Sonic State Studio / Analog Mixers / MACKIE 1202

Average rating: 9.6/10 out of 10

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Dj Deranged a Professional user from Miami, USA writes:
Very solid, and extremely reliable. I use this mixer both in the studio to route signal at my midi station and also on the road. It cant be beat for the money, and all the other less expensive 12 ch boards on the market are junk.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 26-Aug-04 at 15:10
Dan from Detroit writes:
Such a good little mixer, it has made my life easy. You can fit it anywhere, and it sounds great. I have gotten some pretty clean recordings from it. You can tell it's quality just by holding it. I havent dropped mine thank God but I knew this guy who did, and repetedly so. His is working just fine. Its a good value used as its so cheap, and built so tough. I'll probably never sell it unless a new one comes out.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Saturday, 05-Jan-02 at 5:50
Rich a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Very good mixer. Solidly built, quiet, and dependable. Have mine now for 10 years without any problems.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 09-Apr-01 at 13:32
Arthur Rombouts a Professional user from Holland writes:
Sometimes in a 'live-situation', when XLR connectors are plugged in the main outs, I get no reading anymore on the meters. Does anyone know why this happens ?

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Sunday, 05-Nov-00 at 20:44
arp_atari2600 a Professional user from USA writes:
Best possible mixer for live use- I tuck mine in the back of my rack for quick load-out. Nice pre's- I have used this for recording drums, vocals, guitars, and of course, synths of every shape and size, and this thing is transparent. A little limited in sound shaping capabilities, but hey, that's what outboard gear is for. I keep a back-up spare with me on the road, but I've never needed it- you could probably throw this thing across the club and it would still work fine. At home, it sits right next to my Allen & Heath 36 and handles ll of my subgroup traffic. Quentin Dupieux (Mr. Oizo). recorded 'flat beat' with one of these, an MS-20, and very little else. Sunshine from Dubtribe and Skylab 2000 use it, too. Aside from it's proffessional appearances it's also the perfect board for beginners. Hands down the best compact mixer ever made.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 01-Nov-00 at 18:28
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