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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
|29.0 x 25.0 x 22.0"
|46 to 90 Hz ±3 dB (anechoic)
|95 dB (1W @ 1 m)
|Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL)
|18" woofer with 3" dual voice coils and a 65 oz magnet
|Box Tuning Frequency
|Active or Passive
|Line-level XLR Speaker-level 1/4" TS
|Line-level XLR, switchable to either Thru mode, or High Pass Filter mode
|300W continuous RMS 600W peak available power
|3/4" (19 mm) MDF covered in black carpet
|Dimensions (H x W x D)
|27 x 21.88 x 19.63" (686 x 556 x 499 mm)
|76 lb (34.5 kg)
|38 to 120 Hz, (-10 dB, half space)
not as much bass as i anticipated and was told.
Compact, Easy To Use, Good Audio, Versatile
I use this sub in conjunction with a Yamaha powered mixer and 2 passive 15" PA speakers. It does a nice job filling in the lows which allows me to drive the passive speakers hard with the mids and highs. Very happy with it so far, I have had it for 6 weeks now.
I use this in combination with a pair of 12" powered mains to DJ small venues without a sound system, generally 50 people or less. For that use case, it works great. If you are providing sound reinforcement for a band, this would be good to add some beef to the bass drum.
i bought this unit for an in club system, mainly for the cheap price. i knew what i was getting myself into before i bought the sub. the peavy sub is paired with 2 JBL MRX500 passive top cabs, powered by an EV Q1212 amp with crossover.
Easy To Set Up, Relatively light weight, Small Foot Print
Never been a fan of Peavey products, but I like this sub-woofer. It would have been nice if it could sum left and right- had to get a separate crossover that does that to use a single unit in a stereo set-up
These are a bit behind the more expensive powered subs, but did the job at a budget price. I did a sound system upgrade for a small church with limited funds, and these worked just fine.
I loved it. I have had a really good passive sub for a while but the extra work to hook it up just became a waste of time to me. Hook up was simple to my four powered JBL's. I ran it at about a quarter of the way up and it was plenty of bass. Even turned it down on my mixer a couple times.
Very nice sub for the price
It's a thump-er, used with other Peavey equipment for PA and music sound.
Boom, boom, boom in da room. Love da bass. Neighbors don't appreciate the jumping and thumpin. Put wheels on it.