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Peavey PR 15 2-Way Speaker Cab
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The Peavey PR-15 2-Way Speaker Cab boasts 400W handling from a huge 15" premium woofer with 2" voice coil. Crystal-clear highs come from a 14XT compr...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fantastic full-range tone in a sturdy cab.
The Peavey PR-15 2-Way Speaker Cab boasts 400W handling from a huge 15" premium woofer with 2" voice coil. Crystal-clear highs come from a 14XT compression driver with a 1.4" titanium diaphragm and a 1" exit on a 90 degree x 40 degree constant directivity horn. Tweeter protection, fail-proof crossover, lightweight molded polypropylene enclosure, molded-in polemount system, and heavy-duty metal grille make it a great cab for serious road work.
- 400W handling
- 15" premium woofer
- 2" voice coil
- 14XT compression driver
- 1.4" titanium diaphragm
- 90 degree x 40 degree constant directivity horn
- Tweeter protection
- Fail-proof crossover
- Lightweight molded polypropylene enclosure
- Molded-in pole mount system
- Heavy-duty metal grille
- 21-1/2"W x 28-3/4"H x 17"D
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Most Liked Positive Review
I read many good reviews before purchasing 2 of these valuble and versatile LOUDspeakers. I work at a college radio station that plays mostly tecno asswell live house&breaks and Drum&bass...Read complete review
I read many good reviews before purchasing 2 of these valuble and versatile LOUDspeakers. I work at a college radio station that plays mostly tecno asswell live house&breaks and Drum&bass DJ's. I was impressed just from the look of these right out of the box but, then how do they sound? I'll tell you if you don't know. Drum and Bass is a very demanding genre of Music to supply live sound for. I use 2 old peavey 1800 longthrow subs powered by an old cs800 amp. I pole mounted the pro 15 prolights on the subs and power them with a QSC 1450 350w at 8ohm per channel wich is ideal for these. They sound clear highs, solid mids, punchy lows and are super light. I can say I have used them with a cheap fender powerd mixer at the station and they still sound great. I have used this setup a few times allready and can vouch for Peavey's history of quality. The old 1800's rattled the pool table trimmings throughout the entire place we threw a show at and they are still original drivers at least 10 years old. As for the prolight15's they completly live up to the Peavey Legacy when it comes down to Quality meets Quantity for the best price around. I am personally using them for my elctronic Roland drum kit. I read a few reviews about the horns going bad or even being flawed out of box. I will have to tell you that I too had an issue with one of the horns. It was like a buzzing sound a day after I took them out of the box and had been lugging them to the station. My buddy was sure it was to good of a price to be true and thought it was blown. I on the otherhand having the faith for Peavey enginering I had to take a closer look. As I took it off the stand I heard a slight knocking or rattling only when I bumped or set it down hard. I unscrewed the back panel of the prolights and carefully removed it. I reached up inside to feel the horns driver to find that it jiggled a little. Then I carefully screwed it in tightly and snugg. Righty tighty. Lefty loosy. Never had a problem since. Ryan-AKA-plus1-pulse1330.com
Most Liked Negative Review
Nice sound, poor reliability
I purchased two of these when they first were released in 2003 as well as a pair of the PRsubs, which I don't believe are sold anymore. They are lightweight and sound good,...Read complete review
I purchased two of these when they first were released in 2003 as well as a pair of the PRsubs, which I don't believe are sold anymore. They are lightweight and sound good, but they just can't be turned up too loud and suffer from some reliability issues. One of the first DJ gigs I used them on, the LF driver quit. After about half an our of troubleshooting my rig, I opened the cab up and found that the speaker wire was detached -- so loose it just slid off. I soldered them to the speaker and have not had that problem again. But, I have had to replace the crossovers twice on each of the cabinets -- they actually melted away, and I'm only using a Crown XL402 amp to run them. I also have had to replace the HF diaphragm on one of the speakers. This is only with using them about twice a month for DJ gigs. Luckily I registered them with Peavey and the parts were covered. They sent them out to me and I installed them. But I can't rely on these speakers. They are being sold so I can buy a pair of Yamaha or JBL. I have owned several Peavey products and they have not been a problem. I need something reliable and so far, these speakers have proven anything but.
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What more can I say. These are awsome speakers. Worth every penny for their lightweight alone. One person can carry both 15" mains by themselves. The extra handle on top makes this very easy. They sound great. I played 9 shows in 7 days during St. Pat's week and these things kicked ***. Some of the shows were in front of 1500 or more people. I am going to purchase a pair of the 10" speakers to use as monitors. Where else can you get a lightweight speaker that can handle this much power for this low price. Hope this helps some of you.
i own these speakers and run them with a peavy mixer. these hold up great at my gigs and go through anything. the cabs are great because they are durable. these are great.
If you know anything about spending money on sound equipment, you know that you would be hard-pressed to find speakers of quality such as these for a price so low. The only thing that could be improved upon is incorporating some speakon connectors into these speakers. Other than that, great speakers with no regrets!
This is the second set of these that I have gotten here and couldn't be happier. I push these two with a QSC 1450 and they sound great and punch with the best of them. Some comments say they don't work well in outdoor venues--With my 4 PR-15 2 QSC 1450 and 2PR-12 and a Peavy 1500, people standing 50 yards in front were askin me to turn down. Spend more on JVCs' or Yamahas' if you want but these do an equal job and the light weight more than makes up for any tiny shortfall they may have.
These cabs rock, I run them through a behringer mixer and they are awesome as crap.
I was in the market for either JBL's, Yamaha or EV speakers. I saw the PR-15's and hooked them up in the store. I was blown away by the quality, then the price and then their weight. Hands down, the best bang for the buck!
I have to write and say a huge THANK YOU to Peavey for making their PR 15's such an awesome speaker. As a one-man mobile DJ, I can't tell you how much I appreciate the light-weight design combined with a HEAVY-WEIGHT punch on the performance end! I purchased a pair of these over a year-and-a-half ago and I could not be happier (and this is being said after 15 weddings and a BUNCH of Middle-School/High-School dances where you REALLY pound the speakers with all of that new RAP-CRAP, as I like to call it when I joke with the kids). My only question/concern is: how in the world do you get that much bass response out of a plastic cabinet? My powered subwoofer went on the blink about five months ago; yet, I've hardly missed it! My dear Peavey, whatever it is that you're doing, KEEP doing it! This PR line is incredible!
I was at a local bar, and the DJ playing there was using a set of Peavey PR-15 speakers for his mains. They sounded great! I could not believe how much low end response they had. I was seriously looking to see if he had a sub running. I was very impressed, and I am now considering a set of these for my small mobile system. Great sound at a bargain price, and light to boot!
I have had such great sound from my Peavey pr 15 and am going back to them. I had bought another pair for I wanted ligghtweight but I suffer the sound quality even with the behringer 212 peaking to 800 watts I still like the sound that the 400 watts gives me. They seem to be a lot more durasble than the behringers.And even outdoors they are much better. And I have never had problems with the cords slipping out. I was taught in protools that you wrapp the cord around the speaker cables 3 times This ensures that people don't step on the cord and pull out the cables. I did not know that that was the reason I was taught this but now I do.
I bought a pair of these for a pa set up, and they work great, I used them at a dance and they have enough bass to use without a subwoofer when playing cds. They are under 40 lbs each and very easy to haul around and set up on stands. The sound quality is pretty good too, as good as I'll ever need, they sound as good with a live band as with cds. I'm very happy with them.