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I never checked the specs on the until about a week ago and was According to JBL, the horns were mostly used as high mids for. JBL +. JBL , Tweeter/ Compression Driver from JBL. Write a user review ยท Product presentation. User reviews. Price engine. Classified Ads. I read a lot about JBL but nothing about the little brother. I sourced a very good pair for a reasonnable price. Any opinion welcome.

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These days I still take the PA on the road 241 and then, and occasionally run it hard – but mostly it stays in my basement as a practice PA, in-house PA for parties, and oversized stereo system.

I have never run any of the 1″ drivers below 2. I might even angle the bottom drivers into the room a little bit to improve the sound near the stage.

Before installing them in the club, we retrofitted the horn drivers with diaphragms, which definitely extended the high frequency extension. Now they have ‘s with Radian diaphragms, which handle a bit more power than the ‘s with their original diaphragm’s but sound very similar. Would you suggest listing the parts package on eBay as a set? Thats still high enough to not stress the HF driver in PA jbll but takes better advantage of the horns’ abilities. Hello – I have a question about extending the upper range of some drivers.

Years since I had my mitts on any mind you. Still like the too, it can take a pounding all night long, even surviving a dropped mic that slammed it into the phase plug once or twice, something that would have cracked a diaphragm.

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With drivers on them I always found myself giving them eq very similar to a CD horn in order for them to sound nice. One of the reasons that I want to stick with 10s for the mids, is that the ones I’ve seen that are made to be midrange drivers tend hbl be reasonably flat until K or so. I have 4 of the drivers.


I would expect that the diaphram would make most of the difference in HF response, but dont know for sure.

Nice and easy to implement a single 12″ whether you use it 241 a horn or normal it will do the job for you and is W rated so its pretty bombproof. Thats why the low-mid is set a little high. Posted April 9, I’m not sure JBL made a cab spec’ed with these exact components, or if they did, I can’t find it.

That spec sheet is partly what got me concerned in the first place, because the HF response on the seems to roll off a lot faster than the If I come up with anything ibl, I’ll report back.

Join the HC Newsletter. The street term is: According to JBL, the horns were mostly used as high mids for vocal reproduction.

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JBL Pro for home use! Figure you’ll be shipping to Japan. The 15s were definitely reconed, I had it done in the early 90s by a qualified tech.

I’m not entirely sure that 2 x 10 is the way to go here. They have been in service as the high frequency drivers crossed at 2. Just need a slot above 10K to fill in the top. View the Media Kit. Look to a separate driver, or find BE phragms or even Al if you want to squeeze more than 10k out. They seem to be in tretty good shape and I think I will give them a try.

I probably have diagphrams for this one in stock and it MIGHT also be able to use a or aluminum diaphgram but I am not sure. Hi Kevincheers for the details.

Hope this helps you.

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My ‘s sound sweet with Aluminium diaphragms. The C’s that I’m using now actually sound pretty good in the back of a decent sized room – its up front where they are lacking. Better or worse than the ? I replaced the diaphrams with factory ‘s almost 25 years ago when I purchased them 2nd hand. That horn is known to have a bit of the classic bell activity due to its metal construction. The weak link in the system sound fidelity has always been my mid packs – horn loaded PAS 10’s – which are good for filling up a big room, but sound kinda honky up close – so I’m getting ready to build some new mid-high cabinets with two front loaded 10’s on each side.


These are definitely near-field monitors. You might want to give us some more info re your crossover situation, amps etcthere are folks here with way more knowledge than me that will chime in with the real down and dirty. The horns may be advertised as a bi-radial horn, they have the response characteristics closer to a CD horn, and take similar eq.

Also, does the HF response of the diaphram degrade over time ie after 25 years, would there be any benefit to getting new diaphrams to improve HF response – even if the existing ones seem to be working fine? Originally they had ‘s on them, which got replaced with ‘s. I may be able to get a ballpark idea with a sign wave generator and my outboard RTA.

I spent some time tweaking it when I front loaded my bass cabs 20 years ago – although at the time, my main priority was SPL. When I rebuild my mid cabs, the ‘s will be further up overhead so wont tear your head off up close. It is the case that some of that old gear can be made to sound very very good indeed.