Mackie Onyx 1620i Reviews5.0/5.0 based on 4 customer reviews
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from United States
May 21, 2012Music Background:
Recording Artist, Recording Engineer, Pro Musician, Student
Guys, Buy ITThe preamps are awesome. The EQ is flawless. The sliders feel very comfortable and the talk back, amount of ins and outs, and control and phones source functions are amazing as well. I record and play live with this beast. It's heavy construction. Very Very well built. Just do it and own it forever.
Filipe Carreiro Beyer
October 29, 2010Music Background:
Arranger, Producer and Keyboards
Simple Analog LayoutSimple analog layout with fireware recording. I'm using with Pro Tools M-powered 8. No bugs, no problems and the pre's are great. I've been working with 96Khz. The sound is great. Very clean, but powerful. Thanks Alan to make me the right choice. Thanks Sweetwater.
March 28, 2010Music Background:
Best Mixer for smooth acurate detailed audio at this price!This unit with the Onyx preamps is the way to go.
I moved up from the 1604VLZ3. This is the way to go.
The features and ease of use are a plus also.
Detailed studio sound that is worth the investment.
Hear what's been missing.
from Minneapolis MN
October 8, 2009
Fantastic Wow!I have been looking for an audio interface analog mixer combo that can feed my Daw. I bought a 16 channel mixer with 8 direct outs and 4 sub groups to run into my motu 828. Nice set up but not intuative.
This mixer feeds all my needs 16 ins as i have a lot of outboard synths, and i can run them all in ALL 16 CHANNELS AT ONCE SWEET!!!!!!. Also i can send two back in to monitor what my computer hears.
So far fantastic plug and play on my mac pro. No drivers just hook it up and play.
Worth more than i paid for it i believe and a great saving from these guys, and dont forget the free candy:)
Clean lines and designed for a musician not an engineer. Simple manual i didnt even open to hook up. Manual maybe 20 pages thats all you need.
My first Mackie product now i see what all the fuss is about.
Thanks guys now i can make music not swap cables and try to find routing signals and the tactile feel of a quality mixer.