The Peavey Versarray™ features planar ribbon drivers, neodymium-loaded woofers and exclusive adjustment technology to set a new benchmark for high fidelity, high-level sound reinforcement.
A two-time veteran of the Rockstar® Mayhem Festival, the Versarray 212 line array offers extreme versatility in the most demanding sound-reinforcement applications. This three-way enclosure is outfitted with two 12" Black Widow® woofers, ten midrange drivers and four planar ribbon drivers mounted to a manifold line source that enables critically damped operation with immediate transient response. All 16 components utilize neodymium magnets that yield lighter weight and greater efficiency over traditional magnet designs.
Any line array claiming true versatility should be able to excel in any application you can throw its way. That's what makes the Versarray 112 so unique--it holds its own nightly in world-class venues like Ground Zero Blues Club, the juke joint co-owned by Morgan Freeman, and has whipped up crowds at outdoor music festivals like Ozzfest and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The Versarray 112 utilizes a high-performance, lightweight 12" Neo Black Widow woofer and dual ribbon drivers.
Designed for use with Versarray line arrays, the Versarray 118 and 218 subwoofers incorporate Peavey's ultra-high power Lo Max® 18" woofer into a 13-ply Baltic birch cabinet. The 2x18 model also features Peavey's patented UniVent™ venting system, which uses an exclusive design to literally pump air through the enclosure, maintaining cool operating temperatures, increasing reliability and reducing power compression under heavy continuous-drive conditions.
The Versarray system allows maximum articulation from each enclosure with Peavey's exclusive bracket-and-pin flying hardware. This highly flexible rigging system gives users a multitude of array possibilities, from traditional flying to ground stacking or pole mounting. Versarray accessory packages include everything you need to achieve perfect sound, from locking pins and fly bars to a crankable speaker lift.