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Mackie FRS 1300
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Mackie FRS 1300

Dual-Channel Power Amp from Mackie belonging to the FRS series.

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«  quite correct »

Published on 01/03/12 at 03:50
Two years ago I use it occasionally as a complement rather than 3 QSC. I basically concur with the previous opinion except that I paid much more expensive. However, I notice a big difference in power between a use 8ohms and 4 ohms. power seems to be almost doubled from 4 to 8. It It also supports 2 ohms but I see no difference in power compared to 4 ohms. Test 2 ohms for 8 hours, it fits perfectly without flinching, it heats up just a little more but the fans are working.
So it into 4 ohms it will give the best of himself with a good constant power, well-rounded bass, excellent midrange, and treble suffisamments clear.
Good versatile amp but I think at the price which I paid (499 €), you can do better but it's still quality Mackie, very correct and sound.
This amp is no longer in the catalog and I think it's a good choice occasion.
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