Peavey PV6 USB MixerStock code: 69469
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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, and provides you with the best possible sounds and flexibility you'd have come to expect from Peavey products.
The Peavey PV6 USB Mixer features 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.
The Peavey PV6 USB Mixer is lightweight and compact, it weighs in at just 1.77Kg, so you can easily take it from gig to gig, or simply use it for some home recording. The Peavey PV6 is a great little mixer you can take with you anywhere, simple to use, and available at such a low price, you can get mixing from the very go.
|Model||PV6 USB Mixer|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||68.6 x 191.8 x 246.8 mm|
|Phantom Power||+ 48 Volts|
|Frequency Response||14 Hz ~ 25 kHz|
|Input Power||16.5 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
Posted on 29/10/2012 by Jack
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.