Peavey Microphones Affordable Solutions for Vocal Reinforcement & Instrument Recording

The new PVM 44 and PVM 50 microphones from Peavey are designed to meet the needs of audio specialists and professional vocals.

The Mississippi-based electronics manufacturer Peavey designs and manufactures everything from guitars and basses to amplifiers and speaker systems. Interviews, training sessions, product demos and live UStream videos from E4 Metro New York can be viewed here.

The Skinny:Adding to the diversity of its product line, Peavey has announced its new PVM 44 and PVM 50 dynamic microphones.

The Specs: Peavey says it developed the new microphones to withstand the rigors of the road and other tough environments, and both products are priced at reasonable levels to allow a variety of users to afford the microphones.

The PVM 44 dynamic microphone provides users with a cardioid polar pattern and a frequency response of 50Hz to 16kHz. Internally the microphone incorporates a neodymium magnet capsule and a transformer output. Peavey rates the microphone’s sensitivity at -54 +/- 2dBV/Pa, Pa=94dB. 

The PVM 50 dynamic microphone offers users a super dynamic cardioid pattern. Like the PVM 44, it provides a frequency response of 50Hz to 16kHz. Inside the PVM 50 Peavey employs a Neodymium magnet capsule and a transformer output.

Solutions: Peavey says the PVM 44 and the PVM 50 dynamic microphones can be used for vocal reinforcement and instrument recording.

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