Over dit mengpaneel:
The Ecler MAC90 has 3 phono inputs, 5 low line inputs, 4 high line inputs, and 4 Mic inputs which was plenty for what my group needed at the time. Each individual channel has separate level and gain control , this mixer has phantom power in case you are using a condenser microphone and it has the option to turn of the phantom power in case you don’t need it on each individual channel.
Out1 , Out2, Rec1, Rec2 and Cue are the outputs on the MAC90I. The whole unit seems to be very well built and never had any issues with it, we purchased this model used at a great deal. Mac mixers have been around for a long time and we have been using many different models of them. The MAC 90I was one of our favorites that we have came across.
The MAC90I does not generate any hissing , and the EQ is very good. As long as you use the right inputs for whatever you are running through it you will get a clean sound. You can also rack this unit up if you want, I can not remember how many rack spaces it will take up though. But it does take more than 2.
The best part about this mixer is that it has all of the inputs that could need, no matter where you are pulling audio from there is an input for it. The MAC90I is very quiet and will last you a long time, all of Ecler’s mixers are great especially the MAC line. The price for this model is ideal for what you expect to pay for a mixer of this size and quality. I recommend anyone needing a solid mixer with a lot of inputs and wants more of that “classic” mixer feel to purchase the MAC90I.