What do you predict the Mackie SRM350 will be like?
The SRM350 is about five months behind schedule and it's supposed to finaly be out later this summer with a Rockridge woofer and a B&C HF driver. I imagine the SRM 350s being used as monitors when a band has SRM 450s for mains or even used as mains with a sub. I think we all have an idea what the SRM 450 sounded like with its RCF drivers. Would you guess the SRM350 will sound like a little version of the SRM450 or altogether different? Does Mackie have its own "sound"?
2-Way Bi-Amplified Active
165-watts RMS LF amplifier
30-watts RMS HF amplifier
10” Rockridge woofer, 1” B&C Compression driver
121dB peak SPL output
61Hz to 22kHz frequency response @ -10dB
20.75" x 13.10" x 12.25"
32 lbs., plastic cabinet
12" woofer two-way powered system
1" HF driver
45hz-20khz at -10 db
300 watt LF power amplifier
100 watt HF power amplifier
127 dB maximum output capability
26 x 15.4" x 14.8"
"Contour" (Loudness switch), "Low Cut" switch
Anybody tried the SRM350 ?
its hard to say whether or not the 2 will sound the same, maybe similar but not the same. I really dont like the mackie speaker stuff, i think it sounds too sterile and empty. from a service standpoint, they suck and i also dont think that their internal amps put out as much as they say they do, they should just stick to mixers.
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