Yamaha MG12/4
Yamaha MG12/4

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

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Mister H-Pi 01/30/2004

Yamaha MG12/4 : Mister H-Pi's user review


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Audience: Beginners
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.