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How to remove and replace jbl eon 15g2 speaker?

Speaker damaged. what does eq speaker mean? i just want to remove damaged speaker and have it reconed or replace it. i removed the back of speaker and can't see how to remove speaker. took front bezel off and don't see screws to remove it, it looks like everything is permanently "installed" connected.

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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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Vito Vacirca Jr.

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SOURCE: I get a loud intermitant

If you turn the unit on with no input and get a loud buzz, and when you put signal to it and you cannot hear the music but the buzz (Probably more like a hum). Then most likely the amp is blown.

Posted on Dec 14, 2010

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SOURCE: i need a replacement volume control for jbl eon

Here is the link
http://www.fullcompass.com/product/368101.html

Posted on Mar 02, 2011

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SOURCE: My JBL eon 15g2 speaker was working fine and then

the braided wires from the speaker connectors to the voice coil could be broken (from repetitive movement) or it could be the voice coil it self that could be cut open from a miss alignment of the cone (ware and tear), delicately push on the cone and feel if it rubs, a simple test is to check the IMPEDANCE of the speaker with a OHMMETER, if you have a reading (4,6,or 8 ohms) than the speaker is fine, check the rest of the wiring, if it reads OPEN than you need a new speaker...

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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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.
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