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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: When using electrical products, basic cautions should always be followed, including the following:
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Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with a dry cloth. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding plug. The wide blade or third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point they exit from the apparatus. Only use attachments/accessories provided by the manufacturer. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as when power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. Never break off the ground pin. Write for our free booklet Shock Hazard and Grounding. Connect only to a power supply of the type marked on the unit adjacent to the power supply cord. If this product is to be mounted in an equipment rack, rear support should be provided. Note for UK only: If the colors of the wires in the mains lead of this unit do not correspond with the terminals in your plug proceed as follows: a) The wire that is colored green and yellow must be connected to the terminal that is marked by the letter E the earth symbol colored green or colored green and yellow. b) The wire that is colored blue must be connected to the terminal that is marked with the letter N or the color black. c) The wire that is colored brown must be connected to the terminal that is marked with the letter L or the color red. This electrical apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and care should be taken not to place objects containing liquids, such as vases, upon the apparatus. Exposure to extremely high noise levels may cause a permanent hearing loss. Individuals vary considerably in susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss, but nearly everyone will lose some hearing if exposed to sufficiently intense noise for a sufficient time. The U.S. Governments Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specified the following permissible noise level exposures:
Before you send signal through your amplifier, it is very important to ensure that the product has the proper AC line voltage supplied. You can find the proper voltage for your amp printed next to the IEC line (power) cord on the rear panel of the unit. Each product feature is numbered. Refer to the front panel diagram in this manual to locate the particular features next to its number. Please read this guide carefully to ensure your personal safety as well as the safety of your amplifier.
FEATURES: Distortion Detection Technique (DDT) LFC Inpedance Sensing RAMPUP Signal Control 100 Hz Crossover Three front panel LEDs: DDT, Signal and Power Three operation choices: Stereo, Parallel and Bridged
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1 Save the carton and packing materials!
Should you ever need to ship the unit, use only the original factory packing.
9 Power down and disconnect units
from mains voltage before making connections. nal level greater than that required to enable equipment to reach full output. channel back into another channels input.
16 If the unit is used in an extremely
For replacement packaging, call Peavey Customer Service Department directly. ating your equipment. Retain all documentation for future reference. unit chassis for proper operation.
10 Do not drive the inputs with a sig-
dusty or smoky environment the unit should be periodically blown free of foreign matter. heat registers, radiators or other heat-producing devices. unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time.
17 Do not use the unit near stoves,
2 Read all documentation before oper3 Follow all instructions printed on
11 Do not run the output of any amplifier 18 The equipment power cord should be
Do not parallel- or series-connect an amplifier output with any other amplifier output. Peavey is not responsible for damage to loudspeakers for any reason. puts of amplifiers to any other voltage source such as a battery, mains source, or power supply, regardless of whether the amplifier is turned on or off.
Service Information Do not remove the cover! Removing the cover will expose you to potentially dangerous voltages. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Equipment should be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
4 Never hold a power switch or circuit breaker in the "ON" position if it wont stay there by itself!
12 Do not connect the inputs or out-
5 Do not use the unit if the electrical
power cord is frayed or broken. The power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them.
13 Connecting amplifier outputs to oscil-
6 Always operate the unit with the AC ground wire connected to the electrical system ground. Precautions should be taken so that the means of grounding of a piece of equipment is not defeated. 7 Damage caused by connection to
improper AC voltage is not covered by any warranty. Mains voltage must be correct and the same as that printed on the rear of the unit.
loscopes or other test equipment while the amplifier is in bridged mono mode may damage both the amplifier and test equipment!
A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged. B. The equipment has been exposed to rain. C. The equipment does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance. D. The equipment has been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
14 Do not spill water or other liquids
into or on the unit, or operate the unit while standing in liquid.
15 Do not block fan intake or exhaust To obtain service: ports. Do not operate equipment on a surface or in an environment which may impede the normal flow of air around the unit, such as a bed, rug, weathersheet, carpet or completely enclosed rack.
8 Do not ground any hot (red) terminal.
Never connect a hot (red) output to ground or to another hot (red) output!
contact your nearest Peavey Service Center, Distributor, Dealer or contact Peavey at 601.483.5365 USA or visit www.peavey.com for additional information, email email@example.com
Upon unpacking, inspect the amplifier. If you find any damage, notify your supplier immediately. Only the consignee may institute a claim with the carrier for damage incurred during shipping. Be sure to save the carton and all packing materials. Should you ever need to ship the unit back to Peavey, one of its offices, service centers or the supplier, use only the original factory packing. If the shipping carton is unavailable, contact Peavey to obtain a replacement.
Because of the complexity of the design and the risk of electrical shock, all repairs must be completed only by qualified technical personnel.
The PV 3800 amplifier power requirements are rated at 1/8 power (typical music conditions) and 1/3 power (extreme music conditions). The maximum power current draw rating is limited only by the front panel circuit breaker. Consult the specifications in the Specification section for figures on the current that each amplifier will demand. Make sure the mains voltage is correct and is the same as that printed on the rear of the amplifier. Damage caused by connecting the amplifier to improper AC voltage is not covered by any warranty. Unless otherwise specified when ordered, Peavey amplifiers shipped to customers are configured as follows: Option 1 North America 120VAC / 60 Hz
The PV 3800 amplifier uses a forced-air cooling system to maintain a low, consistent operating temperature. Air is drawn into the amplifier by fan(s) on the rear panel, courses through the cooling fins of the tunnel-configured channel heat sink(s), and then exhausts through the front panel grille. If either heat sink gets too hot, its sensing circuit will open the output relay, disconnecting the load from that particular channel. The PV 3800 utilizes one common heat sink and a single fan, but retains the separate circuitry. NOTE: Maintain an adequate air supply at the back of the amplifier and enough space around the front of the amplifier to allow the cooling air to escape. If the amp is rack mounted, do not use doors or covers on the front of the rack; the exhaust air must flow without resistance. If you are using racks with closed backs, use fans on the rear rack panel to pressurize the rack and ensure an ample air supply.
Option 2 Europe, Asia 230/240VAC / 50 Hz
The PV 3800 amplifier will mount in standard 19" racks. Rear mounting ears are also provided for additional support, which is recommended in non-permanent installations like mobile or touring sound systems.
Option 3 Australia 240VAC / 50 Hz Option 4 South America 120VAC / 60 Hz or 240VAC / 50 Hz
Always turn off and disconnect the amplifier from mains voltage before making audio connections. Also, as an extra precaution, turn the attenuators down during power-up.
Make sure the mains voltage is correct and the same as that printed on the rear of the amplifier. Damage caused by connecting the amplifier to improper AC voltage is not covered by any warranty. See the Connecting Power section for more information on voltage requirements. Although the PV 3800 amplifier has RAMPUP circuitry, which raises the signal level gradually after the output relay closes, remember to have the gain controls turned down during power-up to prevent speaker damage if there is a high signal level at the inputs. Whether you buy or make them, use good-quality connections, input cables and speaker cables, along with good soldering technique, to ensure trouble-free operation. Most intermittent problems are caused by faulty cables. Consult the Wire Gauge Chart to determine proper gauges for different load impedances and cable lengths. Remember that cable resistance robs amplifier power in two ways: power lost directly to resistance (I2R loss), and by increasing the total load impedance, thereby decreasing the power demanded of the amplifier. Also, make sure the mode switch is correctly set for the desired application. See Sections on Stereo, Parallel and Bridged Mono Mode for more information.
Make certain that there is enough space around the front and rear of the amplifier to allow the heated air to escape. Suggestion: In racks with closed backs, allow at least one standard-rack-space opening for every four mounted power amplifiers.
AC POWER SWITCH/CIRCUIT BREAKER The PV 3800 amplifier has a combination AC switch/circuit breaker on the front panel. If the switch shuts off during normal use, push it back to the ON position once. If it will not stay on, the amplifier needs servicing. INDICATORS The PV 3800 amplifier features three front panel LED indicators per channel: DDT, SIGNAL and POWER. These LED indicators inform the user of each channels operating status and warn of possible abnormal conditions.
DDT (DISTORTION DETECTION TECHNIQUE) LED A channels DDT LED will light at the onset of clipping. If the LEDs are flashing quickly and intermittently, the channel is just at the clip threshold. A steady, bright glow means the amp is clip limiting, or reducing gain to prevent severely clipped waveforms from reaching the loudspeakers. See the Distortion Detection Technique section for more information. During initial power-up the DDT LED will light to indicate that the RAMPUP gain reduction circuitry is activated. This prevents sudden signal bursts when the speaker relays are closed. SIGNAL LED This LED lights when its channel produces an output signal of about 4 volts RMS or more (0.1 volt or more at the input, with 0 dB attenuation and standard x40 voltage gain). This signal indicates whether a signal is reaching and being amplified by the amplifier. POWER LED The Power LED indicates that its channels output relay is closed and the channel is operational. It lights under normal operation and remains on, even when the channel is in Distortion Detection Technique or DDT gain reduction. These protection features leave the output relay closed. If the Power LED goes off, there is no signal at the output connectors. INPUT ATTENUATORS Whenever possible, set the attenuators fully clockwise to maintain optimum system headroom. The input attenuator controls, located at the front panel (one for channel A, one for channel B), adjust gain for their respective amplifier channels in all modes. See the specifications at the end of this manual for standard voltage gain and input sensitivity information.
The power only breaks one side of the AC mains. Hazardous energy may be present in the enclosure when the power switch is in the OFF position.
When operating in the Bridged Mode, both attenuators must be in the same position so the speaker load will be equally shared between the channels. See the section on Bridged Mono operation for more information and precautions.
AC POWER INLET: This is the receptacle for an IEC line cord, which provides AC power to the unit. Connect the line cord to this connector to provide power to the unit. Damage to the equipment may result if improper line voltage is used. (See line voltage marking on unit). Never break off the ground pin on any equipment. It is provided for your safety. If the outlet used does not have a ground pin, a suitable grounding adapter should be used and the third wire should be grounded properly. To prevent the risk of shock or fire hazard, always make sure that the amplifier and all associated equipment is properly grounded. NOTE: FOR U.K. ONLY As the colors of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the colored markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: (1) The wire which is colored green and yellow must be connected to the terminal which is marked by the letter E, or by the Earth symbol, or colored green or green and yellow. (2) The wire which is colored blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N, or the color black. (3) The wire which is colored brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L, or the color red. To avoid the risk of electrical shock, do not place fingers or any other objects into empty tube sockets while power is being supplied to unit.
LOW CUT SWITCH This switch is used to activate the LOW CUT filter for the corresponding channel. It is a push-type switch, that requires a small tool to activate. The IN position routes the input signals through the 40 Hz LOW CUT filter, while the OUT position bypasses the filter. This filter will cut extremely low frequencies, protecting speakers from the possibility of over-excursion. The filter low-frequency rolloff is 12 dB per octave. The LOW CUT filter for each channel will function independently of the crossover function. CROSSOVER SWITCH (100 Hz crossover) This switch is used to activate the 100 Hz crossover for the corresponding channel. It is also a push-type switch and requires a small tool to activate. The PV 3800 offers two 100 Hz crossovers. These are specially designed features that enhance the response of most loudspeakers in a typical bi-amped application. Rather than having a flat output curve, these crossovers use special filters to tailor the response and provide a flat acoustical output. This type of crossover sounds more natural than conventional state-variable crossovers. With the switch IN, the input signals are routed through the crossover and the low frequencies are automatically sent to the corresponding channel. At the same time, the high frequencies are sent to the HIGH OUT (9) jack and must then be patched to the INPUT of the other channel of this amplifier or to another amplifier input to complete the bi-amped system. With the switch OUT, the crossover is defeated and the input signal is
routed directly to the respective power amp channel. The crossover frequency is fixed at 100 Hz and cannot be changed. The crossover configuration is a four-pole Linkwitz-Riley approximation.
HIGH OUT JACKS This 1/4 jack supplies high-frequency output signals from the activated crossover for patching to this amplifier and/or additional power amplifier inputs. Unlike the low-frequency crossover output that is automatically routed to the associated channel, the high-frequency output signal must be patched to some suitable input in order to complete the bi-amped system. This 1/4 jack also provides an unbalanced (tip/sleeve) output to be patched with single-conductor shielded cables. CONN. MODE SELECT SWITCH Depressing the rear panel CONN. MODE select switch connects both input connectors together in parallel. This directs the same input signal to both channels and allows one connector to be used with a patch cable to drive another amplifier. In the OUT position, both input connectors operate independently. Do not operate the CONN. MODE select switch with the amplifier powered on. See the sections on Stereo, Parallel and Bridged Mono Mode for more information. SELECT SWITCH The rear panel AMP MODE select switch determines if the amplifier is in stereo (two channels) or in Bridged Mono Mode. Do not operate the AMP MODE select switch with the amplifier powered on. See the Operations Mode section for more information on Stereo, Parallel and Bridged Mono Mode applications. CONNECTING INPUTS Input connections are made via the 3-pin XLR (pin 2+) or 6.3 mm plug Combi connectors on the rear panel of the amplifier. The inputs are actively balanced. The input overload point is high enough to accept the maximum output level of virtually any signal source. CONNECTING OUTPUTS All models have two output (speaker) connections per channel. Cables can be connected with banana plugs, spade lugs, or bare wire to the five-way binding posts. The preferred method is connection via the Speakon connectors.
Operation Modes Stereo Operation
For stereo (dual channel) operation, turn the amplifier off and set the mode select switches on the back panel to the OUT (extended) position. In this mode, both channels operate independently of each other with their input attenuators controlling their respective levels. For example, a signal at channel As input produces an amplified signal at channel As output, while a signal at channel Bs input produces an amplified signal at channel Bs output.
For parallel (dual channel/single input) operation, turn the amplifier off and set the connector mode (Conn, Mode) switch to the parallel position by depressing the switch. Both input connectors are then strapped together and drive both channels with the same input signal. Because both connectors are strapped together, either connector can be used with a patch cable to drive the input of another amplifier. Output connections are the same as in the Stereo Mode. In Parallel Mode, both input attenuators remain active, allowing users to set different levels for each channel. Power and other general performance specifications are the same as in the Stereo Mode.
Both amplifier channels can be bridged together to make a very powerful single-channel monaural amplifier. Use extreme caution when operating in bridged mode; potentially lethal voltage may be present at the output terminals. To bridge the amplifier, depress the rear panel Amp Mode switch (11) to the IN position. Direct the signal to channel As input and connect the speakers across pin +1 and pin +2 of the channel A Speakon output connector. Only channel As input attenuator is active while in Bridged Mono mode. Both connectors are strapped together, so either connector can be used with a patch cable to drive the input of another amplifier. When operating in the Bridged Mode, both attenuators must be in the same position so the speaker load will be equally shared between the channels.
Unlike the Stereo and Parallel Modes, in which one side of each output is at ground, in the Bridged Mode both sides are hot. Pin +1 is Channel As side, which is the same polarity as the input. The minimum nominal load impedance in the Bridge Mode is 4 ohms, which is equivalent to driving both channels at 2 ohms. Driving bridged loads of less than 4 ohms will activate DDT circuitry, resulting in a loss of power and potential thermal overload.
The PV 3800 amplifier incorporates several circuits to protect both themselves and loudspeakers under virtually any situation. Peavey has attempted to make the amplifiers as foolproof as possible by making them immune to short and open circuits, mismatched loads, DC voltage, and overheating. If a channel goes into the Distortion Detection Technique or DDT gain reduction mode, the speaker load remains connected, but clipping percentage or output power are instantly reduced. DC voltage on the output, excessive subsonic frequencies or thermal overload will cause the channels output relay to disconnect the speaker load until the problem is corrected or the amplifier cools down.
Distortion Detection Technique (DDT)
Any time a channel is driven into hard, continuous clipping, the DDT circuit will automatically reduce the channel gain to a level just slightly into clipping, guarding the speakers against the damaging high power continuous square waves that may be produced. Situations that may activate the DDT circuit include uncontrolled feedback, oscillation, an improper equipment setting or malfunction upstream from the amplifier. Normal program transients will not trigger the DDT, only steady, excessive clipping will. The DDT LED will glow brightly and continuously when limiting occurs.
LFC Impedance Sensing
The PV 3800 amplifier features innovative circuitry that allows safe operation into any load. When an amplifier sees a load that overstresses the output stage, the Load Fault Correction (LFC) circuit adjusts the channel gain to a safe level. This method of output-stage protection is far superior to conventional, brute force-type limiting found on other amplifiers. The LFC circuit is sonically transparent in normal use and unobtrusive when activated.
Internal fans keep the amplifier operating well within its intended temperature range under all normal conditions. If a channels heat sink temperature reaches 75C, which may indicate an obstructed air supply, that channel will independently protect itself by disconnecting its load and shutting down until it has cooled. During this time, the POWER LED will go out, the DDT LEDs will remain lit and the cooling fans will continue running at high speed.
If an output is shorted, the LFC and thermal circuits will automatically protect the amplifier. The LFC circuit senses the short circuit as an extremely stressful load condition and attenuates the signal, protecting the channels output transistors from over-current stress. If the short circuit remains, the channel will eventually thermally protect itself by disconnecting the load.
DC Voltage Protection
If an amplifier channel detects DC voltage or subsonic frequencies at its output terminals, its output relay will immediately open to prevent loudspeaker damage.
Protection Features Turn-On/Turn-Off Protection
At power-up, the amplifier stays in the protect mode with outputs disconnected for approximately six seconds while the power supplies charge and stabilize. While the output relays are open, the DDT LEDs light. When power is removed, the speaker loads immediately disconnect so that no thumps or pops are heard.
RAMPUP Signal Control
Whenever a PV 3800 amplifier powers up or comes out of a protect mode, the RAMPUP circuit activates. While the speakers are disconnected, the RAMPUP circuit fully attenuates the signal and activates the DDT LED. After the output relay closes, the signal slowly and gradually raises to its set level. The PWR LED will illuminate and the DDT LED will turn off when the signal is no longer attenuated. The RAMPUP Signal Control circuit has some important advantages over conventional instant-on circuits: 1. If a signal is present during power-up (or when coming out of protect), the speakers are spared a sudden, potentially damaging burst of audio power. 2. Because the gain is reduced until after the output relay closes, no arcing occurs at the contacts. This extends the contacts useful life.
Amplifier Maintenance and User Responsibility
A PV 3800 amplifier requires no routine maintenance and should never need any internal adjustment during its lifetime. Your PV 3800 amplifier is very powerful and can be potentially dangerous to loudspeakers and humans alike. It is your responsibility to read the Important Precautions section in the front of this manual and to make sure that the amplifier is installed, wired and operated properly. Many loudspeakers can be easily damaged or destroyed by overpowering, especially with the high power available from a bridged amplifier. Read the Speaker Protection section and always be aware of the speakers continuous and peak power capabilities.
PV 3800 Specifications
Rated Power Bridge 8 ohms Rated Power (2 x 4 ohms) Rated Power (2 x 8 ohms) Rated Power (1 x 4 ohms) Rated Power (1 x 8 ohms) Minimum Load Impedance Maximum RMS Voltage Frequency Response Power Bandwidth T.H.D. (2 x 4 ohms) T.H.D. (2 x 8 ohms) Input CMRR Voltage Gain Crosstalk Hum and Noise Slew Rate Damping Factor (8 ohms) Phase Response
2650 watts @ 1 kHz at <0.1% T.H.D. 1300 watts per channel @ 1 kHz at <0.05% T.H.D. both channels driven 775 watts per channel @ 1 kHz at <0.05% T.H.D. both channels driven 1500 watts @ 1 kHz at <0.05% T.H.D. 875 watts @ 1 kHz at <0.05% T.H.D. 4 ohms 93 volts 10 Hz - 100 kHz; +0, -2 dB at 1 watt 10 Hz - 35 kHz; +0, -3 dB at rated 4 ohm power <0.1% @ 1050 watts per channel from 20 Hz to 20 kHz <0.1% @ 700 watts per channel from 20 Hz to 20 kHz >- 55 dB @ 1 kHz x40 (32 dB) > -55 dB @ 1 kHz at rated power @ 8 ohms > -108 dB, A weighted reference to rated power @ 8 ohms > 15V/us > 500:1 @ 20 Hz - 1 kHz +5 to - 12 degrees from 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Input Sensitivity (x40) Input Impedance Current Draw @ 1/8 Power Current Draw @ 1/3 Power Cooling Controls Indicator LEDs Protection Connectors
1.88 volts +/- 3% for 1 kHz, 4 ohm rated power, 15 k ohms, balanced 1185 watts @ 4 ohms 720 watts @ 8 ohms 2975 watts @ 4 ohms 1835 watts @ 8 ohms Two front panel temperature dependent variable speed 80 mm DC fans 2 front panel attenuators, rear panel Mode switches 2 DDT (Distortion Detection Technique), 2 Signal presence, 2 Active Status Thermal, DC, turn-on bursts, subsonic, incorrect loads Per channel, Combi XLR & 6.3 mm phone input, Speakon and Binding speaker output, 15 amp IEC mains connector 14 ga. steel with cast front panel and cast handles 88.9 mm x 482.6 mm x 376.3 mm + 31.8 for rear support ears and connectors (3.5" x 19" x 14.81" + 1.25") + 38.1 mm (1.5") handle depth 19.5 kg (43 lbs) 20.6 kg (45.5 lbs)
Net Weight Gross Weight
All power measurements made at 120 VAC, power transformer cold. 2 ohm power is time limited by magnetic circuit breaker.
Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
Wire Gauge Chart
cable length (in feet) feet
standard wire gauge (AWG)
power loss into power loss into power lossinto 8 load (%) 4 load (%) 2 load (%)
.22.214.171.124.125 1.58 1.00.62.40.25 8.00 4.00 2.50 1.60 1.00.625 8.00 5.00 3.20 2.00
1.58 1.00.62.40.25 3.16 2.0 126.96.36.199 12.60 8.00 5.00 3.20 2.00 1.25 16.00 10.00 6.40 4.00
3.16 2.00 188.8.131.52 6.32 4.00 2.50 1.60 1.00 25.20 1.60 10.00 6.40 4.00 2.50 32.00 20.00 12.80 8.00
PEAVEY ELECTRONICS CORPORATION LIMITED WARRANTY
Effective Date: July 1, 1998
What This Warranty Covers Your Peavey Warranty covers defects in material and workmanship in Peavey products purchased and serviced in the U.S.A. and Canada. What This Warranty Does Not Cover The Warranty does not cover: (1) damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, improper installation or operation, rental, product modification or neglect; (2) damage occurring during shipment; (3) damage caused by repair or service performed by persons not authorized by Peavey; (4) products on which the serial number has been altered, defaced or removed; (5) products not purchased from an Authorized Peavey Dealer. Who This Warranty Protects This Warranty protects only the original retail purchaser of the product. How Long This Warranty Lasts The Warranty begins on the date of purchase by the original retail purchaser. The duration of the Warranty is as follows: Product Category Duration
Guitars/Basses, Amplifiers, Pre-Amplifiers, Mixers, Electronic Crossovers and Equalizers 2 years (+ 3 years)* Drums Enclosures Digital Effect Devices and Keyboard and MIDI Controllers Microphones Speaker Components (incl. speakers, baskets, drivers, diaphragm replacement kits and passive crossovers) and all Accessories Tubes and Meters 2 years (+ 1 year)* 3 years (+ 2 years)* 1 year (+ 1 year)* 2 years
1 year 90 days
[*Denotes additional warranty period applicable if optional Warranty Registration Card is completed and returned to Peavey by original retail purchaser within 90 days of purchase.]
What Peavey Will Do We will repair or replace (at Peavey's discretion) products covered by warranty at no charge for labor or materials. If the product or component must be shipped to Peavey for warranty service, the consumer must pay initial shipping charges. If the repairs are covered by warranty, Peavey will pay the return shipping charges. How To Get Warranty Service (1) Take the defective item and your sales receipt or other proof of date of purchase to your Authorized Peavey Dealer or Authorized Peavey Service Center. OR (2) Ship the defective item, prepaid, to Peavey Electronics Corporation, International Service Center, 412 Highway 11 & 80 East, Meridian, MS 39301 or Peavey Canada Ltd., 95 Shields Court, Markham, Ontario, Canada L3R 9T5. Include a detailed description of the problem, together with a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of date of purchase as evidence of warranty coverage. Also provide a complete return address. Limitation of Implied Warranties ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LENGTH OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Exclusions of Damages PEAVEY'S LIABILITY FOR ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT, AT PEAVEY'S OPTION. IF WE ELECT TO REPLACE THE PRODUCT, THE REPLACEMENT MAY BE A RECONDITIONED UNIT. PEAVEY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES BASED ON INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF USE, LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, DAMAGE TO ANY OTHER EQUIPMENT OR OTHER ITEMS AT THE SITE OF USE, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES WHETHER INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF PEAVEY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. If you have any questions about this warranty or service received or if you need assistance in locating an Authorized Service Center, please contact the Peavey International Service Center at (601) 483-5365 / Peavey Canada Ltd. at (905) 475-2578. Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
Logo referenced in Directive 2002/96/EC Annex IV (OJ(L)37/38,13.02.03 and defined in EN 50419: 2005 The bar is the symbol for marking of new waste and is applied only to equipment manufactured after 13 August 2005
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