JBL SRA dual 18 subs watts continuous, peak at 4ohms. These are legendary subs with earth shaking response. All original JBL drivers, used. Im considering buying 2 or 4 JBL SRA subs that were in a church install used, the drivers never blown or reconed or abused, cabs are in. JBL SRA Subwoofer. I just got one of these it is in very good condition for it age. I see on the manual that it uses +2 and -2 on the.

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I have had a pair of these for 6 years. Results 1 to 9 of 9. All times are GMT Can move air, look cool cuz they are big, and for that price you cant go wrong I also have noticed at high volume boosting any signal below 50Hz on with my Ashly EQ on sr4719aa bass songs only I can hear a faint rattle noise in both woofer I’m also using a Behringer EP in bridge mono to drive it so I could be over powering it as it’s watts RMS jbbl ohm peak? Originally Posted by badman. If you have two PL6’s that’s even better, you’ll love that combo.

Sr471a still not sure what happened, but I think something went wrong with the electric. Similar Threads Subwoofer or No Subwoofer?

They will be center clustered and I will probably add casters.

JBL SRA subs??ts, comments, advice?

I just move mine around with a hand cart just fine. I think you would be underpowering them at watts. That is the Question. Awaken the Dead Productions http: I would put at least watts per cab, and I would recommend watts per cab. In that case I would have more worries if I don’t have help! At minimum I would suggest giving them at least watts per cabinet. You can power all four with one amp and I’m sure it’ll be fine for people indoors, unless you’re doing crazy mbl or reggae.


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Evan, I don’t think he said he HAD the peaveys, just that he’d worked with them. Your PL6 will be great with these. Or bring ’em to my place- but you’ll have to leave ’em here.

They are awesome subs. Originally Posted by subwoof.

Glad they’re workin’ for ya! You can’t go wrong. They have performed very well for me over the course of that time. Well I talked to Evert at JBL he said they will work in the cabinets but would need some additional bracing. They seem to stand up and ask for more.

Only a problem if there is more than a couple of steps. I paid per box and am down to 8 of them right now.

By Storm in forum General Audio Discussion. Mine are rewired for 8 pin pin one to bottom 18s pin 2 to top 18s in the first two boxes on a side, and pin 3 to bottom 18s and 4 to top 18s on other 2 boxes per side if I need to run all 8 boxes. Do they have any more?


Like the others have said, they are large boxes so be prepared if jgl plan to mobilize these. He also helped sf4719a with the rattle it turns out it was the middle port coming undone from the baffle I also hot glued and screwed the supports inside and tightened the small orange JBL logo and no more rattle they sound perfect woofers are good.


I wish I could find a pair of those subs locally for that price.

Anyway, get all 4. I power each pair of subs with a Macrotech I would look into building some caster-boards. The time now is One thing though, remember if they are stock and you plan on running 2 per side that its a 2 ohn load. Thanks for your reply will the ‘s work in the SRA cabinets as I noticed there parameters are a little different? Please login or register. That is watts per cabinet. I have blown the same driver 2 x’s not sure why it is only that driver but both time I am pretty sure it was operator error.

At the same outdoor show two months later. Almost forgot – I have been powering mine with a PLX bridged for each box. I’m thinking someone removed the H woofer and hooked them up reverse or I guess these could be reverse polarity stock from JBL.

My own rig uses the equivalent of a pair of nice 18″s- an octet of isobaric 12″s.