How do I connect my Mackie Profx to my computer?
How do I setup my speakers to my computer?
- Locate the sound card jacks on your computer.
- Plug one speaker into the other, if required.
- Plug the speaker cable into the green Line-out jack of a desktop computer.
- Plug the power cord from the speakers into an electrical socket and turn the speakers on.
How do I connect my USB to my computer with a mixer?
PC USB Mixer Set Up Configuration
- Plug your USB mixer USB cable into the USB port in your PC computer.
- Windows should automatically recognize your device as “USB Audio Device” or as “USB Audio CODEC” – and it should automatically install any necessary drivers.
Do I need an audio interface if I have a USB mixer?
Do I need a mixer and an interface? If you have a mixer with a built-in USB interface then no. If you already have standalone mixing console with no USB output and you want to record on your computer you will need an interface.
How do you connect powered speakers to a mixer?
The most common connection between mixer and powered speaker is a balanced or unbalanced line. The superior noise rejection of a balanced line allows long runs of cable between the mix station and the speakers without interference or noise. Most powered speakers have balanced XLR or TRS jacks, or both.
What is Mackie profx12v3 pro effects mixer with USB?
The Mackie ProFX12v3 Professional Effects Mixer with USB is the ultimate affordable solution for live, home recording, and content creators. Now with Onyx mic preamps that offer 60db of headroom, single-knob compression, and 24 built-in FX. Record your tracks in 24-Bit/192kHz quality with 2×4 USB I/O and zero-latency hardware monitoring.
Which Mackie mixer is best for recording?
With Mackie preamps and proven high-headroom, low-noise design, Mix delivers great sound from any source. ProFXv3 mixers take the best-selling series to the next level for live mixing, recording, and content creation.
Is the Mackie profx6 a good preamp?
So I finally went with this Mackie ProFX6, which has two Bal/Unbal DL TRS inputs in addition to the two Mic XLR ports. The Main Outs are all balanced also (XLR/TRS). The Onyx pre-amps are very clean and I get no added noise from the 48V phantom boost.
Is the Mackie mixer built like a tank?
Mackie built like a tank… Well I wouldn’t ride in this tank because it wasn’t working right! I have used a few different mixers for streaming over the years. My excitement for this product was very high, I was so happy to finally find a soundboard to replace my behringer.