The Peavey PV 10/Harbinger APS12 PA Package includes the Peavey PV 10 mixer with 6 mono/2 stereo channels and effects; 2x12", 150W Harbinger APS12 2-way powered loudspeakers; 2 Audio-Technica M4000s d... Read More
The Peavey PV 10/Harbinger APS12 PA Package includes the Peavey PV 10 mixer with 6 mono/2 stereo channels and effects; 2x12", 150W Harbinger APS12 2-way powered loudspeakers; 2 Audio-Technica M4000s dynamic mics; and 4 mic cables.
Peavey PV 10 mixer
The PV 10 compact mixer offers value and easy-to-use features. Reference-quality mic preamps with an astonishingly low 0.0007% THD make the PV 10 mixer excellent for live sound or project studio recording. The PV 10 mixer includes three-band EQ, effects send and monitor send on each channel. With six mono and two stereo channels, the PV 10 offers a total of eight inputs. The master section includes 48 volt phantom power, built-in digital effects, effects send and return, assignable tape input and a unique master contour EQ that helps sweeten the mix. Dual XLR and 1/4 inch outputs allow the PV 10 to easily connect with other equipment. Sleek metal design adds strength, durability and looks like no other mixer in its class. Rackmount kit available.
Harbinger APS12 12" Powered Speaker
The 150W Harbinger APS12 is a 12", 2-way, powered PA speaker system with full-range response that makes it ideal for vocals and acoustic performances. The Harbinger APS12 is equipped with a 12" woofer with a 1-3/8" compression driver, 3-channel mic/line mixer, 2 mic/line input channels with individual balanced and unbalanced connections, 1 dual RCA/single XLR line input for playback devices, and much more.
Audio-Technica M4000s Dynamic Microphone
The handheld Audio-Technica M4000S dynamic microphone combines professional features with a ridiculously affordable price tag. Audio-Technica tailors the M4000S mic's frequency response for crystal-clear vocal reproduction. Great feedback rejection and focused pickup are due to the A-T microphone's unidirectional polar pattern. The M4000S Audio-Technica mic also is equipped with a handy On/Off switch for convenience.
Audio-Technica professional microphone enhancements include a balanced XLR output, and a mic clip. Whether you're on the road, in the studio, or just performing at local gigs. Expect the all-metal Audio-Technica M4000S microphone to provide you with years of trouble-free use.
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I must first start by saying that I have used various small PAs over the last 20 years. So I compare this to a number of 8 channel or smaller mixers both powered and unpowered. I must admit I was a bit shocked shocked when I received this system. The mixer is small. I think it's only about 15'x15'. In my limited experience with PA systems I have never seen one this small. But don't let that fool you. It does everything that I would expect from an 6/8 channel mixer. The knobs and sockets are good and solid. While it is small and light it certainly doesn't feel cheap. I'm actually impressed with the quality of materials and construction. Thumbs up to Peavey on that. The is a small but efficient EQ section for each of the six channels, as well as the two stereo channels. The last two would probably be used for DJ equipment I would guess. I have no use for them right now. The onboard effects are limited but you get a decent enough reverb/chorus. The delay is really kind of cheesy sounding, but let's be honest. If you want a good delay you need to buy a vocal processor. Anything built in will always be somewhat limited. I give them 4/5 for giving us some effects. The output section give you the option of using XLR or 1/4 for your speakers. With the package you get XLR cables so that it what I have used. No issues here, but I like that it does both. The included speakers are really pretty nice. While not the loudest or super bass, they work well. Good lows without being muddy. Good highs without being thin. Good mids without being overwhelming. I haven't messed with the onboard EQs or other inputs. So I really can't comment there. But I assume it will do what you need them to. The microphones are good, not great, but good. If you want great then buy some SM58s. Not sense in complaining about what comes with it. Overall, it is what it is. A good small PA for vocals in a band or as a live DJ system. Can you run all of your stuff through it? No. There are not enough inputs and I don't think the sound out of those speakers would work real well. That's not what they are designed for. If you need a full sound reinforcement system for live audio, then look at the packages for that. If you need some vocals for a band, this will more than fill the ticket. Best of all, when we buy our live rig, we can still use the mixer and speakers as a monitor system. So it's not a cheap throw away system. Great package GC.