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JBL EON 515XT Lightweight 2 Way 15" 625W Self Powered Speaker (Each) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • JBL EON 515XT Lightweight 2 Way 15" 625W Self Powered Speaker (Each)
  • JBL EON 515XT Lightweight 2 Way 15" 625W Self Powered Speaker (Each)
  • JBL EON 515XT Lightweight 2 Way 15" 625W Self Powered Speaker (Each)

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JBL EON 515XT Lightweight 2 Way 15" 625W Self Powered Speaker (Each)

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Item Weight 33 pounds
Product Dimensions 17 x 33 x 15 inches
Shipping Weight 42.3 pounds
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ASIN B004MEB4AK
Item model number EON515XT
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4.1 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #31,770 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#530 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Audio & Video Accessories > Computer Speakers
Date first available at Amazon.com January 14, 2011

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I bought these bad boys about 4 months ago and lemme tell ya THEY ROCK!!!!!!! The sound is clear and pristine with a balanced mid and highs to go with it. The bass is very good, but you might need subs to loosen peoples fillings for bigger rooms or huge shows. Everytime i had a gig people complimented me on how clean they sounded. That never happened with my mackies Lol.... Jbl really outdid themselves on this box this time around. I guess they had fix the old 515 problems. I highly suggest you music aficionados or musicians to check these babys out. There loud as hell..... without sacrificing sound quality in played music or vocals. Till later i hope my review helped you doubters on these new speakers from jbl.
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My band bought two of these along with stands because we got tired of relying on sound equipment from others when we played gigs. We're incredibly pleased with the purchase.

First of all, these things are built like a tank. The construction is solid and quality shows in every aspect of these speakers. The handles are rubberized so that you can use them as monitors without worrying about them sliding around on the stage. However, we use them on stands with the integrated pole mount. It's a great setup, and these speakers are lightweight enough that we don't worry about them tipping over.

We really liked these speakers until we plugged into them and turned them on. At that point, we fell in love. The clarity of these speakers is superb, and that clarity persists even at very high volumes. They'll get plenty loud, too. We recently played a gig at a pretty loud (and big) restaurant/bar. The JBLs filled the whole place with sound without any problem at all, and that was with the output level set to 4 and with a medium level input from a mixer.

Many recommend getting the sub along with these speakers. So far, we've found the bass on these to be more than efficient, but if you're wanting to really thump with a bass or with drums, you might find the subwoofer to be necessary.
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As a live audio visual professional I use lots of different products some good some bad. The Eons by JBL are definitely on the good list.

What I like about these:

Sound Quality. I have used all the big brands of speakers an I think JBL sounds the best generally but specifically these speakers sound great. They have crisp highs and a surprising amount of lows. They also have true to life mids where most vocals sit giving a very "real" sound.

Portability. These are SO much lighter than the old version of the EONs I owned. I don't know how they were able to take away so much of the weight. I have to be honest I was a little skeptical about how these would perform in a "gigging" environment where they get set up and torn down a few times a week, but these have held up great. The few times these have been accidentally dropped they actually have some bounce to them believe it or not which I assume helps absorb impact. (Instead of the drivers and amp)

Built in power. Self powered speakers are the way to go these days. Gone are the times of running hundreds of pounds of Speakon cable around a room. Now you just drop a few surge strips and you can even daisy chain your XLR to them with the line level output they provide.

Small mixing board built in. How many times am I setting up a gig where I need one mic or one guitar in a small venue. These are perfect for that because you don't need to lug a soundboard and extra cables just to mix an input. It's a great idea and highly useful.

They are loud (but accurate.) Let's face it, sometimes you want power and even the sweetest sounding speakers needs to have some backbone. These have a surprising amount of volume for their size and weight.

Overall these are great speakers.
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WOW! That's all I can say about these speakers... WOW!... Ok, I'll say a bit more. First, a little background. I'm a mobile dj and I do parties, weddings, and other events. I've been in the business for a while, as have some dj friends of mine. We ALL use these speakers. Trust me, we've had our experiences with QSC, EV, Yamaha, etc.. You name it. For what they are, and for what they cost, the Yamahas and QSC's are excellent speakers and can trump the output and quality of these JBL's, but not at this price range. The only Yamaha you'll get for $500 is a 200-watt spud that can't even fill my small office. And don't bother asking anyone where to get a $500 QSC, good luck with that. Again, not saying these are THE BEST speakers ever made, but FOR THE MONEY, these are the best powered speakers money can buy. I've used them in so many different types of gigs, with so many different levels of acoustic chaos thrown at me by poorly designed venues (high ceilings, oddly placed pillars, funky room shapes, etc...) and these speakers filled every inch of those rooms with gloriously crisp sound. I do also enjoy the built-in EQ, VERY handy for fine-tuning the output for specific situations(i.e.-poorly designed venues, outdoors, etc..). Not only is the sound crisp, clear, full, but it just SCREAMS. These speakers are rated at 132db, which may not sound excessive, but I've never needed more than a pair(two) to fill any size venue, and I still haven't clipped them at a gig, not even close. Once in a while with bigger rooms I'll use a sub to fill in the low-end and it's just pure sonic bliss. On that note, it's very easy to loop the speakers together with a sub. The only cords I need are 2 XLR-to-1/4" for the speakers, and 2 XLR male-to-XLR female for the sub.Read more ›
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