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Mackie Mackie 5.1 Surround System (active)

Mackie 5.1 Surround System (active)

One (1) HR626 THX, Four (4) HR624THX Monitors and One (1) HRS120THX Subwoofer

Product Code 10449

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This surround package includes One (1) HR626 THX, Four(4) HR624THX Monitors and One (1) HRS120THX Subwoofer all at a special discount price!

Mackie HR626 THX
The HR626 is the first active Mackie studio monitor with a D’Appolito woofer-tweeter-woofer design. It has one 6.7-inch woofer on each end of the cabinet with the dome tweeter in the center. The monitor can be setup vertically or horizontally, depending on the application. The 2-way bi-amplified monitor implements servo-feedback circuitry and an elliptical passive radiator to achieve low distortion and extended low-frequency response similar to the HR824. The waveguide-loaded high frequency aluminum dome tweeter provides the same crisp and evenly dispersed highs as all of Mackie’s world-class reference monitors. The 5 /8-inch internally braced MDF cabinet is extremely rigid and non-resonant. It shares the same professional design as the other Mackie monitors – the HR824 and the HR624.

The HR626 is the ideal monitor for those who need lots of bottom end, along with the low-level accuracy of the mid range for mixing and vocal placement. Thanks to its D’Appolito driver alignment design, the HR626 can be used in both vertical and horizontal positions. Placing the HR626 in a vertical position provides extremely accurate reference monitoring for mid-to large-sized studios. Because of its symmetrical left-right sound field, it can also be placed horizontally and used as a superior center channel in a 5.1 or 7.1 surround monitoring or home theater system.

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Why should I buy the HR626 over the competition?

The HR626 uses Mackie Active technology, eliminating the need for an outboard amplifier, an EQ and a crossover, as they are already built in
It’s the first active pro audio monitor with the D’Appolito driver alignment design
Is fully THX PM3 certified
The HR626 is magnetically shielded
How do I know which Mackie HR monitor is right for me?
With the new choices in Mackie’s HR family of active studio monitors, it’s important to know which speaker is of the best value to you. Bottom line, it really depends on your intended application. For example, for hours of general mixing, a set of HR824s and an HRS120 would suit you just fine as you’re provided with a healthy amount of bottom end and a comfortable level with your highs. If you’re in to beat mixing, such as rap, hip hop or techno, the HRS150 is definitely the right choice for your sub, and either HR624s or HR626s are the best for vocal placement. Or mix and match any combination of Mackie’s HR monitors to create any 5.1 or 7.1 surround system.

Can I place HR626s horizontally and vertically?
Yes, thanks to its D’Appolito design, the monitor is perfect for center channel applications when placed horizontal and equally satisfying to listen to when upright for standard monitoring applications. Plus, the Mackie logo rotates dependent on your usage. How cool is that?

Are HR626s THX approved?
Like all of Mackie’s HR series monitors, the HR626 is fully THX PM3 approved. In case you didn’t know, THX PM3 approval is the certification program for Professional Multi-Channel Mixing and Monitoring that was introduced by Lucasfilm THX in June 1999. The program provides standards in applications for 5.1 and 7.1 surround systems for multi-channel mixing. The THX PM3 program established new equipment and room acoustics specifications that provide two key benefits. First, THX PM3 makes it easier to design and build rooms that provide the proper environment for monitoring transfer quality. And second, it ensures that a multi channel mix will deliver consistently accurate results.

What amp, EQ and crossover should I purchase for use with my HR626?
Now you’re just being silly! All of Mackie’s active studio monitors, including the HR626, have built-in amplification, EQ, crossovers, protection circuitry, time correction and phase alignment to provide you with a perfectly flat reference monitor right out of the box. Just plug it in, turn it on and start grinning

Can I place my HR626s next to a TV screen or video monitor?
Yes. All the Mackie full range studio monitors are magnetically shielded, making them a perfect fit in computer-based studios and video post-production facilities as well as broadcast and theater applications.

How can I mount my HR626s on the wall?
Speaker stands, shelves and clamp-style mounts like those used for TV sets are recommended for this task. The one thing you should never do is drill into the cabinet to “fly” an HR626. The cabinet is not designed for this and it will break the airtight seal inside the cabinet, which would prevent the speaker from performing to our specs.

Whatever your monitoring needs are, the HR626 is a sure bet to provide results at a level higher than expected.


Low-frequency driver
Number of drivers: 2
Diameter: 6.7 inches (170 mm)
Sensitivity (2.83V, 1m): 89 dB SPL
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Voice Coil Diameter: 1.25 inches (32 mm)
Power Handling (Long Term/Program): 50/150 watts
Frequency Range: 38Hz to 6kHz
Frame: Die Cast Aluminum
Magnet: Ferrite
Bucking Magnet (Shield): Ferrite
High-frequency driver
Sensitivity (2.83V, 1m): 91 dB SPL
Nominal Impedance: 6 ohms
Power Handling (Long Term/Program): 20/50 watts
Frequency Range: 1.6kHz to 22kHz
Diaphragm/Suspension: Aluminum/Impregnated Cloth
Voice Coil Diameter: 1.0 inch (25.4 mm)
Magnet: Ferrite
Bucking Magnet: Ferrite
Wave Guide
Frequency Response: 2.5kHz to 20kHz, ±2dB
Mouth Size: 6.13 inches diameter (156 mm)
Horizontal and Vertical Coverage: 120°, ±10° 3kHz to 20kHz
Passive Radiator: 6-inch x 9-inch (152 mm x 228 mm) mass-loaded elliptical flat piston with variable thickness filleted edge rubber surround.
Crossover Section

Crossover Type: Modified Butterworth, 18 dB/octave @ 1.8kHz
Acoustic Section

Free-Field Frequency Response: ±1.5dB, 42Hz to 20kHz
Lower cutoff frequency: -3 dB @ 40 Hz
Upper cutoff frequency: -3 dB @ 22 kHz
Sound Pressure Level at 1 meter, -7.5dBu into balanced input: 100 dB SPL @ 1m
Maximum peak SPL per pair: 118 dB SPL @ 1m
Maximum short term SPL on axis, half space 80Hz to 2.5kHz: 109 dB SPL @ 1m
Residual Noise (maximum gain, 600 ohms source, 20Hz-20kHz bandwidth): <8 dB SPL @ 1m
Rated Line Input Voltage and Power

Power Consumption
Standby mode: 12 watts
Quiescent (idle): 20 watts
Musical Program, Loud mix: 105 watts
Both channels driven into resistive loading to 1% clipping (LF 86 W/4 ohms source, 20Hz-20kHz bandwidth): 255 watts
US: 120 VAC, 60Hz
Rated Power (For UL-6500, CSA-E65-94, EN-60065): 130 watts
Amplifier Section

Low-frequency power amplifier
Rated Power (at 1kHz with 1% THD): 100 watts
Rated Load Impedance: 4 ohms
Slew Rate: 15V/uS
Distortion (THD, SMPTE IMD, DIM 100): <0.035%
Signal-to-Noise (20Hz-20kHz, unweighted, referenced to 100W into 4 ohms): > 101 dB
Cooling: Convection
Design: Monolithic IC, Class AB, Parametric Servo Feedback
High-frequency power amplifier
Rated Power (at 1Khz with 1% THD): 40 watts
Rated Load Impedance: 8 ohms
Slew Rate: 15V/Us
Distortion (THD, SMPTE IMD, DIM 100): <0.035%
Signal-to-Noise (20Hz-20kHz, unweighted, referenced to 40W into 8 ohms): >93 dB
Cooling: Convection
Design: Monolith IC, Conventional Class AB
System Specifications

Input Type: Balanced Differential (XLR and 1/4" TRS) Unbalanced (RCA)
Input Impedance: 20k ohms Balanced; 10k ohms Unbalanced
Input Protection: RFI and Level Protected
Input Sensitivity: +4 dBu @ 300Hz for full output
Maximum Input Level: +20 dBu
Low Cut Frequency: 80Hz, 2nd Order, Butterworth
HF Equalization: Shelving ±2 dB @10kHz
Acoustic Space
A position: -4 dB @24Hz, shelving
B position: -2 dB @ 42 Hz, shelving
C position: flat
Compressor: Independent high and low frequency overload detection
Enclosure Alignment: 6th Order
Over Excursion Prevention: 2nd Order High-Pass Filter
Low Line Voltage Shut Down: 67% of Nominal Line
Thermal Protection: Amplifier Shut-Down, Auto Reset
Muting: 5 seconds at turn-on
Signal Sense Threshold: -74 dBu (0.155mV)
Driver Protection: Compressor with independent LF and HF overload detection

Mackie reserves the right to change these specifications at any time without notice.

The Mackie HR624 is a THX-approved, six-inch, two-way active reference monitor that provides the same legendary accuracy of Mackie’s HR824 in a more compact, lighter-weight, lower-priced package. The HR624 is designed to work perfectly with the Mackie HRS120, 12" 400-watt active subwoofer system as well as the Mackie HR824 active 8" monitor in surround installations.

The Mackie HR624 is the ideal choice for smaller recording studios, or home and project studios looking for a monitor with the best combination of features and value. Through shared acoustic technology, the HR624 offers the same clarity and responsiveness of the HR824, but in a smaller size. Its six-inch woofer offers smooth, detailed mid-range frequency responsiveness with the same high-end clarity and low-end punch as the HR824. With extremely even dispersion for a wider "sweet spot" and user-adjustable controls for different acoustic spaces, the HR624 is an ex- cellent choice for high precision, near-field sound reinforcement.

What’s more, given the HR624’s high output, wide frequency response and small size, it is also ideally suited for rear surround sound channels in home theater installations. Mackie is so confident in the HR624’s frequency response that each speaker comes with a certificate of calibration.


Professional Recording Studios
Home & Project Studios
Film (THX) & Post Production Studios
Home Theater Installations
Features & Benefits

Ruler-Flat Response
52Hz to 20kHz, + 1.5 dB
Benefit: Sound true to actual recording
Benefit: Any pair of speakers is a matched pair
Active Technology
2 FR (Fast Recovery) Series Amplifiers; HF 40W; LF 100W
Benefit: Precise dividing slope, correct phase and low distortion
Benefit: Minimal chance of speaker damage due to overdriving
Servo Loop Woofer Technology
Electronic control and dampening
Benefit: Speaker output is as true to incoming signal as possible
Frequency Response Controls
80Hz low-cut switch; 3-position live/dead switch (-2bdB, Normal and +2dB)
Benefit: Excellent response in a variety of acous- tic environments
Wide Sweet Spot
Custom-designed die-cast wave guide
Benefit: User hears the same thing across a wider range of motion
Three-Position Acoustic Space Switch
Compensation in bass response for half-space (-2dB) and quarter-space (-4dB) placement
Benefit: As close-to-flat performance as possible regardless of placement in room
Shipping Weight & Dimensions

27 lbs (12.25kg)
17.5" H x 12.5" W x 16.5" D (445mm x 318mm x 419mm

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The Mackie HRS120 is a THX-approved, twelve-inch active subwoofer that is ideal for applications where precise, low frequency reproduction and flexible monitoring and control options are required. The HRS120 is engineered to work in harmony with the HR824 and HR624.

The Mackie HRS120 Active Subwoofer is one of the most flexible, responsive, and cost-effective active studio sub woofers on the market today. The HRS120 is perfectly suited for professional recording studios and film/video surround post-production facilities that require extremely accurate bass extension to 19Hz and below. It is also an excellent choice for home theater surround sound installations. In addition to surround applications, the HRS120 can add more low-end presence and enhancement to project and professional studios in a standard stereo configuration. Either way, the HRS120 is a must-have for those customers seeking crisp, clear, detailed low-frequency enhancement for virtually any application.


Professional Recording Studios
Film (THX) & Post Production Studios
Home Theater Installations
Key Features & Benefits

Active Technology
Benefit: Precise phase alignment
Benefit: Extremely low distortion
Benefit: Minimal chance of speaker damage due to overdriving
Servo Loop Woofer Technology
Benefit: Output is as true to incoming signal as possible
Benefit: Extraordinarily high damping factors
Built-In, Front-Firing, Mass-Loaded Passive Radiator
Benefit: Clear, detailed low frequency enhancement
User-Adjustable Controls
Benefit: Flexibility to adjust to wide range of user needs

HRS120 Specifications

Acoustic Performance
Free field frequency response 21Hz – 150Hz ±1.5dB
LF cut-off frequency –3dB at 19Hz
Sound Pressure Level @1 meter, 7.5dBu into balanced input 100db SPL@1m
Low frequency 12-inch (305mm) RCF Precision™, extended LF transducer with 4-inch voice coil and cast aluminum frame
Passive radiator 12"(305mm)
Power 400 watts, 8 Ohm load (500 watts peak)
Slew rate >35V/µs
Signal-to-noise ratio >107db, referenced to 350 watts into 8 Ohm
Type FR Series Class AB
Enclosure 3/4" (19mm) MDF with 1" (25mm) MDF front panel, internal H bracing
Damping Adibiatic foam
Subsonic Filter flat/15Hz, 18dB/octave filter
Filter bypass In/full range (THX)
Filter Select Variable/110Hz elliptical
Polarity 0°/180°
Variable crossover 55Hz to 110Hz, 24dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley filter
Product weight & dimensions (without packaging):
Height 21" (533mm)
Width 18" (457mm)
Depth 21.3" (541mm)
Weight 94 lbs (42.6 kg)
Shipping weight & dimensions (with packaging):
Height 24.5" (622mm)
Width 23.75" (603mm)
Depth 26.25" (667mm)
Weight 105 lbs (47.63 kg)


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