JBL SRX812P Powered Loudspeaker
The JBL SRX800 Series is the next generation high performance powered loudspeaker system comprising three full range and two subwoofer models with an array of features that elevate the SRX800 Series to the best in class of all competitive systems.
The full range 12" two-way, SRX812P features legendary JBL Drivers, proprietary 2,000 Watt Crown amplification, Crown Front-End DriveCore Technology, premium JBL user-configurable DSP, V5 Tunings compatible with Vertec and VTX touring systems, and HiQnet Network control options via iOS and Android applications. Drawing on JBLs long history of groundbreaking technology and loudspeaker design, the SRX800 Series meets the needs of touring houses, installations, and the most demanding live sound applications ensuring they can deploy a no-compromise, all-in-one solution featuring legendary JBL sound and performance, a wide array of configurability, and compatibility with JBLs flagship touring systems.
JBL SRX812P Powered Loudspeaker Features
- Purposeful Design: Rugged, Intuitive to Use, Easy to Transport
- JBL Premium Transducers
- Drivecore Amplification By Crown
- Full User Configurable DSP
- Network Control
- JBL Engineered Application Presets
- LCD Screen and Glow in the Dark Ink on Back Panel
- M10 Suspension Points
- Standard 35mm Pole Cup
- Feet for Monitor Angle
JBL SRX812P Powered Loudspeaker Specifications
- System Type Self powered 12, two-way, bass-reflex
- Max SPL Output 136 dB
- Frequency Range (-10 dB) 40 Hz - 21 kHz
- Frequency Response (-3 dB) 48 Hz - 20 kHz
- Coverage Pattern 90° x 50°
- Amplifier Design Class D
- Power Rating 2000 W Peak
- Dimensions (H x W x D) 638 x 415 x 429 (mm)
- 25.11 x 16.31 x 16.87 (in)
- Net Weight 26.4 kg (58 lb)
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I own various speakers - JBL, QSC, Yamaha.
These are my favorite speakers in this class with Yamha DSR112 coming in close second. Good SPL and coverage - clear vocals and warm sound.
I use mine with matching SRX818 and SRX828 and I am able to get excellent results covering up to 1000 outside.
When pushed, there is no breakup and horns do not get harsh. DSP is easy to use and gives me what I need. I do not use the online DSP functions because I do not need to but I can see it coming in very handy especially for installs.
The only issue I have had is the knobs coming loose on the back once or twice in over 2 years.
I used to own SRX700 series PA and switched to this series dropping a huge heavy amp rack and thick Speakon cables. This is a much easier set up.
Compared to QSC KW series, these win hands down.