Peavey XR-S 9-channel 1500W Powered Mixer with FX

9-ch Powered Mixer with Midmorph EQ, Dual 9-band GEQs, Feedback Locating System, KOSMOS-C LF Enhancement, Digital Effects, Bluetooth Connectivity, and Onboard USB MP3 Player
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Peavey XR-S 9-channel 1500W Powered Mixer with FX image 1
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A Fully-loaded Powered Mixer

Packing a 1,000-watt, 9-channel powered mixer into a compact portable design, the Peavey XR-S is loaded with killer sound and features, such as digital effects, Midmorph EQ, KOSMOS-C low-frequency enhancement, and Peavey's innovative FLS (Feedback Locating System). On top of that, you get dual 9-band GEQs, Bluetooth connectivity, and an onboard USB MP3 player. Whether you're hosting karaoke or performing acoustically in a coffeehouse, the XR-S powered mixer is ideal for any use in any small to medium-sized venue. Sweetwater has put together countless live sound rigs (both large and small) over the past few decades. Give us a call, we're happy to help!

Peavey XR-S Powered Mixe Features at a Glance:
  • Midmorph EQ pulls out harsh mid frequencies or adds crispness
  • Dual 9-band GEQs for precise sound-shaping
  • FLS (Feedback Locating System) keeps feedback under control
  • KOSMOS-C low-frequency enhancement makes things thump
  • Digital effects add the final touches to your mix
  • Bluetooth connectivity for audio playback from smart device or USB drive
  • USB MP3 player for background music and karaoke
The Peavey XR-S is a fully-loaded powered mixer!

Additional Media

Live Mixer Buying Guide
Peavey XR Series Powered Mixers Overview by Sweetwater Sound

Tech Specs

Type Powered
Channels 9
Power 1000W (RMS), 1500W (Peak)
Inputs - Mic Preamps 8 x XLR-1/4" combo, 2 x RCA stereo pair, 1 x 1/8" TRS
Inputs - Other Bluetooth, USB Type A
Outputs - Main 2 x speakON (main), 2 x speakON (main/monitor)
Outputs - Other 2 x 1/4" (main, monitor line outs), 2 x RCA stereo pair, 1 x 1/4" (sub out)
EQ Bands 2 x 9-band (Graphic), 2-band channel EQ with Midmorph
Effects Reverbs, Delays, Chorus, Enhance
Rackmountable Yes
Height 7.75"
Depth 9.37"
Width 15.5"
Weight 13 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 03612230

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Peavy XR-S Powered Mixer with FX

Man this mixers is great. So easy to use and operate

Peavey XR-S 9

I have had this item for a few weeks but I din't want to give it review until I used it on a couple of gigs. I play in a three-piece cover band (Drums,Bass, Electric guitar, vocals). The unit is very compact and provides good quality sound and power for small to medium events. The few effects I have used sound good and enhance the vocals when needed. I also used a little of Kosmos knob on mp3's and it did a great and enhancing the sound. For smaller gigs I usually just do vocals and light guitar through the PA, but last night I did a wedding in a home with a huge yard and about two hundred guests. I had to use all eight XLR inputs plus separate power amps for subs and tops. I used the internal power amps of the XRS-9 to power our monitors. These are the situations where the mixer's compact design trade offs and limitations show. Channels 7 and 8 share inputs with the usb input and the RCA inputs. There are buttons which help toggle between XLR or usb and RCA inputs. Now the problem is that once I did the sound check and dialed in our sound, I had to toggle the input select and change the volume/gain on channels 7 and eight, back and forth between our breaks and starups. Not practical at all when you are a band member doing sound and want to quickly play mp3s, cds for the wedding activities. For these type of situations my Soundcraft twelve channel mixer with two aux outs and semi parametric mids will save me that stress. I can leave everything plugged in without doing the button dance at every break or start of set. The mixer is also not covered with any protective plastic like the previous generation model and that could possibly be a problem. I also had to add little bumper rubber feet on the left and right side of the mixer so i could put it down on the ends when transporting. Over all the XRS-9 is well made and for smaller gigs it will do just fine. I would have gladly paid a little more for the unit if I didn't have to do the button dance every time for bigger gigs, but I guess they were trying to hit a price point. I will keep it and use the previous generation model as a back up to the XRS-9 for smaller gigs. Hope that helps if you are considering this mixer.
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