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Yamaha Studio & Home Studio user reviews

  • Yamaha MSP5 STUDIO

    Yamaha MSP5 STUDIO - "Very flat"


    Yamaha’s MSP5’s where a pair of monitors that I was using for a while as reference monitors. They are active monitors with a 5 inch woofer and 1 inch tweeter. These monitors are very flat, compared to a lot of other monitors that I have used in the …

  • Yamaha 02R

    Yamaha 02R - "complex but easy to work with"


    The Yamaha O2R is a digital recording console that comes in two different versions, version 1 and version 2. I am not 100 percent sure about version 1 but version 2 comes loaded with some top notch features right out of the box. The O2R has touch fa…

  • Yamaha MG166CX

    Yamaha MG166CX - "16 channels and great EQ"


    This 16 channel analog mixer has been around for a while now, you can use it as a analog mixer or connect it to your computer via USB cable. One thing to keep in mind is that there are two versions of this mixer. There is a USB model and one that doe…

  • Yamaha MG206C

    Yamaha MG206C - "Great EQ"


    The MG206C is a 20 channel mixer that is great for live use, it will give you an amazing amount of control over your live session. This mixer looks big but when you get your hands on it, it is not that big at all and most of all it is really light. Y…

  • Yamaha MG102C

    Yamaha MG102C - "Affordable solution for analog systems"


    The Yamaha MG102c is one of the most affordable analog mixers that you can get today. It has a 3 band EQ on channels 1-2 and a 2 band EQ on channels 7, 9 and 9/10. There is one auxiliary send but it has no busses. This mixer is small and compact, it …

  • Yamaha MG166CX-USB

    Yamaha MG166CX-USB - "Very good console"


    It is rackable and takes 12 U. UTILIZATION Very easy to use. Very comprehensive and precise manual. SOUNDS Very good console with built-in soundcard to record one stereo or two mono tracks with Cubase AL5. OVERALL OPINION I've been using it …

  • Yamaha MG82CX

    Yamaha MG82CX - "well made"


    If you are in search of an affordable mixer then the Yamaha MG82cx will suit you fine. It has 8 channels all in stereo and phantom powered mic inputs for your condensers. With built in SPX effects and the channels also have built in compression and E…

  • Yamaha n8

    Yamaha n8 - "It is for all occasions and set ups"


    Yamaha’s n8 is an 8 channel digital mixer that connects to your computer with FireWire cable. This mixer is very well built and it is also very affordable. The EQ is very good and it has solo level control plus dimmer and mute switches on this unit.…

  • Yamaha n12

    Yamaha n12 - "for Cubase users"


    You will get nothing but low-latency performance with the Yamaha N 12. I have been using this unit for the last year, we have it hear in one of the studio’s on campus. It was used with a Windows 7 system running 64bit. There where no issues with it a…

  • Yamaha HS50M

    Yamaha HS50M - "An honest performer in its class"


    When I was in need of a small footprint monitor system for my home studio I needed to blend my space restrictions with a solution that would provide a decent real world transition. After much research, I decided upon the Yamaha HS50M monitors. …