The Peavey PV mixers include Bluetooth
In 2010, Peavey added USB to its compact PV mixers. In 2015, they upgrade the range with Bluetooth wireless connectivity.
The 3 models in the new Peavey PV BT series include a USB type-B port to stream stereo audio and Type-A for MP3 playback, as well a Bluetooth connectivity for wireless audio streaming.
The PV 14 BT, PV 10 BT and PV 6 BT respectively offer 8, 4 and 2 Peavey preamps with XLR/jack inputs and global phantom power, the same number of MidiMorph channels and direct outputs, a high impedance input for plugging a guitar or bass, 3-band EQs on all channels ; 4, 2 or 1 compression channels, mute and pano controls, 1/4”, RCA or 1/8” stereo line inputs, pre-fader aux send, XLR/jack stereo outputs, two control room outputs, as well as digital effets and a headphone output.
The PV 14 BT and PV 10 BT also feature Kosmos high and low enhancer, 60mm faders, and the last inputs (13/14 and 9/10 respectively) can be used as stereo returns.
More info about these new mixers at peavey.com.
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