02-09-2012 04:11 PM
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02-09-2012 05:34 PM
Yes I'm not sure how that works they have 2 1\4" jacks. one for full range and the other for bi-amp low imput then the 3 pin jack in the middle. not sure if I'll bi amp them or not they sound good at full range. but only 400 watts (from what I can find) biamp I could put more watts into them but I'm not sure how the 3 pin works???
Do those have the some what anoying 3 pin inputs for biamping or the regular 1/4 inch jacks? The older ones had the 3 pin setup.
02-09-2012 05:50 PM
02-09-2012 06:57 PM
02-09-2012 09:05 PM
Yep I'm not sure how the 3 pin jack works though. It has 2 1\4" jacks as well, full range and biamp low input. sounds good in full range but I could get alot more out of them biamping.
Remember them well. The Peavey 115 International had a 1505 Black Widow, a 22A on a CH3 flare and a HT94 supertweeter. The ht94 gave a little more high end of course than just a 15/22a driver setup in an sp2. More of a shorter throw box Check the horn drivers in them. They have a way of unscrewing from the horn lens. ( The larger horn not the HT ) Do those have the some what anoying 3 pin inputs for biamping or the regular 1/4 inch jacks? The older ones had the 3 pin setup. The box is on the inside a little bigger than the SP2's of the same time period. (Maybe even today) so the low end is a little better than the sp2 box. They do make good , average output drum monitors when placed one on top of the other. Great for key board monitor as well. Dookietwo
02-10-2012 11:19 AM
02-11-2012 02:56 AM
Prabably not all that much less, and it's not capable of anywhere near the output (think Yamaha Club). It does extend a fair amount lower though.
i'm bettin a shiny nickel they aint as heavy as an HDH4
02-12-2012 10:15 AM
02-12-2012 01:21 PM
02-12-2012 06:35 PM
Old Peavey pro sound gear = scary. New Peavey sound
I picked up a pair of these speakers on Craigslist just for fun.... I got them pretty inexpesive thought I would mess around with them. I hooked them up to my IPR3000 and :eek: They sound great. Totaly suprised me way better sounding then I expected.
Wondering if anyone has had any dealings with these?
I relize they are probly 20+ years old but seem to be a pretty good Speaker. Any Thoughts???:idea:
02-15-2012 07:44 PM
01-20-2013 12:32 PM - edited 01-20-2013 12:42 PM
I rebuilt a pair of these, mine are three way 15" low frequency drive, horn midrange horn tweeter.
The diaphrams on the tweters were blown so I bought, re soldered the new ones and also soldered all new 1/4 plug jacks.
The xover had bad caps for the high frequency i believe, so i replaced them with polypropelene caps not the electrolytics.
I removed the bass speaker baskests and removed and cleaned the voice coil gaps.
Soon after I bought (2) new black widow baskets.
They sound great.
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