Mackie MR6mk3 Powered Studio Monitors will help you make better-sounding music. In the ’90s, Mackie rewrote the book on nearfield studio monitoring, and they’ve been tweaking ever since to give you even more affordable and accurate monitors. The MR6mk3 is Mackie’s latest assault on the state of the art, with innovations like an enhanced waveguide for a wider sweet spot, custom-tuned rear porting for smooth, extended bass response, and customizable frequency controls to let you dial in the perfect response for your space. Need great monitors without breaking the bank? Check out Mackie’s MR6mk3.
Enhanced waveguide system delivers incredible openness and clarity
Mackie’s MR6mk3 Powered Studio Monitors sport an enhanced waveguide system that minimizes diffraction and reflections, giving you a wider sweet spot. You also get a seamless transition from low to high frequencies, resulting in rock-solid stereo imaging. And Mackie has voiced the MR6mk3 for job one: music. This may seem like a “duh,” until you consider that many monitors have “jack-of-all-trades” voicing that must accommodate dialog and sound effects work in post production facilities, as well as the work typically done in modern music studios.
Perfectly matched drivers and amplifiers for optimized performance
Packing 65 watts of Class AB amplification that’s ideally matched to the 6.5″ polypropylene woofer and 1″ silk-dome tweeter, Mackie MR6mk3 monitors deliver high output with controlled low-frequency performance. They’re also optimized for excellent transient response, so they reproduce snare drums and other quick-transient sources with fidelity.
Customizable frequency control for your studio space
Mackie MRmk3 Series monitors give you two levels of bass boost, plus a boost/cut for your highs. With these two controls, you can fine tune your frequency response to your room and speaker placement – handy to have, considering very few of us work in acoustically perfect rooms. And speaking of useful features, you also get flexible input connectivity with balanced XLR and TRS connectors, plus an RCA – letting you integrate your monitors into a variety of studio setups.