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Mackie srm450

MACKIE SRM450

THE MACKIE SRM450 IS A 2-WAY BIAMPLIFIED POWERED SPEAKER THAT PROVIDES GREAT ONSTAGE SOUND TO BANDS AND ARTISTS ALIKE.

The Mackie SRM450 is a powered speaker that is portable and easy to use, requiring no external power for operation. Its many features make it a great choice for both bands and artists alike.

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Mackie hr824 Active Studio Monitors

Mackie hr824 Active Studio Monitors

Ah, conventional wisdom. Is it to be trusted in something so personal as a studio monitor? I usually listen to the conventional wisdom with only one ear open and a “show me” attitude, but I was definitely curious when it came to the Mackie HR824 studio monitors. I guess I was just about the last person in the world to have a listen to the HR824’s, but given that I’d heard nothing but positives in the two or so years that they’d been on the market, I was anxious to finally give them a try in a surround situation. So I set five of them up for a Neil Young project (Live In Berlin — 1984) that I was doing and we were off. read more…

Mackie HDR-24/96 Hard Disk Recorder. At last, a DAW that’s more recorder, less hard disk

Mackie HDR-24/96 Hard Disk Recorder. At last, a DAW that’s more recorder, less hard disk

While there has been a much needed evolution in the search for the ultimate surround mixdown machine, a dedicated unit still doesn’t exist that has truly become a standard. As a result, many engineers have recently begun to record back to a DAW for surround delivery. While this might work for some, not everyone is in the DAW camp yet, as some long for a dedicated recording device. Why? Well, how about the stability that comes with a dedicated box? How about the ease of use? How about never having to worry about system conflicts? How about a unit for people who are computer-phobic? These reasons speak volumes, and when you add these with many features that are also standard fare on software DAWs, you get the Mackie HDR-24/96, a dedicated hard disk recorder/editor that packs a powerful technical punch for a modest amount of money. read more…

Mackie hr626 and hrs150. Solid surround monitoring together or apart.

Mackie hr626 and hrs150. Solid surround monitoring together or apart.

Mackie made quite a splash when they introduced their HR824 powered monitors. Still popular, the HR824 has been joined in the line by additional models — the smaller HRS624 and the, well, different HR626. The HR626 has the appearance of a home theater center channel monitor when laid on its longer side — though, at near 20×9 inches, it has some size advantage on the average center channel speaker. The other unique feature is the symmetry of two 6.7-inch woofers on either side of a 1-inch dome tweeter. read more…

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