There are only two inputs with phantom power!! Too little! "Mr. Pitiful Yamaha!!
Using relatively simple and intuitive, more user manuals are very well thought out ...
Automation is a little difficult to implement
The sound is very precise, it is digital, so a little cold, but very precise. Contrary to what some believe, the markers are "effective" (if the job was to take ... well done) and allow to blend sounds, despite a certain indolence quite "yamahesque" .... The dynamics are good although the preamps are a little weaklings ... The effects are clear, the reverbs sound Yamaha, we like it or not (personally I prefer Lexicon ...) the dynamic treatments are effective, we can really do a very good job with this station.
A buying opportunity for smart people who want to learn to produce their (heads of) works at very low price today.
I used it a few months, and I was generally satisfied. The addition of one or several good preamp is still necessary to bring more heat ... I think from a perspective value for money, now it is better to turn to the D32X Korg, which features 32 tracks, and an analog-digital package very interresting, at least on paper ... But who has a small budget, good ears, and a minimum of expertise, it is a very good deal because it is used by around 800 Euros ... I carried out with three albums that were in their time, with some success ...