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Mackie, in conjunction with its Chinese distributor, Lee Sheng, announces the worldwide launch of the new ProFX16 and ProFX22 mixers at PALM China today.

Both new models are designed for “mid-sized venues and bands looking for a do-it-all live sound solution, ” according to Mackie.

 

Like other ProFX Series mixers, the new 16-channel ProFX16 and 22-channel ProFX22 feature Mackie’s preamps with LED metering and 60mm faders on each channel to keep levels in check. Every channel also features 3-band EQ. All ProFX mixers offer an integrated 32-bit RMFX effects processor with 16 FX and a 7-band graphic EQ for tuning of mains or monitors.

 

The built-in USB interface allows the user to record the show and stream back music for breaks or integration into the mix. The mixers come in steel chassis with protective ABS sidecheeks.


For more information on the new models, to locate a local dealer or to buy now online, visit the following links: ProFX16 Info, ProFX22 Info

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