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Powered PA Speaker Cabinet from JBL belonging to the PRX500 series.

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  • insomnight prodinsomnight prod

    JBL PRX525Published on 07/05/10 at 07:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For how long have you been using it?
    I used a pair for 1 month in discomobile.

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    +: The weight, illuminated logo, Sound quality, performance (135dB) ... Actually almost everything!
    -: The size (requires AC 1.30m high)

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    I worked with a system KoolSound amps and mah mac before, it fesait 1yr I tried to change the system. I worked with RCF EVENT, of EON, the Mackie, JBL MRX, Audiophony E series. Ive seen these speakers at my dealer and it interested me one Desuite: short breath, as interesting as a low-volume high volume, dynamic, performance exeptionel.De more when we know that we have the…
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    For how long have you been using it?
    I used a pair for 1 month in discomobile.

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    +: The weight, illuminated logo, Sound quality, performance (135dB) ... Actually almost everything!
    -: The size (requires AC 1.30m high)

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    I worked with a system KoolSound amps and mah mac before, it fesait 1yr I tried to change the system. I worked with RCF EVENT, of EON, the Mackie, JBL MRX, Audiophony E series. Ive seen these speakers at my dealer and it interested me one Desuite: short breath, as interesting as a low-volume high volume, dynamic, performance exeptionel.De more when we know that we have the JBL CROWN's fear was not a coward pregnant!

    In discomobile I recommend: 135dB per head! it starts to do! I made a ball with 2 speakers in a tent with 300 people: NO PROBLEM with the reserve!

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?

    I paid the pair a speaker may be less than 2600 € with my new dealer, this is expensive for a start activity discomobile but we get something for nothing and the quality is.

    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?

    With the experience I REFERRED probably the choice of PRX JBL.

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    I advise all the same benefits for the outdoors to couple the subs PRX718 (133dB / 700w) to have a dynamic system with more seating and
    infra longer present.

    Breakfast UP after 3 months of use:

    I did nights of 1200 people with outdoor, even if there was a big lack of bass, the rest were Sufis, many people are surprised to system!

    For the record: I was working with a DJX700 Beringer, jai tested with a DJM600! it's worse! A treat, a superior performance! What happiness!

    I recomande! I plan to add the 2 subs and maybe double the system: 4 heads and 4subs:)
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