How do I eliminate clicks and pops (most likely caused by the freezer/fridge) from the newly bought JBL EON 15/G2? Changing location in the house and using a mains surge protectors did not help. None of the other home studio equipment is affected.
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.
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Yes - Simply face the speaker down - unscrew all of the screws (don't forget to remove the handle and the 2 under it) - once they are all lose, carefully stand the speaker upright and gently pop apart - as it is opening you will need to disconnect some wire harnesses and will need to undo the ground wires. DONE
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.
The 2 leads that come off the HF driver are different sizes...you should only be able to hook them up one way. Takes the guess work out of it for ya.
Assuming there is nothing wrong with the speaker, hooking up the 2418H HF driver to it should do the trick. However, I blew my HF driver a few months ago and bought a new one, only to blow it immediately. This was because the motherboard of the JBL EON G2 had actually failed and caused the HF driver to fail. Once I replaced the motherboard and the HF driver (again) everything was back to sounding great. Hope that helps.