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Mackie U.420

4+ Channel Mixer from Mackie belonging to the U. series.

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" Monumental Deception"

Mackie U.420Published on 07/17/11 at 08:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
No rack,
Jack inputs pff not even want to go if you want to know the specs, site management mackie

UTILIZATION

Simple manual so clear, so accessible functions.

4Entrées stereo output to your favorite DAW, super sucks.
Ditto if you want two stereo sories [history to have a preview] forget.

The loopback is not bad but ...

SOUNDS

So here's your chance to give an opinion edged.

After a month of use gentle, breath-General as soon as I increase the volume regardless of the selected track, the breath is even now no cable connected.

Back in service and trade against a Focusrite Saffire PRO 24 DSP.

The repair itself has recognized the weaknesses of this Mackie U420.
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No rack,
Jack inputs pff not even want to go if you want to know the specs, site management mackie

UTILIZATION

Simple manual so clear, so accessible functions.

4Entrées stereo output to your favorite DAW, super sucks.
Ditto if you want two stereo sories [history to have a preview] forget.

The loopback is not bad but ...

SOUNDS

So here's your chance to give an opinion edged.

After a month of use gentle, breath-General as soon as I increase the volume regardless of the selected track, the breath is even now no cable connected.

Back in service and trade against a Focusrite Saffire PRO 24 DSP.

The repair itself has recognized the weaknesses of this Mackie U420.
They told me bluntly said, "if you return, you will have the same problem after a while"

Even when I grip the first time, gave strong toy aspects made me doubt ... and for good reason

OVERALL OPINION

just one month of use to regret bitterly purchase.

A shame, connectors, low bill, no power button.

I understand why mackie no longer manufactures this table combo mix / firewire interface.

Too bad because the firewire works very well with a latency almost invisible.

This experience made me sick to mackie for life.

avoid like the plague if you want the stuff that lasts.
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  • Manufacturer: Mackie
  • Model: U.420
  • Series: U.
  • Category: 4+ Channel Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 10/03/2008

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