• 500W continuous (RMS) output with 1000W peak for a clear quality sound output
• Single active speaker with a built-in amplifier
• Ideal for a venue of virtually any size with a 39Hz-20kHz frequency range
• Two 6.35mm jack 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-in equaliser
• 36mm top hat mount compatible
• 15 inch two-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?
Reach a peak output of 1000W with this JBL EON615 speaker. Great for use in any sized venue, it pumps out sound with a 500W continuous (RMS) output and a 90 degree coverage pattern. You can use the speaker upright or on its side. The unit also includes a top hat mount which can be connected to a 35mm pole (not included) for a raised setup. It’s easy to find the perfect position for the speaker as four built-in handles help you move it around.
What connections does this speaker have?
Connect your mixers, line level devices or microphone direct to your active speaker. The EON615 has two combined XLR and 1/4 inch (6.35mm) jack sockets that can be used with either XLR or ¼ inch (6.35mm) jacks. Connect to another speaker as well with a XLR loop though.
Can I connect to this speaker wirelessly?
The speaker can be controlled from your smartphone or tablet. Compatible with Android and iOS, you can adjust bass and treble control, master volume control and EQ. You can control up to four speakers at the same time from the app and save your favourite EQ setting. This speaker does not support Bluetooth audio.
Does this speaker require an amplifier?
This JBL speaker is an active speaker with a class D amplifier built in to power the speaker. You can connect your mixer or mic directly to the speaker to listen to it. The speaker uses a standard mains IEC power lead 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.