Namm 2021 certainly brought a lot of exciting new releases to the forefront. Among those, here are our top five picks from Believe in Music week.
Mackie entered NAMM 2021 with a bang, introducing its new Onyx Series Analog Mixers. Four mixers delivering a classic sound with a modern twist.
Mackie has taken the wraps off of three new SRT series loudspeakers, all of which support an 18-inch subwoofer option.
After weeks of rumors that Mackie would be releasing a new Element USB condenser mic, we now have the official word that there are in fact three.
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Mackie has entered the headphone amp game. At NAMM 2018, the company unveiled the HM-4, HM-400, and HM-800 headphone amps.
Mackie has unveiled a slew of new audio tools at NAMM 2018, including four new direct boxes, a phantom power box, and a cable tester.
At NAMM 2018, Mackie has launched a new line of in-ear monitors called the MP series, including the MP-120, MP-220, and MP-240.
Mackie is back with yet another home or small studio product -- the Mackie Onyx Artist 1•2. But is this interface worth buying? We put it to the test.
We're giving away a Mackie Big Knob Passive for FREE! The Big Knob Passive is a great way to get better monitor control straight from your desk.
Mackie was founded in 1988, and is currently owned by LOUD Technologies, which changed its name from Mackie Designs in 2003. Mackie creates professional audio gear and is best known for their mixers, monitors, and so on.