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JBL s312 studio series.

Thes speakers are 250 watts....each. I want to Upgrade the crossovers and the drivers...can these be possible??? Thanks.

BTW..I want to Upgrade to a 400 watts per  speaker.Any recomendations?

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SOURCE: No low end on JBL EON G2

I would think that you have a blown woofer. Check around your area for a JBL service center.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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SOURCE: JBL S312 lacks "punch" in bass response

Hi sherrjam,
I was the guy that was complaining regarding the lack of slam with JBL S312II's.
The problem was solved by upping the amp power to 300W RMS per channel (got two NAD C370's as monoblocks, 300W RMS each).
Get yourself an amp that can put out 300W per channel and you won't be complaining about the lows of S312II's :-)
Regards, Damir

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SOURCE: equipments as follows... 1 behringer ep4000-

First let's clean this up. All that stat stuff is just clutter.

equipments as follows...

behringer ep4000
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Behringer-EP4000-Amps-manual/id/23591dj795/t/2/

behringer ep2500
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Behringer-EP2500-Amps-manual/id/23281ci655/t/2/

2 yamaha s215v
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Yamaha-S215V-Speaker-Systems-manual/id/962bh237/t/2/

jbl mrx 518

behringer crossover cx2310
http://www.retrevo.com/search?q=behringer+crossover+cx2310


How do you connect them properly? According to the manuals, particularly the one for the s215v's. Page 5.

Register and download them for free at retrevo.com

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Dear friend....Why you dont join to my proyect???? See? I love my JBL s312 II .

I been getting drunk on them many times.And They have served Very well.

After 5 years of critical listening....i started hearing some descoloration just in 5% of my music. The Bass was an issue for me..i mean the same problem.After all this time I decided..what the hell...let me open these babies and let me see what are they made of.

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Like the orange juice....sunny delight vs tropicana my friend....

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