Yamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black

Yamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black

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Yamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black

Yamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Mixer functions well, as generally reported in other reviews here.Two major problems:(a) the USB output is very low. ( I am using Audacity, and Reaper as my DAW's). I have reported this issue to Yamaha support, who suggested that was a cable issue connecting my devices, (my second laptop, Yamaha piano, and type of mikes (Condenser vs Dynamic...) Cable and connector types: TRS vs RCA etc...are fine. Also the LED output level indicators can barely show signal levels from any of the devices mentioned above. I was willing to cope with that situation.(b) Significant issue is that after about an hour of use, the back plane (rear side along the XLR connectors all the way by the USB connector to the power connector) gets hot I mean REALLY HOT to the touch, to the point where one can smell the heat rising from that area, almost as hot as an iron.I think this is even a more urgent situation, given that I only have a simple set up of 2 devices usually connected to the mixer (my piano, and my the laptop) then the USB going to to my main workstation for some occasional recording and mixing sessions.So, I am planning to return it under the advisement of a Yamaha tech (Dale) I talked to today.I have noticed that everyone who owns the MG10XU has come away with a different set of experience, some satisfied, elated, and others disappointed one way or the other, I tend to believe there may be an inconsistent production quality issue with this device in addition to some underlying as-is design problems.So I am not sure exactly how to rate this device except to say there is something wrong with this one. And this, after about 1 week of use.Should anyone have similar experience feel free to comment. Thanks,limited time trial price,excellence,columbus mallYamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black
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  • 10-Channel standalone mixer (no USB or effects)
  • Featuring studio-grade discrete class-A D-PRE preamps with inverted Darlington circuit - providing fat, natural sounding bass and smooth, soaring highs
  • 3-band EQ and high-pass filters give you maximum control and eliminate unwanted noise, resulting in a cleaner mix
  • 1-Knob compressors allow easy control - resulting in livelier guitars, punchier bass lines, a tighter snare and a cleaner vocal sound.
  • MG Series mixers feature a rugged, impact-resistant, powder-coated metal chassis.+48V phantom power
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Size:10-input  |  style:Standard Mixer

Yamaha has always strived to provide sound engineers with the purest possible signal instead of added processing or color to give it a "signature" sound, and the MG Series is no exception. Embracing this philosophy of transparent sound, these mixing consoles deliver a level of sonic purity and sound quality that is unmatched in their class. This is where it all starts. Everything you do as a sound engineer is dependent on the quality of your preamps, which determines the direction your mix will take, and ultimately how good it is going to sound. MG Series mixing consoles feature Yamaha's studio-grade discrete class-A D-PRE preamps, which utilize an inverted Darlington circuit comprising two cascading transistors in a configuration that provides more power with lower impedance. Delivering fat, natural sounding bass and smooth, soaring highs, with very low distortion, D-PRE preamps possess an impressively wide frequency range that allow them to handle signal from any audio source without overly amplifying any specific elements of the sound. Having such a pure sonic platform to build on will ultimately save you time and effort by eliminating the need for excessive EQing or additional effects processing in order to "fix" your mix.


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Yamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black

Yamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Mixer functions well, as generally reported in other reviews here.Two major problems:(a) the USB output is very low. ( I am using Audacity, and Reaper as my DAW's). I have reported this issue to Yamaha support, who suggested that was a cable issue connecting my devices, (my second laptop, Yamaha piano, and type of mikes (Condenser vs Dynamic...) Cable and connector types: TRS vs RCA etc...are fine. Also the LED output level indicators can barely show signal levels from any of the devices mentioned above. I was willing to cope with that situation.(b) Significant issue is that after about an hour of use, the back plane (rear side along the XLR connectors all the way by the USB connector to the power connector) gets hot I mean REALLY HOT to the touch, to the point where one can smell the heat rising from that area, almost as hot as an iron.I think this is even a more urgent situation, given that I only have a simple set up of 2 devices usually connected to the mixer (my piano, and my the laptop) then the USB going to to my main workstation for some occasional recording and mixing sessions.So, I am planning to return it under the advisement of a Yamaha tech (Dale) I talked to today.I have noticed that everyone who owns the MG10XU has come away with a different set of experience, some satisfied, elated, and others disappointed one way or the other, I tend to believe there may be an inconsistent production quality issue with this device in addition to some underlying as-is design problems.So I am not sure exactly how to rate this device except to say there is something wrong with this one. And this, after about 1 week of use.Should anyone have similar experience feel free to comment. Thanks,limited time trial price,excellence,columbus mallYamaha MG10 10-Input Stereo Mixer , Black