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I just want to know why in the world someone would like to built that crappy gear.
The difference is the passive crossover. Just for completion, the new SR7xx line is pretty good!
Ive had my ears ringing 4 three weeks because of a Vertec rig i went to listen to. Kbl have no poor relationship with my dad. I heard SRX at an outdoors gig with live music not djs ,sounded ‘ok’ but not much reference I dont think anyone will bother measuring them to see if they are exactly the same so long as you dont link up with another system that has the authentic ones.
I am passive, content and happy. Bet you can’t guess which ones sounded superior and had plenty more bottom end er4732 due to being EQ’d far less in that region,had better output The berry’s have beefy x-overs,big magnets,damping,bracing etc-only let down was MDF cabs.
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Same midrange sr4372 and as far as I know same HF driver. Ahhh the TR series The only reasons I know are 1. Even the drivers are incredibly expensive only because JBL is printed on them! In fact when I opened the boxes,found a HALF baffle then plastic trim to the top of the cab,no damping,tiny inductor coils,equally tiny HF driver,bass driver looked like an eminence alpha 15 etc.
I know 3 people who use identical systems using the SR series, and they are constantly jbp to re-cone Mid and Bass drivers. But if the JBL sign makes you happy without even using your ears Was sold for some bucks less than the SR-X are now. They DO really good products for those big things, but not hte SR-series and below.
I mainly work with EV, and the top end on those rigs can be a bit harsh, but nowhere near as bad as the JBL.
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Its a shame to say it but JBL are definitely trading on their name and past glories – thats not to say that all of their gear is bad but these cabinets and the frankly awful TR series should never have been allowed out of the factory with a JBL badge on them.
A venue I used to work for has invested in SR Series2 A, on horn and I have to say Im very disappointed in them. Go to JBL’s ‘Professional’ website. You do seem upset though.
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They don’t sound like JBL at all The high price keeps the complete idiots away from JBL. Because they built good stuff in the 80s and are still building good stuff, that is extremely expensive.
Ok, the rig didnt sound bad, but it didnt inpress me. Since I don’t think that your ears are bad by default I guess it’s no. Another example would be the really bad construction quality of the SR-X, but since you going to build the cabs by yourself Theres something wrong in those speakers.
There is nothing worse for even that price. Tha DJ experance isnt da only. It takes you a day to tune the bloody thing. Why does the JBL series have the better image? JD01 As with other responses, I appreciate your input. Ive mixed a number of different bands an a system made out of 4 HLA subs and 9 Array tops a side. Unless you have these plans hidden under your bed