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Yamaha MW8cx
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Yamaha MW8cx

FireWire/USB/mLan Mixer from Yamaha belonging to the MW series.

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ahriman06 ahriman06
Publié le 12/21/09 à 06:54
Value For Money : Excellent
Size / weight:
Width: 256.6mm, height: 62.2mm, length: 302.5mm
Weight: 1.7kg

CH EQ
High = 10 kHz shelving (CH 1-2, CH 3/4-5/6)
Mid = 2.5 kHz peaking (CH 1-2, CH 3/4-5/6)
Low = 100 Hz shelving (CH 1-2, CH 3/4-5/6)
High = 100 Hz shelving (CH 1-2, CH 3/4-5/6)
Low = 100 Hz shelving (CH 7 / 8, CH 9 / 10 **) +15,-15dB maximum.
Turn over / roll-off frequency of shelving: 3dB blow maximum variable level.
HPF CH 1-2 and CH 3/4-5/6, 80Hz, 12dB/oct
Frequency Sampling Rate 44.1, 48 kHz

Frquences
ST OUT, REC OUT, AUX (EFFECT *) SEND, MONITOR OUT = -3.0, 0, 1.0 dB,
GAIN: min (CH 1-2, CH 3/4-5/6) 20Hz-20kHz, Refer To The nominal output level @ 1kHz

Total Harmonic Distortion
ST OUT = Less Than 0.1%, +14 dBu, 20Hz-20kHz, Input Gain Control at minimum

Cross Talk
-70 DB, STEREO L / R, CH 1-2, PAN panned Hard left or right.

Connectivity
Headphones PHONES (stereo phone type)
Foot Switch Footswitch
CH INPUT MIC microphone 1.2 (XLR-3-31 type), 3-4,5-6 ST CH MIC INPUT (XLR-3-31 type)
AUX CH INSERT IN (TRS phone type), RETURN, R (Phone type)
EFFECT TO SEND OUT (TRS phone type)
REC OUT LINE OUT (RCA pin type), STEREO OUT L, R (TRS phone type)
MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT L, R (TRS phone type)
USB TO HOST Yes
CH INPUT LINE Others 1.2 (TRS phone type), ST CH LINE INPUT 3 / 4, 5 / 6 (Phone type), ST CH INPUT 7 / 8 (Phone type / RCA pin type), 2TR IN ( RCA pin type)
USB STEREO OUT

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UTILIZATION

Very basic, this table is straight to the point and you do not need to know much to use it.
The usual functions are all easily accessible.

SOUNDS

A Lger breath is introduced. It is not dramatic but if you want to do a good recording even when it is problematics. The sound is fairly clean but this table is not DEFINITIONS bte of competitions which this level. However compared to the cot all the same it is correct!

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 2 years since I use it. I t trsdu to beginners because j'esprais be able to spare on each channel USB. Now the USB output is stereo, you can save the best 2 entries at the same time playing on the NAP right / left.
She followed me in many concerts and has avre trsrsistante.
The effects are few, but correct, however, somewhat limits.
I have not had the opportunity to use many other tables for now, but it seems to me a very good report qualitprix. It is above the low end, but introduces all the same breath a little and has limited possibilities in relation to the most luxurious tables. It is ideal for a small group with one or two singers, who do not need to be included in the sound, and wishing each instrument occasionally save a small demo.
Caution, however, taking the battery s'avre difficult since there are really only 2 tracks sent via USB.
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