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Mackie SRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker  

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    Studio monitor-like performance at full-on live-sound levels.

    The Mackie SRM350v2 active loudspeaker is the perfect solution when space is at a premium. The SRM350v2 retains the best of the original SRM design, including its signature Mackie Active architecture and renowned rugged durability. But with ultra-efficient switching power supplies, a lightweight neodymium woofer, an all-new compression driver and Class-D Fast Recovery amplification (165W LF/30W HF), the SRM350v2 packs way more power, clarity and punch. And its wide dispersion, outstanding bass extension and ultra-low distortion mean the SRM350v2 delivers pure studio monitor performance at full-on loudspeaker levels.

    Features

    • 2-way bi-amplified, optimized Active loudspeaker system
    • High-output, titanium dome compression driver
    • 10" Neodymium long-throw low frequency transducer
    • 165W class-D, Fast Recovery LF amp / 30W HF amp
    • Ultra-wide, smooth dispersion via HF waveguide
    • Built-in phase accurate 24dB Linkwitz-Riley electronic crossover
    • Electronic time correction, phase alignment and EQ for studio quality sound
    • Mic/line input and pass-thru connector
    • Lightweight for ultimate portability (26 lbs)
    • Flyable, Pole mountable, Floor wedge-able

    Order the SRM350 v2 today and have studio sound onstage.

     
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    MackieSRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker
     
    3.7

    (based on 6 reviews)

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    2.0

    not reliable like the old 450's

    By jazzmoking

    from Bangor,Maine

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Breaks Easily
    • Pricey / Poor Value
    • Unreliable

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Mackie SRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker:

    First one DOA from Musicians Friend. Second one, the tweeter went out with low volume light use. Repaired under warranty. Got it back worked fine for a few gigs and again no tweeter. No service place in my area. A bad investment if you have to count on it working. It sounded ok when it worked but that was not often.

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    5.0

    Great as monitors!

    By Heajerk

    from Viginia Beach

    Comments about Mackie SRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker:

    I have to say, I read alot of bad reviews about Mackie products and I just don't get it. I have 2 sets of the SRM350's, a pair of the 450v2's and a CFX16mkII mixer and use them at 2-3 gigs a week. I have had no problems with any of Mackie's products and I have been using this setup for 3 years. The 350's are great as stage monitors, they don't really have the power to be much else unless you are an acoustic duo in a small venue, then they would be great as mains with a sub. Great coverage from the wave guide and their compact size make them the perfect monitor for vocals and acoustic guitars.

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    3.0

    Disappointed

    By Dr. D-YDp3A

    from Lexingon, KY

    Comments about Mackie SRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker:

    The speaker was only three months old when it gave up a tweeter. Mackie refused to replace it and now it has been in the shop for over a month waiting on parts. Mackie has changed! I will buy a different product next time.

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    4.0

    SMARTMONKEY

    By WIFE

    from Tucson, Arizona

    Comments about Mackie SRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker:

    My band uses a pair of these for small coffee house/restarant gigs and they work and sound fine. We have had problems useing them outside in direct sunlight. They seem to go into some sort of thermal protection mode after about thirty min. On larger gigs we use them as monitors so when they shut down so does or stage sound which can kind of suck. But all and all,we are happy with these little guys and we think they sound superior to all other brands in this size and style.

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    3.0

    Not worth 6 bills

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mackie SRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker:

    Mackie definitely makes good stuff, but they are reaching for the moon with this price. Class-D amps are finicky to design and this "fast-recovery" technology Mackie boasts about does not impress my experienced ears. All that hype sounds like techno-mumbo-jumbo to rationalize using cheap class-D chip amps. No matter how you design them, you are always building around a bogus amp-topology, the switching-mode "class D"And neo-speakers should not be expensive.Neodymium is called a "rare Earth" element, simply because it fits in that class of elements on the periodic table, but it is not at all "rare" and should not be expensive. The real advantage of class-d amps is to the manufacturer. They are cheap. They are more efficient so it makes heat issues less of a problem, and reduces weight per watt. That doesn't mean they sound good or are reliable though. In fact, it takes a ton of electronic trickery to get class-D amps to sound good at all. Don't be fooled by the hype. The old SRM speakers sound better and are a better value, even though they too are grossly overpriced. If you want to reward a profiteering company that uses techno-verbiage to impress the uninformed, buy these. You can get better speakers for less. And you won't be paying a premium for marketing buzz words like "neodymium" or "class-D". Old-school Class A/B amps are heavier, but sound fine, are reliable and are affordable. The idea of matching amps to drivers with internal active crossovers and electronic time alignment is a good one, but it simply is NOT worth this much.

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    5.0

    Small box, BIG sound

    Comments about Mackie SRM350 v2 Active PA Loudspeaker:

    Hard to believe they improved them, but they did. These are lighter, louder and clearer than their predecessors. I was skeptical about the class D amps, because I know how tricky they are. Sure, they're efficient, but most class D amps have problems with latching distortion. Somehow, Mackie engineers have conquered that pernicious problem. I hear no distortion at all. Dispersion is excellent, so a properly-aimed pair (on stands) covers a good-sized audience in sweet stereo bliss. We rarely use monitors anymore because these things allow singers to pitch without typical "in-your-face" floor wedges. My ears don't ring after gigs now. Our average set-up time is five minutes with these things. They look good, don't eat up real estate and sound great. I doubt that anyone can design a better speaker system, with an amp and put it in a smaller lighter box. Until the laws of physics are repealed, or human hearing suddenly evolves, these things will rule. If you play loud, get the 450s or just buy more. If you want rumble for raves, boom for beats or maniacal menacing volumes, get subs. There is a low-cut switch on the back of these things for that kind of craziness.This system is easily scalable so your mixer and other speakers will never be obsolete. So far, my experience with all Mackie products has been that they never fail. I've never had to call Mackie for service or warranty work. My first Mackie mixer is 16 years old and it still works. We keep it in the garage so we don't have to set-up to practice. These speakers and the VLZ 802 handles everything we need for live performances. Talk about labor saving! cheap for a great speaker system plus a monitor. Get smart. Get Mackie. It's the only instant weight-loss system I know that actually works.The only systems that can beat this are high-end QSC, Mackie or maybe EAW systems. If you're in a major touring band, these are not what you want for mains. For us working stiffs, they are heavenly.

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