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Mackie 1620i (2009?) Firewire Mixer
« on: January 16, 2015, 05:33:16 PM »
Onyx 1620i
PREMIUM PRODUCTION MIXER WITH FIREWIRE
supports XP SP2, SP3, Vista, Vista SP2, Win7, Mac Os X 10.5 - 10.10
http://mackie.com/sites/default/files/PRODUCT%20RESOURCES/SUPPORT_DOCS/Driver%20Information/Onyx%20Drivers%20Matrix.pdf

http://www.keyboardmag.com/gear/1183/mackie-releases-mixers-that-work-as-front-ends-for-pro-tools/27433
https://www.reddit.com/r/audioengineering/comments/2kjydx/buyer_beware_mackie_onyx_820i_1220i_1620i_1640i/
http://mackie.com/sites/default/files/PRODUCT%20RESOURCES/SPECS/Spec_Sheets/Onyx_1620i_SS.pdf

http://www.mackie.com/products/onyx1620i/
http://www.mackie.com/Products/onyxiseries/docs/Onyx1620i_SS.pdf

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FEATURES:
■16-channel premium analog mixer with integrated 24-bit / 96 kHz FireWire I/O
■Eight Onyx boutique quality mic preamps
■4-band Perkins EQ with sweepable mids on mic/line channels
■3-band Perkins EQ on stereo line channels
■16x2 FireWire routing, including aux sends, main L/R and pre/post EQ assignment for all channels



Compatible with most major DAWs
Pro Tools ® 9 / M-Powered ™ 8 (requires a driver they no longer have the rights to provide)
• Logic ®
• SONAR™
• Cubase®
• Ableton® Live
• Final Cut Pro®
• ...and more

■Four aux sends with pre/post assignment
■Smooth 60mm channel and master faders
■Built-in DI on first two channels for direct connection of guitars, bass, etc.
■Individual 48V phantom power switches on all mic i nputs
■Talkback section with built in mic and flexible routing
■“Planet-Earth” switching power supply for worldwide use
■ Optional rack kit available
■ Includes  Tracktion 3™ Music  Production Software for Mac or PC

http://web.archive.org/web/20100418214054/http://www.mackie.com/enews/rebates_promotions/
the driver for m-powered made the software see the onyx 1620i as a "profire 2626" interface
has anyone just tried installing the driver for the profire2626 and launching m-powered 8?
if you want to give it a shot then the m-powered 8 intsaller can be downloaded here: http://secure.digidesign.com/services/avid/kb/downloads.cfm?digiArticleId=43372