The all new PV® series mixing consoles include Peavey’s reference-quality mic preamps that spec in at an incredible 0.0007% THD, making the PV series mixers excellent for live or recording applications. This amazingly versatile mixer is at home both in the studio as well as live applications.
Features such as Bluetooth®* allow connection to almost any “smart” device. Multiple direct outs per channel allow easy connection to most DAW interfaces for recording. In addition, the PV mixers can stream audio directly to a PC. MP3 playback is also available via USB A port and LCD display. Peavey’s exclusive guitar shape adjusts the EQ and preamp specifically for guitar. Hi pass filters on every channel remove unwanted rumble and noise, and balanced AUX and Master outputs ensure a clean noise-free signal to your powered speakers or power amplifier.
Four Combination 1/4” and XLR low noise mic preamps • Stereo 1/4”, RCA or 3.5mm input channel • Bluetooth wireless connectivity • 3-band EQ on all channels • Four channels of Peavey’s Exclusive MidMorph® • LED clip and signal present indication • Individual channel mutes • EQ Bypass per channel • On-board studio quality digital effects with individual channel control • Effects and playback LCD display • One pre-fader AUX send • Precision 60 mm faders on master • Dual selectable control room outputs • Global 48V phantom power • Main stereo outputs with 1/4” unbalanced and balanced XLR connectors • Rugged console design • Two channels of built-in compression • Stereo pan control per channel • On-board USB-A MP3 playback • Four channels of direct out • Kosmos® -C bass and treble enhancement • Channel 9/10 stereo return/input • Individual Listen/Solo function • Stereo USB-B streaming audio in and out • High-quality master LED meter bridge • Master mic mute • Studio quality headphone output • Peavey’s exclusive on-board Hi Z guitar input • New slim, low-profile design • Convenient tablet cradle.
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