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Peavey PV14 Mixer
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Highly compact, excellent quality.

The Compact Peavey PV14 Mixer offers durable construction, low noise, and excellent sound quality for an amazingly low price. It's designed for either live sound or recording, with sturdy metal housing, reference-quality mic preamps, and a total harmonic distortion of less than 0.0007%. Has global 48V phantom power and stereo effects I/O. Master sections offer assignable tape input, contour EQ, and outputs for mains, control room, and headphones.

The PV14 Mixer features 12 channels, 10 with mic inputs and 2 with stereo line inputs. Insert points on mic channels and XLR main outputs in addition to balanced 1/4", and digital effects.

Peavey PV14 Mixer Features:

  • Built-in DSP effects processor
    10 reference-quality, low-noise mic inputs
    Channels 11/12 and 13/14 with dual switchable stereo line inputs
    3-band EQ on all channels
    LED clip, signal, and mute indication
    1 pre-fader monitor send
    1 post-fader effects send
    Precision 60mm faders
    Control room output
    Global 48V phantom power
    Tape to control room and tape to mix assignments
    Stereo outputs with 1/4" unbalanced and XLR
    Rugged console design
    Universal switching power supply
    16-1/8"W x 3-1/2"H x 14-3/4"D

Peavey PV14 Mixer Specifications:

  • 16-1/8"W x 3-1/2"H x 14-3/4"D

Product Reviews
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  • good to go

    As reviewed by Chris Cox on 9/22/2008

    So far this product is good to go . I own the peavey valveking 212 and it rocks . Our band needed a new mixer board , I figured if my amp rocks then I can trust their mixer will be of the same caliber . Sure enough it was , the effects sounded wonderful and the crowd was pleased. I have but one complaint on this product and that the manual tells you nothing of how to properly set up and use the board . All boards are different in certain ways and it would have been helpful for them to put in the information on how to get the best performance from their product for live gigs or recording. I felt like I was in the dark on how to operate it . It just needs a better user manual . Overall we are happy with this mixer and sure you will be too.

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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  • Good Value

    As reviewed by Uncle Lew on 5/18/2011

    I have owned this mixer for a couple of years now, and have had no problems what so ever. For the price you pay, it is a good solid little mixer. I use it in my band's practice space so it has been used a lot. Not the quietest mixer you will ever use, not the nicest, not the most bells and whistles. But, it produces a good overall sound quality, build quality is good and it is reliable. Well worth $300. If you're looking for a blue collar mixer, this is it.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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    As reviewed by Johnny Chan on 11/15/2006

    Peavey mixers aren't the best ive ever used, but they are decent for jam sessions. They're not something i would use for anything live, except for practice. THey have some nice features like a microphone input for every channel, and treble-bass controls, and sliders. EQ controls and balance conrols. It has a great setup, and it is very accesible, however, its sound quality isn't the greatest. Its a good Mixer, but not the sound quality i expected.

    10 of 37 people found this review helpful.
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