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Digital Mixer from Mackie belonging to the DL series

Mackie adds an 8 channel little brother to the DL1608 touch mixer and launches the DLM loudspeakers designed to be controlled by the DL mixers.

Like the DL1608, the DL806 8 channel mixer features full wireless control from the Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. The tablet inserts into the DL806 and shows all the mixing controls, while the iPhone and iPod Touch will allow remote control via the dedicated My Fader app.

DL806 main specifications:

  • 8 Onyx mic preamps
  • Cirrus Logic converters
  • 4 aux sends for monitor mixes
  • Master L/R output for mains
  • Choice of processing plug-ins
  • 4-band EQ, gate and compression on inputs
  • 31-band GEQ and comp/limiter on outputs
  • Global reverb and delay
  • Use up to 10 wireless devices simultaneously
  • Master Fader app for all iPad models
  • My Fader app for quick control from iPhone or iPod touch
  • PadLock feature locks down iPad for permanent installs
  • Industry standard Kensington lock secures mixer
  • RRP Inc. Vat of £719 / €899 

The Mackie DLM loudspeaker Series host a digital mixer with tools and system processing in a reduced form factor, with wireless mixing ability, choice of channel plug-ins and recall system. The DLM series includes two full range loudspeakers and a subwoofer.

DLM8:

  • Full range powered loudspeaker
  • 8″ LF woofer / 1.75″ HF compression driver
  • 2000W power Class-D amplification
  • TruSource DSP
  • DL2 Integrated Digital Mixer with 
  • One-touch digital mixer with OLED screen
  • Two input channels with FX
  • Independent channel level, 3-band EQ and effects control
  • 16 channel effects include reverb, chorus and delay
  • XLR/TRS combo and dual RCA connectors
  • Handles mic, line, stereo and instrument signals
  • Multi-band feedback destroyer
  • Six speaker modes
  • Alignment delay up to 300ms for delay stack, balcony, etc.
  • Three memory locations for instant venue setting recall
  • Smart Protect DSP dynamically protects amp/driver

DLM12 :

  • Full range powered loudspeaker:
  • 12″ LF woofer / 1.75″ HF
  • 2000W power Class-D amplification
  • TruSource DSP
  • DL2 Integrated Digital Mixer with 
  • one-touch digital mixer with OLED screen
  • Two input channels with FX
  • Independent channel level, 3-band EQ and effects control
  • 16 channel effects include reverb, chorus and delay
  • XLR/TRS combo and dual RCA connectors
  • Handles mic, line, stereo and instrument signals
  • Multi-band feedback destroyer
  • Six speaker modes
  • Alignment delay up to 300ms for delay stack, balcony, etc.
  • Three memory locations for instant venue setting recall
  • Smart Protect DSP dynamically protects amp/driver

DLM12S:

  • 12" powered subwoofer with 3" voice coil
  • Frequency extension down to 35Hz
  • 2000W power Class-D amplification
  • DLP Digital Processor
  • One-touch digital processor with bright OLED screen
  • Digital crossover with presets for use with DLM and SRM Series loudspeakers
  • Variable crossover control
  • Six total XLR connects for flexible I/O control   
  • Two line level inputs
  • Two full-range outputs for side fills, etc.
  • Two high-pass outputs for direct connection to DLM loudspeakers
  • Alignment delay up to 300ms for delay stack, balcony, etc.
  • Three memory locations for instant venue setting recall
  • Smart Protect DSP dynamically protects amp/driver 

Discover the DLM Series on www.mackie.com/products/dlmseries/lineup/.

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