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JBL EON 210P

Portable PA Speaker Cabinet from JBL .

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JBL Professional and UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd announce the introduction of the EON210P Portable PA system.

The JBL EON210P includes two 10-inch, 2-way speakers, an 8-channel powered stereo mixer with four digital effects, two 15-foot speaker cables and a storage compartment for microphones and accessories. The mixer and storage compartment attach to the rear of the speakers. Its total weight is 33 pounds.

 

The EON210P is designed to accommodate multiple microphones, instruments, portable music players and other audio sources. Channels 1–4 include XLR/1/4-inch combination connectors, individual Bass and Treble controls and an effect send, channels 5-6 have a pair of 1/4-inch stereo and a pair of stereo RCA jacks, and channels 7–8 have a 3.5mm stereo jack. The mixer also features a 30V phantom power supply for use with condenser microphones, 1/4-inch TRS and RCA stereo output jacks for connection to recording devices or for external routing, in addition to a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack.

 

The EON210P has a 300-watt-peak stereo amplifier and 2-way speakers, each with a 1.5-inch neodymium compression-driver tweeter and 10-inch high-excursion woofer. The EON210P can deliver 124dB peak system output and each speaker provides coverage over a 100º x 60º listening area, according to JBL. The EON210P's speakers can be placed on a floor or table, or pole-mounted using the speakers' 36mm pole-mount socket.

 

Pricing & Availability

The JBL EON 210P will be available in February 2011 at an estimated price of £999 RRP inc VAT (price may be subject to change).

 

Visit JBL Professional for more details.

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