Excerpt: These studio monitors sound fantastic, although they do benefit by adding a subwoofer. I'm using the Mackie SWA1501 sub - obviously overkill - but I hope to add a smaller sub in the near future. Mackie's HRS120 THX sub looks stellar but it appears to have just been discontinued.
Excerpt: Using a pair of these for my wife's project studio; she's a musician (not an engineer) who was looking for a no-hassle way to get a good handle on her recordings. She primarily plays acoustical string instruments and is also a vocalist; these monitors do a very nice job of letting her work on her...
Pros: Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Low Distortion, Versatile
Excerpt: Despite claims that Mackie make about not having to buy a matched pair, the quality control of these units is such that they can have an hugely different sonic response, meaning they are useless in a studio environment, and as such those claims are misleading.
Excerpt: The first ever Active Mackie HR624 to come out was pretty much the most precise near field monitor that you could get for its kind of price. In this review I will not concentrate so much on each individual feature, as all have worked brilliantly for me.
Summary: Ik zocht professionele monitors voor mijn homestudio, die qua prijs/kwaliteit in de betere middenklasse zitten. De Mackie HR-624's sprongen me op de site van Bax-shop onmiddellijk in het oog. Na wat verdere verdieping in verschillende opties, heb ik voor deze gekozen.