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Peavey Electronics PV Series Mixing Consoles

Peavey Electronics in Meridian, Miss., announces new additions to its PV Series of mixing consoles offering non‐powered mixer performance with state‐of‐the‐art features for l 1/29/2014 9:54 AM Eastern

Peavey Electronics in Meridian, Miss., announces new additions to its PV Series of mixing consoles offering non‐powered mixer performance with state‐of‐the‐art features for live or studio applications: the PV 6, PV 6 BT, PV 10 BT and PV 14 BT consoles.

Built with studio and live applications in mind, the latest additions to the PV Series of mixing consoles feature solid construction, reliable operation, reference‐quality mic preamps with a reported .0007-percent total harmonic distortion, direct outputs for recording, stereo channels, Bluetooth capability, digital effects, streaming USB Out, 48-volt phantom power, dual selectable control room outputs, compression, a 3‐band EQ per channel with bypass, channel mute buttons, signal clip indicators, and a stereo master LED meter bridge.

PV Series consoles have an on‐board selectable guitar preamp. Along with DAW interface connectivity, this guitar‐shape feature adjusts the EQ and preamp specifically for guitar, making the consoles ideal for recording environments. The PV 10 and PV 14 BT additionally showcase an LCD display, USB‐A MP3 playback, highpass filters, Kosmos‐C bass and treble enhancement, as well as the PV series Listen feature. The Listen feature allows the user to listen to individual channels via headphone or control room outputs; and the EQ bypass allows the user to compare the equalized signal to the original signal with the push of a button.

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