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JBL Professional expands EON600 Series with new EON618S powered subwoofer
Building on its state-of-the-art EON600 Series portable PA loudspeakers, Harman’s JBL Professional is introducing the EON618S, an 18-inch, 1000W, self-powered subwoofer. With a purposefully designed large-volume enclosure to support true low-frequency extension, the EON618S is the best subwoofer in its class – at the most competitive price. The EON618S rounds out JBL’s EON600 product family and is tuned to perform optimally alongside EON610, EON612 and EON615 full-range systems.
Borrowing design language from other EON600 systems, the EON618S features premium handles, a standard M20 threaded pole cup and an extremely rugged enclosure. DSP Parameters, including presets for EON600, EON200 and other manufacturers’ full-range loudspeakers, can be controlled via a Bluetooth app for iOS and Android. Selectable crossover presets are available through the EON Connect app.
The EON618S features a maximum SPL output of 134 dB, with a frequency range of 31Hz – 150Hz (-10 dB), a frequency response of 42.5Hz – 150Hz (-3 dB), at a light weight of 78 pounds. With 1,000W of highly efficient Class-D power, it has been designed to maximise cabinet volume while maintaining a highly transportable footprint.
Completely rethinking the standard of performance for an affordable self-contained portable PA system, JBL engineers purposely designed and built the EON600 Series from the ground up featuring JBL’s advanced waveguide technology, JBL-designed and manufactured transducers and convenient, wireless remote control of its onboard DSP EQ parameters via Bluetooth. This total redesign of the EON platform leverages the latest technologies in cabinet materials, acoustic science, transducer design and user friendliness, delivering the extraordinary quality of a high-end studio monitor in a fully professional, highly flexible, easy to use and portable system for today’s working musicians and sound providers.
16th October 2015
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