The Phonic Powerpod 410 powered mixer is equipped with built-in variable digital delay. Powerpod Series powered mixers are great all-in-one mixers and amplifiers for bands, traveling musicians, school... Read More
The Phonic Powerpod 410 powered mixer is equipped with built-in variable digital delay. Powerpod Series powered mixers are great all-in-one mixers and amplifiers for bands, traveling musicians, school auditoriums, houses of worship, and clubs. The Powerpod 410 has a 100W power amplifier with 4 mic/line input channels, variable delay, XLR and 1/4" TRS phone jack inputs. This Phonic audio mixer also features a super-musical 2-band EQ at mono channels and an additional 1/4" stereo jack for external signal. The Powerpod 410 also has Tape in and record outs for a CD or tape player, and 2 - 1/4" phone jacks for speaker connection.
The Phonic Powerpod Series are powered mixers with a compact and durable design. Each Powerpod mixer has multiple Mic/Line input channels and a built-in amplifier. The 2-band EQ on every channel gives you maximum control over your mix. This great mixer also includes a dynamic mic with cable and 2 speaker cables.
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I used this mixer about a month or two and them all of a sudden it stopped working. The features are good if you just want to send something to PA speakers. The mixer looks and feels really good but the knobs are very plastic. As i said all ready, it gives up on you!
While covering most PA necessities, the quality of this system is evident in the sound. The EQ is crude, with a high and a low knob. After trying to improve my sound for a while, I gave up and turned it back to the median. The power of amp and monitors on this thing is another issue. Cannot compare to a drumset and guitar amps without sounding like a bear caught on fire. If that's what your going for, it doesn't even do that too well. Reliability is not an issue except with the delay, which is nice once you get it working, which can mean smacking it in frustration and turning it on and off until you hear it working. Its cheap, and thats really nice, but evident in sound quality. More geared toward tamer acoustic sound support and vocals. 4 inputs is nice as well, and the quality of these is identical. Power and quality of sound is what is lacking in this PA. Would advise getting powered monitors if fidelity and power are your focus. This PA would probably work well in smaller relaxed venues.
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