Jordan JX-92 EXL

Rick with his Jordan EXL taken at NY Blast 2000

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Driver dimensions above

the box is 38"x15"x24" (965x381x610 mm)

The JX 92 is delightful in a TL. I have given up crossovers and tweeters forever!! I have built a pair of TLs with the JX 92. I will try to be objective:

  • Imaging -- wonderful
  • Depth -- great
  • Openness -- Great+
  • Power handling - power hungry.

I have the older 85dB model. I understand there is a new 90? Db model out.
At low to moderate levels i play them full range. Response to the mid 40s. I am really enjoying some jazz and fusion CDs I havent listened to in a long time. Jazz with horns, big band is really good. The cowboy junkies "trinity sessions" sounds brand new. Of course my rock albums-oops, CDs sound better than usual too.

At higher levels a Subwoofer is a must. they have 9mm linear displacement, but do not give them that much exercise.

I am sure cabinet face defraction is a factor. I have lowered my treble control to get the desired tonal balance. Some of my problem is related to the poor walls in the room.


  • Brave enuff to slap a label on them and ship them to new York
  • mirror-imaged eye-shaped recesses for fiber-glass ring
  • placement of opening not at the end
  • crude construction (design mule?)

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