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New Peavey PVX Series Passive Portable Loudspeakers Now Shipping

All have injection-molded enclosures that include a pole mount, three multi-point flying locations and a tilt-back design

New Peavey Electronics PVX Series passive loudspeakers, introduced earlier this year, are now shipping.

The PVX 12 and PVX 15 passive (non-powered) loudspeakers are specified as being capable of handling 400 watts program and 800 watts peak power, respectively.

Peavey PVX enclosures are constructed with heavy-duty 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.

All have injection-molded enclosures that include 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.

Features:
—RX 14 titanium compression driver
—12-in or 15-in Peavey woofer with 2.3-in voice coil
—Multiple cabinet fly points
—Pole mountable cabinet
—Molded in cabinet handles
—Expansion module bay
—Angled side for use as monitor when required
—Rugged polypropylene molded enclosure
—Combination 1/4-in and XLR input
—XLR and 1/4-in through outputs
—U.S. MSRP $299.99 (PVX 12); $399.99 (PVX 15)

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