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Peavey proudly introduces the powered PVi 8B and PVi 4B mixers to its renowned PV® Series, the benchmark for performance and value in sound reinforcement.

These new rugged, powered mixers from Peavey are remarkably easy to use and feature both XLR and 1/4" inputs on each channel, as well as rotary controls to adjust level, reverb, treble and bass (the latter two combined into a single tone knob on the PVi 4B) and additional equalization on the master section. Power amplifier ratings are 150 watts RMS into 4 ohms on the PVi 8B and 100 watts RMS into 4 ohms on the PVi 4B.

The PVi 8B features a master effects section with echo, reverb and level adjustments, while both models include a master level and Tape In/Tape Out section. PVi powered mixers are built solid with a steel chassis in a sturdy wooden cabinet enclosure with tough vinyl covering and protective corners.

The PV Series product line includes every link in the audio chain, from loudspeakers, mixers and power amplifiers to processors, cables, microphones and accessories.

The Peavey PVi 8B and PVi 4B are available now from authorized Peavey retailers.

PVi 8B:

  • 150 watts into 4-ohm (2 x 8 ohm) speakers
  • Eight balanced microphone inputs
  • Eight 1/4" TRS inputs
  • Tape/CD input w/level
  • Five-band master graphic EQ
  • Master effects: echo and delay with level
  • Treble, bass, reverb and level on each channel
  • Line Out for connection to external amplifiers
  • Return input for connection of external effects processors
  • Record Out
  • RF interference protection on all inputs
  • 27.5 lbs.
  • U.S. MSRP $349.99


PVi 4B:

  • 100 watts into 4-ohm (2x8 ohm) speakers
  • Four balanced microphone inputs
  • Four 1/4" TRS inputs
  • Tape/CD input w/ level
  • Tone, reverb and level on each channel
  • Line Out for connection to external amplifiers
  • Record Out
  • RF interference protection on all inputs
  • 18 lbs.
  • U.S. MSRP $249.99


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