The Phonic Powerpod 820 is a 200W (@ 4 ohms), 12-input powered mixer with two paired stereo inputs and four mono mic/line channels each with individual phantom power. The ultralow-noise preamps and 75... Read More
The Phonic Powerpod 820 is a 200W (@ 4 ohms), 12-input powered mixer with two paired stereo inputs and four mono mic/line channels each with individual phantom power. The ultralow-noise preamps and 75Hz (18dB/oct.) low-cut filters ensure high-fidelity sound and elimination of unwanted sounds like stage rumble, P-pops, wind noise, and low frequency recording studio room resonance. The audio mixer has a 3-band EQ on every channel and onboard DFX, our 32-bit digital effects processor, with 16 preset programs and parameter control give you mastery over your mix.
Two aux sends per channel and two stereo aux returns mean that you can combine the Phonic Powerpod 820 with a variety of signal processors and other equipment. Monitoring the mix is easy with the Phonic mixer's dual 10-segment LED level meters and high-volume headphone output. The added feature of Mini Stereo I/O makes this mixer perfect for anyone connecting MP3, MD, or computer audio or recording devices. The Powerpod 820 is ideal for project studios, club, and other applications that demand power in a limited space. It also works great as a keyboard mixer, sub-mixer, or monitor desk. Comes with mic, mic cables, and speaker cables.
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its not i expected... i having issues with pops and clicks ... it says this board eliminates those issues...plus its not a 200 watt board as advertised maybe its about 100 watts.... like i said maybe.. its has weak built in fx... however its not too bad over all...
I have many small gigs that do not require my big system so I bought the Powerpod 820. I teamed it with a 4 channel wireless and a small DJ mixer. I can set up in less time with plenty of power. I am very pleased with the tone and versatility of the Powerpod 820
Got this mixer along with the Phonic 710 speakers for practice set up for our band. Overall it does the job with decent power at 200 watts along with the versatility of four mic and 12 total inputs. The 16 digital fx are marginal, with the reverb and chorus offering the best tones. The 3 band eq and individual fx controls are great for dialing in the right sound. Additional features worth mentioning are: phantom power, aux send/return, rec out and control/phones--all which we rely on heavily. Overall, this is a great pick up for those looking for a quality, affordable powered mixer--loaded with features. It suits our needs well and has held up through vigorous set-ups/break-downs. This