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With the new DJ Sub, Peavey kicks the beat into overdrive by adding low end. The heart-thumping bass produced by this powerful, efficient unit can be attributed to the subwoofer folded-horn design, which delivers 1000 Watts of music program through the 18-inch Black Widow® driver.

That driver features Peavey's exclusive field-replaceable basket, an important feature for the pro whose reputation depends on every gig. Don't worry next time you blow out the speaker.

In addition, the built-in 150 Hz integrated crossover with high pass output insures that you won't waste power sending unnecessary frequencies to the unit.

What else do you need? How 'bout easy set up? All this power is contained in an amazingly compact enclosure. Add built-in wheels and you've got an extremely portable addition to your rig. And, the price is easy to handle too.

The new DJ Sub gets the floor moving with Peavey reliability and quality. Don't leave the subwoofer at home.

Club Mix

The cue-mode select switch is the hottest new feature on any DJ mixer. With this feature, the DJ can audition effects before sending them out to the house on either the cue or program signals. Innovative? We think so. And, it's this exclusive technology at Peavey that keeps us moving to the beat in the DJ industry.

In addition, Club Mix has phat EQ, that's the one knob that adds bass and highs and even pulls some mid frequencies literally "phatening" up the mix. In addition to the phat EQ, the Club Mix has three-band EQ with 24 dB cut on each channel.

For more control and variation to the mix, the Club Mix also has a voltage-controlled crossfader and AB compare. All these features and more are wrapped up in the Club Mix package highlighted with incandescent paint that glows under a black light.

If you want a mobile mixer that has Peavey quality at an excellent and simply UNBELIEVABLE price - this is your answer.


  • Listen to your effects in the headphones on the cue or the program

  • Phat EQ plus highs, mids and lows
  • Voltage controlled, dual rail guide crossfader
  • 12 V lamp socket
  • Two mics with 48 V phantom and dedicated effect send & return
  • Input and output accessible from front panel
  • Professional quality built in the USA

Battle Axe

Peavey presents the heavy artillery in the DJ war: the Battle Axe -- a two-channel DJ scratch mixer with a professional-quality dual-rail guide crossfader and a crossfader swap or hamster switch.

Also, the headphone cue has a mini crossfader for rehearsing in the headphones giving you total control over the mix. And, each channel has high and low EQ with 24 dB of cut for great mixing effects.

The microphone is accessible from both channels and bypasses the crossfader for quick and easy announcements. In addition, the Battle Axe has dual seven-segment output indicators, two phono or line inputs and an included power supply.

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