I’ve got a pair of SRM450’s, and have been very happy with them, so it’s great to see a compact member of the family.
The Mackie SRM150 Compact Active PA System is a versatile and expandable solution for a variety of sound reinforcement needs. With 150 watts of Class D amplification and the 5.25″ EAW-designed, full-range neodymium driver, the SRM150 delivers higher sound pressure levels (SPL) than competitive products.
“The SRM150 integrates the proven technology from the SRM series — along with an easy-to-use onboard mixer — in a compact package,” said Mackie Brand Group Vice President John Boudreau.
“It makes the SRM150 the perfect choice for a wide range of applications such as boardroom and classroom A/V, and live music performance in venues such as coffee houses, piano bars, and rehearsal rooms,” added Boudreau. “Plus, the SRM150 outperforms everything in its class by delivering higher output and wider frequency response.”
The built-in 3-channel mixer features two combo XLR/Line inputs (with 48V phantom power and a hi-Z instrument input), a stereo channel for CD/MP3 players, and Mackie’s musical 3-band active EQ. The SRM150 can even be mounted on a mic stand, making it the ideal personal monitor. And like its SRM counterparts, the SRM150 boasts Mackie “built-like-a-tank” construction.
The new Mackie SRM150 will be available March 2007 and have a U.S. manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $389.99.