PD PDM-C405A Bluetooth 4 Channel Mixer Amplifier

Regular Price £169.00 Special test Price £140.00
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PD PDM-C405A Bluetooth 4 Channel Mixer Amplifier
( DDA0933 )

( DDA0933 )

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Regular Price £169.00 Special test Price £140.00
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Key Features

  • 200W RMS Power/400W Max Power
  • 4 channels with balanced XLR microphone inputs, 3 unbalanced line inputs with 1/4 inch (6.35mm) jack inputs and 1 stereo RCA / Phono line input
  • Bluetooth receiver for wireless audio streaming and built in MP3 media player with USB and SD playback, complete with remote control
  • Powerful fan cooled stereo 2x100W RMS output with 3 band adjustable EQ and onboard echo effects for the microphone channels
  • Strong wooden construction with classic carpet finish weighing just 6.5kg so easy to transport

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Product Description

This PD PDM-C405A is a 4-channel mixer with amplifier built in. It suits a number of different applications, like Live PA, DJ, musicians, bands and other PA purposes. Each input channel has separate bass and treble control as well as an individual level control per channel.

Power Dynamics include a built-in echo effect generator which has adjustable time and repeat options and the level can be set for each channel individually. The PD PDM-C405A unit is built in a strong and sturdy case that will protect the mixer both onstage and during transport.

  • 4 Balanced microphone inputs
  • 3 Unbalanced line inputs (6.3mm Jack)
  • 1 Stereo line input (RCA)
  • AUX input to connect any music player
  • Echo effect generator
  • Bass and treble control for each channel
  • RCA Tape in/out
  • 3-Band equalizer
  • Built-in 800W Amplifier
  • Built-in MP3 player with digital display
  • Bluetooth receiver for audio streaming
  • Output: 800W music
  • Output Power: 8 Ohms: 2 x 70W RMS
  • Output Power: 4 Ohms: 2 x 100W RMS
  • Frequency response: 50Hz - 20kHz
  • Power supply: 100-240VAC / 50-60Hz
  • Dimensions: 475 x 230 x 140mm
  • Weight: 6.5kg
  • MPN: 171.157
Customer Reviews
Product Questions
What speakers do you recommend with this amp? Do I need passive or powered speakers?
Question by: Keith on 11 Jul 2020, 17:13
Something like a pair of the SL8 (BBA0585) speakers would be fine for this amplifier, you need passive speakers, preferably lower powered ones
Answer by: Russell Nie on 13 Jul 2020, 10:26
how do i change the channel
Question by: shane crabbe on 12 Jul 2020, 15:18
Good morning,

Thanks for your enquiry, I'm not sure I follow what it is you are enquiring, if you email info@electromarket.co.uk with details of your query then we will be able to help you further.

Kind Regards

Answer by: Russell Nie on 13 Jul 2020, 09:33
Can multiple speakers be connected to all the output connection at the back with different inpedances.
Say 2 x Speakon connections to 8hom speakers and 2 x 6.35mm jacks to 2 x 4ohm Speakers (example 2 x 4ohm active subwoofers)??
Question by: James on 27 Aug 2020, 06:41
with this product you could utilize both the speakon and 1/4" Jack outputs to run 4 speakers although you would need all speakers at 8 Ohms, this amplifier will only run at 8 or 4 Ohms so available configurations

2 X 8 ohm @ 8 ohm
4 X 8 ohm @ 4 ohm
2 X 4 ohm @ 4 ohm
Answer by: Kris Wold on 27 Aug 2020, 09:17
Just bought the c405a package. What lead do i need to connect my laptop please.
Question by: Mark Hopkinson on 26 Apr 2023, 00:12
That amplifier has several different line inputs, so for a laptop you can either use a 3.5mm to 3.5mm jack lead such as this - https://electromarket.co.uk/pd-connex-cable-3-5mm-stereo-mini-jack-male-plug-audio-lead-headphone-aux-mp3-3m

or a 3.5mm to Stereo RCA lead like this - https://electromarket.co.uk/skytronic-cable-3-5-stereo-2rca-2-5m

We have different lengths of each type available - https://electromarket.co.uk/cables/audio-signal-cables
Answer by: Glenn Newton on 26 Apr 2023, 09:19
Hi, I’m connecting a DJ controller (pioneer xdj-rx3) what lead will I need? The controller has both RCA and/or XLR master outputs, as options.
Then where abouts on the amp would I plug this lead into?
Question by: Keiron West on 26 Apr 2023, 15:03
You are limited with this particular amplifier as it is intended for more general PA use rather than DJ work. The simplest connection for you will be a standard stereo RCA to RCA cable, which can go into the line input on channel 4, located on the front panel.

We have several lengths and quality levels of RCA to RCA cable available here - https://electromarket.co.uk/cables/audio-signal-cables
Answer by: Glenn Newton on 26 Apr 2023, 15:28