PJB C2 Refines Bass Cabinet Size
The Phil Jones Bass C2 is “to redefine Bass Cabinet size with a vengeance and a mission,” claims PJB. With a 200 Watt shoebox size cabinet, containing the smallest speaker ever produced by PJB, it houses 2 of the most advanced loudspeaker units in the world; “Chrome-Dome” technology, exclusively developed by PJB and designed from the ground up as a bass instrument transducer. Amazingly, each speaker is only 5 inches, yet are engineered to handle the full spectrum and sometimes punishing dynamic range of a bass guitar.
At 0.87 cubic feet of space, weight is not an issue so each driver has a large and powerful strontium ferrite magnet. This magnetic material is the most stable available, immersing the incredible electromagnetic force that can be generated by PJB high-temperature voice coils. The voice-coil is the heart of a loudspeaker that takes the full power from an amplifier and converts this into acoustic energy. The voice-coil in the C2 is a result of PJB’s dedication to loudspeaker research for almost 2 decades.
The difference in PJB’s approach is precision electro-acoustic engineering to enable the musician to fully express themselves without hindrance from an inferior sound product.
PJB says, “The C2 is dynamic, powerful, clear and has lightning fast transient ability. It follows your individual technique without latency, allowing you the freedom to express yourself as if your bass was an acoustic instrument. It can be used as a stand alone cabinet or in combination with other PJB 8 ohm cabinets or with combos including PJB C4, C8, C27, BG-400 Suitcase Compact, and others”.
Established in 2002, PJB and AIRPULSE Guitar Amps are divisions of Phil Jones American Acoustic Development. PJB is dedicated to using the latest technology in the design of compact bass amps and loudspeakers that achieve highest in fidelity and volume. Phil Jones owns several patents for loudspeaker technology.
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