer. When combined with the satellite speakers, this sub allows for a full-range system pushing out 135 dB of hi-fi audio. Like the other PRX400 speakers, this sub comes with Neutrik Speakon combination connectors for easy integration into a high-end pro audio system.
The bottom line is that when only the best speakers will do, the JBL PRX400 series are solid contenders. These cabinets deliver the flexibility of passive loudspeakers along with incredibly solid build quality and a durable design that's ready for the rigors of the road. From nightclubs to music festivals, these speakers are already in action across the country - and maybe it's time to experience them for yourself.