Peavey PVX 10″ 800w Non Powered Passive Speaker


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The compact and portable PVX passive loudspeakers deliver high fidelity and impressive power using Peavey’s legendary speaker and power amp technology. They bring 800 watts of crystal-clear highs and deep low end. The PVX passive loudspeakers will handle 800 watts peak power and feature heavy-duty woofers, 2 3/8″ voice coils and the Peavey RX14™ 1.4″ titanium diaphragm compression driver coupled to a constant directivity horn. Housed in a durable, injection-moulded enclosure that includes a pole mount, three multi-point flying locations and a tilt-back design to accommodate use as a personal monitor. A black powder-coated steel grille provides driver protection and a clean, professional appearance.

The PVX™10 is a two-way sound reinforcement system based on a heavy-duty 10″ woofer and a RX™10N titanium diaphragm dynamic compression driver mounted on a 100 by 60 degree coverage Quadratic Throat Waveguide™. Its sleek modern appearance coupled with excellent performance offer an outstanding package.

  • Two-way sound reinforcement enclosure
  • Crossover network for driver protection and EQ
  • High frequency driver protection
  • Durable plastic injection-molded trapezoidal enclosure
  • Asymmetrical horn aims the sound down 10 degrees, at the audience, not over their heads
  • Full-coverage heavy-duty perforated steel grilles, with powder coat finish
  • Pole mount molded-In
  • Top and bottom flying point inserts
  • Patented Quadratic Throat Waveguide™ technology, 100 by 60 degree coverage
  • 400W program/800W peak power handling
  • RX™ 10N compression driver, with 1.0 inch titanium diaphragm
  • 10″ heavy-duty woofer with 2 3/8″ voice coil & 50 oz. magnet
  • Extra angled section on right side allows floor monitor use
  • Weight Packed: 32.2lb (14.6kg)

Additional information

Weight 14968 g








PA, DJ & Studio ; Peavey


PA, DJ & Studio ; Passive Speakers


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