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Mackie Announces Price Drop on DL806
WOODINVILLE, WA - On July 1, the 8-channel DL806 got a significant price drop (25% less in the U.S. market) making it the lowest-priced professional digital mixer on the market.
The 8-channel DL806 delivers a rich, digital feature set. Completely controlled using one or more iPad devices, the Mackie Master Fader control app provides intuitive control over powerful processing and mixing tools.
The DL806 allows complete wireless control from an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch so the I/O can be placed wherever is most convenient, and the performer or engineer can make adjustments from anywhere in the venue. This is also well suited for corporate A/V and education installs, since the I/O can be located in a remote equipment rack, and users can still adjust levels as needed.
All eight input channels feature a 4-band EQ, gate and compression. A collection of reverbs and delays are included, and each output features both a 4-band parametric EQ and 31-band graphic EQ, limiting to protect connected loudspeakers. An alignment delay for syncing multiple speakers throughout a larger venue is also provided.
Another powerful benefit of digital mixing is recall. The DL806 is packed with factory presets to cover many common applications. Snapshots can also be used to configure the entire mixer for a variety of uses with just the push of a button. With the combination of view groups and access limiting, the mixer can be completely customized to show only the controls needed for the task, making the DL806 perfect for places where the operator is likely to have little mixing experience. Clearly labeled channels offer simplicity and safety for novice users.
The Mackie Master Fader Control App is available for free from the App Store on iPad or at this link. The Mackie My Fader™ Control App for iPhone and iPod touch is available for free download from the App Store at this link.
For more information, visit www.mackie.com/DLSeries.
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