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Yamaha MG10

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10 Channel Mixer

  • 4 Microphone inputs (XLR/jack) with + 48V phantom power
  • 3-Band EQ on the microphone channels
  • High-pass filter and 26 dB pad switch
  • 3 Stereo inputs (jack)
  • 2-Band EQ for the stereo channels
  • XLR output
  • 1 AUX send on all the channels
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 244 x 71 x 294 mm
  • Weight: 1.9 kg
  • Suitable case available under Artilce Nr 353022 (not included)
  • Suitable bag available under Article Nr 481200 (not included)
Parallel usable Channels 7
Mic Ins 4
Stereo Ins 3
Master Out XLR
Number of Pre Aux max. 0
PC Interface No
Multitrack Recording No
USB/SD Direkt Record No
PFL No
Effect Processor 0
USB Play No
Bluetooth Play No
Foot Switch No
Matrix Mixer No
Zones 0
19" Rackmount No
available since February 2014
Item number 333785
Width 244 mm
Depth 294 mm
altezza 71 mm
Weight 1,9 kg
Mono Line Ins 5
Hi-Z Input 0
Phantom Power 48V
Aux Ways 1
Interface Input 0
Interface Output 0
Low Cut 1
Compressor 1
Panorama 1
Lamp Connector No
Rackmount No
110V Power Supply No
Thomann Case 353022
Thon Case On demand
Gigbag 248105
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Excellent mixer packs a giant punch
Seamus D. 16.06.2014
This is a ten channel mixing console which I purchased to replace the mg166c.
The latter was just too big to be transported from gig to gig.
I found that this mixer had plenty of connections and features to replace the 166.
Has xlr outputs as well as stereo out.
The sound is rich and clear and is comparable to the high end Yamaha models.
I am a dj but often have people plugging in other instruments guitars etc, this little baby more than coped with everything that was plugged into it.
To sum up this is really good value for money . I would also recommend buying the custom made Thomann case to safely transport it from venue to venue
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Good, as expected!
WanouMars 16.06.2020
All features are here, easy installation. Contemplating baying a backplate for mic stand mount and save a bit of desk space :)
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Yamaha mixer.
Peter R. 438 16.09.2014
This is the first ever Yamaha musical item I ever owned.

I use a pair of very good passive speakers (sometimes 4 speakers if its a big gig), with my old, but good & trusty 25 year old, 1000 watt power amp.

I tried "many" of these separate mixing desks, they are vulnerable to rain, beer spills and dropping, etc, don't seem to last beyond a year, so I gave up paying big money for them.

My last mixing desk cost almost ?1000, but in sound, quality and features, this Yamaha MG10 is right up there.

2 channels 1 & 2 have variable compression which helps with my harmonica/voice mic. I never had this before and its great. I never use effects at all, so this works great (got no effects).

?150 compared to ?1000, is fantastic. I should'a got more then I'm ready for the next beer spill.
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Perfect mixer for small and starter bands
Anonymous 12.03.2016
I've been mainly using the desk for my new trio - guitar, bass, cajon + vocal. The desk really does its work. I recommend this desk for smaller bands or different instrumental or vocal groups (rehearsal and also gigs). The mixing desk is really easy to get used to. Its features are limited but for the price you pay you really get a good mixer. I warmly recommend it for anyone who is starting a new band and its limited on his budget.
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