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Mackie HR824
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Description

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

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Relationship between forum posting and quality of music made

...Adams. Even in their studios B, C, D, E, etc. But what I did see everywhere we Genelecs and Mackie HR824s. Both of which are regularly **** on here for not being accurate enough. A few years ago I picked up a pair of used Mackies. Holy ****. It was like night and day....

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Roll call, what monitors are you using..?

A decades-old pair of Mackie HR824s. Not the very first iteration, though I had some of those as well, but a slightly later revision with balanced XLR inputs that still falls under the “mk1” designation.

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Focal CMS 50 - enough bass, or CMS 65?

...that and shopped for two (2) years for nearfields go go with my Tannoy passives, my Auratones, and my Mackie HR824 "giant" mid-field monitors. I chose the Focals and got them for less than $1200.00 used, mint condition. I've spent $45-50,000 on equipment and sound treatment in my small 160 square ft. home studio. That...

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