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The JBL EON315 is a 15", 2-way, powered portable speaker system. It's a complete self-contained sound reinforcement system, capable of reproducing full-bandwidth sound at high levels with the added be... Read More

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Overview

The JBL EON315 is a 15", 2-way, powered portable speaker system. It's a complete self-contained sound reinforcement system, capable of reproducing full-bandwidth sound at high levels with the added benefit of a microphone preamp, enabling the direct connection of a dynamic microphone. The speaker is loaded with a 15" JBL woofer and a 1" neodymium high-frequency compression driver coupled with a 100° H x 60° V waveguide. Both components are driven by discrete channels in the 280-watt Class D integrated power amplifier. The input section contains all crossover functions, protection, and system EQ functionality making the EON315 a complete, self-contained PA system for solo acts.

Features
  • 280W powered speaker system
  • Lightweight and portable (only 35 lb).
  • Multiple handles for easy transport
  • 15" JBL low-frequency driver
  • 1" throat next-generation JBL neodymium compression driver
  • Efficient 280W Class-D amplifier
  • 100° H x 60° V asymmetrical wave guide horn 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
  • Composite enclosures designed for durability, lightweight, and acoustic performance
Specifications
  • System Power Rating: 280W continuous, 560W peak
  • Frequency Range (-10 dB): 38 Hz - 20 kHz (EQ in Flat position)
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 17-3/10" x 27" x 14-2/5"
  • Frequency Response (±3 dB): 50 Hz - 18 kHz (EQ in Flat position)
  • Coverage Pattern: 100° H x 60° V nominal
  • Maximum SPL: 127dB
  • Net Weight: 35 lb.
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4.2

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Awesome Performance

This set of speakers is great for any mid size venue indoor and outdoor, they can provide good sound for about 200-300 people. I set the level of the speakers at midpoint and...Read complete review

This set of speakers is great for any mid size venue indoor and outdoor, they can provide good sound for about 200-300 people. I set the level of the speakers at midpoint and I am getting loud sound and great quality, I definately recommend this speakers to anyone! Now with the addition of the subwoofer, you will be in top shape for any large venue. DJ CheLe

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sound great at low volumes

these speakers are super super light, they look nice and clean with set up. i dj a lot and i have to be honest, with all jbl products i have owned these have...Read complete review

these speakers are super super light, they look nice and clean with set up. i dj a lot and i have to be honest, with all jbl products i have owned these have given me the worst problems. these speakers cannot handle bottom end especially when mixing tracks they tend to clip and cut off (real nasty sound). these speakers are great for 100 people at the most with light talking i wouldnt recommend these speakers to a dj who knows how to mix and scratch they wont hold up. i will be buying a couple sets of the prx series hopefully they can with stand some heavy hitting bass.

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3.0

Good For What We Use Them For

By Dennis

from Eugene, Oregon

I bought this speaker to replace one we've been gigging with for 6 years that got dropped too hard once too often. We're an acoustic band and use them more for sound reinforcement than for full-on amplification. Anyplace we need that and the venue supplies the PA. The good-- fast, easy setup, light weight, clean sound, no need for an amp or amp rack. With these speakers, we can be set up with a PA, 8 mics, maybe a DI, and run a sound check in 30-40 minutes. The bad-- sound is clean, but kinda lacking in presence, which isn't really such a problem if folks can here you to some degree without speakers. Seriously lacking in bottom end; you're better off using using a small amp than plugging a string bass into the PA via a DI. If you drop one too hard,they break, and they're not serviceable. If we lose another one like this, we'll probably be taking a real hard look at passive speakers and an amp. Even with the extra setup work, it's easier not to drop an amp than a speaker.

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5.0

Using it as Keyboard Amp

By eliud

from Boston, MA

I went to Guitar Center to buy a keyboard amp for small gigs. Ended up buying the 315 because it's so light and compact. I used it for a wedding and I was very pleased with the sound and how easy it is to transport! Might just go ahead and buy the second one soon! I bought the carrying case online and it is also wonderful! It fits the speaker like a glove!

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5.0

Don't let the low power fool you

By Eric Manacsa

from Los Angeles, CA

I just did a party in a basketball gym for the first time at a community center. I've had these for a year and it was my 4th event. I'm no pro DJ but I don't see why anyone wouldn't appreciate these speakers. I ran them at about 65% volume and the sound was crisp at the farthest corners of the gym. I never pushed these speakers to clip. I paid attention closely to the volume. Ran them for 4 hours straight without any issues. I'm really glad I chose these. I would rarely ever do events so I didn't want expensive tops but I also wanted quality sound. Sitting at a guest table about 50ft away, the sound was good but I could still carry a conversation comfortably. If the type of party your shooting for is so loud you can't talk to anyone then perhaps you really want more power.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Sacrificing bells and whistles for JBL sound

By ERIC MANACSA

from Los Angeles, CA

I've been using these speakers for about a month. They sound nice in the house. Did well in the garage for a New Year's party and did pretty well in a restaurant hall. Pros: light JBL quality sound Cons: expensive only 280w limited inputs limited EQ I'm rushing to get a subwoofer to complete this set. It really needs more low end. Make sure to get this with a coupon. It's very limited for something costing over $500.

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4.0

Very High Quality But

By John Marzich

from Arroyo Grande, Ca

Bought these with the DBX speaker managment bundle. They sound great and pleanty of power but no matter what I do or adjust even with no connection to them the horns have a noisy floor? They touted the spec's of being quiet and then this? Yeah you don't hear it when volume is up but ShHHHHHHHHHH coming out is not very impressive on lower volumes. E-Mail JBL support and natuarlly NO replay. Probably should re-write the sn/spec to be ethical. Other than that yes they are great and comparing to other brands the sound is very good once your above the SHHHHHH levels...

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Ok but ...

By Foo Dump

from Siler City NC

Gigged with 2 for over a year. Overall these are good speakers, esp considering power vs. weight. But ... the bass end cut out on one while under warranty. Easy minor repair, low-freq vibration just shook loose a connector to the speaker that wasn't properly seated at the factory. Using hi-Z input it isn't loud enough. If your mixer has XLR outs, use 'em. If not, a cheap TRS-to-XLR adapter w/ the 315 mic input level setting delivers the expected volume for a 280W amp. Counterintuitive, but it is what it is. 4 out of 5 for minor annoyances in an otherwise good product.

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

sound great at low volumes

By johnnie

from salinas,ca

these speakers are super super light, they look nice and clean with set up. i dj a lot and i have to be honest, with all jbl products i have owned these have given me the worst problems. these speakers cannot handle bottom end especially when mixing tracks they tend to clip and cut off (real nasty sound). these speakers are great for 100 people at the most with light talking i wouldnt recommend these speakers to a dj who knows how to mix and scratch they wont hold up. i will be buying a couple sets of the prx series hopefully they can with stand some heavy hitting bass.

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(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best weight-to-performance ratio

By Kurt

from PA and NY

After comparing PA speakers for over a year - I finally settled on the EONs. Ultimately it came down to either the EON 315 or the Mackie SRM450v2. The EON was lighter weight, better priced, more well built, and has better low end response. In terms of maximum SPL the Mackie may have it by a slight edge but the SRM450 has known overheating problems and also LOUD Technologies (Parent company of Mackie) is having financial difficulties and cannot keep up with demand. Ive been using my JBLs for a while now and have not had a single problem and I really love the low end response on these with the 15" woofer (compared to the Mackies 12"). In my experience I cannot recommend a better speaker at this price point. Are there better speakers out there? Sure - but the EON is an industry standard that is univerally respected for good reason. JBL invented the Active loudspeaker and it shows in the quality of the EON 315. Downsides: Can be harsh at higher SPLs and limits pretty easily when in Boost mode. Looks of it are love it or hate it. Upsides: Great build quality, great low end response, extremely light weight. Overall: I couldnt take any other speaker at this price - everything considered.

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(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Speakers!

By Jesse

from Edmond, OK

I had a Harbinger PA system that I bought for around 300 dollars. I went cheap. They blew the first show I had and I only play acoustic. I then decided to purchase a Behringer mixer and ran it into just ONE of these and man.. It sounds amazing! The bass was so clear and thick yet the highs and mids were crisp and full. I am going to buy another one of these for sure!

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(12 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Wont buy another

By ozark accoustic

from stockton,Mo

Sound was great first time,second gig I heard a little distortion,last evening it was awful like the speaker was blown. Speaker was never played at a very loud setting as all these gigs were in smaller places. Very dissappionted!!!

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