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JBL MR905

PA Floor/Stage Monitor from JBL belonging to the MR900 series.

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Publié le 09/30/08 à 08:04
250watts RMS / peak 1000watts
55 Hz - 17 kHz
8 ohms
101 dB
28 kilos
I own these speakers for 3 years and drive with an amplifier QSC USA900.
I use them in our head as a facade soundsystem.Vu they are provided a basis to work in return is one for the galley can be installed in a mature, but with two wooden blocks and a strap ca va well.
The handles are in a fragile because plastique.surtout can not be used to strap.
I like the sound of the lower medium to sharp, even at high levels it's clean and it grows stronger.
What I find fault is that it lacks bass.
it's the speakers that were worth more than 6,000 francs when they came out.
I've got for the price of a pair of JRX115, and they are much better obviously.
I would do so this choice.
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