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Analog Mixer from Yamaha belonging to the MG C series.

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  • fredsoundivinefredsoundivine

    best quality / price

    Yamaha MG166CPublished on 12/28/11 at 13:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Table 16-track mix rack, XLR or jack, 4-band equalization, channel 3 returns, no effect, + 48v phantom power. integrated compressor 8 preamps on mono and 2 stereo tracks for entering with microphones, for meter input.

    UTILIZATION

    for anyone who speaks a mixing desk, not rocket science, the manual is almost obsolete, for beginners, the (same) manual is revealed clearly and effectively, it will be enough to scrape a few hours to see more clearly, a compressor is what I call effective unless it is expected is a big Larcen, but that can be used with partimonie on vocals, bass and bass drum.

    SOUNDS

    For my part, I could not find a breath, it does not change the grain of the …
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    Table 16-track mix rack, XLR or jack, 4-band equalization, channel 3 returns, no effect, + 48v phantom power. integrated compressor 8 preamps on mono and 2 stereo tracks for entering with microphones, for meter input.

    UTILIZATION

    for anyone who speaks a mixing desk, not rocket science, the manual is almost obsolete, for beginners, the (same) manual is revealed clearly and effectively, it will be enough to scrape a few hours to see more clearly, a compressor is what I call effective unless it is expected is a big Larcen, but that can be used with partimonie on vocals, bass and bass drum.

    SOUNDS

    For my part, I could not find a breath, it does not change the grain of the voice or instrumentals. in addition she has a face!
    ability to master the master stereo output or in groups 1-2 or 3-4 so can put behind a lot of hp to get my head.
    for me the best compromise value for money: € 270 in tho ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    before I had three tables behringer mass for live and recordings and I must admit that it gets better.
    a choice I do it again with closed eyes.
    I would put 10/10.
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  • Anonymous

    Yamaha MG166CPublished on 08/30/08 at 08:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Characteristics (not exhaustive):
    8 tracks mono, 4 stereo tracks (16 mono so ...), 3 shipments total effect and SEND
    INSERT also on each mono track, Equal HIGH, MID and LOW, semi-param to
    the MID, compressor on mono tracks.
    Jack + XLR connectors.
    Several groups of outputs, etc..

    UTILIZATION

    Studio use for me.
    Super simple setup, it was more 'out':
    Stereo Out, Monitor Out (for headphones in particular), Rec Out, group 1 / 2 and
    Group 3 / 4 ...
    Easy to select for each track to which output on the road, with a
    switch. Very easy to listen to a track through headphones, to play another
    on his amp ... etc..

    SOUNDS

    Impeccable, nothing to say on that side…
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    Characteristics (not exhaustive):
    8 tracks mono, 4 stereo tracks (16 mono so ...), 3 shipments total effect and SEND
    INSERT also on each mono track, Equal HIGH, MID and LOW, semi-param to
    the MID, compressor on mono tracks.
    Jack + XLR connectors.
    Several groups of outputs, etc..

    UTILIZATION

    Studio use for me.
    Super simple setup, it was more 'out':
    Stereo Out, Monitor Out (for headphones in particular), Rec Out, group 1 / 2 and
    Group 3 / 4 ...
    Easy to select for each track to which output on the road, with a
    switch. Very easy to listen to a track through headphones, to play another
    on his amp ... etc..

    SOUNDS

    Impeccable, nothing to say on that side!
    But hey ... I'm not audiophile

    OVERALL OPINION

    I like for a month and I chose the table based on my
    needs, it suits me perfectly!
    I could just cable once and for all and needs to reconnect
    my (very cheap) Yellow cable every 30 seconds ...
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