All Weather Series

The JBL ALL WEATHER Series is a family of high power, lightweight, 2-way, full-range loudspeaker systems, built for a wide variety of all-weather applications.

The AWC All Weather Compact models incorporate co-axial drivers for high output, consistent pattern control, extraordinary clarity with speech, and extended frequency response for music, all from very compact enclosures. These models include minimally audible overload protection, 200 Watt transformers for 70V or 100V distributed systems, and can also be operated 8 ohm direct.

The AW full-size models are comprised of the JBL Differential Driverr dual voice coils and dual magnetic gap low frequency 12" and 15" woofers and the 2432H high-frequency 38mm (1.5 in) exit, 75 mm (3 in) voice-coil compression driver. The large format Progressive TransitionT wave-guides provide excellent high-frequency coverage patterns. Waveguides are rotatable so the loudspeaker system can be used in either vertical or horizontal orientation. Enclosures are constructed of multilayer glass composite and are heavily braced to maximize low-frequency performance. A 14-gauge stainless steel grille, backed with open cell foam and stainless steel mesh, provides excellent protection in the harshest environments. The systems are equipped with a 400W 70/100V transformer. A heavy-duty stainless steel U-type mounting bracket is included and allows for easy installation on flat surfaces or in 9° corners.

The ALL WEATHER Series is part of JBL's AE Series, a versatile family of loudspeakers intended for a wide variety of applications.

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HARMAN Professional Solutions Expands JBL All-Weather Speaker Series With Ultra-Compact AWC62 Loudspeaker

HARMAN Professional Solutions, the global leader in audio, video, lighting and control systems, including networked AV, today announced the JBL AWC62 all-weather 2-way coaxial loudspeaker, the latest addition to the full lineup of JBL AW and AWC…

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JBL AW Series receives EN54 certification

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