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How to get echo effects

Hi, We run a small conference room and use a Inter-M PAM 120 Mixer Amplifier, Public Address Amp to transmit speeches, Is there anyway i could get echo effects on this amp? or how do i go about doing this. I thank you in advance. Regards Koli

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  • koli Oct 08, 2007

    try the treble

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Try putting the bass down

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