JBL EON 315 Portable Self-Powered 15", Two-Way, Bass-Reflex Design
The EON315 is a 15-inch, two-way, powered, portable speaker system. It is a complete self contained sound reinforcement system, capable of full-bandwidth reproduction at high levels with the added benefit of a microphone pre-amp enabling the direct connection of a dynamic microphone. The EON315 is comprised of a 380 mm (15 in) JBL woofer, a 25.4 mm (1 in) neodymium high frequency compression driver coupled to a 100° H by 60° V waveguide. Both components are driven by the discrete channels of a 280 watt Class-D integrated power amplifier. The input section contains all cross-over functions, protection, and system EQ functionality.
Features : Specifications :
280 watt Powered Speaker System
Light Weight. True portability weighing only 15.9 kg (35 lb)
Multiple handles for easy transport
15" JBL low-frequency driver
1" throat diameter next generation JBL neodymium compression driver
Efficient Class-D digital amplifier technology
100° H x 60° V asymmetrical wave guide for uniform audience coverage
Line level and direct microphone input capability
Selectable Pre-engineered EQ settings
Loop thru signal flow for extended system application and easy “daisy-chain” connections
Integrated M10 suspension points for easy rigging
Multi angle enclosure for main or monitor applications
Integrated 36 mm pole mount socket with stabilizing securing screw
Highly designed composite enclosures for durability, lightweight, and acoustic performance
System Power Rating : 280 W continuous 560 W peak
Frequency Range (-10 dB) : 38 Hz - 20 kHz (EQ in ‘Flat’ position)
Dimensions (H x W x D) : 685 mm x 438 mm x 366 mm (27 in x 17.3 in x 14.4 in)
Frequency Response (±3 dB) : 50 Hz - 18 kHz (EQ in ‘Flat’ position)
Coverage Pattern : 100° H x 60° V nominal
Maximum SPL : 127 dB
Net Weight : 15.9 kg (35 lb)
Live sound reinforcement, speech and vocals, music playback in entertainment, A/V, and institutional venues – especially when ease of use and portability are important factors.
Amplification and monitoring for electronic musical instruments.
Everywhere you need to be heard.