The compact, low-profile design of the JBL JRX112M stage monitor maximizes your stage space. Fantastic midrange clarity and plenty of sound output. Includes dual-angle polemount socket for use as a sm... Click To Read More About This Product
The compact, low-profile design of the JBL JRX112M stage monitor maximizes your stage space. Fantastic midrange clarity and plenty of sound output. Includes dual-angle polemount socket for use as a small main. 12" woofer, 1" exit high-frequency compression driver mounted on Progressive Transition„¢ Waveguide horn. 250W continuous power capacity, 1,000W peak power capacity. 22-1/2"W x 15-1/2"H x 12-1/2"D. 43 lbs.
Designed for stage monitor use
3/4" acoustically superior MDF cabinet
1" exit high-frequency compression driver
Progressive Transition Waveguide horn
250W continuous power capacity
1,000W peak power capacity
Heavy-duty recessed handles
Heavy steel grille
1/4" and Speakon connectors
SonicGuard protection circuitry
22-1/2"W x 15-1/2"H x 12-1/2"D
Frequency range (-10dB): 60Hz-16kHz
Frequency response (±3dB): 70Hz-12kHz
Sensitivity (1w/1m): 99dB SPL
Nominal impedance: 8ohms
Power capacity: 250W continuous, 1,000W peak
Maximum SPL: 129dB
Nominal dispersion: 90 degree x 50 degree
Crossover frequency: 1.8kHz
Reviewed by 3 customers
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Our band has 2 of these JBL monitors, and we play 2-3 times per month at local bars. Over the past 3 yrs, we've never had a problem with the speakers, never expect to. The sound is perfect, no feedback. Go for it - you'll have the speaker for life.
this speaker is small and compact, but don't let that fool you...it has AMAZING range and it can hold it's own with a lot of the 15" speakers...and since it's small it doesn't take up a lot of the space when I'm hauling it to gigs...which is a great thing when you have to pile tons of equipment into a truck or van...
This is a hot thumpin monitor. I drive it with a Crown 402 and its just plain strong. With a 7 piece band incl horn section there's a lot going thorugh it but it handles it all with clean crisp reprodution. I use the it as FOH on small gigs, and when I use a bass rig I use the second to top the rig over 400hz. Again, clean solid sound. I own 5 now. I lift them and angle down for the horns so they can hear. The drummer likes it on the floor by the hat. Me? I like it straight on a pole next to my keys. Yeah, its versatile. The connectors should be on the pole end though.