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Performance Manager
JBL Performance Manager 2.3 is the next-generation software application designed to configure networked audio systems for corporate and live concert events, as well as systems within performance venues such as theaters and houses of worship. Using Performance Manager dramatically reduces design time, simplifies networking and automates control interface configuration. The patented workflow paradigm of the Performance Manager interface guides the system designer through the complete system design, configuration and control process and, in many ways, the entire process feels and acts like a simple step-by-step wizard. Networking has been reduced to a simple drag-and-drop operation, and all test, tuning and calibration control interfaces are embedded – no need to spend time designing control panels. Integration with Rational Acoustics’ world-renowned Smaart® acoustic testing and measurement software provides audio technicians and engineers with unprecedented access to measurement information—all delivered over the network in one screen. A dedicated show mode provides all the monitoring and control needed to have a complete picture of how the system is performing in real time.

  • Patented step-by-step design workflow
  • Updated look with faster performance
  • Included preset support for all JBL Tour Sound products
  • Time saving and accurate integration with JBL Line Array Calculator (LAC-II)
  • Integration with Rational Acoustics Smaart platform
  • Preconfigured system templates for easy networking
  • Support for Windows 10 and touch-capable tablets
  • Built in array optimization and tools
  • Built in system supervision and test tools
  • Zoom keyboard shortcut

Performance Manager 2.3.3

JBL® Performance Manager 2.3™ is a next-generation software application designed to configure networked audio systems for corporate and live concert sound events, as well as systems within performance venues such as theatres or houses of worship. It dramatically reduces design time, simplifies networking and automates control interface configuration.

Performance Manager 1.9.3

JBL® Performance Manager 1.9.3™ is the legacy version of Performance Manager software, which is available for download by customers who require support for legacy products within the previous Performance Manager ecosystem. Other than critical maintenance updates, no future versions of Performance Manager 1.9.x will be released.

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New in version 2.3:

New Features:
  • New speaker presets for all VTX Line Array systems
  • New multi-touch gestures
  • New Delete options
  • New keyboard shortcuts for Test System mode
  • New meters in Run Show mode
  • Improved user interface for Add Speakers dialogs
  • New speaker to amplifier association options

New in version 2.2:

New Features:
  • Array size can be adjusted without having to reconnect speakers to amplifiers:
    • Example: A 16x element array can be resized to a 12x element array using LAC-II. Speaker to amplifier connections remain intact
  • New inside-to-out wiring mode for subwoofer and distributed fill arrays
    • Delay and level adjustments are performed symmetrically
  • Performance Manager 2.2 and Audio Architect can now run on the same computer
    • Note: PM and AA should address a different set of devices
    • Example: Audio Architect is controlling BSS London devices and Performance Manager is controlling Crown I-Tech HD amplifiers
  • New Zoom keyboard shortcut
    • Use spacebar to Zoom to selected areas

Performance Improvements
  • Group EQ improvements:
    • EQ dragging is significantly faster for large systems
    • Opening time for the Group EQ panel has been reduced
  • Venue Zoom Improvements:
    • New Zoom animations for smoother transitions
    • Improved frame rate performance on lower-end computers
  • Navigation speed improvements:
    • Mode to mode switching is now faster
    • Going in and out of “Set Speaker Presets” is significantly faster
    • Group Selection is now faster
    • Going in and out of “Run Show” is faster
  • Muting/Unmuting for large systems is now instantaneous
  • Memory usage improvements

Updates to Measurement Integration
  • Improved display for RTA bars
  • Capture trace functionality improvements
  • New Reset Averages command (new keyboard shortcut: V)

Several/many bugs fixed.
  • Addressed a Zoom-in bug where PM would zoom too far
  • Deleting a speaker no longer deletes the entire user-group
  • Deleting speakers/circuits does not remove all circuits
  • Fixed issues with Device Locate functionality in Go Online mode
  • Discovered devices in Go Online mode are now displayed in alphanumerical order
  • Performance Manager firmware update functionality improvements. No need to re-enable bypassing the firewall after each new PM version update.

New in version 2.1.1:

  • Bug fixes:
    • Addressed an issue related to Generic Speaker creation
    • Performance Manager 2.1.1 and Audio Architect can now run on the same computer

New in version 2.1.0:

  • Measurement integration with Rational Acoustics SMAART 7/8
    • New measurement mode created for directly interfacing with SMAART and taking advantage of a wide variety of key features
    • Wireless access in PM to realtime measurement data is possible via wifi connection to SMAART host computer
    • The new mode can be switched on via the application options
  • Go-online mode Improvements:
    • Built-in NetSetter functionality including Clear Containers and Rescan Network commands
    • New side-by-side layout for more intuitive operation
    • Optimized rack and device organization for easier online device management
    • Improved “Locate Device” functionality with a dedicated ON/OFF button
    • The computer network adapter can now be selected from the Go Online page
  • New Select Input Sources mode functionality
    • Added Input Meters page
    • Added AES Trim page for gain matching digital audio signals to analog backups
    • Added Input Priority Status page to monitor current amplifier input source
    • Added AES Status page for real-time monitoring of PLL
  • User Group improvements:
    • User groups no longer follow template symmetry
    • This enables creation of more specific user groups for controlling key areas of array coverage
  • Line Array Control Panel updates (Array Calibration)
    • Filters are now grouped in Array-level and Circuit-level Filters
    • Default frequency values updated to reflect more optimal starting frequencies and filter types and improve consistency across VTX systems world-wide
    • Updated filter type options
  • Custom Rack improvements
    • Custom amplifier racks can now be created “on the fly” similar to Audio Architect with a simple drag-and-drop operation in order to address last-minute add-ons or similar situations
    • Amplifiers can be added to custom racks “on the fly”
    • It’s now possible to create custom rack layouts with more than 8x amplifiers (installs)
  • Add Speakers Mode improvements:
    • Speaker dialog graphics updated
    • Better support for M Series (no containers needed)
    • Improved F-series support (proper monitor mode now available)
  • New Run Show Mode Functionality
    • Added Input Priority Status page showing the active input
    • Added AES Status (sync) page
    • Added real-time Impedance readings to Load page
    • The ribbon UI is now interactive and some icons will change colors to indicate status
  • Line Array Calculator updates
    • Support for LAC Version 1.3
    • Improved import support – array circuiting now follows LAC
  • Error reporting tool
    • New build-in error reporting functionality
    • Sends anonymous usage and error data back to the development team
    • Users must opt-in
  • New Speaker Preset updates
    • New R3 V20/S25 presets with improved S25 protection
    • New R1.1 M Series presets with improved Bi-Amp performance
    • All speakers now get high-pass option
  • Preset support for CSX F35

  • Performance Improvements:
    • Going in and out of Set Speaker Presets mode is now faster
    • Performance and Memory use optimizations
    • Improved compatibility with Windows DPI settings
    • Added one more filter to Group EQ (total of 11)

  • Bug fixes:
    • High CPU usage when meters were running
    • Group EQ filters set to 1kHz getting lost
    • BW to Q conversion issues fixed in Group EQ graphs
    • Fixed opening file issue caused by Windows Localization settings
    • Fixed circuit level issue when combining 4-channel and 2-channel amplifiers in the same circuit

New in version 2.0.2:

  • Improved compatibility with Windows localization settings that was preventing opening Venue files in some scenarios

New in version 2.0.1:

  • Improved speaker preset database access
  • Improved Generic speaker functionality on Crown 4x3500HD amplifiers

New in version 2.0:

Key new features:

  • Performance Manager is now free of charge
      • No need for a key or online activation
  • New User Interface with a modern look and feel:
      • Contemporary flat look with consistent color palette
  • New simplified modes / Ribbon reorganized
      • Merged Calibrate Array and Tune System modes
      • Merged Add Amplifiers, Amplify Manually and Add Processors modes
  • Full support for Pen input on Windows 10 devices:
      • All Performance Manager UI elements can now be operated via Pen input on Windows devices that support pen
  • Infinite Canvas:
      • Racks and arrays can be moved in any direction as far as you want
      • The zoom tool will track updates
      • The navigator button and window have been removed
  • New drag and drop feature for Speaker Presets:
      • In the new and simplified Add Amps and DSP mode, speaker and amplifier channels can now be associated even if they are initially generated with mismatched types/labels
      • Drag and drop any speaker to any amplifier channel to create a connection
  • Greatly Simplified LAC Integration:
      • LAC is now a single step operation
      • The single step import function now includes all circuiting and DSP information
      • LAC within PM is now high DPi aware and works better on high resolution displays
  • EQ Improvements:
      • Group EQ: Individual filters or groups of EQ filters can now be transferred from one array to another using the new EQ copy-paste feature
      • Calibrate Arrays: Individual filters or groups of EQ filters can now be transferred from one array to another using the new EQ copy-paste feature
      • EQ adjustment handles are present only on selected/active EQsNew anti-slip function to prevent EQ filters from moving on accidental touch  
  • Networking improvements:
      • Device discovery immediately starts when the software starts -- this will expedite the matching operation
      • Networking options updated – PM now allows for selecting the specific Network adapter used for the system
  • Simplified Circuiting:
      • The unpredictable high performance/nominal/economy circuiting specifications are gone
        • Now simply specify the number of cabinets in a circuit
      • New “3-way + Sub Parallel” wiring mode for VRack 4x3500
  • Array volume control:
      • New master array level control allows for adjusting the level of an entire array and can take values from -100 to +20dB
      • Crown I-Tech HD firmware update is required for this feature to work
  • New delay scheme for Subwoofer Arrays:
      • New delay grouping for improved Electronic Delay Steering for Subwoofers arrays
      • Two independent delay adjustments are now possible - one for circuit-level EDS and one for the entire array
      • New master/EDS delay ON/OFF switches for easy control
  • System Meter Improvements:
      • Integrated gain reduction - the meters in Run Show mode now show both Output and Limiter Gain Reduction at the same time
      • Optimizations - Meters now run in a separate thread improving performance
  • New and improved system Grouping
      • The system grouping tree has been reworked to better group arrays based on the selected system template
  • New venue Layout tools
      • New object alignment options in design mode
      • Object location can now be adjusted in all design modes
  • Default rack selection
      • In the options you can specify what amplifier rack Performance Manager show use as the default option
      • Users can now set custom racks (non V-Racks) as the default rack
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
      • Ctrl + 0 – zoom to home
      • Ctrl + +/- – zoom in out
      • Spacebar – zoom to selected
      • Shift-mouse drag – constrained drag
      • Tab – next mode
      • Shift-Tab – previous mode
      • F2 – rename (where applicable)
      • Ctrl + up/down/left/right arrow – align edges
      • Ctrl + A – select all
      • Ctrl + S – Save
      • Ctrl + Shift + S – save as
      • Ctrl + O – open
  • Full support for JBL VTX M Series

  • New Crown Audio I-Tech HD Firmware

  • Firmware update required.
      • The Crown ITech 1200HD requires ITHD-1143.bnd
      • The Crown 4x3500HD requires ITHD4-10515.bnd
  • Removed
      • PM-2.0 is NOT backwards compatible with previous versions
      • Removed bandpass gains
      • Removed Limiter Adjustment
      • Removed original Crown I-Tech and MAi amplifiers
      • Removed STX series speakers
      • Removed various versions of array and stack templates in favor of simplified parameterized versions
  • Help File:

    Performance Manager is different from other software applications available on the market today in many ways.  To understand and to make the best use of the operation of the software, please take the time to read the Help File.

    The Help File can be accessed from the ‘?’ icon at the top right of the main application window.

New in version 1.9.3:

  • Removed Activation requirements, PM1.9.3 is now free
  • Removed progress bar when loading Venue files
  • Improvements on presets for generic speakers and go online
  • Fixed missing crossover for powered subs

New in version 1.9.2:

  • Fixed issue going to delay mode caused deadlock in some venue files

New in version 1.9.1:

  • Fixed issue that prevented running Performance Manager on Windows 10 machines or machines with .Net 4.6 installed
  • Fixed crash bugs in Line Array Calculator

New in version 1.9.0:

  • Full support for JBL VTX V20-DF
    • VTX V20 Down Fill presets are now available. For more information about the new presets please click here
  • Addressed issue where file saving would hang indefinitely in certain configurations.
  • Improved handling of input and output processing settings for generic speakers.
  • Delay Adjustment Improvements:
    • The delay values are now always displayed in ms (milliseconds).
    • The UP/DOWN delay button resolution is now set to 0.5ms
  • The Number pad improvements:
    • The display value is now always highlighted eliminating the need to press clear before entering a value
  • Improvements for the onscreen keyboard
  • Netsetter:
    • Netsetter is now integrated into the Go Online mode.
    • A Netsetter button is now available on the ribbon
  • Circuit mode improvements
    • Fixed bug where Nominal mode for V20 was not set to 3 x Boxes per circuit
    • Added nominal mode for S28/G28 when used with the 4HD amplifier
  • Master EQ Improvements:
    • Improved UI behavior to eliminate an issue were some PEQs will not show up in the user interface
  • Circuit EQ Improvements:
    • Circuit equalization is now only accessible via the Calibrate Arrays page
  • V-Rack UI improvements:
    • The scroll bar for the V-Rack mode selection box when the VRACK has been dragged into the venue space is now bigger and easier to utilize
  • Limiter UI improvements:
    • Peak limiters controls have been removed 
  • VTX V20 Passive presets:
    • Passive presets have been reworked for 2-Channel amplifiers
  • VTX S25 Ground Stack UI improvements
    • Removed the VTX V20 AF in ground stack situations
  • JBL LACII new features:
    • Improved algorithms for predicting coverage of large VTX V20 arrays in tension or compression suspension modes.
    • New calculations to improve prediction of compressed VTX V20 and V25-II-CS arrays when suspended from a single point.

New in version 1.8.6:

It is recommended that PM 1.8.4 or 1.8.5 are uninstalled, and all files which contain VTX V25-II or VTX V25-II-CS arrays must be recreated, starting from a fresh Performance Manager file. We apologize for this inconvenience, but this is necessary in order to utilize new VTX V25-II R1.3 presets.

  • Addressed an issue where JBL VTX V25-II and VTX V25-II-CS would have incorrect default input router settings
  • Crown I-Tech 4x3500HD Firmware is included – this *must* be installed in order for Performance Manager to function properly
  • In rare configurations Performance Manager would not complete saving files - this process has been optimized to address the issue

New in version 1.8.4:

  • Full support for JBL VerTec DrivePack DP-DA V5 R1 speaker presets
    •  NOTE: In order to run JBL VerTec DrivePack DP-DA V5 presets please ensure that the following requirements are met:
    • All units are updated to DPDA-1103.bnd firmware or higher
    • All units have been upgraded to current hardware specifications (refer to JBL Pro Technical Bulletin TB-053 for complete details)
    • See the readme file for further information regarding firmware and hardware requirements
  • JBL VTX V25-II and VTX V25-II-CS
    • New V5 presets
    • Full JBL LAC II support

New in version 1.8.3:

  • Line Array Calculator / VTZ V25-CS
    • Compression suspension can be implemented on VTX V25 cabinets equipped with the optional VTX-V25-CS-K compression suspension kit and VTX-V25-PB Pull Back, VTX-V25-LH Lever Hoist accessories
    • Note: VTX V25 enclosures that are equipped with the new, optional VTX-V25-CS-K compression suspension kit are referred to as V25-CS
  • New Crown I-Tech HD firmware version
  • Updates to VTX S25 speaker presets
  • A number of other minor issues resolved
  • EQ graphs now have A/B ability (save and undo state)

New in version 1.8:

  • Support for JBL VTX V20 and S25 speakers
  • VTX V20 can be configured in both Active and Two-way Passive modes
  • VTX-V20-AF Array Frame, VTX-V20-AF-EB Extension Bar and VTX-V20-PB Pull Back accessories added to JBL Line Array Calculator
  • JBL Line Array Calculator help file included VTX V20 suspension procedure guidelines (compression and tension modes)VTX V20 presets available for Short Throw, Long Throw, Extra Long Throw (ST, LT, XLT) operating modes and the following VTX subwoofer combinations:
  • New circuiting functionality
    • 60, 80, 120 Hz sub/low processing for VTX V20 and VTX S25
    • 60, 80 Hz sub/low processing for VTX V20 and VTX G28 or S28 subwoofers
    • VTX S25 60-120 presets for use with V20 in 120 Hz mode and G28 or S28 in 60 Hz mode
    • Cardioid preset support for all of the above subwoofer models and crossover options
  • Distributed Fills now circuit inside-to-out in a more comprehensive manner. The center-fill circuits inside to out within the fill group
  • Meters that were previously rendered horizontally are now rendered vertically adding consistency and readability
  • Ground-stacks-on-end left/center/right is now more distinct and easier to configure
  • EQ graphs now have A/B ability (save and undo state)

New in version 1.7:

  • Support for JBL VTX F Series speakers
  • New circuiting functionality
    • Circuits for Ground Stacks on-end are built in an inside-to-out (on-stage-to-off) fashion
    • Center stacks mirror their circuit configuration
    • The circuit jumpers of cardioid subs are separated so non-consecutive circuiting and more economical cardioid triplets can be created
    • Crown VRACK 12000 amplifier channels are now automatically associated with sub bandpasses by using channel 1 of all three amplifiers before associating with channel 2
    • Automatic mirroring applies to more parameters: delay, bandpass gain, circuit level attenuation, limiter reduction
  • Online matching now has the option of preserving the physical device addresses and making the virtual device in Performance Manager receive the HiQnet address from the networked device
    • This option in available in the options dialog under the networking section
  • In Amplify Manually mode the associations can be made directly by dragging speaker bandpasses to amplifier channels or vice versa
    • The original method still remains
  • A fix has been implemented so that online-mode parameter values (delay, EQ, bandpass gain) are not lost when the speaker preset is changed
  • It is now possible to use circuit jumpers to mute individual circuits
  • The circuit jumper now shows the mute state for the circuit
  • Templates for Ground Stacks have been substantially changed
    • It is now possible to select any number of column or row stacks
    • Selecting an odd number of Ground Stacks on-end will create a center stack that circuits inside to out within itself
  • Templates for Distributed Fills can have any number of fills
  • In Tune System mode the delay spinners are broken out into fine (21 microseconds) and course (0.5 milliseconds) bump amounts (arrows)
  • The impedance report in Test System has been updated
  • The Array Configuration dialog now has an ‘auto’ VRACK wiring mode option – selecting this will allow Performance Manager to decide the most economical use of VRACKS and can be used instead of the Advanced tab for complex scenarios
  • Powered speakers can now have user-specified addressing

Bugs fixed

  • For powered DPDA devices the input fader was incorrectly hooked up in 1.6 and 1.6.1 versions (earlier versions were fine)
    • This could be seen in Test System mode signal generation on the main fader and applying array shading from Line Array Calculator
  • A number of muting and selection issues have been addressed
  • Muting is more explicit
  • Issues with going to Device view have been addressed
  • Rules regarding reversing subwoofers have been improved
    • The rules within Line Array Calculator remain master
  • Several issues with user-specified addressing have fixed
  • A few issues with Line Array Calculator and saving and loading files have been fixed


  • In online modes, if a dbx DriveRack 4800 goes offline and comes back online it was set to send device state which caused a mute to happen as the device state was updated
    • This behavior has been changed for the dbx DriveRack 4800 only – in this scenario Performance Manager will receive the dbx DriveRack 4800’s device state and not mute
  • Subwoofers can no longer be put into distributed fills
  • I-Tech 4x3500HD firmware has been updated
  • In Set Speaker Tunings mode, the defaults for Throw have been changed
  • Speed of muting has been optimized
  • Speed of going into Device view has been optimized

New in version 1.6:

  • New I-Tech HD 4x3500 firmware version 1042 – this is a critical update for front display operation
  • In Test System mode, the Group muting controls are available as well as the Signal Generator controls
  • Each Array / Ground Stack now has its own mute button to enable left / right testing and tuning
  • When selecting groups within the Group list, the affected speakers are highlighted in the main workspace to aid navigation
  • New Array / Ground Stack Auto Amplify button to help guide automatic amplification
  • Amplification of Arrays / Ground Stack is now possible from the Configure Array dialog
  • Delay for Arrays and Ground Stacks is now completely separate from subwoofer / EDS delay)
    • The delay product panels now show the two separate delay values
    • Note: I-Tech Series and MAi Series amplifiers do not have this ability
    • Bug fixed: delay configuration will not be corrupted when launching / closing Line Array Calculator having been online
  • New library clean-up tool
    • Custom Racks and Generic Speakers are archived in both the performance file and on disk - over time these libraries can accumulate and lead to inadvertently large files
    • A new ‘Clean’ button has been added to both Add Speakers and Add Amplifiers modes to remove Custom Racks and Generic Speakers not in the current file from both the file itself as well as the disk library

Bugs fixed in version 1.6

  • Delay setting of zero no longer sent to amplifiers having been online and returning to Line Array Calculator
  • Cleaned up display of Racks and Arrays and minor bugs with duplicate names
  • File marked as ‘edited’ in several missing places in order to correctly prompt for saving changes
  • Fixes for bugs for user-specified amplifier addresses when adding amplifiers
  • Fix for incorrect delay values being sent to amplifiers when using mixed Arrays of 2-channel I-Tech HD Series and I-Tech HD 4x3500 amplifiers
  • Updates to amplifier / bandpass selection and muting
  • Switching the delay units radio button to ‘feet’ on a small display no longer makes the ‘meters’ and ‘seconds’ radio buttons disappear
  • Additional stability to prevent rare Line Array Calculator from hanging / crashing

Bugs fixed in version 1.6.1

  • Impedance showing 0 in Test System mode fixed
  • Angles reset after closing and re-opening Line Array Calculator fixed
  • Shelving filters displaying incorrectly in Line Array Calculator fixed
  • Occurrences of VRACKs not being matched properly fixed

New in version 1.5:

  • Support for JBL VRX Series loudspeakers
  • Support for JBL STX Series loudspeakers
  • JBL Version 5 Preset Data for VerTec Series models VT4887A / VT4887, VT4886 and VT4883
  • Custom Racks can now be designed with mixed Crown amplifier models
  • Custom Racks can now be designed to include any number of  Crown amplifiers up to a maximum of eight
  • New amplifier sleep-mode utility
  • Now possible to open a Performance Manager file and send the configuration directly to the network rather than just receive from the network
  • Support for single-channel subwoofers improved
  • Polarity and delay values set in online modes are now properly updated in the integrated JBL Line Array Calculator 

New in version 1.1:

  • Support for the Crown VRACK 4x3500 with full integration into the Performance Manager workflow
  • JBL V5 Preset Data for VerTec VT4889 (V5 R1) and VerTec VT4888 (V5 R1)
    • Short Throw (ST) and Long Throw (LT) preset support for VT4888 and VT4889, with HF shelving characteristics that are consistent with VTX V25
    • Sub / low preset (X, 60, 80) support for VT4888 and VTX G28, S28 subwoofers
    • Cardioid preset (X, 60, 80) support for VT4882, VT4880, VT4880A subwoofers
    • Cardioid preset (X, 60, 80) support for VT4880 and VTX S28
    • Cardioid preset (X, 60, 80) support for VT4880A and VTX S28
    • Revised limiter thresholds
    • The VTX V25 R1.1 release for Crown Audio IT12000HD includes minor changes to subwoofer model limiter thresholds
  • JBL V5 Preset Data VTX V25 (V5 R 1.1) release for Crown Audio I-T12000 HD
    • Minor changes to subwoofer model limiter thresholds
  • JBL V5 Preset Data VTX V25 (V5 R 1.2) release for Crown Audio I-T4x3500 HD
    • Minor changes to subwoofer model limiter thresholds and introduces extra long throw (XLT) support
  • Network sharing is now always on
  • Significant bug fixes:
    • Amplifying user-defined speaker with factory-defined speaker is now possible in same amplifier
    • Occasional fail on export of user-defined speakers fixed
    • Occasional crash on entering “Edit Groups” mode fixed
    • Gain reduction meter now shows maximum reduction

Performance Manager 2.1.1 supported devices:

  • JBL VTX Series V25, V25-II, V20, S25, G28 and S28 models
  • JBL VTX F Series
  • JBL CSX F35
  • JBL VTX M Series
  • JBL VRX Series
  • JBL powered VerTec Series [with DP-DA installed]
  • JBL passive VerTec Series
  • Crown I-Tech HD Series
  • Crown VRACK 12000
  • Crown VRACK 4x3500
  • dbx DriveRack® 4800 / 4820

System Requirements

Supported Operating Systems:
  • 64-bit versions of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10

Minimum Performance Guidelines:
  • CPU: 64 bit dual core @ 2.0GHz or better
  • RAM: 4GB

Optimal Performance Guidelines:
  • CPU: 64 bit dual core @ 2.50 GHz or better
  • RAM: 8GB or more
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 or above
  • Storage: SSD

Performance Manager 2.3.3

JBL® Performance Manager 2.3™ is a next-generation software application designed to configure networked audio systems for corporate and live concert sound events, as well as systems within performance venues such as theatres or houses of worship. It dramatically reduces design time, simplifies networking and automates control interface configuration.

Performance Manager 1.9.3

JBL® Performance Manager 1.9.3™ is the legacy version of Performance Manager software, which is available for download by customers who require support for legacy products within the previous Performance Manager ecosystem. Other than critical maintenance updates, no future versions of Performance Manager 1.9.x will be released.

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