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Peavey PV 8 USB Mixer
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The PV8USB compact USB mixer from Peavey is perfect for live or studio applications. The PV8USB mixer's reference quality mic pre-amps are super quie...Read More
The PV8USB compact USB mixer from Peavey is perfect for live or studio applications. The PV8USB mixer's reference quality mic pre-amps are super quiet with less than 0.0007% of total harmonic distortion. Six channels, with one through four having XLR inputs, channel insert, phantom power, 3-band EQ and effects send. The master section offers assignable tape input and a master contour EQ which simultaneously cuts mids while slightly boosting the bass and treble in the overall mix. Outputs include L & R for main and control room, effects send and headphones. Stylish metal casing adds overall strength and durability.
Compact, versatile, and amazingly affordable.
- 4 RQ (reference-quality) low noise microphone inputs
- USB jack
- channels 5/6 and 7/8 with dual switchable stereo line inputs
- 3-band EQ on all channels
- LED clip, signal, 1 pre-fader monitor send
- 1 post-fader effects send with stereo output
- Control room output
- Global 48 volt phantom power, tape to control room and tape to mix assignments
- Stereo output 1/4 inch balanced connectors
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Comments about Peavey PV 8 USB Compact USB Mixer:
I was recently in the jamhub que and decided that buying a PV8 and a headphone amp (Presonus) would better serve my needs. Don't get me wrong, the jamhub looks like a cool tool for its intended purpose, but limited utility outside of a practice space, long waits for specific units, and price were significant detractors for my circumstances.In any case, I'm glad I picked the PV8. I found the unit to be surprisingly robust, the mic pres clean, and the connectivity options ideal for two to three musicians. Recording via USB worked well with Logic 8, though I still have to figure out how to incorporate the mixer in playback. Unlike the jamhub, I can't get individual musician mixes out of the PV8/Presonus combo. Also, I have fewer inputs. But I do have USB, enough inputs for my needs, clean sound, and I could (and probably will) use the PV8 for small gigs. Saved a couple hundred bucks, too. Not too shabby.