The compact and portable PVXp 15 active (powered) loudspeakers deliver high fidelity and impressive power using Peavey's legendary speaker and power amp technology. The PVXp Series powered enclosures ... Read More
The compact and portable PVXp 15 active (powered) loudspeakers deliver high fidelity and impressive power using Peavey's legendary speaker and power amp technology. The PVXp Series powered enclosures bring 800 watts peak of crystal-clear highs and deep low end, while using exclusive DDT compression technology to maintain clarity throughout the mix. A module bay allows for use of expansion modules to increase the functionality of the enclosures.
Peavey PVX enclosures are constructed with heavy-duty, premium Peavey woofers with 2-3/8-inch voice coils for the lows and low-mids, while the Peavey RX14 1.4-inch titanium diaphragm compression driver, coupled to a constant directivity horn, handles the highs and mid-highs.
Peavey PVX enclosures are housed in a durable, injection-molded enclosure that includes a pole mount, three multi-point flying locations and a tilt-back design to accommodate use as a personal monitor. A black powder-coated steel grille provides driver protection and a clean, professional appearance.
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Had trouble getting this one. I ordered two and one came as the unpowered version. The guys at GC did a great job of getting that fixed quickly. Then one of the two wouldn't power up. It would light up and spin the fan and then shut right down. It did this every time it powered on. Once I got another new one, it worked great. They are mounted 15 feet up the procenium wall on eihetr side of a 45 foot wide stage. The house is a basketball court and it's 105 feet to the concrete wall on the other end and the room is 75 feet wide, 25 feet high and all hard flat surfaces. They were plenty loud without even pushing them. I don't understand why, but I had no echo or feedback in that box. While I was waiting for the replacement to sho up, I mounted a PVXp 12. I could here the lack of low end on that side but everybody else wondered why I insisted on hanging the 15 inch speakers. They couldn't hear the difference. Volume levels were the same from both 12 and 15 inch speakers. This was all vocals. So, if you aren't fussy about strong low end or you have subs, the 12's should work as well as the 15s. I only marked them a 4 because of the first one being broken. In a $10,000 plus order, this was the only defective item.