Peavey IPR 3000 (3000 watt) Reviews
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from Brooklyn, NY
May 17, 2012Music Background:
THE BEST AMP FOR BUCK AND FOR BACKJUST GOT MINE ABOUT 2 WEEKS AGO. TOTAL AMAZED AT THE SOUND QUAILITY AND WEIGHT. ONLY 7 POUNDS AND SOUNDS GREAT. I'M USING YORKVILLE SUBS AND YAHAMA FULL RANGE TOP ENDS. REALLY WORTH THE BUY. NO MORE HEAVY WEIGHT AMPS FOR ME. I WAS GOING TO GET THE QSC POWERLIGHTS, BUT THESE PEAVEY IS WAY LESS AND RELIABLE. REMEMBER BEFORE SOME OFF THE MORE POPULAR AMPS LIKE CROWN, QSC, CREST, ETC IT WAS PEAVEY AMPS THAT MOST DJ'S AND CLUBS HAD. I WILL BUYING THE IPR 7500 WHEN COMES AVAILABLE TO PLAY SUBS ONLY.
from El Paso Tx.
March 29, 2012Music Background:
Musician for 44 years
Very good AmpI"m surprised it is very light, and powerfull I have used a couple of times with no problem, and the price is good, I think peavey is a good company but i been waiting more than 2 years for the IPR 6000 but we never going to see it.
Ialso giong to try the INUKE NU6000 , and the price is very, very, good.
Rodoldo Zertuche Ortega
from Las Cruces, New Mexico ( USA )
October 20, 2011Music Background:
Professional Musician, and Electronics Technology Degree.
Lightweight, packs a punch, and is veryaffordable.I have owned many name brand power amplifiers, but I found that the Peavey IPR 3000 power amplifier is the best design that peavey has ever made. It is lightweight, they have a clean high output wattage rating, and Sweetwater has made this power amp, and other audio equipment very affordable under their payment option plan. I am very happy with this item because it delivers, and for the buck it competes with its competitors which I feel are over priced. Friendly service,
from Sugar Land, TX
May 1, 2012Music Background:
musician and sound guy for over 30 years
Good value, powerful and versatile ampAfter about a year using this amp in several capacities, I am happy to give the Peavey IPR 3000 good grades. Initially I bought it as a subwoofer amplifier. The built in 100 Hz crossover makes this function fast and easy...a complete high wattage bass system you can carry with your little finger. Then I tried it to run main speakers. Wow, it delivered clean sound with lots of headroom in that role as well. The in / out jacks are the dual type so it doesn't matter if you prefer XLR, or 1/4" or speakon, ..it's got 'em all. Being only about 10 inches deep, it can fit into many shallow and lightweight effects racks. I think it is a well thought out product all the way around. The fact that it weighs only 7 pounds means, however, that it is thinner and more delicate than it's built like a tank 50 pound predecessors. The rack ears will bend if subjected to heavy-handedness. Finally, the running lights are way more than what is needed for a power amp, but that's just Peavey's way of saying "Hey look at me, I'm a cool new product." In conclusion, this unit is one of the best purchases I have made. The technology that we dreamed about years ago is now on the gig.
from Laconia NH
November 28, 2012Music Background:
Live Performance and Sound/Lighting Production
Needs some help!I own about 20 peavey amps(GPS,PV,CS) and many different speakers from PR's to QW's..so needless to say I LOVE peavey...however. I have gone through about 5 of these amps with problems!! Please hear me peavey...very frustrated. Volume knobs, No output, Overheat(fan), Input issues...they have let me down mid gig. BUT...they are very light!!...they put out serious output for ratings without out hitting ddt's...and easy to use...oh and they look cool!! I continue to get new ones as I believe in Peavey and hopefully they will work out the bugs...