Yamaha MG16/6FX

Yamaha MG16/6FX

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MG16/6FX, Analog Mixer from Yamaha in the MG FX series.

8 user reviews

Yamaha MG16/6FX tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: MG16/6FX
  • Series: MG FX
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 02/19/2003

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Yamaha MG16/6FX user reviews

Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 8 reviews )
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patap's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha MG16/6FX
Rather subjective ... many of: enough for me ...


The accessibility is not bad I think is, except maybe the "corner" general, with the, effects .. but hey it's not a disaster
The manual is very nice, no "frills" that useful thing, small details that make a given envi read it.


Transparant, I can not say too much.
At the breath is suitable, it y'en a little on portions than others, why? I do not know ...
The equalizer is simple, effective. I mean by that installations in speed or with amplified system or other type of triphonic it adequate.


I use it for a year, always present. I had a single problem an evening: there was little level on all slices, I never understood why, since the next day at my branch everything worked properly.
What I like the most, and I use a lot in my case it's subgroups.
Before this one I had an old samick: incomparable ...
Qualitprix the report is interesting, this table is polivalente, I have already had occasion to sound to a group of neo metal, I do a little home studio, the "disco" evenings, I already sonoris a piano duo + song, but as a rule I make techno evening.

I would do this choice without problem.

Broady1's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha MG16/6FX
Table 16-channel rack-mount (8 Mono and 4 Stereo)
6 bus: 2 + 4 Stereo subgroups
Complte connection: XLR, Jack, RCA
Equalizer by paramtrique
Effects section Intgr: 16 programs rverbe and time limit


The configuration and installation is simple trs. All the controls are good.
The manual is well done for a Retailer section the principles of mixing for novices.


Not good dynamic observation of breath (even for condenser microphones supplmentaire no effect).
The legalization is effective and nuance.


I recently but I test all the functions ventail quickly because I was badly needed to mix a whole bunch of sources diffrent (for recording): condenser microphones, dynamic, keyboard, electric guitar and electro-acoustic.

I am surprised by the possibilities and I complterai opinion within a few days or weeks.

Waladze's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha MG16/6FX
16 channels (8 mono and 4 streos) with switchable phantom power +48 V
Switchable 80Hz high pass filter on each between micro
Pre Fader Listening (PFL)
Two sub-groups and out STREO
Auxiliary 2 (1 pre and 1 pre / post)
XLR connector (microphone inputs and output) jack (line inputs, inserts, auxiliary output), RCA (input and output line)
3-band EQ per channel with medium paramtrique (250Hz 5kHz)
16 multi-effects programs with a parameter adjustable
7-band EQ on the output STREO


The mixer is very simple to use, no function or twisted cache, everything is done just trs. The manual is very well described. Well, there is, as any translation of technical doc a few typos and nonsense but trs silmple read and especially the door of everyone. For beginners, the principle of mixing is explained and tips are donns, and for experts, there are all the specs and Schma gnral.


Trs good sound for this price range.
The legalization is effective with a range SETTING THE 30dB (-15dB +15 dB) for input and 24dB (-12dB +12 dB) on the output.
Cot breath is trs correct vacuum by pushing the faders just means a lightweight breath, but still imperceptible during operation. Moreover, from this point of view, the MG16 / 6 FX on site trs well against other tables in the same price (like a Behringer).


I use it for two months for the caf-concert and I am satisfied with TRS. Its main asset is its relationship qualitprix because this table is really good for a reasonable price trs. From the perspective of inconvnients could signal the lack of a "mute" on each slice as there are many one "On" button that lets you send or not in each slice toward the exit, but this communties n not affect subgroups ....

So in conclusion, if I were to buy a mixing desk, I will again this MODEL, without hsiter.

necro's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha MG16/6FX
16voies, an effects processor, stereo two groups ..


Very clear and easy to use, there is everything you want instinctively. And for those who would still have trouble, it comes with a comprehensive manual to learn how to mix ...


No breath on preamps, EQ is not very useful for my taste, the effects are not bad, on the other hand I find very aggressive in the medium acute ... So be careful, to be taken into consideration in the choice of speakers (I sold it because of that)
Also lacks a bit of tone in the bass.


I used it a few months all the same it is a very good product especially for the price. Otherwise there is the console behringer mx 3242 ki a lair really really exceptional for the price. I think what my next sra console.

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