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  • Cut to live!

    Yamaha MGP12XPublished on 11/20/12 at 05:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    But it is rack brackets seem fine!
    XLR combo jacks, RCA is tough, no doubt!

    Logically analog console appearance but convertible to digital.

    4 compressors on the combos.

    it is a 8 voices with 2 groups Aux. and two scenes, connected to two recent tracks.

    That makes 2 Returns + 2 other returns that are applied to the scene!

    Everything is configurable Parametric and non!

    Two effects are added to the batch and 4 Dry / Wet at all!!

    No automation!

    No Synchro apart for Mac drivers!

    UTILIZATION

    Clear for a table anaolo!

    We can no longer clear the Manual!

    SOUNDS

    I must admit very transparent to departures.

    Table but not for live and for recording ...
    here......
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    But it is rack brackets seem fine!
    XLR combo jacks, RCA is tough, no doubt!

    Logically analog console appearance but convertible to digital.

    4 compressors on the combos.

    it is a 8 voices with 2 groups Aux. and two scenes, connected to two recent tracks.

    That makes 2 Returns + 2 other returns that are applied to the scene!

    Everything is configurable Parametric and non!

    Two effects are added to the batch and 4 Dry / Wet at all!!

    No automation!

    No Synchro apart for Mac drivers!

    UTILIZATION

    Clear for a table anaolo!

    We can no longer clear the Manual!

    SOUNDS

    I must admit very transparent to departures.

    Table but not for live and for recording ...
    here very flattering, it's good!

    Yes for EQ, Efficient terriblements so terrible dynamic ;)
    Effects are not light, a little heavy sometimes!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since a few days, here leaves a bit of time.
    Probably already tested more than a dozen models, see!
    the EQ is doing well!
    With the experience I ever do it again this choice unless a technician is in trouble ...!

    Money is very honest about!!
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  • Yamaha MGP12XPublished on 04/17/12 at 06:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Is rack?

    Yes everything is provided and explained in the manual.

    What is the type of connection (RCA Jack, XLR ...)?

    it is quite comprehensive RCA Jack (balanced and unbalanced), XLR + USB for iphone, iphone etc. ...


    How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?
    - 6 mic inputs with 48V phantom power and high-pass filter independent
    - 12 line inputs (4 mono and 4 stereo)
    - Entry 2TR accepting additional analog output devices like MP3 players
    - 2 + 2 aux sends mailings FX

    An effects section is integrated? For digital consoles ...:
    yes
    • 4/8 One-Knob Compressor II
    • High-pass filters 100Hz 12dB/oct. and power supply. 48V / channel
    • EQ (Mono) 8kHz,......
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    Is rack?

    Yes everything is provided and explained in the manual.

    What is the type of connection (RCA Jack, XLR ...)?

    it is quite comprehensive RCA Jack (balanced and unbalanced), XLR + USB for iphone, iphone etc. ...


    How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?
    - 6 mic inputs with 48V phantom power and high-pass filter independent
    - 12 line inputs (4 mono and 4 stereo)
    - Entry 2TR accepting additional analog output devices like MP3 players
    - 2 + 2 aux sends mailings FX

    An effects section is integrated? For digital consoles ...:
    yes
    • 4/8 One-Knob Compressor II
    • High-pass filters 100Hz 12dB/oct. and power supply. 48V / channel
    • EQ (Mono) 8kHz, 250Hz/5kHz, to 125Hz ± 15dB max.
    • EQ (stereo) 8kHz, 2.5kHz, 125Hz ± 15dB at max.
    • SPX multi-effects with tap delay
    • Rev-X Reverb

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is simple?
    The manual is clear and sufficient?

    yes, the manual is clear with diagrams if necessary.

    Common functions are they easily accessible?
    rather yes, once you understand the eq, comp, fx is very clear

    SOUNDS

    The A / D converters and D / A are transparent?
    yes I find it quite neutral listening


    Effects and filters are effective?

    overall yes I have a preference for compression when the eq is quick I did not need correcting
    The dynamics are respected? ...
    yes

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long you use it?
    1 week

    Did you tried many other models before buying it?

    not

    What is so special that you love the most, least?

    + Ease of adaptation
    + Simplicity of the manual
    + Compression
    + Routing incredible

    EQ-not bad but I've seen better

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    quite acceptable in view of the integrated effects and finishing equipment.
    equipment was provided for the Racker ;)


    With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    there's great opportunity there, this is my first MIXER HYBRID ANALOG / DIGITAL therefore my opinion is relative but nevertheless the quality is at the rendezvous.
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