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Q: Is it possible to run a send and return on the AUX channel so that all channels are affected by the effect? Can I use a chaos pad to affect the main out channels by coming out the control room channel, through the chaos pad and back into the mixer thro...
While it won't necessarily damage the mixer, a latching pedal will not work with the built-in digital effect processors of the Powerpod, MU, AM and other series' of mixers. It is not advised that customers use such pedals.
Q: Does the PM 801 have individual OUTPUTS (for each channel) that are controlled by the LEVEL? A: The PM801 has a main output, as well as an RCA pre-fader output that equally mixes the signal from all inputs, bypassing the level and tone controls (ther...
There are a few things you must ensure to get the effect processor to work. First, make sure the channels effect send knob is set to an acceptable degree (preferably in the middle). Secondly, the effect drive knob on the processor should also be set to al...
Any generic foot switches with momentary contact (ie. non-latching type) will be suitable for the Powerpod Mixer. Roland/BOSS offer the FS-5U is a momentary unlatching footswitch. Phonic does not currently manufacture footswitches.
Our sound systems can be friend, or seem like foe. As worship leaders, praise musicians, or pastors, we are usually entirely dependent on acoustic technology, and the faithful and courageous folks who do their best to manage sound every week. One of the r...
Q: How would I hook up a processor to my MU/AM mixer so that it allows me to get just the processed sound and not the original? A: You would plug the EFX send from the mixer into the input of your effects unit and the output of the effects unit into the...
You would connect the EFX or AUX send of the mixer to the input of your effects unit and the output of the effects unit to the EFX or AUX return on the mixer. If you want to get only the effected sound returned , set the balance on the effect unit to 100%...
You can use the AM/MU series mini stereo jack (not featured on all models) for the mixer-PC connection. You may also purchase an appropriate y-cable with RCA plugs on one end (to connect to your Rec out) and a single mini-stereo plug on the other (to conn...
Sonic Station 16 has 8 direct outputs - one each on channels 1 through 8. They are unbalanced 1/4" TS jacks, which send the signal post-fader, post-EQ, post-Low-cut filter, post-Mute.
When connecting 4 speakers to the RoadGear, the total loading for each power amplifier channel should not be lower than 4 ohms. Therefore, the impedance of each speaker should be 8 ohms or greater. The two RoadGear speakers can be used in this case, as we...
The Studio Wizard needs to be plugged in and turned on for any of the routing to occur.
As Phonic doesn't make flight cases, and we currently don't have any plans to begin producing such cases, we can only suggest that any flight case based on a regular sized console should suffice for travel. In the even that one of our mixers has unique di...
Follow the instructions below to hear individual input channels through your headphones or control room monitors. Depending on your model, however, these steps may vary slightly. * Set the EFX send and channel level controls to an appropriate level. ...
Q: Will the adjustments I make on the Powerpod K-12s main EQ be applied to the mono output? A: Yes, when the graphic EQ is turned on and MAIN is selected, then the frequency changes also affect the mono output.
The Powerpod 1860 Deluxe, K-12 and K-16 all have a headphone output with its own volume control, while models from the Powerpod 1062 Deluxe and below do not.
As the Powerpod 408 only has one power amplifier, there is no difference between connecting the speakers individually or both to one output. In essence, connecting two speakers individually is the same as connecting two speakers in parallel. However it sh...
A few messages have reached us, and weve discovered that certain Powerpod 620s were shipped with the Digital Effect Processor in stand-by mode (obvious by the 2 small flashing lights within the EFX display). This may not be a problem for those with foot...
Q: Im very interested in the 442D, because I need a little mixer. Im producing with just a Laptop, 2 Synths and turntables so my Question is: Is it possible to prelisten the audio signal on Channel 1 via Headphone (Fader is low!) while Ch. 2 is on full vo...
Q: The manual for my mixer advises that disconnecting the ring-pin will prevent damage to the mixer from sending unbalanced signals from the main outputs. How do I do this? A: Since the publication of the manual, we've ensured that using an unbalanced c...
Though advertised as including stereo power amplifiers, some users have been surprised to find that their audio is coming out mono. Just to clarify, the power amplifiers in the Powerpods 620 and 740 are indeed stereo - and they work independently of one a...
There are two necessary parts for the RoadGear to run on battery power: * BP-RG RoadGear Battery Pack * CV-RG DC-DC Power Converter Under normal operating conditions with average power consumption the battery pack provides 3-4 hours of continuous o...
The Powerpod K-12, K-16 and 1860 Deluxe all featured what are referred to as combo jacks. These jacks are able to accept both XLR microphone inputs and 1/4 phone jacks. NOTE: Powerpod K-12, Powerpod K-16 and Powerpod 1860 Deluxe have been discontinued a...
Customers who need a replacement / new power supply for an AM, MU, MM mixer can contact the distributor in their country. They should be able to offer an appropriate replacement supply. Many customers ask whether they can buy directly from us and while ex...
There has been some confusion over the ZX zone mixers ducking depth function lately. Many people have been wondering why their microphones do not work when trying to use this function. A paging control should be used together with the microphone to effect...
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