JBL PA Speakers
About JBL Live Sound Speakers
When you need a live sound solution, JBL PA speakers deliver. Available in both powered and passive designs, JBL speakers give you reliability and durability for your small-to-mid-sized venues. Although they make a variety of equipment, JBL's claim to fame is definitely speakers. No matter what type of PA speaker you need, you’re sure to find a great live sound solution with JBL speakers. From permanent installations at houses of worship to mid-sized concerts and DJ sets at nightclubs, you’ll find a plenty of JBL speakers to choose from here at Musician’s Friend. Whether you're a small venue owner or a road manager looking for the best loudspeakers to pack up for a successful cross-country tour, JBL speakers will provide the reliability, projection and clarity needed for every gig.
JBL Powered PA Speakers
Available in 12”, 15” and 18” designs, the PRX800 series are engineered for the clearest possible sound even at high SPLs. With custom JBL drivers and Class-D amplifiers, plus JBL’s trademarked Differential Drive woofer technology and dbx Type IV limiting, the PRX800 PA speakers bring tons of JBL’s technology to the table. They’re finished with JBL’s DuraFlex, so these speakers are ready to hit the road. If you’re outfitting a full live sound system, you’ll find the PRX800 comes in both 2-way and 3-way designs, plus a compatible subwoofer, so there are plenty of ways to customize your set. The PRX800 Series can also connect to Wi-Fi. When you’re setting up for your venue, simply connect your Android or iOS tablet to the speaker and connect and adjust your sound from anywhere in the venue.
For an all-in-one system, JBL’s EON600 Series is a self-contained and portable PA system. Since releasing the first EON loudspeaker in 1995, JBL has continued to innovate their design. In 10”, 12” and 15” designs, these Bluetooth-integrated speakers give you full wireless control over the JBL waveguide technology. Add in JBL transducers and durable design, and the user-friendly EON600 Series is ready for your next performance.
JBL Passive PA Speakers
For a budget-conscious live sound solution, JBL’s JRX200 Series loudspeakers and subwoofer are durable models that still have all the great JBL tech you want. They come in a 2-way design and are available in 12” and 15” models. With high-voltage capacitors and inductors, and efficient design, they can handle a lot of power. To protect the high-frequency driver, they come with the trademarked SonicGuard protection and Progressive Transition Waveguide for smoother, controlled coverage. Mobile performers and public address venues will find that the JRX200 Series are a cost-effective live sound solution.
Taking it up a notch, the PRX400 Series are two-way loudspeakers available in 12” and 15” sizes, plus an 18” subwoofer. This series gives great frequency response and sensitivity to your DJ sets in nightclubs or touring band. They also include SonicGuard protection, plus durable DuraFlex finishes so you can travel with them worry-free. Add in M10 suspension points, and you can flexibly set these speakers up in different venues or work them into a permanent live sound installation.
JBL SRX800 Series
The SRX800 Series of PA speakers come in powered and passive models. You’ll find them in 12” and 15” designs, plus compatible 18” subwoofers. This premium line from JBL features Differential Drive and Crown tunings for high power and clear sound. Plus, they’re ergonomically designed and give you flexible use. With M10 suspension points, indexed feet, and pole or tripod mounts, you can arrange these speakers in your venue in a way that works for you.
JBL Line Array Speakers
Looking to add some line array speakers to your venue? JBL’s VRX900 Series are 12” line array speakers that are ideal for venues that don’t need an extra-long throw. The VRX932LA line array speakers can link up to six units, while the VRX932LAP can link up to five units. Both are great for mid-sized venues that need fast, simple set up. Their Constant Curvature design boosts speaker coherence, and a Differential Drive woofer delivers the power you need.