Peavey PV 15M

Peavey 15M 15" 2-way Stage Monitor (each)
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Peavey 15M 15" 2-way Stage Monitor

Peavey continues to pack a punch in the live sound world with the PV 15M! The PV 15M is a two-way system with a 15-inch Sheffiel Pro 1500+ 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 15M is rated at 500 watts program and 1,000 watts peak power handling capability. This rugged trapezoidal enclosure allows the PV 15M 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 15Ms.

Peavey PV 15M Features:
  • Two-way floor monitor
  • 500 W program power handling
  • 68 Hz to 17 kHz
  • 15" Sheffield Pro 1500+ 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 15M!

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Tech Specs

Powered No
LF Driver Size 15"
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 58Hz-21kHz (-10dB), 79Hz-17kHz (±3dB)
Crossover Frequency 2.8kHz
Maximum Peak SPL 98dB
Horizontal Coverage Angle 40 Degrees
Vertical Coverage Angle 90 Degrees
Enclosure Material 1/2" MDF
Mounting Options Pole, Floor Wedge
Height 25"
Width 17.75"
Depth 12.56"
Weight 39 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 00570670

Customer Reviews

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what a gem!

Every band I engineer always comment on how good the foldbacks are. I tell them what I paid and they are speechless. I have 2 for my small PA rig and they perform brilliantly
Music background: Live Sound Engineer


I'm really satisfied with my purchase. I'm a poor college kid in a band, and I'd like to open my own audio company someday. I bought this monitor with both applications in mind. The first gig I brought this thing to, it was outperforming our mains substantially, with less power being delivered. This thing is LOUD AND CLEAR. We really put it through its paces since then, testing it with keyboards, bass, guitar, and vocals in the mix, and it performs admirably. It's a gem at the price point, and from my experience with other Peavey Products, I expect it to last a lifetime.
Music background: Live Sound Engineer, music composition student, gigging bassist/vocalist

Great monitors

Well worth the money,they do the job their supposed to do.There light enough, easy to handle. I would have liked to had a volume control on these speakers. I would recommend these speakers and sweetwater, a very good company to buy from. The sales staff will go above and beyond. Andy Rice is my sales person a knowledgeable good person. What I like is you always get the same sales person.
Music background: 40 plus years

Nice monitor for the money

I've been using two of these monitors at band practice for the past 6 months. We have run bass guitar and my kick drum through them with no problems, although I did have to replace the horn diaphragm in one of the monitors. Sound Guard™ IV high-frequency driver protection let me down. I ordered a new 14XT diaphragm from Guitar Center and it's sounding good again. I plan on buying two more of these monitors soon. I've been powering them with a Crown Micro-Tech 1200 and am using a Yamaha MG24/14FX mixer.
Music background: Drums

A solid choice for the cash

These monitors are much, much better than some of the cheaper brands out there, yet they don't cost that much more. It's true that they probably aren't as good as, say, a JBL, but you pay more for the JBLs. They're a great value and work flawlessly. They're also easy to transport from gig to gig, not too heavy, look cool, and seem sturdy. I've gigged with them about six or seven times so far and practiced with them quite a bit. We use them mostly for vocals, which they do well on, and some guitars and keyboards. We don't run bass through the monitors, but I hooked these up to my bass head to try them out, and they sounded fine.
Music background: Gigging musician
See also: Monitor Speakers, Peavey, Peavey Stage Monitors