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priced just right (Peavey - PV 15M)

By stompboxjon, 11/03/2013
The Peavey PV 15M is a 15 inch floor monitor that delivers a solid sound. I was using this monitor back around 2008 a lot. I feel like this monitor sounds great for the price range that it is in. I do usually prefer JBL monitors though but most of them can really start to get expensive. The PV15M has a 90 by 40 CD Horn and a 14XT compression driver.
The total weight of this monitor is not more than 40 pounds making it easy to take around and set it up. It is about 25 inches wide and only 16 inches tall. It has a 1000 watt peak power capacity, and it is very tough and rugged. Out of all of the times that I used this monitor I do not remember it not sounding good at all. Every time I used it, it sounded great and delivered without any problems.
It is very easy to daisy chain these monitors together too if needed. There are ¼ inputs (parallel) on the monitor to daisy chain with and I have done this many times and it sounded great. This speaker is not for bigger venues though. That is something to take into consideration before purchasing because if you use it in a bigger space it may not be able to handle it. I have only used it in a space that was pretty big 1 time and it didn’t sound bad but I could tell that it just didn’t have enough power to really project the sound the way it needed to be heard to the audience. The frequency range is 68 Hz to 17 kHz.
This monitor is built very well; it has a steel handle and a metal grille to protect the face/speakers on it. It will be able to handle some drops or any of the accidental things that can happen to the gigging musician.
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It's perfect for me! (the box - M1520MK2)

By ptitfranck, 18/02/2016
For which specific applications or uses have you chosen this product?
Rehearsal for now, soon in live situations.

How long have you used it?
Since October 2015, so not a long time.

Have you tested other comparable or competing products before purchasing this one?
No, before that I used a PEAVEY KB300.

What are the pros and cons of this product?
Pros: a very satisfactory sound, usable as a stage monitor, lighter and easier to transport compared with my Peavey KB300 - but it's not for the same kind of use!

Cons: perhaps its weight indeed compared with its size. On the other hand, it's quite sturdy and that's what you expect from a stage monitor (I have a flycase to transport my four stage monitors so the weight doesn't really matter).

Description: stage monitor
Features:
- 250W continuous / 500W peak
- 8 Ohm
- Speakon I/O
- Dimensions: 59.5 x 43.5 x 46.5 cm
- Weight: 20,3 kg
- Optional matching cover

Technical specifications
System.............................: Built-in Crossover Two Way Full Range Speaker
Cabinet............................: Plywood covering black toast painting
Drivers............................: 1 x 15“ (Bass)
...................................: 1 x 44mm Ø Driver
Frequency Response.................: 50Hz - 18kHz (-3dB)
Frequency Response ................: 45Hz - 20kHz (-10dB)
Sensitivity (1W/1m)................: 95 dB
Impedance..........................: 8 Ohm
Power handling capacity (RMS)......: 250 W
Max Sound Level (dB/1M)............: 120 dB
Tweeter Dispersion (H x V).........: (55° - 100°) x 50°
Harmonic Distortion................: ≤ 1%
Connectors.........................: 2 x Speakon NL4 1+/1-
Dimensions (W x D x H mm)..........: 430 x 429 x 621 mm
Packing Dimensions (W x D x H mm)..: 707 x 512 x 536 mm
Net Weight.........................: 18 kg
Gross Weight.......................: 20 kg

For additional technical information, see the manual:

https://images.thomann.de/pics/prod/196593_manual.pdf

It contains the M1520MK2's frequency curves.
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Good Quality monitor (HK Audio - D.A.R.T)

By Michael Davies, 02/01/2019
Good monitors..Biamped , separate limiters on bass and compression driver speakers.
Very good gain before feedback as very smooth frequency response speaker.deal for vocals monitors but not powerful enough for drum fill or bass guitar...understandable as only 12 inch speaker. Very heavy speaker though as old analogoue technology not digital amp..If you are looking for a used pro monitor then buy one of these!!
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News PA Floor/Stage Monitor

[MUSIKMESSE] JBL M20

Published on 04/08/16
JBL adds the M20, a dual 10" stage monitor, to its VTX M Series.

Grund Audio powers its ACX Series

Published on 09/05/14