Passive Stage Monitors: Flexibility With Amplification

Nine makers for passive models, ranging from Peavey, D.A.S. Audio, Yamaha, EAW, Yorkville, Electro-Voice, JBL, K-Array, and Turbosound offer quality monitors ideal for a worship space.

Passive Stage Monitors: Flexibility With Amplification
When recognizing the need for stage monitors in your worship space, if your church has already invested in amplifiers, a worthwhile investment would be passive stage monitors.
Passive Stage Monitors: Flexibility With Amplification
When recognizing the need for stage monitors in your worship space, if your church has already invested in amplifiers, a worthwhile investment would be passive stage monitors.

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Passive Stage Monitors: Flexibility With Amplification

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Finally, in the trio that includes the JBL VRX915M, K-Array KM8 and Turbosound Flashline TFM122M, each stand out for their powerful capabilities. That includes the Turbosound Flashline TFM122M monitor, featuring a 12-inch woofer, and is capable of 1,400 peak power, along with 350 watts continuous. The woofer is a carbon fiber-loaded 12-inch neodymium driver, with the high-frequency driver, also a neodymium driver, which is a 1-inch titanium dome. The TFM122M offers a 35 degree projection angle, which helps with its low profile, key for maintaining audience sightlines. Then with the K-Array KM8, it stands out with an impressive performance to size ratio, with an 8-inch ultra-long excursion bass driver. Covering the high frequencies is a pair of neodymium motor 1.75-inch voice coil compression drivers. With the dispersion technology of the KM8, it increases the area for which a constant sound pressure level and frequency response can be maintained. The result is variable vertical coverage and wide horizontal coverage. The final monitor of this group of nine is the JBL VRX915M. An incredibly powerful monitor, the VRX915M offers a peak power rating of 3,200 watts, with a continuous rating of 800 watts. With a 15-inch Differential Drive woofer, and a 1.5-inch high frequency compression driver, the full-range speaker handles a frequency response between 70 Hz and 20 kHz. Like a few others in this group of nine, it serves as ideal for stages, with a height of 14.75 inches. Loop through connections can be achieved with the VRX915M with NL4 input connections on each of the handle cups.




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Andres Caamano is the site editor for Worship Tech Director, which aims to inform tech directors, audio, video or lighting directors, creative directors, music directors and worship leaders about the latest technology, while also bringing to the forefront some of the most notable examples of leadership and completed projects that can be of benefit to houses of worship of all sizes. Andres joined WTD in 2015, and is focused on taking an engaged approach to the market; one that is encouraging, creative and set toward ministry purpose.
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