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Yamaha MG8/2FX 8-Input Stereo Mixer with DSP Effects
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The Yamaha MG8/2FX 8-Input Stereo Mixer with DSP Effects has 8 input channels: 2 mono microphone/line inputs and 3 stereo line inputs, 2 of which off...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Yamaha MG8/2FX 8-Input Stereo Mixer with DSP Effects has 8 input channels: 2 mono microphone/line inputs and 3 stereo line inputs, 2 of which offer mono microphone input capability. 4 low-noise, high-precision mic preamps feature switchable phantom power. Mono input channels have insert patch points. 3-band channel EQ and high-pass filters are designed for smooth, musical response. Mono channels also feature switchable high-pass filters. 2 aux sends and stereo aux return. DSP provides a range of reverbs, delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, distortion, and other effects--a total of 16 types--with editable parameters. Optional mic rackmount is available.
- 8 input channels (2 mono microphone/line inputs and 3 stereo line inputs)
- 16 DSP effects (reverbs, delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, distortion, and others)
- A variety of input connectors for flexibility
- 4 precision mic preamps
- Phantom power (switchable)
- Switchable high-pass filters on mono channels
- 3-band channel EQ and HPF
- Insert points on mono channels
- 2 aux sends and stereo aux return
- Comprehensive selection of output connectors
- 12-segment meter for accurate monitoring
- 60mm faders
- Illuminated switches
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I just got this mixer a couple of days ago for an early Christmas present and have been using it for hours of recording already. It's so easy to set this baby up for what you want it to do. I have found that the mic inputs are crystal clear on this mixer and the EQ is really smooth. I really like the digital effect though. They are very natural sounding if you set them up right. However, make sure that you use a good mic though. I have a couple high-end Shure mics that I use with this mixer and the sound quality is just unreal. If you need a small mixer to do recordings with or for small venues, then this mixer would be the best choice in it's price range. This is another great product from Yamaha.
For a first mixer I highly suggest to get this one. It has great affects and a phntom power which works grear. It also records great to.
Purchased this for a small home studio, drum machine, guitar and synth unit. It's great, even has FX on it. They aren't studio quality but do just fine for small projects. All the knobs have a good feel and are not real flimsy and the faders have some resistance. It's a tremendous unit for the price.
Perfect singer/songwriter rig. I got this mixer the day before a gig. I set up 2 mics and a Martin with a thinline, drove a 30W apmp and gigged with it without a problem. ONLY ISSUE: I was expecting the mic stand adapter, but it is an optional item and not on the web page with the mixer. DOH.
If you need to mix a few sources and do not have alot of room, this is one highly recommended mixer. Yamaha quality in a small size with effects. Just add a 15" powered speaker and you have a great and versatile keyboard amp. Using in a home studio. Highly recommended for not alot of money.
I run a songwriter show that features 3 or 4 songwriters in a rotating format and also some solo/duo shows. This mixer is great for the shows I do. The built-in effects work well, not a whole bunch of effects but all I need is a little vocal reverb. This mixer has a effects & monitor levels on each mic channel so I can have reverb on vocals but not acoustic guitar and can tone down the extra sensitive condensor mic (Shure SM81)I use on the guitar from the monitors to minimize feedback. I usually use it with an ART studio reference power amp and the noise level is very low. I also use it with a pair of Fender 1270p powered monitors for a micro-sized PA system.The optional mic stand mount is my favorite feature! You can put the mixer right next to you at the best height and postion to reach over and make an adjustment in the middle of song!