Peavey IPRDSP1600 Power Amplifier with DSP (1600 Watts)

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Take control with this full-feature Peavey power amp. It incorporates a built-in 32-bit DSP section, 1/4 inch & XLR inputs, and Speakon and banana outputs.

Peavey IPR DSP 1600 Power Amplifier; Built-in 32-bit, floating-point digital signal processing. The IPR DSP models ship with program-specific EQ presets that make common sound-reinforcement EQ treatments easy to perform, as well as delays, crossover and stereo/mono operation with lockable security settings. A front-panel LCD screen allows users to quickly identify and assign presets.

Specifications
530W RMS x 2 at 4 ohms

800W RMS x 2 at 2 ohms

Onboard DSP section with delay, EQ, assignable independent crossovers, setup wizard, lockable security settings

Inputs: Combination 1/4 inch & XLR and barrier strip

Outputs: Neutrik Speakon and banana

Output at 8 ohms stereo: 300 watts per channel

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 877-732-8391
Email: customerservice@peavey.com
Web: https://peavey.com/c/Contact-Us

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 1 out of 5 stars. (1 ratings)
Submitted October 21, 2013 by Mark B
"Good amp, weak feature set, too noisy to use with high sens speakers"
Overall: 1 out of 5 stars
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This amp is basically pretty good, I really like the blue lights on it. The basic sound of the amp is very good, clear and punchy. However the noise level is way too high for use with high sensitivity horns. On top of this, the loud hiss is overtaken by a whining noise after the amp is on for a few minutes. You can hear the noise from 10 feet away. I originally thought the first one I bought was defective; sent it back and got a replacement, and it was just as bad.Another issue is the speaker management, while it works well, has a clunky UI and no external computer interface. The feature set of the management function is a bit limited. The Behringer inuke series has a far nicer UI and a USB port.The Peavey does not have a speakon jack with both channels routed to it as most of the other similar amps do. This was a bit of a problem.Yet another issue is the 1/4" speaker jacks had a scratchy noise when plugs were rotated in them. The cables I used were nearly new, so it was not a corrosion issue.Due to these issues, I sent the second amp back. It might have been defective as well as the first, but that is unusual for two to be defective in a row. So check yours out carefully if you decide to buy. Or wait for the Peavey IPR2, that might have the problems taken care of.
Musical Background:
I play acoustic and electric guitar, drums, bass, mandolin, semi-professionally
Musical Style:
Rock, R+B, blues, Christian
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