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PLASA 2010: Mackie release powerful HDA speaker system
Mackie is releasing a host of new products at PLASA 2010 including the Mackie HDA high-definition arrayable loudspeakers.
Mackie has earned a reputation for bringing high-end technology into designs that fit the needs and budgets of the working musician around the world.
The Mackie HDA High-Definition Arrayable Powered Loudspeaker System exemplifies this philosophy, delivering superior performance and unparalleled sonic quality.
Powered by 1200W of peak system power, with a coverage pattern of 110 x 20, the compact 12" 2-Way HDA loudspeakers are highly configurable.
With acoustic and mechanical design by the award-winning engineering experts at EAW and patented HD audio processing, HDA offers proven line array performance and technology at a price point attainable by more users than ever before.
The Mackie HDA High-Definition Arrayable Powered Loudspeaker System delivers superior performance and unparalleled sonic quality in the most cost-effective constant curvature line array ever.Posted on 8 Sep 2010 12:18 to category : Instruments News
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