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SRX715

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The SRX715 is high-power, lightweighttwo-way loudspeaker systemoffering the highest level ofperformance available from a speakerthat can be placed on a pole orstandard speaker tripod stand. TheSRX715 is comprised of a 380 mm(15 in) 2265H patented* DifferentialDrive woofer which handles 800watts (continuous) yet the entiresystem weighs only 22 kg (48 lb). Forhigh frequencies, a 2431H 75 mm (3in) voice-coil, neodymiumCompression Driver is mounted to a75deg by 50deg aluminum horn.Bi-...
Also Known As: Used SRX715, Used 715
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...g aluminum horn.
Bi-amp or full-range passive
Operation may be selected by means
of a recessed, high-current switch
mounted on the input plate.
For use on a tripod or over a
Subwoofer, JBL's dual-angle pole
mount is included. This feature allows
the speaker to be mounted in a
vertical position or with a 10deg down tilt
for optimum audience coverage. For
applications requiring suspension, a
flying version, the SRX715F is
available. The F version offers the
option of selecting economical, forged
eyebolts (not included) for fixed
installation or the convenience of
detachable track fittings (not included)
for portable applications.
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