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Mackie’s ProFx redesign

Mackie’s ProFx redesign
The ProFXv3 mixers

Mackie’s ProFx redesign

The third versions of the ProFx analogue mixers feature a more modern design

Mackie has released the third versions of its ProFx analogue mixers. The new ProFXv3 series of professional effects mixers also includes Onyx mic preamps, a GigFX effects engine and 2x4 24-bit/192kHz USB recording, as well as a more ‘modern’ design. Created for use in venues such as houses of worship, the ProFXv3 mixers are available in six-channel ProFX6v3, 10-channel ProFX10v3, 12-channel ProFX12v3, 16-channel ProFX16v3, 22-channel ProFX22v3 and 30-channel ProFX30v3 versions. Each model also comes with Pro Tools First and the Mackie Musician Collection featuring 23 Avid plug-ins.

‘Bringing Onyx mic preamps to ProFX for the first time is a major upgrade to the series,’ said Mackie’s Matt Herrin. With up to 60dB of gain, Onyx’s noise and distortion performance is said to ‘ensure the cleanest signal path possible’.

SRM-Flex
SRM-Flex

The GigFX engine provides 24 effects including reverbs and delays that can be chosen via the selector knob. Meanwhile, the returning USB interface is now described as offering a ‘professional upgrade’ in recording quality with sample rates up to 192kHz. The 2x4 I/Os facilitate the creation of two mixes on a computer to send back to the mixer. A dedicated blend knob provides a choice between monitoring a DAW output, direct latency-free monitoring or a mix of both.

Also new from Mackie is the SRM-Flex portable column PA system aimed at solo performers, small bands and other live events. It features a 10-inch LF woofer inside a moulded cabinet base module that also contains a 1,300W amplifier and built-in digital mixer. SRM-Flex’s three-piece tower contains a wide dispersion array with six 2-inch HF drivers.



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