The PVX™p 10 Bluetooth® is a two-way sound reinforcement system based on a heavy-duty Pro 10 10” woofer
and a RX™10 titanium diaphragm dynamic compression driver mounted on a 100 by 60 degree coverage Quadratic Throat Waveguide™. It’s sleek, modern appearance coupled with excellent performance, offer a superb
Peavey PVXp 10 Bluetooth Powered Loudspeaker Features
Two-way bi-amped sound reinforcement enclosure
- RX14 compression driver, with 1.4 inch titanium diaphragm (PVXp 15 and PVXp 12) or RX10 compression driver, with 1 inch titanium diaphragm (PVXp 10)
- Reliable fan-cooled power amps with DSP protection
- Total of 980W peak dynamic power (PVXp 15 and PVXp 12) or total of 520W peak dynamic power (PVXp 10)
- DSP control for precise crossover, EQ and limiting functions
- Bluetooth input is via a dedicated input channel
- Mix/Thru Output is via a male XLR jack
- Durable plastic injection-molded trapezoidal enclosure
- Extra angled section on right side allows floor monitor use
- Top, bottom and right side flying point inserts (PVXp 15 and PVXp 12) or top and bottom flying point inserts (PVXp 10)
- Full-coverage heavy-duty perforated steel grilles, with powder-coat finish
- Heavy-duty woofer (15" for PVXp 15, 12" for PVXp 12, or 10" for PVXp 10) with 2 3/8” voice coil & 50 oz. magnet
- DSP I/O is at 48 kHz and 24 bits, internal processing is 56 bit double-precision
- Peavey’s Quadratic Throat Waveguide technology, 100 by 50 degree coverage (PVXp 15 and PVXp 12) or 100 by 60 degree cover coverage (PVXp 10)
- Asymmetrical horn aims the sound down 10 degrees, at the audience, not over their heads
- Analog input is via a combo female XLR and 1/4” TRS phone jack with balanced input
- Three channels in total, two for analog, and one for Bluetooth or AUX input via a 1/8” jack
- Each channel has a level control and a 3-band EQ section to adjust and shape the input signals
- Pole mount molded-in for 1 3/8” diameter poles
The lightweight yet rugged injection-molded plastic enclosure with molded-in stand mount cup facilitates
portable use for live music or PA sound. The trapezoidal cabinet has two handles for ease of portability, and an
extra 45-degree angled section on the right side to allow use as a floor monitor. Four sets of flying/mounting points, two sets on the top, two sets on the bottom, and one single insert on the rear near the bottom, with a total
of 13 cabinet inserts, provide for the ultimate in installation flexibility. A pair of black powder coated perforated
steel grilles provides driver protection and a professional appearance.
The heavy-duty 10” woofer has a 2 3/8” voice coil diameter, and a 50 oz. magnet for chest-pounding bass. The
RX™10 compression driver tweeter is coupled to a Quadratic Throat™ constant directivity waveguide. The Quadratic Throat Waveguide™ is an original Peavey® design, with smooth, even response, low distortion and good
high frequency dispersion. This horn has an asymmetrical vertical polar response, aiming the main energy lobe
down 10 degrees, so it is aimed at the audience, instead of over their heads. The vertical polar pattern is +20
degrees, -40 degrees. This helps reduce ceiling reflections for greater clarity and gain before feedback.
The PVX™p 10 Bluetooth® speaker system power amplifiers providing the bi-amplification are low-distortion
reliable fan-cooled units providing a total of 520W peak dynamic power for the system.
There is 400W peak dynamic power for the woofer, and 120W peak dynamic power for the tweeter. The power
supply for both amps is a switch mode type for low weight and high efficiency. Both amplifiers feature sophisticated DSP based signal compression, which virtually eliminates audible power amplifier clipping. Cooling is
provided via a low-noise fan, for reliable operation under any conditions.
Input for two of the three input channels is via a combo female XLR and 1/4” TRS phone jack with balanced
input to the preamp/EQ electronics, and a level control. For these two channels, a switch is provided to change
between line level gain and mic level gain. A third channel is for a Bluetooth® source, or alternatively a 1/8” AUX
input jack. Each channel has an adjustable Level control knob, and also a three-band EQ section that is accessible via the DSP menu Push knob. There is a balanced output, a Male XLR, that can feed the mixed signals from
the three channels out to another component. This output allows linking of additional speaker systems, or feed
of the signal to a powered subwoofer, etc.
The cabinet of the PVX™p 10 Bluetooth® speaker system has multiple mounting fly points, providing outstanding
versatility in permanent install use. A pair of widely spaced M8 inserts is molded-in on the top, and a pair on
the bottom, and a set of four M8 inserts is available on the top, on the bottom for use with the Versamount™ 70,
and one M8 on the rear near the bottom. This is a total of 13 mounting inserts in all. All of these inserts have
retaining hardware on the inside of the plastic cabinet, providing a more reliable and safe mode of mounting the
The Peavey PVX™p 10 Bluetooth® has a variety of applications such as sound reinforcement, public address, side
fill system, karaoke or musical playback.
The multiple fly points make use as a permanent install system very convenient with lots of installation flexibility.
A typical signal source for the line-level inputs of the Peavey PVX™p 10 Bluetooth® would be a sound reinforcement mixing console (mixer) or the output from a CD player, MP3 player or tape deck. The Bluetooth® link
provides for many modern devices to link to the system, such as smart phones, digital mixers, etc. A typical
dynamic microphone can be connected directly via the XLR input and used as well.
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