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Yamaha MGP24X

Analog Mixer from Yamaha .

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" We'll see over time"

Yamaha MGP24XPublished on 03/26/14 at 04:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Is rack?

Not

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

Entries slice 1/16 pre amp and XLR jack, insert connection on each tranche mono. 17 to 24 are the stereo channels to receive or line level RCA jack. All starting with (6 zapping internal effects) are XLR master output XLR or jack (bal), monitor output jack (bal), a mono output (to power a sub for example) output stereo matrix that shows what happens to master but we can control the output volume and the left right balance independently. A talkback input talkback.
Unfortunately the new version has lost its insert groups.

UTILIZATION

The console is very simple to use, no need to notice that I did not even......
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Is rack?

Not

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

Entries slice 1/16 pre amp and XLR jack, insert connection on each tranche mono. 17 to 24 are the stereo channels to receive or line level RCA jack. All starting with (6 zapping internal effects) are XLR master output XLR or jack (bal), monitor output jack (bal), a mono output (to power a sub for example) output stereo matrix that shows what happens to master but we can control the output volume and the left right balance independently. A talkback input talkback.
Unfortunately the new version has lost its insert groups.

UTILIZATION

The console is very simple to use, no need to notice that I did not even open.
Everything is quickly detectable activation of LEDs help track well.

SOUNDS

It sounds aggressive asses but suddenly very dynnamique.
I like the choice frequencies of the equa:
8k + / - 15 db
Semi-parametric 250 5k + / - 15 db
125 + / - 15 db
and I do not find it very fine but it may be a habit, I preferred the old version of the equa I practiced ten years. The signal to noise ratio is quite correct even pushing the pre amp.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two months, she replaces his elder version which held ten years in rather harsh conditions and malgrés its position range (average less) was very effective for a small concert halls stirred poorly ventilated; )
The news:
Two usb plug:
I have mixed feelings, it is convenient to record a witness but when you know the recording console output ... blah, it will have been wise to be able to use the output for this record. The other USB socket for connecting and controlling via iTruc tablet as the effects on the computer. At first it was nice but when we discover that the storage of an effect only backs its program number and not its settings we understand that it is a gimmick. The practice is to use a usb Clée to play audio files.
Effects:
The old version sailed two spx 90 minimized in their manipulation, and I've always liked the cheap spx. Here there is a spx? and REV-X as possible adjustment, but I still have not found my bearings, maybe with time. What is certain is that this is not the Lexicon.
Possible routing of an effect to the other boring, only it is for all bands.
Compressor:
In the wafer 9 to 16 there is a compreseur with a single dosage by a knob. It's not bad if you have no other more delicate compressor available.
There is a compressor on the master too, I can not say I do not use it. BTW I do not use either the master equa either that I find very rude.

A very positive thing are the ghost alim per slice.
For now I am skeptical about the evolution of this console that I like in its generality, I see with temp if this little console is 1000 euros.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: MGP24X
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 04/12/2013

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