Tops for drum fill FOH on speech only gigs poles FOH on small bar gigs – when there is no time or inclination to do much more than vocals poles Some “cabaret” type things. They will work as mains, but are not optimum. I’ll check out the Yamaha’s but for now it sounds like the s might be a good bet for me. I quite fancy the JRXM’s because of the size and weight compared to the s. JRX M’s sound fine, but there are Monitors for the same price or a little more. I use a couple of the “Sound Factor” versions of these de-rat furred for a number of things – very successfully: Please login or register.
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That said, they are wedges and are more resonant than I prefer – but they are workable. They will work as mains, but are not optimum.
The jrx are known for not being the best sounding, but I have never really had any complaints. I’ll check out the Yamaha’s but for now it sounds like the s might be a good bet for me. If anyone can tell me any of their experiences with any of these speakers or any others in the same price range I’d really appreciate your help.
I use the jrxs, s, and ms on a regular basis. If you already have them, I would say that they would serve your purpose fairly well. Its just one option, there are others out there. I’m also really happy with the JRX’s that I have at the moment.
I’ve taken a booking for a temporary installation of all of the aforementioned JBL speakers and subs that starts in a few weeks and lasts for around 2 months. The audiences that I’m playing to are mostly people who are attending a friends birthday party or drunk clubbers. For roughly the same price, they have a much better reputation for sounding good. I use a couple of the “Sound Factor” versions of these de-rat furred for a number of things – very successfully: I think they are outstanding for the very low price.
Basically, I, like many others, am trying to start up a sound and lighting hire company and as I’m an experienced DJ I’m using some of the equipment to do mobile DJing while the company gets going.
Nick Direnzi Newbie Offline Posts: I quite fancy the JRXM’s because of the size and weight compared to the s. Can you do better? Hi I’m new to this group so I hope I’m posting in the right place here.
Anyone used JBL JRXM speakers?
Be mindful that “frequency response” gives no indication of cabinet resonance – this is what will complicate your GBF and can only be known with some acoustic testing.
Please login or register. The full list is here if anyone’s interested http: There is always something “better.
For what they are, the jrx speakers get the job done and although others might disagree, I have abused the crap jrx1122m of some of them and never had any problems. Prepare for spea,er chorus of this but take a look into the Yamaha SM 12V’s. Apart from the obvious better looks and higher power handling, what else would you say is greatly improved? And if anyone’s interested and still reading I’d be happy to post my findings about all of my equipment.
Clarity, overall sound quality. Paul Hill wrote on Tue, 22 May Read times Paul Hill Jr. Thanks for your reply.
Give the Yamaha club series a listen. They are made to be used as both monitors and mains and you will find them to sound a decent bit better than your JRX’s! The frequency response graph looks similar except the s go about 20Hz lower, but this shouldn’t be a problem if I’m using the subs, should it?
JBL JRX112M 12″ Two-way 250 Watt Stage Monitor JRX 112m
Tops for drum fill FOH on speech only gigs poles FOH on small bar gigs – when there is no time or inclination to do much more than vocals poles Some “cabaret” type things. Monitor channel 5 and 6.
So, I need to get some more speakers so I can carry on with the mobile DJing.