Mackie Mix8 - 8-Channel Compact Mixer

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Mackie Mix8 - 8-Channel Compact Mixer
Key Features
  • 2 Mic/Line Inputs with 3-Band EQ
  • 2 Stereo 1/4" Line Inputs with 3-Band EQ
  • 1 Aux Send with Stereo 1/4'' Returns
  • Stereo RCA Tape Inputs & Outputs
The Mackie Mix8 is an 8-channel compact mixer that features high quality components, a rugged metal chassis, and is designed for a variety of sound reinforcement applications. The mixer features two mic/line inputs with 48V phantom power, two stereo 1/4" line inputs, and stereo 1/4" aux send and return. It is capable of accommodating dynamic and condenser microphones, keyboards, DJ setups, portable music players, and more.
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Mackie MIX8 Overview

The Mackie Mix8 is an 8-channel compact mixer that features high quality components, a rugged metal chassis, and is designed for a variety of sound reinforcement applications. The mixer features two mic/line inputs with 48V phantom power, two stereo 1/4" line inputs, and stereo 1/4" aux send and return. It is capable of accommodating dynamic and condenser microphones, keyboards, DJ setups, portable music players, and more.

Each of the two mic/line inputs is equipped with XLR and 1/4" connectors, a dedicated 3-band EQ, aux send, pan, level control and an LED overload indicator. The two stereo 1/4" line inputs each feature an aux send, 3-band EQ, level control, balance control and also have an LED overload indicator.

  • Dedicated stereo RCA inputs/outputs for playback or recording
  • Headphone and stereo control room outputs
  • Rugged, reliable design built to last
  • Compact and portable

 

UPC: 663961044904

Mackie MIX8 Specs

Noise(20 Hz – 20 kHz bandwidth, 150 ohm source impedance, EIN)

All outputs, master levels and channel levels off –100 dBu

All outputs, master levels unity, all channel levels off –90 dBu

All outputs, master levels unity, 1 channel level unity –85 dBu

 

 

THD+N(20 Hz – 30 kHz bandwidth)

Mic input to main output  <0.25% @ +4 dBu output

 

 

Attenuation and Crosstalk(20 Hz – 20 kHz bandwidth)

Inputs to outputs @1 kHz –85 dB

Main mix off @1 kHz –75 dB

 

 

Frequency ResponseMic Input to Any Output (Gain at Unity): +0, –1 dB, 20 Hz to 30 kHz

 

 

Equivalent Input Noise-125 dBu, (mic in to insert send out, max gain)
Common Mode Rejection Ratio1 kHz better than –70 dB,  (mic in to insert send out, max gain)
ImpedanceMic In: 3.8 kohms 

All Other Inputs: 10 kohms or greater

Tape Out : 1 kohms

Phones: 22 ohms

All Other Outputs: 120 ohms unbalanced,  240 ohms balanced

 

 

Maximum LevelMic Inputs (XLR):  +19 dBu

Aux Return In:  +16 dBu

All Other Inputs:  +21 dBu

All Outputs: +21 dBu

 

 

EqualizationHigh Shelving:  ±15 dB @ 12 kHz

Mid Peaking: ±15 dB @ 2.5 kHz

Low Shelving:  ±15 dB @ 80 Hz

Low Cut Filter: 18 dB/octave, –3 dB @ 75 Hz

 

 

Power RequirementsPower Connection:  2-pin DC connector [US], 3-pin DC connector [EU]

Input: 120 VAC, 60 Hz [US], 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz [EU]

Output: 18 VAC, 600 mA

 

 

Dimensions2.1 x  7.8 x 9.6"  (53 x  198 x 244 mm)

 

 

 

Weight2.5 lb (1.1 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.285 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.4 x 9.3 x 3.4"
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Hi Michael, I have yet to try this with the Mix8 but I will look at it tonight. Have you tried engaging the To Phones button and disengaging the To Mix button? I am guess you have since it seems to be the way it would be done if possible. Though looking at the location of the buttons I am now wondering if they send the RCA inputs to the phones or to Main since they are stacked next to the RCA connectors. I'll do some more looking and experimenting on the 8 and let you know. - Craig
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