The Mackie ProFX8 is designed to get your live performance up and running. It’s an 8-channel mixer featuring 4 high-headroom, low-noise mic. Find great deals for Mackie ProFX8 8-Channel Compact FX Mixer With USB. Shop with confidence on eBay!. The Mackie ProFX8 offers a complete and truly professional feature set, perfect for solo performers, small performing acts or any small venue that needs it all.
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Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe. Write a user review Ask for a user review. Not satisfied with those reviews? Request a new review. Our members also liked: Sort by most recent most useful. The Pro FX8 is a 8 channel mixer that comes with effects right on the unit. The FX8 is a smaller mixer but packs a powerful punch with all of its features. It allows you to stream and record through USB. This mixer is perfect for performing in a smaller club or for someone who performs solo by themselves.
All of the preamps have high headroom and some really porfx8 effects and EQ ability. The RMFX are 32 bit effects that add some style to your mixes.
The unit is very well built like most of the Mackie mixers that they have come out with over the last few years. Prfx8 are a 3 band channel and 7 band stereo EQ. The unit is pretty light and can be taken with you from place to place without feeling like you are lugging around more heavy gear on top of what you already have to carry.
User reviews: Mackie ProFX8 – Audiofanzine
It has all of the effects and features you need to add to your sound and your mix. It cost less than Did you find mac,ie review helpful? The only reason that I got rid of it and move on to the FX 12 was because of the ability to have 12 different instruments coming in.
But if you are looking for a device that has built in effects and can macoie hooked up to your computer via USB. This is exactly what you have been looking for. Because if you use a lot of live instruments and gear then you will nackie need to upgrade from the FX 8 anyways so in order to save your self some money and a head ache in the long run just go ahead and spend a little extra cash and get the Mackie pro FX But if you arent using all of the 8 inputs and only using a few of them, then go ahead and get the 8.
Just make sure you have room to grow either way. Prlfx8 Mackie Pro FX 8 mwckie a lot of power in a small footprint. While being small, it is built to take the knocks of the road and satisfies the home user as well. The effects are quality and after a little usage time you quickly learn the nuances and sweet spots of the mixer to suit your needs. Both Condenser and Dynamic mics are satisfied with it’s onboard power.
My AKG C condenser mic sounds amazing through this mixer. The good thing is that it is smaller and lighter then the previous DFX 6. What I like about this mixer is for the price you get great features, a stereo 7 band graphic EQ. More head room overall from the board on the Mackie s powered mixer I just retired. The board design has good quality with the knobs and sliders with the exception of the EFX selector knob, which seems of less quality from the rest of the board.
The EFX are clean and clear, however my ear does not hear a distinct difference in several of the 16 selections.
Overall though a good deal for the money. This is the only board of it’s size that has graphic EQ for controlling Mains or Monitors. I checked several other brands for that feature and other than Carvin 8 channel only this is madkie. If keeping a setup simple with good sound and a lot of features in a compact setup is important, then this is the main show in town. If not the only! Slices of the mixer Mackie ProFX8 have a 3-band active EQ, auxiliary outputs for external effects processors, as pgofx8 as 60mm faders.
Each microphone input has a low-cut filter at Hz. A channel dedicated stereo line level is also present, as well as a stereo return for keyboards, effects processor or playback. An entry that DI is also present, allowing direct connection of a guitar or bass. But for the ptofx8 it is great. USB noise problems are resolved by the latency of the soundcard to to samples in the buffer.
This is a mixing desk, high-quality but small group and record layouts. Do not plan to use with a DAW, latency too long and some short sample. That would be true if it were not mackle background noise 1 kHz The design of this table is good, too bad it EHJV numrique For audio hardcore, no problem.
For the home studio with recording via USB: What I like most is the design and simplicity of use. What I like least is the noise on the USB port. What I like even less is that Mackie still sell this model when they know necessarly that this presents an unacceptable default.
I judge the relative quality and price I do wrong Rasht in any case this model.