What a Value!With the cost conscious user in mind, JBL delivers the JRX100 series!
JBL Quality Design
A sophisticated, cutting-edge network topology design is utilized in JRX100 models to ensure quality performance. To minimize distortion due to coil saturation, heavy gauge wire is used for inductors and SonicGuard treble driver protection guards against damage caused by inadvertent overpowering of the system. All full-range models feature Neutrik® Speakon and 1/4" in connectors.
Made To Take A Beating
All JRX100 series models are made of carpet-covered, 3/4" MDF - a material that is structurally and acoustically superior to the particleboard that is used by many competitive products. To ensure durability, JBL constructs these enclosures with cutting-edge adhesives and closely mechanically spaced fasteners, while competitive systems typically rely on glue. Non-resonant, all metal handles are used and an 18 gauge, full metal grille protects the drivers. All JRX100 models have passed the same 100-hour, full rated-power torture test that JBL high-end touring systems must survive.
Dual-Angle Pole Socket
A new feature of the JRX100 line is the dual-angle pole socket. This feature allows the speaker to be mounted in either a conventional, vertical position, or with a 10 degree down angle. By aiming the speaker down, it is possible to achieve more even audience coverage and reduce the destructive acoustic reflections from walls.
Designed from the ground up as a stage monitor, the JRX112M is a 12" two-way stage monitor in a small enclosure also with the dual-angle pole socket for front-of- house jobs. Voiced to perfection, the JRX112M cuts through to allow performers to hear everything they need for a pro performance.
JBL JRX112M Features:
- Carpet-covered, trapezoidal enclosure
- 3/4" MDF construction
- 12" woofer
- 18-gauge steel grill
- Neutrik Speakon and 1/4" input
- 12" two-way portable stage monitor or front of house
- SonicGuard treble protection
- 35 mm dualangle pole mount socket
- Steel handles
- 1" titanium diaphragm, fluid-cooled compression driver mounted on a Progressive Transition waveguide