Peavey PV 900 Power Amp  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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The Peavey PV 900 Power Amp delivers 300 watts per side @ 4 ohms and 450 watts @ 2 ohms. It features Peavey's patented DDT compression system, detented input gain controls, and less than 0.03% distortion. A real workhorse!

  • 300 watts per side into 4 ohms
  • 450 watts into 2 ohms
  • Patented DDT compression system
  • Detented input gain controls
  • Less than 0.03% distortion

Put this workhorse to use! ORDER TODAY!


PV 900 Power Amp Specifications:

  • Stereo Mode: 4 ohms: 300 Watts RMS x 2
    Stereo Mode: 8 ohms: 180 Watts RMS x 2
    Bridge Mode-Mono: 8 ohms: 600 Watts RMS
    Total Harmonic Distortion: Less than 0.03% 20Hz to 20kHz stereo mode both channels driven 10% below rated power
    Inputs: XLR, 1/4 inch, and barrier strip
    Detented input gain control
    Binding post and Speakon output connectors
    Separate Speakon mono bridge output
    Mode switch for stereo or bridge operation
    Low-cut filter switch for 40Hz low-cut filter
    Thru/low output jacks and high output jacks
    LED indicators for input signal, DDT9TM, & power
    Peavey's famous DDT compression system
    Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
    Damping Factor: greater than 300
    Hum and Noise: 100dB
    Rack Spaces: 2U
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very good amp[


from texas

Comments about Peavey PV 900 Power Amp:

i use this amp with my eden wtx 260 as a preamp....pushes my 112 and 212 cabs with little effort...does not heat up at all...gets very loud.....ive heard some say the fan is loud....but at these sound levels who can hear a fan??

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