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The Mackie HR824 Studio Monitor is an active, biamplified speaker that delivers a wide, deep, and incredibly detailed sound field. You can actually hear distinct tonal qualities of an instrument's low end. High frequencies and midrange are clean and articulate. A low-frequency acoustic space control makes it easy to tailor the sound to your space. Internally powered by 2 smaller versions of Mackie's FR M•1200 power amp, delivering 150W for the lows, 100W for the highs. Features a 1" alloy dome high-frequency transducer, an 8-3/4" low-frequency transducer, 1/4" and XLR inputs, overload/clip LED, and logarithmic wave guide. 34 lbs. FEATURES Biamplified active studio monitor Flat, detailed, and transparent sound Non-resonant, H-braced 3/4" MDF cabinet Radius-edge, 1" MDF front panel Internal foam damping 1" alloy dome HF tweeter with ferrofluid-cooled voice coil 8-3/4" LF driver with mineral-filled propylene cone Oversized magnet structure 6" x 12" passive aluminum/phenolic honeycomb radiator Mackie FR-series power circuitry 150W to lows, 100W to highs Modified Linkwitz-Riley crossover 1/4" and XLR ins Overload/clip LED Acoustic-space optimization EQ Logarithmic wave guide 10"W x 15-3/4"H x 12-1/4"D


Presonus Sceptre Coaxial Monitors

...of monitors for my studio is a daunting task, I did not get excited about replacing my USA made Mackie HR824 MK1 when one of the pair finally called it quits after 10 years. This is simply due to the fact that I've grown accustomed to their sound and how they translate the finished...

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Roll call, what monitors are you using..?

Mackie HR824 Mk1 which I’ve had since 2000 Managed to get a good condition pair of NS10s earlier this year and find them useful. Driving them with an Alesis RA100 <ugh> but would like to improve that if I get a chance At some point I’ll revisit the Mackies and might go for some Genelecs...

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Horizontal monitor speaker - tweeter inside or outside

...on the vertical plane than your bass guitar? EDIT: Funny, I was just thinking about the fact that in my Mackie HR824's, the tweeter doesn't rotate but the logo does! They must work fine tweeters in or out as the logo can go either way!

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