Expanding its SP Series, Peavey’s new loudspeakers are intended for public address, musical playback.

Meridian, MS (October 24, 2018)—Peavey has introduced its new SP 2P powered speaker system, intended for public address, karaoke and musical playback uses.

The system is based around two switching power amplifiers that reportedly provide 1000 W peak available power into the 4-ohm load of the woofer, and a 500 W peak available power into the 8-ohm load of the tweeter. The power supply for both amps is a switch mode type, and both amps have Peavey's DDT compression technology which is said to prevent clipping.

Peavey Powers School’s Sound Systems

The SP 2P has a 15” Black Widow BWX series woofer, but is outfitted with a long throw voice coil. A 2” RX22CT titanium diaphragm compression driver is coupled to a quadratic throat waveguide and has a coverage pattern of 100° horizontal by 50° vertical.

On the back panel, two independent mixed input channels can be found, each providing a balanced input to the preamp/EQ electronics and a level control. Each channel has one combo female XLR and 1/4” TRS phone jack, switchable between mic-level and line-level sensitivity. Additionally, channel 2 has an added 3.5 mm media jack.

A line-out section has male XLR connectors, and the Thru outputs allow linking of additional speaker systems or feed of the signal to a powered subwoofer. A rotary knob allows the user to select and choose menu options, such as the dynamic bass boost and 9-band EQ, on the LCD display screen.

Want more information like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get it delivered right to your inbox.

The speakers, plywood augmented with internal braces and covered with a textured black painted finish, weigh roughly 60 lbs. and measure 30” high by 20” wide by 20” deep.

Peavey Electronics • www.peavey.com