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Phonic Powerpod 740 Plus/SEM715 PA System   

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The Powerpod 740 Plus / SEM715 PA System includes the Phonic Powerpod 740 Plus 440W 7-Channel Powered Mixer with DFX and the Phonic SEM 715 - 15" 2-Way PA Speaker. Includes 2 - 20' speaker cables and dynamic mic with cable.

Phonic Powerpod 740 Plus Mixer

An updated version of their popular 740 powered mixer, Phonic's Powerpod 740 Plus features dual 7-band graphic EQ, 16 high-definition digital effects, mini stereo and stereo RCA I/O with trim control for digital media, rumble filters and phantom power supply, switchable mains power between 115VAC and 230VAC, and less weight achieved by switching power supply.

The Phonic 740 powered mixer is housed in a compact and durable molded cabinet. Each Powerpod Plus has a built-in stereo amplifier which is bridgeable and power can be directed to select outputs. Super Hi-Z inputs allow for the addition of guitars and other instruments. The mixer features onboard DFX, Phonic's 24-bit digital effects processors with 16 preset programs. The 3-band EQ on every channel and dual multi-band graphic EQ with selectable In/Out switches give you maximum control over your mix. The added feature of Mini Stereo I/O make this Phonic audio mixer is perfect for anyone connecting MP3, MD, computer audio or recording devices.

Phonic SEM 715 2-Way PA Speaker

The 2-way SEM 715 PA Speaker lets you amplify your sound on a budget. It features a heavy-duty 15" woofer and a Piezo tweeter. It doubles as either a floor monitor or pole mounted front speaker. Handles 200W RMS. Puts out up to 98dB of sound level.

FEATURES
  • Phonic Powerpod 740 Plus Mixer
  • 220W + 220W / 4 ohm stereo power amplifier for Main L/R or Main/Monitor (Bridge mono, 440W / 8 ohm)
  • 24-bit digital multi-effect processor with 16 programs plus foot switch jacks
  • Seven balanced mic inputs
  • 10 Line inputs
  • Two super Hi-Z inputs optimized for direct instrument input
  • 3-band channel EQ
  • Dual 7-band graphic equalizers with In/Out switches for Main L/R or Main/Monitor
  • Rumble filters for Mic inputs
  • Pad control on channels 1-4
  • One AUX input
  • Monitor and effect sends on each input channel
  • Mini Stereo I/O for digital media
  • +48V phantom power
  • Two built-in limiters
  • Rec out with trim control for record level matching
  • Mains power switchable between 115 VAC and 230 VAC
  • Phonic SEM 715 2-Way PA Speaker
  • Doubles as a floor monitor or mounted speaker
  • 15" heavy-duty woofer and Piezo tweeter
  • Built-in handle
  • 35 mm stand adapter
  • Dual 1/4" phone jacks
SPECIFICATIONS

Powerpod 740 Plus/SEM715 PA System

  • Phonic Powerpod 740 Plus Mixer
    Dimensions: 1.18' x 1.28' x 1.84'
    Weight: 27.8 lbs.

    Phonic SEM 715 2-Way PA Speaker
    Power handling: 600W peak, 400W program), 200W RMS
    Frequency response: 50Hz - 20kHz
    SPL (@ 1W / 1M): 98dB
    Load: 8-ohm nominal
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4.6

(based on 18 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

excellent PA to lug

This is a very good portable PA system - nothing compares at the price! We?re happy with the Phonic 740 Plus system for a modest and ?portable? PA for clubs, weddings,...Read complete review

This is a very good portable PA system - nothing compares at the price! We?re happy with the Phonic 740 Plus system for a modest and ?portable? PA for clubs, weddings, etc., where we lug in our own system - larger venues provide the PA system and we just plug in. Power levels were good for guitar & vocal duo at 3 clubs, 2 smaller outdoor venues, and one large wedding. Sound was clear, easy to control, no real feedback issues - recommend with Behringer?s hot XM8500 mics. The included Phonic UM-99 mic and 2 speaker cables weren?t bad. Power was barely adequate for a 5-piece alt/rock & country/rock band at an outdoor tent gig, but pressed the clarity to the limit and used all channels (no bass, drummer fed his own mix). Even pushing it, the 2 fans and massive heat sink kept it cool. Seems more durable than other budget powered mixers, switches 115-230VAC power for my EU friends. We?ll see ahead on its road-worthiness. The Phonic 740 Plus may be improved with separate pan for stereo on each channel to mix distinct main1 & main2 amps/eqs/effects; monitor feeds don?t go through effects, but you can mix in main feeds to get some effects. Many plus comments by critical jazzers on the clarity of acoustic guitar (K & K Pure Western pickup), vocals & winds on mics, jazz arches had fewer feedback issues, and acoustic bass sounded sweet through this mixer and speakers. Second, the Phonic SEM 715 speakers are the real surprise in this package! Light weight (30 lbs each?), plywood cabinetry, solid 15" speakers and design really worked (even the oversized piezos!), but I wouldn?t push the pair to the 400rms rating. Jazz arch guitars sounded particularly nice. We liked lugging the lighter weight plywood compared with other inexpensive speaker boxes. And the plywood seemed to add to their clear sound and limited (bass) feedback.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

it's okayish....

i have a huge pa... consisting of 2 peavey towers two peavey pr15s and 4 peavey prsubs.. and 5 kustom mons.. that's alot of stuff to lug around for...Read complete review

i have a huge pa... consisting of 2 peavey towers two peavey pr15s and 4 peavey prsubs.. and 5 kustom mons.. that's alot of stuff to lug around for practice.... well we got a new singer and he had this system... it worked great when he just ran it at 8ohms, with the phonic speakers but when we hooked up a monitor, for the drummer, to each phonic,making it 4ohms and about 300 watts., the amp repeatly turned off.... so it may say it's rated for 4 ohms but it's not... beware.....on the other hand the phonic speakers that come with the system are worth it.. they do sound really nice for the money so if you need a practice pa this is a nice cheap one to get ....

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5.0

Sweet PA

By Sustain13

from Atlanta, Ga

I bought this pa for practice and small outdoor shows and it does awesome. I run an acoustic and vocals through it and it plays with 2 electric, bass, and drums. I replaced the speaker cables with some Monster cables to get rid of a slight buzz and a new mic with less feedback and this pa is amazing.

 
5.0

Great Startup Rig

By DJ Daddy Co-kNhsA

from Gladewater, TX

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I bought this because I was too cheap to hire a DJ for my wedding and decided to do it myself. I was so impressed with the unit and got tons of compliments on the sound. I DJ'd 2 more weddings after mine and paid for the system.

 
5.0

perfect PA for a rock band

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

before i bought this i was worried it would int be loud enough. but i ordered it anyways. i am so glad i did it works great for my 5 piece rock band. has a ton of power and no feedback i love it great buy!

 
5.0

Excellent Buy!

By Acgwipeout

from New York

It's a great piece of hardware. If you're thinking about buying it, just buy it, you won't go wrong. I needed a PA for my piano, because the speakers were going on it. Also for vocals and guitar at live shows. The price is what drew me to this monster, because i'm cheap. I wasn't expecting the speakers to be so big, but oddly enough very light. I use it for practice, and my home studio. I turn it up less then half way and i'm already going deaf. My suggestion is to also buy a sub. The bass is o.k. but not awesome. If you want awesome you need a sub, luckily I had an old car sub in my garage. I hooked it up, and this system literally is the balls! I run mic'd guitar amp, vocals, piano, drum machine through it. It has plenty of power for everything. I'm very satisfied.

 
3.0

Nice system when it works

By drbendova

from Omaha, NE

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This is a nice inexpensive system when it works. It lasted about 6 months before it broke down. Repairs were covered under the warranty but it costs a fortune to ship. It came back from the shop working fine and then broke down in another 3 months. ( I don't use it very much) It is broken again and has to go in for repairs. It would have been more cost effective to use the money spent on shipping to buy a better quality PA system like a Yamaha. Also the website doesn't work reliably so arranging for a repair is an aggravating pain.

 
5.0

excellent PA to lug

By chill cat

from Boone, NC

This is a very good portable PA system - nothing compares at the price! We?re happy with the Phonic 740 Plus system for a modest and ?portable? PA for clubs, weddings, etc., where we lug in our own system - larger venues provide the PA system and we just plug in. Power levels were good for guitar & vocal duo at 3 clubs, 2 smaller outdoor venues, and one large wedding. Sound was clear, easy to control, no real feedback issues - recommend with Behringer?s hot XM8500 mics. The included Phonic UM-99 mic and 2 speaker cables weren?t bad. Power was barely adequate for a 5-piece alt/rock & country/rock band at an outdoor tent gig, but pressed the clarity to the limit and used all channels (no bass, drummer fed his own mix). Even pushing it, the 2 fans and massive heat sink kept it cool. Seems more durable than other budget powered mixers, switches 115-230VAC power for my EU friends. We?ll see ahead on its road-worthiness. The Phonic 740 Plus may be improved with separate pan for stereo on each channel to mix distinct main1 & main2 amps/eqs/effects; monitor feeds don?t go through effects, but you can mix in main feeds to get some effects. Many plus comments by critical jazzers on the clarity of acoustic guitar (K & K Pure Western pickup), vocals & winds on mics, jazz arches had fewer feedback issues, and acoustic bass sounded sweet through this mixer and speakers. Second, the Phonic SEM 715 speakers are the real surprise in this package! Light weight (30 lbs each?), plywood cabinetry, solid 15" speakers and design really worked (even the oversized piezos!), but I wouldn?t push the pair to the 400rms rating. Jazz arch guitars sounded particularly nice. We liked lugging the lighter weight plywood compared with other inexpensive speaker boxes. And the plywood seemed to add to their clear sound and limited (bass) feedback.

 
5.0

A lot of Bang for the Buck

By Jeff D.

from Hays, KS

If you're looking for a great little PA, this is the one. I bought it to use with my electronic drums and to be able to use the speakers for monitors for some of our bigger gigs. This is great for me because I have a mic, drums and an mp3 player all hooked up and great for practicing by myself or to be used a small PA for small venues. Sounds GREAT and very affordable.

 
5.0

Good Product

By bluegrassboogie

from Lawrenceburg, Kentucky

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We have a small acoustic Bluegrass Band that plays mostly small venues. Don't let the price of this PA System fool you. It packs plenty of punch. Takes everything we throw at it and still has plenty left over. We mic everything through it including upright bass. The wedge speakers are a real plus we turn one for monitor and shoot it to where the audience can hear it too. Haven't had any feed back problems either.

 
5.0

Best for the price

By Projectplayer22

from Granby, Ma

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This is a great pa! the mixer in my opinion is nothing short of fantastic. the monitors are interchangeable and can be speakers as well which is a beautiful feature. as one of the other reviews was talking about it really surprised me how big the speakers are. this think can crank. if your thinking about it, do it. it's all you will ever need.

 
5.0

awesome value

By phonicpower

from Gower, missouri

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I bought this system a few months ago and all I have to say is WOW! I actually bought it for the speakers and was going to get a more powerfull amp and run it off my behringer mixer, but after using it a few times at school, I realized this system is good for most small-medium gigs. I have used it at a dance at school and if filled our fairly large gym well. I also used this system to run sound in at all school play, and it performed amazingly. I would definately recomend this to anyone. The speakers sound great right out of the box, but really thump the low end once broken in. This system rivals that of behringer and yamaha, at a fraction of the price!

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