12 input channels
The Yamaha MG12/4 12-Input 4 Bus Mixer gives you 4 mono microphone/line inputs and four stereo line inputs, 2 of which offer mono microphone input capabili... Click To Read More About This Product
12 input channels
The Yamaha MG12/4 12-Input 4 Bus Mixer gives you 4 mono microphone/line inputs and four stereo line inputs, 2 of which offer mono microphone input capability, for a total of 6 XLR mic inputs.
Six low-noise, high-precision mic preamps
Six high-performance head amplifiers that will bring out the best in any dynamic or condenser microphone.
All six of the MG12/4's high-performance mic preamps feature switchable phantom power for studio condenser microphones. A single switch turns phantom power on or off for all six channels.
All mono input channels feature insert I/O patch points so you can add extra signal processing to the channels as required.
4 buses (stereo and group)
In addition to the main stereo bus, the MG12/4 features a stereo group bus and outputs that can be used for convenient channel grouping.
3-band Channel EQ and HPF
Smooth, musical-response 3-band equalizers on all input channels. All mono microphone input channels also feature a switchable high-pass filter that can be used to cut out unwanted low-frequency noise.
Two aux sends and stereo aux return
Two auxiliary sends on each channel”one post-fader and one switchable for pre- or post-fader operation”provide plenty of flexibility for external signal processing and monitoring. A stereo auxiliary return is also provided.
Illuminated ON (ST buss assign), PFL (pre-fader listen), and phantom-power switches provide easy visual confirmation of critical console settings.
Rackmount adapters included
Use your MG mixer on a desktop or mounted in a rack--rackmount adapters are provided.
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I bought this Yamaha not long ago, and the item is very well suite for it's price at least, good number of inputs, more than enough for your average home recorder, unless you have lots of things running at time. I have had no problems with this product, but I do have to say that the eq is quite limited in what it can do and the supposely "low-noise" mic channels, were not so low-noise as I expected them to be, the signal is clear enough but not completely optimun performance that you would use for to place on a Cd. However overall I would recomend this mixer if your a home recorder with a budged, if you are all technical and do this for a living, save up some more and get a better product.