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  • #31
    Ya know, it's funny: my Mackie **************** -- both the older stuff and the newer stuff I have -- seems to work great despite any rumor and innuendo. And I keep making music and doing shows and stuff, while other folks are busy speculating. :idea:
    <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="2"><i><font color="Green"><a href="http://www.zakclaxton.com/" target="_blank">Music, thoughts, stuff, and... I guess that's all</a></font></i></font></div>

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    • #32
      Ya know, it's funny: my Mackie **************** -- both the older stuff and the newer stuff I have -- seems to work great despite any rumor and innuendo. And I keep making music and doing shows and stuff, while other folks are busy speculating. :idea:


      Good point!

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      • #33
        I won't reveal my source or any specific details; however, I have a very good friend in senior management at Loud. They are not anywhere close to going under. Yes, they have had some challenges, but there are internal strategic initiatives that have been underway for at least a year which are improving not only the bottom line, but the product line quality as well.
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        • #34
          Ya know, it's funny: my Mackie **************** -- both the older stuff and the newer stuff I have -- seems to work great despite any rumor and innuendo. And I keep making music and doing shows and stuff, while other folks are busy speculating. :idea:
          Ditto that. I have a Mackie VLZ Pro mixer for monitoring in my studio, I have an old CR 1604 (like 15 years old) that I use with my band, and I have one of the newer cheap Mackie boards (because it was cheaper than fixing my other CR 1604 when someone spilled a Coke in it at at gig). Except for the Coke incident all of the Mackie stuff I have ever owned has been great and reliable.
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          • #35
            I gave up on Mackie after they sold out and began manufacturing in China.
            Its not the same product anymore.

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