Peavey 24FX II Mixer

24-channel Mixer with 20 Mic Inputs, Onboard Effects, and USB A/B Connectivity for Digital Audio Playback/Recording
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This Exceptional Mixer Makes it Easy to Record Your Shows

The Peavey 24FX II mixer brings you exceptional mixing potential at a value-packed price. The second generation of the FX Series gives you twice the processing power for world-class effects, Feedback Ferret feedback elimination, and more. Even better, the 24FX II makes it easy to integrate digital audio: you've got a USB "A" port to record or playback from a memory stick, and a USB "B" port to stream digital audio out. And thanks to 20 low-noise Silencer microphone inputs, you're sure to get a great sound with the Peavey 24FX II mixer.

Peavey 24FX II 24-channel Mixer at a Glance:
  • Easy digital connectivity for recording or playback
  • Generous routing potential with six aux sends and four subgroups
  • Powerful live sound tools help you sound great anywhere
Easy digital connectivity for recording or playback

When the band wants a recording of their set, or has backing tracks they need to play along with, you'll be glad you're mixing on the Peavey 24FX II. There's a USB "A" port on the back to connect a standard memory stick (not included). Record the performance directly to it, or play back MP3 files. There's also a USB "B" port to connect to your USB 2.0-equipped computer, turning the 24FX II into a recording interface.

Generous routing potential with six aux sends and four subgroups

Digital connectivity aside, the 24FX II is a versatile mixer for any situation. You get six aux sends, four external and two internal effects sends. That's plenty for setting up monitor mixes for whole band, while still adding some polish with the built-in effects. And with four subgroups available, mixing larger ensembles or mic-heavy setups is a breeze.

Powerful live sound tools help you sound great anywhere

There's a lot of processing power in the Peavey 24FX II, and it's not all just dedicated to great-sounding effects. You also get Peavey's acclaimed Feedback Ferret technology, which reigns in out of control feedback before you start getting ugly looks from the crowd. Combined with the 27-band graphic EQ, five-band parametric EQ, delay, and limiter, you have the tools you need to get a great sound in almost any environment.

Peavey 24FX II 24-channel Mixer Features:
  • 24-channel mixer with 20 mic inputs and built-in effects
  • USB "A" port to record or play back audio from a memory stick (not included)
  • USB "B" port to connect to your computer for recording
  • Ultra-quiet Silencer microphone preamplifiers sound great
  • Six aux sends and four subgroups allow for flexible routing and mixing potential
Mix with confidence with the Peavey 24FX II!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 24
Inputs - Mic Preamps 20 x XLR with Silencer
Inputs - Line 22 x TRS
Inputs - Other 2 x Stereo (RCA)
Outputs - Main 2 x XLR, 2 x TRS
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA (Stereo), 4 x TRS (Bus)
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Send/Return I/O 6 x TRS, 2 x TRS (Stereo)
Phantom Power 20 channels
EQ Bands 3-band, Sweepable Mid
Aux Sends 6 x Sends
Busses/Groups 4 x Subgroups
Faders 100mm
Channel Inserts Yes
Effects Yes
Computer Connectivity 2 x USB
Height 8"
Width 24.65"
Depth 21.25"
Weight 25 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 03600970

Customer Reviews

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5/5

A Great Mixer

We have had this mixer for a few weeks now and really like it. We record our service to the zipdrive which is real handy for the pastor to down load, edit and burn CDs of the service. Setting up for the zipdrive is easy and starts recording instantly when the start button is pushed. When finished just push the stop button and no waiting to remove the zipdrive. We do a second record by using the record outs to a digital recorder. We had a annoying frequency during preaching that we found easy to dial out. On our sound meter the music was louder than the preaching but two people would put in ear plugs for the preaching. With the annoying frequency removed they no longer use ear plugs. We can now separate and adjust our floor monitors as needed and now have our bass in the mix and setting up for two other instruments. We have room to expand to our hearts desire. I did a lot of research before choosing this mixer. Jon at Sweetwater did us super good on this.
Music background: Church Sound Man
3/5

24FX II Mixer

Still learning how to operate. Do not care for the recessed Phantom power button. It does what you expect a mixer to do.
Music background: None
See also: Peavey, Peavey Analog Mixers, Peavey Analog Mixers