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More IEMs and headphones from Mackie

More IEMs and headphones from Mackie

More IEMs and headphones from Mackie

The MC-350 headphones feature a closed-back design to avoid background noise and leakage

With the MC-350 and MC-450, Mackie has expanded its MC series of professional headphones. Fulfilling a 20Hz – 20kHz frequency output, the ergonomically fitting models feature a rugged design, leather adjustable headbands and conforming ear pads. Like the MC-150 and MC-250 models, the MC-350 headphones feature a closed-back design to avoid background noise and leakage. With an impedance rating of 32Ω and 97dB sensitivity, the MC-350’s 50mm transducers are said to provide impressive LF extension. Featuring 42mm transducers, the MC-450 headphones employ an open-back design for promoting reduced ear fatigue, high headroom, smooth midrange and clarity. Both new models come with premium cables with locking bayonet connectors.


Having already launched the MP-120, MP-220 and MP-240 IEMs, Mackie has added MP-320, MP-360 and MP-460 models to the current line-up. With the introduction of the MP-BTA Bluetooth Adapter, all six MP series IEMs boast Bluetooth connectivity. The three new IEMs employ a precision three-way crossover to provide a balanced sound across the entire 20Hz – 20kHz frequency range. An over-ear design ensures MP series monitors fit securely in the ears with the cables behind the head for uninterrupted performance. The moulded enclosures come with foam, silicone, wide-bore silicone and triple flange ear tips in three different sizes. The detachable, shielded cables are equipped with MMCX connectors for added flexibility.

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