- Hot Deals
- Live Sound
- Microphones & Wireless
- DJ & Lighting
To automatically re-order this item before you run out, select the recurring order option during checkout.
Buy Extended Service Plan ( What This? )
Console style mixer/amp, 12 channels with XLR mic inputs plus stereo line inputs on channels 11 & 12, 60 mm faders, 4 band EQ with mid-morph technology, 2 monitor sends, 1 EFX send, pan pot, PFL and Mute switches. Dual 600W @ 4 ohm Class D power amps, 2 combo (Speakon and 1/4") connecters per amp channel, digital EFX (w/footswitch defeat and tap function). Auto EQ feature (with dedicated RTA input), Feedback Ferrets and digital graphic EQ's that are dedicated to each amplifier. Five power amp modes, including fully active subwoofer crossover. Rack mountable. Full color box.
Features:• 12 XLR mic channels
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
Comments about Peavey XR 1212 12 Channel Power Mixer:
I use this product in variety of settings as I play both solo singer-songwriter type gigs as well as with an acoustic trio. Venues range from open-air to gyms to churches.
One of the outstanding features of this unit is a built in RTA [Real Time Analyzer] which, when used properly, will "tune" the speakers for the venue. I used this in a camp lodge setting where the walls were wood paneled and the floor was concrete and it worked perfectly. The other outstanding feature is Peavey's proprietary Feedback Ferret technology, which isolates problem frequencies before they feedback. Again, this works perfectly. Couple this with a couple of Peavey Neo PR12 speakers and you have the perfect PA for almost any setting.
XR 1212 12 Channel Powered Mixer
The manufacturer's warranty covers guitars, basses, amplifiers, pre-amplifiers, mixers, electronic crossovers and equalizers for two years from date of purchase. An extended warranty is available for three additional years of coverage if a warranty card is completed and returned within 90 days of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.