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The perfect personal mixer!
Need a mixer for karaoke, a presentation, or a band? Then the Peavey XR684F Powered Mixer is the product for you, with features that made Peavey the world leader in powered mixing consoles. 2 x 200W @ 4 ohms. One stereo and one mono graphic EQ (assignable to monitor or channel 3). Digital effects with 48-bit internal resolution and 4 storage locations. Stereo Feedback Ferret digital feedback eliminator. 8 channel XLR inputs with 48V phantom power and 2 with inserts. One tape input channel. Each channel has 3-band EQ, one monitor, one effect send, one line, and one XLR input. 2 stereo channels. Stereo or monitor/main mode. RCA L/R tape in and L/R tape out.
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This has been a very good addition to my band!
Very clear, crisp, sound. Very powerful PA with great features.
I use mine every Fri/Saturday for 4 to 5 hrs. It really makes my show sound great. It's a workhorse, can't say enough good things about how impressed I have been.
This Mixer, In My Experience Is One Of The Best Sounding music machines that i've ever heard. I've seen many mixers and none compare to the durability of this one. I Have Owned The XR System for about 5 months now, and I have not had one single problem. It has never overheated on me and the effects are an amazing spice to any bands song list. It Is Also Great for home recording in many cases. I Have recorded with a variety of "not so good programs" for computer recording and the Peavey Mixer Still makes them sound durable for playback. It hasn't failed me once and I would like to see MANY people go out and try one of these sweet little wonders!This Allows You To Change The Sound Quality to your exact wishes. It offers Great equalizationand sturdy figure.It includes Pahntom mic power, Clipping monitors and feedback eliminators That work excellent. WHAT A SYSTEM!WOW!
I've owned this thing for just over a year. My band uses it exclusively for rehearsal, at smaller gigs, and even a little home-recording. When we use a larger board at gigs, I use the XR as a power amp to drive monitors. The only thing I would change is to add XLR jacks for the power amp inputs and for the line outs.