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Powered PA Speaker Cabinet from Mackie belonging to the SRM series.

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  • sub-mansub-man

    Mackie SRM450Published on 04/23/05 at 05:23
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    Too bad the last years Mackie put against the Chinese hp rcf in precedentes pregnant earlier versions amazing happens has become irritating with hp m ....
  • npaudionpaudio

    Mackie SRM450Published on 02/11/06 at 00:43
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    Hello,
    I am the Mackie distributor for Northern France, and I walked by chance this page I Hic on Article prcedent.
    First before esclafer me the qualities of this or not pregnant, I must admit that I am surprised by this anti-Chinese racism ... My PowerBook 17 or my iPod, which make many envious for their manufacturing quality, are manufactured in China. Products increasingly prestigious are actually the bottom - for reasons of empty cot -In concrete example, let's look eg. VW Golf car. the Last has a big part of its production in the depths of the countries of the TSE. If you were to buy one, you'd be nostalgic for the Golf I or II? Recall that it is one of the most sold cars in the wo…
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    Hello,
    I am the Mackie distributor for Northern France, and I walked by chance this page I Hic on Article prcedent.
    First before esclafer me the qualities of this or not pregnant, I must admit that I am surprised by this anti-Chinese racism ... My PowerBook 17 or my iPod, which make many envious for their manufacturing quality, are manufactured in China. Products increasingly prestigious are actually the bottom - for reasons of empty cot -In concrete example, let's look eg. VW Golf car. the Last has a big part of its production in the depths of the countries of the TSE. If you were to buy one, you'd be nostalgic for the Golf I or II? Recall that it is one of the most sold cars in the world;-) then good ... Made in Italy, made in Tartempion ... I sold RCF for 5 years and I sell MACKIE 6 years, I see the RESULTS .... Today, RCF has t ratchet DB Technologies manufactures while .... India, if you say sth. Then compare their respective products and we hear about it:-) A sticker behind a pregnant remains a sticker ... For the SRM, I said a particulirement the accuracy of all information visible: http: //www.wmaker.net/nicolas/%95-La-Nouvelle-SRM-450-!_a127.html (https://www.wmaker.net/nicolas/%95-La-Nouvelle-SRM-450-) .dropoff window Actually the new and the old "sound" differently. I do not see what there is to pjoratif! Currently the new SRM has a much better quality on the part ague - which dfavorise can be serious ... But in acoustics, Backline - or a large demand serious - goes through a ... Subwoofer! Thanks a dlocalise manufacturing, prices speakers and Sub largely so Diminu better purchasing power. In short, given our stat. sales, the SRM still has bright future and business users are always satisfied! Friendly. Nicolas - http://www.mackiefrance.com/
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  • djfreezdjfreez

    Mackie SRM450Published on 02/17/06 at 22:01
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    RESPONSE dealer
    I don not have the SRM 450 but SR1530, it is marked Made in China. It took me pick of the First start-up, to see what she had in the box the two plastic output down, I do not know how it's called, it's the end of two Tutau down.
    then China or not, this is just the wrong control ......................!
  • Trand_27Trand_27

    Viva Italia!

    Mackie SRM450Published on 10/30/13 at 03:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Purchased there over 10 years ago, Italian style.

    I wanted a good sound, not necessarily watts galore, but also good quality.
    I my bearings on a good pair of "banana" Bose 802. Sound terrible of course, but off-budget (and without a subwoofer, yet essential with these corny)
    I was offered the Mackies in the budget with the subwoofer, tested, adopted!

    Pros: The sound, I use filtered with subwoofer (Mackie SWA 1501 purchased at the same time) for large parties, the sound is terrible, clean enough (obviously must equalize, as they are quite accurate and can quickly become aggressive for once). And strength, she made evening outside, connected to an old generator, on a beach at all po…
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    Purchased there over 10 years ago, Italian style.

    I wanted a good sound, not necessarily watts galore, but also good quality.
    I my bearings on a good pair of "banana" Bose 802. Sound terrible of course, but off-budget (and without a subwoofer, yet essential with these corny)
    I was offered the Mackies in the budget with the subwoofer, tested, adopted!

    Pros: The sound, I use filtered with subwoofer (Mackie SWA 1501 purchased at the same time) for large parties, the sound is terrible, clean enough (obviously must equalize, as they are quite accurate and can quickly become aggressive for once). And strength, she made evening outside, connected to an old generator, on a beach at all possible volume RAS! One is cut once (thermal protection), but I had really pushed (200 people in a gym). 10 minutes later, here we go nickel.

    The -: are heavy (but the handles are damn good)

    I remake this choice without problem! I've had quite expensive I guess, but reported the good services they have rendered me (and they still make me) it was worth it.
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  • lololuppinlololuppin

    Catastrophic!

    Mackie SRM450Published on 09/14/12 at 11:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do not own these speakers but sometimes I troubleshoot an orchestra that has two back and two front coupled with a sub of the same brand and the sound is disastrous in any case for me it sounds cardboard it is not pleasant at all to hear the sound of these speakers. I do not know the price of these speakers but whatever it is it will be too expensive for my taste.
  • MGR/DJKevinquinnMGR/DJKevinquinn

    Mackie SRM 450

    Mackie SRM450Published on 01/17/04 at 15:00
    I purchased my Mackie SRM450 speakers after an exhaustive search for something to provide my DJ business with quality and reliability. They often list for close to $700.00, however with some leg work, I was able to get the price down to $600.00.

    These speakers are active. They have the amplifiers built right in! This si great for the mobile DJ who won't have to carry around a seperate (and heavy) amplifier. Plus, the sound is rich, and smooth. They have a wide dispersion pattern, making the whole room seem to fill up with music (not just in front of the speakers). Because they have amps built in, I'm not worried about blowing these speakers.

    They don't have a whole lot of Bass. I…
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    I purchased my Mackie SRM450 speakers after an exhaustive search for something to provide my DJ business with quality and reliability. They often list for close to $700.00, however with some leg work, I was able to get the price down to $600.00.

    These speakers are active. They have the amplifiers built right in! This si great for the mobile DJ who won't have to carry around a seperate (and heavy) amplifier. Plus, the sound is rich, and smooth. They have a wide dispersion pattern, making the whole room seem to fill up with music (not just in front of the speakers). Because they have amps built in, I'm not worried about blowing these speakers.

    They don't have a whole lot of Bass. I pair mine with a seperate sub-woofer when I need that extra punch. Plus, for crowds larger than 250 to 300, you really need more power. I am also concerned about the cost of repair. I have never had any problems, but if something were to go wrong with this unit, they are more expensive to replace than a stand-alone speaker, or amplifier. They are also a bit pricey, but well worth the investment!

    The unit is molded plastic, and is very sturdy. It has three handles (one on each side, and one on the top) for convenient transport. The biggest thing that impressed me about the look and construction is the sheer sturdyness of it. These things are made to me hauled around, and can stand a lot of abuse!

    If you are a mobile or club DJ, these are the perfect speakers for most of your applications. They are durable, sound great, and require no external amplifier. I would reccomend them to anyone who does a lot of travel with them, because they are rugged. The quality is worth the investment.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/DaveMGR/Dave

    Mackie SRM 450

    Mackie SRM450Published on 08/08/03 at 15:00
    Acquired new at the standard price of $699 per speaker, for use as keyboard amplification in a rather loud rock band that plays clubs with audiences of 50-200.

    These speakers are powered, which eliminates the need for a powered mixer. (I just use a small non-powered mixer to mix the keyboards). They are also reasonably lightweight, being housed in plastic, compared with most of the plywood-housed PA speakers on the market.

    The sound is totally overrated, in my opinion. The high end is decent and fairly clear. However the low end severely lacks power and sounds harsh in comparison with other similarly priced units. I am really disappointed with these and will either have to add a subw…
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    Acquired new at the standard price of $699 per speaker, for use as keyboard amplification in a rather loud rock band that plays clubs with audiences of 50-200.

    These speakers are powered, which eliminates the need for a powered mixer. (I just use a small non-powered mixer to mix the keyboards). They are also reasonably lightweight, being housed in plastic, compared with most of the plywood-housed PA speakers on the market.

    The sound is totally overrated, in my opinion. The high end is decent and fairly clear. However the low end severely lacks power and sounds harsh in comparison with other similarly priced units. I am really disappointed with these and will either have to add a subwoofer to get adequate low end, or will have to sell them and buy speakers with 15" woofers instead.

    Plastic housing, seems to be fairly resistant to dings and scratches.

    Way overpriced and overrated. You will need to add a subwoofer to get what you really want out of these speakers.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Christou$Christou$

    Mackie SRM450Published on 10/07/03 at 02:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    C c are the top active speakers!
    I use it recently. Grows well when sending a sound without distortions that break the ears when the block. The sound volume is low trs trs is crystal clear it looks like the Hifi salon! However when I put them in the room rpt 'well mean a lot of steam when the enclosure is same as the industry sector, and drives me crazy as much noise! Mackie for the fucks wrong. But this opinion on the matter may be erroneous not having heard other speakers of this type and this power, all APRS c a pregnant utiiser 400W it should be as such ... and not as a forum for monitoring oops! ;-)

    The enclosure is very well think the rear panel is a MODEL of the genre there are …
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    C c are the top active speakers!
    I use it recently. Grows well when sending a sound without distortions that break the ears when the block. The sound volume is low trs trs is crystal clear it looks like the Hifi salon! However when I put them in the room rpt 'well mean a lot of steam when the enclosure is same as the industry sector, and drives me crazy as much noise! Mackie for the fucks wrong. But this opinion on the matter may be erroneous not having heard other speakers of this type and this power, all APRS c a pregnant utiiser 400W it should be as such ... and not as a forum for monitoring oops! ;-)

    The enclosure is very well think the rear panel is a MODEL of the genre there are all that is necessary (see spec in Mackie.com), is an all solid air trs Aesthetics in a form trs.

    I paid 800 unit (yes!) and in addition I was able to test them, so for me to c c a good quality price I remake that choice. The suggested retail price is now my taste but a good lev epu c Mackie, we get something for nothing.
    C So that's good for me!
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  • MoulinoMoulino

    Mackie SRM450Published on 05/25/04 at 04:04
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    Hi!
    As an amateur DJ, I wanted to pay me the sound. t have APRS dcourag prices by Bose (4500 euros for 2 "802" and an amp on sale !!!!).
    Discoveries I have these speakers by chance, I bought 3 months ago and I'm delighted! the sound of high quality trs immediately imposes a prsence tural. The most thundering is that the higher up the sound, the more it seems crystal!
    careful though, I had dj cuts (brves) to evening, apparently caused by moisture.
    Attention also to dlais delivery.
  • desjpdesjp

    Mackie SRM450Published on 07/19/04 at 06:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use the SRM 450 for two years and I find that the favorable opinions, Attributes this forum, are a little EXAGRES insofar as you must know that this one does not have a crystal clear sound plutt but aggressive in the treble and mdium ds that the "push" a bit. Moreover, on 4 speakers, two dj t "out". Good forum for all small venues, but especially not in collection outdoor.
    PRS 900 for such a forum so I parat EXAGRES .....
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