JBL's latest battery-powered powerhouse boasts a plethora of high-end features that make it a standout option for guitarists, bassists, and other musicians in need of pristine clarity and surprising oomph.


JBL EON One Compact

The JBL EON ONE Compact packs a professional-grade speaker, a full-featured 4-channel mixer and Bluetooth control into our most compact battery-powered PA, weighing in at just 17.6 pounds. Sound your best in seconds with premium effects and presets that you can customize right on your phone or tablet using the JBL EON ONE Compact Control app—no engineer needed. 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. And with the EON ONE Compact’s tool-free, swappable 12-hour (max) battery, you’ll keep the party going long after the sun goes down.

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