JBL EON10 G2
Powered 10" Portable Loudspeaker System
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|Overview||The new EON10 G2 compact powered speaker features a 10" woofer, increased power and a three input mini-mixer. The EON10 G2 is ideal for AV applications, smaller musical and spoken word performances and, when combined with the new EONSUB G2 powered subwoofer, provides a full range sound system for small and medium sized events.
The first generation EON10 was very popular, not only with musicians, but with hotels, meeting planners, AV companies and just about any application where portable compact sound reinforcement was needed. Its successor, EON10 G2 offers more power, more flexibility and a refined appearance that will make it even more appropriate for its many types of users.
The EON10 G2 has more power than the first generation EON10, with 125 watts for low frequencies and 50 watts for the highs. The 10" Differential Drive low frequency driver uses a neodymium magnet for light weight and reduced distortion. The one-inch JBL 2412 compression driver for the high frequencies includes a titanium diaphragm and ferro-fluid cooling.
The EON10 G2 shares the same appearance improvements with its larger companion EON15 G2, including new black exterior material and a mini-mixer with three inputs. An additional XLR output allows EON Speakers to be daisy-chained together. As with other EON G2 speakers, the EON10 G2 is kept cool, not by heatsinks or fans, but by JBL's Thermomaster Total Thermal Management System.
With its versatile cabinet design, the EON10 G2 can be used in several different ways. As a front of house speaker, the EON10 G2 can sit on a flat horizontal surface or be raised in the air using standard tripod speaker stands.
The cabinet has also been designed to let the EON10 G2 be snugly placed atop the EONSUB G2 for added volume and extended bandwidth. In addition, the angled back of the speaker allows its use as a vocal or instrument monitor on stage.
Live sound reinforcement, speech, vocals, and music playback in entertainment, A/V, and institutional venues - especially when ease of use, audio quality and portability are important factors.
Amplification, mixing, and monitoring for electronic and electro-acoustic instruments.