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Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover  

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A two dual-channel crossover incorporating Peavey's legendary low-noise, low-distortion design. The ruggedly contructed PV 23XO gives you the flexibi...Click To Read More About This Product

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A two dual-channel crossover incorporating Peavey's legendary low-noise, low-distortion design. The ruggedly contructed PV 23XO gives you the flexibility to manage a two-way stereo system or run in a three-way mono configuration. The PV 23XO has variable-state filter controls with 24dB per octave filters and utilizes XLR inputs and outputs for balanced operation from 20Hz to 20kHz.

FEATURES
  • 2-way stereo or 3-way mono
  • Dedicated 100Hz subwoofer output
  • Mute switches
  • 24 dB filters and mute switches
  • Fully adjustable crossover frequencies and levels
  • XLR input and output connectors
  • Internal power supply

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SPECIFICATIONS
Controls and switches
  • Channel Gain Control: 0 to +12 dB
  • Low Frequency Level Control: -ˆž to +6 dB
  • High Frequency Level Control: -ˆž to +6 dB
  • Low Frequency to High Frequency crossover: 100 Hz to 1 Khz x10 range: Changes Low Frequency to Mid Frequency from (100 Hz to 1 kHz) to (1kHz to 10 kHz) 2-way stereo/3-way mono changes the unit from 2-way stereo or 3-way mono
Frequency Response
  • Each output is -3 dB at the selected crossover frequency value. Outputs are essentially flat within their relative passbands
  • Distortion: Less than 0.02% THD @ +4 dBu,@ 1 kHz
  • Hum and Noise: Crossover controls set @ 1 kHz, all level controls set at 0 dB; 22 Hz to 22 kHz, unweighted gain @ 0dB(ref +4dBu) - 90dB
  • Low Frequency Output: -86 dBu below 80 dB
  • High Frequency Output: -84 dBu below -78 dB
  • Maximum Input Level: +14 dBu, (channel gain @ 0 dB input level controls set at 0 dB) +22 dBu
  • Maximum Output Level: +22 dBu, unbalanced +28 dBu, balanced
  • Input Impedance: 10 k ohms unbalanced
Connectors
  • Inputs: XLR Balanced
  • Outputs: XLR Balanced
  • Power Requirements: 120V AC, 50/60 Hz, 20 watts (domestic model)
  • Dimensions:
  • 19"W x 1.75"H x 5.5"D (Unpacked)
  • 20.25"W x 4"H x 7.25"D (Packed)
  • Weight:
  • 5.5 lbs. (Packed)
  • 4 lbs. (Unpacked)
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PeaveyPV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover
 
3.4

(based on 7 reviews)

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40%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (4)

Cons

No Cons

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Working great for my needs

By Allen3000

from USA

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Powerful
  • Professional Functions
  • Versatile

Cons

  • None That I See

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Home Studio

Comments about Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover:

Using it for a two-way split. Dialed in the frequency point that seems to make my speaker set sound the best.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

It Humms

By Drummerbob

from Illinois

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Comments about Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover:

This unit is set up in a practice enviroment and never giged. After only three months of limited use it started to humm on channel 1. This is the third different Peavey product I have had problems with. In my opinion their quality has really went down hill in recent years.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Does the Job

By DjMito

from Houston, TX

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Gets The Job Done
  • PRICE
  • Versatile

Cons

  • No Locking Mechanism
  • Only Xlr Inout

Best Uses

    Comments about Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover:

    I bought this unit about 8 months ago and so far it has not let me down. Peavey has always been known for making quality products, but doesn't have the best reputation with everybody. I'm sure there are more than a few "lemons" out there of Peavey products, but the unit I have is built well and gets the Job done. Grantite, I'm no Sound Engineer, I'm just a young Dj. The unit does what it's supposed to, no problem. The only 2 complaints I have are that the XLR inputs have no locking mechanism. I think it's too risky and very easy to be pulled out accidentally without that. Another thing is that the unit feels a bit flimsy, but it doesn't affect it's overall performance. So the Price you just can't beat, but if you want something that works, well here's what you need. If you want something more proffesional and guaranteed to work very well, you may want to look for a BBE or DBX, but you still can't go wrong with this one if it's in your budget.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Everything a crossover should be

    By Joelio12

    from Boise, ID

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    Comments about Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover:

    Plenty of options to split your frequencies just as you like it. Have yet to find a single thing wrong with this crossover. Does exactly what a crossover should and sounds great along the way. No need to waste money on something fancy...

     
    3.0

    Noisy channel

    By Drummagic

    from Irvine, CA

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Noisy Hum

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover:

    I had the Peavey chrossover for about 3 years; we gig 1-2 times per month with a classic rock band. A while back one of the channels started to hum, which was quite annoying. For the price, not bad, but I decided to upgrade to a dbx unit. At least the dbx does not have a hum (actually, it is very quiet), but too early to tell. You can't get everything; the dbx has some nice features like a 40 hz filter and phase shift (and again very quiet), but no on/off switch!

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Great product / Poor design

    By Pep

    from Kentucky

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Breaks Easily

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover:

    Purchased this unit new in late 2010 and I have nothing but great things to say about it's performance. It's easy to use, quiet and reliable.
    However one thing wasn't taken into consideration when it was designed.
    The outputs are male XLR. You simply plug in a female and it locks into place.
    But the inputs are female XLR and that's where the problem lies. This unit was installed when purchased and no cables have been moved, but during the last few months it has been necessary to remove the patchbay and reinsert the male XLR into the input.
    If you're thinking about this crossover in a fixed setting like a studio or church, you can't beat it. However, if you're needing a crossover for a live setting, my suggestion would be avoid Peavey all together and get either a DBX or BBE. Both have locking mechanisms on all inputs and outputs insuring that everything stays right where it should.

     
    3.0

    Peavey seems to have QA problems

    By UrQuan3

    from Alabama

    Comments about Peavey PV 23XO 2-Way Stereo 3-Way Mono Crossover:

    It seems odd that I saw no bad reviews of the 23XO. The first unit had a loud 60Hz hum. The second unit also had a hum, but one channel was louder than the other. I can only assume that we had two defective units in a row. No one else has reported this.

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