JBL VRX 900 Review & test Dj DEN – Global Sound

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www.djwarehouse.com.au www.djlightsoundhire.com.au www.jblpro.com www.jblpro.com www.youtube.com 2x JBL VRX932LAP Speakers 2x JBL VRX918SP Subwoofers Rihanna – Only Girl In The World Electro Banger Bruno Mars – Amazing Ran Ziv Dance Remix The VRX932LAP is a powered, lightweight, compact 12″ two-way line-array speaker system designed for use in arrays of up to five units. VRX932LAP is the ideal choice when line-array performance is needed but the venue size doesn’t call for the very long-throw characteristics of larger line-arrays and a fast and easy setup is vital. The VRX918SP is a powered, suspendable subwoofer system containing a 2268FF neodymium magnet, patented Differential Drive®, 18″ woofer in a front-loaded, vented enclosure. The VRX918SP was designed specifically for use in arrays with the VRX932LAP Line Array speaker and VRX-AF Array Frame. In addition it may also be used in arrays consisting entirely of VRX918SP subwoofers.

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13 thoughts on “JBL VRX 900 Review & test Dj DEN – Global Sound”

  1. djdenentertainment

    true and i agree. i think people forget the purpose of line arrays. two per side is good for djing and small concerts of 500 people. bcz u will get good vertical coverage

    but with this system from jbl, they sound really great as the set up in the video and gets the job done.

  2. VRX isnt designed for one unit a side its only a 15 degree box,i have two cabs aside with 2 x 18in bins aside and will blow any portable pa system into touch easily.Far better spread of sound than a run of the mill stack of speakers.Depends what your looking for in a system.

  3. For the price their midrange isn’t great when you listen to them compared to the wonderful midrtange of the PRX635 cabs. I don’t think the VRX932 cabs are worth wasting your money on personally.

  4. djdenentertainment

    they are pricey. mids range are okay for a small set of line arrays, they are also 12in drivers. and the high and high mids frqs are constantly at Coverage Pattern 100 x 15 nominal, so just for dj use, they dont sound that great incomparison to normal PA .

    but the other line arrays jbl have are really good. :0 .

  5. I personally don’t think the VRX932 cabs are worth their price, the PRX635 cabs have better midrange clarity.

  6. djdenentertainment

    congratulations matkappert i hope you are not the owner of kappert lighting otherwise
    you must be the best business person out thr who knows how to ruin thr own business name.

  7. djdenentertainment

    hese units sound good. but i would recommend more that 2 subs per a speaker. bcz the main unit really need mid-low support which u will get from one sub. this will have good acoustics.than adding a other sub u can focus on the low ends will rich the sound. EG: one VRX932 with two VRX918. …dont forget proper tuning is need.

  8. djdenentertainment

    sorry abt the late response. the problem i had was a strange craking sound in the start up for a good 5 min. and u will get an echo in the venue if not configured right..The PRX615m’s i havent used them. but i know that they are a good set of powerd units. i heard them, they have nice deep lows that enrich the HFs.

    reason for vrx subs is was to enrich the acoustics. Another 2 will add a nice punch to the bass line

    for djing i rather use anything besides the VRX

  9. Care to explain the problems you’ve had with them? I’m about to order a pair of PRX615m’s and would like to know what I’m up against. Also, I’m curious why you bought the VRX subs instead of hooking an SRX up to an amp or even a PRX. The VRX just doesn’t have the numbers to match the SRX series.

  10. djdenentertainment

    they do but if u noticed with this powered unit they limited peak thus whn sub wants hit the peak to produce the sound it been limited due the amp.

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