- Musician's Friend Best Selection, Price & Service. Guaranteed.
Call our Gear Heads
Call our Gear Heads
Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 877-896-6942.Similar Items:
12-channel mixer with 15" powered PA speakers, mics, and cables.
The Peavey PV 14/Harbinger APS15 PA Package includes the Peavey PV14 mixer with 10 mono/2 stereo channels and effects; 2x15", 200W Harbinger APS15 2-way powered loudspeakers; 2 Audio-Technica M4000s dynamic mics; and 4 mic cables.
Peavey PV 14 mixer
The PV 14 compact mixer has the best features, quality and price of any mixer in its class. Peavey's reference-quality mic preamps spec in at an incredible .0007 THD making the PV 14 mixer excellent for live or recording applications. The PV 14 mixer includes three-band EQ, effects send, monitor send on each channel and insert points on channels 1-10. With ten mono and two stereo channels, the PV 14 offers a total of twelve inputs. The master section includes 48 volt phantom power, built-in digital effects, effects send and return, assignable tape input and a unique master contour EQ that helps sweeten the mix. Dual XLR and 1/4 inch outputs allow the PV 14 to easily connect with other equipment. Sleek metal design adds strength, durability and looks like no other mixer in this price range. Rack mount kit available.
Harbinger APS15 15" Powered Speaker
The APS15 from Harbinger combines a powerful 2-way loudspeaker, a simple mixer, and 200W of power into one convenient PA system. Featuring 3 channels with balanced and unbalanced inputs for microphones, music players or instruments, a 200W A/B amplifier, and a 15" speaker with a high horn driver, you get an active PA with flexibility, powerful reach, and concert quality sound. Equally capable of serving your needs in rehearsal spaces, small clubs, installs, banquet rooms, or outdoor events, the APS15 PA speaker is easy to setup, never wants for volume, and always provides full frequency, crystal-clear fidelity. With individual gain controls for each channel, 5-band graphic EQ, and a Master Output knob, you have the control you need to get the mix you want and the ability to tailor your sound to the distinct characteristics of any environment.
Audio-Technica M4000s Dynamic Microphone
The handheld Audio-Technica M4000S dynamic microphone combines professional features with a ridiculously affordable price tag. Audio-Technica tailors the M4000S mic's frequency response for crystal-clear vocal reproduction. Great feedback rejection and focused pickup are due to the A-T microphone's unidirectional polar pattern. The M4000S Audio-Technica mic also is equipped with a handy On/Off switch for convenience.
Audio-Technica professional microphone enhancements include a balanced XLR output, and a mic clip. Whether you're on the road, in the studio, or just performing at local gigs. Expect the all-metal Audio-Technica M4000S microphone to provide you with years of trouble-free use.
PV14 / Harbinger APS15 PA Package
Review Snapshot®by PowerReviews
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
Comments about Peavey PV14 / Harbinger APS15 PA Package:
This system has a lot of bang for the buck. 180 wats may not sound like much, but trust me, when you are blasting this thing in your basement, you don't want to be right next to it.The speakers themselves are a little noisy, but the hiss is nothing too bad. The crossover i think isin't the best, but what more can you ask for in this price. The speakers don't come with a lot of specs so here are the ones from the owners manual:Dementions: (HxWxD) 28.7 x 19.3 x 14.6Weight: 46.3 lbsthings you need for this system if you are going to use it is a subwoofer, some speaker stands, and EXTENTION CABLES. The cables for the speakers where not designed to be on stands, and at a good hight, the plugs don't even reach the floor. These speakers are clear and clean, but without the low end, they will be harsh and thin. I love the mixer. The only thing i wish it had was a better effects send config. As it stands, you have to run an effect through a seprate channel, and then run that channel as an effects channe. This isn't an issue when im DJing, but if i want to run an effect for somthing, i have to sacrifice an intire preamp to it. Other then that.The Mics are a great add on. No they wont sound as good as say a sure sm58 but for what you get, they are great for micing guitar cabs on a budget, or MC work. They do have a pretty good pattern, which means they can cause a lot feed back if you don't know what you are doing.I love this system. If you have an extra few hundred to spend on a powered subwoofer, you are set for all your small gig PA needs.