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New Mackie SRM Speakers, MR3 Monitors and VLZ Mixer Unveiled
The SRM powered speaker line sees three new models introduced - the 12" SRM550 and SRM650 and SRM1850.
The Mackie SRM series features Mackie's HD Audio Processing including acoustic correction DSP plus system and a very useful 'feedback destroyer'.
These 1,600W speakers features custom transducers, internally-braced wood cabinets and will be available from September 2013.
Mackie have also improved their range of VLZ mixers, updating the line with eight VLZ4 mixers for your desktop or on tour.
These mixers are expected to be available mid-August and feature custom-op amps and tour-resistant casings.
New additions to their powered studio monitors replace the MRmk3 series with the MR5mk3 and MR8mk3. Mackie have also added the MR6mk3, a full-range monitor, and a MR10Smk3, a studio subwoofer.
They feature rear-ported cabinets with acoustic absorption material and an all-new minimum-diffraction waveguide.
They are also expected to be available in the middle of August.
By Jonathan Meager
Posted on 8 Aug 2013 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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