Peavey PV 118D
Designed to complement the PV family of enclosures, this ported subwoofer utilizes an 18" Pro Rider woofer with Kevlar/carbon-fiber cone and field-replaceable basket, flat-wound 4" voice coil and cast-frame basket.
Achieves a frequency response of 49 Hz to 300 Hz and 2,400 watts peak power handling, according to Peavey.
- Bi-amplified Class D powered system with 300 W total power
- DDT compression
- Crossover frequency 120 Hz
- Bass contour circuit
- 4th order Linkwitz-Riley crossover
- 18" heavy duty woofer
- Woofer Servo for reduced woofer distortion
- Peak SPL up to 126 dB with music
- Female XLR mic- or line-level balanced input
- Male XLR thru, switchable either high-pass or thru
- One 1/4" phone jacks for speaker-in capability
- MSRP: $799.99
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