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Peavey SP 3 3-Way 15" Speaker Cab
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3-way, full-range enclosure houses a 15" Black Widow woofer, 2-way asymmetrical Quadratic Throat Waveguide horn, and an RX 22 - 2" titanium-diaphragm...Click To Read More About This Product
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Superior, smooth, and musical 3-way reproduction.
3-way, full-range enclosure houses a 15" Black Widow woofer, 2-way asymmetrical Quadratic Throat Waveguide horn, and an RX 22 - 2" titanium-diaphragm compression driver. Includes Sound Guard III tweeter and midrange protection. Handles 600W continuous power, 1200W program, and 2400W peak. Baltic birch construction. Frequency response: 54Hz to 16kHz. Max SPL: 132dB peak.
A live sound standard for more than 3 decades, SP series enclosures feature exclusive Peavey technology for better performance, lighter weight, and killer value. Enclosures come loaded with Black Widow loudspeakers, RX22 compression drivers with ferrofluid cooling, and Quadratic Throat Waveguide technology that results in dramatically reduced horn distortion.
Tired of backbreaking load in/load out situations every night? 25% lighter than their predecessors, these rugged, 9-ply Baltic birch construction enclosures utilize extensive internal bracing to produce tighter bass response. These enclosures also include 1/4" and Neutrik Speakon I/O, plus a switchable Speakon for biamp (plug and play); built-in stand-mount adapters; and black carpet covering.
- 3-way, full-range enclosure
- 15" Black Widow woofer
- 2-way asymmetrical Quadratic Throat Waveguide
- RX 22 ” 2" titanium-diaphragm compression driver
- Sound Guard III tweeter and midrange protection
- 600W continuous power, 1200W program, 2400W peak
- Baltic birch construction
- Frequency response: 54Hz to 16kHz
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I have used Peavey stuff for 15 years. I have good friends in other bands who swear by their JBL stuff, (and it is good too) but my hearing on the upper frequencies is lousy ( drove truck too long which is why I can't even hear crickets!). Now figure this out: The horn section on the Peavey SP3 is huge. The sine waves that come out are large when the leave the cabinet, and when they are complimented with a Black Widow pushing them, they are simply louder and more clear than those being pushed out of a small cabinet. The cabinets are very reliable and tough, and are serviceable quite easily. We have replaced drivers on a few older ones during a set break after having them die under the influence of guest players. (Whoops! who turned the P.A. up while we were outside?) Anyway, it's a great cabinet and I love em. (Got 4 now) no regrets. I highly recommend them for club use and even concerts in auditoriums when doubled up with the SP118 subs. (4 tops and 4 subs)
Can you say screaming ear peircing crystal clear sound? The added midrange driver in these speakers are the selling point for me. 15" woofers can only go so high in frequency. Peavey's quite smart and throws in a 6.5" midrange driver crossed over at 650hz in these. The end result is crystal clear sound that gets thrown to China. The horns are also aimed down a bit aiming the highs at the crowd, not bouncing off the ceiling. It's near impossible to blow these speakers up unless you're using a real bad amp that clips a lot. You need a pretty powerful amp to get these speakers going but oh man they scream.