The G-Series is more of a budget line effort from JBL (for those that couldn’t afford the SR series). I had, at one time, The G subs (loaded. No Cracks, very clean. Ready to use $ or Best Offer for the pair. Can be delivered in a 50 miles of Huntington Beach. Brand New Genuine JBL MR, g, G Corner. These are the 90° corners. They work for many different models but you might want to replace the entire.
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I tried them out today, but just with a standard stereo receiver. Not wild about the cabinets. I prefer that more in your face “slam” sound that PA monitors produce.
Anyone know what these speakers are worth and if they are any good. I ended up putting different HF drivers and possibly horn flairs in the boxes I reworked. If not, put nbl grills back on and They are below the Caberets. I think I’m going to pass on these speakers for now.
I used to own a pair of L80Ts back in the day and they sounded sweet. All times are GMT Thanks for the help guys The G sub was a g723 18″ woofer and although I never opened one up, it was probably a H and not the vaunted VGC model G.
Thanks for the input Fred and hatrack You must log in or sign g32 to reply here. Originally posted by Audiopile I’ve heard this before, but have never understood it?
Yes, they were used at one point in some lesser models, had smaller voice coils, wider tolerances and not quite as clean sounding. You may want to consider avoiding the JBL pro series for consumer applications. They sounded okay for DJ work.
All I meant was that I didn’t want to crank the receiver so the the power amp was breaking up and potentially blow the speakers. There are a lot of options out there. The older Cabaret Line made a big mark in PA gear and these were an effort to ride on the coat tales of that success. I had a pair I bought new in for my keyboard rig. Sounds like a bargain.
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If you don’t like them, you can sell the parts. I’ve never heard them. I took the Road less traveled I think what Andy and I have in common with this gg732 is where folks will hook like a w amp up to speakers and have no qualms about cranking the volume right up From what I remember, the drivers where not typical mainstream JBL drivers of the day, like ‘s or 15’s and compression drivers, but rather some odd-ball special G series stuff.
Yes, my password is: Get an inexpensive rms per channel into 8 ohms and watch the clip lights when using.
I plan on using them for my g723 in my living room. Funny thing is, I’m in Avoca, NY on business at the moment. I believe the cabinets were plywood. No, create an account now. Right now I am just going to use them for practice, so I think for that they should be fine. It also seems like the handles were pretty cheesy and the plastic corners broke easily.
JBL G732 with Altec 511B/808-8B combo
Thanks for the offer on them SRs but you’re a bit too far from Texas. The speakers look to be orginal, g7732 is not surprising since the guy who owned them hardly used them.
I will try and get some pics when I go back over tonight to pick up his old Sansui speakers. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano.