Mackie HR626 Dual 6" 2-Way Active Studio Reference Monitor
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The first active Mackie studio monitor with a D'Appolito woofer-tweeter-woofer design. It has one 6.7" woofer on each end of the cabinet with the dome tweeter in the center. The monitor can be set up ... Click To Read More About This Product
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The first active Mackie studio monitor with a D'Appolito woofer-tweeter-woofer design. It has one 6.7" woofer on each end of the cabinet with the dome tweeter in the center. The monitor can be set up vertically or horizontally, depending on the application.
The 2-way biamplified monitor implements servo-feedback circuitry and an elliptical passive radiator to achieve low distortion and extended low-frequency response similar to the HR824. The waveguide-loaded high-frequency aluminum dome tweeter provides the same crisp and evenly dispersed highs as all of Mackie's world-class reference monitors. The 5/8" internally braced MDF cabinet is extremely rigid and non-resonant.
The HR626 is the ideal monitor for those who need lots of bottom end, along with the low-level accuracy of the midrange for mixing and vocal placement. Thanks to its D'Appolito driver alignment design, the HR626 can be used in both vertical and horizontal positions. Placing the HR626 in a vertical position provides extremely accurate reference monitoring for mid- to large-sized studios. Because of its symmetrical left-right sound field, it can also be placed horizontally and used as a superior center channel in a 5.1 or 7.1 surround monitoring or home theater system.
The D'Appolito driver alignment design provides direct-center alignment of high frequencies in center channel applications and can be set up vertically or horizontally, dependent upon the application. The HR626 also features the D'Appolito crossover for proper phase response.
True reference monitoring due to the flat frequency response provided by the active EQ, crossovers, time correction and phase alignment
Robust transducer protection against peaks, thermals, RFI and extreme overdrives
No outboard amplification required
Elliptical Passive Radiator delivers:
Extended low frequency response
Elliptical geometry makes the most of the cabinet dimensions
Servo Feedback Circuit:
Lowers the distortion in low frequency range
Extends the low frequency response of the woofers
Provides tighter mechanical control of the woofers
Waveguide-loaded aluminum dome tweeter
The tweeter provides the same high-end clarity expected in a Mackie HR monitor
The waveguide ensures the high frequencies will be evenly dispersed with the lows
The die-cast waveguide looks fabulous, babe!
Rear Panel Controls
Sensitivity controls for matching monitor levels perfectly
Acoustic Space filters to quickly match the monitor with your control room
High Frequency +/- 2dB switch to compensate for live/dead acoustic environments
High Pass filters accommodate use with subwoofers
Number of drivers: 2
Diameter: 6.7" (170 mm)
Sensitivity (2.83V, 1m): 89dB SPL
Nominal Impedance : 8 ohms
Voice Coil Diameter : 1.25" (32 mm)
Power Handling (Long Term/Program): 50/150W
Frequency Range: 38Hz to 6kHz
Frame: Die-cast aluminum magnet: Ferrite
Bucking magnet (shield): Ferrite
Sensitivity (2.83V, 1m): 91dB SPL
Nominal Impedance : 6 ohms
Power Handling (Long Term/Program): 20/50W
Frequency Range: 1.6kHz to 22kHz
Diaphragm/Suspension: Aluminum/Impregnated Cloth
Voice Coil Diameter : 1.0 inch (25.4 mm)
Frequency Response: 2.5kHz to 20kHz, ±2dB
Mouth Size: 6.13" diameter (156 mm)
Horizontal and Vertical Coverage: 120 degrees, ±10 degrees, 3kHz to 20kHz
Passive Radiator: 6-inch x 9-inch (152 mm x 228 mm) mass-loaded elliptical flat piston with variable thickness filleted edge rubber surround.
The Mackie HR 626 reference monitor has elevated my home/project studio to a level of professionalism that I never imagined possible from a single purchase. The room that I use to mix is acoustically treated, but the monitors that I had been mixing on consistently produced mixes that did not properly translate, the Mackie's changed that overnight. I can trust that the mixes that sound great in the studio will sound great in the living room, in the car and on my MP3 player. After tracking, I would typically use headphones to clean up my recordings; these monitors make my headphones a weak alternative. I cannot say enough about these speakers they are fantastic!
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