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JBL MPro MP215 15" 2-Way Cabinet
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The JBL MPro MP215 15" 2-Way Cabinet features the Laminar Flow Baffle, which reduces diffraction effects and turbulence distortion. Large-mouth horn ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed to excel in live performance.
The JBL MPro MP215 15" 2-Way Cabinet features the Laminar Flow Baffle, which reduces diffraction effects and turbulence distortion. Large-mouth horn design delivers smooth natural reproduction, especially in the critical midrange frequencies. Trapezoidal cab design. Covered in premium-grade carpet with edges captured by the joint detail to prevent peeling or visible seams. 16-gauge steel grille protects speakers. SonicGuard protects the ferrofluid-cooled compression driver from excess power without interrupting performance. 250W average handling, 1,000W peak. Inputs include Neutrik Speakon and 1/4" connectors.
- 70 x 70 degree horn is designed for even coverage and smooth response on/off axis
- Ferrofluid-cooled compression driver with titanium diaphragm
- SonicGuard driver protection
- Neutrik Speakon and 1/4" connectors
- JBL 15" low-frequency driver with 2.5" edge-wound voice coil
- Trapezoidal enclosure constructed of 7-ply plywood using tongue-and-groove joints for durability
- Covered in 12 oz. carpet
- 35mm polemount receptacle
- 250W average power handling; 1,000W peak
- Maximum SPL: 129dB peak
MPro MP215 15" 2-Way Cabinet
- Frequency range: 60Hz to 16kHz
Frequency response: 80Hz to 12.5kHz
Sensitivity: 99dB SPL
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Nominal Dispersion: 70 x 70
Dimensions: 18.36"W x 28.46"H x 13.67"D
Weight: 49 lbs.
LF Driver: JBL M115-8A
HF Driver: JBL 2412
Reviewed by 11 customers
Use them every weekend, Dont even loose bass when mounting on tripods.
These are probably the most natural sounding small to medium sized club speaker systems I have ever heard or used. They perform wonderfully at outdoor events as well. They are well made and seemingly bulletproof with great construction and unique speaker protection circuitry. The addition of a subwoofer would be indicated at only the largest of venues. In the rare event I am not performing with them I hook them up to my home stereo system. Wait till you hear that! A 10 PLUS!!!
If you are considering upgrading your speakers, this is the perfect club sound. Rich sound at all frequencies.
I recently purchase a oair of these speakers and they do a good job. IU also have a Mpro 215 sub to go along with it. Work great for smaller clubs. I thought they were equal to my Peavey SP2 with 118 subs but not quite the Peaveys do a better job and JBL system not quite able to keep up. Looking to trade JBL system for 2 Peavey SP118 subs any takers?? You will like the M Pro for the money I use them to sing live and for Karaoke if I do not feel like setting up bigger Peavey system
I play in an acoustic band, and flat response and trasparency are important. These speakers never cease to amaze me indoors or out. They are an incredible value and are about the best club speakers I have used for the price. I would recommend subs for outdoor applications, but I would do so for any club speaker used outdoors;-)
I own and use a pair of these for doing sound work for different bands and the occasional DJ job. They have benn used and abused for two years now. They have never let me down. The sound is completely natural and accurate even at high sound power levels. They perform well in small clubs and large outdoor events. You may want to add a sub for large outdoor work, but I have gotten good sound out of them without the subs. I have used Yamaha, Fender and Peavy speakers in the past and these beauties out perform all of the others. I wouldn't hesitate to buy them again.
It's important to me to find a speaker that can reproduce the sound from the Pastor to the visiting musicians (who don't bother to bring in their own speakers now) The MPro215 is not a distraction with fine workmanship unlike the green and gold fabric covered speakers the church had.
I first heard these beauties at a local store in New Orleans, as they were cranking out some B.B. King. I purchased a pair for my club and let me tell you they absolutely rock! If you want great sound for all types of music - from rock to techno to acoustic guitars, these are the only speakers you should even think about buying! I will be buying 2 more for my mobile D.J. service.
These speakers are outrageous. I have had mine for almost five years now. They have been used in every possible situation, and have never let me down, or had any type of failure whatsoever. After nearly five years of being used several nights a week, being dragged in and out of vans and trucks, dropped down stairs (oops!), set on fire (idiot guitar player mounted a light to one of them at a gig), and getting caught outdoors in the occasional sudden downpour, these boxes still perform as well as the day I bought them. They don't look so hot anymore, and they smell kind of funny, but the same could be said for me I guess. The point is, in twenty years of gigging, I have never owned gear this tough. Not even my old Peaveys were this die-hard. Most reliable cabs EVER, and they sound fantastic, far better in my opinion than anything else in their price range. You buy what you want, it's your money, but I will be a JBL guy for life.
I've used these speakers for years! I use them with the Mpro dual sub. I feed them with QSC RMX 1450 I've never had a problem. I think they can even take more power but they go plenty loud with that amp.