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|System Type||Portable line array with powered mixer|
|Maximum SPL||118 dB peak system output (pink noise)|
|Frequency Range||37.5 Hz to 18.5 kHz|
|Frequency Response||45 Hz to 18 kHz|
|LF Driver||LF: 1x 10" / 254 mm woofer|
|Coverage Pattern||100º x 50º nominal|
|HF Driver||HF: 6x 2" drivers|
|Power||Switchable Power Supply: 100-120 VAC, 220-240 VAC 50/60 Hz|
|Grille Material||Powder coated perforated steel|
|Weight||40.8 lbs / 18.51 kg|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||23.3 x 14.5 x 17" / 593 x 369 x 434 mm|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||30.5 x 24.9 x 20.3"|
|Package Weight||57.5 lb|
|Limiter||On-board DSP limiting and tuning|
|Signal Indicator||Limit: Yellow LED indicates limiter active condition|
|Output Connectors||Monitor Outputs: 2x RCA jacks (stereo)|
|Bluetooth||Channels 5-6: Bluetooth audio streaming|
|Input Impedance||Channels 1-2 Combo XLR: 40 kOhms balanced Channels 1-2 Combo TRS: 40 kOhms balanced Channels 3-4 TRS: 20 kOhms balanced Channels 3-4 RCA: 5 kOhms unbalanced Channels 5-6 3.5 mm: 10 kOhms unbalanced|
|Channels||Channels 1-2: XLR-1/4" / 6.35 mm jack combo connectors (XLR is a mic level input, 1/4" is a line level input) Channels 3-4: 2x 1/4"/ 6.35 mm balanced TRS jacks (stereo) and 2x RCA jacks (stereo) Channels 5-6: Stereo 1/8" / 3.5 mm jack|
|Input Connectors||6 inputs (2 Mono Mic/Line, 2 x Stereo)|
|EQ Section||Channels 1 & 2: Individual bass and treble controls, center detent, ±12 dB cut and boost|
|System Power||System Power Rating LF: 250 W HF: 130 W|
For transport and storage, the top speaker and two extending columns can be stashed away in the back of the subwoofer enclosure.
I just received Eon One- and I heard how difficult it was to get the attached column pices apart. I had to pull so hard I hit myself in the cheek causing a good bit of bleeding- be warned- this is a ridiculous situation and I read about it and eas beung careful and still ended up hurt Great sound-...
I do own this unit. I connect my Mackie mixer to it via TSR inputs into the mic/line inputs. The clarity of the sound is excellent. Bluetooth works fine so often just to enjoy music I will connect my smartphone and listen to Pandora or whatever, on it.
I have a 5 piece classic rock band. We don’t get to loud but we do want clarity in the vocals. Everyone in the band sings so we have 5 mics going. I wanted a monitor system that didn’t take up to much stage space so I did a lot of reading of reviews and I didn’t find much about using the Eonone for...
The sound quality is amazing, the dispersion makes a monitor not needed. Both live sound and DJ' ing the accuracy is amazing.A wish list item would be an app to control the mixer from iphone
Yes, they are the truth, real clean, and I love the bass, easy to move from please to please, perfect for small Spaces, just a overall Great Thing to have as a DJ...
Yes! And that's a Yes! This thing sounds amazing. After carrying around speakers, stands, mixers and amps for decades, this thing is heaven. I play in bars and private gigs and have never run this unit above 4 on the volume. Multiple comments from bar owners and patrons about how good it sounds.
I've had my JBL Eon One for almost a year now and it is holding up very well. I play solo acoustic shows inside & outside various restraunts/clubs, more than loud enough. Only have smal nitpicks about it but I am easily the quickest to set up according to my venue managers.
Solid bass, crystal clear highs. Though I would NOT advertise this as a 6 channel unit. Only two channels are complete with preamps/eq/effects. At LEAST two more channels would have been nice, especially for a duo. We get around that problem by using a small mixer.
this is a great product. blue tooth background music. outdoor inconspicuous speaker for preacher. brides brother want to sing a song but best man plays guitar. I may need two more
I bought the JBL Eon One for karaoke use so primarily run stereo music tracks into it as well as professional vocal mics. As others have noted all over the web the mic / line XLR / 1/4 combo inputs are incredibly weak if you are plugging microphones directly into them.