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JBL further pitches its scales

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JBL further pitches its scales

The BRX308-LA is capable of producing a maximum output of 136dB

Exclusively designed for small and medium applications, the BRX300 is a modular, two-way line array from JBL. The series includes the BRX308-LA line array element, BRX325SP powered subwoofer, BRX308-ACC transport kit, BRX308-AF array frame and BRX308-PM pole mount and adapter kit.

Comprising dual 8-inch LF drivers and a 3-inch titanium compression driver, the BRX308-LA is capable of producing a maximum output of 136dB and 110° horizontal dispersion with variable inter-cabinet angles for adjustable vertical coverage. With built-in, 1,000W, six-channel amplification that can power up to four BRX308-LA enclosures, the dual 15-inch BRX325SP powered subwoofer extends the low frequency to 32Hz and provides up to 136dB output. The internal DSP parameters include EQ, filters, driver-protection circuitry and crossover management.

The BRX308-ACC is a self-contained transport system for four BRX308-LA elements and includes padded covers for the cart, BRX3255 subwoofer and required speaker cables. Tested for a safety factor of 4:1, the BRX308-AF array frame, on the other hand, supports one BRX325SP subwoofer or up to eight BRX308-LA cabinets in flown configuration. The BRX300 cabinet designs are housed in all-wooden cabinets and finished with a Duraflex coating, while the BRX235SP is equipped with integrated casters to simplify transport.

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