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We have 4 vocalists, guitar, bass, and drums. The use will be in small bars, maybe 125-200 people. I bought the 712's and was able to borrow a K12 for a couple of days to compare to the 712 intending to take them back if I liked the Qsc's better. Bagend isnt bad, but It is not a EAW JF200 ! When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. KW152'S KW153'S and KW181'S. What type of music? Srx812p vs Prx812w or Prx712. I've run this setup for anything from small bars to large outdoor gigs for around 250 people and it sounded great. Great speakers. High power for some serious sound. I would buy new, cause you still save money and get a 6 year !! Sants said the 835s are built much better and they may well be but when I called the JBL Tech Everette and their product manager and asked if there was a significant housing upgrade { That is what started buzzing and ratling in my 735s} they did not know and said they would get back to me and never did. Correct. KW Series is powerful, especially if you incorporate the KW 181s. The QSC K12's are the same which is why I opted for the Yamaha DXR12's back in 2012 as they get slightly louder but don't lose composure at limit. I was more often using half of the system in bars and such with two single 18 subs. The JBL SRX800 series is in a totally higher end different class than anything before it! and Product manager if the inside housing build quality had improved, they went quiet and said they would get back to me and never did. So JBL PRX718XLF tends to get more favorable ⭐ reviews than QSC KS112, as seen on the chart below. Then I bought a pair of the SRX815'S. 777 Orlando, FL. I gotta agree about QSC's going sideways when you push them. I had JBL 735s and they buzzed and rattled after two months of gigs. I've had both and upgraded, yes I said upgraded to the JBL SRX 800 series! Mainly we are playing small to mid sized bars. I DO NOT trust JBL quality after my experience with the 735s { I know the original post is about the 835s } but an excellent service center that worked with JBLs to fix my 735s opened them up and showed me the cheapest parts, which is why the entire housing was buzzing on both cabs. I have to disagree with Presonus Studiolive gear. The QSCs have no fly points on their side either, and the horns cannot be rotated. The JBL PRX712 is a powered two-way enclosure with a 1500-watts of Class D power. It's good to see level headed people respond without taking it personally as so many do on these threads. Excellent Condition. Better bass, easier to fly tops, similar spl. So far reading through reviews everything has been really positive on the qsc kw122. Hey Jer77od, Glad you are reading my posts, and admittedly I have done exactly what you claim, however what I write { copy and pasted on those sites for ease } is exactly how I feel. they still kill it for bass! It was a festival gig vs. the regular small-stage we use them on regularly. Thank goodness John accidentally quoted his own post, or we might have missed a set of MI grade speakers being flown in a manner not approved by IATSE! Are you running 2K12's and 2Ksub's? This is an old thread, and the decision has been made. Another vote for QSC. If you know you will only ever have 1 top at this venue, the a 75 degree platform gets you better coverage. I was blown away! Its a step above both, basically budget Fulcrum. I bought the 712's and was able to borrow a K12 for a couple of days to compare to the 712 intending to take them back if I liked the Qsc's better. JBL PRX712 12-Inch Two-Way Full Range Main System/Floor Monitor ... (Jbl mro 415) and after researching it came down to Jbl 712, and Qsc K12. The k-12s would be fine for most gigs and just add a sub or two when you need. Click here to login, The ability to reply to and create new discussions, Access to members-only giveaways & competitions, Interact with VIP industry experts in our guest Q&As, Access to members-only sub forum discussions, Get INSTANT ACCESS to the world's best private pro audio, Promote your eBay auctions and Reverb.com listings for free. A working band cannot afford that. JBL (107) QSC (103) Electro-Voice (87) Mackie (81) Alto (73) Bose (58) Harbinger (35) Behringer (22) Yamaha (18) Peavey (18) See All. Turbosound Milan M12 Powered Loudspeaker Reviews - Sweetwater They're easy to set up and we run everything through them, 19 channels currently, we have a hearback IEM system and I run everything remotely, more info on that here: I would put your $ into really great speakers. QSC !!!! We've done outdoor shows with K-10s and one k-sub with headroom to spare. Archived. Now onto the 835p vs KW153, I personally haven't heard the PRX series, but I know that absolutely every component in the SRX series is of much higher grade quality, including the transducers. after reading the specs decided to sell two of my Yamahas and grab a used pair of the SRX812'S. Close. Getting really close to pulling the trigger on a set of powered mains. Do it once the right way for venue safety and insurance liability. I wonder why. JBL's Differential Drive technology incorporates lower mass in the ferrite magnet for reduced weight while maximizing power amp efficiency for greater heat dissipation and increased power handling. Featuring a 12”, two-way, bass-reflex design powered by a 1500-watt class-D amplifier, PRX812W delivers incredible volume in a lightweight and compact form factor. For the $$$$ Those QSC K series are the best thing I have heard in years! Create a username and password below and an account will be created and your post entered. So no RCF NX12-SMA, JBL PRX712, Mackie DLM12, Yamaha DSR112, etc. View online or download Jbl PRX712 User Manual QSCs sound so much better and so quiet after a year of gigs. I used to run small homemade line arrays (got very good feedback on them from the ProSoundWeb on the design, and local soundfolk who've mixed on big systems) but I got tired of the amp rack and crank stand hassle. QSC KW181 and JBL VRX918SP are two powered subwoofers with exceptional power levels. Best of luck. Thanks for asking my friend. Jbl Srx812p vs Qsc KW122. Buy the used QSC's and use the $1000 saved to have someone professionally fly them using the correct rigging bolts and fly ware. Just a friendly reminder that political discussion, (including "offhand" and 'sideways' commenting) is. JBL are cheaply built and have a lousy warranty. Cleaner , crisper, punchier and lows to high better across the board. Just throwing the JBL in the mix as a similarly priced option ... although I've heard about some bad experiences with other PRX models. Home › Forums › Digital DJ Gear › JBL PRX612M or QSC K12 This topic has 14 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 7 years, 11 months ago by Phil Morse. If there are going to be manufacturer defects, they are going to show up quickly. No sub planned at this time. I do sound for a cover band, we recently (last summer) got the QSC K12s, they've worked really well everywhere we've been, we play places that will hold upwards of 750 or so, and we run them turned halfway up. There are NO fly points on the sides of these boxes. Not necessarily - I was using my KLA's for over a year before I pushed them hard enough to find a flaw in the 12" diaphragm on one of them. I really wanted to walk out of the room with the JBL speakers. In "Main" mode, they have a frequency response of 55.7 Hz - 18.2 kHz. I have yet to run the SRX835'S and the SRX828SP sub but I know when I do there will be no problem handling the job! Kept my QSC KW181'S though. Super clean! I manage and play drums/backing vocals in a dance/pop/cover band and we are in the process of purchasing a PA system. Meanwhile, QSC K12 boasts 1000 Watts RMS and 2000 Watts peak power rating. Viewing 14 posts - 1 through 14 (of 14 total) Author Posts August 18, 2012 at 6:44 pm #1009920 Oyiwaa … I'm sure that the Bag End stuff and EAW is the balls. The clarity of this enclosure relative to its volume is revolutionary. Very weird. by Mike Sessler, ChurchTechArts.org Our setup for speaker testing. They are super loud! Jbl PRX712 Pdf User Manuals. It is certainly much more powerful than JBL PRX715. RCF HD32 vs QSC K12.2 vs EV ETX-12P - Part 1 Blind test, which is which? If you are looking for a subwoofer that can be powerful enough to fill the air of a large gig, these two products are ready to amaze you. The OP was wanting to "fly" 835s on their SIDE. I still say I was not blown away by JBL 835s when I A/B them. I manage and play drums/backing vocals in a dance/pop/cover band and we are in the process of purchasing a PA system. Loved the sound so much that I sold my QSC KW152'S which i really wasn't using and bought two more! Currently we are running an A&H MixWiz WZ3 16:2 board and everyone is using IEM's so we aren't looking for a monitor system. We've got mics on the snare and toms and 3 vocal mics, everything else is direct - kick, 2 guitars, bass, keys. It is a true 2-way powered speaker, with a custom-designed JBL 272G 12-inch woofer cone and a JBL 2408H-2 1.5-inch diameter annular polymer diaphragm, neodymium compression driver. Bought some K12s to replace my aging Barbettas years ago. I've maxed out many K and KW tops, even passive ones, and they go to sh|t even without clipping them. They all sound great and are easy to EQ. If you might be wanting to add another top each side later, then the 60 degree is what you will want as it will minimize comb filtering. Really good for PA. The kw152 is a 60 degree, whereas the kw153, kw122 actually all but the 152's are 75 degree. Maybe they are built better but don't get back to customers. Going PRO For Home Theater: Opinions/Advice Please! I have not … Hey there! Unless it has changed you have to ship your equipment to them if anything goes wrong with it. Then JBL came out with the SRX800 series! Archived. lucas569 PRO Infinity Member since 2012 so after reading,reading and reading some more i narrowed it down to these 3 brands. OK everyone, looking to buy a pair of powered speakers in the price range of these 2 speakers, the QSC 12's & JBL PRX615M (about $650 - $750 street price). A single JBL PRX812W PA speaker puts out up to 1,500 watts producing 137 dB of sound pressure — that's enough power to fill a small club or 300-seat auditorium with loud, wall-vibrating sound and music all by itself. Jbl Srx812p vs Qsc KW122. Id rather have a smaller top and a sub if it were me. Returned them for a pretty big loss, but very very happy now !! 5. Only broke out the full hang and 2nd set of subs (18Sound LW1400s powered by a Crest Pro9200) for outdoors and really big ballrooms. I am a working professional musician for 30 years and don't want people to experience what I did. Good luck all. Topic: JBL PRX612M vs EV-ELX112P vs QSC K12 review This topic is old and might contain outdated or incorrect information. A bit louder, but did not have that clear punch the QSCs have. The clarity of this enclosure relative to its volume is revolutionary. never owned JBL but would periodically hear a band here or there using them and there was always something about that high midrange presence that would just put the vocals and overall sound right out front! Krk k6 and k10s vs Behringer nekkst 6 and K10s. If this is your first visit, be … Out of curiosity we decided to put the QSC K12 head-to-head with the larger JBL PRX615 and JBL PRX715. We use K-10s and when we need a sub we rent one. Super powerful! We are also looking at about double the cost for the Bag Ends and the EAW stuff isn't powered. We have 4 vocalists, guitar, bass, and drums. 1080 Price Clear Facets. Granted the the pattern comes into play but overall they are just present and balanced. We run the subs and tops, we've got a girl singer so we do from Blondie, Cyndi Lauper, No Doubt, Paramore to Kid Rock, Aerosmith, and occasionally The Ramones, and pretty much everything in between. 1. I run PRX 712's on top of 2 PRX618XLF subs and 2 QSC k12's for stage monitors. The most important reason people chose JBL PRX815 is: The sound of the JBL PRX815 can be thoroughly edited via Wi-Fi on the free PRX connect mobile app, giving the user wireless control over volume levels, gain and 8 parametric EQ’s, letting the user boost a wide range of frequencies. Currently we are running an A&H MixWiz WZ3 16:2 board and everyone is using IEM's so we aren't looking for a monitor system. The PRX725 is a dual 15" 2-way speaker while the KW153 is a 3-way 15" speaker. I've done many shows with them but i think it's time to move on to something with more clarity and headroom. Hey there! The KW153 is MUCH more articulate while the PRX725 would be much better for a heavy metal band or EDM DJ music (IMO). Lastly Music Tech, the most well respected service center in the area refuse to work on JBL because they say, they are so cheaply made and their response for parts and covering warranties is pathetic, which is why I drove over an hour to the other service center who opened them up to confirm, that they are built like crap ! Okay ? Srx812p vs Prx812w or Prx712. KW122s are 39 lbs and the KW181 Subs are 100 lbs but they have great handles and heavy duty casters. Then there is the terrible taste in my mouth from the bad experience with the cheaply built 735s. The QSC have a basic and primitive conical horn flare, which relates to poor HF coverage. Given the popularity of the JBL offering we were very surprised. That is why I post on all those sites. On top of that, it's fairly safe to say that JBL PRX718XLF is a more popular subwoofer, based on its 20+ reviews. I liked the brand name, I loved the weight, and loved the features. Also owned 6 Yamaha DSR112'S. QSC hands DOWN !! Your Price $ 654.99 msrp:,lowPrice:654.99. Hi John, I respectfully have to disagree. My observation is the same as yours, they sound bigger and open up the more you move away. I owned all QSC Powered Speakers! Much better than the old JBL system I had. I've railed KLA12's too and they hold up much better. QSC K12 vs. JBL PRX612. !! The JBL PRX812W is a full-range speaker designed for main system and floor monitor applications. The JBL PRX712 is a powered two-way enclosure with a 1500-watts of Class D power. Recognizing that your original question was between JBL and QSC, have you considered the Presonus Studiolive PA line? When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. We always run 4 vocal mics and kick through the PA but also mic snare, overheads, guitar, and bass for our IEM's. The volume levels also don’t go as loud as QSC K12. https://www.gearslutz.com/board/remot...g-foh-rig.html, With a Cheapness (Reverbs/Multi-Effects) Inexpensive Loot for the Budget-Minded Slut. Posted by 3 years ago. I can't say how they compare to the jbl but I'm sure those are decent as well. Before I did, I performed a pretty comprehensive sound test at GC (granted, it would have been better in a larger room) with the QSC K12, KW122, and the JBL PRX612m. Again to each their own, but quality, combined with a much better warranty { 6 years on everything with QSC } compared to { JBL 5yrs speakers 3yr amp 2yr cab} I would seriously say QSC is the way to go. Thanks for your input allan. John. JBL's Differential Drive technology incorporates lower mass in the ferrite magnet for reduced weight while maximizing power amp efficiency for greater heat dissipation and increased power handling. IMO and my taste the QSC 153 were cleaner and everthing else I sain in my first post. The PRX712 handles 1500 watts of continuous power with an impressive maximum SPL of 135 dB. Hola a todos... La presente es para saber si alguien ya ha tenido la oportunidad de trabajar con las nuevas QSC k12.2, serán iguales de buenas que las K12, fui a buscar las K12 y me di con la sorpresa que... el vendedor me dijo que las K12 ya estaban descontinuadas y en su lugar habían salido las K12.2.

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