JBL Professional PRX700 Series

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JBL Professional PRX700 Series

Portable PA loudspeakers
The PRX700 Series comprises seven new models: the PRX710, 10", two-way multipurpose loudspeaker; the PRX712, 12" two-way multipurpose loudspeaker and floor monitor; the PRX715, 15", two-way full-range main system/floor monitor; the PRX725, 15", two-way bass reflex loudspeaker; the PRX735, 15", three-way full-range main system; the PRX715XLF, 15", self-powered bass reflex subwoofer system; and the PRX718XLF, 18" self-powered bass reflex subwoofer system. All PRX700 Series loudspeakers are powered with 1.5kW Class-D amplification, which translates into ample power, accurate dynamics and sonic purity. The PRX700 Series models feature new differential drive woofers that provide better heat dissipation, lower power compression and higher dynamic range versus conventional single-coil designs. In addition, the PRX700 woofers use magnetically saturated pole-pieces and an aluminum shorting ring, which significantly reduces nonlinear distortion.

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