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Yamaha EMX88S 8-Channel Powered Mixer
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Designed for convenient, easy operation and transport, without compromise of sound quality and performance. Inherits technology from the acclaimed PM...Click To Read More About This Product
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Extended capacity to handle bigger bands.
Designed for convenient, easy operation and transport, without compromise of sound quality and performance. Inherits technology from the acclaimed PM3500 and PM4000 mixing consoles, staples in the professional reinforcement field worldwide. The EMX88S offers the same features as the EMX68S: 3-band EQ on each channel, dual 7-band graphics, 16 digital effects, and 400W per side (800W bridged), with 8 channels instead of 6. Channels 1-6 are mono channels with XLR and TRS inputs. Channels 7 and 8 are stereo with XLR inputs and TRS pairs.
2 mono 400W amplifiers (800W bridged)
3-band channel EQs
Dual 7-band graphic equalizers
16 digital effects programs (delays, reverbs, flange, doubler, distortion, and symphonic)
2 aux sends (monitor and effects)
Phantom power (+15V)
Yamaha speaker processing
XLR and TRS input connectors on channels 1-6, XLR and TRS pairs on 7-8
18-15/16"W x 12"H x 12-7/8"D
It's a compact and easy-to-transport system that kicks butt. Order today.
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Used at indoor and outdoor venues, four piece band the quality and power is never wanting.
Over the years I've tried Carvin, Mackie, Peavy, Kustom, Behringer and the Yamaha has it all over them; no nonsense features, simple learning curve, flexible and ease of setup and no hassle, dependable hard driving PA solution for small traveling bands. Don't waste your money on the others, get something that will last you.
Excellent unit! I own one and it's a perfect PA and DJ unit. Portable enough, yet packed with features and power.
Overall, I love this unit. I am running it through two BR-12 speakers and the sound is crystal clear. One concern I had was that the recording output did not have a level control but after hearing some recordings made straight to a CD burner, I have no worries. The recodings sound great. The only place I think this unit falls short is not having a panel to cover the face for traveling. In order to have that convenience you have to purchase the rack mounting kit...and a rack. It's probably worth it, but two latches and a plastic cover would have saved a lot of money. But for sound and function, this unit has it all.
This Yamaha EMX88s has more than enough power for a small band. The effects are awesome. The only complaint (if you wat to call it that!) is in a small practice room, it could give you some feedback problems. I had a bear of a time getting a crisp, clear sound in our small practice room. But other than that, this is a very good investment if you want a great powered PA mixer.
Easy to transport and set-up. Plenty of inputs and a rediculous amout of outputs that you can use on more amps, a cd burner, monitors, and there are still more outputs! If you have to mic your drums for a show than don't get this unless you are going to use extra amps. Also, can't put any compressors, etc. between mixer and built-in amp. I use this mixer with two yamaha SM115s
This thing is incredibly versitile! You can run just about anything through it. It's "Super-High Z" 1/4in inputs even allow for use of a guitar without a direct box in a pinch (you might be cringing at the thought, but it works!). I run the EMX88S with a pair of 500W speakers and 2 400W wedge monitors. I bought this thing not sure how good it would be, and I'm telling you now that I love it! I reccommend to anyone.