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Connect Peavey PV-10 Mixer to S1 Pro

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I am in the process of purchasing a S1 and would like to know if connecting a external mixer would be ok and were ti connect it to on the S1. As there is no phantom power on the S1 i was thinking I could use the mixer for this. 

The mixer is a Peavey 10 channel powered mixer  

 

Thank you 


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Re: Connect Peavey PV-10 Mixer to S1 Pro

Hi Saxman,

saxman posted:

Hi

I am in the process of purchasing a S1 and would like to know if connecting a external mixer would be ok and were ti connect it to on the S1. As there is no phantom power on the S1 i was thinking I could use the mixer for this. 

The mixer is a Peavey 10 channel powered mixer 

Thank you

Yes, you can use an external mixer with your S1 Pro.  Do NOT connect the speaker outputs from a powered mixer to your S1 Pro. You may damage the mixer and/or the S1 Pro.

For help with your Peavey 10 channel powered mixer, please give us a link to the owner's manual so we can look at that with you.

Thanks,

ST

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Re: Connect Peavey PV-10 Mixer to S1 Pro

Peavey are good. BUT you will be subject to mains power being available.

why not look at the Xenyx 1002B, can be battery powered and it has phantom power [all 5 XLRs], we used one for years...... two AUX sends. 

https://m.musictri.be/Categori...Mixers/Analog/1002B/

 

 

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Re: Connect Peavey PV-10 Mixer to S1 Pro

Hi Saxman,

The Peavey PV-10 mixer doesn't appear to be a powered mixer.  Usually "powered" in this context means the mixer has a power amplifier to drive loudspeakers. The Peavey PV-10 doesn't appear to have a power amplifier.

You should be able connect the mixer to your S1 Pro using either the XLR outputs or the 1/4 inch (6mm) Tip-Ring-Sleeve outputs; the outputs in the green box below.

Peavey PV10 mixer outputs

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Re: Connect Peavey PV-10 Mixer to S1 Pro

Thank you 

Its certainly powered by a Standard powered kettle lead 

 

 

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Re: Connect Peavey PV-10 Mixer to S1 Pro

Tim-MK posted:

Peavey are good. BUT you will be subject to mains power being available.

why not look at the Xenyx 1002B, can be battery powered and it has phantom power [all 5 XLRs], we used one for years...... two AUX sends. 

https://m.musictri.be/Categori...Mixers/Analog/1002B/

 

 

Thank you 

 

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Re: Connect Peavey PV-10 Mixer to S1 Pro

Oh see what you mean regards powered Thanks