The JBL JRX115 is a 2-way system with 15" woofer, 2" coil compression driver with 1" exit, and a Progressive Transition„¢ Waveguide horn. Dual-socket polemount system. Trapezoid design. 250W continuou... Read More
The JBL JRX115 is a 2-way system with 15" woofer, 2" coil compression driver with 1" exit, and a Progressive Transition„¢ Waveguide horn. Dual-socket polemount system. Trapezoid design. 250W continuous handling; 1,000W peak. 128dB maximum SPL. 18-1/4"W x 27-1/2"H x 17"D. 61 lbs.
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I had a Dj Gig here recently. I knew it was gonna be at a hall tye building. But when I got there and looked at the outside and then where I was going to set up inside, I was blown away about the size of hall . More like a barn with open doors on the left and right side of the building! I was intimidated and worried that my JBLs wouldn't put out or even have the power to cover the sound in the hall with the side doors open.I used 15 ft speaker wires from the amp that was a QSC-GX5 and maybe put the JBLs about 10 ft away from me in the front. All I can say is that I was even BLOWN away with how powerful and clear the JBLs JRX115 can Sound. This Party had over 200 guests. They performed without any Problems for 7 hours Straight!!! Get them don't think twice. Also the QSC-GX5 is a Perfect amp which is also sold @ GC! - DjPhil
I just bought my first pair of JBL speakers JRX 115, well professional anyway, (I have a pair of Northridge series in my home) and after the first 4 bars of the music I put through them I knew I had made the right choice. I am using a modest 300 watt per channel Carvin amp and my numark mixer with a 6 band eq. I really have a lot of respect for JBL now. Just one thing to my DJ and musician friends out there, I bought stands for them but they are pretty heavy, so get the stands with the cranks on them, or have help getting them 6 feet in the air. I always brag I have a good ear for what sounds good, but I had no idea a 299 dollar speaker could sound sooooo good, Thanks JBL and thanks to my friends at Guitar Center's, Stevenson's Ranch. Peace all Mitch
Was looking to purchase a pair of higher end JBL's but due to money & a Guitar Center promotion, I decided to purchase a second pair...original pair, the old SF series. These are a bit lighter than comparable speakers. They are best run at a program/peak power of 500 watts. I smoked the x-overs and horn drivers on the SF's with a QSC PLX 3602. Reconfigured my rack with the QSC PLX 1804, dbx Driverack (great unit) running flat EQ with mids 1000-3000 pulled out. Had all four mounted 12 feet up on a trailer. Sounded crisp and full in that set up, 900 watts per side. Matched up well...amp had no clipping didn't pull more than 8 amp load, peak. Know they sound great with a pair (or just one)of subs. Perfert entry level speaker or if on a budget.
Why pay huge money when you don't need to. Most manufacturers have building boxes down to an art. Granted the tech stuff isn't in these. But I don't need 1000wRMS, waterproof, directional horns, digital ready, delayed, or whatever. Wood cabs sound warmer than the lighter plastic. You get my point. New tech becomes old tech and old tech sounds the same as it did when it was new...but guess what...it devalues due to new tech, not quality. Still good gear, just not as fancy. Besides all that, your average Joe doesn't know the difference in sound. Only the music heads do.This jbl jrx 115s are great for any mobil Dj.
Bought these speakers back in 2005. Worked Great, Really Great for the mobile DJ gigs. These speakers can fill up a pretty big room with music. Had to replace the tweeter just this once, but that was because it was knocked over by my friend. Very durable, and very powerful. These speakers always deliver, and they been good to me since 2005.
I had to trust the salesperson at the GC I bought these from, and was that ever the right decision! These speakers push everything I have put through them. Anyone who knows how to EQ can get the sound you are looking for. I've done weddings, birthdays, gigs at bars, corporate events, and these speakers make me look good. They're easy to move, self contained (passive), and the range on these are impressive for the price. If performing outside, you'll still want a subwoofer for that rich low end sound, but it's not necessary.
I was looking for a speaker for my DJ business. Naturally I was real frugal, but I never scrimp on quality. Well I found the perfect speaker that does exactly that. JBL is known for high quality products. There speakers are made of high quality materials so they are rugged, perfect for the mobile DJ like myself. They also have an awesome power rating, so you can pump them, and I did!, full of watts. These sound great and will fill any room,club,hall,or any facility with great quality sound. I recommend these in combination with a good quality amp around 400 watts RMS each channel. They will blow you away. Best speakers for the price Guaranteed!
Very impressive. These speakers when paired with a quality amp. Really have an overall Great Sound. A Great Value if you want to fill a room with very clean sound.
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