The black JBL Professional PD6322/95 Passive/Tri-Amp Three-Way Full-Range Loudspeaker is a versatile, high-output speaker delivering clear and intelligible high-frequency projection, an extended low-frequency response, and low distortion at even the highest drive levels. The loudspeaker is well suited for professional installations such as performing arts facilities, theatrical sound design, auditoriums, houses of worship, live music venues, night clubs, sports facilities, and theme parks.
The PD6322/95 is comprised of two JBL 2206H 12" Vented Gap Cooled (VGC) low-frequency transducers with 4" voice coils, a CMCD-82H 8" cone midrange compression driver with dual 3" voice coils, and a 2432H, 1.5" exit compression driver with 3" voice coil. The midrange compression driver consists of a driver/phasing plug assembly providing high output with low distortion. The two PT Progressive Transition waveguides provide 90x50° of coverage and both are rotatable for deploying the loudspeaker system in either the vertical or horizontal orientation. High-slope passive networks minimize band overlap, while a well-controlled off-axis response enhances arrayability. The PD6322/95 will perform as either a tri-amp or bi-amp (passive mid-high) cabinet, at the flick of a switch.
- Two high-power 12" transducers in a compact slot-loaded configuration for low-frequency extension to 40 Hz
- High-power Cone Midrange Compression Driver (CMCD) with a driver/phasing plug assembly provides high sensitivity and high continuous SPL capability along with low distortion, extended bandwidth, and improved phase coherence
- Large-format neodymium HF driver provides clear, intelligible high-frequency projection
- Large Progressive Transition (PT) waveguides provide consistent pattern control, low distortion at high SPL levels, and a smooth frequency response
- Rotatable mid- and high-frequency waveguides allow either horizontal or vertical cabinet orientation.
- Sophisticated, steep-slope passive mid/high crossover network with switchable tri-amp/bi-amp crossover modes