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Mackie TT24
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Mackie TT24

Digital Mixer from Mackie .

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Mackie TT24Published on 06/16/06 at 06:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
For technical specifications, see the complete prcedents relativements opinion.

USE

RAS

SONORITS

Suitable

NOTICE GLOBAL

We used it once and we met worries output levels of the groups / matrices. Apparently this is normal ... (no comment).
In short, attention to levels that arrive on the amps ...

I'm amazed the opinion of ODIS, apparently he got lucky, or it works for Mackie because tonnament his opinion is the first speech he made on the site of audiofanzine. (Just see its listing date and interventions).

This results even when several TT24 products (particulirement one we used) appear to have worries. (Even a friend of Odis) ...
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For technical specifications, see the complete prcedents relativements opinion.

USE

RAS

SONORITS

Suitable

NOTICE GLOBAL

We used it once and we met worries output levels of the groups / matrices. Apparently this is normal ... (no comment).
In short, attention to levels that arrive on the amps ...

I'm amazed the opinion of ODIS, apparently he got lucky, or it works for Mackie because tonnament his opinion is the first speech he made on the site of audiofanzine. (Just see its listing date and interventions).

This results even when several TT24 products (particulirement one we used) appear to have worries. (Even a friend of Odis)
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Mackie TT24Published on 06/14/06 at 02:35
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The technical specifications of the console are none.
We are facing a console that allows us to numrique Manir a simple, fast and hyper Flxible to work in a fawn trs instinctive that one is a novice or professional audio .

The ergonomics and interface are well trs tudies accder to enable fast, simple and above all the menus on the console. In addition, the TT24 has many CHARACTERISTICS default is, IN 24 Analog, 24 Digital In, 8 Line Input supplmentaires, 12 auxiliary (which is standard for this range of console) on which we find the processing (EQ, Comp), 8 Out Matrix (for returns or Broadcast) and a fairly complete numrique Tage (AES / SPDIF / WC / ADAT).
And the famous TOPV that......
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The technical specifications of the console are none.
We are facing a console that allows us to numrique Manir a simple, fast and hyper Flxible to work in a fawn trs instinctive that one is a novice or professional audio .

The ergonomics and interface are well trs tudies accder to enable fast, simple and above all the menus on the console. In addition, the TT24 has many CHARACTERISTICS default is, IN 24 Analog, 24 Digital In, 8 Line Input supplmentaires, 12 auxiliary (which is standard for this range of console) on which we find the processing (EQ, Comp), 8 Out Matrix (for returns or Broadcast) and a fairly complete numrique Tage (AES / SPDIF / WC / ADAT).
And the famous TOPV that allow us to quickly view certain paramtres (Pan, Meter, to, HPF, Trim).

For the processing aspect, I find the expertise Mackie. On each slice of Eq (4 parameters) + a 31-band EQ on the RS, access to a full dynamic Tage (Gate and Comp), and of course I find FFECTS more than respectable for a console This category of.

UTILIZATION

The VAS is particularly well put together ...

There are technicians who have stiffly and inform you on the best use of the product, and the least trouble on the console, providing a rel problem tracking down the RESOLUTION.

Ingnieur a friend, bought one recently, and bad luck, he obviously had a problem ...... I know, the console does change within 48 hours with an r el followed by his problem by technicians at Mackie.

And since everything is working ...... Enjoy!!

SOUNDS

Nothing wrong on the aspect conversion and processing, can be a BMOL with the effect library available ..... hoping that new algorithms will be available on future update.

OVERALL OPINION

Besides the fact that I trust this brand for several years, I find that this product is particularly Russia, and Mackie, compared to other brand Yamaha type, has our answer to the needs of Eng DSIR engineers that a reliable, enjoyable to use, and compact.

And what I prfere foremost, it really is the CASC, which are simple and quick ..... no time, no one seeks a function.

And vis vis the current market or all the brands are an incredible competition, the TT24 is unbeatable in report / quality prices ..... It has a console 48 channels for only just over 7000 !

For my part, I have used sound to benefit in several shows ......... What happiness :-)
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Mackie TT24Published on 07/13/06 at 00:13
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I had the opportunity to fly over and I had a favorite.
The sound seemed fine, very dynamic.
The ergonomics of the console being logical.

The only problem is the alarm signals launched by some of you. Signals that I could verrifier for now. Indeed dissymmetry of matrix outputs and unbalanced signal instead of symmetric or poorly calibrated electrical signal to the auxiliary outputs are unacceptable results for a console that price.

I like the console but before I acquire one think Mackie should provide a real answer to the users by correcting the shot from a technical and possibly tarfaire (FYI the ddx 3216 was offered for sale at its launch in 2300 euros, two years after it......
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I had the opportunity to fly over and I had a favorite.
The sound seemed fine, very dynamic.
The ergonomics of the console being logical.

The only problem is the alarm signals launched by some of you. Signals that I could verrifier for now. Indeed dissymmetry of matrix outputs and unbalanced signal instead of symmetric or poorly calibrated electrical signal to the auxiliary outputs are unacceptable results for a console that price.

I like the console but before I acquire one think Mackie should provide a real answer to the users by correcting the shot from a technical and possibly tarfaire (FYI the ddx 3216 was offered for sale at its launch in 2300 euros, two years after it occurs between 600 and 700 euros new).
Without wishing to compare these two material, research costs, marketing advice on positioning, but I am convinced that Infinia, made in China, the margins of the Mackie TT24 is colossal.

UTILIZATION

See above

SOUNDS

See above

OVERALL OPINION

See above
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Mackie TT24Published on 08/28/06 at 11:31
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The stability of faders (or initialization) is smiling especially if we already used in other products.

If two units are coupled, touch a single fader to mount or descend, or you will meet nine times out of 10 total blockage of the two faders (which generates a non-stress négligeablable live)

As others are found, the levels of output groups do not correspond to anything. It must be tinkering to solve

No direct out jack for each. The literature reports a DIY about it (the first drive a jack on the insert .... Crant) It's too bad for a console Live because it is very useful to save a live multipise.

UTILIZATION

Interesting

SOUNDS

The equs are good, for there must be......
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The stability of faders (or initialization) is smiling especially if we already used in other products.

If two units are coupled, touch a single fader to mount or descend, or you will meet nine times out of 10 total blockage of the two faders (which generates a non-stress négligeablable live)

As others are found, the levels of output groups do not correspond to anything. It must be tinkering to solve

No direct out jack for each. The literature reports a DIY about it (the first drive a jack on the insert .... Crant) It's too bad for a console Live because it is very useful to save a live multipise.

UTILIZATION

Interesting

SOUNDS

The equs are good, for there must be against the hand to settle with the pots (even if not change the sensitivity of pots)
Indeed there is a fine adjustment to 2K and suddenly we find ourselves at 500Hz becaufe moved a little faster than expected.
This requires a very good habit.

OVERALL OPINION

It is a console that you can not make my mind in a circuit loc, or even give it to a technician's eyes closed. She has many interesting advantages.
But the purchase of this product is a choice to roughly reflect, even if you think do the job of the century concnernant the price. (Anyway anyone can get it at a price well below retail price)
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  • Manufacturer: Mackie
  • Model: TT24
  • Category: Digital Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 12/25/2005

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Other names: tt24, tt 24

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