Peavey proudly introduces the new three-way Versarray 212 line-array enclosure, featuring planar ribbon drivers, neodymium woofers and exclusive adjustment technology to set a new benchmark for high fidelity, high-level sound reinforcement.
The Peavey Versarray is the exclusive sound system of the JÃ¤germeisterÂ® Mobile Stage on this summerâ€™s RockstarÂ® MayhemÂ® tour, which features Peavey artists Slipknot, Dragonforce, Machine Head, Black Tide and The Red Chord. Two Peavey Versarray systems are also on the road this summer with country superstar Tim McGrawâ€™s multi-stage Live Your Voice tour.
Since debuting in 2006, the innovative Peavey Versarray line-array system has been featured at major concert venues such as the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and the Chicago Blues Festival, and in world-class music venues like Ground Zero Blues Club, the Mississippi Delta blues juke joint co-owned by Morgan Freeman.
Engineered for optimum coverage in large performance venues with companion Versarray 218 and 118 subwoofers, the new Versarray 212 enclosure offers extreme versatility in the most demanding sound-reinforcement applications. This three-way enclosure features two 12â€? Black WidowÂ® woofers with dual 4â€? ribbon-wire voice coils and a symmetrical-drive neodymium magnet design, plus ten 2.5â€? Neo midrange drivers and four exclusive waveguide-mounted planar ribbon drivers with a flat radiating surface for the highest possible fidelity. The Versarray 212 is rated at 4,000 watts peak handling for the low frequencies and 800 watts peak each for the midrange and high frequencies.
The Versarray system allows maximum articulation from each 13-ply Baltic birch, 2×12 enclosure with Peaveyâ€™s exclusive bracket-and-pin flying hardware. This highly flexible rigging system allows users to adjust these systems incrementally from 0 to 10 degrees, providing a multitude of array possibilities.
Peaveyâ€™s patent-pending Ram Air Coolingâ„¢ design, a dissipation process that radiates heat away from the voice coil and speaker cone, works in conjunction with neodymium-loaded, 12â€? NEO Black WidowÂ® loudspeakers featuring dual 4â€? voice coils for greater efficiency and power handling, and overall improved performance over conventional cone-type transducers.
Â· 4,000 watts peak power handling, low-frequency section (2,000 watts program)
Â· 800 watts peak power handling, mid-frequency section (400 watts program)
Â· 800 watts peak power handling, high-frequency section (400 watts program)
Â· 90Â° horizontal x 15Â° vertical dispersion per one cabinet
Â· Three-way tri-amp ribbon line source array system
Â· Dual 12″ Neo Black WidowÂ® 4â€? dual VC Woofers
Â· 10 Peavey special-design 2.5â€? Neo Midrange speakers in a compound line array source
Â· Four Peavey custom Planar Ribbon Neo Drivers on a manifold line source
Â· Easy aiming angle adjustment rigging system
Â· Vertical Adjustment Bracket Set included with cabinet
Â· Sound Guardâ„¢ midrange and tweeter protection
Â· Inputs are two NeutrikÂ® SpeakonÂ® 8-pin jacks in parallel, and four Neutrik Speakon 4-pin jacks, one set in parallel for the lows and one set in parallel for the midrange and highs
Â· 13-ply Baltic birch enclosure finished in black or white
Â· Perforated steel grille finished with powder-coat finish
Â· Frequency response: 90 Hz to 20 kHz
Â· U.S. MSRP $4399.99
Founded in 1965, PeaveyÂ® is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of musical instruments and professional sound equipment. Peavey has earned more than 180 patents and produces more than 2,000 products, which are distributed throughout the United States and to 136 other countries. Peavey and its MediaMatrixÂ®, Architectural AcousticsÂ®, PVDJÂ®, Crest AudioÂ® and Trace ElliotÂ® brands and affiliates can be found on concert stages and in more than 5,000 airports, stadiums, theme parks and other venues around the world. To find out more, visit www.peavey.com.