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Author Topic: Alternate Use for JBL Eon 510  (Read 2549 times)

Tony Wright

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Re: Alternate Use for JBL Eon 510
« Reply #10 on: July 24, 2014, 09:24:34 pm »

I purchased a pair of the Eon315 about 2 years ago and had decent results.  I used them in a rental system which ended up being sold to the client that rented the system for a year at a "start up-store front church". 

I figured I would pick up another pair just in case lightning struck twice.  This time I bought used Eon315 from one of those big box/online discount retailers and took advantage of their "after market warranty".  I had not rented this pair of speakers and was just using them around the house as needed.  While I was checking some wireless headset mics I purchased, one of the woofers quit (at least it was not on a job), the speaker is at the warranty repair shop now.  Best $25 I ever spent.
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Tiago de Sousa

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Re: Alternate Use for JBL Eon 510
« Reply #11 on: February 09, 2019, 07:44:27 am »

Welcome to the my world. JBL Eon 5xx is junk.

Ohhhh Gosh,
it seems that a lot of Eon owners have the same problems.

I know this is an onld thread but I have my 2 JBL Eon 315 units in desperate need of repair.
None of them powers up and it seems the problem is the same, the main PSU and AMP board.
I have no voltages at test points T601 (+40V) and T603(-40V).

I would like to ask you Mike and other fellow members if you know what are the main causes of failure in these boards?
Are there any common problematic componentes or common faults?

thank you so much
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