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The last three decades have seen over 50.000 DJs worldwide performing their music with a MAC mixer, a true legend which the MACv Series contributes to perpetuate, as it upgrades its features in accordance to the latest technological advances.
Today's discotheques, pubs, clubs, mobile systems and everywhere a pristine audio processing is required, can keep enjoying the legendary MAC Series, the most advanced, toughest and
reliable mixer around.
High profile electronics
The MAC series simply features today’s best analogue components available in the market. The circuit boards of the MAC series have been designed with the latest generation of Surface Mounting Technology (SMD). The line faders are 60mm high-end professional slide potentiometers. Last but not least, the MAC series employs an oversized internal power supply providing the best sound dynamics and rating the most excellent signal/noise ratio.
Inputs and outputs
The MAC 40v is a 4 channel 19 inch mixer with 8 different inputs:
3 H-LINE (high lines for CD, DAT or MP3 players)
2 L-LINE (low lines for tape, samplers...)
The MAC 40v includes the following outputs:
Total sound control
Each channel is equipped with independent GAIN control with ±20dB adjustment range, as well as a powerful 3 band tone control ranging from -20dB to 10 dB on channels 1 and 2, and from CUT to +10dB on all other channels.
MAC series mixers are also equipped with phantom power supply for condenser microphone, including individual internal ON/OFF settings.
Each channel is also equipped with pre-listening function (PFL) for headphones monitoring, which can be also done through the CUE output (with dedicated volume control) and an external amplifier.
The VU-Meter displays the level of any channel signal before the fader (PFL), main programme mix (MIX) or AFL output.
There is independent Balance for each channel and L+R switch for summing both stereo signals.
The MAC 40v features the ECLER removable modular VCA crossfader. Channels 1 and 3 can be assigned via the XFA switch to the A side of the crossfader. An analogue XFB switch at the even channels 2 and 4 assign these signals to side B of the crossfader. In any case, when these switches are not activated, the signals are directly assigned to the main MIX bus.
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