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

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  • TrantorTrantor

    Gets the job done, cheap

    Mackie TH-12APublished on 03/28/14 at 03:58
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    I bought a pair of these speakers for background music of the local repet. The idea was to make the voices and keyboard pass on.

    I was seduced by the brand and price, it's stupid but it was the Mackie ... for cheap, even if we know we are clearly in a Chinese generic product réestampillé, we say that Mackie can not afford to shed his image with anything.
    They are light (12kg) and small enough, the finish is perfect and it's tough.

    Side functionality, integrated 3-way equalizer is really a plus. As the mixer also came out of the sound of other speakers, it helps balance the whole.

    The power is there, we never pushed the volume and it covered well the drummer and guitar amplifiers.…
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    I bought a pair of these speakers for background music of the local repet. The idea was to make the voices and keyboard pass on.

    I was seduced by the brand and price, it's stupid but it was the Mackie ... for cheap, even if we know we are clearly in a Chinese generic product réestampillé, we say that Mackie can not afford to shed his image with anything.
    They are light (12kg) and small enough, the finish is perfect and it's tough.

    Side functionality, integrated 3-way equalizer is really a plus. As the mixer also came out of the sound of other speakers, it helps balance the whole.

    The power is there, we never pushed the volume and it covered well the drummer and guitar amplifiers. The rendering is good too. If you want to nitpick, they lack a bit of shine but they are PA speakers, it's not hi-fi or studio. But I had a Behringer Eurolive system, and clearly these more detailed and dynamic Mackie.
    On the occasion, to test, they were made to collect the low, it holds up without vibrating, it is not ugly but it is not really their forte.

    A remake, I do not see any competition for the price. It was something that holds up in rehearsal, in return, or for a small room.
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  • iansorcereriansorcerer

    Not bad ...

    Mackie TH-12APublished on 02/11/14 at 03:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I've only used a few months because they were not suitable for the use that I had.

    I have not tried the speaker before heap of whaferdale, prodipe, and worked on the turbo sound.

    The speakers are built with practical handles are not too heavy, and give a feeling of strength. An equalizer at the rear.

    Speakers have breath at rest as many active speakers, which have no noticeable as soon as you turn up the sound. They also have a trigger, which is a bit confusing at first, the sound starts with a blast when threshold is crossed, so not listening at low volume, they are not made for that. The sound is good, quite dynamic.

    These are small speakers, so make for sound, in addition to …
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    I've only used a few months because they were not suitable for the use that I had.

    I have not tried the speaker before heap of whaferdale, prodipe, and worked on the turbo sound.

    The speakers are built with practical handles are not too heavy, and give a feeling of strength. An equalizer at the rear.

    Speakers have breath at rest as many active speakers, which have no noticeable as soon as you turn up the sound. They also have a trigger, which is a bit confusing at first, the sound starts with a blast when threshold is crossed, so not listening at low volume, they are not made for that. The sound is good, quite dynamic.

    These are small speakers, so make for sound, in addition to a larger system, or back. Good value for money, it's Mackie.

    With experience, no I would not have bought them because they did not fit my use. But having seen them work in sound to the person to whom I have sold, so this is a good choice.
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