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|Maximum Level||Microphone In: +21 dBu
Tape In: +22 dBu
All Other Inputs: +22 dBu
Main Mix XLR Out: +28 dBu
All Other Outputs: +22 dBu
|Noise||Main Mix Noise:
Main Mix Knob Down, Channel Level Knobs Down:
XLR: -95 dBu
TRS: -101 dBu
Main Mix Knob at Unity, Channel Level Knobs Down:
XLR: -90 dBu
TRS: -96 dBu
Main Mix Knob at Unity, Channel Level Knobs at Unity:
XLR: -84 dBu
TRS: -90 dBu
(20 Hz to 20 kHz bandwidth, channels 1 to 3 gain at unity, channel EQs flat, all channels assigned to main mix, channel 1 panned left, 2 panned right, 3 to 8 centered)
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||Microphone Pre at Insert: (1 kHz @ 35 dB gain, 20 Hz to 20 kHz bandwidth)|
|Crosstalk / Attenuation||Main Mix Knob Down: -75 dBu
Channel Alt / Mute Switch Engaged: -100 dBu
Channel Level Knob Down: -100 dBu
(1 kHz relative to 0 dBu, 20 Hz to 20 kHz bandwidth, line in, 1/4" main out, gain at unity)
|Frequency Response||Microphone Input to Main Output (Gain at Unity):
+0, -1 dB, 20 Hz to 50 kHz
+0, -3 dB, 100 kHz
|Equivalent Input Noise||150 Ω Termination: -128.5 dBu, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Microphone input to insert send out, maximum gain
|Common Mode Rejection Ratio||Better than -70 dB at 1 kHz|
|Impedance||Microphone In: 2.55 kΩ
Channel Insert Return: 5 kΩ
All Other Inputs: 17 kΩ or greater
Tape Out: 1 kΩ
Phones Out: 60 Ω
All Other Outputs: 120 Ω
|Equalizer||High Shelving: ±15 dB at 12 kHz
Mid Peaking ±15 dB at 2.5 kHz
Low Shelving: ±15 dB at 80 Hz
|Power Consumption||13 W, 100 to 120 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz|
|Power Supply||External (AC Connector): 2-Pin IEC 250 VAC|
|Operating Temperature||32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||10.7 x 8.9 x 1.8" (273.0 x 227.0 x 47.0 mm)|
|Weight||5.5 lb (2.5 kg) with power supply
4.5 lb (2.0 kg) without power supply
The Mackie 802VLZ4 8-channel mixer is a delight to use and it is very accurate. This mixer replaces a budget mixer I had been using for years that started to malfunction. OK, the malfunction was solved by some treatment (of the old mixer) with Deox-IT, but I don't think the Mackie will ever need...
The Mackie 802VLZ4 is a tank. Built really well, and extremely well thought out for a such tiny format mixer. The routing options that this little piece has are much appreciated and the sound quality is awesome. Tons of headroom and clean mic pre's.
Great mixer for the small studio or add on to a large one.
Small foot print, light weight, lots of options
Love this little guy. Doesn't make a peep and has a great small form factor that makes it portable and easy to fit in to any setup.
The mixer is just the right size for the venues we do. It's what I expect from Mackie. It is a mini board but as usable without hum as the bigger boards.
Very compact, but has all we need for our venue. Takes the place of a much lager old school mixer.
I needed a small format high-quality mixer for my home studio to manage a combination of audio sources for broadcasting, podcasting, recording and voiceovers and took a chance on the Mackie 802 VLZ4 which I don't regret.
it has only been installed one day and not used for another week, so it seem fine at this point. It works as designed.
I purchased the Mackie 802 about a month ago. I needed to patch the audio from two different computers to two sets of monitors. I considered passive monitoring switches, but saw the 802 on sale at BH, saw the additional functionality it offered, and decided to go with it.
A lovely piece of gear. It feels like a brick. You could probably drive nails with it. AND it has several different paths out so if you need to use Mix Minus, it's an easy operation. ALSO...QUIET as a mouse. I love it when something does what it's supposed to. Money well spent.