Peavey PVi 6500 Powered Mixer with Bluetooth

With 400 watts from two 200-watt power sections, this powered mixer is loud. And with built-in 24-bit digital effects and feedback control, it sounds great.

Peavey set the standard for affordable, feature-packed powered P.A. solutions more than forty years ago. The Peavey PVi 8500 and PVi 6500 powered mixers bring together decades of R&D and design experience to create the best portable, all-in-one audio solutions for musicians and audio professionals.

The Peavey PVi 8500 and PVi 6500 are 400-watt powered mixers that combine exclusive Peavey innovations, the Peavey legacy of quality and reliability, and modern amenities such as an input dock for iPhone and iPod. Eight combination XLR and 1/4" inputs (six on the PVi 6500) based on Peavey high-quality, low-noise Silencer(R) mic preamps provide versatility and clear audio reproduction, while Peavey's proprietary Mid-Morph(R) EQ control improves the tone and clarity of vocals and complements the low and high EQ bands by boosting high-mids or cutting low-mids.

Both models feature a nine-band graphic EQ that is assignable to the main or monitor output and features Peavey's patented FLS(R) Feedback Locating System, which makes accurate feedback elimination simple and intuitive. Exclusive Peavey Kosmos(R)-C technology provides spectrum enhancement to both the low and high end of the frequency range, while the footswitchable 24-bit digital effects section includes multiple varieties of rich, highly detailed reverb and delay.

Dual power amplifiers provide 400 watts total, with independent level control and parallel (main and monitor outputs) or stereo (both amps on main output) operation. read more Users can connect virtually any audio device to this versatile mixer via the onboard 1/4", RCA and 1/8" mini jacks.

Features:

- 400 watts (dual 200W power sections, assignable with independent control)
- Eight input channels (PVi 8500) or six input channels (PVi 6500)
- Patented FLS(R) Feedback Locating System
- Exclusive Mid-Morph(R) EQ
- Onboard 24-bit digital effects
- Combination XLR and 1/4" input jacks
- Selectable 9-Band Graphic EQ for Mains or Monitors
- Patented Kosmos(R)-C low frequency and spectrum enhancement system
- Master Mute
- Phantom Power
- Footswitchable effects defeat and Master Mute
- Input dock for iPod(R) and iPhone(R) devices
- RCA and 1/8" media input
- RCA record output
- LED Meter bridge
- Power amp subsonic filtering
- 25 lbs. (11 kg) for both models
- Bluetooth Capable
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Amplifier Output Power:
- Both channels loaded at 8 ohms: 60 Watts RMS, 120 Watts Peak per channel
- Both channels loaded at 4 ohms: 100 Watts RMS, 200 Watts Peak per channel

Dimensions (H x W x D): 10.25” x 16.5” x 10.75”

Weight: 20.4 lbs.
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 22.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PEV PVI6500

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 877-732-8391

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4 out of 10 stars. (2 ratings)
Submitted October 7, 2013 by Bill Smyth in Baltimore, MD
"Peavey pvi 6500 power mixer"
Overall: 4 out of 10 stars
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After the 3rd use, out of the box (4hr gigs) this worthless Chinese, not worthy disappointment took a dive. Signal in, no problem ... signal out, another story, nothing, nada, zilch!! The digital display read "Bey, Bey!" when shutting down ... Hey China, I think that's " BYE, BYE'! Peavey, What happened to the industry standard you USED to put out? It's been almost 2 & 1/2 months now and still haven't got the issue resolved. Peavey dragging their feet ... "BEY, BEY PEAVEY!!!!"
Musical Background:
I am a steady gigger, have been for forty years. Acoustic Blues & American Roots via Gibson, Guild, Yamaha to name a few.
Musical Style:
'American roots &acoustic blues'
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