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Postby KiwiRocker » Sun Dec 01, 2019 12:55 am

These units come as a single unit. I want to use in a left & right configuration.
Can you get the second unit as a bass unit and tower without the mixer? Thanks....Larry
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Re: JBL EON One Pro

Postby Wonks » Sun Dec 01, 2019 1:11 pm

No. Just buy another one. Ignore the fact it's got a mixer built-in.

For dual mono, just feed one from the pass-through output of the first one. For stereo, you'd be best getting a small external mixer and using that to feed the two sides (though battery powered mixers are pretty rare but a standard one and a suitable battery pack should suffice).

I that doesn't help, you may need to explain in more detail about what you're trying to achieve, and if you need to be fully independent of mains power.
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Re: JBL EON One Pro

Postby KiwiRocker » Fri Dec 06, 2019 5:36 am

Thanks so much Wonks. Much appreciated mate. I now know I need TWO units. I will use power from the wall sockets for both units. Do you suggest I am better advised to use a mono set up? As opposed to stereo? Last but not least using two units will put the price at close to $NZ4000 which is quite expensive. Do you think that it is still great value for the money? Cheers Wonks......KiwiRocker (Larry)
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