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The Mackie DL1608 redefines live mixing by combining the proven power of a full-featured digital mixer with the unmatched ease and mobility of an iPad. With 16 boutique-quality Onyx mic preamps, and t... Read More

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The Mackie DL1608 redefines live mixing by combining the proven power of a full-featured digital mixer with the unmatched ease and mobility of an iPad. With 16 boutique-quality Onyx mic preamps, and the performance of 24-bit Cirrus Logic AD/DA converters, you're guaranteed professional quality sound. Seamless wired to wireless iPad control means you can mix from anywhere in the venue. This gives you the mobile freedom to control not only the mix, but also powerful plug-ins like EQ, dynamics, effects and more. The sleek DL1608 even supports up to 10 iPad devices. Forget bulky consoles and racks of gear. The power is at your fingertips.

Control The Mix From Anywhere
With the Mackie DL1608’s seamless wired to wireless mixing capabilities, you can mix in real time from anywhere in the venue on your iPad. Instantly adjust mix functions from tuning front of house trouble spots to ringing out stage monitors.

*An additional Wi-Fi router is required and must be connected to the DL1608. The iPad must be within range of the Wi-Fi router to enable wireless mixing functionality. Wi-Fi router not included

Get In Touch With Your Mix
Designed specifically for the iPad, the DL1608’s Master Fader app brings groundbreaking DAW mixing features and functionality to the live environment. With this intuitive breakthrough app, you can create mix snapshots, channel presets and even record stereo tracks straight to your iPad. Plus, with “Grow and Glow” giving you visual indication of the function you’re controlling, you can be assured that you’re always in control.

Proven Hardware That Sounds Great
By combining 16 of Mackie’s flagship Onyx mic preamps with the performance of 24-bit Cirrus Logic AD/DA converters, the Mackie DL1608 delivers remarkable sound quality. Add to that eight balanced outputs, and you have a mixer that not only provides incredible dynamic range, fidelity and transparency, but also great versatility and outstanding value.

Tons of Built-in Processing
The DL1608 is loaded with a choice of powerful plug-ins on every channel, so you won’t need to set up additional racks of outboard gear. With just the touch of a finger, you have total control over 4-band EQ, compression and gate plug-ins. Plus, sweeten your sound with a full-featured reverb and tap delay or adjust your mix to the room with the 31-band graphic EQ and limiter on the main and aux outs.

Total Snapshot Recall
The Mackie DL1608 allows you to recall mix functions with just the touch of a finger. With Total Snapshot Recall, you can now easily save and access sound check settings for multiple bands, complex song mixes, previous mixes from challenging venues, recall scenes for theater productions and more. You can even pre-set the mixing board and be ready to go the moment you arrive. Note that mic pre-amp gains are not recallable.

Channel Presets
Quickly set up a new mix with the DL1608’s Channel Presets. With simple touch screen control, you can immediately assign a factory or your own custom channel preset for kick drum, bass, guitar, keyboard and more to any channel you choose. And when you’ve made the perfect settings, easily save them for later use and share them with your friends.

Multiple iPad Support
Supporting up to 10 iPad devices simultaneously, the Mackie DL1608 allows multiple engineers to control the mix. Plus, it gives band members the ability to adjust their own monitors. Now, the band can dial in the mix they want to hear in real time right on stage.

Channel Images
No more need to search for a marker to scribble down channel ID’s on a strip of tape, with the app you can use your iPad camera to snap quick pics of the band members or of their gear, for a completely customized channel ID. Channel images is by far one of the coolest ways to identify tracks when mixing live.

Size Matters
The sleek and low profile 16-channel Mackie DL1608 is rooted in design innovation. Its powerfully small format destroys the industry’s notion that “bigger is better” by allowing modern technology to eliminate the need for bulky boards and racks of gear.

The Mackie DL1608 is perfect for installing in venues. With its easy to use Master Fader iPad application, it has never been easier to train up new sound engineers. The powerfully small, low profile design lets you install it just about anywhere.

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Features
  • Control the mix in real time from anywhere in the venue on your iPad
  • Instantly adjust mix functions from tuning front of house trouble spots to ringing out stage monitors
  • Loaded with 16 studio-quality Mackie Onyx mic preamps with 12 XLR and four combo mic/line inputs, connecting mics and instruments is quick and easy
  • High-end 24-bit Cirrus Logic AD/DA converters offer a remarkable 114dB dynamic range provide the most headroom and lowest noise possible
  • Powerful 4-band EQ, compression, gate, reverb and tap delay plug-ins on every channel, so you won’t need to set up additional racks of outboard gear
  • 31-Band graphic EQ and limiter on the main and aux outs
  • Support for up to 10 iPad devices simultaneously, allows multiple engineers to control the mix
  • Gives band members the ability to adjust their own monitors
  • Total snapshot recall allows you to recall mix functions with just the touch of a finger
  • Channel presets immediately assign a factory or your own custom channel preset for kick drum, bass, guitar, keyboard and more
  • Record your mix from the L/R stereo outputs directly to your iPad
  • Channel images allow you to easily identify assigned channels with pictures of band members or their gear
  • Powerfully small, low profile design lets you install it just about anywhere
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4.7

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Whole new platform, same old Mackie

Ever since it was previewed at NAMM, I've been jittering like a toddler who has to pee for my DL1608 to arrive. Those were a few rough months, especially when the release date...Read complete review

Ever since it was previewed at NAMM, I've been jittering like a toddler who has to pee for my DL1608 to arrive. Those were a few rough months, especially when the release date kept getting pushed back, but the wait has been worth it. I don't even do a ton of live sound, but I can already see how much easier life will be at the big kid's table with Mackie's new mixer swapped into my portable setup. A couple tiny gripes to get out of the way first. Would it have killed Mackie to use more sheet metal and less plastic for the frame? The DL1608 is a nice shape and all that, but it will never survive the abuse my old 1604-VLZ could take. I appreciate that the new digital desk is light enough to grab with one hand, but I doubt it would take a drop from an overladen handcart without cracking. Also, the phantom power goes to all sixteen inputs, including the combo jacks. I know this is common on most mixing desks, but it would have been nice, in this day and age, to at least be able to enable phantom power by banks, if not individually. On to the accolades! Master Fader is awesome! AWESOME! Not only is it the front-end to all the hardware DSP (independent gate, compression, EQ and reverb on every channel) ticking away inside the DL1608, but it has a really well-researched layout and appropriate implementation of touch. A few buttons and grab handles look small to my fat fingers, but so far it appears difficult to actually make a "fat finger" move. Two other major advantages: a lit touchscreen doesn't need lighting to operate in a dim venue, and no matter how much beer and smoke are around, it is easy to clean. Using the iPad as a wireless pendant is the most massive and revolutionary step in modern mixers, and it is only natural that Mackie should have built this new mixer around it. Once you get past the first uneasy few moments of setting up a dedicated router (I used an Apple AirPort Express), and the next few gigs when you pull the iPad out of its cradle with your eyes squeezed shut and your fingers crossed, you will probably look back and laugh at how silly you were to be paranoid. Make sure you know how you set your screen shutoff behavior, though, because out of the cradle, the iPad goes dark eventually, and can cause a few breathless seconds as the app re-syncs with the desk. This re-synchronization appears to work seamlessly, without affecting audio, and it also happens when you switch to other apps and back again, but it is a little freaky the first few times it happens. Overall, the Mackie DL1608 is just so tight. Compact, powerful, durable (enough), and every bit the successor to the hardware you've been using for years. I look forward to the possibilities opened up by Master Fader being an app - namely upgrades!

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Released Before Perfected

I am a working professional engineer, so I am used to using my iPad to remotely mix from Yamaha consoles like the M7CL and LS9-32. This technology is just incredible to me and...Read complete review

I am a working professional engineer, so I am used to using my iPad to remotely mix from Yamaha consoles like the M7CL and LS9-32. This technology is just incredible to me and game changing. I no longer have to rely on other ears when shading a large rig or ringing out a fold back mix. Although I've never been a fan of Mackie and have always seen their gear as overpriced "pro-sumer" quality, I was instantly intrigued when the DL1608 was released. Since I do some small local band gigs as well as perform in my own band, I bought one from GC. The sales guys were all excited saying how awesome it was. Of course these guys were young and surely not working in the industry. I had already downloaded the free Mackie app, Master Fader and got to know it pretty well before buying the $1k hardware. The app is a bit "cartoonish" but seemed to be well designed and responsive. Unboxing the hardware, I found the device to be well constructed, lightweight, and ergonomic in design. I disagree with the other reviewer who thought it would be better if it were metal. The plastic is high impact and keeps the unit light enough to put in a suitcase for an away gig. Getting things going was relatively painless. I used my Airport Express router which worked great. The familiar "wireless" mixing from using the Yamaha gear created similar excitement...... This, unfortunately is where the excitement stopped. The DL1608 is well equipped with 6 Aux Sends. Each has a global PRE or POST button as with a traditional console......BUT..... What is not initially obvious is that regardless of setting the Aux to PRE or POST, the sent signal is ALWAYS POST EQ & POST COMPRESSION / GATE. The PRE or Post simply refers to the FADER only. Calling these outputs AUX sends and not MATRIX sends is false and misleading!!! This issue makes mixing monitors on the Dl1608 nearly IMPOSSIBLE!!! I asked the Mackie engineers on the user forum if any of them had ever mixed live sound and why they would do such a thing in designing the DL1608 this way. My comment was not only unanswered but REMOVED. I tried to mix a band with the DL and the singer kept asking why her monitor kept getting softer. It was the compression that was causing this but I needed the comp to tame her vocal in the FOH mix!!! I was embarrassed of the mixer at that point. Also, as a secondary caveat, the Reverb is absolutely horrid. I found it to be nearly unusable. I returned the DL1608 to GC. They were nice but asked me why I didn't want it. I explained the issue and told the salesman that if this was a firmware issue they would have corrected it immediately. The only Master Fader update included some stupid "Vintage Styled" compressor and gate GUI that were nothing but novelty and toyish. The good news???? Well, I got my $1k back and I will spend it shortly on the Behringer, YES, Behringer Xi16 that is due out next quarter. Since Behringer recently bought MIDAS, they are producing some incredible gear thanks to the inherited MIDAS engineers and R&D. The Xi16 is profoundly better in design with RECALLABLE Preamps designed by MIDAS, Multitrack recording ability and a very "grown-up" GUI. Just download the Behringer X32 ipad app and you'll see. The Xi16 app is very similar. The hardware MSRP is the same as the "under-cooked" DL1608 and the feature set is WAY beyond! Sorry Mackie, I tried to love your DL1608 but simply couldn't.

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5.0

Unbelievable!!!

By Rafael Pedra

from Belo Horizonte - Brazil.

This mix has a lovely sound as easy as fun to work ... So far, so good... www.rafapedra.com

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(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Released Before Perfected

By Richard Hull

from Orlando, Florida

I am a working professional engineer, so I am used to using my iPad to remotely mix from Yamaha consoles like the M7CL and LS9-32. This technology is just incredible to me and game changing. I no longer have to rely on other ears when shading a large rig or ringing out a fold back mix. Although I've never been a fan of Mackie and have always seen their gear as overpriced "pro-sumer" quality, I was instantly intrigued when the DL1608 was released. Since I do some small local band gigs as well as perform in my own band, I bought one from GC. The sales guys were all excited saying how awesome it was. Of course these guys were young and surely not working in the industry. I had already downloaded the free Mackie app, Master Fader and got to know it pretty well before buying the $1k hardware. The app is a bit "cartoonish" but seemed to be well designed and responsive. Unboxing the hardware, I found the device to be well constructed, lightweight, and ergonomic in design. I disagree with the other reviewer who thought it would be better if it were metal. The plastic is high impact and keeps the unit light enough to put in a suitcase for an away gig. Getting things going was relatively painless. I used my Airport Express router which worked great. The familiar "wireless" mixing from using the Yamaha gear created similar excitement...... This, unfortunately is where the excitement stopped. The DL1608 is well equipped with 6 Aux Sends. Each has a global PRE or POST button as with a traditional console......BUT..... What is not initially obvious is that regardless of setting the Aux to PRE or POST, the sent signal is ALWAYS POST EQ & POST COMPRESSION / GATE. The PRE or Post simply refers to the FADER only. Calling these outputs AUX sends and not MATRIX sends is false and misleading!!! This issue makes mixing monitors on the Dl1608 nearly IMPOSSIBLE!!! I asked the Mackie engineers on the user forum if any of them had ever mixed live sound and why they would do such a thing in designing the DL1608 this way. My comment was not only unanswered but REMOVED. I tried to mix a band with the DL and the singer kept asking why her monitor kept getting softer. It was the compression that was causing this but I needed the comp to tame her vocal in the FOH mix!!! I was embarrassed of the mixer at that point. Also, as a secondary caveat, the Reverb is absolutely horrid. I found it to be nearly unusable. I returned the DL1608 to GC. They were nice but asked me why I didn't want it. I explained the issue and told the salesman that if this was a firmware issue they would have corrected it immediately. The only Master Fader update included some stupid "Vintage Styled" compressor and gate GUI that were nothing but novelty and toyish. The good news???? Well, I got my $1k back and I will spend it shortly on the Behringer, YES, Behringer Xi16 that is due out next quarter. Since Behringer recently bought MIDAS, they are producing some incredible gear thanks to the inherited MIDAS engineers and R&D. The Xi16 is profoundly better in design with RECALLABLE Preamps designed by MIDAS, Multitrack recording ability and a very "grown-up" GUI. Just download the Behringer X32 ipad app and you'll see. The Xi16 app is very similar. The hardware MSRP is the same as the "under-cooked" DL1608 and the feature set is WAY beyond! Sorry Mackie, I tried to love your DL1608 but simply couldn't.

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5.0

Awesome product from Mackie

By GREG YOUNG

from Charleston Tn.

If you are in the market for a new mixer, don't hesitate to buy this product. I have ran sound for years and carried all the heavy equipment needed to get the perfect sound. NO MORE for me. This mixer done a fantastic job for any style of music. Southern gospel guys, don't wait another minute replacing all your bulky gear and buy this today! You will love the ease and the sound is great, plus 30 pounds in a case is hard to beat. The presets are really nice for starting out and easy to adjust on the fly. GET IT NOW

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5.0

Use it wireless

By Charles Smith

from St. Louis,MO

First off, this thing is everything that they say it is. Absolutely great! I do have a comment on the heat that it generates though. With the iPad docked, this thing gets HOT - and the iPad gets really hot as well. It makes me wonder if the heat is shortening the life of my iPad. So my recommendation is to remove the iPad and use it through the wireless. If you need to play music from the iPad, connect an output from the headphone jack into the input channels. This works really well if you need to run a Karaoke app and need to have the iPad mounted on the mic stand so that the singers can read the words. As far as recording goes, you'll need a workaround if you want to play the recorded material on site. The only way to access what you've recorded is to plug your iPad into iTunes and download the .wav files. I have yet to find a way to record something and then play it back while docked in the mixer. My only other gripe is the presets. Selecting a preset takes you back to the mixer page instead of leaving you within the preset page. When trying to set up a channel, you find yourself continuously having to select the button.

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5.0

A little different at first.....

By Lance Eaton

from Des Moines, IA

Okay, where to begin! I'll start by saying that I am not the most tech saavy guy in the world, but I was intrigued by the concept. I must say that it was worth going with my "gut instinct" on this one. We have been using an Allen & Heath MixWizard 16:2 DX, combined with a DriveRack for our mixing requirements for years. It worked and that was about all we cared about. When I saw this and realized that we could potentially do away with snakes, the DriveRack and move to a wireless system, I was a bit of a skeptic. The first gig was a little bit of a letdown, I over thought the process. I had predetermined that I could have the whole mix set up and ready to go using presets etc. It was a mistake (for me) because not starting from zero or flat gave me no reference point to make adjustments. We ended up using the old rig. The second gig, I started flat, with all the effects, gates and compressors turned off. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! First off, this mixer sounds better flat than many sound after tweaking! It took a little over 10 minutes to dial in great tone on every channel that we were using (11 in all). The GUI interface is intuitive which was nice because I was nervous going from familiar knobs to a "picture" of the EQ. I found it easy to navigate and find the sweet spot for great tone. Adding verbs and setting monitor levels was a piece of cake. I stood out front with my wireless guitar rig and was able to make the mix sound very good in sound check which made me comfortable not having to wonder how it sounded out front while we were playing. It was a great night and the mixer performed flawlessly. Another really nice feature is being able to save scenes so you can recall them next time you play at a particular venue. Set it up once, save it and you're good to go next time you play at that venue. Very nice! A few nice tweeks to the software are sure to come. It would be nice to link channels for stereo instruments, it would make on the fly adjustments much easier, but I've had to deal with that anyway with the old rig. Looks like I'll be selling the Allen & Heath, the DriveRack and the snake and never going back. This is revolutionary in the way a small band can function and it's great. Nice to have someone looking out for the "little guy" who's looking for a 16 channel mixer loaded with cool stuff at a reasonable price. Nice job Mackie!

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5.0

Meet our need for our church

By KIMA FANAI

from Seattel, WA

Trade in our old Mackie Analog mixer board and got this for 1/2 the price. We use at our church, it solves our problem by not having to move our whole sound system from the balcony to the main floor. Plus now all the musicians can mix their personal/floor monitor wireless-ly from their iPad/iPad mini and saves the headache for our sound-guys. I am looking at buying an wireless system for our media tech guys as well. So that they (sound & media peps) can finally sit by their family during service. Thank you Mackie for making our lives easier and thank you GC for your excellent Trade-In/Trade-Up program.

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5.0

Very Nice Mackie!!

By ANDERS GR��̐NLUND

from Stockholm

A great small mixer with alot of headroom and clean sound...and great technical features in a dream package!!

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5.0

Love the control

By TRENT NUNEMAKER

from Arlington,wa

I love the control I get using the touch screen on the channel eq's, makes it very easy to sweep frequencies. Seeing the channel input gain next to the fader is very helpful when setting up levels, it gives an excellent visualization of what's on the channel. I didn't think I would like the external power supply, but the screw lock makes me feel a little better about the smaller connection so it hasn't really been a problem. They weren't kidding about the channel level when using the iPad docked to play music it's very high, just shy of clipping. I really like being able to slide from channel to channel while in the effects menus while always having my main and channel faders available. So far I really like this mixer, seems pretty sturdy and came very well packaged. My only gripe would be the lack of 1/4" inputs but it hasn't been a problem yet so I guess I can't complain..

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5.0

It doesn't get easier than this.

By Jason Henjes

from South Dakota

I have been a fan of digital mixers since the first 01v and have been through several, including a Studiolive. The DL1608 is everything I wanted the other mixers to be. The sound quality is very good and I much prefer the operation to the 16.4.2. My FOH rack has disappeared completely and I will never run a snake again. We run the Mackie DL, two in ear transmitters, and a router. I run a powered rig and my setup takes less than 10 minutes to have break music running. Honestly, it takes much longer to set up my guitar rig. If you read many reviews on the 1608, you will read a lot of complaining that it doesn't have this or that feature. Keep in mind what this mixer is intended for, and what the price point is. For the weekend warrior or small sound gigs, I cannot imagine a better solution. Even the factory preset channel strip options sound good. If I had one criticism, it would be the awkward shape and current lack of road case availability. For now it fits nicely in a padded suitcase along with my router and in ear transmitters. I look forward to Master fader updates and added features. A real time analyzer that listens from the iPad would be huge! Thanks to Mackie and Guitar Center for a great product at an awesome price! I look forward to demoing the new Mackie DLM speaker line!

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5.0

Whole new platform, same old Mackie

By Noah Montena

from Syracuse, NY

Ever since it was previewed at NAMM, I've been jittering like a toddler who has to pee for my DL1608 to arrive. Those were a few rough months, especially when the release date kept getting pushed back, but the wait has been worth it. I don't even do a ton of live sound, but I can already see how much easier life will be at the big kid's table with Mackie's new mixer swapped into my portable setup. A couple tiny gripes to get out of the way first. Would it have killed Mackie to use more sheet metal and less plastic for the frame? The DL1608 is a nice shape and all that, but it will never survive the abuse my old 1604-VLZ could take. I appreciate that the new digital desk is light enough to grab with one hand, but I doubt it would take a drop from an overladen handcart without cracking. Also, the phantom power goes to all sixteen inputs, including the combo jacks. I know this is common on most mixing desks, but it would have been nice, in this day and age, to at least be able to enable phantom power by banks, if not individually. On to the accolades! Master Fader is awesome! AWESOME! Not only is it the front-end to all the hardware DSP (independent gate, compression, EQ and reverb on every channel) ticking away inside the DL1608, but it has a really well-researched layout and appropriate implementation of touch. A few buttons and grab handles look small to my fat fingers, but so far it appears difficult to actually make a "fat finger" move. Two other major advantages: a lit touchscreen doesn't need lighting to operate in a dim venue, and no matter how much beer and smoke are around, it is easy to clean. Using the iPad as a wireless pendant is the most massive and revolutionary step in modern mixers, and it is only natural that Mackie should have built this new mixer around it. Once you get past the first uneasy few moments of setting up a dedicated router (I used an Apple AirPort Express), and the next few gigs when you pull the iPad out of its cradle with your eyes squeezed shut and your fingers crossed, you will probably look back and laugh at how silly you were to be paranoid. Make sure you know how you set your screen shutoff behavior, though, because out of the cradle, the iPad goes dark eventually, and can cause a few breathless seconds as the app re-syncs with the desk. This re-synchronization appears to work seamlessly, without affecting audio, and it also happens when you switch to other apps and back again, but it is a little freaky the first few times it happens. Overall, the Mackie DL1608 is just so tight. Compact, powerful, durable (enough), and every bit the successor to the hardware you've been using for years. I look forward to the possibilities opened up by Master Fader being an app - namely upgrades!

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