Mackie SRM450 Reviews

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Specification for Mackie SRM450

Main Features
Equipment Type Speakers
Main characteristics
Speakers Function: System
Nominal Power: 100 Watt RMS
Construction: 2-Way
Technical Features
Peak Power Handling: 320 Watt
Sensitivity: 106 dB
Bi-amping: With Bi-amping
Components
Woofer Size: 12"
Design
Mounting: Floorstanding On-Wall
Other
Height: 66 cm
Width: 39.1 cm
Depth: 37.6 cm

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Latest Reviews

★★★★★
Mackie SRM450

“Have used 4 of these speakers with two srs1500 for 7...”

Written on: 12/07/2010

Have used 4 of these speakers with two srs1500 for 7 years and have only had one speaker blow, if you know how to set them up properly you should be able to achieve a fantastic sound and we have never had any problems with overheating. All our speakers are the italian made ones maybe this makes a difference but would certainly recommend them as an excellent value for money item… Read Full Review

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Mackie SRM450

“I found my SRM450s had too much self noise..meaning...”

Written on: 05/06/2010

I found my SRM450s had too much self noise..meaning that there was a lot volume but not much musical information coming out of them. So when I had the oppertunity to A-B them against the RCF art310A I found the RCFs were smaller, better sounding, half the weight, with the same volume and unbelievably more botom end!!!!
The result of my findings?? I sold the Mackies and bought RCF art 310As. A real NO-BRAINER. THe more expensive professional range Mackie speakers are much better than these… Read Full Review

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Mackie SRM450

“The Mackie SRM450 is really too expensive against its...”

Written on: 11/05/2009

The Mackie SRM450 is really too expensive against its performance. it is not so heavy pro equipments as it has been told. weak cabinets and very empty metalic sound in this price category… Read Full Review

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Mackie SRM450

“Good build, great for rock bands, good clarity,...”

Written on: 19/08/2008

Good build, great for rock bands, good clarity, powerful. Absolutely useless for clubs / DJ's - I am a trance DJ, and have worked with a lot of Pa's and these just can't react quick enough for this kind of music. Several friends i know also own these Pa's and have destroyed the cones because they cannot move quick enough.... I strongly reccomend Bose 802's for club installations / dance music Not a bad speaker, but over rated, the next series of mackies are much better… Read Full Review

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Mackie SRM450

“We use four of these alongside four bass bins (two...”

Written on: 17/07/2008

We use four of these alongside four bass bins (two Mackie and two DB 15'' bins) and we get an amazing sound (according to our audiences) for a band comprising kit, bass, two guitars, a sax and four part harmonies which are all sent through an OV1 digital desk to these speakers. Too many people out there simply don't know how to set them up and end up overcooking them by driving them too hard - never turn the output knob beyond three o'clock is the golden rule folks! We have even seen bands… Read Full Review

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Mackie SRM450

“If Your a small dj or band then the Mackie SRM450 are...”

Written on: 28/03/2008 by BasslineAudio (2 reviews written)

If Your a small dj or band then the Mackie SRM450 are for you but if your looking for top end clarity and power go for the RCF / Mackie Art 500 and use a separate amp it doesn't get much better they absolutely blow the SRMs away and the EVSX300s and SX500s TOO !!… Read Full Review

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