Mackie launches its most affordable mixers
Mackie introduces the new Mix series of analog mixers, with three compact and affordable models.
The new Mackie Mix series features three mixers, the 5-channel Mix5, 8-channel Mix8 and 12-channel with 12 effects Mix12FX.
Theses three entry-level mixers ($159 for the largest model) are compact and lightweight yet rugged so they can be easily transported and all the connections are installed on the front panel (except the power plug).
Details of each mixer:
- Mix5: 1 mic/line input with mic preamp, 2-band EQ and phantom power, separate XLR and 1/4” jack inputs ; 2 1/4” jack line level inputs, RCA stereo inputs and outputs for playback and recording, 1/4” L/R main outputs, headphone output with dedicated volume. US pricing announced is $69.99.
- Mix8: 2 XLR and 1/4” mic/line inputs with mic preamps and phantom power, pano, level and clipping indicator ; 2 line inputs ; 3-band EQ on each channel, aux send with stereo returns, RCA inputs and outputs, L/R main outputs, headphone and stereo Control Room outputs. US pricing: $109.99
- Mix12FX: 4 XLR and 1/4” jack mic/line inputs with 3-band EQ, 75Hz low-cut filter, pan, level, clipping indicator and phantom power ; 4 line inputs with +4/-10dB operation, balance, level and clipping indicator ; 12 built-in effets (reverbs, chorus and delays), stereo RCA inputs/outputs, L/R main outputs with 60mm fader, stereo headphone and Control Room outputs. US price: $159.99
The new Mackie Mix mixers are expected this month at authorized dealers. Visit mix.mackie.com for more info.
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