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JBL EON10 G2 Powered PA Speaker Cabinet
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With hefty power, superior fidelity, and a 3-input mini-mixer, the JBL EON10 G2 Speaker Cabinet is a rugged and capable performer in small PA and AV ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A flexible active PA cab design with excellent fidelity and an on-board mini mixer.
With hefty power, superior fidelity, and a 3-input mini-mixer, the JBL EON10 G2 Speaker Cabinet is a rugged and capable performer in small PA and AV applications and sound systems.
The PA speaker's built-in amplifier delivers 125W for driving the improved 10" woofer with neodymium magnet while 50W drive the 1" compression driver with titanium diaphragm and ferro-fluid cooling resulting in high-quality sonic performances. Combined with the EONSUB G2 powered Subwoofer the EON10 offers a full-range PA system for small to medium events and venues.
The 3-input mini mixer permits flexible speaker configuration while an additional XLR output lets your daisy-chain multiple EON speakers. The JBL Thermomaster Total Thermal Management System keeps the EON 10 cool without the use of heat sinks or fans helping to assure long life.
A versatile speaker cabinet design allows you use the EON 10 in many ways. As an FOH speaker, the EON 10 can be placed on a flat horizontal surface, mounted on speaker stands for improved projection, or placed securely on the EONSUB Subwoofer. The JBL speaker's angled back allows it to be also used as a stage monitor.
- 125W drives 10" woofer with neodymium magnet
- 50W drives 1" compression driver with titanium diaphragm and ferro-fluid cooling
- Combines with EONSUB G2 powered Subwoofer for a full-range small to medium PA system
- 3-input mini mixer for flexible speaker configuration
- Additional XLR output for daisy-chaining multiple EON speakers
EON10 G2 Powered PA Speaker Cabinet
- Freq. Range (-10 dB): 65 Hz - 18 kHz
Freq. Response (±3 dB): 90 Hz - 16 kHz
Horiz. Coverage (-6 dB): 90 nominal
Vert. Coverage (-6 dB): 60 nominal
Rated Maximum SPL: 117 dB, @ 1 m (3.3 ft)
Dimensions (H x W x D): 493 mm x 356 mm x 307 mm (19.4 in x 14.0 in x 12.1 in.)
Net Weight: 10.4 kg (23 lbs.)
LF Driver: Integral frame with one 10"(254 mm) driver, dual neodymium magnet, 1.5"Differential-Drive voice coil.
HF Driver: JBL2412 1"(throat diameter) compression driver with titanium diaphragm. Ferro-fluid cooled.
Amplifier Power LF: 125 watts @ low-frequency driver impedance
Amplifier Power HF: 50 watts @ high-frequency driver impedance.
Input 1 Sensitivity: -48 dBu to 0 dBu for rated output (Mic/Line switch in MIC position) -6 dBu to +20 dBu for rated output (Mic/Line switch in LINE position)
Input 2 & 3 Sensitivity: -12 dBu to +20 dBu for rated output
Output Level: +26 dBu (peak), Loop/Mix switch in MIX position
Input 1: XLR/F, balanced Audio Connectors Input 2 & 3: Single TRS 1/4"Phone Crossover Freq: 2.7 kHz Loop/Mix Out: XLR/M, balanced.
AC Input: 110 - 230 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz, 100 watts rating per UL, detachable IEC power cable
Reviewed by 11 customers
After extensive research I settle on the Eon 10's, and was not dissapointed. Perfect for small stage setups, and nice stand alone mixing capabilty.I ran a Kawaii digital piano and an acoustic guitar together into one, and sounded outstanding- crisp, nice presence. Average power capability, but for the loner musician these are perfect. Definately will buy the matching sub when I can afford it-. You cant go wrong with these, If you outgrow them, they make perfect stage monitors.
We have been using them for 3 years for small bars and restaurant gigs or as monitors when we break out the 15's. Very Flexible, I have used it as a portable PA on the street downtown and at party's. The sound is great, make sure to buy the bags as well, our's still look new.
I use them as stage monitors for our church. Incredibly loud and clear sound from a small speaker. You can't go wrong with these.
Bought a single JBL EON10 G2 Powered PA Speaker Cabinet to use as a powered monitor speaker out of our mixer. We are an acoustic group with guitar, mandolin, and bass. This speaker is really flexible with it's design to be either mounted on a stand, sat on a table, or used on the floor as a monitor. We've used it now for three gigs as a monitor and it provides clear, clean, pristine audio for vocals and instruments. I previewed this speaker against the Mackie SRM350 2-Way Powered Speaker and the JBL won hands down! The Mackie seemed really "muddy" to my ears, when doing a side by side comparison. For monitor purposes, you want something without a lot of bottom end and you want clarity. The JBL performed circles around the Mackie equilvalent!If you're looking for a lot of bottom end though, this might not be the speaker you want. I'd leave the bottom end to those 15" and 18" boys of your choice, though! This is a quality powered speaker from JBL!
I am the "sound man" and tuba player for our Ragtime and Traditional Jazz group (together since 1961). Since we play primarily single engagements, I appreciate minimal equipment weight and set-up time as well as good sound. Last year my top priority was to find sound equipment having significantly less weight and size, and with good sound quality. We won on both counts, and the JBL EON10 G2 pair was also less expensive than our previous sound system.
What a GREAT piece of gear! It is worth every penny! Can be used as a monitor or a PA speaker. This monitor is a dream for a vocalist. I can only imagine what an entire JBL G2 system would sound like.
Gigged many times with a pair of these as my main PA speakers. They look nice, are virtually silent, and don't really weigh more than non-powered speakers.
Have 2 of these along with a JBL JRX powered sub with crossover. These speakers are very loud for being so small and very very lite. Very heavy Duty. I trip out on howloud these things are for their size and how crystal clear they are. Use them for DJing and everyone always compliments on how loud and clean they sound. Definitely go for these.
I have a pair of the 1st generation EON 10s, and am preparing to purchase a G2 to round out my system. My band just aquired a pair of EON 15 G2s and they are PHENOMENAL! I HIGHLY recommend JBL equipment in general and their EONs in particular. We also use a pair of three-way SR cabs (15", 8", horn) for mains, along with a sub from a local company. You can't go wrong with JBL.
This monitor is nice for small gigs receptions and churches althought I have been haveing a bit of a buzz problem with it...