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Yamaha MG32/14FX
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Analog Mixer from Yamaha belonging to the MG FX series.

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  • Few glitches Old-

    Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 10/06/12 at 03:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The mixer is not rackable.

    It has 24 mic and 4 stereo channels. 4 subgroups, 4 or 6 to use following effects. 2 effects and Yamaha.

    The equalizer is parametric on micro units.

    UTILIZATION

    It is very easy to use.

    The manual is furnished, which is often the case with Yamaha.

    SOUNDS

    Console out in a rich medium trademark of the brand.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost 10 years.

    I try many other models for rental.

    I like its overall functioning.
    I do not like any product on the sizzling knob after a long quiescence (several months).

    Good quality / price ratio for this type of equipment.

    I do not repeat again this choice because I want to go digital......
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    The mixer is not rackable.

    It has 24 mic and 4 stereo channels. 4 subgroups, 4 or 6 to use following effects. 2 effects and Yamaha.

    The equalizer is parametric on micro units.

    UTILIZATION

    It is very easy to use.

    The manual is furnished, which is often the case with Yamaha.

    SOUNDS

    Console out in a rich medium trademark of the brand.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost 10 years.

    I try many other models for rental.

    I like its overall functioning.
    I do not like any product on the sizzling knob after a long quiescence (several months).

    Good quality / price ratio for this type of equipment.

    I do not repeat again this choice because I want to go digital (Behringer X32).
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  • Good console

    Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 12/18/11 at 02:03
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    I bought this console to streamline my studio with a console 18 between 2 and 24 between a competitor and not CHRE DCRI but me no problem. 32 between what a luxury - the effects of quality basic but correct

    UTILIZATION

    Use it with a manual trs simple but succinct enough. The buttons seem strong enough to use intensif.Tout is easily accessible, but better to have room larrire your checks, but it is not every day.

    SOUNDS

    There is a lightweight but still breathing correct, the equalizer is too effective, attention

    OVERALL OPINION

    I hsit with a table and one peavey Samson L3200 for the usb connection, but finally I prfr ensure a brand that gives me satisfaction.
    I do not regret......
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    I bought this console to streamline my studio with a console 18 between 2 and 24 between a competitor and not CHRE DCRI but me no problem. 32 between what a luxury - the effects of quality basic but correct

    UTILIZATION

    Use it with a manual trs simple but succinct enough. The buttons seem strong enough to use intensif.Tout is easily accessible, but better to have room larrire your checks, but it is not every day.

    SOUNDS

    There is a lightweight but still breathing correct, the equalizer is too effective, attention

    OVERALL OPINION

    I hsit with a table and one peavey Samson L3200 for the usb connection, but finally I prfr ensure a brand that gives me satisfaction.
    I do not regret my choice.
    8 / 10
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  • Good but ....

    Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 10/16/11 at 20:35
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    Features as below.
    Note however that in the asymmetric auxiliary outputs, which forces me to use a balun with a multicore behind 50 meters.

    UTILIZATION

    Table bright. We are not in the high end, but the knobs are pleasant to use. But it is closer to the penny and gilles ALPS.

    SOUNDS

    Good overall performance for the live.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used in an orchestra in place this summer.
    Enjoyed working with her. However, I missed three things:
    A 3-band EQ only
    Output 2 in the asymmetric
    3 One of the output was down, which leaves me little hope to use this console in 10 years ...

    I would not personally choice. ...
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    Features as below.
    Note however that in the asymmetric auxiliary outputs, which forces me to use a balun with a multicore behind 50 meters.

    UTILIZATION

    Table bright. We are not in the high end, but the knobs are pleasant to use. But it is closer to the penny and gilles ALPS.

    SOUNDS

    Good overall performance for the live.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used in an orchestra in place this summer.
    Enjoyed working with her. However, I missed three things:
    A 3-band EQ only
    Output 2 in the asymmetric
    3 One of the output was down, which leaves me little hope to use this console in 10 years ...

    I would not personally choice.
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  • Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 09/19/04 at 08:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Console rack but not the edges varnished wood are the most beautiful effect.
    4 groups, 6 auxiliary switchable 2 onboard effects (effects of good quality, very practical in troubleshooting)
    24 microphone inputs with insert, trs prampli correct, 3-band eq with frequency drives selection for mdium, switchable phantom power supply in groups of 8 (very convenient for SAVE dynamic mics)
    Stereo line input with 4 SETTING THE gain, 4 band eq
    Trs connector complte, we might just regret the absence of the master complment xlr jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is very simple to use, intuitive. The arrangement of pots is thought, in short, a good console trs.
    A little more with the large on......
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    Console rack but not the edges varnished wood are the most beautiful effect.
    4 groups, 6 auxiliary switchable 2 onboard effects (effects of good quality, very practical in troubleshooting)
    24 microphone inputs with insert, trs prampli correct, 3-band eq with frequency drives selection for mdium, switchable phantom power supply in groups of 8 (very convenient for SAVE dynamic mics)
    Stereo line input with 4 SETTING THE gain, 4 band eq
    Trs connector complte, we might just regret the absence of the master complment xlr jack.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is very simple to use, intuitive. The arrangement of pots is thought, in short, a good console trs.
    A little more with the large on / off buttons that light up the track gnreusement orange, trs collection outdoor visible and clearly. The visualizations of 4 levels (4 off del nitre VU) are convenient and more visible than just the sries Previous diodes.

    SOUNDS

    Breath zero, eq effective but discreet, sensitive and effective fader, gain prcis ... short for the price it is better not to forego
    It is a console oriented scne more, but it has interesting features in the studio or home.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Report qualitprix: hard to beat
    The only concern as the Available (even if I did not have this level of problem), in fact, Yamaha distributes its products in the account drop despite strong demand.
    Plus: the pitch that puts Intgr long minutes of DCON balance
    Intgr effects are nice. No regrets, reliable and solid console Designed trs well.
    What else to say ... try it, well worth the dtour. A 32 track this price, from behringer and 6 months of sav ...
    Well, After a few hours of intensive use, the 12V lamp and effect between the fingers loose me ... or bad default construction fluke .... This As said the console is an excellent working tool ...
    In fact, it's not the console that shit, it's just a mistake or a lack plutt in the manual, all the lights 12V Tolra are not just those in the US format ( cablge diffrent). Lights the European gnrent a short juice (pb mass ...) Voila voila, two roundtrip enn APRS workshop = three changes of fuses, evil is rpar ...
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  • Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 02/28/05 at 04:48
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    I will not give again the technical specifications. I invite you to read this opinion below.

    Then quickly 32 channels including 24 mono (with insert jacks on Stereo).
    The inputs are on track monon jack / XLR with a pad (for uen rduction gain of 20dB.
    The galo on mono inputs is paramtrique in mdium.

    Stereo on inputs you can choose between Jack and RCA inputs. The Galiza wants to be a egalo four bands.

    UTILIZATION

    We must admit the 32 analog channels usually are larger. This one is quite compact, leaving very With easy access to the main functions.

    This console is, I think, very kind live. The majority of the buttons are light which makes the task of his head.

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    I will not give again the technical specifications. I invite you to read this opinion below.

    Then quickly 32 channels including 24 mono (with insert jacks on Stereo).
    The inputs are on track monon jack / XLR with a pad (for uen rduction gain of 20dB.
    The galo on mono inputs is paramtrique in mdium.

    Stereo on inputs you can choose between Jack and RCA inputs. The Galiza wants to be a egalo four bands.

    UTILIZATION

    We must admit the 32 analog channels usually are larger. This one is quite compact, leaving very With easy access to the main functions.

    This console is, I think, very kind live. The majority of the buttons are light which makes the task of his head.

    Everything is accessible and easy to use DS when you know the operation of an analog console.

    SOUNDS

    The legalization is effective, no breath adplorer.

    I turned with 3.5 kW and Mackie Turbosound, no problem, quite the contrary. A console trs effective particulirement adapate multicasting.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A console very cheap and very effective. It will make you good services at concerts or multicast solutions.
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  • Good mixer

    Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 10/06/11 at 01:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Input: 24 Tracks XLR / Jack Stereo Jack + 8 Tracks
    3-band EQ
    Box integrated effect
    Subgroup

    UTILIZATION

    Simple. Manuel simple and easy to understand even without sound important bases.

    Operation is simple because each part of the track (gain / EQ / aids / impact / ...) are differentiated by different colors.

    Not too many unnecessary functions and buttons.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of the table is correct. No apparent breath even if you push the gain.

    Equalizer and effective enough to adjust a little signal.

    Sensitivity and amplification of the tracks and effective backup.

    The effects are nice even if we can not really change the characteristics of the effect.
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    Input: 24 Tracks XLR / Jack Stereo Jack + 8 Tracks
    3-band EQ
    Box integrated effect
    Subgroup

    UTILIZATION

    Simple. Manuel simple and easy to understand even without sound important bases.

    Operation is simple because each part of the track (gain / EQ / aids / impact / ...) are differentiated by different colors.

    Not too many unnecessary functions and buttons.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of the table is correct. No apparent breath even if you push the gain.

    Equalizer and effective enough to adjust a little signal.

    Sensitivity and amplification of the tracks and effective backup.

    The effects are nice even if we can not really change the characteristics of the effect.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Table easy to use and very good quality / price ratio.

    This table is not a luxury but it allows for a great product for budget limited.
    Very good choice for simple and effective ... to buy if you want to put € 4000 in its mixer.
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  • Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 08/29/06 at 07:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - It is not rack mountable but the socity BACH Montauban, is superb flight-cases.
    - Full channel, two effects Intgr

    UTILIZATION

    Operation is super simple, extremely intuitive.
    The most important thing in the manual, the Schma routing!
    There are small back on most pots marking the "0 dB" gain. Not bad!

    SOUNDS

    We have not heard of breath (too much mess in the room).
    The acute qualiseur is not violent, the mdium is. Same too, with a large enough Q it seems (at least when we kill a frquence, there's a hell hole).

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a console o any hands on, everything is easy.
    If we had not chosen it, when we choose the same. :-)

    That's when even drlement cheap for a......
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    - It is not rack mountable but the socity BACH Montauban, is superb flight-cases.
    - Full channel, two effects Intgr

    UTILIZATION

    Operation is super simple, extremely intuitive.
    The most important thing in the manual, the Schma routing!
    There are small back on most pots marking the "0 dB" gain. Not bad!

    SOUNDS

    We have not heard of breath (too much mess in the room).
    The acute qualiseur is not violent, the mdium is. Same too, with a large enough Q it seems (at least when we kill a frquence, there's a hell hole).

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a console o any hands on, everything is easy.
    If we had not chosen it, when we choose the same. :-)

    That's when even drlement cheap for a structure that is solid. The faders are enjoyable, fairly firm.
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  • Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 10/02/06 at 13:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See above

    UTILIZATION

    Practical, simple, intuitive

    SOUNDS

    No breath, the équalo may be a fair bit

    OVERALL OPINION

    This table is very convenient.
    I use it live for my group of 10 musicians, and I must say it is very easy to handle.
    The built-in effects are very friendly.

    But a caveat: there is not enough auxiliary line (for use as live onstage) compared to the number of entries.
    It's a shame because this table is destined to be used by many musicians live together, which will therefore unfortunately not all of returns independent. ...
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    See above

    UTILIZATION

    Practical, simple, intuitive

    SOUNDS

    No breath, the équalo may be a fair bit

    OVERALL OPINION

    This table is very convenient.
    I use it live for my group of 10 musicians, and I must say it is very easy to handle.
    The built-in effects are very friendly.

    But a caveat: there is not enough auxiliary line (for use as live onstage) compared to the number of entries.
    It's a shame because this table is destined to be used by many musicians live together, which will therefore unfortunately not all of returns independent.
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  • Yamaha MG32/14FXPublished on 09/12/07 at 08:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I will not repeat the technical description of the console, I used it for a jazz

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use

    SOUNDS

    The console remains neutral, no perceptible breath, an equalizer a little sensitive, gentle on the pots

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ideal for this price range
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