Peavey TriFlex II 1000W Three-Piece, Two-Channel Sound System

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Portable PA with clear trebles and thumping bass.

The Triflex II is a 1000 Watt three piece, two-channel sound system, already tweaked and ready to go for sound reinforcement, DJ gigs, and various music playback duties. Consisting of a shared Subwoofer cabinet and a pair of Satellite speakers, the system has been pre-engineered for a balanced sound and a crisp, punchy presentation. The three-way effective performance that the system is capable of provides a clear sound at high output levels, with plenty of punchy bass.

Features
  • 1000W Active Two-Channel Three-piece Speaker System
  • One shared Subwoofer cabinet which houses the inputs and power amps
  • Two two-way Satellite speakers with speaker pole stand adaptors
  • Subwoofer has 15" woofer, with 500W peak available power
  • Satellite speakers have 10" woofer, RX 14 1.4" compression driver tweeter
  • 250W peak available power to each Satellite speaker
  • Peavey's exclusive DDT compression on the Satellite power amps
  • System comes with two 15 foot speaker cables
  • Protective slipcover with cable storage pockets and built-in Velcro retaining straps
  • Heavy-duty locking casters on Subwoofer cabinet for transport of system
  • Satellite speakers nest on top of the Subwoofer, help ease transport
  • Four-pin twist-lock connectors on amplifier outputs and Satellite inputs

Order today and get all of your power and speakers in a single package.

 

TriFlex II 1000W Three-Piece, Two-Channel Sound System Specifications:

  • SUBWOOFER:
    Transducer complement: 1 x 15" woofer
    Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
    Power Handling, Transducer: 350W Continuous, 700W Program
    Box tuning frequency (Fbox): 48 Hz
    Frequency Response, 1 meter on-axis, swept-sine in anechoic environment (thru
    system electronics): 40 Hz to 105 Hz
    Usable low frequency limit (-10 dB point): 34 Hz
    Sound Pressure Level, 1 Watt, 1 meter in /2 space environment: 102 dB
    Maximum Sound Pressure Level (1 meter, 1 / 2 space): 127 dB
    Weight: 98 lbs. (44.5 kg)
    Dimensions (H x W x D): 19.65" X 28.00" X 28.10" (Includes feet)
    (unit down on feet) 19.65" X 32.00" X 28.10" (Includes feet and casters)
    Height in Transport mode: 32.00"
    SATELLITE SPEAKERS:
    Transducer complement: Low Frequency Section: 1 x 10" woofer
    High Frequency Section: 1 x 1.4" titanium compression driver on a Quadratic Throat
    Waveguide with 75 degrees by 75 degrees coverage pattern
    Nominal Impedance: 4 Ohms
    Power Handling, Satellite System: 200W
    Continuous, 400W Program, 800W Peak
    Box tuning frequency (Fbox): 84 Hz
    Frequency Response, 1 meter on-axis, swept-sine in anechoic environment: 88 Hz to 20 kHz
    Sound Pressure Level, 1 Watt, 1 meter in 1/2 space environment: 101 dB Maximum
    Sound Pressure Level (1 meter, ½ space): 124 dB
    Weight: 24 lb
    Dimensions (H x W x D): 19.6" X 11.83" X 11.83" (Upright, Includes feet)
    COMPLETE SYSTEM:
    Active Crossover Frequency: 120 Hz, 24 dB/Octave
    Maximum Sound Pressure Level (1 meter, half-space): 129 dB
    Dimensions when in transport orientation, on casters (H x W x D): 43.00" X 20.37"
    X 23.54" (Includes all feet)
    Weight (Sub and Satellites Only): 146 lb
    Speaker Cables: Two 15 foot 16 ga. With 4-pin twist-lock connectors on each end.
    INTERNAL AMPLIFIER:
    Subwoofer Amp Power Output: 500W peak available power 250W continuous, into 8 ohms.
    Satellite Amps Power Output: 250W peak available power 125W continuous, into 4
    ohms.
    Inputs (Line Level): Left channel XLR or 1/4" phone jack combo input (female)
    Right channel XLR or 1/4" phone jack combo input (female)
    Input Impedance: 20 k Ohms balanced, 10 k Ohms unbalanced (single-ended)
    Thru (Outputs, Line Level): Left channel XLR full-range output (male), Right channel
    XLR full-range output (male)
    Speaker Level Outputs: Left channel 4-pin twist-lock professional connector, Output
    Right channel 4-pin twist-lock professional connector Output
    CONTROLS:
    Master System Level (Left & Right Gain)
    Subwoofer Level Control, Ground Lift Switch, Power Switch (On rear of amp panel when the Subwoofer is in use position, with rubber feet on the floor)
    Nominal amplifier frequency response: +0, -2 dB from 10 Hz to 20 kHz
    Hum and noise: Greater than 90 dB below rated power
    DDT dynamic range: Greater than 18 dB
    THD: Typically less than 0.05 %
    Infrasonic filter protection: 36 dB/octave roll-off
    Power Requirements: Domestic 120VAC, 60 Hz, 210 Watts
    Weight Unpacked: 159.83 lb(72.5 kg)
    Weight Packed: 199.52 lb(90.5 kg)
    Width Packed: 30.5"(77.47 cm)
    - Height Packed: 53"(134.62 cm)
    - Depth Packed: 24.5"(62.23 cm)
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Pros

  • Clear Sound

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    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Mobile DJ
    • Performances

    Comments about Peavey TriFlex II 1000W Three-Piece, Two-Channel Sound System:

    I did a lot of research on several portable pa systems, even heard a few live, they had poor bottom end compaired to the Triflex, I have owned older peavey systems (CS 400, Fh1) and they are still holding up and sound great, I purchased this unit because it was compact and had a clear crisp sound with a heavey bottom end with no distortion. I am not going to knock to other brands, but it is what it is Peavey Triflex is the way to go. I heard some negative feed back about the speakers made with MDF wood, but most of the speakers are made with it, that's why you need to read the specs. I have older speakers I had since 1989 made with MDF wood and they are still holding up as of today.....

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