Yamaha MG12/4
Yamaha MG12/4

MG12/4, Analog Mixer from Yamaha in the MG series.

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Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 15 reviews )
 10 reviews67 %
 4 reviews27 %
 1 user review7 %
Value For Money : Excellent

phonic6's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha MG12/4
19-inch rack console
6 votes XLR microphones
2 see stro
there are all conections
Band 3 qualiseur simple, no effect
complte the console price


Super simple setup, you do not really take the head adjustments, ds that we know that a table can quickly everything is trs
trs good manual


So this machine can make a sound like the most rotten EXCELLENT, everything is history and adjustment environment.
Let me explain: it is an entry-level console then with the rule of never surencherire knob of the equalizer no one feels out problem (eg you want more dynamic in serious an instrument, ba rduisez mediums and acute and oh coincidentally sound is cleaned and your sound does not suffer serious damage as Augu the DB will auguementer pressure on your speakers and thus can cause damage.) This is RULES gold mix for a clear sound.
last breath so that your dpent rglages, your microphones, your treatment of her, your gear diff .....


I use it for a couple a year and a half mg 10 / 2, which she used to bounce micro electro-static.
I used mainly for small groups of sound to music. For mixing I've never had the opportunity to look elsewhere as the range MG (32 mg for large concerts) from Yamaha.
I like the least of these tables is the pasience he must have with them, but it helps to have its own output
The report price is exellent quality (especially as its price falls seen eye)
with exprience yes I do it again and I will choose to continue working on vai mg for now
ps: take care of this little corny: the cover them is not enough as all the tables if one slips into a dirt fader it will crack so please spend a bomb blow open air and do a few times for dcrasser (LMCS if you have any ideas of electronic attention to wound if not ;-) )

benjamin55's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha MG12/4
Deja donnbr /> I put 10/10 for the quality price reports


Everything is very easy to use, catches on the back can be a bit difficult if you change configuration often but at least branch there when it affects more and more you think about it!
The manual is very clear and put the essential assistance is super pdagogique beginners.


Good for pramplis it clear they are good but need to push for standards and good sweet potato INTERESTED if we do not find all the nuances of voice, and suddenly we r cupra a little breath. But we know, this is not the pro stuff and the price is already gnial.


I use it for lives and for me everything. By doing good balance and taking his time we get a more correct and one that costs the live which is very pleasant. I often ask the public and I have nothing but very positive feedback on the quality of sound.
Reports qualitprix trs trs is really good.
Mister H-Pi01/30/2004

Mister H-Pi's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha MG12/4
Deja vu ...


Very simple configuration
the knobs, faders are enough space to be taken over easily. Few adjustments but most like the mute, PFL, and the group, not evident on a console that price.
It's super convenient to route his instrumentals to a sound card (2 entries) and speakers in a configuration homestudio.

The manual is very simple. 4 copies (english, french, spanish, ....)
for beginners, it is didactic and TRS returns on concepts such as signal symtrique the diffrent impdances etc..
The schmas an example of wiring can s'avrer trs useful for nophyte.


Rather transparent.
The pramplis are quite nice. I love the sound of my bass.
As for the breath that's okay but not a rgal.
With headphones or monitor speakers we hear lgrement if we put everything 0dB. and it becomes critical when you push the faders BEYOND!

For equalization, prsence a low cut is very practical. but the others are useless legalization. First band frequency drives is too broad. On the other hand, they are not musical trs, rather aggressive when they are pushed.

Trsgnant Point: The position -00 does not really exist on the faders, and remains of its rsidus even if the master is at least!!


I use it for more than two weeks to route my keyboards, bass, microphone, pc, to my sound card and diffrent speakers, headphones. and a, and that price is deadly. I do not ask him any more and she does it well!
and +:
the price
the preamps
the possibility to connect (thanks to subgroup)

the -:
the eq,
the light breath
the residue of its minimum.

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

Yamaha MG12/4
Rackable, all inputs (except stro) and outputs of symtriques, 2 Stereo bus with an XLR output, two mono auxiliary buses, 6 pramps of quality!, 3-band non legalization parameter. until 4 in Stereo (two on RCA), headphone output.

solid contruction mtal, may be that the knobs are a bit weak in comparison, but good for the price ...


Ultra simple to use for which dj familiaris with the operation of a mixer

bus may be missing some stro more, but only feature big sisters MG24 and MG32.

the legalization is certainly effective, but too little to be adjustable in a really uses config record. Live, may be useful


Even when it is his strong point, in a manner gnrale, it's pretty clear, however careful the string of gains, or else watch the breath!

Trs good for micro pramplis alone justifying the purchase of the table! even if they do not rivalisaent with the best, they are quite transparent and well Defines. can be a bit harsh discipline or Soft mdium the bottom, which may give an impression of the firm but the chipotte I since I have a Eureka! I happened to catch votes, leaving the Gain knob prampli at least with a AKG C4000B. It is true that the singer possdait a screaming noise to own neighbors.


I e 6 months I am satisfied with trs. Now I use it primarily as a patch, or taken for Stereo.

The PREAMP are again much better than those other tables (Behringer "IMP" for example) or those supplied with some sound cards and can alone justify the purchase of the console.

The report price is quality of the ball, in view of what is said above does.

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

Yamaha MG12/4
Rackmount Console 12 votes (four microphone / line inputs and four line inputs Stereo), 2 send / return auxiliary (pre or post fader), insert 6-channel (48v supply), a bus stro.

More information here ( ).

Connection of any kind (XLR, jack, RCA) ... 3-band EQ (very effective) .. no built-in effects
I was looking for smaller, but for the same price, I was twice as big .. So in fact c + ke cell coat what I wanted ....


Configuration gnrale super simple. You branches, you put in ON, you go up the gain, volume gnral and rulezzzz .... it's thunder.
Trs simple little we know how it works at least one table.

The manual available at Tlcharger trs complete (and provided in 4 languages), with a section on the sound and the basics of mixing for novices .... all the connections is detailed, and many installation example to identify a little bte.

The case looks strong, while mtal, and yet there's no knob or fader that has dcroch (after one week, it would be a shame too ..) .. for color, we like it or not (a will for me, I have a 61 mc Studiotech all blue lol)


My configuration:
PC with USB Audiophile.
The master outputs are connected to the MG on my HIFI (until my little monitors .. sniff) output buses to the Audiophile USB, and outputs a channel audiophile USB to Stereo.
APRs have recorded guitars (directly and through amp / Micro), no hiss or noise apparent (I have not the Mickey Mouse ears) ...
The sound is the sound that comes comes out .... The only slight snag, I do not know if just a table or SM57, but you have to push hard trs gain of (3 / 4 limit) for the light peak begins flashing .... the pramplis are super quality but can be expected to cough up a little more my taste .. but I repeat, may be also the SM57 which must be pushed to sound ...
EQ super efficient, high-pass filter (to cut frquences below 80hz) ...


I have been using less than a week, and for the moment, adchire ...
What I like is the bus that allows me to get out I want the voices of the audiophile, without nose derrire ds console change my instrument.
I tried a little qq MODEL cheap before (phonic and Beringher), and there's no picture .... Above all, avoid phonic plz.
Report quality price I hallucinating trouce (pay 180 euros in a shop in pa .. Submitted with whom I had same issues when qq)
It's not pro gear, but for that price, I think I have only half the competitors in .... and pramps, they turn more.
I am violent in terms of scoring, but since I'm happy, I do not deny it.
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