Mackie Powers Massive Monkees

Breakdancing crew Massive Monkees recently celebrated its 15th Anniversary with a street party, followed by the inevitable after party at Seattle's Gallery 2312, which had recently replaced its sound system with new Mackie SRM650 loudspeakers.
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Seattle, WA (September 30, 2014)—Breakdancing crew Massive Monkees recently celebrated its 15th Anniversary with a street party, followed by the inevitable after party at Seattle's Gallery 2312, which had recently replaced its sound system with new Mackie SRM650 loudspeakers.

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With its application-specific speaker modes and 1600 W of High-Definition sound, Mackie's SRM650 loudspeakers provide Gallery 2312 owner Jonathan Moore with the power and sonic flexibility required for the multi-purpose venue.

"Good sound is a big part of the events and programs we hold at 2312," says Moore. "Whether it's a party with a DJ, a gallery opening, or whatever, music is always a critical part of the celebration. To have great sounding, reliable gear like Mackie SRM speakers is a great fit for us."

Commented Massive Monkees producer Benito Ybarra, "I call on Mackie for sound at these kind of events because their stuff sounds fantastic. Massive Monkees have been working with Mackie for years, and we're definitely as supportive of them as they are of us."

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