New mixing desks from Peavey

You've got modules? You need a mixer, fool!      11/10/00

There are three newcomers to Peavey's range of mixing desks offering 'more then ever before,' says Peavey UK (without resorting to exclamation marks, thankfully). The RQ 2300 series mixers are designed for a number of applications, and are available in 10-, 14- and 18-channel formats. Each desk features balanced XLR and unbalanced jack left and right outputs (mains), monitor 1&2 outputs and mono outputs; two effects send with stereo returns; mic (XLR) and line (jack) on each channel; insert jacks on all channels except super and stereo channels; pad and polarity switches on mic channels; and PFL on all channels and Monitor 1 and 2. There are mutes and 3-band EQ with sweepable mids on all mono channels, a separate tape out, headphone output with level control and stereo LED VU meters for the master stereo out. UK prices have been set at RQ 2310: £269 for the RQ 2310, £329 (RQ 2314) £379 (RQ 2318). Expect a little more in the US.

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