This is a SoundTech Digital Delay 308D Powered Mixer Amp with 8 channels (XLR and/or jack).
Model No: PC 308D
Serial No: K9304460
Each channel has controls for:
Hi & Lo EQ
The Master Section has:
A Graphic EQ section
Controls for: Monitor
EFX Send & Return
And sockets for:
Power Amp In & Out
Graphic In & Out
Output is 500w and the speaker sockets are labelled as 8 ohms.
Power lead is integral and was partially fastened to the back of the amp by previous owner to prevent undue stress on the lead.
General condition is pretty good, though obvious signs of wear and tear due to being used quite a lot. Quite a few of the knob 'inserts' are missing, too.
Used this regularly in band and duo contexts and it has nearly always performed superbly, especially with all the instruments and mics mixing through it. I say 'nearly always' because once or twice we had issues with severe fuzziness. Had it checked out some while back but they could find nothing wrong, so I suspect it's been a bit susceptible to ambient conditions because it hasn't been kept covered in the band's practice room. However, it's been in my spare room for a few weeks now and when I tried it immediately prior to listing it was working perfectly well. It's probably worth a clean-up, though, or a service. The Digital Delay section takes a little getting used to if you like a 'wet' sound for your mics but once you've played around with it to get your sound, it's actually pretty good.
Any questions, please let me know.
This is pretty damned heavy - I think because, being American (though made in Korea), it has a transformer built in - so postage is pretty much out of the question, I'm afraid. Collection in person seems to be the only option, though I'm happy to arrange a meet if it's within a practical distance. Let me know what you prefer. Alternatively, since one or two people have asked, you're more than welcome to arrange your own courier.
On 03-Jan-12 at 16:27:09 GMT, seller added the following information:
**Output is 500w and the speaker sockets are labelled as 8 ohms**.
****PLEASE NOTE: SINCERE APOLOGIES. HAVING JUST REDISCOVERED A DOWNLOADED MANUAL, I SEE I'VE MADE A MISTAKE HERE - 500w IS THE CONSUMPTION. THE MANUAL READS: "160 WATTS AT RMS 8 ohms OR 300 WATTS AT RMS 4 ohms". Very sorry. ***