High power for some serious sound
A single JBL PRX712 PA speaker puts out up to 1,500 watts producing 135 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. You could also use this versatile speaker for speech or acoustic music in a venue twice that size. For DJs, church performers, and working bands, match up a pair of PRX712s with a couple of PRX715XLF or PRX718XLF powered subwoofers, and you'll have yourself a compact full-range PA system capable of handling medium-sized clubs and venues.
The 12" low-frequency driver in the PRX712 is the same one that JBL uses in its top-of-the-line concert arrays. This Differential Drive® woofer puts out high-powered sound, having proven its toughness on the road by standing up to constant high-volume play. The high-frequency driver with its JBL-designed compression horn and waveguide covers a wide area with crystal-clear, accurate sound.
A built-in dynamic limiter by dbx ensures that an unexpected overload won't damage the speakers. A 2-channel mixer lets you hook your PRX712 up to a variety of sources for different situations, from using a single microphone to address a conference, to playing the stereo signal from a DJ mixer.
JBL used tongue-and-groove construction to build this solid poplar enclosure, then coated it with their tough DuraFlex™ finish. You can be sure this speaker will survive the normal bumps and bangs of life on the road and play reliably on the job every night. You can use the PRX712 speaker as a stage monitor or as a main PA speaker, and it mounts on a standard speaker stand or pole for better coverage. The enclosure even features an angled stand socket to aim the speaker downward when needed. When you use this speaker as a stage monitor, you can switch the EQ to the monitor setting to kill the extra bass caused by its position on the floor.