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JBL Professional Extends Venue Performance Series With Two New Compact Loudspeaker Models

The VP7212/ 95DPC and VP7215/95DPC feature smaller size and flexible mounting.

Further extending the versatility of its revolutionary VP (Venue Performance) Series powered loudspeakers, JBL Professional is introducing two new compact models to the lineup: the VP7212/95DPC and the VP7215/95DPC. The two new models bring the total model count in the VP Series to 10, and are designed for portable or fixed installation sound reinforcement applications where high output, low distortion, and the highest quality sound is required.

As with previous VP Series models, these two new models 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 DPC-2 DrivePack® electronics module, designed in coordination with Crown Audio, JBL’s Harman sister company. The compact DPC-2 DrivePack features DBT (Dual Bridge Technology™) that directly links each voice coil to a discrete amplifier channel for the low frequency section improving overall efficiency

The VP7212/95DPC is a 12-inch, 2-way full-range powered loudspeaker system. The high-frequency utilizes a 2452H-SL 1.5-inch exit compression driver with a 4-inch voice coil mounted to a 90- x 50-degree Progressive Transition™ (PT) waveguide. The low frequency utilizes a JBL 2262FF Differential Drive®, direct cooled woofer with a 3-inch dual voice coil. The system is driven by a JBL 1750W peak (875W continuous) DPC-2 DrivePack. The VP7212/95DPC utilizes nine M10 attachment points (three top, two bottom, two each side panel) and two M6 fittings on the rear panel and incorporates an integrated 35-millimeter stand mount socket in the bottom panel of the enclosure.

The VP7215/95DPC is a 15-inch, 2-way full-range powered loudspeaker system. The high-frequency utilizes a 2452H-SL 1.5-inch exit compression driver with a 4-inch voice coil mounted to a 90- x 50-degree Progressive Transition (PT) waveguide. The low-frequency utilizes a JBL 2265FF Differential Drive, direct cooled woofer with a 3-inch dual voice coil. The system is driven by a JBL 1750W peak (875W continuous) DPC-2 DrivePack. The VP7215/95DPC utilizes 13 M10 attachment points (four top, three bottom, two each side panel and two rear panel) and incorporates an integrated 35- millimeter stand mount socket in the bottom panel of the enclosure.

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