• 500W continuous (RMS) output with 1000W peak for a clear quality sound output
• An single active speaker with a built-in amplifier
• Ideal for a venue of virtually any size with a 52Hz-20kHz frequency range
• Two 6.35mm jacks and XLR inputs to give you a maximum compatibility with audio inputs
• An XLR output is built in to allow you to connect this speaker directly with another
• Built Built-in equaliser
• 36mm top hat mount compatible
• 10 inch high frequency driver andtwo-way speaker system
• Bluetooth control allows you to use your iPhone or Android smartphone as a remote controlBluetooth control app for Android and iOS
How powerful is this speaker?
Get great sound in any sized venue with this 1000W peak output speaker. Thanks to a 500W continuous (RMS) output and 110 degree coverage, you can cover even more area per speaker. Stand the speaker by itself, use it on its side, stack several up or with its built-in top hat mount you can connect the speaker to a 35mm top hat pole (not included) for a raised position . With four handles it’s easier to move the speaker where you want it.
What connections does this speaker have?
Connect mixers, microphones and live level devices using the two XLR or 1/4 inch (6.35mm) jack sockets. The EON 610 has a combined socket so you can use either an XLR or 1/4 inch (6.35mm) jack in each of the two sockets. You can even add another speaker for stereo sound using the XLR loop through.
Can I connect to this speaker wirelessly?
Use your phone or tablet as a remote control with the EON connect app for Android or iOS devices. Control your bass and treble, master volume and EQ and connect to up to four speakers over Bluetooth. You can even save your favourite settings. This speaker does not support Bluetooth audio.
Does this speaker require an amplifier?
This active speaker uses a class D amplifier to power the speaker. Connect a mixer or other devices directly to your speaker to listen to them. The EON 610 uses a mains IEC cable for power.
What is the difference between RMS and peak output?
RMS, which measures a speaker’s average power output, will allow you to compare various speakers of a similar size regardless of brand. The peak output is the maximum power the speaker can handle from the amplifier.