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Analog Mixer from Yamaha belonging to the MG FX series.

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  • BroadcastBroadcast

    Yamaha MG12/4FXPublished on 12/27/04 at 05:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a console well enough over the whole (sheet CORD lockable jack mtallique, pots of quality,). Not function if it is an extraordinary multi-fx with Intgr rinjection on to an often ddi to monitoring, it is switchable PrPost.
    I have AIM channels 5 / 6 and 7 / 8 used both in mono XLR Jack Stro with adjustable gain.
    There are many sr all the traditional functions of small competing consoles: phantom, 2TR, small subgroup assignable to master, and so on.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration ergonomic handling of pots and buttons is not a toothpick like some small console, only the illuminated buttons are a bit too long blinding.
    Note an instructive manual for more nophyte of homeowners.…
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    It is a console well enough over the whole (sheet CORD lockable jack mtallique, pots of quality,). Not function if it is an extraordinary multi-fx with Intgr rinjection on to an often ddi to monitoring, it is switchable PrPost.
    I have AIM channels 5 / 6 and 7 / 8 used both in mono XLR Jack Stro with adjustable gain.
    There are many sr all the traditional functions of small competing consoles: phantom, 2TR, small subgroup assignable to master, and so on.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration ergonomic handling of pots and buttons is not a toothpick like some small console, only the illuminated buttons are a bit too long blinding.
    Note an instructive manual for more nophyte of homeowners.

    SOUNDS

    AIE! o is the plot thickens despite a pre-amp of good quality of sound is faster ALTR with an S / B I got too lev.
    In home studio, forget the corrections that enhances Avoid noise and also too open to gain. When the multi-fx to be called mono-fx since only the type hall is used, it will rev well to simulate the sound of the sea tempt SHSHSHSHSH see! However it remains INTERESTED live.
    Attention also important crosstalk between channels.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This console will find a place in local rptition or caf-concert. For a novelty was expected YAMAHA better, in short it does not really dmarque of competing for a prize lgrement suprieur, shame!
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  • Shaka ZuluShaka Zulu

    Yamaha MG12/4FXPublished on 04/17/05 at 17:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Console rack (if you will), 12 channels, 6 channels XLR & 4-way stereos with all the basic connectivity, a 3-band EQ / channel with a routable because the auxiliary! Complte a console!

    UTILIZATION

    To install, nothing to say simple and effective and well-developed manual and trs for those who wade a little solorisation!

    SOUNDS

    In fact, I leave a Berhinger Eurorack 12/22fx that despite some notable quality deu me a little on some points! In short, it is the dynamics of Contents day and night, I have a MOTIF ES 8, and it is clear that now it sounds much better than before! Be careful not to over-even when playing with the gain, pass the 3 / 4 of a knob breath a little! Fo…
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    Console rack (if you will), 12 channels, 6 channels XLR & 4-way stereos with all the basic connectivity, a 3-band EQ / channel with a routable because the auxiliary! Complte a console!

    UTILIZATION

    To install, nothing to say simple and effective and well-developed manual and trs for those who wade a little solorisation!

    SOUNDS

    In fact, I leave a Berhinger Eurorack 12/22fx that despite some notable quality deu me a little on some points! In short, it is the dynamics of Contents day and night, I have a MOTIF ES 8, and it is clear that now it sounds much better than before! Be careful not to over-even when playing with the gain, pass the 3 / 4 of a knob breath a little! For the EQ I do not use it so I do not really believe the above!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had four days and now there would only be for numrique remplecer in my case! Anyway I am on the bluff! For the price, no worries choice again, I repeat with more!
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