All user reviews for the Mackie TH-15A
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What I like most about this product is the 300-watt class-D amplifier, and a 1" compression driver powered by a 100-watt class-A amplifier and also the phase-accurate electronic crossovers, time-aligned transducers, and digitally tuned EQ filters allow a high quality sound regarding the frequency vibration.
What I like about this product as well is the fact that this product is portable , easy to carry it anywhere if you're a traveling artist or singer.
I must mention the 400 watts of pure punchy power , a complex and great 15-inch high-precision woofer , a single XLR input , a great design that assures durability and a great look , 3 bends of parametric EQ with different mid frequency , 1-inch compression driver and a pole mountable.
My opinion about the value of price is satisfying , this product can be bought on amazon or ebay for around 350 $ , however the quality provided , the design that is extremely well made , is worth the money and even more.
Precision and quality of the sound is very pro , no matter in which range the speakers work , they do sound very rich and good , without any additional noise or bass trembling , and in the low register it sounds even better.
I've tried several models that are available on the market right now , however I always loved a high quality product that isn't expensive , it's movable , light , well designed, and this is exactly what I've been looking.
Knowing what I know , I would buy this product over and over again , mainly because of it's frequency response and light weight.
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JimboSpins's review"Great bass response"
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ericthegreat's review"Great for small venues"
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pierreblc91's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
In assets, I use RCF ART 312A, 315A and 312A mkII
the +: For 150w LF basses are pretty good present, 3 band equalizer
the -: very present midrange, treble a bit shrill not very nice, entry level high (be careful, very sensitive), handles!
The main fault my taste is the handles that are slots, you can not quite grasp the speakers, and handle more than the air that fragile!
The money is quite correct, the weight too, but I think you better save a little more and go on FCR art, which for me is good value, weight and price almost unbeatable, and bruised necessarily much slower than the Mack!
I do not do it again this election
2 of 3 people found this review helpful