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Peavey PVI 4B Powered mixer  

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Easy to use and transport, and designed with exclusive Peavey technology!

The rugged, Peavey PVi 4B powered mixer features rotary controls to adjust level, reverb and tone on each channel and the master section, with a built-in power amp rated at 100 watts RMS into 4 ohms. Its feature set also includes four balanced microphone and 1/4" TRS inputs, tape/CD input with level control, a line out for connection to external amplifiers and a record output.

  • 100 watts into 4 ohm (2 x 8 ohm) speakers
  • Balanced mic inputs
  • Tape/CD inputs
  • 4 channels
  • 10 total inputs
  • Reverb control on each channel
  • Line Out for connection to external amplifiers
  • Record Out for taping
  • RF interference protection on all inputs
  • 18 lbs.

Just add a set of speakers and you have a nice small PA. Order today.

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PeaveyPVI 4B Powered mixer

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By J. Slick-bSRc2

from Rhode Island

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  • Accurate Controls
  • Compact
  • Compact Functional
  • Easy To Use


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    Comments about Peavey PVI 4B Powered mixer:

    so far so good... have to see if it lasts... I expect it will.

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    (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


    pvi assessment

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Peavey PVI 4B Powered mixer:

    Playing along wwith backing tracks and cd's through my 212 amplifier sounded like a small transister in a large hallway. I decided to look for a PA system that would overcome the problem. I found that the PVI4B was the most affordable solution. With it I bought the PV10 Speakers. It really came though. It has a very up-front stage-worthy sound. It really cranks at garage jam levels with backing tracks. It has fair volume with a microphone. I found that it doesn't have enough ummph to support a bass but if you just want a system that will work at garage jam levels, it does a great job.

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


    A bit noisy

    By ampnation

    from Sacramento, CA

    Comments about Peavey PVI 4B Powered mixer:

    First, the good -- cheap, lightweight, easy to use and built solid.Second, the odd -- Line out level is affected by input and output levels. No stereo or channel assignment despite two speaker outs.Third, the bad -- The noise level is close to unacceptable. My clients don't seem to mind it, but then their average age is about 70 with varying degrees of hearing loss and they say it isn't a problem, so take that with a grain of salt.

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    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


    very bad reverb effects

    By rey-5u2LK

    from Laredo, Texas

    Comments about Peavey PVI 4B Powered mixer:

    very awful reverb effects. I don't know if this item has spring reverb or not. I don't think it does. If the reverb is digital, it's the worse digital reverb sound I have ever heard, sounds like a runaway bad echo, and not able to control it. Sounds like singing through a box when using a mic. Have to really work on the EQ knobs to get at least a decent sound. Contemplating in returning it and try the Phonic with digital effects. The good thing about this is that it's light to carry.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


    good enough for rock and roll

    By Pac112man

    from Canada

    Comments about Peavey PVI 4B Powered mixer:

    I use it for practice in the garage. If you are looking for a cheep practice amp for guitar, this makes a great alternative to a lower end half stack. A modeling pedal and a 4x12 with the PVi will stand up with most amps, and you can have vocals as well! As for features, it has a good EQ and RCA ins for you MP3 player. The reverb is so bad I took the knobs off and there is no efx loop.

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