2-way compact hi-def loudspeaker with acoustic correction, custom-designed transducers, and more.
The Mackie HD1221 2-Way 12" High-Definition Powered Loudspeaker delivers 1,200W of power via ultra-efficient Class D Fast Recovery amplification, perfect for smaller venues that still demand high-output. High-definition audio processing results in unmatched clarity and performance, while custom-designed transducers and system tuning by EAW provide complete system optimization. Ideal for portable applications and installs, the HD1221 is flyable and the rugged, all-wood enclosure features a monitor position with a steep angle that's perfect for the stage. Three user-selectable voicing modes ensure the right tone for the application, including an optimized setting for use as a stage monitor.
1200W of ultra-efficient Class-D Fast Recovery amplification:
LF 500W RMS / 1000W peak
HF 100W RMS / 200W peak
High-definition digital processing includes:
Revolutionary patented acoustic correction
Transducer time alignment and phase correction
Precision 2-way crossover
Custom designed transducers by EAW:
12" neodymium woofer with 3" voice coil
1.75" compression driver with heat-treated titanium diaphragm
Custom designed user rotatable 90 x 50 horn
60 degree monitor angle for maximum coverage on stage
Triple voicing modes for easy system tuning
Ultra-compact and lightweight
Integrated limiting and protection circuitry
Rugged all wood cabinet (15mm birch)
12 integrated fly points for horizontal and vertical rigging
Comments about Mackie HD1221 12" 2-Way Compact High-Definition Powered Loudspeaker:
These speakers, when they are working, are very good. But we've already had one break down twice in less than six months (MAKE SURE TO GET THE WARRANTY!) and Asurion's (the company responsible for the repairs) turn around time/attention/communication is TERRIBLE. We also have a sub we bought and they had it for close to two months before they sent it back (allegedly, it is on its way). The total cost of this equipment was a heavy financial investment and it's cost us more on top of that due to orentals/cost of shipping it to Asurion. Don't say you weren't warned!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend