JBL Intros VP Powered Loudspeakers

Northridge, CA (February 24, 2006)--Bringing JBL's DrivePack technology to a broader variety of applications, the company has introduced its Venue Performance (VP) Series of powered loudspeaker systems. Designed for portable or fixed installation sound reinforcement applications, the VP Series is compliant with Harman Professional's HiQnet System Architect software for remote control and monitoring.
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Northridge, CA (February 24, 2006)--Bringing JBL's DrivePack technology to a broader variety of applications, the company has introduced its Venue Performance (VP) Series of powered loudspeaker systems. Designed for portable or fixed installation sound reinforcement applications, the VP Series is compliant with Harman Professional's HiQnet System Architect software for remote control and monitoring.

All six models of the VP Series are optimized for applications where multiple individual loudspeakers are required for a distributed system or where multiple loudspeakers will be configured into arrays for point-source clusters. Each system features a JBL DrivePack electronics module, designed in coordination with Crown International, JBL's Harman sister company.

Two- and 3-way models deliver 1,100 watts of continuous power to the transducer sections, and 3,600 watts peak output power, 1,800 watts of continuous power is available with the subwoofer model. The JBL DrivePack operates on auto-selecting line voltages at 50 or 60 Hz for worldwide operation.

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