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JBL EON ONE

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All-In-One PA System with 6-channel Mixer and Bluetooth

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The EON ONE linear-array P.A. system brings legendary JBL Professional audio to your next performance, conference or meeting. Your entire audience will experience powerful, accurate sound, thanks to the patent-pending speaker configuration and unobstructed 10” bass reflex subwoofer. The built-in 6-channel mixer with EQ makes it easy get great sound instantly—simply connect your microphones and instruments, or stream Bluetooth® audio from your mobile device. With a true all-in-one design that you can carry with one hand, EON ONE is effortless to set up and transport.

 
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Item# JBLEONONE

General Specifications

Unobstructed 10" woofer with 6x 2" Drivers Yes
Max SPL Output 118 dB (peak)
Class D amplifier 250W LF + 130W HF
6-channel mixer Yes
Channel 1-2 with bass, treble, reverb, mic/line selector, and combo 1/4" phone and XLR input Yes
Channel 3/4 with 1/4" balanced TRS jacks (stereo) or pair of RCA jacks (stereo) Yes
Channel 5/6 with 1/8” (3.5mm) input jack for portable electronics, or Bluetooth audio streaming Yes
Stereo monitor outputs Yes
Weight 40.8 lbs (18.5kg)

Dimensions

Dimensions (W × D × H) 20.2 x 24.7 x 30.2 in
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  • 1 x JBL EON ONE base
  • 2 x Listening height spacers
  • 1 x Column speaker array
  • 1 x Power cable
  • 1 x Quick start guide

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JBL EON ONE is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Totally Awesome I just bout a pair of the eon one. I still have my JBL EONS G2 and JBL JRX 118 Powered Subs which have been great for years. The EON ONE'S are a total upgrade making gigs easier. Well worth the buy. I finally replaced my old system.
Date published: 2017-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I bought a single EON ONE for my one man band show. I use a Korg Triton keyboard running full band backing tracks into channel 2, my vocal mics into channel 1 via a rack mixer that also has compression and delay, and my electric and acoustic guitars plug into channels 3 and 4. I also use a theremin which I connect through the vocal mixer. I used the system for a gig last wednesday and the sound was perfect. I even left my monitor speaker at home since somehow the EON One shoots enough sound out the side that I can hear it while I'm playing. I also play with an acoustic duo and I used the system for a gig last saturday night and we never sounded so good. I was very impressed with the first EON ONE so I bought another one so I can use them both in larger rooms. Definitely the best piece of sound equipment I've ever bought in my 40 years of playing live. Thanks you.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Poor Microphone Input Sensitivity I bought this unit as a stand alone unit to use at small venues, and liked the way the extension tubes all fit into the base unit. However the Mic input sensitivity was not correct (as bourn out by the amount of complaints in owners reviews). If put my guitar into the second input there was plenty of volume. I use a Shure 58 beta low impedance Microphone and decided to try putting a low to high impedance matching transformer on the end of the lead and found the volume was now "twice as loud". Connecting a TC Helicon Mic Mechanic echo/reverb pedal in the circuit also increased the volume. This shows that the inputs have not been correctly matched for low impedance microphones. The eon one now has plenty of volume and sounds great.
Date published: 2017-03-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very Portable n easy to setup,with out much fuss. I got this in 10 days ago and put it to its paces, my findings overall are good for the most part. I feel the structure is not as I'd expect of a pro style equip, very plastic and the arrays and extensions are so very hard to separate as the plastic material is such perhaps over time they may loosen up , im just hoping that it won't mess up the connections having to pry it open.certainly there are some missing elements like perhaps an xlr line out, not sure how they call it a 6channel mixer perhaps because of the left and right RCA inputs or the 1/4 inputs but I'm not sure u can use them both together the rca and 1/4inch inputs same with Bluetooth and the mini stereo jack input, not sure u can plug in something and use Bluetooth at the same time or is it because it's stereo and is considered 2 channels? The base is good, sadly almost too much, wish there was a way to control the base output(without an external mixer), the midrange leaves a little to be questioned, however it does sound great out doors. Indoors it takes on a different feel. Bluetooth seems to constantly noticeably drop and can be rather annoying. I yet have to call customer service to ask about that, not sure it's a manufacturing defect or it's just not a well configurated element in the whole system?get used to disconnecting Bluetooth every time u use a different device even tho only one of them is being used, small but annoying something to do, doesn't happen in other JBL products. Great portability factor ,ease of use and set up,is what I went for and I have that. Overall decent sound I'd say ,poorly constructed (the cheaply plastic feel/look does not effect sound) but I'd expect a little better from JBL.(The smaller components they make look and feel sharp)
Date published: 2016-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor Microphone Volume I bought this for karaoke gatherings. I first tried playing music on my cellphone by bluetooth, and often there are breaks in the music. But OK with the RCA connector. Next I plugged in my Shure SM58. The microphone volume is poor, not even to fill my living room. So I plugged the SM58 into my Mackie Mixer and connected that to the RCA input of the Eon One. Sounded fabulous: superb sound quality and fidelity. But hey, I wanted this to be freestanding without a mixer to go along! So no, this has not been designed right, and the microphone preamps are poor.
Date published: 2016-11-22
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What is the power consumption of a JBL Eon One? I want to use it at a festival with a generator and need to know what size generator to get.

Asked by: Dimi Piraat
We have forwarded your concern to our JBL Pro Team. Please expect that our JBL PRO team will reach out to help you with all your queries.
Answered by: Erik at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-03-03

I live in a lake and have a lot of parties. My backyard is less than .25 acre. I'm looking for something clear, kind of loud, and feel the bass. Also really important, ability to connect wirelessly to my iTunes. What does JBL have to accomplish that?

Asked by: At3grli1
Thank you for your interest. A Customer Service Representative will be contacting you shortly regarding this matter, thank you.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-03-02

I want to replace a larger PA system mostly used for DJ gigs in Gyms and hip hop and r&b gigs using backing tracks and mics how does the EON One work in that type of set up? Would one be sufficient enough for a high school gym prom or would I need two? 

Asked by: Partyman9
It is highly unlikely that the EON ONE would do the job in a gym. Assuming you want everyone to feel the bass, you need a big system to do that in a giant room like a gym. The EON ONE is designed more for singer/songwriter and small venue type situations.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-02-24

Has anyone had experience with hanging the tops & running a modified connector cable to the sub/base. I need a system to hang over a worship team in the middle of a room. Was thinking about hanging 3 of these in a circle from a 12 ft ceiling.

Asked by: NuevoShep
This is designed to be a stand-alone portable system. It sounds like you need to install a permanent system of which all three speakers will work in tandem. I would recommend you check out some other products at www.jblpro.com. There are many other systems that will fit your requirements much better.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-01-26

hello, is it possible to play classical electric guitar & electric guitar with the mic button pushed? because with the line button it is a small sound...

Asked by: yanivsh
Yes you can plug a guitar directly into channel 1 or 2 in mic mode. Personally I run out of my electric guitar floor processor into channel 3 and my acoustic guitar runs into channel 4. I set the shared volume control for these inputs for the acoustic guitar level since my acoustic guitar doesn't have a volume control. Then I adjust the volume of the electric guitar on the floor processor. This way I can use the first two channels for vocals and my keyboard so I can use the reverb on those channels.
Answered by: JimRhoads
Date published: 2017-01-25

Can the JBL EON ONE be placed behind the performers and eliminate the need for monitors?

Asked by: Agent5
I stand about 2 feet to the side of my EON ONE at gigs and I can hear it perfectly. A monitor speaker is totally unnecessary. I play pretty loud so I don't think I would want it behind me. Also, having it beside me makes volume adjustments much easier. - Jim
Answered by: JimRhoads
Date published: 2017-01-24

hello, I just bought my new eon one and when I connected my guitar to the line I found a small and poor sound. but when I pushed the mic button the sound became great and loud. the difference between those two is significant and problematic.

Asked by: yanivsh
The EON ONE is a mixer that can accept a mic or line level input, not an instrument level. If you are connecting a mic, or an acoustic guitar with a built-in preamp, this will work fine. If you are connecting an electric guitar, this will have an instrument level, as it is supposed to be connected to a guitar amplifier. It will not work well connected directly to the EON ONE. If you intend to connect an electric guitar to this unit without the use of a guitar amp, you will need to use a guitar effects processor. These units will take the instrument input from the guitar, and will give a few different options for the output, instrument or line level, depending on what you will be connecting it to.
Answered by: Memen at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-01-20

Hello, what is the frequency range of the system ?

Asked by: Chris75
The EON ONE's Frequency Response is - Frequency Range (-10dB): 37.5Hz – 18.5kHz Frequency Response (-3dB): 45Hz – 18kHz
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-03-17
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