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Harman has released the JBL PRX900 Series of loudspeakers and subwoofers. The company says the line features all-new proprietary driver systems to deliver clarity and definition even at maximum volume, with improved dispersion and beam width and smooth low-frequency extension.
The PRX900 Series DSP package, accessible via onboard LCDs and the JBL Pro Connect app, includes 12-band parametric EQ for system tuning and nuanced tonal control, integrated dbx drive rack technology and speaker delay settings and presets.
Harman says it has designed the PRX900 Series to withstand the rigors of the road. The rigid composite loudspeaker cabinets feature computer-modeled ribbing for optimal acoustic performance and durability. The subwoofers sit in 18 mm birch cabinets with optimized bracing for a smooth, accurate low-frequency response.
“For years, our PRX800 Series loudspeakers have been first-call systems for bands, DJs, installers and houses of worship in large part thanks to their acoustic profile, low-end extension, and volume,” said Brandon Knudsen, Harman’s professional product manager for portable PA loudspeakers. “With the PRX900 Series, we’re taking things to the next level with next-gen acoustic innovations and an even brawnier power package to deliver clean, clear sound at any volume. The new series take advantage of the latest BLE technology and the JBL Pro Connect app ecosystem for unrivaled control.”
Knudson added that the PRX900 Series is a versatile solution for DJs and bands, music venues, rental houses, corporate A/V providers, or anyone who seeks durable professional systems that deliver powerful, room-filling sound in any portable or installed scenario.