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|Connectors||2x Neutrik ¼ - XLR combo input 2x Neutrik XLR-3M Output 1 x XLR-3M mix output|
|Max SPL Level||137 dB|
|Frequency Response||41 to 20,000 Hz (-3 dB)|
|Coverage||60° x 40°|
|Power Rating||2000 W peak, 1500 W continuous|
|Input Impedance||40 kilOhm balanced 20 kilOhm unbalanced|
|Maximum Line Input Gain||21 dB|
|Gain||Line input:21 dB Consumer input: 3 dB Mic input: 45 dB Line input: 20 dBu Consumer input: 8 dBu Mic input: -4 dBu|
|LED Indicators||Power LED: green Network Link: green Network Data: yellow|
|Cooling||On demand variable speed fan|
|AC Power||100 to 240 V at 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||120 V: 2.2 A (1/8th power), 5.6 A (1/3rd power)|
|Crossover||330 and 2,400 Hz|
|Material||0.7" (18 mm) plywood|
|Finish||Obsidian Duraflex finish|
|Grille||Powder coated, Onsidian, 14-gauge perforated steel with acoustically transparent black cloth backing|
|Mounting||Single 36 mm pole socket12x M10 suspension points|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||38.74 x 21.4 x 18.74" (98.40 x 54.40 x 47.60 cm)|
|Weight||85.0 lb (38.6 kg)|
I don't look at the 2000 Wattage, I look at its cal SPL, indeed it is very loud. I just bought this month after reading and comparing to many other SRX812, SRX815, EV ETX/EKX, RCF, QSC K, Yamaha DSR/DXR, and comparing to a very detail of all components (such as the HF 2432-H with 3" Voice Coil and...
This speaker is everything I wanted and more. It packs more than enough power, It's beautiful, not too heavy, versatile, portable and an overall perfect speaker. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to impress and go above and beyond all expectations.
Not to heavy, versatile, great looking, infinite bass.
I'll give them a 4 without even trying them out. The HF horns in my passive 725s are the best sounding in the biz. 137 db! wow, that will work. Someone said the QSC is better...I love my QSC products, but these drivers are badass! I use JBL passive speakers with QSC amps.
I purchased 835p a year ago I am very satisfied with my purchase I wasn't looking for a DJ system I was actually looking for a PA system JBL have definitely done it ! I have used stand alone and with 828p. I have received numerous compliments.
The sound quality of these speakers are great. The bass is very good for not being a subwoofer. The lows will hold their own. They are heavy so a second person is recommended if you want to put them up on some stands.
Amazing class leading power, clairty and detail, perfect speaker for any DJ or small club business setting, wireless ip controls Eq settings from your IPad or device, JBL nailed this speaker perfectly, no cons.
Nothing, maybe weight, there built strong and heavy.
The 3 star review by John is obviously biased and I would not doubt he works for qsc. These speakers are crystal clear right out of the box. Paired with the srx828 the sound phenomenal. Are they expensive, yes. Are they worth the money, hell yeah. If you got it spend it you won't be disappointed.
well, i bought 2 815p's first. then an 818sp. but i kept lamenting the fact my set up did not have the mid driver. which is new and totally hi-tech. so i bought 2 835p's on sale in june. two of these sitting on top of their 818 counterpart gives you a bangin 4way system.
First off I loved my KW153s, but these new SRX835Ps are bad ass. The sound is incredible and the ability to splay them (2 per side) is perfect for live sound. Perfect match for the SRX828SP subs. Don't think about it, buy these and don't look back. You'll be glad you did.
This speaker finally takes the dryness out of the PA sound without heavy eq and other forms of enhancement. It is easily worth the twice high price of the other similar JBLs both powered and passive (which I usually prefer). The sound is far more liquid.