Reinforcing JBL Professionalâ€™s leadership position in the development of portable loudspeaker technology, the JBL VRX932LAP powered portable line array loudspeaker earned a MIPA Award in the Portable Sound category at Pro Light & Sound 2008. This is the fourth consecutive year that JBL has won the MIPA Award in this category.
â€œSince its introduction, the VRX932LAP has provided mobile DJâ€™s and musicians--as well as systems integrators and live sound companies--with new standards for versatility, performance and sonic quality in portable loudspeaker technology,â€? said Harald Kanz, Product Manager, Portable PA, JBL Professional. â€œIt is an honor to once again receive the MIPA Award, which underscores JBLâ€™s continued commitment to raising the aforementioned standards.â€?
Designed for use in arrays of up to five units, the VRX932LAP is the ideal choice when line array performance is needed but the venue size does not call for the long-throw characteristics of large line array systems. The VRX932LAP is a 12-inch, two-way powered line array loudspeaker featuring a JBL DrivePackÂ® DPC-2 amplification system that provides 1750 Watts of peak power. A DSP-based resident input module provides system optimization and equalization.
The VRX932LAP features JBL Professionalâ€™s latest 2408J Annular Ring Diaphragm HF driver technology. The Constant Curvature Waveguide mounts three compression drivers on a continuous arc. When additional VRX932LAP loudspeakers are added to the array, the uninterrupted arc continues. In effect, all the drivers work together as if they were a single driver on a very long waveguide. Since there are three drivers in each VRX932LAP loudspeaker, the combined power handling and acoustic output of the system is far greater than a single driver could achieve.