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Phonic Powerpack 620
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Live Sound Package from Phonic belonging to the Powerpack series.

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  • darth_mooldarth_mool

    Phonic Powerpack 620Published on 06/27/06 at 03:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hi, I just bought this package (which it prenome dailleurs powerpack 640 daprs the photo) to be able to amplify my cajon on stage, story we hear a little more and j'vite m ' cot aracher the hands of my bass player who plays on a Mark Bass 500W !! , Lol.

    But there is no instruction in French and the phonic site, not found either !! sniff
    Could someone explain to me how to do the different connections. Facade / facade; Facade / return; Return / Back ... OR do quelq'un has a manual in ENGLISH, THANK YOU !!!
  • bastien_deadendbastien_deadend

    Phonic Powerpack 620Published on 09/09/05 at 01:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - I use it for a year in rehearsal and on stage
    - What I like most is the ALL IN ONE side of the mixer and the ease he has shown. Also big advantage: the robustness of the machine which, despite sometimes quite hectic travel has not a single scratch or damaged piece of carpet.
    - I also tried a Yamaha sound system and it was far too complex for me who knew nothing about mixing console, with the PHONIC a boy of 10 years would come to connect a microphone and make an impact on it.
    - Most excellent value for money! 500 euros for the material was sufficient to reach agreement, repeating, in addition to the two main outputs There's also returns two outputs independently manageable, it is th…
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    - I use it for a year in rehearsal and on stage
    - What I like most is the ALL IN ONE side of the mixer and the ease he has shown. Also big advantage: the robustness of the machine which, despite sometimes quite hectic travel has not a single scratch or damaged piece of carpet.
    - I also tried a Yamaha sound system and it was far too complex for me who knew nothing about mixing console, with the PHONIC a boy of 10 years would come to connect a microphone and make an impact on it.
    - Most excellent value for money! 500 euros for the material was sufficient to reach agreement, repeating, in addition to the two main outputs There's also returns two outputs independently manageable, it is the best!! I plugged in two other small speakers on returns and Hop, the whole group heard me nikel. And on stage he can also be heard
    - I referrer this choice without hesitation: D
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  • SinsifSinsif

    Phonic Powerpack 620Published on 02/19/06 at 08:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this equipment for 1 year
    this pack is easy to use, can compact and powerful
    It is the only model I tried but I'm not disappointed
    The price is reasonable for the quality of the product, level and quality finishes
    It is a material that I advise all those who want a sound for a band
    (In my group is a branch dessu guitar, bass and microphone, and nickel is no saturation of sound)
  • graograo

    Phonic Powerpack 620Published on 07/29/06 at 07:28
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    I use it for a year and a half of the voice level is above average power, and finally to the stage in becaufe it going again. With a compressor is already much better but it's not the top either. At the sound is okay but without the price will have to quibble 450 euros we will not ask for his Soundcraft DAS + eh ....
  • Anonymous

    Phonic Powerpack 620Published on 09/13/06 at 10:31
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    I used once in concert GISE back, I would not use it TWICE.
    there's not much I like this little sound system, the cot petetre practice of these pregnant are subjec to position itself as a return to the mixer can be repeated his help. the graphic eq for your anything I must admit, if it has a non parametric eq on the bass and treble, which is a bit better now, no output volume control on each slice, just gain .. .
    this model before so I was trying ur pregnant lem, gemnini, subwoofer and satellite celestion, yamaha, hk audio, power works ...
    I consider value for money Not very good, even on the net in neighboring music store for some more was better now ... 3
    Personal I would never bu…
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    I used once in concert GISE back, I would not use it TWICE.
    there's not much I like this little sound system, the cot petetre practice of these pregnant are subjec to position itself as a return to the mixer can be repeated his help. the graphic eq for your anything I must admit, if it has a non parametric eq on the bass and treble, which is a bit better now, no output volume control on each slice, just gain .. .
    this model before so I was trying ur pregnant lem, gemnini, subwoofer and satellite celestion, yamaha, hk audio, power works ...
    I consider value for money Not very good, even on the net in neighboring music store for some more was better now ... 3
    Personal I would never buy this sound system ...
    it grill for the balance of a concert ons used it as a return to the battery
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