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Problem on the horn tweeters EON 1500

Hi, my name is Marcello Daff, I'm brazillian and I'm a singer as well. Years ago I bought some JBL products here in Brazil and they've been very usefull to my work. Recently my pair of EON 1500 has got a problem on the horn tweeters and they began to fail. I don't really know whether the problem is on them or whether on their frequency divisor. How can I know and where can I buy others ? Thank you.

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SOURCE: JBL Eon 15 Blown Fuse

These fuses are most likely 3 Amp fuses. Please note that if the replacements blow as well, that there is a problem within the amp section that will require repair.

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Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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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

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SOURCE: Tweeter not working on 15" EON G2

I had the same problem with no highs from my G2. I initally replaced the HF diaphram and powered it back up and it started smoking and burned out that HF diaphram.

I then found that I needed to replace the whole motherboard assembly as one of the HF chips on the motherboard had blown. Once I replaced the motherboard and the HF diaphram (again), the G2 was back in great working condition.

Wish I had tried ohm-ing out first before I blew the replacement HF diaphram.

So if you don't believe your HF diaphram is blown. I would investigate at the motherboard. I talked to a repair specialist where I ordered my replacement part and he said that those HF components go bad over time. As tough as the G2's are, over time they will need new parts, as the components begin to fail.

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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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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SOURCE: Speaker was dropped - Tweeter Magnet came off -

Clean the mating surfaces very well, mark on the side of the magnet (arrow or dot) which surface of the magnet was glued (shouldn't make a bit of difference, I'm just a little anal) and then use any brand of quick setting 'super glue.' This glue will not only hold well but will also introduce the thinnest film between the magnet and 'keeper.' Too much space between mating surfaces can weaken the field and reduce the efficiency causing an imbalance in volume relative to the other tweeter. If anything else is loose, the tweeter is junk because any shift of the voice coil will cause the speaker to distort or rattle.
If you need to replace any speaker ever, replace both channels or have possibly lousy matching between channels.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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