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  • Peavey HDH3

    I can get 2 in imaculate condition for 400.00.
    Should I?
    I got amps to run them, and I can purpose them to get my ROI pretty easily.
    They just seem so big and damn heavy.
    DON'T BE ALARMED!!! REMAIN CALM!!!!!!!!!
    There's nothing to see here. It's another day in IDAHO!!!

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    They were a good sub in their day. Did a show in Canada many years ago with 3 a side with 3 of the tops. Hdh4s?. Not a high power handling box. Around 250 to 300 watts rms if I remember right but very good at turning wattages into SPL. Like most peavey products of that day the low frequency limit was 40/45 hz. I used a 40hz low cut on them with good result. I think the sound company used 1 channel of a cs1200 per sub. If you don't mind the weight and have use for them seems like a no brainer to me. Look around as peavey may still have a spec sheet around for them.
    Last edited by Dookietwo; 02-16-2018, 05:45 PM.

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    • #3
      Spec sheet here. http://audio.manualsonline.com/manua...nics/hdh3.html

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      • #4
        Yeah planned on passing them at 40,changing out the connectors to run them bridged ( very lightly ).
        They're a front loaded sub so I could mix and match them with some others without to much phase mud.
        DON'T BE ALARMED!!! REMAIN CALM!!!!!!!!!
        There's nothing to see here. It's another day in IDAHO!!!

        My bands Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/stiff.richard

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