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Peavey PVi Portable

I did not know that Peavey had a portable PA series. As a matter of fact, I only just found out. I have yet to try this out and have yet to see this being used in Singapore…in the sea of Yamahas and Mackies and the occasional Fender Passport. The PVi features 300 watts of power. This eight channel system includes four XLR or 1/4″ microphone inputs and two stereo inputs featuring 1/8″, RCA or 1/4″ inputs. Each channel includes three bands of EQ along with a variety of digital effects with LED display. This feature beats my Yamaha Stagepas hands down. In addition the PVi portable is capable of playing back MP3 audio tracks via USB. This is like the Fender Passport. Recording audio out can be done via the onboard analog record RCA outputs. It also has a seven-band EQ. Speakers and cables are included in this portable PA system, featuring rugged metal latches. These are the features of this unit:

  • 300 watts
  • 2x stereo channels
  • Media inputs
  • Record outputs
  • Full 3-band EQ per channel
  • Built in digital effects and delay
  • Seven-band master Graphic EQ
  • USB input for MP3 playback
  • EFX send and return
  • Includes speakers and speaker cable
  • 8 channel powered mixer
  • Assignable stereo power section
  • Analog and digital record outputs
  • Weight Unpacked: 46.30 lb(21 kg)
  • Weight Packed: 55.12 lb(25 kg)
  • Width Packed: 23″(58.42 cm)
  • Height Packed: 34″(86.36 cm)
  • Depth Packed: 17.25″(43.815 cm)

But I do not think you can get this in Singapore…or I could be wrong. But it looks mighty interesting

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