Question about JBL EON 15-G2 Powered DJ Speaker With EQ Speaker
I randomly hear a strange sound coming from my JBL (EON) I first noticed it while I had it powered up with the volume off, but most recently I was sitting next to while it was turned off and it did it. It is a very strange sound! I dont even know how to explain it. . . the closest I can get would be to say that it sounds like your stomach growling when your very hungry and haven't eaten anything. It only lasts about 1-1/2 seconds, but I have no idea what it could be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Could be any number of things, the amp may be damaged (do you use these things at high volume?) but if you are only getting bass it could be a fault on the crossover circuitry. Could be a loose wire inside but the build quality on JBL is pretty good so I doubt that.
How long ago did you buy them? If it was recent you may be able to take them back to the shop, otherwise I'd seek a professional repairman.
Btw, did you check the fuse?
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
SOURCE: JBL EON 15 G2 clicks and pops
my son and i fixed an eon a decade ago that had this problem. we swept a sine wave through the audio spectrum and discovered it started barking somewhere around a low D on the piano.
Turns out the mains connection was intermittent right where it enters the eon from the wall. Soldered the ac power connections and the problem went away.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
SOURCE: JBL Eon G2 Speaker
from our experience rebuilding woofers once the lead wires get pulled too much or start to strain you have been running too much power into the woofer and making the cone move too far in and out.You need to cut the input signal from your preamp down and cut the volume down on the speaker input on you eon. We keep seeing too many of these amped speakers blown from too much signal.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
There is nan internal fuse right behind the board were you plug the power cable in. You have to split the cabinet to replace.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
These are "powered" speakers and any little bit
of distortion can be amplified enough to "blow" it!
Also the amp could be "shorted"! Have your JBL
dealer test it!!!
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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