Mackie 1604 VLZ4

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Mezclador de 16 canales

  • 16 entradas mono de micrófono/línea (jack/XLR)
  • 4 retornos auxiliares estéreo
  • 6 envíos auxiliares
  • 16 inserciones de canal
  • 8 salidas directas
  • Ecualizador de 3 bandas con barrido de medios
  • Filtro paso alto de 18 dB
  • PFL
  • Preamplificadores de micrófono VLZ 4
  • Alimentación phantom de 48 V
  • Fuente de alimentación interna
  • 4 subgrupos
  • Inserción master
  • Salidas master balanceada (jack)
  • Incluye kit para montaje en rack de 19"
  • Dimensiones: 445 x 129 x 440 mm
  • Peso: 9,1 kg
Disponible desde Septiembre 2013
número de artículo 319328
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
Canales en uso simultaneamente 16
Entradas de Micrófono 16
Entradas Stereo 0
Salida Master 6.3mm balanceado
Pre-Aux Max. 2
Interfaz para PC No
Grabación Multipista No
Grabación a USB / SD No
Procesador de efecto No
Lector USB No
Reproductor Bluetooth No
Zonas 0
Ancho en mm 440 mm
Altura (mm) 129 mm
Profundidad en mm 433 mm
Ancho (mm) 440 mm
Profundidad (mm) 433 mm
Peso en Kg 9,1 kg
Peso (kg) 9,1 kg
Nº de canales en paralelo 16
Entradas de micrófono 16
Entradas de Linea Mono 16
Nº de entradas stereo 0
Nº de entradas Hi-Z 0
Entradas de Alta Impedancia 0
Alimentacion Phantom 48V
Alimentación Phantom 48V
Conectores Master 6.3 mm bal.
Canales Auxiliares 4
Vías Auxiliares 4
Nº de Pre Aux 2
Interfaz de Audio No
Entradas de la interfaz de audio 0
Salidas de la Interfaz de Audio 0
Rec Out (Analógico) 1
Salida Rec Out (Analogica) 1
Filtro paso alto 1
Filtro Paso Alto 1
Insert 1
Direct Out 1
EQ Parametrico 1
EQ Parametrica 1
Panorama 1
Pan 1
PFL 1
Procesadores de Efectos 0
Conector para lámpara BNC
Conector para Lampara BNC
Foot Switch No
Conmutador de Pie No
Montaje en Rack Si
Montaje en Rack 19" 1
Montaje en Rack (nº de artículo) Si
Montaje en Rack (Nº de Artículo) Si (n/d)
Alimentación a 110V Si
Funciona a 110V 1
Caja Thomann (nº de artículo) No
Caja Thon (nº de artículo) No
Bolsa (nº de artículo) No
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Alpacino 21.03.2020
Absolutamente en cantado con esta mesa. Tengo a la venta mi Mackie anterior, la CR1604 y he decidido actualizarme con este auténtico tanque que rebosa calidad y prestaciones por todas partes. Previos buenísimos y grandes posibilidades y funciones que sólo aparecen en mesas de mayor formato.
Encantado cada días más con mi adquisición. Thomann no vende el rotopad (dispositivo para colocar el panel de conexiones) en el mismo plano de los controles de la mesa. He comprado uno de segunda mano y es importante saber que vale cualquier modelo para la serie VLZ (tenía mis dudas incluso después de hablar con el servicio técnico de Mackie, que me aconsejaba el de la VLZ4 para no tener ningún problema). No lo he tenido con el rotopad para la VLZ1.
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AdayRC 20.03.2020
Crystal Clear. Heavyweight. Excellent. Hard worker. Everyday tool for sound technicians and musicians. Not a toy for home producers.
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Vicente9457 20.02.2015
Suena a Mackie, bien, es flexible, bieen, pero no parece tan robusta como la CR-1604. Los tiempos cambian y la fabricación también. Calidad precio genial.
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Versatile mixer small enough to fit into 19" rack
AnalogAdrian 26.04.2019
PROS:
Versatility - loads of inputs / outputs and routing options allow you to configure this mixer for any kind of setup.
Portability - 16 channel mixing desk which folds in half to fit into 19” rack for ultimate portability.
Value for money - you're not going to find another mixer with this many features and such high quality at this price point.

CONS:
Small, tightly spaced controls - if you've got big fingers and the mixer is awkwardly positioned it can be fiddly.

I have been using this mixer for over a year and I am delighted with it. This is my first serious mixing desk, I have previously owned DJ mixers and small 2 - 4 channel instrument mixers.

I wanted a mixer with lots of Aux sends and returns as I have several outboard audio processors: 3 compressors, 2 filters and 1 multi FX unit.

The 1604VLZ4 gives me all the inputs and outputs I need and there are plenty of posibilities for future expansion.

The 6 aux sends (switchable between pre / post fader), 4 stereo returns, 4 mix busses and CR / phones routing matrix lets me route audio in any number of ways through my outboard processors.

The subgroups are very useful for running two main mixes in parallel, in my case (electronic music producer) I have all the drum tracks on subgroup 1-2 and all the synths on subgroup 3-4. This allows me to run all the drums through a dedicated compressor and run the synths through other individual compressor channels and put the entire synth mix through a filter at the end. Awesome!

The solo button lets you route any track through the fourth mix bus (after L-R, 1-2, 3-4) and the routing matrix lets you use this solo bus in several ways. In my case, I have attached the CR / phone output to the input of my sampler, so I can solo any one or multiple tracks to record a sample, without interrupting the main mix. Very useful.

The the 8 direct outs offer lots of posibilities for future expansion, for example connecting to computer audio interface or other gear.

Now to cram this much into a 19” rack format means some compromises: The knobs and buttons are tightly spaced, and everything feels a bit smaller than it could be. But despite my big fingers, it only took a couple of days to get used to the small controls. I found that placing the mixer lower than the rest of my desk allowed me to look directly down on the controls, and now the size and spacing does not bother me at all. The pots are accurate, smooth and have minimal give.

The fader caps look strange but they feel and work great! My big fingers sit comfortably in the groove, and the little slot cut into the centre allows you to line up with the scale which would otherwise be obscured beneath the fader cap. The faders are my favourite part of the mixer in terms of physical controls. The plush movement, minimal resistance, satisfactory travel distance and funky fader caps make for a very comfortable and accurate mixing experience.

Sound quality is excellent; I have not heard any noise or hum or crackles or anything.

Build quality is superb. This mixer is solid as a rock and despite being exposed to more dust etc than the rest of my equipment, it is suffering no signs of wear and tear after 12 months of regular use.

Those of you with limited space or the need for portability, this mixer is a Transformer - more than meets the eye. To rack mount it, you remove a few screws and fold it in half basically. I put it inside a floor standing rack so now it's desktop footprint is zero. The whole thing is small enough to fit in the seat of a car, etc.

My single criticism is that the buttons do not illuminate. A few have an LED next to them, but mostly you need to take a close look at the side of the button to see if it's depressed or not. I guess this isn't a standard feature so I can't really blame Mackie for this.

I do not use microphones so I have no comment on the mic preamps.

I would recommend this mixer to anyone looking for a 16 channel analogue desk with lots of aux sends / returns, multiple busses and numerous routing options.

I would also recommend this mixer to anyone looking for their first mixing desk - if you are daunted by aux sends / receives / busses, I assure you this mixer has what you need to get started and the routing options to experiment and learn how best to connect your kit.
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