Peavey XR-8600 - $599.00 : Commercial Sound Systems for Michigan Churches,Schools,Business-Roth Electric Sound

Peavey XR-8600

$599.00

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The Peavey XR 8600 powered mixer features 8 new ultralow-noise mic preamps, a subsonic filter to prevent low-frequency problems, and multi-point clip sampling that makes the exclusive DDT speaker protection even more effective. Uses 2 power amps that can run in parallel in Dual Main mode-making their full power available to the main output-or used independently in Main/Monitor mode.

2 dedicated 7-band graphic equalizers-one each for mains and monitors, with patented FLS (Feedback Locating System) on both-feature multi-Q bandwidths to bring enhanced definition to the low frequencies and assist the FLS algorithm in identifying feedback. In the DSP section, a suite of vocal enhancers, delays, reverbs, and other effects with parameter control are assignable to each input channel as well as the main and monitor outputs via independent level controls.

Peavey XR 8600 Powered Mixer Features:

  • 600W/ch @ 4 ohms
  • 8 new ultralow-noise mic preamps
  • 10 line inputs
  • 48V phantom power
  • 3-band EQ on each channel
  • Monitor send and effects send on each channel
  • 25dB pad on channels 1-6
  • Signal and clip indicators on each channel
  • Dual Main or Main/Monitor power amp mode switch
  • Dedicated 7-band graphic EQ for mains and monitors with FLS
  • DDT speaker protection
  • DSP-based effects with parameter control
  • Channel mute switch
  • Rugged plastic case with removable, optional clear protective covers
  • Combination Neutrik Speakon and 1/4" outputs
    • Model: XR-8600
    • Manufactured by: Peavey


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