We put Mackie’s diminutive multimedia speakers to the test.
Mackie's new MC range of close-backed headphones are refreshingly devoid of over-fancy styling, and this gives them a reassuring 'get the job done' appearance.
Mackie enter the in-ear-monitor market with three models offering top-notch performance, comfort and durability at Mackie value-for-money pricing.
With Mackie’s experience in making monitors, it’s no surprise that their affordable new range punches above its weight.
Mackie’s HR824 set a benchmark for project studio monitoring when it was first released two decades ago — and now the concept has been made even more accessible.
Mackie have updated their MR range of affordable powered speakers, endowing these Mk2 versions with new drivers and re‑voiced amplifiers. We put them to the test...
I'm looking for a new monitor speaker, a single one for mono. Ideally I was hoping for something self-powered, with its own...
Last year Mackie impressed us with their HR Mk2 series of studio monitors, but they've now introduced new models at roughly half the price. Surely this means there are compromises?
The HR-series monitors have been hugely popular, but Mackie have still managed to find room for improvement.
Mackie's desktop controller offers source selection, monitor switching, and talkback facilities, all in a single robust box.
Is it best to use table-top stands, floor stands or wall brackets to mount my speakers? I have Mackie HR624s, which are not ported, so does it matter if they're positioned close to the wall? SOS Forum Post
Mackie continue to expand their range of studio monitors by combining an innovative D'Appolito design with their existing passive radiator technology.
Finally the HR824 has a little brother and, like most little brothers, this one has both attitude and confidence!
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