The Peavey PV 10/Harbinger APS15 PA Package includes the Peavey PV 10 mixer with 6 mono/2 stereo channels and effects; 2x15", 200W Harbinger APS15 2-way powered loudspeakers; 2 Audio-Technica M4000s d... Click To Read More About This Product
The Peavey PV 10/Harbinger APS15 PA Package includes the Peavey PV 10 mixer with 6 mono/2 stereo channels and effects; 2x15", 200W Harbinger APS15 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 APS15 15 Powered Speaker
The APS15 from Harbinger combines a powerful 2-way loudspeaker, a simple mixer, and 200W of power into one convenient PA system. Featuring 3 channels with balanced and unbalanced inputs for microphones, music players or instruments, a 200W A/B amplifier, and a 15" speaker with a high horn driver, you get an active PA with flexibility, powerful reach, and concert quality sound. Equally capable of serving your needs in rehearsal spaces, small clubs, installs, banquet rooms, or outdoor events, the APS15 PA speaker is easy to setup, never wants for volume, and always provides full frequency, crystal-clear fidelity. With individual gain controls for each channel, 5-band graphic EQ, and a Master Output knob, you have the control you need to get the mix you want and the ability to tailor your sound to the distinct characteristics of any environment.
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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Comments about Peavey PV10 / Harbinger APS15 PA Package:
For the price, this is a good PA. The sound obviously isn't perfect, but for $550 its good. The fact that it includes the cables, mics, speakers, and boards make it very nice. Great for an acoustic player.
Comments about Peavey PV10 / Harbinger APS15 PA Package:
I don't usually give five star reviews as I feel it misrepresents an item and tends to give a fan-boy vibe for the reviewer. But this time I have to honestly say that I don't have any complaints about the package. GC has done an excellent job putting this together with good components for the great price. First off, the mixer. It is very small and extremely light. When I first received the package(s) I had to dig for the mixer. It was under the cables and packing material. My concern with that is someone pulling it off the table by snagging a cord. Other than that it works well. There are very basic EQ controls for each channel. The pots and sliders feel good and solid. There are actually only six channels for mic/instrument input. The last two are stereo channels you could use for something like a tape deck/cd player for doing DJ or Karaoke. The manual is very basic. If you don't know anything about sound reinforcement, you need to do some reading as the manual tells you what each part does in one sentence or less. Next, the speakers. I have no complaints here at all. They are not huge, but they do weigh a bit. They are solidly encased in weapons grade plastic that should put up to handling. Built in EQ section which is nice. You have a choice of inputs between XLR, 1/4" and RCA so they will work with a number of inputs. You can even run a mic directly into them if needed. Why you would I don't know, but you can. Finally the mics. Are they good enough to get by with, yes. They sound okay with vocals and even for miking a guitar cab. They are not cheap throw away junk like you get with some packages. Each of mine has an on/off switch. No blatant noise or feedback issues, although you do get a bit of handling noise when using a mic stand. The cables are workable, although I wouldn't stake my performance on their durability. Considering that it would cost you around $60 to purchase separately I appreciate them being included. If you�ۡ���re going to be taking this out you may want to at least buy a couple of spares. Overall I can't find a great deal to complain about. None of the components is the top of the line, but all are good and solid. Nothing that I would consider cheap or flimsy. We use ours for band practice for vocals only. In this capacity it works without any issues. Would I take it out to gig? Probably not, unless it was absolutely necessary. But I love it and I am very satisfied with both quality and price. Just be reasonable on what you are expecting.
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