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Peavey has introduced the Euro Series loudspeaker enclosures, a line of portable professional loudspeakers.


The Peavey Euro Series marks the debut of a loudspeaker that utilizes a dual voice coil and neodymium magnet design. The two-way, full-range Euro 115 and Euro 112 enclosures utilize this new loudspeaker—in 15" and 12" formats, respectively—in conjunction with the Peavey RX 22 titanium compression driver.

The Peavey Euro 218 Sub features a pair of 18" neodymium-loaded loudspeakers arranged in a vented, isobaric chamber, the Euro 218 Sub produces “massive low-end performance in a smaller enclosure than a typical 1×18 sub, and up to 3,000 watts peak power handling, ” according to Peavey.

T he Euro Series models are housed in a nine-ply enclosure and protected by HammerHead coating and a full-length, 16-gauge powder-coated perforated metal grille. Side handles are included.

Availability
The Peavey Euro Series will be available in Q3 2009 from authorized Peavey retailers.

Check out www.peavey.com for more info.
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