JBL JRX118SP Subwoofer
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18 Inch Compact Powered Subwoofer
► The rugged enclosure is constructed from 19 mm (34 in) MDF
(Medium Density Fiberboard) using advanced adhesives and
mechanical fastener technology for durability and improved
low-frequency performance. The enclosure is covered in black
► Heavy duty, all steel handles are used.
► A top mounted, cast aluminum
35 mm pole mount receptacle can receive an optional SS3BK
pole to facilitate use of the JRX118SP
as a base for a
► Built-in 500 watt (peak), 300 watt (continuous) Amplifier
Controls, connectors, and indicators are clearly labeled
with large, high-contrast graphics for easy operation in
poorly lit environments.
► Integral, preset limiter prevents clipping distortion. An
LED illuminates to indicate that limiting is taking place.
► Line-level stereo inputs are summed before being sent to
the subwoofer’s internal Amplifier
. This feature allows the
to operate in stereo systems using a single Subwoofer
► An integral crossover also provides balanced, line-level,
stereo, high-passed outputs to feed powered satellite
speakers or an external Amplifier
for passive satellites.
► A speaker-level, V" TS phone jack is provided. This input
is useful in applications, such as those employing powered
mixers, in which it is more practical to bring a full-range,
speaker-level signal to the Subwoofer Amplifier
is an 18 inch direct-radiating powered
subwoofer. A built-in 500 watt (peak) Amplifier
stereo or mono line level inputs via balanced, XLR
connectors as well as single channel Speaker
level input via
a V inch phone jack. Integral signal processing includes a
stereo crossover and limiting for the internal Amplifier
pair of XLR output connectors may be used to pass the input
signals to another system or to send a high-passed,
line-level stereo signal to a pair of powered, full-range
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