[Musikmesse] Mackie updates its SRM350/450
Mackie introduced at Musikmesse 2014 the new generation of the SRM 350 and 450 amplified portable loudspeakers.
The edition 2014 of the Mackie SRM 350 and 450 has been completely redesigned, with a modern all-black look, and a more powerful 1000W amplifier. You can choose between four operation modes (presets) for easier installation in the venue and a feedback suppressor, with built-in filters, is also included.
Each model features a two-channel mixer with Wide-Z inputs to connect instruments directly.
Both SRM 350 and SRM 450 also benefit from a DSP processor for room correction (patented), and phase and time alignement tools.
These two new loudspeakers will be available Q2, 2014, the SRM 350 will have a price of $519.99 and the $629.99 for the SRM 450.
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