Mackie Reach 750W Portable PA System

720W Portable PA System with Built-in Personal Monitoring and Wireless Mixing and Streaming
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All-in-one PA with First-rate Sound and Wireless Control

The Mackie Reach portable PA system delivers impeccable sound to your entire audience, thanks to advanced ARC (Amplified Radial Curve) array technology. The built-in EarShot personal monitoring system puts flexible monitoring right where you need it. The Reach's onboard 6-channel digital mixer can be controlled with your iOS and Android device, letting you tweak levels, EQ, and other sound-enhancing functions from anywhere. You can even stream backing tracks and break music from your Bluetooth-equipped device! Packed with connectivity, the Mackie Reach is a first-rate all-in-one portable PA system.

Mackie Reach Portable PA System at a Glance:
  • ARC technology and enough power to fill the room
  • Built-in EarShot system provides flexible personal monitoring
  • Mix from anywhere with wireless control and audio streaming
  • Ample connectivity and stereo capabilities
ARC technology and enough power to fill the room

The Mackie Reach features ARC (Amplified Radial Curve) technology, employing a unique, vertically spaced multi-tweeter array and a pair of 6.5" low-frequency drivers to deliver an astounding 150 degrees of coverage, ensuring that everybody in your audience experiences top-quality sound. And because the Reach is packed with a robust 720 watts of DSP-driven power, you can rest easy knowing that it generates enough decibels to reach the back row.

Built-in EarShot system provides flexible personal monitoring

The Mackie Reach provides you with a wide range of monitoring options, thanks to its built-in EarShot personal monitoring system. No matter where you position it, you can monitor from either side of the Reach, each with independently controlled levels that are separate from the main array. On top of that, the EarShot system extends the Reach's horizontal coverage by an additional 50 degrees, providing you with a massive 200 degrees of total coverage.

Mix from anywhere with wireless control and audio streaming

If you ask anybody at Sweetwater what their favorite feature of the Mackie Reach is (aside from its stellar sound quality), they'll likely bring up its wireless mixing and audio streaming. Not only can you access and control the Reach's integrated digital mixing and processing features with your iOS- or Android-compatible device, you can also stream backing tracks and break music via Bluetooth. From anywhere in the room, you can easily set levels, tweak EQ, or manipulate the Reach's reverbs, choruses, delays, feedback eliminator, and more. You also get three instantly recallable, fully customizable user presets for quick setup in familiar venues.

Ample connectivity and stereo capabilities

When it comes to connectivity, the Mackie Reach doesn't leave you wanting. The Reach is packed with four XLR and 1/4" combo inputs for connecting vocal mics, guitars, and other instruments, as well as a stereo mini input for laptops, phones, or line-level instruments like keyboards, synths, and drum machines. The included footswitch jack allows you to turn effects on and off during a performance. A headphone jack automatically mutes the speaker for silent practice. The Reach's Link I/O jacks expand the system into a fully integrated stereo PA, maximizing its power, inputs, and coverage.

Mackie Reach Portable PA System Features:
  • ARC (Amplified Radial Curve) technology delivers 150 degrees of coverage
  • 720 watts of power fills the room with top-quality sound
  • Built-in EarShot system provides flexible personal monitoring
  • Wireless control over integrated 6-channel digital mixer via the Mackie Connect app
  • 16 great-sounding digital effects including reverbs, choruses, and delays
  • 3-band EQ per channel for sound shaping
  • Perform fearlessly with the built-in feedback eliminator
  • Multiple speaker modes for amazing sound in any application
  • 3 user-definable system presets for quick setup in familiar venues
  • Stream audio via Bluetooth and integrate it into your live mix
  • 4 XLR and 1/4" combo inputs for vocal mics, guitars, and other instruments
  • 1/8" stereo mini input for laptops, phones, or line-level instruments
  • 1/4" headphone output and silent practice mode
  • Footswitch jack for hands-free effects control
  • Link I/O jacks expand the system into a fully integrated stereo PA
  • NOTE: Mic inputs are not phantom powered!
Get first-rate sound and wireless control with the Mackie Reach portable PA system!

Tech Specs

Powered Yes
Power Configuration Bi-amped + Full range side fills
LF Driver Size 2 x 6.5" (LF), 2 x 4" (Full range)
HF Driver Size 3 x 1" dome compression drivers, radial curve design
Total Power 720W Peak
Inputs 4 x XLR-1/4" combo, 1 x 1/4" (Link in), 1 x 1/8" (Aux in), Bluetooth
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (Link Out), 1 x 1/4" (headphone), 1 x 1/4" (footswitch)
Frequency Range 50Hz-20kHz
Maximum Peak SPL 126dB
Horizontal Coverage Angle 150 Degrees (expandable to 250 degrees with side drivers enabled)
Enclosure Material PC-ABS Enclosure with 20 gauge steel grille
Height 33.4"
Width 13.6"
Depth 12.2"
Weight 30.8 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2043950-00

Customer Reviews

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Love it

Just what I needed makes traveling and set up a breeze
Music background: Long time fifty years or so

Great compact PA. The bluetooth mixer really comes in handy!

I was looking for a light, powerful, simple to set up PA with more than 2 inputs that wouldn't take up very much trunk space while on tour. This is perfect!I used this PA for a small backyard gig as soon as I got it and it did fantastic! The performance space was awkward, but this thing fit the occasion well- I had to put it 10 feet behind me, facing my direction because I was next to a wall and on the top of an incline. No feedback issues, and the side monitors came in handy. I had them turned up and people commented on how well they could hear my performance from the front and side. People were overall very impressed with my performance and I got a great review.The bluetooth mixer app is extremely easy to use and a big selling point for this PA. I had my iPad mounted on my mic stand for lyrics, and the mixer was at my fingertips. I was able to change levels quickly on the spot. Regarding the issue folks are having with the speaker getting stuck on the stand: really not a big deal. I just put my foot on the base of the stand and pulled. I may file down the inside like another review mentioned just to make it effortless.The standard speaker stand that I use seems a bit too beefy for the size of this PA. I am ordering an On-Stage SSAS7000B, which is smaller. This should also save some trunk space while on the road.I was considering the Bose L1 Compact, but needed more inputs (getting the inputs for the Bose with the ToneMatch is pricey and requires a separate power supply). I enjoy the simpler set up and smaller size of this Mackie. I was also between the Mackie Reach and the Fishman SA330x- the sales engineer Philip Courtney recommended the Reach because I loop trombone, guitar and vocals for my shows. He said this PA would bring out the lows of the trombone better because of the larger speakers (I wasn't planning on forking out more dough for the Fishman sub).I will be using this PA for my band's summer tour whenever we come across small/medium venues that don't have a sound system. My music is mellow folk rock, and I expect this to compete just fine with bass and drums.
Music background: Performing singer/songwriter

Mackie Reach - Fantastic Sounding PA System

Fantastic Sounding PA System with great features. I purchased this unit to downsize my equipment as a trial. After a few gigs I was sold. The sound is awesome and the blue tooth mixing feature is great for downsizing equipment needed at your gigs.
Music background: Guitarist - Solo Musician


I couldnt be happier with my Reach. Performing acoustic covers is an important part of my summer gigs and this speaker sounds fantastic in "PA" or "solo" mode. Turning off my vocal verb with a standard footswitch and controlling everything from my phone on my mic stand make an enormous difference for me. Highly recommended...

Outstanding and deserving of high rating

Any buyer who slams this unit for having app based control never should have purchased the unit in the first place. And I speak to the speaker stand issue below. This unit deserves a far higher rating than shown at this time. I own the also outstanding DL32R as well and Mackie is hitting app-controlled systems out of the park. I just used the Reach last night in a 200 seat room that was long and had really high ceilings. I was setup as acoustic guitar and voice each in their own channels with their own EQ and varied amounts of built in reverb. My mic was a high end dynamic and my guitar is high end boutique. I used the "solo" master eq preset, no eq on the guitar channel and just a little bit on the voice channel. Nothing I have heard to date has been able to replicate the sound of that guitar until I plugged into this. Simply amazing. And my vocal had a very high quality almost silky yet present produced sound to it that blew me away. I found myself getting distracted during the performance because of the volume, fullness and fidelity coming out of this single unit. I had it setup just to my left and was using the right side monitor. It filled the room and I could hear myself perfectly and there was still a lot more room to go on the master volume. Regardiung the stand issue, yes, it is challenging to remove from a stand (an On Stage speaker stand in my case). All I had to do though was place a foot in the bottom of the stand and twist/wiggle the Reach a bit and it came right off. No big deal and no other assistance was needed. This is a serious offering in the realm of high end portable PA systems, and, in my opinion - and direct experience - sounds better than the dedicated Fishman acoustic amps out there and competitive offerings by Bose though both are excellent options. It should also be noted that I in another environment ran my CP4 Stage Piano through this with similar stunning results. Incredibly transparent power with formidable low end even for such a relatively compact cabinet and smallish drivers. For the soloist this speaker should be on your short list but I can see it being excellent at a number of other applications.
Music background: Pro, Semi-pro
See also: PA Systems, Mackie, Mackie Portable PA Systems