i have used a phonic PA for a number of years. i find their product range to be in the beginner/entry level, but DSP is pretty lacking but no worse than similar products. i have not had any trouble with my Phonic PA(other than replacing the crappy speaker cable that came with it) but it is far from 'high quality'. i haven't really abused the system much, i have only used it lightly over the years, so there is a possibility they may not hold up under heavy gigging conditions (but i wouldn't worry too much about it.

i'd say from phonic's product line it is usable, durable, but not of overly high quality.
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