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Mackie unveils new flagship series

Mackie unveils new flagship series

Mackie unveils new flagship series

At the heart of DRM loudspeakers is Mackie’s Advanced Impulse DSP module

Developed for mobile DJs, bands, installations, houses of worship and rental systems, Mackie’s DRM loudspeakers provide up to 2,300W of power via Class-D amplifiers. Universal power supplies (100–240V) feature Power Factor Correction technology that reportedly regulates incoming voltage for peak performance even with unstable AC power.

The series consists of the DRM212 (12 inches/1,600W), DRM215 (15 inches/1,600W), three-way DRM315 (15 inches, 2,300W), DRM12A array (12 inches/2,000W) and DRM18S subwoofer (18 inches/2,000W). At the heart of every speaker is Mackie’s Advanced Impulse DSP module. The manufacturer also reports that precision crossovers, transducer time-alignment and tuned FIR filters overcome the physical attributes that can contribute to poor sound.

The Control Dashboard features a high-contrast, full-colour display on the back panel to reportedly provide a quick and easy set up. Full-range models offer three-band parametric EQ, venue-specific voicing modes, alignment delay, user presets and system lock. The subwoofer features a variable crossover and cardioid mode.

The titanium diaphragm compression drivers are housed in braced plywood cabinets. On the exterior, each DRM is covered in a touring-grade textured coating. The ported design of DRM cabinets is said to provide a responsive bass while simultaneously helping to keep the amplifier cool. The loudspeakers are equipped with M10 flypoints, dual-angle pole mounts and line array configurations. Both the DRM212 and DRM215 feature angled cabinet designs to allow for use as high-powered floor monitors. Every DRM Series model is also available as a passive version.

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