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Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package  

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Overview
  • Built-in 100W + 100W stereo power amplifier
  • DFX, 32-bit digital multi-effect processor with 16 programs plus one main parameter control
  • Four balanced Mic/Line channels with inserts
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    $739.97
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    - $459.98
  • Your Price:
    $27999

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An affordable, compact PA system with powered mixer, 10" speakers, microphone, and cables.

This PA system includes the Powerpod 820 powered mixer with 200W stereo power, 4 mic/line mono channels, 2 stereo channels, and onboard 32-bit DFX; and 2 - S710 10" 2-way speakers.

Powerpod 820 Powered Mixer
The Phonic Powerpod 820 is a 200W 12-input powered mixer with two paired stereo inputs and four mono Mic/Line channels each with individual phantom power. The ultra low noise preamps and 75 Hz (18 dB/oct.) low-cut filters ensure high fidelity sound and elimination of unwanted sounds like stage rumble, P-pops, wind noise and low frequency recording studio room resonance. The audio mixer has a 3-band EQ on every channel and onboard DFX, our 32-bit digital effects processor, with 16 preset programs and parameter control give you maximum control over your mix. Two AUX sends per channel and two stereo AUX returns mean that you can combine the Phonic Powerpod 820 with a variety of Signal Processors, other PA equipment, and music gear. Monitoring the mix is easy with the Phonic mixer's dual 10-segment LED level meters and high volume headphone output. The added feature of Mini Stereo I/O makes this mixer perfect for anyone connecting MP3, MD, or computer audio or recording devices. The Powerpod 820 is ideal for project studios, clubs and other applications that demand power in a limited space. It also works great as a keyboard mixer, sub-mixer or monitor desk. Comes with mic, mic cable, and speaker cables.

2 Phonic S710 speakers
The Phonic S710 is a 2-way speaker that gives you more power for your money. Power handling reaches 160W on peak, or 80W on Program. The S710 speaker is a starter unit that features a 10" heavy-duty woofer, and piezo tweeter. Phonic S710 speakers complement the Powerpod 408, or 620 perfectly to form a cost-effective audio solution for FOH application. You can use the Phonic S710 both as a floor monitor or mounted as a raised sound reinforcement speaker.

Features Powerpod 820 Powered Mixer
  • Built-in 100W + 100W stereo power amplifier
  • DFX, 32-bit digital multi-effect processor with 16 programs plus one main parameter control
  • Four balanced Mic/Line channels with inserts
  • Two stereo Line channels
  • 3-band EQ on each channel
  • Global +48V phantom power for mic inputs
  • 75 Hz low-cut filter on mono channels
  • Extra ALT 3-4 stereo bus
  • Two AUX sends per channel
  • Two stereo AUX returns
  • AUX cue allows channels to be independently monitored in stereo
  • Master AUX section with EFX to Monitor
  • Mini stereo and stereo RCA input and output
  • Rec Out with trim control for record level matching
  • Control Room/Phones source matrix
  • High-volume headphone output
  • Comes with mic, mic cable, and speaker cables
2 Phonic S710 speakers
  • Use as a floor monitor or mounted as a raised sound reinforcement speaker
  • 10" heavy-duty woofer and piezo tweeter
  • Built-in handle
  • Dual 1/4" phone jacks

Order this PA equipment today and be ready to perform live.

 

Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package Specifications:

  • Power handling: 160W (Peak); 80W (Program)
  • Frequency response: 65 Hz - 20 kHz
  • High sound pressure level: 96 dB SPL @ 1W / 1M
  • 8 Ohm nominal load
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PhonicPowerpod 820 / S710 PA Package
 
4.1

(based on 15 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (2)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight (7)
  • Compact (5)
  • Good audio (5)
  • Easy to use (4)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Outdoor events / games (5)
    • Performances (5)
    • Amateur recording (4)
    • Home studio (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Experienced (3), Professional musician (3)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    For the price.. It's decent.

    First off. For the price this package is a great deal. Although If you are a professional musician, spend the extra cash and get something else.About the unit itself:This little thing puts...Read complete review

    First off. For the price this package is a great deal. Although If you are a professional musician, spend the extra cash and get something else.About the unit itself:This little thing puts out some pretty good sound. Just don't over load it with by hooking a bunch of instruments through it or expect it to power much more than the speakers it comes with. You are still getting what you pay for. Maybe a bit more than you deserve for this price. The PA mixer effects are pretty good, It has a lot of options for inputs outputs and is very versatile.I am very pleased with the mixer options at this price. It you put some more power behind this it could do great things. The sound isn't perfect but it's very clear, doesn't overheat and seems well made. I turn this thing on for 3-5 hours straight 2-4 times a week at full blast and had no problems with sound or loss of power so far and I've owned it for 4 months. I use it for my personal monitors. I do vocals for a metal band so I crank it. I don't suggest you do that. I'm just giving an example.For the most part I am happy with my purchase. If you are in a jam/garage band and just need a little PA to practice with or you need a little PA to do a speech, an auction sale, or to do karaoke. This is perfect. It even has audio ins to make that possible and quite easy. Just make sure you read the manual for the correct input to hook in certain devices. Some of the labels are confusing because you think it means one thing but the manual says otherwise and it's right.If you want to perform on stage or in an environment where everyone your playing with has pro gear. Racks, stacks, triggers, and pro mics on the drums. I wouldn't recommend it unless your only using it for backup vocals or a monitor system like I am. For a starter musician I give it a 5/5.For an intermediate musician it's a 3/5.For a pro I wouldn't even score it. I'm sure phonic makes stuff for the pros this just isn't it.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    The Good the Bad and the Ugly

    The Good: Value based product. The mixer is of great quality, gets warm but not hot. Does what I need it to do, which is sit in my living room in between...Read complete review

    The Good: Value based product. The mixer is of great quality, gets warm but not hot. Does what I need it to do, which is sit in my living room in between my drums, bass amp and guitar amp. I didn't have much room, so this fit the bill perfectly. Plays clear sound. You can get a nice blend between vocals and Ipod. (I've not tried it with any other musicians playing yet...just got it today)

    The Bad: The manual is about as clear as foggy morning. Admittedly, this is my first mixer, however I've been around a lot of amps. They could have labeled things a little differently and gave more instruction instead of subtle hints at what things do. (Phonic, if you read this...come on, you're almost there) Cables are very thin. I'm not even using them.
    I didn't even try the mic. I've got 2 Shure SM58's, so I figured I'd not bother with what they sent me.

    The Ugly: The 10" speakers do NOT like bass. I had originally planned to get rid of my guitar amp to give me some more space in my living room, however after less than a minute, I know this wasn't happening.
    With only moderate bass mixed on, playing through my Schecter C1 Custom had the little cabs buzzing like crazy. I wasn't to aggressive with the mix and can only attribute it to the cheap speakers.
    If I were to do it over again, I'd probably spring the extra money for the 12". They could probably handle it a little better... unless I just got a bum pair, which is totally possible.
    The only saving point is, this doesn't happen to me while singing or playing the Ipod through them. Only the low E string seems to bring it out. (if you are thinking of mixing a bass guitar through this... don't even consider it)

    In closing, I would recommend the product for a small nitch. That nitch would be a small, non-metal 3 piece band, each of them having their own amps. Or someone like myself, that likes to entertain themselves by singing along amplified with an Ipod, or friends that come over to jam. It would most likely work well to do some recording with, if you weren't using the speakers and only using the record out to a laptop or handheld and monitors for sound.
    Pretty good features for the price
    820 unit itself seems to be of excellent quality. However since this is a review on the package, the speakers themselves are...meh, at best.
    Good value, if you aren't expecting to do any shows bigger than a coffee house type setting. Do yourself a favor and either spend the extra money for the 12 or 15" speaker package. If you can't afford it, just don't go bass heavy with the 10" and you should be okay.

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    5.0

    Good Deal

    By Fiddlerlu

    from Pocatello, ID

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

      I use this system as a keyboard amp. I run 2 keyboards, a mandolin, and fiddle through this system. 100+100 amps can be obtained by running 4 ohms, which I do by adding a couple of 12" cabs. I also use this little system for a duo I do, where the volume has to stay low. Great system and a great price.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Good Things Can Come In Small Packages

      By The Jayster

      from Boise, ID

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

        I used this S710 Speaker package for practicing on my Kurzweil PC88 keyboard ... It's a great little system for bringing out good sound ... With the PowerPod 820 is a dandy little thing too! While I have a much bigger JBL system for large venue use, this little system can do a lot. I looked for a small speaker system in pawn shops and other places, and for the money, with the PowerPod, you can't beat it! Sound systems can be very spendy out there, and you never know what you're going to get with a "used" system, with no guarantees. Buy this little system, you will not regret it. Now, if you want to be rockers, and blast your music with your band, then go to 15" speakers. You can also use this little guy for monitors. It's a win win situation for many types of small gigs ...

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        4.0

        Good Small Package

        By Grinch2k

        from Delight,AR

        About Me Novice

        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Compact
        • Lightweight

        Cons

        • Sparse Instructions

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events

        Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

        Just getting started setting up for home recording and setting up for small events, and there's alot I don't know yet. The user's manual describes very briefly what everything does on the mixer, but if you're expecting specifics on when to use a direct box, powered speakers instead of non-powered, or other little tidbits that can prevent damage to the mixer, prepare to be disappointed. Maybe my expectations were too high...

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        5.0

        Powerpod 820 / s710 Package

        By paverza

        from Balsam, NC

        About Me Experienced

        Ask me a question

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Easy To Use
        • Lightweight
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Poor Sound Quality

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Mobile DJ
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

        I'm a DJ/KJ. I use this equipment as a backup for a more powerful equipment that I use for weddings and small venues. I notice that the speakers are not powerful enough for a big event but for small venues is more than enough.
        I also do PA rental and the "tap delay" function is one of the features that all the musicians like. You can repeat a series by taping a button on the mixer which is really simple to use and economic. The speakers are small but well manufacture. The bass can be a little weak but very good for small parties and gatherings. They feet in regular 3/8" tripods or you can lay them down as monitors. The mixer is really portable as well as the speakers. You can put this stuff on the trunk of your vehicle pretty easy.

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        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY!!!!!!!!!

        By Smidge

        from Spring Creek NV

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Lightweight

        Cons

        • Poor Sound Quality
        • Unreliable

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording

        Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

        I have spoken to a representative 3 times under the name(Rick Martin) regarding warranty replacement of my PHONIC POWERPOD 820. Each time I have contacted the customer service department I have been told I would recieve a response within 48-72 hours. I originally called and emailed on 4-8-13, then again on 4-18-2013, and lastly on 4-23-2013. I have not been contacted in anyway regarding my issue. I am tired of explaining to "Rick Martin" what my issue is. I have submitted my email regarding the problem along with a copy of my original receipt. My Phonic PowerPod 820 worked for 4 months flawlessly. It is in prestine condition and was well cared for in my music studio. Then one day I attempted to use my mixer and turned on the power switch as usual, it illuminated and powered on then immediately shut off. NOW when I turn it on It powers on then immediately shuts off. The fuse is not blown and like I said it is in prestine condition. I am very dissatisfied not only with my product, but the costumer service. At this point I will never do bussiness with Phonic again and will not recommend any of its products to anyone. Very dissapointed.

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        pa system rocks

        By rev bobby

        from hepzibah, wv

        About Me Novice

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Easy To Use
        • Lightweight
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Events
          • Performances

          Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

          Got this for outdoor church events works very well.. shipping was fast and price was great

          Comment on this review

          (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Junk

          By Sandsman

          from Kentucky

          About Me Professional Musician

          Pros

            Cons

            • No Power
            • Not durable

            Best Uses

              Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

              This unit had a good clear sound and was semi user friendly the brief time I was able to use it. At first, the power would go off after about 2 - 3 minutes of use and would fire back up after turning off and back on. Eventually progressed to not even powering up at all. Changed the fuse to no avail. Unfortunately we had waited past the warranty period to use this unit and MF offered no support nor advice other than contacting Phonic.

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              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Very Nice PA

              By Contingency

              from Florida

              About Me Experienced

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Clear Sound
              • Compact
              • Durable
              • Easy To Use
              • Lightweight
              • Versatile

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Amateur Recording
                • Events
                • Home Studio
                • Performances

                Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

                The Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package is a very good value. I have used it for shows with my band, and we are about to use it for recording. The only thing I don't like is that you have to read the manuals. READ THE MANUALS! They tell you everything about the individual pieces! Other than that, we love it! We are going to use it at 2 more small festivals this year!

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                (8 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                2.0

                The Good the Bad and the Ugly

                By Jaymz-4Ct_H

                from In a house that needs a bigger living room, or finished basement

                Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

                The Good: Value based product. The mixer is of great quality, gets warm but not hot. Does what I need it to do, which is sit in my living room in between my drums, bass amp and guitar amp. I didn't have much room, so this fit the bill perfectly. Plays clear sound. You can get a nice blend between vocals and Ipod. (I've not tried it with any other musicians playing yet...just got it today)

                The Bad: The manual is about as clear as foggy morning. Admittedly, this is my first mixer, however I've been around a lot of amps. They could have labeled things a little differently and gave more instruction instead of subtle hints at what things do. (Phonic, if you read this...come on, you're almost there) Cables are very thin. I'm not even using them.
                I didn't even try the mic. I've got 2 Shure SM58's, so I figured I'd not bother with what they sent me.

                The Ugly: The 10" speakers do NOT like bass. I had originally planned to get rid of my guitar amp to give me some more space in my living room, however after less than a minute, I know this wasn't happening.
                With only moderate bass mixed on, playing through my Schecter C1 Custom had the little cabs buzzing like crazy. I wasn't to aggressive with the mix and can only attribute it to the cheap speakers.
                If I were to do it over again, I'd probably spring the extra money for the 12". They could probably handle it a little better... unless I just got a bum pair, which is totally possible.
                The only saving point is, this doesn't happen to me while singing or playing the Ipod through them. Only the low E string seems to bring it out. (if you are thinking of mixing a bass guitar through this... don't even consider it)

                In closing, I would recommend the product for a small nitch. That nitch would be a small, non-metal 3 piece band, each of them having their own amps. Or someone like myself, that likes to entertain themselves by singing along amplified with an Ipod, or friends that come over to jam. It would most likely work well to do some recording with, if you weren't using the speakers and only using the record out to a laptop or handheld and monitors for sound.
                Pretty good features for the price
                820 unit itself seems to be of excellent quality. However since this is a review on the package, the speakers themselves are...meh, at best.
                Good value, if you aren't expecting to do any shows bigger than a coffee house type setting. Do yourself a favor and either spend the extra money for the 12 or 15" speaker package. If you can't afford it, just don't go bass heavy with the 10" and you should be okay.

                Comment on this review

                (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Power Pod 820

                By JLS

                from Haughton, LA

                Comments about Phonic Powerpod 820 / S710 PA Package:

                I have had the system for almost a year and am very pleased with the product. I do several shows each month and it has never failed me. Good quality for the cost. I would recommend this product.

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