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JBL Eon15 G2 Powered Cabinet
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The flagship in JBL's Eon line, the JBL Eon15 G2 Powered Cabinet pumps 300W to a 15" neodymium Differential Drive LF driver. The HF amp delivers 100W...Click To Read More About This Product
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More than twice the power of the Eon 15P!
The flagship in JBL's Eon line, the JBL Eon15 G2 Powered Cabinet pumps 300W to a 15" neodymium Differential Drive LF driver. The HF amp delivers 100W to a 1.75" titanium diaphragm compression driver with ferrofluid cooling. Eon's input section allows both mic and line level inputs. In addition, the new Loop/Mix output allows you to daisy-chain Eon speakers or send signal directly to the main PA. 17"W x 27"H x 17-1/2"D. 46 lbs.
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12 years and still OK
I got four of these over a decade ago. Various bands have used and abused them since 1996. I blew one LF driver, which JBL fixed under warranty. After the warranty expired,...Read complete review
I got four of these over a decade ago. Various bands have used and abused them since 1996. I blew one LF driver, which JBL fixed under warranty. After the warranty expired, (5 years) I smoked a HF driver. Other than that, no problems. Now, after twelve years of wholesale punishment, they still work and sound fine. They are scuffed, scraped, scratched and smoke-covered. The grills have been dented and pulled back numerous times.They have been dropped off of seven-foot stages. They have been baked and frozen in cargo-vans.I have used them for numerous demanding applications including, LOUD guitar amplification, keyboards, drum monitors and bass extension cabs.These things have performed thousands of hours at nearly full volume. After all that,the fact that they still work at all is testimony to the quality components, design and construction. The fact that they still sound good is amazing!JBL was a better company before it was swallowed by Harman, but they still make good products. The fact they are slightly over-priced has to do more with the declining dollar and Harman's corporate-greed than anything else. Even with that, they are still worth buying. That is the highest praise any equipment can get.
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Very powerful, easy to transport, good features for ease of use, but the bottom line is is that it's noisy. Called JBL and they said that that was normal behavior for that product...Read complete review
Very powerful, easy to transport, good features for ease of use, but the bottom line is is that it's noisy. Called JBL and they said that that was normal behavior for that product and not to expect studio quality. For that price I expect studio quality - sorry!I will use as long as I have but will be keeping my eyes open for something with similar features that will be much quieter.
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Great speakers with a decent price. Def need a sub with them cause the low end isn't great, and the size of the room may cut down on how effective they are (clip when used outside - not recommended). For small to medium jobs, these things bump.
I have been using these now for a couple of months in small to medium gigs. If the room is hopping, then you wont notice the noise on idle, however in a quiter setting, or where there is a large amount of spoken content, the hum can become very anoying. Stage 2 power conditioning knocked the noise in half, but even on a straight UPS, the noise is still there!!!
I'm a one man midi gigger, and from the 1st gig I could feel the quality of sound. Many people commented throughout the evening on how great the music sounded, not harsh, but very smooth, and nobody was yelling at me to turn it down!! I'm very pleased with the speakers:)
Have had these for about 6 months and let me let tell you one thing..you will not go wrong buying these speakers . I have done mobile set ups in a basketball court size room and only running about half power and everyone was on the dance floor and they were inpressed with the bass they put out...like any product , you get what you pay for and these are well worth the money.
we've owned these speakers for 6 years now and we've never had to have them serviced. i actually dropped one off a 6 foot speaker pole stand and i plugged it in and it still worked great! we've also used the mackie 450's and we've had multiple issues with those speakers with buzzing noise and many trips to the service department.
Very good units, amp fuse requires a full strip to access it.
I've played (I'm Hammon organ player) on these speakers with my blues & jazz band and they are rather the best I've found after greatest JBL products like HLA or state of the art JBL VERTEC.Great musician like Larry Carlton only play with EON like monitors around the world. Bass are punchy, medium fabulous, and treble very fine. No problem after 3 hours of concert, there is still the same power and dynamic sound. A great reference, The best for me. Another important thing: JBL is a real manufactory while many other only assemble components from many origins and do copy of JBL !!
I bought these to do sound for private events, now they are in a warehouse, main sound for a rave.
I have searched the world over for a perfect sound for my Yamaha DTXplorer electronic drum set....Fender PA's along with subwoofers, Roland KC-550, etc. I bought the Roland KC-550 and the cymbals/hats sounded HORRIBLE. I took the Roland back after jamming with my band and traded it for this puppy. Let me tell you something.....This speaker cab makes my kit sound just like an acoustic drum set. The cymbals sound real, and the bass drum is thumping. The snare sounds just like a real one, everything does! Wonderful product. I can also send mic'd guitar cabs and vocals to this thing and it just keeps pumping...All those 400 watts. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
I bought my EON G2 3 months ago, primarily to use with my Digitech GNX4 Effects Processor. The sound is incredible, and this set-up has completely replaced my Marshall Half-Stack. The EQ is minimal, which is perfect for my application (Hi-Frequency & Lo-Frequence adjustments...that's it). It's also set up with some mixing cababilities....GNX4 into one of the 1/4", my iPod into the other 1/4", and a microphone into the XLR connection. I've used it as my main as well as a monitor, and it's extremely sturdy, as well as quiet. It's a little pricey, but I think I've gotten my money's worth out of it....highly recommended!