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POWERPOD 1860
POWERPOD K-12
POWERPOD K-16
POWERED MIXER
PLUS
PLUS
PLUS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled 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 confined area during the operation so that the mains switch
can be easily accessible.
1. Read these instructions before operating this
apparatus.
2. Keep these instructions for future reference.
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
amplifiers) that produce heat.
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 fit 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 specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
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.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
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.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
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 fire or electric shock, do
not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
POWERPOD 1860
POWERPOD K-12
POWERPOD K-16
PLUS
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Powered Mixer
INTRODUCTION..................................................................................4
FEATURES...........................................................................................4
BASIC SETUP......................................................................................5
Getting Started................................................................................................5
Channel Setup.................................................................................................5
Optional Rack Mounting.................................................................................6
The Protective Molded Cover.........................................................................7
MAKING CONNECTIONS...................................................................8
Channel Inputs................................................................................................8
Master Section................................................................................................8
Rear Panel.......................................................................................................9
CONTROLS AND SETTINGS............................................................10
Channel Controls..........................................................................................10
Digital Effect Processor................................................................................11
Master Section...............................................................................................12
APPLICATIONS..................................................................................15
Live Application............................................................................................15
Adding External Parallel Devices...............................................................16
SPECIFICATIONS..............................................................................17
APPENDIX A: Digital Effect Table...................................................19
APPENDIX B: Dimensions...............................................................20
APPENDIX C: Typical Connecting Leads........................................21
APPENDIX D: Block Diagrams........................................................22
Phonic preserves the right to improve or alter any information within this document without prior notice.
V1.0 AUG 10,2007
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for your purchase of either the Powerpod K-12 Plus , K-16 Plus or 1860 Plus Powered Mixers. All of these
mixers are of a high standard of quality that is synonymous with all Phonic products, and we are sure will prove to be a
valuable investment. To ensure, however, that you take full advantage of these products, we advise you to carefully read
the entire manual before storing in a place that is easy to remember and easy to access if necessary.
FEATURES
 High-efficiency switching power supply for achieving high power and light weight
 Foot switch allows user to on/mute effect processor and tap delay control
 +48V phantom power switch
 2 stereo input channels with 3-band EQ.
 Tape in and record out with stereo RCA jacks
 2 pre-fader AUX sends and 2 post-fader EFX sends
 Stereo 7-band graphic EQ
 One professional speaker connector and two 1/4" TS phone jacks on each power amplifier channel for
speaker connection
 Stand-by feature allow users to mute all microphone channels
 Handle integrated into casing
 Mono output with low pass filter, variable frequency from 60Hz to 160Hz
 Molded protective cover to help avoid scratching of the mixer face
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Mains power switchable between 115VAC and 230VAC
K-12 Plus and K-16 Plus additions
1860 Plus additions
2 x 500W / 4 Ω bridgeable and patchable power
amplifiers
2 x 400W / 4 Ω bridgeable and patchable power
amplifier
Dual effect processor, each containing over 100
effects, with tap delay and numerous test-tones
A single effect processor featuring 100 effects, with
tap delay and numerous test-tones
Feedback detection
 8 Mic/Line input channels with 3-band EQ and
insert
K-12 Plus:
 8
Mic/Line input channels
swept mid-range EQ and insert
with
3-band
K-16 Plus:
 12
Mic/Line input channels
swept mid-range EQ and insert
with
3-band
Vocal
Solid
 Dual setting Phantom Power switch
eliminator
Phonic Pystem speaker enhancement
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
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BASIC SETUP
Getting Started
Channel Setup
1. Ensure all power is turned off on the K-12 Plus, K-16
Plus or 1860 Plus. To totally ensure this, the AC cable
should not be connected to the unit.
1. To ensure the correct audio levels of each input
channel is selected, every channel should first be
switched off and all faders set to 0.
2. All faders and level controls should be set at the lowest
level and all channels switched off to ensure no sound
is inadvertently sent through the outputs when the
device is switched on. All levels should be altered to
acceptable degrees after the device is turned on.
NB. Ensure that the rear of the mixer is not less than 30
centimeters from the wall, as being closer than that may
obstruct the cooling fans and cause overheating.
3. Plug all necessary instruments and equipment into the
device's various inputs as required. This may include
line signal devices, as well as microphones and/or
guitars, keyboards, etc.
4. Plug any necessary equipment into the device's various
outputs. This could include speakers, monitors, signal
processors, and/or recording devices.
NB. No devices other than speakers should be connected to
the power amp outputs. Plugging inappropriate devices
into the mixer will likely cause damage to the device. Also,
guitar cables should not be used to connect amplifiers to
speakers.
5.Plug the supplied AC cable into the AC inlet on the
back of the device ensure the local voltage level
is identical to that required on your device. On the
Powerpod 1860, set the Voltage Selector to match the
local voltage levels.
6. Plug the supplied AC cable into a power outlet of a
suitable voltage.
7. Turn the power switch on.
POWERPOD 1860
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/ K-12
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/ K-16
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2. Choose the channel that you wish to set the level of,
and ensure that channel has a signal sent to it similar
to the signal that will be sent when in common use.
For example, if the channel is using a microphone,
then you should speak or sing at the same level the
performer normally would during a performance. If a
guitar is plugged into that channel, then the guitar
should also be used as it normally would be.
3. Press the PFL button of the channel, allowing you to
see the audio level in the master level meter.
4. Set the gain so the level meter indicates the audio
level is around 0 dB.
5. This channel is now ready to be used; you can stop
making the audio signal.
6. To activate the channel, release the PFL button and
engage the channel's on button.
7. You should now select the next channel to set and go
back to follow steps 1 through 6.
Optional Rack Mounting
1. The K-12 Plus and 1860 Plus are both rack mountable. The ER K-12 Plus rack mounting kit can be used to install this
product. You will need 13 units of free rack space to install one of these mixers.
2. To install, first ensure that the rack you are using will provide suitable ventilation for the Powered Mixers, as a sealed
rack will cause overheating in the product. Keep 1 U rack space between the powered mixer and any other device.
This will also ensure overheating does not occur.
3. Remove the screws 1 ~ 5 (indicated on the below image) on both sides of the mixer, along with the side panel.
4. Fasten the rack mount to each side of the mixer using screws 6 ~ 7 , as indicated below.
5. Final step: attach the rack mountable mixer to the rack.
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POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
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The Protective Molded Cover
Place your fingers on the two extrusioins
and pull up to open.
Opening the cover
Removing the cover
Place the small connecting rods of the
molded cover underneath the mixer's
hooks.
Attaching the cover
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/ K-12
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/ K-16
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
Channel Inputs
The K-12 Plus and 1860 Plus Powered Mixers supply
a total of 10 input channels, 2 of which accept stereo
signals. The K-16 Plus Powered Mixer, however, provides
a total of 14 input channels, also including 2 stereo input
channels. The two stereo channels on each device contain
different inputs jacks, accepting either stereo RCA or 1/4"
phone jacks.
1. XLR + 1/4 Combo Jacks
These combo jacks accept either XLR or 1/4" inputs for
balanced and unbalanced signals. They can be used
in conjunction with microphones such as professional
condenser, dynamic or ribbon microphones - with standard
XLR male connectors, as well as typical 1/4" TRS and 1/4"
TS line inputs for the addition of various music instruments
- such as keyboards, drum machines, electric guitars, as
well as a variety of other electric instruments. With low
noise preamplifiers, these inputs serve for crystal clear
sound replication.
The PAD -26 dB button, located below the combo jack, is
used to attenuate the input signal by 26 dB. This should
only be pushed in when using line input devices.
NB. When using an unbalanced microphone, please ensure
phantom power is switched off. However, when using condenser
microphones the phantom power of the corresponding channel
should be activated.
2. Mic Inputs (Powerpod 1860 Plus only)
As the Powerpod 1860 Plus doesn't feature the
aforementioned combo jacks, we've included separate
XLR and 1/4" jacks it features these XLR microphone
inputs are for balanced and unbalanced signals. They
can be used in conjunction with microphones – such as
professional condenser, dynamic or ribbon microphones
- with standard XLR male connectors. With low noise
preamplifiers, these inputs serve for crystal clear sound
replication.
NB. When using an unbalanced microphone, please ensure
phantom power is switched off. However, when using condenser
microphones the phantom power of the corresponding channel
should be activated.
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3. Line In Jacks (Powerpod 1860 Plus only)
These inputs accept 1/4” TRS and 1/4” TS line inputs
for the addition of various music instruments – such as
keyboards, drum machines, electric guitars, as well as a
variety of other electric instruments.
4. INS (External Device Insert Jack)
The primary use for these TRS phone jacks is for the
addition of external devices, such as dynamic processors
or equalizers, to the corresponding mono input channel.
This will require a Y cord that can send and receive signals
of the mixer to and from an external processor. For more
information on Y-Cords, please refer to Appendix C.
5. Stereo Channel Inputs
Each of the K-12 Plus, K16 and 1860 Plus Powered
Mixers provide 2 stereo input channels, the inputs of
which differ slightly to the mono channels. The stereo
RCA inputs are for the addition of various digital devices
(CD players, MP3 players, laptops, etc), where the 2 Line
1/4" TS jacks are for the addition of various stereo line
level input devices, such as keyboards. Depending on
which set of inputs you wish to use, set the Stereo A/B
button on the channel to the appropriate position.
If you wish to use a monaural device on a stereo input,
simply plug the device’s 1/4" phone jack into the left
(mono) stereo input and leave the right input bare. The
signal will be duplicated to the right due to the miracle of
jack normalizing.
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6. Tape In (L and R)
The first of these inputs accommodates RCA cables from
such devices as tape and CD players. In addition to these
inputs, however, Phonic has incorporated a mini stereo
port for the inclusion of mini disc (MD), portable CD, and
MP3 players (such as the Apple iPod), as well as laptop
computers. The line from this feed is directed to the Tape
In mixing bus, before being fed through to the Main L/R
mixing bus.
7. Vocal Eliminator (K-16 Plus only)
Initiating this switch, featured on the Powerpod K-16 Plus
only, enables you to eliminate vocal sections of any signal
fed from a CD or tape player (or any other input device)
into the Tape In inputs. Using phase cancellation of vocal
frequency ranges between the left and right channels, the
K-16 Plus’s vocal eliminator can effectively remove vocals
panned dead center.
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/ K-12
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/ K-16
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8. Record Outputs (L and R)
As with the Tape In ports, these outputs will accommodate
RCA cables, able to be fed to a variety of recording
devices. Also included are mini stereo ports for the
addition of recording devices such as MD players and
laptop computers.
9. ST Return Inputs
These TS inputs connect the mixer with parallel external
devices, such as sub mixers or external effect processors,
receiving the processed signal from another source and
feeding it to the AUX 1, AUX 2 and Main L/R mixing buses.
If you wish to use a monaural device on a stereo return
input, simply plug the device’s 1/4" phone jack into the left
(mono) stereo input and leave the right input bare.
10. Power Amp Inputs
These inputs support 1/4" TS plugs and can be used for
the inclusion of an external line level stereo signals to the
built-in power amplifier. If a device is connected to the
power amp inputs, the main feed (according to the power
amp control switch) will automatically bypass the power
amp and the inserted feed will be amplified and sent to
the Speaker Outputs instead.
11. Main Outputs
These two ports will output the final stereo line level signal
sent from the main mixing bus. The primary purpose of
these jacks is to send the Main output to external devices
that may run in parallel with the mixer. This may include
additional power amplifiers, mixers, PA systems, as well
as a wide range of other possible signal processors.
12. Auxiliary (AUX) Outputs
These phone jack outputs are the final output of line-level
signal fed from the corresponding auxiliary mixing bus,
and are best suited for use with stage monitors. Feeding
the output from the Auxiliary outs to an amplifier - and
possibly an equalizer - and then to a floor monitor speaker
allows artists to monitor their own instruments or vocals
whilst performing.
13. EFX (Effect) Outputs
These 1/4" TS outputs are the final output from the EFX
send mixing bus. This feed may be used to connect to an
external digital effect processor, or even to an amplifier
and speakers, depending on your desired settings.
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14. Control Room / Zone 2 Outputs and Switch
These phone jack outputs feed the signal from either
the Control Room or Zone 2 control panels. The
corresponding switch alternates the feed between the
audio from the CTRL RM/PHONES control and that
of the Zone 2 control. The Zone 2 output is best suited
to act as side fill, supplying audio to indoor areas that
the sound from the main speakers does not reach. The
control room's signal, on the other hand, can be used for
the inclusion of an active monitor within a booth. Well,
they're our suggestions, but it's your call.
15. Mono Output
This 1/4" TS output feeds the audio signal from the mono
mixing control located on the main mixing panel. This is
best suited for use with a mono sound system, or for the
addition of a subwoofer to your set of speakers, adding
more punch to low frequency sounds.
16. Phones Output
This stereo output port is suited for use with headphones,
allowing monitoring of the mix. The audio level of this
output is controlled using the CTRL RM/PHONES
control.
Rear Panel
17. Voltage Selector
This switch allows you to select from
2 mains power modes, 115 VAC / 60
Hz (allowing you to use the device
in Countries with voltages between
100V and 120V) or 230 VAC / 50
Hz (allowing you to use the device
in Countries with voltages between
200V and 230V).
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NB. Using incorrect voltages can cause irreversible damage
to the mixer. All care must be taken in selecting the voltage
appropriate to your zone. If unsure of local voltage levels, contact
a knowledgeable source before using this mixer.
18. 12V Lamp
This XLR port allows you to attach a 12 Volt gooseneck
lamp, allowing better visibility in areas with poor light.
19. Power Button
This button is used to turn the device on and off. Before
turning the device on, however, ensure all level controls
are at a minimum.
20. Mains Power Inlet
This port is used to plug the socket end of the included
AC cable. The other end should be connected to an
appropriate power source.
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21. Speaker Outputs
These jacks are used to connect to speakers, fed from
the internal power amp. The first set of outputs are
professional speaker connectors; to use these, insert an
appropriate four pin plug into the connector, and twist to
lock into place. The second set of outputs are 1/4" phone
jacks. To use these, simply insert an appropriate 1/4" TS
plug into them. The total loading for speakers should be
no more than 4 ohms per channel, or 8 ohms for a bridge
mono connection.
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One Speaker per Channel: When connecting a single
speaker to each channel's output, speakers with an
impedance between 4 and 8 ohms should be used. This
is the case for both the Phone Jack and Professional
Speaker Connectors.
Two Speakers per Channel: When connecting two
speakers to the Speaker Outputs, the loading of each
speaker should be between 8 and 16 ohms (as two 8 ohm
speakers will form a total loading of 4 ohms, two 16 ohm
speakers a total loading of 8 ohms, etc).
Bridge Mono: When using bridge mono mode,
Professional Speaker output A should be used only. The
total loading should be no less than 8 ohms.
NB. Only use passive speakers in conjunction with the Speaker
outputs, as to avoid damaging any equipment.
22. Foot Switch Jacks
These ports are for the inclusion of a foot
switch, used to remotely adjust properties
of the built-in Digital Effect processor.
The left jack is used to adjust the tap
delay properties, where the right jack is
used for the turning on and off of digital
effects (these are for use with digital
effect processor 2 on the K-12 Plus and
K-16 Plus).
CONTROLS AND SETTINGS
Channel Controls
It is important that all channels are independently disabled
while not in use. Lower the corresponding level control
when activating a channel; the volume level should then
be set to an appropriate level.
24. Gain Control
This controls the sensitivity of the input signal, which is
sent to the corresponding input channel. The gain should
be adjusted to a level that allows the maximum use of the
audio, while still maintaining the quality of the feed. This
can be accomplished by adjusting it to a level that will
allow the peak indicator occasionally illuminate.
25. High-Pass Filter (75 Hz)
This button will activate a high-pass filter that reduces all
frequencies below 75 Hz at 18 dB per Octave, helping to
remove any unwanted ground noise or stage rumble.
26. HF (High Frequency) Control
This control is used to give a shelving boost or cut of 15
dB to high frequency (12 kHz) sounds. This will adjust
the amount of treble included in the audio of the channel,
adding strength and crispness to sounds such as guitars,
cymbals, synthesizers and Michael Jackson.
27. MF (Middle Frequency) Control
This control is used to provide a peaking style of boost
and cut to the level of middle frequency sounds at a range
of 15 dB. The mono channels on the K-12 Plus and K-16
Plus provides a sweep control, allowing you to select a
center frequency between 100 Hz and 8 kHz, whereas
all channels on the 1860 Plus's (and stereo channels on
the K-12 Plus and K-16 Plus), the center frequency is set
at 2.5 kHz.
Changing middle frequencies of an audio feed can be
rather difficult when used in a professional audio mix, as it
is usually more desirable to cut middle frequency sounds
rather than boost them, soothing overly harsh vocal and
instrument sounds in the audio.
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23. Fans
These vari-speed fans are used for the cooling of the
mixer. Do not obstruct in any way to ensure the product
does not over heat.
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/ K-12
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/ K-16
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28. LF (Low Frequency) Control
This control is used to give a shelving boost or cut of 15
dB to low frequency (80 Hz) sounds. This will adjust the
amount of bass included in the audio of the channel, and
bring more warmth and punch to drums, bass guitars and
Isaac Hayes.
37. Stereo Channel A/B Button
When this button is released, the corresponding stereo
channel on the K-12 Plus, K-16 Plus and 1860 Plus’s will
receive its signal from the 1/4” inputs. However, when this
button is pushed in, the stereo channel will receive the
corresponding stereo RCA input’s signal.
29. Auxiliary Controls 1 and 2
These controls alter the signal level that is being sent to
the auxiliary 1 and 2 mixing buses, the signal of which is
suitable for connecting stage monitors, allowing artists to
listen to the music that is being playing.
30. Effect (EFX) Controls 1 and 2
These controls alter the signal level that is sent to the EFX
1 and 2 outputs, which can be used in conjunction with
external signal processors (this signal of which can be
returned to mixer via the stereo return inputs), or simply
as additional auxiliary outputs for any means required.
These controls also adjust the level of audio that is sent
to the built-in digital effect engines (in the case of the
Powerpod 1860, EFX 2 controls the signal sent to the
built-in effects processor).
31. PAN/BAL
This alternates the degree or level of audio that the left
and right side of the main mix should receive. On mono
channels, this control will adjust the level that the left
and right should receive, where as on a stereo channel,
adjusting the BAL control will attenuate the left or right
audio signals accordingly.
32. On Button and Indicator
This turns the channel on, allowing the user to use the
feed from the channel's inputs to supply the MAIN L/R,
MONO, AUX 1 and 2 and the EFX 1 and 2 buses. The
corresponding indicator will be illuminated when turned
on.
When the channel is not activated, the PFL button will still
allow the user to send the channel's audio signal to the
CTRL RM/PHONES mixing bus for monitoring purposes.
33. Peak Indicator
This LED indicator will illuminate when the device hits
high peaks, 6 dB before overload occurs. It is best to
adjust the gain of the channel so that the PEAK indicator
lights up on intervals. This will ensure a greater dynamic
range your audio.
34. SIG Indicator
This LED indicator will illuminate when a signal of the
corresponding channel reaches -20dB, giving an indication
of any signal being sent through to the input channel.
35. PFL button and Indicator
The PFL - or Pre-Fader Listen - button is pushed to allow
the signal of a corresponding channel to be sent to the
CTRL RM/PHONES control (pre-fader, post-EQ), for use
with either headphones or studio monitors. This allows
easier setting of the input gain and tracking of audio by
sound engineers. The corresponding green LED will
illuminate when PFL is activated.
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Digital Effect Processor
The K-12 Plus and K-16 Plus both supply you with two
effect channels, where the 1860 provides only one.
38. Digital Effect Display
This 2-digital numeric display shows the program number
that is currently applied to your EFX audio signal. When you
rotate the Program control, you can scroll through different
program numbers; however the display will revert back
to the original program if a new program is not selected
within a few seconds. For a list of available effects, please
observe the Digital Effect Table in Appendix A.
39. Sig and Clip Indicators
Located within the Digital Effect Display are Clip and
Sig LEDs. The Sig LED will light up when any signal is
received by the effect processor, and the Clip LED will
light up shortly before excessive signals are dynamically
clipped. If the Clip LED lights up too often, it may be
advisable to turn down the EFX master control to ensure
the signal level is not excessive.
40. Program Control
This control is used to scroll through the various effects.
Turning the control clockwise will allow users to ascend
into higher program numbers, and turning it counterclockwise will allow users to descend into lower program
numbers. When turning to a new program, a small LED
will flash until you push the program knob down – this
will apply the effect. When a tap-delay effect is selected,
pressing this control will allow users to select the tapdelay time.
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36. Channel Level Control (Fader)
This control will alter the signal level that is sent from the
corresponding channel to the main mixing bus.
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/ K-12
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/ K-16
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By pushing the button several times, the effect processor
interprets the time between last two pushes and
remembers this as the delay time – until the button is
pushed again. This is kept even after the power is turned
off. When the tap delay effect is selected, a small LED
(located between the two digit display) will flash within
the digital effect display window at the selected intervals.
To see the list of available programs, please check the
Digital Effect Table in Appendix A.
41. Auxiliary Controls 1 and 2
These controls alter the level of audio that is being sent
to the corresponding auxiliary mix from the corresponding
Digital Effect Processor.
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Master Section
46. Power Amp Control Switches
These switches control the activity and the
strength of the power amp. Using the left
switch can alternate between the different
signals which can be processed by the
built-in power amp and routed to the main
speaker outputs on the rear of the device.
This switch allows you to select from:
Stereo, the final level of which is adjusted
by the MAIN L/R fader; AUX 1/MONO, the
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final level of which is adjusted by the AUX
1 fader and MONO fader; AUX 1/AUX 2
outputs, the final level of which is adjusted by the AUX 1
and 2 faders, and; MONO BRIDGE, which is output via
professional speaker output A only, and the volume of
which is controlled by the MONO fader.
NB. When using a mono bridge connection, do not connect a
speaker to either the 1/4" phone jacks, or the professional speaker
jack B speaker connector, located on the rear of the mixer.
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42. DSP Effect On Button and Indicator
This button is pushed to turn the corresponding effect
panel on or off. When the effect processor is turned on,
the corresponding LED illuminates.
43. Peak Indicator
This LED indicator will illuminate when the Digital Effect
Processor overloads. It is best to adjust the EFX 1 and
2 controls on input channels so as to ensure the PEAK
indicator does not light up. This will ensure a greater
quality of audio.
44. PFL Button and Indicator
This PFL - or Pre-Fader Listen - button is pushed to allow
the processed signal of the digital effect processor to
be sent to the CTRL RM/PHONES control (pre-fader),
for use with either headphones or studio monitors. This
allows easier tracking of audio by sound engineers. The
corresponding green LED will illuminate when PFL is
activated.
45. DSP Effect Faders 1 and 2
Each of these controls adjusts the level of the audio to be
sent from the corresponding Digital Effect Processor to
the main mixing bus.
The amplification power can be changed using the right
switch from 100 Watts for each channel, to 300 or 500
Watts per channel on the K-12 Plus and K-16 Plus only,
the selection of which will depend on the size of a venue
and the input capacity of the speakers you have chosen
to use. This feature is not included in the Powerpod 1860
Plus.
47. Solid Phonic System (K-16 Plus only)
Using this switch (featured on the K-16 Plus only) will enable
the user to give both the high and low frequencies of their
sound a little boost to improve the overall robustness of
the audio. There is no guarantee your sound will improve
with the sPs activated, however, so it’s probably desirable
to audition the mixer’s sound with this switch on and off,
and decide which is better for your purposes.
48. Graphic Equalizer
This stereo 7 band graphic equalizer allows users to adjust
the frequency response of a signal, with a maximum of 12
dB of boost or cut for each of the frequencies. The AUX 1 /
L/R button alternates the use of the equalizer between the
AUX 1 bus and MAIN L/R bus signals, accordingly. When
L/R is selected, the equalizer is applied to not only both the
main stereo signal (Main and Speaker outputs), but also
to the mono signal. Pushing the on button in activates the
equalizer, which is accompanied by an illuminated LED.
2
5
3
8
Powerpod 1860 Plus
12
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
One feature, built into the Powerpod K-12 Plus and K16 Plus's graphic equalizer, is a Feedback Detection
System. The individual LEDs located on the sliding VR
controls of the equalizer will illuminate when feedback
occurs on that particular frequency band. By reducing
the level of that frequency band you can quite effectively
remove the feedback on that frequency; after which the
LED will turn off. If the FBD button is pushed in, the
feedback detection is active for the final AUX 1 signal,
whereas if it is released, the feedback detection is active
for the MAIN L-R signal. It is recommended that users
switch the the AUX 1 / L/R button to the same setting
as the FBD button, as to ensure simpler adjustment of
frequencies that have produced feedback.
8
53
5
51
52. Tape In Controls
This control is used to adjust the level of the Tape In input
that will be sent to the main mix. The corresponding PFL
(Pre Fader Listen) button allows you to send the audio
of the Tape In to the CTRL RM/PHONES control. In this
instance, the Tape In Control in no way affects the signal
sent to the PFL/AFL bus.
7
52
50
Powerpod
1860 Plus
50
49. Stand-by Switch and Indicator
This switch enables and disables a mute of channels
1 through to 15/16 on the K-16 Plus, and channels 1
through to 11/12 on the K-12 Plus and 1860 Plus. This
feature is handy in live performances, due to the fact that
the Tape In and stereo AUX Returns are not muted when
it is activated, allowing an audio signal from CD players
or other input devices to be played during performance
breaks, while still ensuring microphones fail to produce
hideously sounding feedback (as opposed to feedback
that actually sounds good, of course). Pushing of the
stand-by switch is accompanied by an illuminated LED.
53. Zone 2 Controls
This control is used to adjust the level of the Zone 2 feed
(duplicated from the MAIN L/R mix) that will be sent to
the Zone 2 output. The corresponding AFL (After Fader
Listen) button allows you to send the Zone 2 audio feed
to the CTRL RM/PHONES control. Activation of the AFL
is accompanied by an illuminated LED.
54. Control Room / Phones Control
This knob controls the level of the audio to be sent to the
CTRL RM/PHONES Output, located on the top panel of
the K-12 Plus, K-16 Plus and 1860 mixers. Any PFL that
is activated has priority over all other signals, and is able
to run simultaneously with another PFL signal. If no PFL
buttons are pushed down, then any AFL that is activated
will be used instead (an AFL can also work simultaneously
with other AFLs). Likewise, if neither a PFL nor an AFL is
active, the MAIN L/R mix will be used.
50. Phantom Power Switch
When this switch is in the on position it activates +48V
of Phantom Power for channels 1 through to 8 on the K12 Plus, and channels 1 through to 12 on the K-16 Plus,
allowing condenser microphones to be used on these
channels. Activation of Phantom Power is accompanied
by an illuminated LED on these two models. On the
Powerpod 1860 Plus, this switch has 3 positions, allowing
users to activate phantom power for channels 1 through
8, channels 1 through 4 only, or no channels at all.
Priority
Highest
Medium
Lowest
Priority of Control Room/Phones Feed
51. Stereo Return Controls
These controls are used to adjust the audio level that is
received by the stereo return input jacks. They consist
of 2 auxiliary level controls, for adjusting the level to be
sent to the auxiliary mixing bus, and a level control, for
adjusting levels to be sent to the main mixing bus.
The corresponding PFL (Pre-Fader Listen) buttons allow
you to send the audio of the stereo return inputs directly
to the CTRL RM/PHONES control, unaltered by any level
controls. Activation of the PFL is accompanied by an
illuminated LED.
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
Feed
PFL
AFL
MAIN L/R
55
55. Auxiliary 1 and 2 Controls (Faders)
These controls alter the audio level that
will be sent to the AUX outputs, suitable
for connecting to floor monitors, as well as
external processing devices, if required.
The corresponding AFL (After-Fader Listen)
buttons allow you to send the audio of
the auxiliary mixing bus to the CTRL RM/
PHONES control, after being altered by
the corresponding fader (ie. after-fader).
Activation of the AFL is accompanied by an
illuminated LED.
13
56. Mono Output Controls
The Mono Channel fader will adjust the final audio
level that is to be sent to the Mono output jack. The
corresponding AFL (After Fader Listen) button allows you
to send the post-fader mono audio signal to the CTRL
RM/PHONES control.
The corresponding Low Pass Filter controls, not featured
on the 1860 Plus, are used to reduce unwanted high
frequency sounds of the mono output at a rate of 18 dB per
octave, for a clearer bass sound when using subwoofers.
The switch turns the Low Pass Filter on and off, where the
accompanying control adjusts the minimum cut frequency
between 60 and 160 Hz.
Powerpod 1860 Plus
58. Power Indicator
The Power Indicator, located next to the
PFL/AFL indicator, will light up when the
power of the Powerpod K-12 Plus, K-16
Plus or 1860 Plus is on.
59. PFL/AFL Indicator
The PFL/AFL indicator on the top of
this meter is bi-colored, and illuminates
green when a PFL switch is active and
red for an AFL. Due to the fact that any
PFL has priority over any AFL, if both
an AFL and PFL are activated, only the
green PFL indicator will illuminated and
processed by the CTRL RM/PHONES
control area.
5 58
60
61
60. Limiter Indicators
There are 2 limiters built-in the stereo power amplifier
featured in the Powerpod K-12 Plus, K-16 Plus and
1860 Plus. The limiters are activated and the indicator
will illuminate when the Power Amplifier's signal level
becomes too high, warning the user of the possibility of
overload. If this happens too often, ensure you to turn
down the corresponding input level control for the Power
Amplifier's source, as selected by the Power Amp Control
switches, to a reasonable level.
56
56
57. Master Level Control
This fader controls the final volume level of the Main
L/R audio to be sent to the built-in power amplifier and
respective outputs.
61. Stereo Level Meter
This level meter offers a visual display of the stereo Main
L/R output level. Each channel's 12-segment level meter
consists of green, yellow and red colored LEDs, including
a peak indicator, showing levels between
-30dBu
and +10dBu. When either a PFL or AFL is activated, the
master level meter offers a visual display of the signal
level of the PFL or AFL, monitored on the same aspects
as the level meter normally would. See the Control Room
/ Phones section (53) for a little more information on PFLs
and AFLs.
57
14
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
APPLICATIONS
There are potentially hundreds of ways to connect instruments and devices to the K-12 Plus, K-16 Plus and 1860 Plus
Powered Mixers. It is advisable that you explore the functions and find the best setup possible for your needs, which may
depend on what instruments you wish to connect, as well as how many external devices you wish to connect and your
required monitoring applications. Combining the use of different instruments with the mixer's special functions (such as
digital effect processing) will ensure that your audio sounds exactly the way you want it.
Live Application
RECORDER
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
15
Adding External Parallel Devices
16
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
SPECIFICATIONS
POWERPOD K-12 Plus
POWERPOD K-16 Plus
POWERPOD 1860 Plus
Number of Power Channels
2
2
2
Limiters
2
2
2
330
330
260
POWER AMP, output power in
Watts @THD<0.5%, 1KHz
8 ohms per Channel
4 ohms per Channel
500
500
400
8 ohms Bridge Mono
1000
1000
800
500W+500W, 300W+300W,
100W+100W
500W+500W, 300W+300W,
100W+100W
N/A
Power Amp Select Switch
Inputs
Total Channels
10
14
10
8 (XLR + 1/4” combo jack)
12 (XLR + 1/4” combo jack)
8 (XLR + 1/4” combo jack)
2 (XLR & 2x 1/4”)
2 (XLR & 2x 1/4”)
2 (XLR & 2x 1/4”)
2
2
2
1 (1 x Mini stereo & 2 x RCA
jacks)
1 (1 x Mini stereo & 2 x RCA jacks)
1 (1 x Mini stereo & 2 x
RCA jacks)
2 x 1/4” TS, Unbal.
2 x 1/4” TRS, Unbal.
2 x 1/4” TS, Unbal.
1/4” TS, Unbal.
1/4” TRS, Unbal.
1/4” TS, Unbal.
4 x 1/4” TS, Unbal.
4 x 1/4” TRS, Unbal.
4 x 1/4” TS, Unbal.
1
1
1
2 x 1/4” TS, Unbal.
2 x 1/4” TRS, Unbal.
2 x 1/4” TS, Unbal.
Rec Out
1 x Mini stereo, 2 x RCA jacks
1 x Mini stereo, 2 x RCA jacks
1 x Mini stereo, 2 x RCA
jacks
Speaker Output
1 x Speakon & 2 x 1/4” TS per
channel
1 x Speakon & 2 x 1/4” TRS per
channel
2 x Speakon & 4 x 1/4” TS
Channel Strips
10
14
10
Aux Control
4
4
4
Pan/Balance Control
Yes
Yes
Yes
Channel On/Mute
Yes
Yes
Yes
Balanced Mono Mic/Line Channels
Stereo Line Channels with mic
preamp
Stereo Aux Returns
2T Input
Outputs
Main L/R Stereo
Main Mono
Aux Send & Effect Send
Phones
Control RM or Zone 2 Output
Channel Solo/PFL with metering
LED Indicators
Yes
Yes
Yes
On, Peak, Signal, PFL
On, Peak, Signal, PFL
On, Peak, Signal, PFL
60mm faders
60mm faders
60mm faders
Yes
Yes
Yes
2, 60mm fader
2, 60mm fader
2, 60mm fader
4
4
3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Volume Controls
Insert
Master Section
Aux Send Masters
Effects Return to Monitor
Phones/control RM/Zone 2 level
control
Control Room Mode
Faders
ST, PFL/AFL
ST, PFL/AFL
ST, PFL/AFL
2 x Efx, Aux 1, Aux 2, Mono, Main
L/R (60mm fader)
2 x Efx, Aux 1, Aux 2, Mono, Main
L/R (60mm fader)
Efx, Aux 1, Aux 2, Mono,
Main L/R (60mm fader)
Metering
Number of Channels
2
2
2
Segments
13
13
13
+48V DC
+48V DC
+48V DC
Master + 10
Master + 14
Master + 10
Phantom Power Supply
Switch
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
17
THD
Power output, 1KHz, 20Hz to
20KHz
@250 Watts, 4 ohms <0.5%
@250 Watts, 4 ohms <0.5%
@200 Watts, 4 ohms <0.5%
<0.3%
<0.3%
<0.3%
80 dB
80 dB
80 dB
Channel fader down, other
channels at unity
<-63 dB
<-63 dB
<-63 dB
Channel muted, other channels
at unity
<-64 dB
<-64 dB
<-64 dB
20Hz ~ 20KHz, line level o/p @
+4dBu into 600ohms
+0/-2 dB
+0/-2 dB
+0/-2 dB
20Hz ~ 20KHz, power amp o/p
1 watt into 8ohms
+0/-2 dB
+0/-2 dB
+0/-2 dB
Mic Preamp Input
+10 dBu
+10 dBu
+10 dBu
All Other Inputs
+22 dBu
+22 dBu
+22 dBu
Unbalanced outputs
+22 dBu
+22 dBu
+22 dBu
Mic In
5K ohms
5K ohms
5K ohms
Line In
50K ohms
50K ohms
50K ohms
All Other Inputs (except inserts)
10K ohms
10K ohms
10K ohms
RCA 2T Outputs
600 ohms
600 ohms
600 ohms
Any output, 1KHz @ +14dBu,
20Hz to 20KHz, channel inputs
CMRR
1 KHz @ -60dBu, Gain at
maximum
Crosstalk
1KHz @ 0dBu, 20Hz to 20KHz
bandwidth, channel in to main
L/R outputs
Frequency Response (mic
input to output)
Maximum Level
Impedance
All Other Outputs
150 ohms
150 ohms
150 ohms
3-band, ±15 dB
3-band, ±15 dB
3-band, ±15 dB
Low EQ
80 Hz
80Hz
80 Hz
Mid EQ
100-8K Hz, sweepable
100-8K Hz, sweepable
2.5 KHz
Second Mid EQ (St channel)
2.5 KHz
2.5 KHz
2.5 KHz
Hi EQ
12 KHz
12 KHz
12 KHz
75Hz (-18dB/oct)
75 Hz (-18dB/oct)
75Hz (-18dB/oct)
150 ohms terminated, max gain
<-122 dBm
<-122 dBm
<-122 dBm
Power Consumption
(Average Maximum)
500 Watts
500 Watts
400 Watts
Power Requirement
100 - 120 VAC, 220 - 240 VAC,
50 / 60 Hz, depending on region
settings
100 - 120 VAC, 220 - 240 VAC,
50 / 60 Hz, depending on region
settings
Switchable between 115VAC &
230VAC, 50/60 Hz
Equalization
Low Cut Filter
Microphone Preamp E.I.N.
Net Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
18
14.5 Kg (31.9 lbs)
19.5 Kg (43.0 lbs)
14.3 Kg (31.5 lbs)
483 x 142.6 x 466.2 mm
(19” x 5.6” x 18.4”)
583.2 x 142.6 x 466.2 mm
(23” x 5.6” x 18.3”)
448 x 147 x 465 mm
(17.6” x 5.8” x 18.3”)
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
APPENDIX A: Digital Effect Table
NO
PROGRAM NAME
PARAMETER SETTING
NO
ROOM
REV-TIME
EARLY LEVEL
00
COMPACT ROOM 1
0.05
100
01
COMPACT ROOM 2
0.
02
SMALL ROOM 1
03
SMALL ROOM 2
0
05
PROGRAM NAME
PARAMETER SETTING
PAN
SPEED
56
SLOW PAN
0.1
TYPE
R-->L
0
57
SLOW PAN 1
0.1
R<-->L
0.5
100
58
SLOW PAN 2
0.
R-->L
0.6
0
5
MID SHIFT
0.8
R<-->L
MID ROOM 1
0.
100
60
MID SHIFT 1
1.2
L-->R
MID ROOM 2
1
50
61
MID SHIFT 2
1.8
L-->R
06
BIG ROOM 1
1.2
100
62
MID SHIFT 3
1.8
R-->L
07
TUNNEL
3.85
100
63
FAST MOVE
3.
R<-->L
HALL
REV-TIME
EARLY LEVEL
TREMOLO
SPEED
MODE-TYPE
08
JAZZ CLUB
0.
0
6
LAZY TREMOLO
0.8
TRG
0
SMALL HALL 1
1.5
72
65
VINTAGE TREMOLO
1.5
TRG
10
SMALL HALL 2
1.75
85
66
WARM TREMOLO
2.8
TRG
11
SPRING HALL
1.
8
67
WARM TREMOLO 1
.6
TRG
12
MID HALL 1
2.3
100
68
HOT TREMOLO
6.8
TRG
13
MID HALL 2
2.5
80
6
HOT TREMOLO 1
.6
TRG
1
RECITAL HALL
2.7
6
70
CRAZY TREMOLO 1
15
TRG
15
BIG HALL 2
3.3
88
71
CRAZY TREMOLO 2
20
PLATE
REV-TIME
HPF
DELAY+REV
REV
TRG
DELAY-1
16
SMALL PLATE
0.
0
72
DELAY+REV 1
1
1
17
TAIL PLATE
1.2
20
73
DELAY+REV 2
2
2
18
MID PLATE 1
1.3
0
7
DELAY+REV 3
3
3
1
MID PLATE 2
2.2
0
75
DELAY+REV 20
REVERSE PLATE
2.25
2
76
DELAY+REV 5
5
5
21
LONG PLATE 1
2.6
80
77
DELAY+REV 6
6
6
22
LONG PLATE 2
3
625
78
DELAY+REV 7
7
7
23
LONG PLATE 3
.2
0
7
DELAY+REV 8
8
8
DELAY-1(stereo)
DELAY AVERG.
R-LEVEL
CHORUS+REV
REV
CHORUS
2
SHORT DELAY 1
0.07
60
80
CHORUS+REV 1
1
1
25
SHORT DELAY 2
0.1
60
81
CHORUS+REV 2
2
2
26
PING PONG DELAY
0.11
55
82
CHORUS+REV 3
3
3
27
MID DELAY 1
0.15
55
83
CHORUS+REV 28
0.3
60
8
CHORUS+REV 5
5
5
2
SHORT DELAY 1 (MONO)
MID DELAY 1
0.06
100
85
CHORUS+REV 6
6
6
30
MID DELAY 1 (MONO)
0.13
100
86
CHORUS+REV 7
7
7
31
LONG DELAY 1 (MONO)
0.18
100
87
CHORUS+REV 8
8
8
CHORUS
LFO
DEPTH
FLANGER+REV
REV
FLANGER
32
SOFT CHORUS
0.2
56
88
FLANGER+REV 1
1
1
33
SOFT CHORUS 2
0.5
70
8
FLANGER+REV 2
2
2
3
SOFT CHORUS 3
0.8
75
0
FLANGER+REV 3
3
3
35
WARM CHORUS
1.8
85
1
FLANGER+REV 36
WARMER CHORUS 1
3.2
80
2
FLANGER+REV 5
5
5
37
WARMER CHORUS 2
5.2
5
3
FLANGER+REV 6
6
6
38
WARMER CHORUS 3
7.8
52
FLANGER+REV 7
7
7
3
HEAVY CHORUS
.6
8
5
FLANGER+REV 8
8
8
FLANGER
LFO
DEPTH
GATED-REV
RELEASE
REV
0
CLASSIC FLANGER 1
0.1
6
GATED-REV-1 0.02
TAIL PLATE
1
CLASSIC FLANGER 2
0.3
63
7
GATED-REV-2 10
0.2
TAIL PLATE
2
GENTLE FLANGER
0.6
5
8
GATED-REV-1 0.02
REVERSE PLATE
3
WARM FLANGER
1.6
60
GATED-REV-2 10
0.5
REVERSE PLATE
MODERN FALANGER 1
2
85
TAP DELAY
FB LEVEL
RANGE
5
MODERN FALANGER 2
2.8
80
A0
TAP DELAY
0
100mS - 2.7S
6
DEEP FALANGER 1
.6
75
A1
TAP DELAY
10
100mS - 2.7S
7
DEEP FALANGER 2
10
60
A2
TAP DELAY
20
100mS - 2.7S
PHASER
LFO
DELAY
A3
TAP DELAY
30
100mS - 2.7S
8
CLASSIC PHASER 1
0.1
3.6
A
TAP DELAY
0
100mS - 2.7S
CLASSIC PHASER 2
0.
2.6
A5
TAP DELAY
50
100mS - 2.7S
50
COOL PHASER
1.
0.7
A6
TAP DELAY
60
100mS - 2.7S
51
WARM PHASER
3.2
0.3
A7
TAP DELAY
70
100mS - 2.7S
52
HEAVY PHASER 1
5
1.2
A8
TAP DELAY
80
100mS - 2.7S
53
HEAVY PHASER 2
6
2.8
5
WILD PHASER 1
7.
0.8
T0
55
WILD PHASER 2
.6
.8
T1
T2
PN
PINK NOISE
20Hz~20kHz
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
TEST TONE
LOW FREQUENCY
FREQUENCY
SHAPE
100Hz
SINEWAVE
MID FREQUENCY
1kHz
SINEWAVE
HIGH FREQUENCY
10kHz
SINEWAVE
19
APPENDIX B: Dimensions
Powerpod K-12 Plus and Powerpod 1860 Plus
Powerpod K-16 Plus
20
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
APPENDIX C: Typical Connecting Leads
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
21
APPENDIX D: Block Diagrams
Powerpod K-12 Plus
22
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
Powerpod K-16 Plus
POWERPOD 1860
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
23
Powerpod 1860 Plus
MONO CHANNEL
MIC:+60~+16dB
MIC
+48V
MIC/LINE
HA
75Hz
+VDD
GAIN
PEAK
HA
HA
GAIN
PEAK
PEAK
LOW CUT
STAND-BY
MUTE CH1-12
SIG
LOW
MID
ON
ON
LOW
ON
DSP ON/OFF
3 BAND TONE
HIGH
MID
LOW
3 BAND TONE
H IGH
MI D
3 BAND TONE
HIGH
S IG
ON
PFL
PFL
CUE_P
CUE_P
CUE_P
EFFECT L OUT
EFFECT IN
EFFECT R OUT
CUE_P
FADER
CUE_P
FADER
STAND-BY
ON
PFL
PFL
AUX 1
AUX 2
LEVEL
PFL
A UX 1
AUX 2
A UX 1
AUX 2
PAN
EFX1
EFX2
AUX 1
PAN
EFX 1
E FX 2
LEVEL
AUX 2
EFFECT
FADER
LEFT
LEFT
RIGHT
RIGHT
EFX 1
EFX 1
EFX 2
EFX 2
AUX 1
AUX 1
AUX 2
AUX 2
PFL L
PFL L
PFL R
PFL R
AFL L
AFL L
AFL R
AFL R
S UM
SUM
SU M
AFL
AFL
REC _L
MINI STEREO
REC _R
AFL
S UM
CUE_A
CUE_A
CUE_A
CUE_A
CUE_P
SUM
SUM
S UM
SUM
S UM
S UM
NONI 1
FADER
R
L
60 - - - 160Hz
LPF
MONO
FADER
MAIN
FADER
ZONE 2/
CONTROL ROOM
+48V
L
R
ST A
AUX1
A UX 1
MON O
PA
PA
M O NO
AUX2
BRIDGE
ST B
GLOBAL +48V
PHONES
PHANTOM POWER SUPPLY
SWITCHING
POWER SUPPLY
R
L
ZONE 2
CONTROL
LED DRIVE
12V LAMP
AFL
EQ ON
MAIN/AUX 1
10 BAND GEQ L
40 - - - - - - - 16KHz
10 BAND GEQ R
40 - - - - - - - 16KHz
ZONE2
PFL/AFL
FADER
MONI 2
CTRL ROOM/
PHONES
CUE_A
12VDC
90~260VAC 50/60Hz
A UX 2
E FX 1
EFX 2
PROTECT
MO N O
AUX 1
MAIN L
P_AMP_INL/BG
300W
200W
100W
P_AMP_INR
300W
200W
100W
MAIN R
1+
1-
2+
2-
A
B
BRIDGE
2+
1+
1-
2-
LIMIT
LIMITER A
LIMIT
L IM IT E R B
A_PARALLEL
1+/1-:A
2+/2-:B
1+/2+:BRIDGE
2+
B SPEAKON
B_PARALLEL
A/B BRIDGE SPEAKON
1+
1-
2-
PLUS
/ K-16
PLUS
/ K-12
PLUS
LINE:+34~-10dB
LINE
COMBO
INSERT
LOW CUT
75Hz
CHANNEL 1 TO THE CHANNEL 8
MIC:+60~+16dB
STEREO CHANNEL
LINE:+34~-10dB
10 R
9L(MONO)
MIC
HA
16 PROGRAMS
DS P
BFR
BFR
BFR
BFR
CHANNEL 9L(MONO)/10R TO THE CHANNEL 11(MONO)/12R
+48V
ST RTN 1
L(MONO)
R
ST RTN 2 SAME AS ST RTN 1
L
R
MINI STEREO
TAPE INPUT
ON/OFF
FOOT SW
TAP DELAY
PROGRAM
CUE_P
POWERPOD 1860
24
TAP
TAP
PARAMETER
STAND-BY
TO PURCHASE ADDITIONAL PHONIC GEAR AND ACCESSORIES
To purchase Phonic gear and optional accessories, contact any authorized Phonic distributor. For
a list of Phonic distributors please visit our website at www.phonic.com and click on Get Gear. You
may also contact Phonic directly and we will assist you in locating a distributor near you.
SERVICE AND REPAIR
Phonic has over 100 service centers worldwide. 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 www.phonic.com.
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 tempering 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.
CUSTOMER SERVICE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
We encourage you to visit our online help at http://www.phonic.com/help/. 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.
Phonic America Corporation
6103 Johns Road, #7
Tampa, FL 33634
(813) 890-8872
[email protected]
http://www.phonic.com
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