Designed with 12 reference-quality XLR microphone input channels and five operation modes, the console-style XR® 1212 is a versatile powered mixer. Two power amps rated at 600W each make it easy to configure for Left & Right • Left & Right with Subwoofer (including fourth-order 100Hz crossover) • Main & Monitor • Main & Monitor with Subwoofer • or Monitor 1 & Monitor 2.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 5.5" x 16.5" x 17" / 140mm x 419mm x 432mm • Weight: 22.05lbs / 10kg
The XR® 1212 / 1220 master section features separate digital 9-band graphic EQ on both output amplifiers, Peavey’s exclusive Feedback Ferret® digital feedback elimination and a digital effects section that includes a range of reverbs, delays and chorus with preset storage and dedicated effect return fader. The dual auto-EQ and Feedback Ferret can be assigned to two outputs – left and right, main and monitor, and monitor 1 and 2.
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