Superior sound quality and supreme durability from advanced materials.
A neodymium magnet and injection-molded polypropylene speaker cab make the Peavey PR 10 NEO Loudspeaker light and strong. 400W handling; 10" woofer with 2" voice coil and neodymium magnet, 14XT™ compression driver, 1.4" titanium diaphragm, 90° x 40° horn, tweeter protection, fail-proof crossover, polemount, and heavy-duty metal grille. 14"W x 19-1/2"H x 13-1/4"D. 28 lbs.
Made in the USA.
- 400W handling/800W peak
- 10" premium, 2" voice coil woofer
- Lightweight neodymium magnet
- 14XT compression driver with 1.4" titanium diaphragm and 1" exit
- 90° x 40° constant directivity horn
- Tweeter protection
- Heavy-duty crossover
- Lightweight molded polypropylene enclosure
- Molded-in polemount
- Heavy-duty metal grille
- 14"W x 19-1/2"H x 13-1/4"D
- 28 lbs.
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Comments about Peavey PR 10 Loudspeaker:
I am a professional touring keyboardist who recently dumped my bulky Mackie 450s for a very light weight setup. I run a stereo system where all my keyboards and synths are sent to a small Mackie 12 channel mixer, the left right XLR outputs go into a very lightweight and compact QSC amp in my synth rack and then to the Peavey speakers, which I set up on a slant just below where I stand. I am also responsible for bass which I take directly out of the synth module and into a Hartke 15" kickback Bass Amp, so the Peaveys are getting my full range mix MINUS the bass. I am playing at a reasonably loud stage volume but to be clear, not pounding rock levels. The Peaveys have done a fine job replacing the Mackies. But to be fair, I used to run the bass thru the Mackies as well, something I do not recommend you try with 10 inch Peaveys, no matter how good they sound: the bass would definitely fry them. I am constantly getting comments from sound guys and stage folks who are impressed with the sound I am getting from this very tidy little setup. And the kicker is, of course, you never get over how light and easy to move around these little cabs are. Because you must have them pointed directly at you and would say that they would have limited use as PA speakers as the dispersion just isn't wide enough, unless you are playing in a very small venue (which these little guys are really only suited for anyway). You can make them loud and they still sound good. Just don't expect low end to be there. I suggest a crossover if you are using them as PA and send the low frequencies to a small sub. They have survived two three week road tours and look good, no complaints. Get some covers though..