ProSoundWeb Community. Please login or register. Member Offline Posts: I've worked in front of these cabinets for nearly 15 years when engineering for a local sound company. If you don't mind moving them I wouldn't hesitate using them with crowds up to over top of 4 18"s I have many times without problems. Are they the best available?
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ProSoundWeb Community. Please login or register. Member Offline Posts: I've worked in front of these cabinets for nearly 15 years when engineering for a local sound company.
If you don't mind moving them I wouldn't hesitate using them with crowds up to over top of 4 18"s I have many times without problems. Are they the best available?
Of course not. The one thing I really like about them is when placed on top of a typical 18" sub, the horns are high enough to get over top of the audience. I always strap them down though- they're very top-heavy. Proper power and DSP is key though. John Norris wrote on Thu, 09 December Tim McCulloch wrote on Thu, 09 December The only thing you'll gain by purchasing these would be the certainty of knowing how exquisitely mediocre your rig will sound under the best of circumstances.
As an example, Joe, these speakers, which are listed in the LAB Marketplace, would give you far superior sound. The SRA are capable of decent bass with no subs. Sound quality is subjective, level is not. I've had no problem making a PA with SRA sound good, and have heard plenty of shows mixed by other guys that sounded good too.
Lets see some say mediocre sound. Someone said ratfur. I have a pair of the a, been absolutely great, I have no issues on how they sound. I run a ca9 in stereo on top of 2 double 18's, Or 2 ca9's bridged on top of 4 double 18's.
The 's sound great. Art Welter summed it up very well. I have no experience with the "a" version but I had the SRX cabs and had no issue with them. Hundreds of shows with good results. Yes, there are better sounding cabs, but not at that price. I would happily mix on them. I only parted ways with them because I am a geezer and they were big and weighed more than I did.
You can make them sound fine. I am the luckiest man in the world because I'm married to the most wonderful woman in the world!! This should have been my company's slogan: "More bars in more places.
Marsellus Fariss Sr. Dalton Brand wrote on Sat, 11 December I've worked in front of these cabinets for nearly 15 years when engineering for a local sound company.
Have you seen published "tunings" from JBL for any of these series or are you referring to just tuning them yourself? For the record the OP should buy them if he doesn't mind lifting them. They do a good job. Especially for that price. Dalton Brand Jr. I was surprised the first time I used it but I had always had a tendency to use more cuts in the low-end. When the high end is brought up you find that single cut at Hz does the trick.
The 24dB crossover slope always sounded better to me than 48dB. Also- they suggest you can let the lows "go all the way down" but I've always high passed 80Hz. Hi Joe, Since these cabs are likely in the range of 15 years old, the odds are very strong that the s have been reconed at least once by now. If you know a local JBL "expert" available, it might be worthwhile to disassemble the cabs and pull the s to check the cones to see if they are OEM or aftermarket.
That can make a serious difference. Just one more point to consider Very interesting. I had the same reaction but have never given their setting a try. Course there's not tunings on JBL's site for the a's and they have never responded to my inquiries. We let our a's go all the way down. They use the tasty 18" so might as well let them run. The 's use different HF drivers then the 's but I might play around with that aggressive HF setting just to see how they react.
I find myself doing some serious cuts in the low mids myself like you describe. Sounds pretty good right out of the box with those settings. They are heavy but get the job done when I need something with some volume. Paul Precht Newbie Offline Posts: The Js alone are worth the Tim McCulloch wrote on Thu, 09 December The only thing you'll gain by purchasing these would be the certainty of knowing how exquisitely mediocre your rig will sound under the best of circumstances.
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