Mackie PPM1008 8-Channel Ultra-light Professional Powered Mixer- 1600W

Item #: PPM1008 MFG #: PPM1008

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    PPM1008 - Overview

    Power To The People
    The Mackie PPM1008 features 800W + 800W peak Class-D, Fast Recovery™ power amplifiers, 6 mono mic/line channels each with 3-band Perkins EQ and sweepable mid and 2 stereo mic/line/RCA channels each with 4-band Perkins EQ.

    The PPM1008 is equipped with a 32-bit RMFX+™ processor featuring 24 effects with tap delay, dual 9-band graphic EQ (one for mains, one for monitors) and dedicated in-line compressors on the first 4 channels.

    Each mono channel has a premium Mackie mic preamp, a low/high gain switch, 1 Mon send and 1 FX/Mon send and a Channel Insert jack for connecting an external processor.

    There are built-in DIs on channels 5 and 6 for direct connection of guitars or bass, a 1/4" stereo footswitch jack for muting effects and a subwoofer output.

    Other features include +48V phantom power, stereo tape output, stereo 12-segment LED meters and TRS stereo output jacks.

    Despite its large channel count, the PPM1008 is ultra-light. Plus, it's a Mackie, which means it is "Built-Like-A-Tank" and will survive years of abuse!

    Big Sound, Small Footprint
    The PPM1008 is an excellent choice for small to medium sized venues or bars that have limited space. It's compact and ultra-lightweight design means you can pull it out when you need it and have all the power you need. The PPM1008 is an excellent solution for integration into existing passive loudspeaker systems, bands touring small clubs or any application requiring an ultra-lightweight, powerful, all-in-one mixing and amplification solution.

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