Submitted January 27, 2006 by a customer from comcast.net
"Peavy- The speakers that will let you know, you made the right choice!"
I would still, to this day, have my Peavy speakers if I had not lost my job. I miss my speakers.
I use to own these great speakers. When I got my settlement, I went out and bought a whole new PA system. The speakers were all Peavy. For the subbass, I got the Peavy dual 18in. subwoofers. For the mids and highs, I got the Peavy 2-15in. and horn cabinet, one for each side. After I got the power amps and eq and the rest, I only had about 6000 watts. The Peavys handled the power with no problem, they could've handled a heck of alot more. To this day, I regret having to sell my PA, this was almost 5 yrs ago, I loved my Peavy speakers, hopefully, I can get them back some day.
The speakers that are in these cabinets are great.
My cabinets were made great and the finish(presense} was awesome. They are reliable in every sense of the word. It was my 18 yr. old daughters birthday, and I had the PA on all day, cranking with the band playing. When the band would take a break, we would play cds, which meant the speakers were cranking from 12 in the afternoon, until 2 o'clock in the morning, that's 14 hrs that these great speakers kicked major butt!!!
Yes, I feel the selling price of this product is worth its typical selling price.
I never had any problems with the Peavy speakers, so I never had to deal with the Peavy company. My feelings are that the speakers never gave me any problems, that only means one thing to me, the Peavy company is a class act. I'm not stupid, I know things can happen to musical equipment, but it didn't happen to me, so I can't say anything negative about the Peavy company.
The Wow Factor
I think the appeal is a technical marvel! I mean, the looks, the stage presense is just pure music technology at its ultimate state. If I can ever get a PA system again, the speakers, without any question, would definitely be the Peavys that I had.
musician for 36 yrs., professional for about 20 yrs.
classic rock, rock, funk
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