JBL is one of the heavy hitters of the pro audio industry, and they've been working hard to earn that reputation ever since the company was founded in 1946. They make speakers of all shapes and sizes, from studio monitors up to stage hardware, and if that second category is what you're looking for, then you've come to the right place. The JBL VRX900 Series is dedicated to expandable line arrays and stage subwoofers, built for professional concerts and full-sized venue stages. From modular arrangements for touring shows to permanent installations in large performance halls, these versatile speakers are ready to handle it all.
The biggest decision to make with the VRX900 Series is between powered and unpowered speakers. Unpowered models, like the VRX918S subwoofer and VRX928LA line array cabinet, give you the freedom to power them up with an amplifier of your choosing. And with their high handling (up to 3200W for the VRX932LA), that amp can be as much of a monster as you like. When you're building the biggest, loudest stage array in the state, these passive JBL loudspeakers make the perfect foundation.
Of course, if you'd prefer a setup that can power itself, JBL has that base covered as well: just look to the VRX932LAP line array and the VRX918SP 18" Flyable Active Subwoofer to find what you need. Since these are active loudspeakers, they're ready to accept even unamplified signals. Without the need for an external power amp, they help to keep your gear overhead to a minimum, making set-up and tear-down of a mobile stage quicker and easier.
So what is it that works for you: the versatility of unpowered VRX900 Series speakers, or the convenience of the powered models? Either way, you have access to a full selection of line arrays and flyable subwoofers, with drivers ranging from 8" to 12" for all the customizability you need. When that level of versatility combines with JBL's reputation for great sound, the results are bound to be amazing.