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TriFlex System Set Up
TriFlex System Set Up
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TriFlex System Packed
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At this year's Summer NAMM show in Nashville, Peavey introduced the new TriFlex portable high powered speaker system, designed to answer to all personal P.A. needs, from karaoke to DJ and one-man bands or solo gigs. Gone are the days of lugging "odds 'n' ends" setups; the TriFlex provides all the power you'll need in easily transportable components.

This new compact, powered system is a complete speaker system rig providing 1000 Watts through its three-speaker setup--one front-loaded 15" Low Rider subwoofer plus two satellite speakers (stand included) with 8" woofers and 1" RX22 compression drivers. For easy transport, the TriFlex sub can be turned onto its back and rolled on its built-in casters, with the satellite speakers secured in the sub's grille cavity. A cover with pockets to store your microphones and cables is also provided.

In addition, the TriFlex includes Peavey's patented KOSMOS low frequency energy and stereo image enhancement system, which enhances bass without muddying or clogging the mix. Power Morphing technology allows the built-in amplifier to automatically adjust the power distribution between the sub and satellite speakers as needed.

The TriFlex system employs Neutrik 1/4"-XLR combination input connectors and Neutrik Speakon output connectors, plus RCA input jacks for inserting just about any sound source.

The TriFlex will be available in Q3 2004 from authorized Peavey dealers.


  • 1000 Watt power amplifier
  • Subwoofer with 15" Low Rider speaker
  • Two satellite speakers with 8" premium woofers and 1" RX22 compression diaphragms
  • Built-in KOSMOS technology
  • Built-in Power Morphing technology
  • Neutrik 1/4" & XLR combination inputs
  • RCA inputs
  • Neutrik Speakon outputs
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