Peavey PV 12M

12" 2-way Passive Stage Monitor (each)
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Peavey 12M 12", 2-way Stage Monitor

Peavey continues to pack a punch in the live sound world with the PV 12M! The PV 12M is a two-way system with a 12-inch Sheffield Pro 1200+ premium woofer and a 14XT 1.4-inch titanium-diaphragm compression driver (no piezos) coupled to a constant-directivity horn with Sound Guard IV high-frequency driver protection. The PV 12M is rated at 500 watts program and 1,000 watts peak power handling capability. This rugged trapezoidal enclosure is built for the rigors of the road, and allows the PV 12M to be angled at either 30 or 45 degrees from the floor in addition to being pole mounted. Two 1/4-inch, full-range parallel inputs allow easy daisy chaining of several PV 12Ms. Top quality performance from a very affordable, low-profile stage monitor!

Peavey PV 12M Features:
  • Two-way floor monitor
  • 500 W program power handling
  • 68 Hz to 17 kHz
  • 12" Sheffield Pro 1200+ woofer w/ 2.5" voice coil
  • 14XT compression driver w/ titanium diaphragm, 1" exit
  • 90 x 40 CD horn
  • Sound Guard IV tweeter protection
  • Carpet covering
  • Steel handle
  • Heavy duty metal grille
  • Die-cast aluminum pole mount
Hear the whole band with the Peavey PV 12M!

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Tech Specs

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LF Driver Size 12"
HF Driver Size 2.5"
Peak Power Capacity 1000W
Impedance 8 ohms
Inputs 2 x 1/4" (Parallel)
Outputs 2 x 1/4" (Parallel)
Frequency Range 52Hz-21khz (-10 dB), 68Hz-17kHz (±3 dB)
Crossover Frequency 2.9kHz
Maximum Peak SPL 127dB
Horizontal Coverage Angle 40 Degrees
Vertical Coverage Angle 90 Degrees
Enclosure Material 1/2" MDF
Mounting Options Pole, Floor Wedge
Height 22.38"
Width 17.75"
Depth 12.56"
Weight 37 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 00570650

Customer Reviews

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peavey rocks

peavey equipment still rocks the music industry. well built and sounds clear as a whistle. enjoy!
Music background: pro musician

Great for the $$$$$$

I purchased these from Luke Herian Ext. 1236. I used these for an install job for a small local church, They only needed monitors for their 5 vocalist's, so I bought a pair of these for them. The first day I plugged them in without an E.Q.. After a ten minute sound check, every vocalist was blown away by these. No need to add an E.Q. for this situation. They have plenty of power and are clear. I am only running vocals thru these, If you need to run instruments, I would highly recommend the 15" version. For vocals only, these do the job with NO COMPLAINTS. Well worth the money.
Music background: Professional sound engineer for over 30 + years.

Awesome Monitors

I bought these for some gigs and stuff and they work great. Loud and clear!
Music background: Live and Recording Engineer, Hobbyist, Musician

Great, affordable monitor

Our band had already purchased one, which we were very happy with. It was time to scale up and we had no doubts what we wanted, another Peavey 12M!

Really good for the money

Never compare monitors to mains. These speakers are fine for monitoring and are clear and loud enough for most applications. Peavey stuff in general is my favorite bargain for live music. If you're going to spend much money on monitors, get an ear system. Hopefully, you get to individually mix for the musicians who are in front of each monitor separately so they can emphasise the parts they need to focus on. Monitors are designed for short throw. That's what you want because you're only a few feet away. That's why mains make terrible monitors and vice versa. They would work as mains for a really small place like coffee shops and deck parties. 12" seem best for guitar and vocals while the 15" do a better job if you need the full band. But I really recommend cutting the vocal reverb off or anything else effect wise so I you can perform. Many vocalists are afraid of how their voice sounds naturally but they'll get used to it. Trust the front of the house speakers to deliver to the main mix to the audience. I do wish they had the attenuation they used to have so daisy chained monitors could individually contol volume. That's why I gave e these a four out of five.
See also: Monitor Speakers, Peavey, Peavey Stage Monitors