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Forgot your password? It seems that I need a sub to handle low frequencies to save the main speakers from blowing again. These look like they would be a good deal. I like the fact that it has a built in crossover so I don't need to buy any external components to drive this, except for a few XLR cables. If this isn't recommended, what are other good options out there? I have had good luck with Mackie s.

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Forgot your password? It seems that I need a sub to handle low frequencies to save the main speakers from blowing again. These look like they would be a good deal. I like the fact that it has a built in crossover so I don't need to buy any external components to drive this, except for a few XLR cables.

If this isn't recommended, what are other good options out there? I have had good luck with Mackie s. Might be more than you want to spend you could probably find them used for a piece.

I now have a pair of QSC s they sound better than the mackies but cost a little more. Musicians friend is selling b-stock s for JRXs are entry level and the sound quality is not that great. I little more money will help the sound quality 10 fold. I still suggest an active crossover even though most powered subs have a built in passive. I really suggest picking up one good sub and stick with that until you can afford a second. You will not be happy with the JRXs and that money will end up being wasted.

I recently purchased the Jbl prx m's and yes they are a very nice box. I currently run the JRX powered subs with an external active crossover and for all practical purposes these subs sound fairly decent. While i was puchasing the PRX ;s i had a chance to listen to the PRX subs and while they did sound good, the difference between them and the JRX to me and a very good sound tech friend of mine who had been TOTO's FOH guy for many years both agreed was not worth the added investment.

If you need the extra grunt that the PRX subs have to offer then i would say go that way, if not? Just my 2c worth Just saw the EON 18" sub.

I wonder how they are for small places needing modest low frequency help. I got the special Black Friday price. Very light weight EON s weighs only 65 pounds. Easy to carry, with its two ergonomic handles.

Only 22" wide, and 23" tall. Having used ACT's for several years weighing pounds each , I was used to having beefier cabinetry. The B had more bottom end but is not as accurate as the JBL in the mid-bass hz.

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