POWERPOD 410R
POWERPOD 410
POWERPOD 410R
User's Manual
Manual del Usuario
English
POWERPOD 410
POWERPOD 410R
Español
POWERED MIXER
MEZCLADORA AMPLIFICADA
ENGLISH.....................................................I
ESPAÑOL....................................................II
APPENDIX.............................................III
V1.2 07/08/2013
English
USER'S MANUAL
CONTENTS
FEATURES...........................................................................1
GETTING STARTED...........................................................1
CHANNEL STRIP DESCRIPTION.......................................1
MASTER SECTION DESCRIPTION................................................1
USB RECORDER DESCRIPTION.......................................2
REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION .......................................... 2
SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................3
APPENDIX
APPLICATIONS................................................................1
DIMENSIONS......................................................................3
BLOCK DIAGRAMS..................................................................4
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document without prior notice
Español
INTRODUCTION....................................................................1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects
with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus. The MAINS plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall
remain readily operable.
Warning: the user shall not place this apparatus in the
can be easily accessible.
area during the operation so that the mains switch
1. Read these instructions before operating this
apparatus.
CAUTION
2. Keep these instructions for future reference.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
3. Heed all warnings to ensure safe operation.
4. Follow all instructions provided in this document.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water or in locations
where condensation may occur.
6. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not use aerosol or liquid
cleaners. Unplug this apparatus before cleaning.
7. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install
in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If
the provided plug does not into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plug, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories
manufacturer.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
or electric shock, do
not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance
may result in
of procedures other than those
hazardous radiation exposure.
by the
12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
by the manufacturer, or sold with
table
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tipover.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lighting
storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
Protective earthing terminal. The apparatus should
be connected to a mains socket outlet with a
protective earthing connection.
WARNING: The terminals marked with symbol of “ ” may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock. The external wiring connected to the terminals
requires installation by a qualified person or the use of
ready-made leads or cords.
service personnel.
14. Refer all servicing to
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
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POWERPOD 410 / POWERPOD 410R
INTRODUCTION
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English
Congratulations on your purchase of the Phonic Powerpod
410/Powerpod 410R Powered Mixer. The Powerpod 410/Powerpod 410R is built into a rugged wooden cabinet for heavy-duty
use. In order to get the best performance from your Powerpod
410/Powerpod 410R, please read all of this safety and operation
manual before operating the mixers and keep the manual for
future reference.
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FEATURES
 4 mono input channels for a wide range of Microphone and
Line level signals from separate input sockets
 Built-in 200 Watt power amplifier
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 Built-in Digital Delay
3. LEVEL CONTROL
The Level Control determines the proportion of the channel signal in the mix, and provides a clear visual indication of channel
 Super musical 2-band EQ at mono channels
level.
 Record out
4. MIC & LINE INPUT
The MIC input accepts XLR phone jack while the LINE input
accepts a 1/4” type phone jack. Please use a low impedance
microphone and a properly wired cable for best results. You can
only use one of the two connectors at the same time.
 Class D circuitry on built-in amplifier
 Tape in with level control
GETTING STARTED
1. Before turning on the power, set the Master output control to
the off position.
5. EFFECT
This knob decides the signal level which will be sent to the built-in
digital delay effect control.
2. Always turn the power off before connecting or disconnecting
cables.
3. Cleck the AC Voltage before connecting the AC plug.
4. Do not obstruct the back panel at all for proper ventilation.
CHANNEL STRIP DESCRIPTION
1. LOW EQ
The control has shelving response giving 15dB of boost or cut
at 80Hz. Add warmth to vocals or extra punch to guitars, drums
and synths by turning to the right. Turn to the left to reduce stage
rumble, hum or to improve a mushy sound.
2. HIGH EQ
Turn to the right to boost high frequencies, adding crispness to
percussion from drum machines, cymbals and synths. Turn to the
left to cut these frequencies, reducing sibilance or hiss. The control
has a shelving response giving 15dB of boost or cut at 12kHz.
MASTER SECTION DESCRIPTION
6. DIGITAL DELAY
The signal from the input channels, processed by the built-in digital
delay will feed to the master output. There are three knobs here
to control the effect of digital delay.
TIME - This knob adjusts the internal time of the delays; turn to the
right to increase the interval time between two delays.
REPEAT - To increase the rate of the delays, turn this knob to the
right. You will hear the signal repeat at a faster rate.
7. POWER INDICATOR
When the power switch at the rear panel is turned on, this indicator
will illumnate so the user may be aware of it.
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8. TAPE IN CONTROL
This knob adjusts the level of signal from the Tape In to the Main
bus.
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9. MASTER CONTROL
This adjusts the final level of the Main bus. It controls the Main
bus signal which is output to the speakers.
10. TAPE IN AND REC OUT
The TAPE IN sockets allow cassette recorders or CD players to
be added to the Main output. The RECORD OUTPUT, with RCA
phono sockets, provides signal output to a cassette deck and
home audio equipment. The nominal output level and impedance
are -10dBV/600ohms.
13. PLAY BUTTON
Push this button to start and stop playback and recording of the
currently displayed track. Starting a track after it is paused will
resume the track from the point at which it was paused (in both
record and playback mode). When in recording mode, push and
hold this button to finalize recordings.
14. BACK/NEXT BUTTONS
Pushing these buttons will allow users to skip back and forwards
between tracks. When the menu is activated, these buttons are
used to scroll through on screen options.
15. STOP/MENU BUTTON
Push this button to stop playback or recording when applicable.
Push and hold the button to access the USB recorder/player’s
main menu.
REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION
16 POWER SWITCH
This switches the powered mixer on and off. While turn it on, the
power on blue LED indicator will light up on the master section
of front panel.
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USB RECORDER DESCRIPTION
The USB Recorder’s source signal is taken directly from each
individual input channel. While the recordings are indeed in stereo,
they are also limited by the Powerpod 410R’s circuitry, which is
mono rather than stereo. When playing back a signal, the signal
will pass through the USB In control and then is sent directly to
the main mix. Playback of WAV, WMA and MP3 with bit rates of
up to 320 kbit/s is possible.
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17. SPEAKER OUTPUT JACKS
Speakers can be connected to these sockets, two speakers can
be connected to the powered mixer. When using 2 speakers at the
same time, use 8~16 ohms speakers. When using one speaker
only, use a 4~8 ohms speaker. The total minimum required load
is 4 ohms. If the total load is less than 4 ohms, it may damage
this powered mixer.
18. MAIN OUT / AMP IN
This unbalanced insert point is a break between the main out and
built-in amplifier to allow the main output to be sent to an external
signal processor or power amplifier. The insert is a 1/4’ phone jack
socket which is normally bypassed. When a jack is inserted, the
signal path is broken.
The main output signal appears on the TIP of the plug and the
external signal is returned on the RING. A “Y” lead may be
required to connect to equipment with separate send and return
jacks as shown below:
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11. DISPLAY
This display will display the track number currently being played.
It also offers play, pause and record indicators as well as the
current play/record time.
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12. USB PORT
Connect your USB flash drive to this input. Once a drive is
connected, the files will initiate and the main menu will appear
on screen. Users are advised to format their USB memory sticks
with the FAT-32 file system.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Powerpod 410 R
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1
8Ω
130
130
4Ω
200
200
Balanced Mono Mic/Line Channels
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4
2T Input
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1
English
Powerpod 410
POWER AMP, output power in watts
Number of Power Channels
Inputs
Outputs
Main Out
TRS, unbal.
TRS, unbal.
Channel Strips
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4
Volume Controls
Rotary
Rotary
Master
Master
Digital Delay (2ms-150ms)
Digital Delay (2ms-150ms)
Master Section
Rotary Fader
Built-in Digital Effect
Noise (20Hz to 20KHz bandwidth, line inputs to master output)
Master Output, all faders down
-86dBu
-86dBu
Power Amp Output, all faders down
-55dBu
-55dBu
@100 watts, 4Ω <0.2%
@100 watts, 4Ω <0.2%
THD
Power Output, 20Hz to 20KHz
Crosstalk (1KHz @ 0dBu, 20Hz to 20KHz bandwidth, channel in to master output)
Channel fader down
<-63dB
<-63dB
20Hz ~ 20KHz, line level o/p @ +4dBu
into 600Ω
+1/-3dB
+1/-3dB
20Hz ~ 20KHz, power amp o/p 1 watt into 8Ω
+1/-3dB
+1/-3dB
Mic/Line
-50dBu/-35dBu
-50dBu/-35dBu
Tape in
-6dBu
-6dBu
2-band, ±15dB
2-band, ±15dB
80Hz
80Hz
12KHz
12KHz
<-122dBm
<-122dBm
Frequency Response (Mic input to output)
Sensitivity @ Mixer Output +4dBu
Channel Equalization
Low EQ
Hi EQ
Microphone Preamp E.I.N.
(150 ohms terminated, max. gain)
USB Recording/Playback
Recording Format
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wav
Maximum Playback Bitrate
-
320 kbit/second
Power Consumption
110 watts
110 watts
Power Requirements
100-120, 220-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
100-120, 220-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
Dimensions (WxHxD)
440 x 136 x 214 mm
(17.32”x5.35”x8.42”)
440 x 136 x 214 mm
(17.32”x5.35”x8.42”)
7.2 kg (15.86 lbs)
7.2 kg (15.86 lbs)
Weight
POWERPOD 410 / POWERPOD 410R
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SERVICE AND REPAIR
English
For replacement parts, service and repairs please contact the Phonic distributor in your
country. Phonic does not release service manuals to consumers, and advice users to not
attempt any self repairs, as doing so voids all warranties. You can locate a dealer near you at
http://www.phonic.com/where/.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Phonic stands behind every product we make with a no-hassles warranty. Warranty coverage
may be extended, depending on your region. Phonic Corporation warrants this product for a
minimum of one year from the original date of purchase against defects in material and
workmanship under use as instructed by the user’s manual. Phonic, at its option, shall repair
or replace the defective unit covered by this warranty. Please retain the dated sales receipt as
evidence of the date of purchase. You will need it for any warranty service. No returns or repairs
will be accepted without a proper RMA number (return merchandise authorization). In order to
keep this warranty in effect, the product must have been handled and used as prescribed in the
instructions accompanying this warranty. Any tampering of the product or attempts of self repair
voids all warranty. This warranty does not cover any damage due to accident, misuse, abuse,
or negligence. This warranty is valid only if the product was purchased new from an authorized
Phonic dealer/distributor. For complete warranty policy information, please visit
http://www.phonic.com/warranty/.
CUSTOMER SERVICE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
We encourage you to visit our online help at http://www.phonic.com/support/. There you can find
answers to frequently asked questions, tech tips, driver downloads, returns instruction and other
helpful information. We make every effort to answer your questions within one business day.
support@phonic.com
http://www.phonic.com
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APPLICATION
APLICACIÓN
Appendix
GENERAL APPLICATION
APLICACIÓN GENERAL
ALTAVOCES
FRONT OF HOUSE SPEAKERS
ALTAVOCES DE FRONT OF HOUSE
Apéndice
MIC DE VOCAL
REPRODUCTOR DE DVD/CD CASSETTE DE AUDIO
GUITARRA
TECLADO, SINTETIZADOR, SAMPLER
FUENTES DE NIVEL DE MIC
POWERPOD 410 / POWERPOD 410R
FUENTE DE NIVEL DE LINEA
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LIVE BAND WITH ADDITIONAL AMPLIFIER
BANDA EN VIVO CON AMPLIFICADOR ADICIONAL
Appendix
IZQ
DER
ALTAVOCES
Apéndice
ALTAVOCES PARA FUENTE
DEL PROGRAMA EXTERNO
AMP DE POTENCIA
FUENTE DE PROGRAMA EXTERNO
EQ GRAFICO
MIC DE VOCAL
CASSETTE DE AUDIO
GUITARRA
TECLADO, SINTETIZADOR, SAMPLER
AMP de Bass
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FUENTES DE NIVEL DE MIC
Guitarra Bass
FUENTES DE NIVEL DE LINEA
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DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONES
Appendix
440/17.323
Apéndice
214/8.42
145/57.0
214/8.42
125/49.2
440/17.323
measurements are shown in mm/inches
Todas las medidas están mostradas en mm/pulgadas.
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
DIAGRAMA DE BLOQUE
Appendix
POWERPOD 410
Apéndice
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POWERPOD 410 / POWERPOD 410R
LINE IN
MIC IN
1
2
3
HA
HA
LEVEL
-
CH2-4 AS SAME AS CH1
-
+
CH_1
LOW
EQ
HIGH
EFFECT
TAPE/USB
TIME
REPEAT
DIGITAL
DELAY
MASTER
LEVEL
USB/MP3
PLAYEY
AMP/IN
MASTR/OUT
TAPE2 IN
TAPE1 IN
REC2 OUT
REC1 OUT
AMP.
Apéndice
POWERPOD 410 / POWERPOD 410R
SPEKAER OUT
Appendix
POWERPOD 410R
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