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JBL Professional EON515XT, EON210P
Portable PA systems
As the flagship of the JBL powered portable speaker collection, the EON515XT was engineered for durability, high performance and ease of use. The ECON210P powered system is compact and lightweight. With improved input sensitivity, lowered noise floor, added user-selectable EQ control and re-voiced system, the two-way EON515XT incorporates a JBL 2414H high-frequency neodymium compression driver and a 15" JBL 265F-1 Differential Drive dual-voice-coil woofer with a proprietary Crown Class D amplifier. The system has been re-voiced from previous models for better clarity and frequency balance and now delivers a stout 132dB maximum SPL. The EON210P includes two 10", two-way speakers, an eight-channel powered stereo mixer with four digital effects, two 15' speaker cables and a storage compartment for microphones and accessories. The mixer and storage compartment attach to the rear of the speakers, allowing for ease of movement when transporting. At 33 pounds, the EON210P is 20 pounds lighter than most other package PA systems in its class.
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