The Peavey SP 6 speaker delivers gigantic sound with precision, accuracy, and long-term reliability. It handles up to 4,000 watts peak power. It is a quasi 4-way system that directs low frequencies to... Read More
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The Peavey SP 6 speaker delivers gigantic sound with precision, accuracy, and long-term reliability. It handles up to 4,000 watts peak power. It is a quasi 4-way system that directs low frequencies to both 15" Black Widow woofers, while limiting mid-range frequencies to the top woofer, and 6.5" professional grade mid-range speaker. An RX 22 titanium driver, that is ferrofluid cooled for maximum tweeter performance, and longevity, handles the upper-mids, and high frequencies.
Innovative upgrades Peavey's exclusive Quadratic Throat Waveguide technology actually reduces horn distortion and aims sound directly at the audience, not over their heads. Peavey's Sound Guard circuitry offers horn and tweeter protection, and works automatically in either full range, or bi-amp modes. The Apen hardwood plywood enclosure, with extensive internal bracing, improves bass response. The SP 6 is finished in the durable Hammertex material, has heavy-duty handles, and a powder-coat grille.
Made in the USA.
Quasi 4-way full range/bi-ampable sound reinforcement system
RX 22 compression driver with ferrofluid cooling
6.5 inch Pro mid-range with phase plug
Two 15" BWX Black Widow 4" VC woofers with a Kevlar impregnated cone
Patented Quadratic Throat CD Waveguide technology used on mid and tweeter
Aspen hardwood plywood enclosure
Durable Hammertex finish
Patented Radialinear Planar Phase Correction System
Asymmetrical horns aim their coverage patterns 10 degrees upward and 30 degrees downward”directing sound to your audience, not over their heads
Bi-amp capability via internal wiring jumper
Sound Guard III tweeter and mid-range protection
Full-range inputs now include a Neutrik Speakon four-pin jack along with two 1/4" phone jacks
Frequency response, 1 meter on-axis, swept-sine in anechoic environment: 50 Hz to 15 kHz (±3 dB)
Usable low frequency limit (-10 dB point): 42 Hz
Full range: 1,000W continuous 2,000W program 4,000W peak Low frequency section: 1,000W continuous 2,000W program 4,000W peak Passive mid / High frequency section: 150W continuous 300W program 600W peak
Sound pressure level, 1W, 1 meter in anechoic environment:
Full range: 99 dB SPL (2.0 V input) Low frequency section: 100 dB SPL (2.0 V input) Mid/high frequency section: 98 dB SPL (2.0 V input)
Maximum sound pressure level (1 meter):
Full range: 129 dB SPL continuous 135 dB SPL peak Low frequency section: 130 dB SPL continuous 136 dB SPL peak Passive mid/high frequency section: 121 dB SPL continuous 127 dB SPL peak
Radiation angle measured at -6 dB point of polar response: 90 horizontal by 40 vertical The vertical main polar lobe is angled down 10 with respect to straight ahead being +10, -30
Low frequency section: 2x 15" woofer, vented 1508-8 HE SF Mid frequency section: 1"x6.5" pro mid-range on an asymmetrical quadratic throat CD horn High frequency section: 1"x .875" exit /51mm voice coil RX 22 compression driver on an asymmetrical Quadratic throat CD horn
Box tuning frequency: Low Frequency Section: 52 Hz
Crossover frequency (internal passive): Bottom woofer: 250 Hz Low / Mid frequency: 650 Hz Mid / High frequency: 2100 Hz
Recommended Active Crossover Frequency Region and Slope: Low Frequency ” High Frequency: 500 Hz at 12 dB / octave
Time Offset: Low Frequency: 0.0 ms Mid/High Frequency: 0.58 ms
These babies thump so low I can blow a hole in the earth's crust. They put out a high that makes you think Minnie Ripperton is singing alive and live! As a mobile DJ, I'd substituted sound quality for mobility. Used to buy my speakers on 2nd hand circuits etc. I realized that my studio at home sounded much better than my system on the road. I was still playing a muddy Juke-Joint sound. Well I looked at specs and prices and listened to several major brands before setting on these GEMS! Heavy but, the sound is pure. I turned the EQ off and let them rip. Sucker D J's came over to see what I was using to blow them out. Had people from the other side of the lake coming over looking for a live band. This was using an idol pro amp. Can't wait to do a gig that requires the Peavey 4080's for power.
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