The Yamaha MG10/2 Stereo Mixer is the way to go if you simply need to mix a few sources to stereo but you insist on the finest audio quality available. It's compact and convenient to use, but won't co... Click To Read More About This Product
The Yamaha MG10/2 Stereo Mixer is the way to go if you simply need to mix a few sources to stereo but you insist on the finest audio quality available. It's compact and convenient to use, but won't compromise your signal in any way. With an optional adapter, the MG10/2 can even be mounted on a microphone stand for totally flexible positioning and easy access. For demo and music production in your personal studio, for band rehearsal, small sound reinforcement applications, or as a super utility mixer for any application, you can't lose with the MG10/2.
10 input channels
The MG10/2 features a total of 10 input channels: 2 mono microphone/line inputs and 4 stereo line inputs, 2 of which offer mono microphone input capability.
4 low-noise, high-precision mic preamps
The microphone preamps provided on the 2 mono channels and 2 of the 4 stereo channels would be worth the price of the entire mixer if packaged separately. These are high-performance head amplifiers that will bring out the best in any dynamic or condenser microphone.
So you can take advantage of the superior sonic quality of professional-class studio condenser microphones, all 4 of the MG10/2's high-performance mic preamps feature switchable phantom power. A single switch turns phantom power on or off for all 4 channels.
Mono input channels feature insert I/O patch points so you can add compressors, EQ, or other extra signal processing to the channels as required.
3-band channel EQ and HPF
Designed for smooth, musical response, the 3-band equalizers provided on all input channels are one more sonic tool you can use to create clean, professional mixes. All mono microphone input channels also feature a switchable high-pass filter that can be used to cut out unwanted low-frequency noise.
2 aux sends and stereo aux return
The MG10/2 is also fully equipped to handle external effects and monitor systems. Use the post-fader auxiliary sends in conjunction with the stereo auxiliary returns to add reverb, delay, or other external effects to the mix, and use the pre-fader sends to feed a separate mix to your monitor system.
Optional mic stand mount
What could be more convenient than having your mixer mounted on a microphone stand for freedom of placement and easy access? With the optional BMS-10A Mic Stand Adapter, you can do just that and have your sonic control center within easy reach all the time.
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Our band needed a cheap mixer for rehearsals, and decided upon the Yamaha MG10/2. There is nothing that can compare to this mixer for the price, and it is very easy to get used to. I have never operated a PA system before and found this unit easy to set up while still having all the features we could need. This mixer is also very lightweight and portable, and a kit is available to mount it on a mic stand for easy on-stage operation if you don?t have a soundman. For a small band setting, nothing can beat this mixer in terms of price and simplicity.
GREAT QUALITY! I wish there were a few more send and returns or an ALT 3-4, but overall you can't beat this for the price. I use it for small stuff and I have a bigger mixer that I can use for the big stuff. I don't like the knobs, and prefer faders, but other than that this thing does what its meant to do.
I needed a mixer to work with my mics, but i didn't want to spend alot of money on something I knew virtually Nothing about. I was blown away, now i am much more educated in the live sound department, and Ive come to realize what a deal this thing really is. It has a 3 band equilizer for each of the tracks, as well as pan, peak, and volume. If you need an affordable small mixer, this is the best of the best.
The MG10/2 mixer was a replacment for my ub802 mixer.It is a GREAT mixer for small studios and the price couldn't be any better. I can solo my vocals into my sound card using i/o. The MG10/2 can pump a punch to my rockit 5's with the 3 band EQ. I highly recommend this.
I do a 4 hour entertainment/car show every first Sunday of each month so I need equipment that won't fail or mess up during the show. I have to use equipment that is portable and very easy to work with. I connect 4 wireless mics, 2 wired mics, an American Audio DCPro 310 (a dual CD player), two Mackie SRM 350's and more to this little puppy and it does the job with no problems. The results and ease of use for the settings during the show are perfectly aligned with each move. People always comment on this MG10/2 Stereo Mixer. The results are excellent.
This mixer is a great thing to have. I use it for my band and it almost does the job. The only thing is that you can only have either four mics hooked up or four guitars or a mixture. The other two inputs are only mono, unless you get the right connectors. I suggest getting the connectors when you get this. I enjoy this mixer quite a bit for recording and oter stuff. BUY THIS OVER ANY BERINGER!!!