Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor
The Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor has been redesigned with modern components for improved accuracy and an extended low-frequency response. It delivers the clarity, ultra-linear frequency response, and broad stereo imaging of the originals. With its versatility and flexibility, the HR624 MKII is perfect for a wide variety of applications.
The Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor features a solid aluminum Zero Edge baffle and optimized waveguide that help to give the Mackie HR624 MKII even more accurate, natural sound reproduction. Designed with high-definition audio in mind, the Mackie HR624 MKII provides exeptional clarity for surround 5.1 and 7.1 applications, and an Acoustic Space Control function allows it to be adapted to any room and still provide maximum accuracy. Low-frequency roll-off and high-frequency shelf functions are also included on the Mackie HR624 MKII.
New Baffle Design
The Mackie HR624 MKII features a Zero Edge baffle, which is constructed from a solid piece of aluminum. The new baffle design minimizes diffraction and helps provide a clear sonic image, as well as tight bass response. An optimized waveguide disperses sound evenly over a wide field, as well as providing robust mids. These improvements to frequency response and depth of field make the Mackie HR624 MKII Monitor sounds better than ever.
Acoustic Space Control
An integrated Acoustic Space Control feature makes the Mackie HR624 MKII Monitor ideal for locations (such as video post suites and home/project studios) where available space is limited. This feature gives you full space, half-space, and quarter space settings, which adjusts the bass response when they're away from walls, against walls, or set up in corners. Low frequency roll-off and high frequency shelf functions are also switchable on the back panel.
Ample Wattage, Time Correction
The Mackie HR624 MKII's 6.7" low-frequency driver receives 100 watts from an onboard FR (Fast Recovery) amplifier. The waveguide-loaded aluminum dome tweeter is powered with 40 watts, and an active crossover helps to eliminate phase anomalies. The Mackie HR624 MKII Monitor also includes time-correction circuitry, which allows the highs and lows to reach the listener at the same time.
Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor Features
- 6.7" High-precision, low-distortion LF driver
- 1" Titanium dome ferrofluid-cooled tweeter
- Optimized waveguide for wide, even tone
- Twin FR Series amplifiers (100W LF, 40W HF)
- Cast aluminum Zero Edge baffle minimizes diffraction
- Internal damping eliminates midrange artifacts
- Acoustic Space Control, LF roll-off, HF shelf controls
- Balanced XLR, TRS, and unbalanced RCA inputs
- OmniMount for easy wall or ceiling placement
- THX pm3 certified for surround applications
Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor Specifications
- Type: Powered
- Power Configuration: Bi-amped
- LF Driver Size: 6.7"
- LF Driver Type: Cone
- HF Driver Size: 1"
- HF Driver Type: Dome
- LF Driver Power Amp: 100 watt
- HF Driver Power Amp: 40 watt
- Total Power: 140 watt
- Frequency Range: 49 Hz - 20 kHz (±1.5 dB)
- Crossover Frequency: 3 kHz, 24 dB/octave
- Maximum Peak SPL: 106 dB
- Input Types: 1 x XLR, 1 x TRS, 1 x RCA
- Enclosure Type: Sealed
- Dimensions: (H x W x D) 13.1" x 8.6" x 12.6"
- Weight: 23.4 lbs./10.6kg
Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor Includes
- Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor
- Power Cord
- Owners Manual
- 3 Year Warranty (Electronics Parts)
- 2 Year Warranty (Drivers)
Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor Downloads
- Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor Owners Manual (PDF)
- Mackie HR624 MKII Active Studio Monitor Spec Sheet (PDF)
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So, I recently purchased these as an "upgrade" to my HR824 (original) speakers under the belief that they would have a more focused midrange and just be a general upgrade because of their MKII status. The monitor's sound fine but overall I was a bit dissapointed and missed the low end extension of my HR824's. Given the competition currently out there I would at least (and really you should always do this) compare these to other studio monitors at your local retailer before making the purchase. These could be great for all types of settings (film scoring, video editing, studio B), but make sure they're to your liking first.