Mackie Introduces MC Series Monitoring Headphones

Building on its studio monitor legacy, Mackie has introduced the MC Series professional closed-back headphones which offer sonic clarity and accuracy.

Mackie offers a choice between the high-performance MC-150 for studio monitoring and the MC-250 for reference quality sound for critical listening and mixing. Both models feature large 50mm drivers for clear, distortion-free sound with ergonomic headbands and ear pads for hours of listening comfort in the studio or on the go.

Both models offer exceptional low-frequency response, yet the drivers are designed for an accurate, yet still pleasing sound that can be listened to for hours.

With plush ear pads and headbands, the MC Series headphones are comfortable to wear. The headphones feature a collapsible design plus an included soft carry bag that can be carried anywhere.

The MC-150 offers punchy bass and crisp highs perfect for studio monitoring, DJs and personal listening. The MC-250 is tuned to deliver an accurate, studio-reference sound that is excellent for mixing, recording and critical listening.

The MC-150 has a 9.8 ft. detachable, high-quality, straight cable with locking bayonet connector and gold-plated 1/4” adapter and carry bag. Frequency response is 15Hz – 20kHz, impedance is 33 ohms and sensitivity is 93 dB. The phones weigh 9.35 ounces.

The MC-250 closed-back headphones reveal every detail of the audio. A precision-tuned enclosure delivers deep, punchy bass and enhanced high frequency detail for an ultra-wide soundstage. Rugged design is built to last and meet the demands of professionals in the studio or on location. The have an impedance of 38 ohms, a sensitivity of 100 dB and a weight of 9.35 ounces.

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