Question about JBL Eon15P-1 Main / Stereo Speaker
15-P had low use-- after a few months was experiencing a popping on the low end of one of the speakers-- Paid $75 plus shipping to send to JBL to analyze and troubleshoot because it was under warranty-- JBL sent speaker back advising no issues with speaker- and suggested I check the signal connection which may be the cause of popping== Ran brand new cables to xlr connection-- Speaker works fine with the exception of occasional annoying "popping sounds that occur from the bass(low-end). Changed amplifier source, cables, xlr connectors, etc and still experiencing this issue.. Any one have any advice/possible solutions?? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: jbl eon
the eon woofer is designed to fit the small frame of the inside cabinet. The EV woofers look too deep to fit but you can try. I do think that the built in amps were set to work with only the JBL woofers so there might be a signal problem using the built in amp. The eon face seems to have their own screws to hold the grill so if they aren't holding you can drop some cement to help hold the srews in place. The front does not allow removal of the woofer so it seems whatever you do should not effect anything.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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