High power for some serious sound
A single JBL PRX725 PA speaker puts out up to 1,500 watts producing a massive 139 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. If you're a church performer, a working band, or a DJ, you can match up a pair of PRX725s with a couple of PRX715XLF or PRX718XLF powered subwoofers, and you'll have yourself a strong, versatile full-range PA system that can handle medium-size venues and many outdoor gigs.
The 15" low-frequency drivers in the PRX725 are the same ones that JBL uses in its top-of-the-line concert arrays. Each Differential Drive® woofer puts out high-powered sound with low distortion, 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 PRX725 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 set a PRX725 on stage as a front-of-house PA speaker or as a side-fill stage monitor. An onboard EQ lets you switch from a flat response to one with enhanced highs and lows, which adds excitement to the mix.