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Peavey Escort 2000 Portable Sound System  

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    A portable PA that's easy to use, easy to carry.

    The Peavey Escort 2000 Portable Sound System was perfectly designed for schools, churches, civic organizations, and small music groups. The Escort features 2 - 2-way speakers, a 5 channel mixer, and 150W amplifier. The Escort 2000's integrated design can be easily carried or pulled along on its luggage-style wheels. It even houses the speaker stands with room left over for additional mics and cables.

    System features 4 XLR inputs with 15V phantom power, 2 stereo line inputs, 60mm faders, high-quality digital reverb, 150W of output power (75W per channel) with DDT, and 5-band graphic EQ with FLS (Feedback Locator System). 2 folding speaker stands, one PVi cardioid dynamic microphone with cable, 2 - 25' speaker cables. 2-way speakers use 10" woofers and piezo horns.

    Features

    • Convenient package with luggage-style wheels
    • 150W @ 4 ohms (75W per channel)
    • 2-way speaker system with 10" woofer and piezo
    • 5-channel stereo mixer/amplifier
    • 4 XLR inputs with 15V phantom power
    • 2 stereo line inputs
    • 60mm faders
    • Digital reverb
    • 5-band graphic equalizer with FLS (Feedback Locator System)
    • 2 folding speaker stands
    • One PVi cardioid dynamic microphone with cable

    It's hard to find truly portable systems with great features like this one. Don't let it slip by. Order now.

     
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    4.6

    (based on 22 reviews)

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    Recommended for Acoustic Groups

    I purchased this almost five years ago shortly after Peavey introduced the line. I replaced a Fender Passport system which I had owned for the previous three years.My first sound reinforcement system was a...Read complete review

    I purchased this almost five years ago shortly after Peavey introduced the line. I replaced a Fender Passport system which I had owned for the previous three years.My first sound reinforcement system was a Peavey back in the mid-70s. I have always associated Peavey with value for cost and this does not disappoint. While not as powerful as the Fender for the price, this had one essential feature feature the Fender lacked: EQ. In the Fender Passport, EQ was nothing more than a single tone control per channel. With the Peavey, I at least have two-band EQ per channel with 5-band master EQ and the FLS works perfectly.I have used it for small gigs in coffeehouse settings and for pre-recorded music playing DJ at my class reunion last summer.Could the speaker stands be more sturdy? Possibly--but then they'd be so bulky I'd have to schlep them around in a separate carrier. I have not had any problem with these so I find them adequate for my needs.I do not find the lack of FX to be a problem. I have. Simplicity is the virtue of this product. For acoustic music a little bit of reverb is all that I need. If I want them for my guitar I can use a stomp box.

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    There's Better Out There

    My local music dealer let me take this out to try out one night as I had been looking for something more portable to do my solo 12 string guitar and vocal act with....Read complete review

    My local music dealer let me take this out to try out one night as I had been looking for something more portable to do my solo 12 string guitar and vocal act with. I had been lugging far too much gear and it was just getting to be a pain to carry so much gear for a solo act. I will give it this it is portable. But the sound was quite cheesy to say the least. I've never been a Peavey fan besides. What really sucks about this unit is there is one and only one lousy effect and that is reverb. Big Deal. For the price of this garbage you'd think there would be more onboard effects. To me this was just another piece of junk. I high discourage buying this if you're looking for something portable. Just glad I did not buy this garbage.I rest my case.

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    5.0

    impressive

    By Tyler Hall

    from Henagar Al

    I recieved the peavey escort tonight. I wanted one for the one reason it's small enough to easily set up and break down but still packs large amounts of volume. Perfect for band practice, acoustic shows and small events.

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    5.0

    Great small venue system

    By djsmith628

    from Washington DC area

    I purchased this to play background music and dance sets for my daughter's wedding. We were in a ballroom measuring 49ft. x 102 ft. Never had to go above 5 to fill the room. Sound quality was exceptional. Setup was a breeze. Transport was easy. This is a great value for small venue sound. Received numerous commpliments from guests. Looking forward to many years of using this for Church events now that the wedding is over. Tested it with multiple instruments via direct boxes, iPod inputs, computer inputs, etc. prior to the wedding. Very easy to setup up and get great sound with all of them.

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    5.0

    Wow

    By Twister-0WApk

    from U.S.A.

    We used this system when we had our elementary "tour" in chour this year. I helped set up the P.A. and it was pretty cool. Lightweight, easy to set up, compact, produces clean, crisp, and loud sound. Its a good value. I'm purchasing one soon for band practice. Since it takes too long to set up and move the P.A. we have now.

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    5.0

    Good for the money

    By Twister-0WApk

    from U.S.A.

    Earlier this year I volunteered to help set up this system for our small choir "tour". Where we sang a musical at elementry schools all over the county. I think its a good system for the money. It's lightweight, not too expensive, and loud.I'm getting one for band practice.

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    5.0

    Use it at Church

    By thedude00

    from Owego, NY

    We got this thing for our youth group and hook up a few guitars and a bass to it. Works great. Easy to transport since it all locks together nice and neat. The only problem with the thing is in the speaker stands. If they were just a little more rugged it would have been the perfect setup. Besides that it will have to remain close to being perfect, which is more than okay. We have not really tested the full potential yet, but it projects loud enough for ANY small to medium sized event. By that I mean, anywhere from 0-350 people or so.As far as electronics are concerned, it has held up for a number of years without any problems. A good buy at a good price.

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    4.0

    Very Close to being Great

    By Richard-7qMMX

    from Oklahoma

    I am in the studio recording at least once a week and run med-large live events 2-3 times a week and have done so for the past 5 years. I have been running sound for almost 12 years now. (This was just a side note to give you an idea of my back ground.) I owned and used the escort for over 4 years now. Electronically it is a pretty good system. The sound is good and it is easy to set up. Plenty of power small to low-mid size events. If Peavey would change the following it would be one of the best (small) portable sound systems out. 1) Use larger wheels on the bottom, it doesn't roll well on carpet. 2) Make the speaker stands larger or make the hole for them on the bottom of the speaker smaller, so they fit together. 3) Get better lock downs for when it is all placed together. {It is very annoying when you are pulling the unit behind you and the speakers become unlocked and bounce off.) 4) A bit more storage for the stands would be nice as well.I hope this has helped you in your decision making process.

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    5.0

    cody

    By guitarboy-0l0SK

    from new johnsonville TN

    i have had this system for about a month and it works great.im in a christan band and we get together every wendsday night before church at the parsonage.what we hook up to it is 3 mics and 1 acoustic and then our cd player and it works great.so if anyone wants a good system get we havent had a problem yet

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    5.0

    Great durable PA for the money

    By PastorB

    from Etowah, TN

    We've owned the Escort 2000 for 3 years, and havent had any problems with it. It serves as our church PA, and is used several times every week. The sound is great! The speaker stands are a little flimsy, but we used them for the 1st two years without any trouble. This is a great value for the money.

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    4.0

    Escort User

    By Ssmigs

    from Norwich, CT

    I have been using the Escort for 5 years. I play acoustic music in bars. The sound is good and I never get above six. I have been generally happy with it however the reverb unit went during the first year and required a repair. I always worry about wheeling it around on the built in luggage type wheels shaking the unit loose. Hence, I carry it except on the most smooth surfaces. Suggestions are:1)A more secure connection for mounting the speaker. I have had it blow around like a Leslie speaker when performing outdoors. 2) The speaker stands are cheesy and as they only go to shoulder height so some drunk guy invariably stands in front of one and wrecks the sound then trips over the flimsy, wide base. 3) A 1/4 out for monitoring it. 4) The snaps that hold the speakers on the board for packing always come undone.4) A small light over the mixer or illuminated sliders.

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    5.0

    Recommended for Acoustic Groups

    By a12stringer

    from Midwest

    I purchased this almost five years ago shortly after Peavey introduced the line. I replaced a Fender Passport system which I had owned for the previous three years.My first sound reinforcement system was a Peavey back in the mid-70s. I have always associated Peavey with value for cost and this does not disappoint. While not as powerful as the Fender for the price, this had one essential feature feature the Fender lacked: EQ. In the Fender Passport, EQ was nothing more than a single tone control per channel. With the Peavey, I at least have two-band EQ per channel with 5-band master EQ and the FLS works perfectly.I have used it for small gigs in coffeehouse settings and for pre-recorded music playing DJ at my class reunion last summer.Could the speaker stands be more sturdy? Possibly--but then they'd be so bulky I'd have to schlep them around in a separate carrier. I have not had any problem with these so I find them adequate for my needs.I do not find the lack of FX to be a problem. I have. Simplicity is the virtue of this product. For acoustic music a little bit of reverb is all that I need. If I want them for my guitar I can use a stomp box.

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