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Anyone have any info on these speakers in English? They are called JBL PS-15 Pro speaker, I have searched and all I can find is a few pages in German. If anyone knows the speaker and they have a different name in the States or else where I would be very appreciative if you could let me know. (My local HT shop has these, they are new but the guy says that they have been sitting in the shop for about 5 years . They look like a good speaker but I want to see some specs if I can)

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Here is what they look like.





 

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 http://www.jblproservice.com/

http://www.jblpro.com/


That's your best source of info. I'm surprised these would be in a HT shop. For the most part, this type of pro gear is not well suited for home use. It's designed for blasting high levels in large rooms at high power. It's also often quite expensive. In some cases it's designed for PA duty, not for music. That said, people do make good home systems out of pro gear, but usually it's gear designed for studio use.
 

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http://www.jblproservice.com/

http://www.jblpro.com/


That's your best source of info. I'm surprised these would be in a HT shop. For the most part, this type of pro gear is not well suited for home use. It's designed for blasting high levels in large rooms at high power. It's also often quite expensive. In some cases it's designed for PA duty, not for music. That said, people do make good home systems out of pro gear, but usually it's gear designed for studio use.

I looked on those web pages , but I could not find any specifications on them?
 

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PS in JBL speak is Powered Subwoofer. I don't see any of that in your picture. Could you have the wrong model?

No , that is what is says on the speaker????
 

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You will find the support staff at JBLPro to be very helpful. I'll bet they can provide you with some info, if not a flyer or manual.


These appear to be portable PA units, beyond that I couldn't speculate.
 
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