Mackie helped revolutionize the world of digital mixing with the DL1608, by seamlessly blending a live sound mixer with the practical touch-control and wireless freedom of an iPad. Now they™ve scaled ... Click To Read More About This Product
Mackie helped revolutionize the world of digital mixing with the DL1608, by seamlessly blending a live sound mixer with the practical touch-control and wireless freedom of an iPad. Now they™ve scaled things down to bring you the same incredible wireless freedom, but in a more manageable, compact size. The DL806 is an 8-channel version of its bigger brother, but has the same revolutionary wireless iPad control making any live sound engineer' job and workflow much more enjoyable and exciting.
With 8 high-quality Onyx microphone preamps, 24-bit Cirrus Logic AD/DA converters, and powerful internal DSP processing, the DL806 has plenty of unmatched hardware power to support the extremely intuitive user interface of the iPad. There is an iPad dock built-into the unit should you choose to use it in it' standard mixing form, or you can simply pop the iPad out of the dock to freely move about the venue to adjust your mix at will with the use of an additional Wi-Fi router. You™ll have Full hands-on control of audio level, 4-band EQ, compression, gate, delay, reverb, and more for each of the DL806' 8 channels and master fader. Perfect for a wide variety of smaller applications and venues, the DL806 is the most modern, powerful utility mixer available. Forget bulky consoles and racks of gear. The power is at your fingertips.
*Wi-Fi router required for wireless operation. Wi-Fi router and iPad, iPod touch or iPhone not included.
*Wireless control supported from all iPad models. Docked control supported from iPad, iPad 2 and iPad (3rd generation)
*Wireless control supported from iPod touch (4th and 5th generation), iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5
*iPad must be docked and the app must support background audio playback to integrate music
8 Onyx mic preamps
High-end Cirrus Logic converters
Ultra low-noise, high-headroom design
4 aux sends for monitor mixes
Master L/R output for mains
Choice of powerful, touch-sensitive plug-ins
4-band EQ, gate and compression on inputs
31-band GEQ and comp/limiter on outputs
Global reverb and delay
Seamless wired to wireless mixing
Tune the room from anywhere
Get on stage to ring out monitors
Personal monitor mixing with access control ability
Use up to 10 wireless devices simultaneously
Intuitive Master Fader app for all iPad models
My Fader app for quick control from iPhone or iPod touch
œGrow and Glow visual feedback
Preset and snapshot recall
Record the mix to the iPad for instant sharing
Integrate music from any app into the mix
PadLock„¢ feature locks down iPad for permanent installs
Industry standard Kensington lock secures mixer
Compact footprint saves precious workspace
15.5³ x 11.5³ x 3.9³
6.9 lb. / 3.2 kg
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Comments about Mackie DL806 8-Channel Digital Live Sound Mixer with iPad Control:
I bought this for a small church. We had a Peavey combo amp / mixer that worked just fine, except it was up in the choir loft at the front of the church. No matter how I set it up before the service, either the preacher would be too loud or too soft. I heard no end of complaints. I found the Mackie at GC and thought it might be just what we needed so I bought it. I used it this past Sunday, and it was AWESOME! The unit is up front, and I sat on the back row with my iPad using the app. If the preacher got loud, I pulled the sound level slider down some. When he put on his "Batman voice", I pushed it back up. All the little old deaf ladies were happy! There seems to be a whole lot of capability in the unit, but I'm not a sound board expert so I'll leave that to someone else to write about. I AM going to figure out how to add reverb to the mix when the preacher is quoting God in the Bible during the scripture lesson!