Product: Jerry Harvey Audio JH13v2 PRO
Function: Custom In-Ear Monitors
Overview: Why is it that musicians spend time and money – and lots of it – perfecting the “grail” of gear yet sacrifice the sound the precious gear makes when it comes to how their ears hear it? It is a question I never knew I needed answering until I heard music through a pair of Jerry Harvey JH13v2PROs. The JH13v2PROS aren’t your typical IEM. These IEMs provide a rich soundscape vocal teams and musicians alike can agree on. Let’s dive in and find out why teams and artists all over the country from Elevation Worship to Passion…and from Sheryl Crow to Alicia Keys are using them.
Features: The JH13v2PRO are equipped with eight drivers. The configuration provides two lows, two mids, and 4 highs to contribute to its amazing sound. Combine that with an internal 3-way crossover and these IEM’s have an impeccable way of handling a professionally mixed stage or for listening to fine details in near reference quality.
If you’ve ever dropped a pricey custom IEM on stage or in a dark backstage area, you will rejoice at the 4-pin Litz wire with locking collar. Speaking of wires, the IEM has a patent pending variable bass output for each ear on the wire itself that allows you to adjust the bass response for each ear from 0 to +12db.
Pros: Highly customizable. Superior sound quality. Adjustable bass.
Cons: Just like most of the mainline gear we use, it isn’t a “small budget item”.
Bottom Line: The sound quality in the JH13v2PRO is killer for both vocalists or musicians.
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Jason Whitehorn is a worship pastor, speaker, teaching pastor, touring artist, and singer/songwriter from Nashville, TN now residing in Indianapolis. His songs have become championed in church communities across the world and Jason is often sought after as a speaker for worship conferences. Jason has over 20 years of pastoral ministry in worship to share and has been mentoring and coaching worship leaders internationally via WeLeadWorship.com for more than a decade, receiving Worship Leader Magazine’s editor’s pick for the “Best of The Best” in worship in 2010. Jason has brought his insight to the worship community as a writer for Worship Leader Magazine and a speaker for such conferences as IMMERSE, Exponential, NWLC, and more. Jason has led worship and performed with a variety of artists and worshipers from Matt Maher to Bill Gaither.