Mackie DLM Series


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Mackie DLM Series

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DLM speakers each feature 2,000W of power, proprietary Mackie TruSource technology and a full-featured integrated digital mixer/processor. This potent technological combination not only allows for the small form factor of DLM, but also delivers a high level of performance and fidelity. The powerful DLM system includes two full-range models (DLM8, DLM12) along with a high-output compact subwoofer (DLM12S). The full-range DLM8 and DLM12 are equipped with MackieĆ­s TruSource driver that incorporates the high-output woofer and 1.75" compression driver into an incredibly compact common-magnet design. Powerful TruSource DSP delivers clarity, consistent dispersion and fidelity. Both the DLM8 and DLM12 feature the Mackie DL2 integrated digital mixer, providing a dual-channel mixing solution for a wide array of possible connections with channel features like 3-band EQ and 16 effects
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