Mackie 1202-VLZ Pro
Mackie 1202-VLZ Pro

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

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powerchordfx 01/27/2003

Mackie 1202-VLZ Pro : powerchordfx's user review


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Mixer 8 tracks trs well think: it possde ncessaires all connections (RCA Jack, XLR + fantme power, 75Hz low-cut filter) to coordinate his home studio.

The three qualiseur bandwidth allows fast calibration for each track.

The inputs and outputs are well positioned: allowing the console to stay clear even after trs connected instruments.

The VLZ Systm (low impdance) makes almost no breath (you really have any background or to abuse the qualiseur).


Operation is simple: everything is described on the mixer. If we do not do things trs particulires, the record remains in the Tagrera.

A really gniale and practice, the MUTE tracks referring to an output cuts rather than cutting btement. What was the point? If you are like me an expander (or gnrateur effects?) That between one to add effects, the mixer will allow you to send multiple tracks simultaneously on this between and you can handle and these tracks with the same effect.

In short, in use, this mixer is really well done.

The manual is well organized: it works Fawn visual. That said, for novices mix, there are functions that are not easy to understand (my Premire mixer).


The sounds are good trs. The table does not add coloration.

On each volume knob, there is a representative (U) that gives you the unity gain: this repre gives the position o the breath is the lowest (if you hear it, think plutt change your amp).

The qualiseur is sensitive and prcis. It should most sound but lacks a little clear for classical sound.


I use this mixer for a little less than a year in home studio, it's really the best!

Qualitprix related, it is great. The reputable brand is even on the product of class (no need to target the premium for the quality. Do not hesitate to buy it!

If one day I have to change the mixer, it will srement for a lack of tracks, I would not hsiter a Mackie 16.4 VLZ Pro ...