JBL EON ONE PA System Now Shipping

JBL EON ONE PA System Now Shipping

JBL Professional by HARMAN and UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd have announced the immediate availability of the JBL EON ONE Compact all-in-one rechargeable personal PA system. The JBL EON ONE Compact packs a professional speaker, a full-featured, 4-channel mixer and Bluetooth control into JBL’s most compact battery-powered PA, weighing in at just 8kg.

The JBL EON One comes with premium Lexicon and dbx-inspired effects and presets that you can customise right on your phone or tablet using the JBL EON ONE Compact Control app. Presenters, fitness instructors and emcees will appreciate EON ONE Compact’s ducking feature, which lowers background music volume when speech input is detected. Peer-to-peer Bluetooth lets you broadcast music playback, along with the EON ONE Compact’s tool-free, swappable 12-hour battery.

The EON ONE Compact may be small enough to carry in one hand, but its sound is big enough to fill the room. You’ll be amazed at the 112 decibels of rich, crystal-clear sound produced across the entire range of this ultra-compact system, with rich, uncompressed bass even at high output levels. Its 8-inch woofer extends low-end response to 37.5 Hz—nearly an octave lower than other PAs in its class.

With your loudspeaker, amp, mixer, and effects all rolled up in one easy-to-carry package. You’ll lighten your load-in while maximising the value of your gear investment.

EON ONE Compact’s 4-channel digital mixer is fully loaded with dbx and Lexicon-inspired professional effects including 4-band EQ, reverb, chorus and delay; quick-recall settings get you sounding great, fast, in any environment.

The EON ONE Compact offers more inputs than any system in its class. Two XLR/TRS combo jacks, one 1/4-inch hi-Z guitar input and one 1/8-inch aux input connect microphones, line-level instruments and audio playback sources; phantom power supports condenser microphones, and pro-grade preamps deliver full, rich sound from any microphone. Plus, a 1/4-inch passthrough lets you expand your system with additional EON ONE Compact units. Use the built-in headphone jack to rehearse privately or dial in presets before performances. Two high-power USB 3.0 ports allow high-speed charging of tablets, phones and select DJ devices.


• 112 dB output the highest volume in its class
• 8-inch woofer with deep low-frequency performance down to 37.5 Hz
• Ultralight unit weighs just 17.6 pounds (8 kg)
• Set up quickly and easily using JBL EON Control app presets
• Sound your best with professional effects including EQ, reverb, chorus and delay
• Balance your volume levels with built-in 4-channel mixer
• Optimise your sound with 8-band output EQ, customisable via presets
• Stream music from your phone or tablet via Bluetooth to up to four EON ONE Compact units
• Operate two EON ONE Compact units in stereo mode
• Two pro-grade preamps deliver fuller, richer sound from any microphone
• Connect mics, instruments and playback devices with two XLR/TRS combo jacks, one 1/4-inch hi-Z guitar input and one 3.5mm (1/8-inch) aux input
• Phantom power supports condenser mics
• One-touch ducking feature automatically lowers music volume when speech input is detected, ensuring every word is heard clearly
• Two USB 3.0 ports allow high-speed charging of external devices
• Tool-free, swappable battery p provides up to 12 hours of playtime
• Fast battery charging—just 2.5 hours
• Two performance orientations: monitor and vertical; tuning and mixer displays automatically adjust
• Headphone jack allows private monitoring for practice sessions and managing presets
• 1/4-inch passthrough output allows system expansion with additional EON ONE Compact units
• Convenient, built-in tilting tablet stand orients to front or back of system
• Built-in pole mount expands configuration options
• External battery charger option available separately
• Ergonomic handle and even weight distribution make carrying the system a breeze


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