- Product 600438
JBL SRX712M 12" 2-Way Stage Monitor
- Write a Review
The JBL SRX712M two-way stage monitor was designed to be the lightest, smallest, loudest, and clearest monitor speaker possible, while delivering a s...Click To Read More About This Product
We're sorry-this item is unavailable.
Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800-449-9128.Customers Also Viewed:
Light and small, loud and clear. This just might be the perfect monitor.
The JBL SRX712M two-way stage monitor was designed to be the lightest, smallest, loudest, and clearest monitor speaker possible, while delivering a strikingly professional appearance. This pro audio monitor uses a 12" Differential Drive woofer and a 3" (voice coil diameter) compression driver that handle 800W of continuous power (3,200W peak) A 90 x 50 horn provides smooth, even coverage regardless of the position of the performer. The SRX712M monitor can be tripod mounted or placed over a subwoofer with JBL's dual angle pole mount, providing 90 vertical or 10 down tilt for optimum audience coverage.
- 12" Differential Drive woofer
- 3" (voice coil diameter) compression driver
- 800W RMS handling, 3,200W peak handling
- 90 x 50 horn provides even coverage
You need to hear yourself no matter where you are onstage. Add these precision monitors to your PA today with just a few clicks!
- 12", 2-way, bass-reflex stage monitor/utility speaker
- Frequency range: 70Hz-20kHz
- Frequency response: 83Hz-18kHz
- Coverage pattern: 90 degrees x 50 degrees nominal
- Power rating: 800W RMS, 3,200W peak
- 21-1/2"W x 13-3/4"H x 10-1/4"D
- 33 lbs.
Reviewed by 6 customers
Displaying reviews 1-6
After years of piecing together a monitor system, I took the leap and bought 6 of these guys used. They are stunning. My band mates love them. Everything is clear, no distortion, no frizziness, all the instruments and vocals have a clear representation without covering each other up. Stunning.
We have 15 of these at my venue. They are by far the most complimented piece of gear that we own. I've had artists and traveling engineers alike compliment how nice these monitors are. Even running them in passive mode! We typically drive them with some old QSC EX1600s and they sound amazing. Not to mention they are very light and low profile. Nice and stealth on stage.
I recently upgraded one of my stage monitor systems to the JBL SRX712M and am very happy with their performance. They are very loud and clear and excel at reproducing vocals. Their versatility is awsome. I've used them as single monitors and as mirrored pairs with the horns on the outside. I've also used them on poles for small PA reinforcement and as front fill speakers on larger shows. One note, they do require a good amount of power to get them to shine.
This is a very high quality box with premium drivers. Similar to the EAW SM200, only the JBL's are more flexible. The sound is very natural and exceptionally well balanced when run passively. I haven't biamped them yet.They require very little eq to get them loud. As a main front speaker for small acoustic or duo acts an eq probably isn't even necessary. I can't think of a speaker that compares on size and features that doesn't cost at least 50% more. At 33lbs they're great if you move equipment by yourself. They need power! More is better! At a bare minimum, run them with an amp that is rated 750w at 8 Ohms.
I bought two SRX712M's to use as stage monitors for live shows. I tested them when I first got them and jammed a little bit and I liked them, but, when I played a show with them last week, it was fantastic. I received many compliments on the band's sound, including some from my band. When we first started playing I was a little bit shocked at how clear they were. I am a vocalist for a four piece classic rock cover band and I find that the better we can get the stage mix, the better we can perform. My band couldn't believe that upgrading the stage monitors would make that much difference; it did. I paired it with a QSC PLX1804 and ran a separate mix for each one. I knocked off one point for value in my review because I think the price is obscene, BUT, if you have the means, I highly recommend these monitors.
I have two that I use as FOH over single 718s in small to medium venues. On the big gigs I use them as monitors when I use 722s for FOH. They are ice-water clean and handle a lot of power. I also use them on poles with a single 718 against a wall in pubs. I would compare the set up to a Bose Acoustimass... a solid sub on the wall with relatively small, crystal clear main speakers spread out for maximum clarity. I drive them with a Crown XTi4000. As you might expect of a 12" mon, they lack the extra measure of lows for heavy bass and kick drum that you get with 15s. Otherwise, vocals and guitars are crisp and full bodied. They are light and easy to carry and set up, lighter and smaller than the JRX112s I also have. Two especially nice touches are the passive/biamp switch giving me the ready option of biamp/triamp scenarios; and a speakon jack on each end of the cabinets, which is very convenient when mounted on a pole. The cabinet is smartly designed to allow for angle on the floor, standing upright or flat on its side, or pole mount. They are expensive and I broke my piggy bank to get them, but the quality of sound and convenience of the new SRX designs...well, I like to believe they're worth it. I won't need to upgrade for ... forever!