MiniMAX® 600-Watt Mini Bass Amp Head

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USD $399.99
Expected Soon! Jul 28, 2023
5 out of 5 stars ( 1 )
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Product Description

MiniMAX® 600-Watt Mini Bass Amp Head

Featuring the rock-solid construction for which Peavey is known, the MiniMAX is built to withstand years of rigorous touring use. The convenient back panel of the amplifier has all the connectivity necessary to patch in effects or connect to a sound reinforcement system.

With DDT speaker protection and Peavey's exclusive Psycho-acoustic low end enhancement that adds bass without overburdening speakers, the MiniMAX contains an impressive set of features and is available at a price accessible to today's working bassist.

The MiniMAX is capable of a huge array of tones and is adaptable to any live or studio setting. A 3-band EQ with Punch, Mid-shift, and Bright controls provides a multitude of tone-shaping options, while the built-in chromatic tuner allows for easy tuning on the fly. In addition, the MiniMAX pre-gain control with TransTube gain boost adds a tubelike crunch to the sound.

The MiniMAX can be paired with Peavey's Headliner or PVH series of bass enclosures to complete a reliable, ultra lightweight professional bass system. Check out the Headliner and PVH series bass enclosures to find your perfect match!

  • 600 watts RMS into 4 ohms
  • DDT speaker protection
  • Pre-gain control with TransTube® gain boost
  • 3-band EQ with Punch, Mid-shift and Bright controls
  • Psycho-acoustic low end bass enhancement
  • Built-in direct output with ground lift and pre/post switch
  • 1/8" phones output
  • Chromatic tuner with speaker and DI mute
  • Two twist-lock combo 1/4" outputs
  • Built-in effects loop
  • Active & Passive inputs
  • 1/8" aux input
  • Weight Packed: 8.71 lb(3.95 kg)
  • Width Packed: 11"(27.94 cm)
  • Height Packed: 14.4"(36.576 cm)
  • Depth Packed: 6"(15.24 cm)

Product Highlights
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MiniMAX Manual
Cut Sheet

Review: David Kahl Submitted: 7/20/2020

Overall5 out of 5 stars.


A lot of value in a small package.

What is your opinion of this product?

There's a lot to choose from at the effective price point of this amp. However, I am more than sold on it, having used it in very different venue formats, especially during the pandemic. It didn't matter if it was in a large outdoor drive-in situation, where all that the audience heard came straight from the amp; a neighborhood tour that demanded quick setup and tear down; a larger festival-oriented streaming venue; or a social distanced VIP pool party. The flexibility of this unit is fantastic. The first thing to note is that the wattage is honest and the headroom is more than ample. The controls are about as linear in their response as you'd want. The ability to make marked impact, on the fly, with just the push of a button -- Boost, Punch, Mid Shift, Treble Boost, and Kosmos (the subharmonic generator/enhancer) -- is great when you're in the middle of playing and have no time to twist and turn knobs. I'd recommend this one for just about anyone and even for the backline at a couple of the huge festivals that I consistently play.
Q & A
marcus davis from Stoney creek Canada
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Subject: Speaker Cabinet handling power
Discussion: I'm a Bass Player but not much of an expert when it comes to speaker power. I have an SWR 400 Watt Speaker cabinet would the 600-watt Mini Max Bass Amp Head be too much for it? Peavey response: Perfect match
Hoosier Dave

Subject: Would a combination of the Headliner 1x18 and the 4x10 cabinets be a good fit?
Discussion: Would the Headliner 1x18 an the 4x10 be a good set up for the Mini Max 600, even the watts are different? Peavey Response: Yes