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Peavey Pro-12Published on 02/28/09 at 05:04
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Hello, I use them for about a month
What I like most is the price / qualitbr /> These are my Premire PA speakers, so I can not compare with other models similar.
I consider the report acceptable qualitprix

With the exprience I would do not have that choice, the HP 30cm lack of bass I like, and the fever is not necessarily unique, but prices should not expect the quality irr prochable.
In contrast to this Systm possde not Piezzo which is a major advantage.
I think what is trs sound in time but better go to the 15 "model with 38cm of boomers that will provide much better bass
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Peavey Pro-12Published on 03/09/09 at 14:11
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Bought for 300 euros a person, with a pair of Prosub, the State nine. Utiliss trio to play guitar-bass-drums in clubs and bars and small theaters. It's not bad at all, especially when Whereas the price. Sound quite equilibrated not aggressive at all. Amplified with a 650w 2 * QSC, using higpass of subs as a filter. The subs have run out of the reputable EHJV, I personally find that it is not bad at all as a combination.
Default: black fabric on the cases (a is the dust) and the lack of reinforced corners on the cases.
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" Light and powerful"

Peavey Pro-12Published on 10/20/10 at 12:16
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hello, it's been three weeks that I used before j had the peavey xt 500, what I love most c is the price, weight, power, less moquette.le value for money is excellent and I will ever this choice because for 216 euros a pair nothing to say. I am using an amp SYNQ 1kB 2x550w into 4 ohms, both speakers are 200 watts into 4 ohms.par j cons have listened to several models before, 12 the Wharfedale evpneo severe dry AudioPhony has 12 idem, gemini GVX 12, 12 jb systems vibe e 1220 and Berhinger a little garish ...





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  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: Pro-12
  • Category: Other PA/Live Sound Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 10/12/2003

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Other names: pro 12, pro12

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