Mackie 1202-VLZ Pro
Mackie 1202-VLZ Pro

1202-VLZ Pro, Analog Mixer from Mackie in the VLZ Pro series.

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Daddy Abdel 10/18/2005

Mackie 1202-VLZ Pro : Daddy Abdel's user review


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• Inputs: 4 mono + 4 stereo
• Output: XLR
• Corrections: Grave 15dB / 12dB Medium / Treble 15dB
• Channels: 8
• Fader: Rotary
• Dimensions: 285 x 70 x 300
• Auxiliary: 2 departures monos / stereos Returns 2
• Sub groups: 2
• Connections: Insert the mono channels.


The 1202-VLZ Pro is easy to use. The manual is clear enough but you can do without if you have already tasted a console.


Do not seek most is one of the best analog consoles like that. Mackie has also proven its expertise. I use it for 3 years. At first I hesitated between the VLZ and VLZ-1202-1402 because of faders. Even if they are absent on the 1202, the console is still respectable. The sound quality can work on serious projects. The table was well thought out, with all the bells and whistles, most of Mackie. It can even give a certain sound quality to the sound passing through them, the potato in respect of certain instruments (with my MP-7, I am filled) ... As for the legendary breath, I have not personally. And as with any good decision requires good voice preamps, Mackie again provides. I got a sound quality that I would not think to obtain with the XM8500 Behringer. Nothing to say!


This is certainly not a digital console, a console to do everything, but an analog console and see what it can do as such, I can not give a lower score. Some may find my opinion pro-Mackie but I give an opinion resulting from a comparison with other consoles of the same type of satisfaction that few consoles can provide. Chapeau!