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  • Eric morataEric morata

    JBL M350 Mark IIPublished on 12/09/02 at 08:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought these two speakers in 1994. Although the JBL sound is but the most surprising is the precision of attack, clarity and finesse of sound. The connections are made on speakon jacks (very condemned the era JBL annoying the world instead of putting a jack) and
    shape of the body and its coating (it is made of wood, was wrong!) High Quality vinyl were revolutionaries in 1994. Everyone copied again (some have even made boxes in any plastic !!) but the results assemblers are not the height. Technical Ct, never a single problem. IMPORTANT, you have to feed them with a very good amplifier kind CREST, QSC, CROWN LAB GRUPPEN or a
    minimum 500w 8ohms thus not force. They go down very well in …
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    I bought these two speakers in 1994. Although the JBL sound is but the most surprising is the precision of attack, clarity and finesse of sound. The connections are made on speakon jacks (very condemned the era JBL annoying the world instead of putting a jack) and
    shape of the body and its coating (it is made of wood, was wrong!) High Quality vinyl were revolutionaries in 1994. Everyone copied again (some have even made boxes in any plastic !!) but the results assemblers are not the height. Technical Ct, never a single problem. IMPORTANT, you have to feed them with a very good amplifier kind CREST, QSC, CROWN LAB GRUPPEN or a
    minimum 500w 8ohms thus not force. They go down very well in the bass (38Hz measured but their add a low OUTDOOR housing is possible.
    On occasion, they sell very well, and even they surcotent. We do not find.
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  • Anonymous

    JBL M350 Mark IIPublished on 09/09/08 at 03:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    In 2004, I bought one second pair of speakers JBL M350MK2 order to have a more comfortable power outdoor (summer concerts)
    These M350MK2 JBL Sound Power (changes M350 MK2) have a formidable dynamic, strike fast and hard without distortion of the signal.
    In addition, the power handling is breathtaking.
    So I remade this choice in ANTREPRO who had recovered a lot.

    I draw the attention of users of these speakers they do not accept mediocrity in amplifier.

    The tour of the matter is quick, and good brands RARE /
    - CROWN
    - QSC AUDIO / MPX JBL
    - LAB GRUPPEN
    - DYNACORD
    - ELECTRO VOICE

    And with the amplifier mentioned above, sound great.
    The price / quality ratio is excelle…
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    In 2004, I bought one second pair of speakers JBL M350MK2 order to have a more comfortable power outdoor (summer concerts)
    These M350MK2 JBL Sound Power (changes M350 MK2) have a formidable dynamic, strike fast and hard without distortion of the signal.
    In addition, the power handling is breathtaking.
    So I remade this choice in ANTREPRO who had recovered a lot.

    I draw the attention of users of these speakers they do not accept mediocrity in amplifier.

    The tour of the matter is quick, and good brands RARE /
    - CROWN
    - QSC AUDIO / MPX JBL
    - LAB GRUPPEN
    - DYNACORD
    - ELECTRO VOICE

    And with the amplifier mentioned above, sound great.
    The price / quality ratio is excellent: 2000 € the pair 3 year warranty.
    I'll add + aging and ease of resale.
    Especially in active use!
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  • club animationclub animation

    JBL M350 Mark IIPublished on 10/10/06 at 04:43
    I've been using these jbl for weddings and other events since 1994.
    They weren't cheap back then.
    But what a sound! And what a punch!
    A pair of them is enough for an event for 300 people! Granted, you really have to drive it, but it's really punchy, with great lows.
    To enjoy them every night you need:
    A good 2x350 into 8 ohms amp and a 2x15b EQ, minimum.
    No worries, it's JBL, but at 6am in the morning they still weight 100lbs.
    Value for money? They are not made in China, they are JBL.
    Yes, I'd buy them again.
    alain
  • GabdagGabdag

    JBL M350

    JBL M350 Mark IIPublished on 03/11/11 at 09:09
    I sold them several years ago, I had bought five for 1500 euros in 1997. A good deal back then.
    Very good sound, but a bit heavy and oversized. Their only true snag is the fragility of the tweeter. You really need to be careful with feedback or too powerful lows, otherwise they can break easily and it can prove expensive in the long run.
    That's only my opinion, but I hope it's useful.
    CDLT
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