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Q: Chaining or piggybacking multiple monitor speakers in parallel is a common and convenient practice. What does that do to the power amp that drives them? How many such speakers can we chain together? A: This is an important issue that, understood prop...
Q: The manual states that I can connect an electric bass guitar to an HI-Z or Super Hi-Z channel. I assume the Powerpod can handle that, but can the SEM715 handle the Low of the Bass as well? A: The SEM 715 has a frequency response down to 50 Hz, which ...
If you want to daisy-chain 3 PA550 together, the main input signal must go Input 3 Via 1/4 jack and then to the next PA-550 via the LINK OUT XLR into the next input 3 jack.
Voltage and signal transients (peaks) are sent through any circuit when equipment is powered on or off. These signal surges can be potentially damaging in the long run to components like power amps and especially speakers. An effective prevention is to th...
If you want to use your P6A to play live music, preferably, you should have a sound card or Audio/Midi interface with 2 outputs (L & R) to connect your speakers to your Mac/PC. If you dont have a sound card with this feature, you might need a mixer. Howev...
This is a misprint on the S715 speakers. The true power handling is that found within the unit's other literature (200 Watts RMS, 400 Watts Program, 600 Watts Peak).
Phonic Corporation warrants the original consumer purchaser that the purchased speaker is free from any defects in material or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original retail purchase. If any such defect is discovered within the warr...
Like normal speakers, studio monitors come in both active and passive models, with active models being somewhat more common (at least for those who arent inclined to mess around with watts and ohms and such). One distinct feature of many active Studio Mon...
Q: If we have multiple wireless Performer speakers in three or more areas, can we transmit to each independently or will every speaker pick up what ever is transmitted, all the time. A: If you wish to have different signals in different locations, it sh...
The 3 numbers you refer to (300/600/1200) are actually the RMS/Program/Peak power handling of a speaker (expressed in Watts). The RMS (which is also known as continuous power) value could be described as the power handling of the speaker if a constant sin...
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