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Peavey PV6 USB Mixer

Stock code: 69469
Peavey PV6 USB Mixer

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  • 6-channel USB mixer
  • 4 RQ (reference-quality) low noise microphone inputs
  • Channels 3 and 5 with stereo line inputs
  • 3-band EQ on channels 1-2
  • Stereo Output 1/4 inch balanced connectors
  • Rugged console design
  • USB port

The Peavey PV 6 USB compact mixer offers durable construction and excellent sound quality at an unbelievably low price. Made of metal, not plastic, the PV 6 is built tough and designed for either live sound or recording. Its reference quality mic pre-amps are super quiet with less than 0.0007% of total harmonic distortion. Each of the four channels includes XLR and 1/4" inputs, phantom power, EQ and effects send. The master section offers assignable tape input and a master contour EQ which simultaneously cuts mids while slightly boosting the bass and treble in the overall mix. Outputs include L&R for main and control room, effects send and headphones.

Size No
Model PV6 USB Mixer
Dimensions (H x W x D)68.6 x 191.8 x 246.8 mm
Weight1.77 kg
Connectivity Input:
  • Mic: 4 x XLR
  • Line: 4 x Balanced 1/4" Jack
  • Mono: 2 x Unbalanced 1/4" Jack

  • Master Line Output: 2 x Balanced 1/4" Jack
  • Control Room Output: 2 x Unbalanced 1/4" Jack
  • EFX Send: 1 x Unbalanced 1/4" Jack
  • Headphone Output: 1 x Unbalanced 1/4" Jack
Phantom Power+ 48 Volts
Frequency Response 14 Hz ~ 25 kHz
Input Power16.5 VAC 60Hz 8 Watts Nominal
Signal to Noise Ratio-129 dBu
Total Harmonic Distortion <0.007% 20Hz to 20kHz Typical

  • Great mixer for a student or beginner

    Overall Rating
    Posted on 29/10/2012 by

    Hey, you're probably wondering whether this product can actually produce a good sound for what it costs, and the short answer is yes.

    As a student studying music technology for a-level we use these at school for mixing as they are cheap and still produce a better sound than digital mixing in the software we use (Cubase 6). I can say that the pv6 is excellent value for money, but don't expect studio-quality sound, the only criticism is that the sound quality suffers the more inputs you have, so try not to have more that 2 instruments plugged in and being mixed at the same time.

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