Sonic State Studio / Analog Mixers / MACKIE SR 24-4

Average rating: 8.0/10 out of 10

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Samuel a part-timer user writes:
I just love my SR24-4, it´s sutch a workhorse. Easy to learn it´s soundstructure, and works for years and years. Great clarity. Eq is somewhat limited but i am so used to i don´t mind any more.

The only bad thing i can think of really is that i have the VLZ and not the VLZ PRO because i bought a 1202 VLZ PRO for a more portable alternative and was blown away by the superb XDR micpreamps.

Mackie sure makes high quality audio products, and i have been pleased for many years now.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 28-Feb-06 at 17:32
Mike a Professional user from Usa writes:
I think this board sounds just great. i used it to mix a live performance in new york.. and the results were excellent. Even when i brought it over to the mixing room it was still able to give me a bright powerful mix.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 30-Apr-02 at 2:16
John a part-timer user from USA writes:
OK...this is an excellent console if you're looking for a lot of channels in a compact space. It's extremely versatile in studio AND Live sound. I had the pleasure of engineering a live show with one of these consoles and an 01V, and afterwards I was ready to go out and buy one. Now with the newer preamps, the console sounds incredible...just ask any professional who knows what they are talking about, Mackie always makes good products.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 18-Feb-02 at 14:35
Jon a hobbyist user from UK writes:
These mixers are ok for what they do but for the price they look more than a little underpowered when compared to a soundcraft spirit studio which sounds a lot nicer imo and is far better featured (4 band eq being one of the more important ones).

So anyway, its ok and is definately better built than the soundcraft but ultimately its a live mixer which lacks the flexibility for studio use (imo, again). I`ll give it an 8 for PA usage, but only a 6 for studio....

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Saturday, 17-Nov-01 at 20:17
allen rench a hobbyist user from california writes:
i had my mackie 32-4, the sister board to the 24-4. i had this mixer hooked up in another room and it was almost silent using all the the inputs. but now after having to move this unit to another room, i am getting lotsa ground hum. bugger! im sure its a looping problem. the only problem i have with this mixer is the lame 60mm sliders (grinders) that come on all cheaper Mackies. after that i think the build qaulity is very nice

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 11-Sep-01 at 21:46
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