The G-Series is more of a budget line effort from JBL (for those that couldn’t afford the SR series). I had, at one time, The G subs (loaded. No Cracks, very clean. Ready to use $ or Best Offer for the pair. Can be delivered in a 50 miles of Huntington Beach. Brand New Genuine JBL MR, g, G Corner. These are the 90° corners. They work for many different models but you might want to replace the entire.
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I could put them to use for my band’s practice space and potentially smaller shows, although I think we would still use the EV stuff for the smaller shows. I’ve never had any experience with these. I’ve never heard them. Get an inexpensive rms per channel into 8 ohms and watch the clip lights when using. They are below the Caberets.
Be aboslutely sure that they still support the speakers, and that reconing won’t cost more than the speaker is worth if needed.
Sounds like they are bloated on the specs per usual. I 7g32 suggest something nicer for home, a little less commercial. All times are GMT It seems like the model number was crudely stenciled on looks like a potato stamp in black ink. I prefer that more in your face “slam” sound that PA monitors produce.
JBL G732 with Altec 511B/808-8B combo
The HF horns were blown in the ones I reworked and either replacement diaphragms were seemingly jbp expensive for what they were or made out of unobtainium. I believe the cabinets were plywood. JailtimeOct 16, The jgl should be crossed faily high 3Khz or higher, since they are not s or ‘s. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano. Anyone have info on these speakers. If you’re playing your tunes for a bunch of people in a club or at a wedding the g series is fine. Seven different models in the Performance series line that had similar power ratings to the Es and such of the day, used in the previous Cabaret Line.
He’s not even advertising them for sale, thankfully. Yes, my password is: All I meant was that I didn’t want to crank the receiver so the the power amp was breaking up and potentially blow the speakers.
I haven’t opened them up to see if the drivers are originals.
They sounded okay for DJ work. I would prefer a 3 way speaker that has a horn tweeter, horn midrange, and a 18″ woofer. My budget is 1, clams and I’m still searching.
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I’ve owned both and each style has it’s own unique sound. They sounded “ok” for what they were from what I remember. Greetings from Houston folks. Jbp the Media Kit. Originally posted by Audiopile As I remember, the cone drivers have some pretty crude looking baskets they look like a fine grade of road gravel was used for a sand casting I’ve heard that the Cabaret series rocks as does the SR series.
Before the Devil Knows you’re Dead! These were the more cost effective, less performance oriented JBL nameplated line under the SR series. I ran into a guy at one of the local pawn shops who struck a speaker conversation with me.
If not, put the grills back on and I suspect they’re about 15 years old. I’m undecided on 3 way vs 2 way. May you be in Heaven Half an Hour I did check the Sensitivity and they are dB which is pretty good.
JBL MR802, G730, G732 Corner 73393-011
What are ya’lls opinion on 2 way vs 3 way speakers? I used to own a pair of G723 back in the day and they sounded sweet. If you can find I had a pair of Klipsch Forte IIs, they sounded ok but I didn’t like that whole passive radiator thing.
Originally posted by Audiopile No Originally posted by Audiopile I vaguely remember re-working a pair of these about 10 years ago. I tried them out today, but just with a standard stereo receiver. I popped off the back jack plates and checked the speaker, I couldn’t see the numbers on the magnet easily. I will try and get some pics when I go back over tonight to pick up his old Sansui speakers. Results 1 to 15 of In your living room is fine too if you’re in a college dorm