Yamaha MG24/14FX

Yamaha MG24/14FX

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MG24/14FX, Analog Mixer from Yamaha in the MG FX series.

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Yamaha MG24/14FX tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: MG24/14FX
  • Series: MG FX
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 02/19/2003

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Yamaha MG24/14FX user reviews

Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Audiofanzine FR03/16/2009

Audiofanzine FR's review

Yamaha MG24/14FX
(Originally written by Forenz/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
- Is it rack mountable? No but you'll find flightcases specially designed for this mixer.

- How many channels, groups, aux sends and returns ...)? 16 mono mic/line channels, four stereo line channels, six aux (four pre/post and two post fader) + two aux for internal effects.

Four groups, two effect returns.

- What kind of connections (RCA, phone, XLR...) does it have? Mono channels: unbalanced XLR or jack; Stereo channels: two unbalanced jacks.

- Does it have a parametric EQ? Semi-parametric mids, 4-band EQ on the stereo channels.

- Does it have an integrated effects section?...Two SPX effect modules.

The number of inputs, outputs, aux and groups is incredible considering the price. I give it an 8 because channels don't have direct outs. But the inserts are post gain and post EQ so you can easily use them as direct outs for recordings.


- How complicated is the overall configuration?It's an analog mixer so it's very easy to use.

- Is it easy to access the main functions? Analog mixer: One function = one button

- Is the user's manual clear and comprehensive?[/b]... Yes


- Does the desk sound "transparent"? Transparent is not the right word but when the input signal is good, the output signal is also good.

Does it generate noise? Slight hum noise above 0 dB but that's normal. Nothing serious.

- Is the EQ effective?... It's ok even though it has a bad reputation. I expected the worst after reading some user reviews, but you just have to avoid extreme settings. The quality of the EQ is ok.


- How long have you been using it? One month

- Which feature do you like the most / the least? Pros = number of aux sends and groups. Cons = no direct outs

- Did you try any other models before buying it? Mackie, Soundcraft, Allen & Health, Midas Venice, etc. This Yamaha is alright, it's neither the best nor the worst.

- How would you rate its value for money? Very good

- Based on your experience, would you choose this product again?... Yes, if I had the same budget. With a bit more money, I would buy an Allen & Health.

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

Yamaha MG24/14FX
24 channels between
a double effect Systm numrique Intgr SPX,
and dparts groups and auxiliaries.

16 Pramplis fantme powered mic switchable in groups of 8 channels (8 and 8 of the 16 monos proposed)
No background note is clean and efficient
14 buses in all for the signal routing
Stereo bus main bus four stro group to group channels, six auxiliary dparts (four configurable for pre or post-fader and two rgls for dparts effects) and two internal effect busses that feed the internal effects processors.

output record in / out RCA format noted


The configuration is simple and readable especially trs, everything is illuminated thereby know what is activated with a single glance.
The manual rpond almost all questions that may arise!


The qualisation paramtrique 4 bands is effective (including the group mdiums), a low cut is useful to a sub sound on 16 channels.
No breath rsiduel note is clean numriques Intgr effects are very quality used for recordings (admittedly limited but useful for the budget)


I have this console for a month and I'm glad trs! Yamaha's MG range is very well conceived and above all very practical. We know what we achte: it is a table midrange clear and effective.

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

Yamaha MG24/14FX
- Possde 16 channels of monaural microphone for connection to devices and online. possde also 4 inputs Stereo line.

- Double box effects numriques intgre, based on the SPX, can apply a wide range of internal effects inputs vocal and instrumental.

- The "tap delay" can Defines the time delay of the internal effect by pressing the button or switch off.

- Possde Stereo output doubles, two effect outputs, 6 AUX outputs and 4 groups (14). outputs and AUX Group uses simultanment used to connect external devices and custom mix of CRER for HP or amp for monitoring SPECIFICATIONS scne.

- An output jack mono indpendamment control sends a signal out of the mix Main ST, ideal for connecting a subwoofer or other extension.
mono channels are a jack quips "insert I / O" connection to an external effect indpendante other Dtd etc..

- Includes switches "PFL" indpendants for each channel ebtre for each AUX and return to the bus "2TR" (tape rec) and the AFL indpendants switches for each output and AUX and GROUP for the main output ST. These switches make it easy to spot checks of input and output via the headphone jack plug the "PHONE".

- The ghost amimentation can provide 48 V DC every XLR input jacks, enabling direct connection of consoles and condenser microphones phantom power any combination of the mono channels. the phantom power can be activated and deactivated in indpendamment blocks of 8 channels (1 ~ 9 ~ 8 and 16).

- Double the RETURN jacks can send signals back to the bus TO ST and 4 to the Aux. These jacks can also be use as input Stereo auxiliary.


Super simple
all is intuitive and bright
scne for it dfend very well:
24 between which allows it to sound great training, can grate up to 6 inserts and direct returns or the SPX, effects (delay, comp etc).
COST AFL and PFL allows the headphone costs at
ddier an XLR microphone to talk on the bus assignable ST TO 1,2,3,4
an XLR to plug a small lupiotte
in short all you need for a good sound

for the studio it also dfend very well since all the may be dpart utiliss for effects and the insert
and insert I / O sub-group and allow mutli track record (no breath and pre amp of very good quality while keeping all the main cost, or AFL etc.


Very neutral, it should color the signal, but I have not really paid attention or noticed a big diffrence with other tables,
the pramp are good, not breathing signalbr /> EQs are trs Submitted as changes are important rglage


The table will not last!
but for the price, 24 inputs, 2 Intgr SPX effects, dparts TO 6, sub groups, inserts etc.., gives it a certain strength. competition can tremble before the table Yamaha!

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

Yamaha MG24/14FX
Mix table 24 in which 16 single, 4 subgroups, 6 in, 2 integrated multi-effects: it is largely sufficient for model groups pop / rock sound with or on small venues
The equalization is effective, but with only 3 bands: not sufficient to actually work (two bands of mediums have been well come).
The connectivity is very comprehensive and can only regret the absence of direct outs on channels, but it must be related with the price of the beast that is excellent (bought new 800 €).


The table is compact but very well designed and ergonomic.
One may regret the lack of possibility of listening to each slice in AFL: keys "solo" slices allow only listening PFL: The only way a source enjoy.The AFL is to mutate all other slices.
There is no possibility of reversion phase, which is a shame.
On each track, there are LEDs indicating the level of input gain, but two in number, which is not functional: the input gain can be effectively régléqu'avec the bargraph general.
The integrated effects troubleshoot well together, but are obviously not of a quality studio (to be once again in connection with the price of this table).


This is the big advantage of this table, the preamp is accurate and does not blow. The sound is balanced. Nothing to do with the sound of Midas, of course, but compared to its competitors, the sound quality of the MG 24 14 FX is unbeatable in my opinion.


I use it for 2 years, mostly for the demo recording of my groups (rock).
The price / quality ratio is unbeatable and the sound quality. This is the first investment ideal for such applications, for cons, if you want to save or resume by repeating a few instruments for concerts in bars, a more portable would be best suited.
But it's true that it lacks several important features for recording (direct output, phase inversion ....). This model is interesting for an audience finally asez small: small budgets who want to make the recording or PA with an acceptable quality of the final work. With experience, but also with a larger budget, I turned instead to the Allen & Heath, who are much more complete and accurate (GL series), or towards a Midas Venice 320, but the price is unbeatable.
The notice finally gave into account the specific use I make of this material.

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