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C200 TWO-WaY
LOUDSpeaker
USer’s manual
C200
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read Instructions — All the safety and operation instructions should be
read before this Mackie product is operated.
2. Retain Instructions — The safety and operating instructions should be
kept for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings — All warnings on this Mackie product and in these
operating instructions should be followed.
4. Follow Instructions — All operating and other instructions should be
followed.
5. Water and Moisture — This Mackie product should not be used near
water – for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry
tub, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, swamp or salivating St.
Bernard dog, etc.
6. Heat — This Mackie product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, or other devices which produce heat.
7. Object and Liquid Entry — Care should be taken so that objects do not
fall on and liquids are not spilled into this Mackie product.
8. Damage Requiring Service — This Mackie product should be serviced
only by qualified service personnel when:
A. Objects have fallen, or liquid has spilled into this
Mackie product; or
B. This Mackie product has been exposed to rain; or
C. This Mackie product does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in performance;
or
D. This Mackie product has been dropped, or its
chassis damaged.
9. Servicing — The user should not attempt to service this Mackie
product beyond those means described in this operating manual. All other
servicing should be referred to the Mackie Service Department.
10. Exposure to extremely high noise
levels may cause permanent hearing loss.
Individuals vary ­considerably in susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss, but nearly
everyone will lose some hearing if exposed
to sufficiently intense noise for a period of
time. The U.S. Government’s Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specified the permissible
noise level exposures shown in the following chart.
According to OSHA, any exposure in excess of these permissible limits could
result in some hearing loss. To ensure against potentially dangerous exposure to
high sound pressure levels, it is recommended that all persons exposed to equipment capable of producing high sound pressure levels use hearing protectors
while the equipment is in operation. Ear plugs or protectors in the ear canals or
over the ears must be worn when operating the equipment in ­order to prevent a
permanent hearing loss if exposure is in excess of the limits set forth ­here.
Duration Per Day In Hours
8
6
4
3
2
1.5
1
0.5 0.25 or less
Sound Level dBA, Slow Response
90
92
95
97
100
102
105
110
115
Typical
Example
Duo in small club
Subway Train
Very loud classical music
Tami screaming at Adrian about deadlines
Loudest parts at a rock concert
Contents
INTRODUCTION................................................................3
HOOKUP DIAGRAMS.......................................................4
Quick Start.................................................................4
CONNECTIONS.................................................................6
PLACEMENT......................................................................6
RIGGING. ..........................................................................7
SERVICE INFO...................................................................8
Troubleshooting.................................................................8
Repair . ..........................................................................8
CARE AND MAINTENANCE...............................................9
C200 SPECIFICATIONS..................................................10
C200 LIMITED WARRANTY............................................11
Don’t forget to visit our website at www.mackie.com
for more information about this and other Mackie products.
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the Mackie C200
sound reinforcement loudspeakers.
The C200 is a portable two-way loudspeaker system, specifically designed to
complement our PPM Series line of professional powered mixers. They are capable of
extremely high sound pressure levels, and
designed to give you the best performance
of any portable compact loudspeaker in its
class and price range.
The Transducers
The C200 features a 10-inch high-power
low-frequency woofer and a 1.4-inch titanium diaphragm high-output compression
driver. The woofer incorporates technology
used in large-format touring systems and,
with a precision 2-inch voice coil, is virtually indestructible.
The high-frequency compression driver
is mounted on an acoustically non-resonant
exponential waveguide, providing a wide,
controlled dispersion pattern and precise
reproduction of the critical upper mid-range
and high-frequencies. The result is an unbelievably smooth off-axis response that allows
everyone in the audience to experience
the same high-resolution audio no matter
where they are seated.
Each driver has been specifically designed by our engineers for optimum
performance in a lightweight high-strength
cabinet.
The Crossover
This unique Low Impedance Compensated Crossover (LICC) design places inductors
in series with the woofer whose values are
markedly lower than conventional designs.
This reduces the amount of energy that is
typically wasted as heat and increases the
amount of energy that is transformed into
real acoustic power. It also incorporates dynamic protection for the compression driver
from non-linear signals.
The Cabinet
The C200 cabinet was designed to be the
strongest molded composite cabinet on the
planet. This material is as strong as concrete, and rigid enough to prevent unwanted
vibrations and standing waves in the cabinet. It has built-in fly points for hanging,
and a socket in the bottom for mounting on
a tripod stand. Although it is an exceptional
choice for installed sound situations, its
light weight and durable finish also make
it ideal for portable sound system use. The
asymmetrical trapezoidal design of the
cabinet also makes it easy to use as a floor
wedge for stage monitor applications.
The C200 offers a portable, lightweight
solution for a variety of high-powered
sound reinforcement applications.
Part No. SW0583 Rev. B 01/08
©2004-2008 LOUD Technologies Inc. All Rights Reserved.
HOOKUP DIAGRAMS
Quick Start
Make all initial connections with the power
switches OFF on all
equipment. Make sure all
master volume, level, or
gain controls are all the way down.
1. Connect the line-level outputs from your
mixing console (or other signal source)
to the inputs of your power amplifier.
2. Connect the “Speaker Output” from
your power amplifier (or powered mixer)
to the INPUT connector on the C200.
3. Turn on your mixing console (or other
signal source).
4. Turn on the amplifier. Turn up its volume or gain control(s) as recommended
by the manufacturer.
5. Start the signal source, whether it be
speaking into a microphone or starting
a CD player. Adjust the volume controls
on the mixer (or other signal source) for
normal operation.
POWERED MIXER
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SPEAKERS IN PARALLEL IS
2 PER POWERED MIXER OR AMPLIFIED CHANNEL
C200: WITH A MACKIE POWERED MIXER, and using the thru jack
SERIAL NUMBER
MANUFACTURING DATE
DESIGNED BY MACKOIDS IN WHITINSVILLE, MA AND WOODINVILLE, WA, USA
MANUFACTURED IN CHINA • FABRIQUE AU CHINE • COPYRIGHT ©2003
THE FOLLOWING ARE TRADEMARKS OR REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF LOUD TECHNOLOGIES.:
"MACKIE", AND THE "RUNNING MAN" FIGURE • PATENT PENDING
INPUT
PARALLEL
MANUFACTURING DATE
SERIAL NUMBER
DESIGNED BY MACKOIDS IN WHITINSVILLE, MA AND WOODINVILLE, WA, USA
MANUFACTURED IN CHINA • FABRIQUE AU CHINE • COPYRIGHT ©2003
THE FOLLOWING ARE TRADEMARKS OR REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF LOUD TECHNOLOGIES.:
"MACKIE", AND THE "RUNNING MAN" FIGURE • PATENT PENDING
THRU
INPUT
PARALLEL
THRU
C300
C200
C200
Stereo
Power Amplifier
Left
Line level
Output
Right
Line level
Output
1202-VLZ PRO
Mixer or
Preamplifier
C200: WITH A MIXER and POWER AMPLIFIER
SERIAL NUMBER
MANUFACTURING DATE
INPUT
PARALLEL
MANUFACTURING DATE
SERIAL NUMBER
DESIGNED BY MACKOIDS IN WHITINSVILLE, MA AND WOODINVILLE, WA, USA
MANUFACTURED IN CHINA • FABRIQUE AU CHINE • COPYRIGHT ©2003
THE FOLLOWING ARE TRADEMARKS OR REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF LOUD TECHNOLOGIES.:
"MACKIE", AND THE "RUNNING MAN" FIGURE • PATENT PENDING
THRU
INPUT
C200
PARALLEL
MANUFACTURING DATE
SERIAL NUMBER
DESIGNED BY MACKOIDS IN WHITINSVILLE, MA AND WOODINVILLE, WA, USA
MANUFACTURED IN CHINA • FABRIQUE AU CHINE • COPYRIGHT ©2003
THE FOLLOWING ARE TRADEMARKS OR REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF LOUD TECHNOLOGIES.:
"MACKIE", AND THE "RUNNING MAN" FIGURE • PATENT PENDING
SERIAL NUMBER
DESIGNED BY MACKOIDS IN WHITINSVILLE, MA AND WOODINVILLE, WA, USA
MANUFACTURED IN CHINA • FABRIQUE AU CHINE • COPYRIGHT ©2003
THE FOLLOWING ARE TRADEMARKS OR REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF LOUD TECHNOLOGIES.:
"MACKIE", AND THE "RUNNING MAN" FIGURE • PATENT PENDING
THRU
INPUT
C200
PARALLEL
MANUFACTURING DATE
DESIGNED BY MACKOIDS IN WHITINSVILLE, MA AND WOODINVILLE, WA, USA
MANUFACTURED IN CHINA • FABRIQUE AU CHINE • COPYRIGHT ©2003
THE FOLLOWING ARE TRADEMARKS OR REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF LOUD TECHNOLOGIES.:
"MACKIE", AND THE "RUNNING MAN" FIGURE • PATENT PENDING
THRU
INPUT
C200
PARALLEL
THRU
C200
Stereo
Power Amplifier
Left
Line level
Output
Right
Line level
Output
1202-VLZPRO
Mixer or
Preamplifier
C200: WITH A MIXER and POWER AMPLIFIER, and using the thru jack
C200
The C200 can be
used with a Mackie SWA1501 (or
SWA1801) subwoofer
to create an incredibly
powerful system.
The active crossover
inside the subwoofer
splits the full-range
stereo input signal into
two ranges. The SWA1501
sums the left and right
low-frequency range and
plays it through its builtin amplifier and 15-inch
woofer. It sends the stereo high-pass range to the
C200s, via an external
power amplifier.
The C200 can be pole
mounted on top of the
SWA1501 or 1801 as
shown.
C200
C200
C200
Stereo
Power
Amplifier
Pole
Mount
Tripod
Mount
ACTIVE
Line-Level
Hi-Pass Out
Full
Range
1202-VLZ PRO
Power
Cord
SWA1501
Plays the Low
Frequencies
C200: BIAMPING WITH A POWERED SUBWOOFER
CONNECTIONS
The C200 has 1/4˝ TS and Speakon™style INPUT and THRU connectors. The
connectors are wired in parallel, so use only
one of the input connectors (either 1/4˝ TS
or Speakon-style).
The 1/4˝ TS jack is wired as follows:
Tip = Signal (“+” or hot)
Sleeve = Ground (“–” or cold)
SLEEVE
SLEEVE
TIP
TIP
TIP ("+" or HOT)
SLEEVE
("–" or COLD)
1/4˝ TS Connector
INPUT
PARALLEL
THRU
The Speakon-style connector is wired as
follows:
Pin 1+ = Signal (“+” or hot)
Pin 1– = Ground (“–” or cold)
1–
1+
C200 Connector Panel
Normally, you would use only one
THRU connector, but it is possible to use
both THRU connectors. Keep in mind that
all the speakers are connected in parallel,
so you want to be sure not to go below the
minimum impedance requirements for your
amplifier.
The C200 has a nominal
impedance of 8 ohms.
Two C200s in parallel
equals 4 ohms.
Three C200s in parallel
equals 2.7 ohms.
Four C200s in parallel
equals 2 ohms.
Use high-quality speaker cable as recommended by the manufacturer.
DO NOT use coaxial
shielded cable like a guitar cord to make speaker
connections. They are not
designed to handle the
high currents required to
drive a loudspeaker.
COLD
Speakon-style Connector
HOT
1–
1+
2+
2–
PLACEMENT
The C200 loudspeakers are designed to sit
on the floor, a tabletop, or to fit on a standard
tripod speaker stand. They can also be suspended by the rigging points, which requires
installing the optional accessory plates on
the top and bottom of the cabinet.
You can lay the cabinet down on its side
and use the C200 as a floor monitor. The
asymmetrical trapezoidal shape of the cabinet
provides a perfect angle for aiming up toward
performers from the front of the stage.
Warning: Do not stack
speakers in a column.
This is to avoid the danger of toppling speakers.
As with any loudspeakers, protect them
from moisture. If you are setting them up
outdoors, make sure they are under cover if
you expect rain.
Room Acoustics
The C200 loudspeakers are designed
to sound as neutral as possible; that is, to
reproduce the input signal as accurately as
possible, monitoring the audio signal rather
than changing it.
Room acoustics play a crucial role in
the overall performance of a sound system.
However, the wide high-frequency dispersion
of the C200 helps to minimize the problems
that typically arise.
Top
900
900 Dispersion
up to 20 kHz
Here are some other placement tips:
• Avoid placing loudspeakers in the
corners of a room. This increases the
low frequency output and can cause the
sound to be muddy and indistinct.
• Avoid placing loudspeakers against a
wall. This, too, increases the low frequency output, though not as much as
corner placement. However, if you do
need to reinforce the low frequencies,
this is a good way to do it.
• Avoid placing the speakers directly on
a hollow stage floor. A hollow stage can
resonate at certain frequencies, causing peaks and dips in the frequency
response of the room. It’s better to place
the loudspeakers on a sturdy table or
tripod stands.
• Position the loudspeakers so the highfrequency drivers are 2 to 4 feet above
ear level for the audience (make allowances for a standing/dancing in the
aisles audience). High frequencies are
highly directional and tend to be absorbed
much easier than lower frequencies.
By providing direct line-of-sight from
the loudspeakers to the audience, you
increase the overall brightness and intelligibility of the sound system.
• Highly reverberant rooms, like many
gymnasiums and auditoriums, are a
nightmare for sound system intelligibility. Multiple reflections off the hard
walls, ceiling, and floor play havoc with
the sound. Depending on the situation,
you may be able to take some steps to
minimize the reflections, such as putting
carpeting on the floors, closing draperies
to cover large glass windows, or hanging
tapestries or other materials on the walls
to absorb some of the sound.
However, in most cases, these remedies
are not possible or practical. So what
do you do? Making the sound system
louder generally doesn’t work because
the reflections become louder, too. The
best approach is to provide as much
direct sound coverage to the audience as
possible. The farther away you are from
the speaker, the more prominent will be
the reflected sound.
Use more speakers strategically placed
so they are closer to the back of the
audience. If the distance between the
front and back speakers is more than
about 100 feet, you should use a delay
processor to time-align the sound. (Since
sound travels about 1 foot per millisecond, it takes about 1/10 of a second to
travel 100 feet.)
RIGGING
The C200 cabinets are fitted with four
M5 insert points on the top and bottom for
installing an optional accessory plate that allows the speaker to be flown.
WARNING: Never attempt to suspend the
C200 loudspeakers by
their handles. If you want
to suspend them, use
the accessory plate only.
Consult a professional rigger or structural
engineer prior to suspending loudspeakers
from a structure not intended for that use.
Always know the working load limit of the
structure supporting the loudspeaker array.
Always make sure that the rigging hardware minimum rating is at least five times
the actual load.
M5 inserts for mounting
rigging accessory plate
Top
Pole
Mount
Bottom
SERVICE INFO
If you think your Mackie product has a
problem, please check out the following
troubleshooting tips and do your best to
confirm the problem. Visit the Support
section of our website (www.mackie.com/
support) where you will find lots of useful information such as FAQs, documentation, and user forums. You may find the
answer to the problem without having to
send your Mackie product away.
Troubleshooting
No sound!
• Are the level controls on the mixer or
amplifier turned all the way down? Follow the procedures in the “Quick Start”
section on page 4 to verify that all the
volume controls in the system are properly adjusted.
• Is the signal source working (and making
union scale)? Make sure all the connecting cables are in good repair and
securely connected at both ends.
One side is way louder than the other!
• Are the level controls set the same for
both channels on the mixer and amplifier?
• Check the PAN control on the signal
source. It may be turned too far to one
side. If you’re using a stereo signal
source, it may be delivering an out-ofbalance stereo signal.
• Try swapping sides: Switch the speaker
cables coming from the amplifier at the
amplifier end. If the other side is louder
now, the problem is with the amplifier,
the mixer, or the signal source.
Poor bass performance
• Check the polarity of the connections
between the amplifier and the loudspeakers. You may have your positive
and negative connections reversed at
one end of one cable.
It hurts when I touch my arm, or my leg, or
even my head!
• You have a broken finger.
Bad sound!
• Is it loud and distorted? Follow the procedures described in the “Quick Start”
section to verify that the levels are set
properly.
• Are all the connections secure? It’s a
good idea to periodically clean all electrical connections with a non-lubricating
electrical contact cleaner.
• Keep practicing.
Repair
For warranty repair or replacement,
refer to the warranty information on
page 11.
Non-warranty repair for Mackie
products is available at a factory-authorized service center. To locate your
nearest service center, visit www.mackie.
com, click “Support” and select “Locate
a Service Center.” Service for Mackie
products living outside the United States
can be obtained through local dealers or
distributors.
If you do not have access to our
website, you can call our Tech Support
department at 1-800-898-3211,
Monday-Friday, 7 am to 5 pm Pacific
Time, to explain the problem. Tech
Support will tell you where the nearest
factory-authorized service center is
located in your area.
CARE AND
MAINTENANCE
Your Mackie loudspeakers will provide
many years of reliable service if you follow
these simple guidelines:
• Avoid exposing the loudspeakers to
moisture. If they are set up outdoors, be
sure they are under cover if you expect
rain.
• Avoid exposure to extreme cold (below
freezing temperatures). If you must
operate the loudspeakers in a cold environment, warm up the voice coils slowly
by sending a low-level signal through
them for about 15 minutes prior to highpower operation.
• Use a slightly damp cloth with a mild
soap solution to clean the cabinets.
Avoid getting moisture into any of the
openings of the cabinet, particularly
where the drivers are located.
Need Help?
You can reach a technical support representative.
Monday through Friday.
from 7 AM to 5 PM PST at:.
1-800-898-3211.
After hours, visit www.mackie.com and click Support,.
or email us at: techmail@mackie.com
C200 SPECIFICATIONS
System Specifications
Safety Features
Frequency Response (–3 dB)
89 Hz – 20 kHz
Frequency Range (–10 dB)
59 Hz – 22 kHz
Maximum SPL Long-term @ 1m 118 dB
Low-Frequency Crossover Type
6 dB/octave, time offset corrected
High-Frequency Crossover Type
12 dB/octave
Crossover Frequency
1800Hz
Driver Protection
Dynamic protection for compression driver
Audio
Physical Properties
Input Type
Speakon®-style
1/4-inch TS phone jack
Input Impedance
8 ohms
Power Handling
RMS:200 watts
Music:350 watts
Peak:
500 watts
Operating Temperature Range
–10ºC to 45ºC (14ºF to 113ºF)
Transducer Specifications
Low-Frequency Transducer
Diameter
10 in/250 mm
Voice Coil Diameter2.0 in/51 mm
Sensitivity (1W@1m) 96 dB
Frequency Range
59 Hz – 3000 Hz
High-Frequency Driver and Horn
Diaphragm Diameter 1.4 in/36 mm
Horn Exit Diameter
1 in/24.5 mm
Diaphragm Material Titanium
Sensitivity (1W@1m) 104 dB
Frequency Range
1000 Hz – 20,000 Hz
Horn Type
Composite: Exponential and Conical
Mouth Size
12 in/305 mm W x 7 in/178 mm H
Horizontal Coverage
90º (1 kHz – 20 kHz)
Vertical Coverage
80º (1 kHz – 20 kHz)
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Construction Features
Basic Design
Material
Finish
Handles
Grille Asymmetrical Trapezoidal
Polypropylene
Grey, textured finish
One on left side, one on top
Perforated metal with weather-
resistant coating
Height20.75 in/527 mm
Width
13.10 in/333 mm
Depth
12.25 in/311 mm
Weight26.0 lb/11.8 kg
Mounting Methods
Optional accessory plates for top and bottom of enclosure
Disclaimer
Since we are always striving to make our
­products better by incorporating new and improved
materials, components, and manufacturing methods,
we reserve the right to change these specifications at
any time without notice.
“Mackie” and the “Running Man” figure are
registered trademarks of LOUD Technologies Inc.
All other brand names mentioned are trademarks or ­registered trademarks of their respective
holders, and are hereby acknowledged.
©2004-2008 LOUD Technologies Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
C200 LIMITED WARRANTY
Please keep your sales receipt in a safe place.
A. LOUD Technologies Inc. warrants all materials, workmanship and proper operation of this product for a period of one
year from the original date of purchase. You may purchase
an additional 24-month Extended Warranty (for a total of 36
months of coverage). Visit our website and follow the “Product
Registration” links for details (www.mackie.com). If any defects
are found in the materials or workmanship or if the product
fails to function properly during the applicable warranty period,
LOUD Technologies, at its option, will repair or replace the
product. This warranty applies only to equipment sold and
delivered within the U.S. and Canada by LOUD Technologies
Inc. or its authorized dealers.
B. For faster processing (not to mention a free gift), register
online or mail in the product registration card.
C. Unauthorized service, repairs, or modification of Mackie
products will void this warranty. To obtain repairs or replacement under warranty, you must have a copy of your sales
receipt from the authorized Mackie dealer where you purchased the product. It is necessary to establish purchase date
and determine whether your Mackie product is within the
warranty period.
D. To obtain warranty repair or replacement:
1. Call Mackie Technical Support at 800/898-3211, 7 AM
to 5 PM Monday through Friday (Pacific Time) to get authorization for repair or replacement. Alternately, go to the
Mackie website, click “Support” (www.mackie.com/support), and follow the instructions for reporting a warranty
issue and submitting a request for an advance replacement.
2. Advance Replacement: Mackie will ship a replacement
unit to you along with an invoice for the suggested retail
price of the replacement unit. You must return the defective unit immediately to cancel the invoice. If you do not
return the defective unit within 30 days, you must pay the
full amount stated in the invoice to satisfy your debt.
3. Repair: When you call Mackie Technical Support, explain the problem and obtain a Service Request Number.
Have your Mackie product’s serial number ready. You
must have a Service Request Number before you can
obtain factory-authorized service.
• Pack the product in its original shipping carton. Also
include a note explaining exactly how to duplicate the
problem, a copy of the sales receipt with price and date
showing, your daytime phone number and return street
address (no P.O. boxes or route numbers, please!), and
the Service Request Number. If we cannot duplicate the
problem or establish the starting date of your Limited
Warranty, we may, at our option, charge for service time
and parts.
• Ship the product in its original shipping carton, freight
prepaid to the authorized service center. Write the Service Request Number in BIG PRINT on top of the box.
The address of your closest authorized service center
will be given to you by Technical Support, or it may be
obtained from our website. Once it’s repaired, the authorized service center will ship it back by ground shipping,
pre-paid (if it qualified as a warranty repair).
Note: Under the terms of the warranty, you must ship or
drop-off the unit to an authorized service center. The return ground shipment is covered for those units deemed
by us to be under warranty.
Note: You must have a sales receipt from an authorized
Mackie dealer for your unit to be considered for warranty
repair.
IMPORTANT: Make sure that the Service Request Number
is plainly written on the shipping carton. No receipt, no warranty service.
E. LOUD Technologies reserves the right to inspect any
products that may be the subject of any warranty claims before
repair or replacement is carried out. LOUD Technologies may,
at our option, require proof of the original date of purchase in
the form of a dated copy of the original dealer’s invoice or sales
receipt. Final determination of warranty coverage lies solely
with LOUD Technologies.
F. Any products returned to one of the LOUD Technologies
factory-authorized service centers, and deemed eligible for
repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty will be
repaired or replaced. LOUD Technologies and its authorized
service centers may use refurbished parts for repair or replacement of any product. Products returned to LOUD Technologies
that do not meet the terms of this Warranty will not be repaired
unless payment is received for labor, materials, return freight,
and insurance. Products repaired under warranty will be
returned freight prepaid by LOUD Technologies to any location
within the boundaries of the USA or Canada.
G. LOUD Technologies warrants all repairs performed for 90
days or for the remainder of the warranty period. This warranty
does not extend to damage resulting from improper installation, misuse, neglect or abuse, or to exterior appearance. This
warranty is recognized only if the inspection seals and serial
number on the unit have not been defaced or removed.
H. LOUD Technologies assumes no responsibility for the timeliness of repairs performed by an authorized service center.
I. This warranty is extended to the original purchaser. This
warranty may be transferred to anyone who may subsequently
purchase this product within the applicable warranty period for
a nominal fee. A copy of the original sales receipt is required to
obtain warranty repairs or replacement.
J. This is your sole warranty. LOUD Technologies does not
authorize any third party, including any dealer or sales
representative, to assume any liability on behalf of LOUD Technologies or to make any warranty for LOUD Technologies Inc.
K. THE WARRANTY GIVEN ON THIS PAGE IS THE SOLE
WARRANTY GIVEN BY LOUD TECHNOLOGIES INC. AND
IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS AND
IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE
WARRANTY GIVEN ON THIS PAGE SHALL BE STRICTLY
LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF
ORIGINAL PURCHASE FROM AN AUTHORIZED MACKIE
DEALER. UPON EXPIRATION OF THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD, LOUD TECHNOLOGIES INC. SHALL HAVE NO
FURTHER WARRANTY OBLIGATION OF ANY KIND. LOUD
TECHNOLOGIES INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
THAT MAY RESULT FROM ANY DEFECT IN THE MACKIE
PRODUCT OR ANY WARRANTY CLAIM. Some states do not
allow exclusion or limitation of incidental, special, or consequential damages or a limitation on how long warranties last,
so some of the above limitations and exclusions may not apply
to you. This warranty provides specific legal rights and you may
have other rights which vary from state to state.
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US and Canada: 800.258.6883
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