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Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet

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The PV 115 is a two-way speaker system based on a 15" heavy-duty woofer and an RX14 titanium diaphragm dynamic compression driver mounted on a 60 x 40 coverage constant-directivity horn. It is Peavey's most affordable two-way speaker cabinet with a single 15" woofer. This trapezoidal enclosure is capable of handling 400-watts program and 800-watts of peak power. Working pros will appreciate the built-in tweeter protection, heavy-duty crossover and molded-in pole mounts. Features include a 15" premium woofer with 2-3/8" voice coil, an RX14 compression driver with a 1.4" titanium diaphragm, 1" exit through a 90 x 40 constant directivity horn and heavy-duty metal grille.

The PV 115 speaker system is rated at 400 Watts program power handling, and the full crossover network includes tweeter protection for clear, punchy sound and excellent long-term reliability. Two 1/4" phone jack input connectors make hook-up a breeze.

Two-way sound reinforcement enclosure Peavey exclusive, heavy-duty woofers with 2.375" voice coil RX14 titanium diaphragm compression driver with a 1.4" titanium diaphragm Tweeter protection 400 watts program/800 watts peak power handling Heavy-duty crossover network for driver protection and EQ Lightweight trapezoidal enclosure 60 x 40 coverage constant-directivity horn for better off-axis tonality High-quality, heavy-duty carpet covering Steel handles Steel corners Rugged dado and rabbet construction for lightweight-but-strong joinery T-Nut speaker mounting Heavy-duty, full-length steel grille Pole mount

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PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet

Frequency range (-10dB, half space): 46Hz to 21kHz
Frequency response (± 3dB, half space): 66Hz to 17kHz
Sensitivity (1w/1m): 95dB
Power rating (program): 400 watts
Peak power capacity (peak): 800 watts
Maximum SPL: 118dB
Transducer complement: Peavey heavy-duty 15" premium woofer, RX141.4" titanium diaphragm dynamic compression driver on a 60 x 40 coverage constant directivity horn
Driver protection: Positive temperature coefficient resistor
Nominal coverage pattern: 60 x 40
Electro-acoustic crossover frequency: 2.8kHz
Nominal impedance: 8 Ohms
Input connections: Two 1/4" phone jacks in parallel
Enclosure materials and finish: Trapezoidal, black carpet-covered enclosure with dado-joined 1/2" MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) and a full-length, black powder-coated steel grille
Dimensions (HxWxD):
Front: 31.75" x 18.38" x 14.25", 80.06 cm x 46.7 cm x 36.2 cm
Rear: 31.75" x 11.25" x 14.25", 80.06 cm x 28.6 cm x 36.2 cm
Weight: 53 lb. (24.1 kg)
Mounting or suspension: 1-3/8" pole-mount cup for stand mounting

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For products over $200, No Lemon Policy applies. If it fails for the same defect 3 times, it is replaced on the 4th breakdown. (Does not apply to failures due to drops, spills, and cracks) For products under $200 experiencing the above failures, a Custom Guitar's Friend gift card will be issued for the full price of the product + tax. Shipping fees covered if required for repair or replacement Plans are transferable in the event merchandise is sold Plans are renewable on new gear

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I've used these speakers for live shows, and DJ gigs and I've been more then happy. The first gig I did, was at a big outdoor political rally, for more then 2000 people, and I could hear the bands perfectly all the way on the other side of the park. I recommend using these with an independant subwoofer, but for indoor gigs, there's no need. Plenty of bump in these Peavys. Did I mention how light they were? For those of you hauling stuff all the time, it's a plus.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.I'm writing this review to comment on how beautiful these speakers sound. My setup includes: a Behringer Xenyx 2442 mixer, a Nady XA-700 amp, and two PV115's. I have them set up in my band room, and they deliver very smooth sound. When compared to some Mackies my friend uses, it seems these are superior. They are not too heavy, loud, and sound great at high volume. I have not used them for a show yet, but I have heard them used at a local venue and they sound great. You will not regret buying some of these speakers.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.I have 4 of these and I run them as mains. I am the chief engineer for a multimedia company at a college. We purchased these and have used them at 2 dances. During the first, after 3 hours, the cabinets stopped working and when they came back they were lighting up on the inside. (it was described to me as "flashlights turned on inside it every time it hit hard") the room quickly smelled like burning electronics. Later, we used the other 2 speakers in another dance. I kept a keen eye on them and noticed that again, after 3 hours, they started to glow through the ports. I quickly turned the amps down but the rest of the night they would start to glow when the music was particularly bass-heavy. Anyway, I will never get these again. Probably going to JBL.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.I can't understand why someone could possibly be disappointed in this cabinet. I've used 2 of these cabinets for 2 years now with different daily band practices and venues up to 250 people and I'm completely satisfied. I have excellent bass response (even w/ a double bass), I mean sure its not making your chest thump because 2 15"s can't do that but its got the punch and it sounds great. The midrange response is exactly what it needs to be making vocals clean and bright. And those big horns shoved in there give everything the perfect crisp and clarity it needs. The weight and position of the handles make it very easy for one person to load and carry around. I would recommend placing these on stands to get them head level because mids/highs are unidirectional frequencies so unless they are even with your ears, you won't hear them as well. I'm pushing them 200 watts each in stereo and its plenty load (vocals is all you need through the pa) for metal bands with their ridiculous stacks and loud drums piercing 130dbs and these speakers are capable of a LOT more (2x atleast)! Lastly, these speakers are durable. I have hit walls carrying them through doors frequently. They have fallen out of the back of a suburban onto cement as well as other accidental spills. From that they have loss no sound quality or functionality (amazing enough theres no scrapes/dings/or dents!) These things work perfect! The price is right folks, get 2 of these.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.I wont waste your time here. I use a pair of these on my keyboard rig. The handle every thing I throw at them. The tonal spectrum is very important to me and its these speakers I use. I plan on buying another pair of these.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.ok...i'll make this short and sweet. I use a soundcraft gigrac 600 with 2 pv115's. these speakers are perfect for mid size venues. portability is nice, and the sound resonating out of these puppies are second to none. I have played through electrovoice, jbl, qsc, all the big names....and what it comes down to is....price and quality. peavey hasn't been around for so many years because they make a crap product, and this one, the pv115, is hands down, one of the best sounding speakers i have ever heard. the vocals that this speaker reproduces are superb. every word, every note, is so, so smoothe. the hf driver is very responsive even at high decibel's. the woofer, although only one 15", reproduces a substantial amount of bass also at higher lvl's. the bottom line? this is a GREAT product for mid size gigs (and maybe some larger gigs, i played to a party of 350+ last weekend usin' these badboys). peavey, you have managed again to produce a great product that is ready for the long haul, and meets all of my expectations.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.I bought these PV115's about three years ago, and i am glad i did. For the price ,they are worth every dollar, they sound really loud and clear,and i have not had a problem with them, very durable.These dudes can fill a pretty large area,and do really well.I am planning on getting another pair ,or upgrade to the Peavy 215's.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.I used these speakers on full range for a dj gig and through the whole 7 hours of the party they never went down on me are showed any sing of weakness. The hall I played in was a big hall and these speakers did really well. The only thing these are missing are the twist lock connect plugs.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.I run two sets of dj equipment and bought a pair of these to add to a set of Cerwin Vega 15' Subs with the second set. I use a Peavey 2600 amp for all four speakers. Great for small to medium weddings / clubs. I was pleasantly surprized at the sound quality for the price ratio!!! These are worth more than they charge!! Handle highs and Mids "most excellent". EV's are better, but these give excellent bang for the buck!!
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet
.Picked these up about 2 years ago, and set these up on a stage, in park for a small festival. I use a yamaha (500W per side) powered Mixer, and you could hear the band perfectly accross the street from the park.

Fantastic mains for DJing or a live band. I use them mostly for DJing and half the time, I don't even need a sub.

Amazing speakers for the price. Watch out for peaking at times, but make sure they're powered right. I throw 500w a side at them, and they could easily handle more.
Peavey PV 115 2-Way 15" Speaker Cabinet

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