Phonic unveiled the Powerpod powered mixers at the Winter NAMM show with one-touch feedback eliminator and SD Card recorder/player.
The Powerpod SF mixers come with onboard one-touch feedback silencer designed to “intelligently search and destroy feedback.”
Each of the Powerpod SF mixers incorporates a total of 12 feedback eliminating filters; eight set to seek out and lock onto feedback frequencies, while another four dynamically seek and destroy feedback.
Phonic also added a recording and playback device to the new Powerpod SF series. Normally, users would have to connect an external device to the RCA outputs or another line-level output to record your gigs. Phonic eliminates the need for any external devices with an SD card reader/writer included on the face on the mixer, the company says.
With the Phonic’s SD card recorder, users’ entire rehearsal or gig can be recorded and played back at a later date, or transferred to your computer and burnt onto CD.
Viewers of this article also read...
- [MUSIKMESSE] JBL M20 JBL adds the M20, a dual 10" stage monitor, to its VTX M Series.
- [MUSIKMESSE] JBL EON One JBL introduces EON One, a new portable, all-in-one PA system.
- [MUSIKMESSE] Korg Stageman 80 Korg presents the Stageman 80, a sort of mix between a guitar amp, a portable PA system and a groovebox.