Mackie launches all-new line of headphone amplifiers

US brand Mackie has released new headphone amplification models for studio and broadcast
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Mackie has today announced a new line of headphone amplifiers at NAMM 2018. 

The HM Series Headphone Amplifiers are available in three models, the compact HM-4 and the rackmount HM-400 and HM-800.

The series features Mackie's 'Built-Like-A-Tank' construction, analogue circuitry, and an array of connectivity options.

"With our rich history providing solutions for studios and broadcast applications, it makes sense to design a comprehensive headphone distribution lineup," said Ryan Cassady, Mackie product manager. "With three different models, there's a solution for any studio with the Mackie sound and build quality they expect."

The HM-4 4-Way Headphone Amplifier features a single 1/4" stereo input and four 1/4" headphone outputs with individual level controls. A headphone distribution solution, the HM-4 is suited for tracking in the studio, mixing, practice spaces, and even in the home.

"From watching movies late at night when others are asleep to offering a great way to gather around the laptop to enjoy videos and music, the HM-4 is really great for experiencing content together," added Cassady.

The HM-400 features a main input with level control plus stereo outs, aux inputs and EQ per channel with 12 total headphone outputs.

The HM-800 8-Channel Headphone Amplifier offers up to 10 available mixes and a total of 16 headphone outputs. It features two discrete main inputs with level control plus stereo outs, aux inputs per channel, with 16 total headphone outputs.

The new product is available worldwide on February. Sold individually, the US MSRP pricing is $41.99 for the HM-4, $209.99 for the HM-400, and $279.99 for the HM-800.

Visit Mackie in its new location upstairs in Demo Room 201C/D at NAMM.

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