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|Package Weight||46.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||30.75 x 18.5 x 16.0"|
|Frequency Range||46.8 Hz - 20 kHz, (-10 dB)|
|Frequency Response||50.8 Hz - 20 kHz, (±3 dB)|
|Coverage Pattern||90° x 50°|
|System Type||Self powered 15" (381 mm), two-way, bass-reflex|
|Power Rating||1000 W (2 x 500 W)|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||27.88 x 16.88 x 14.50" (708.03 x 428.63 x 368.30 mm)|
|Weight||39.00 lb (17.69 kg)|
|Max SPL Level||127 dB|
I bought these to use in church and they definitely deliver the punch at every level. Great highs, robust lows, and amazing clarity
This is an awesome speaker with some serious bass. The sound quality and clarity is excellent! I used it as a DJ as a single speaker for an outdoor pool party and the sound was perfect; didn't even need a second speaker or a sub. The weight is very manageable and easy for one person to carry.
I pre-ordered the new JBL EON 615 speakers almost 6 months ago when they were announced, but they kept getting delayed and the shipping date kept getting pushed back. I should have canceled my order and went with a different speaker, but I wanted so bad to love these new speakers.
These do the job. Don't rely on them to do any heavy coverage at high spl. Great for talking heads though
a pair of these is all I need to cover a huge space pretty evenly. won't need a sub except in a larger outdoor venue.
I use these speakers for small events and they're just awesome!! The sound quality is amazing!
These bad boys pump. And the bluetooth control is just a bonus.
The JBL EON 600 series represents a new generation of self-powered speakers that redefines portability and price performance ratio.Two aspects that stands out immediately after listening to these speakers.The first aspect is, they sound amazingly good, detailed & refined.
This is a downgrade in the EON speakers. The speaker before this is the 515XT which is a super speaker. But they stopped making those and now they make these, and it's a downgrade. First of all, the SPL is 127. It used to be 132. Why would they do that? Secondly, it's a little bit heavier.
White noise and expensive