The Mackie HR624mk2 high-resolution Active Studio Reference Monitor is the perfect alternative when space is limited. The HR624mk2 monitor offers the same design as the Mackie HR824mk2 in a more compa... Read More
The Mackie HR624mk2 high-resolution Active Studio Reference Monitor is the perfect alternative when space is limited. The HR624mk2 monitor offers the same design as the Mackie HR824mk2 in a more compact package. The new Zero Edge Baffle minimizes diffraction for a crystal clear audio image of your mix, and controls sound waves for wide, even dispersion. The Mackie HR624mk2 monitor's Acoustic Space, LF roll-off and HF controls let you easily tailor the sound to suit your space and your taste. Thanks to remarkably linear frequency response, with the HR624mk2 monitor, you always get accurate mix translation. Combine all this with superior bass extension, and the Mackie HR624mk2 monitor makes your studio's sweet spot a full-on sweet zone.
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Comments about Mackie HR624mk2 Studio Monitor 2010:
I spent hours at Guitar Center testing out all of their near field monitors in this price range - in my opinion these were the best and I am very happy with my purchase. These monitors provide my home studio with excellent sound and allow all of the nuances in my mixes to be heard. The sound is clear and crisp and not overly fatiguing on the ears which is a must for long mixing sessions. These monitors help me to craft my mixes at a professional level. Because of their accuracy my mixes always translate very well when testing on different sound systems. These monitors are an incredible value and are worth every penny. But don't just take my word for it. Go down to your local Guitar Center and check them out for yourself. Make sure to bring a couple of your favorite albums with you - something your very familiar with. Remember to always trust your ears, and if you need help the guys at Guitar Center have always been very helpful in my personal experiences. Good luck!