a bit of light reading - IMPEDANCE
the basics of what you need to know, is not that complex
otherwise it would not be suitable for musicians.
to echo whats said above you
need a power amp to drive the peaveys. are you ok with crossovers? a simple way is to go
from your desk to the subs using standard xlr signal leads. then from each sub use an xlr
signal lead to connect to either side of a poweramp. use speakon speaker leads to go back
from the power amp to the peaveys. a bit untidy as you will have 3 cables per side but it
You should use the high pass outputs on the subs to do the above as
that will mean you are only sending the mid/top frequencies to the peaveys thanks to the
crossovers in the bins
Best long term solution is to part with the heavy
cumbersome peaveys (i have some sat here waiting to sell) and pick up some active tops.
digital village have some srm450v2 tops in the b stock department, a steal at £335
each, but you can only order 1 at a timehttp://www.dv247.com/b-stock/mackie-srm450v2-srm-version-2-active-pa-speak
you can get cheaper alternatives but im a stickler
for using same brand products
hope this helps
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