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Whether youre only mixing one microphone with a stereo source for the web, or multiple microphones and line sources for a live show, you want the highest performance, flexibility, and reliability available. Yamahas MG-series mixers cover a wide range of applications from solo home recording to complex live sound with no compromises in sonic quality, processing versatility, or dependability. These new additions to the MG line-up feature the same compact, lightweight design as the preceding models, and incorporate the latest generation of specially-selected components for further refined performance and audio precision. They also now feature Yamahas innovative one-knob compressor for built-in dynamics control that further eliminates the need for external equipment and potentially troublesome connections. If you need a convenient analog mixer that can handle from 8 and 12 input sources and deliver pro-level sound, plus top-quality SPX effects in the "CX" models, youre looking in the right place.
Many real-world mixing applications only involve a few channels, so a small mixer is the obvious choice. But no matter how simple the setup, youll always want first-rate audio quality and processing capability. The MG82CX and MG102C are the ideal choice for live sound applications, offering sonic quality that will satisfy the most critical listener, surprising flexibility and ease-of-use, and some advanced features you normally wouldnt find in this type of compact mixer. So whether you need a compact main mixer, or a secondary utility mixer for a larger application, dont overlook these performance-packed models.
The MG82CX has a total of 8 input channels comprised of two mono microphone/line channels and three stereo line channels. The MG102C has an addition stereo channel for a total of 10 input channels. On both models two of the stereo channel can be used as mono microphone inputs, providing a total of four microphone inputs when necessary. Gain trim covers a wide -60dB ~ -16dB range for microphone input, and -34dB ~ +10dB for line input.
MG mixer connector panelTop-mounted input and output connectors make setting up and re-patching your system quick and easy. Both models feature high-quality Neutrik? balanced XLR connectors on both mono microphone/line channels and two of the stereo channels. The XLR-equipped stereo channels can accept mono microphone input either via the XLR or phone jack connectors. The remaining stereo channel on the MG82CX and the remaining two stereo channels on the MG102C provide phone jack and pin jack connectors for compatibility with a wide range of sources. The two mono input channels also feature insert I/O connectors that let you patch external signal processing gear into those channels as required. Separate pin-jack 2TR inputs are provided to accept the output from a CD player or similar stereo source.
Microphone preamplifiers are critical in any mixer, and a performance bottleneck in many. Thats why pros often spend thousands of dollars on just a single channel of microphone pre-amplification. The microphone preamps built into the MG mixers in