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Mackie PROFX8 8-Channel Mixer

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  • Brand: Mackie
  • Product Code: PROFX8
  • Professional 8-channel compact mixer with onboard effects and USB I/O
  • 4 low-noise, high-headroom Mackie mic pre-amps with easy LED metering
  • 32-bit RMFX(TM) processor with 16" "Gig-Ready" reverbs, choruses and delays
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Product Description

The ProFX8 offers a complete and truly professional feature set, perfect for solo performers, small performing acts or any small venue that needs it all, without the hefty price tag. They offer all the right tools to get the job done well, sport the popular compact footprint that Mackie is known for and are also the most budget-friendly of all the Mackie sound reinforcement mixers. Our competition either doesn't have the expansive feature set of the Proofs Series, or they simply will not survive the test of time. You are investing in your mixer and the Proofs will be there for you at every gig, ready to roll. Features: Professional 8-channel Compact Mixer with onboard effects and USB I/O 4 low-noise, high-headroom Mackie mic preamps with easy LED metering 32-bit RMFX? processor with 16 "Gig-Ready" reverbs, choruses and delays Precision 7-band graphic EQ for tuning Mains or Monitors USB I/O for recording shows and music playback via Mac or PC 3 full stereo channels plus extra stereo return for keyboards, external effects or stereo playback devices 60mm faders for input channels, returns and Main/Monitor masters 3-band active EQ (80Hz, 2.5kHz and 12kHz) on all channels Hi-Z input for direct connection of guitar, bass and other instruments Insert, 100Hz low cut filter, and 48V phantom power on all mic channels Stereo RCA tape I/O with input level control Headphone output with separate rotary level control Balanced XLR and balanced/unbalanced ¼-inch Main outputs FX mute with remote control via footswitch Break switch mutes all channels for music playback between sets Built-like-a-tank steel chassis with rugged, yet stylish ABS side cheeks "Planet Earth" switching power supply for worldwide use Includes Traction 3 Music Production Software for Mac or PC.

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User Manual [8.27mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 3.6 x 12 inches ; 7.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00352MHGA
  • Item model number: PROFX8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,345 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2010

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Paul D Ford on January 1, 2012
By now, you have probably read about the problem with the USB connection generating a high pitch sound during recording making the USB functionality unusable (an Amazon reviewer referred to this as a "fatal flaw," and I heartily agree). I experienced this firsthand, then read folks struggling with the issue on the Mackie support blogs. When I called Mackie support to seek a fix, I was told that the problem was well known and the newer lots had been corrected with new hardware. They sent me a new Mackie Board from the newer lots, and I returned my old one. I have not had any problems with the USB functionality since. I am thankful to Mackie for the great customer service, especially since I addressed the problem after the one year warranty had expired.

I'm assuming that purchases made now will not have the problem, but if it does, contact Mackie to get a replacement.

At this point, I am still running the board through its paces, but thus far so good.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bruno Fotheringay-Phipps on May 22, 2013
Negative reviews on this board made me a bit apprehensive, but, remembering the lush, punchy sound of my trusty old VLZ pro 1202 that I picked up well used and then recorded and occasionally gigged with for nearly a decade before its main outs started to give, I decided to give it a try. I needed a reliable portable mixer with faders and effects for live gigs (I did not test it USB capabilities, so I can't comment on the USB noise issue described in the other.)
I didn't get to gig with it, because after mere several hours of rehearsals one of the stereo channels developed horrendous static noise. The noise persists regardless of whether or not anything is plugged into that channel, and only disappears when the channel is faded out or muted.
I'd think it a probable fluke had another reviewer not describe an identical issue with his board.
Another problem for me was that the "32-bit" effects are extremely dull, the delays and reverbs are just "barely there," even when turned up to near-clipping levels. The effects have zero character and add very little to the performance. It's impossible to edit the preset effects paremeters in any way--no tap tempo or feedback for the delays, no size or decay for the reverbs etc. Maybe these effects would be adequate for a solo acoustic guitar/vocals-type gig, but for my electronic music project I require something a lot more substantial. I find the 24-bit effects on the cheaper, flimsy Behringer 1222fx to be much more useable. And some of the effects on the comparably featured Allen & Heath Zed 10FX are actually awesome and editable on the fly, which greatly enhances a live performance.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Coffeesmade on July 16, 2010
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I had high hopes for the Mackie Profx8 based on the great feature set. Has everything in features that I want in a compact mixer. Hooked it up and first show went great. I'd say sound quality was excellent. Much better than the Alesis multimix 8 that I was replacing. Effects were so so but useable. Build quality seemed ok, but didn't knock my socks off. Unfortunately, in the second use one of the stereo channels went out. I baby my equipment so I'm sure that it wasn't knocked around or roughly handled. Based on other reviews regarding noise in using the usb recording, and fears about the quality, I elected to send back and not replace with the same model. Replacing with an Allen & Heath Zed 10fx. To be seen if better quality can be had at this price point.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Relentless on August 7, 2011
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Overall I'm a big fan of Mackie (mixers and speakers). Recently I bought this mixer to replace an Alesis MultiMix8 that had some channels busted within the first couple weeks. The mixer itself (judging by monitors and headphones) is great. Feels solid and well built. The sliders and nobs feel well placed and sturdy. The sound is fairly pristine -- which is a good thing. However, one of the main reasons I bought this mixer is the USB interface to my computer and this is where this mixer failed. The mixer adds a very pronounced high-pitched noise to the USB out. Even when all channels, main, monitor, etc are muted and zero'd out the USB interface sends the same high-pitched whine/hiss to the computer. It's not something you can just noise reduce via software. It's very, very much destructive of whatever sound you are actually trying to record, which completely defeats the purpose and IMO it's a fatal flaw of this product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Josh the sound guy on November 3, 2014
I use this at my church to run the sound. it's a good little mixer if you don't need anything super fancy. it's got inserts and and FX send, so you can hook up external processors, which is good, because the built in graphic equalizer isn't big enough to replace a real one. the only problem with it, is that it runs USB 1.0, which means that only the first 2 channels are USB capable. other than that, it's probably one of the best small mixers you could buy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Moody on December 16, 2013
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I got this mixer as a usb-enabled upgrade from my little behringer 802 (which still works fine). The mixer itself is build great. the sound quality is terrific. The sound effects are kinda nice to have but since i'm using this as a podcast mixer its not really relevent. overall I'm happy with it.
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