A small mix (half rack) are part of a series output by including Yamaha A100 amp, reverb R100, S100 and the announcer multitrack MT100.
It offers entry:
- 4 mono jack inputs (including two configurable between Mic / Line)
- 1 stereo RCA line input,
- 1 stereo aux input jack,
- 1 stereo + sub mono in effect (which lets you connect another MV100)
He proposes as output:
- 1 stereo output jack (to amp)
- 1 stereo Aux jack (to effect)
- 1 stereo RCA (to recorder)
- 1 stereo mini-jack (headphones)
Inputs 1 and 2 are equipped with a 2-parameter EQUALIZERS (Hi-Low)
Inputs 1 to 4 of which provided a PAN setting and sending to the Aux.
Headphone output and Aux have a separate volume control.
The master has LED for each stereo channel.
Little more power to chain another MV100 (or R100, etc.)
I think there is nothing easier to use. It is a small mixer is ideal for managing my synths without taking up space. Everything is at hand: should not just have big fingers!
The English manual is comprehensive, simple and clear.
Outputs merits it breath a bit. For now, she not age too badly, which is surprising from a small machine like that.
I never use the EQUALIZERS too limited for this kind of mix.
The sound is a little deaf, muffled.
I long ago (I remember the date). In this space, it is an amazing mix. His biggest weakness is the fragility of rear connectors. It is not meant to be lugging (reserved for home studio).