Peavey PA Back By Popular Demand

Peavey's EuroSys PA system is available again in the UK and Europe      23/11/09

Peavey PA Back By Popular Demand


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Due, they tell us, to popular demand, Peavey have brought back their EuroSys PA system. Here's what they have to say in their press release...
The success of Peavey's original EuroSys PA systems can be judged from the number still in use today. EuroSys was launched in the late 1980s, and even though Peavey hasn't produced the range for several years, plenty of bands and DJs continue to gig with them – and dealers are still getting daily requests from people searching for EuroSys enclosures.
Therefore, Peavey is delighted to announce the return of the EuroSys, with two brand new full range cabinets plus two new subs.
The EuroSys 700 delivers 350W RMS continuous (700W programme) at 4 ohms through a 12" heavy-duty woofer plus EuroSys 175T compression driver. The Eurosys 800 incorporates a 400W RMS continuous (800W programme) 15" woofer again with the Eurosys 175T compression driver. Subs give a choice of 15" (EuroSys 115) and 18" (EuroSys 118) drivers, each capable of handling 400W RMS (800W programme), and each using specially developed woofers with high power voice coils and dual cooling. Frequency response is 38-250Hz for the EuroSys 115 and 35-250Hz for the EuroSys 118. Both incorporate a passive crossover with a high pass output, employing a low distortion high power inductor and triple capacitor banks for low loss and extended reliability.
It's not just the sonic performance that will earn a big 'welcome back' from the market. These new models also tick all the boxes for gigability: durable 18mm plywood construction, recessed combi jack/Speakon connections, recessed steel handles and stand adaptors (with a satellite pole fitting for the subs), resilient paint finish and curved black heavy-duty grille.
And making sure that the new EuroSys (like its previous incarnation) not only gigs as good as new for years and years to come, but also retains its rugged good looks, high quality protective covers are supplied as standard.
EuroSys 700
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 22' (560mm) x 17.5' (445mm) x 15.2' (385mm)
  • Weight: 47 lbs (21.5kg)
  • MRRP: £250.00 / €299.00
EuroSys 800
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 25.1' (638mm) x 18.4' (468mm) x 16.5' (420mm)
  • Weight: 54 lbs (24.5 kg)
  • MRRP: £275.00 / €329.00
EuroSys 115
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 19.1' (485mm) x 22' (560mm) x 27.5' (700mm)
  • Packed Weight: 32.60 kg
  • MRRP: £265.00 / €339.00
EuroSys 118
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 22.2' (565mm) x 23.6' (600mm) x 27.5' (700mm)
  • Packed Weight: 38.60 kg
  • MRRP: £299.00 / €379.00
Pricing and Availability:
The new EuroSys range is available from authorized dealers now. Seee main text for UK and European pricing. More information:


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