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Yamaha's MG10XUF mixer offers 10 channels of premium analog sound in a rugged yet compact frame. The MG10XUF fuses Yamaha's acclaimed sound engineering with an intuitive interface suited for everyone from aspiring artists to seasoned professionals. Four mono mic/line inputs and three stereo line inputs feed Yamaha's studio-grade D-PRE preamps and a versatile onboard SPX processor with 24 editable effects. A built-in USB 2.0 interface provides lossless 24-bit/192kHz audio for recording and playback on computers and tablets.

D-PRE Preamps Deliver Pristine, Natural Sound

Yamaha's discrete Class-A D-PRE preamps are renowned for their wide, transparent frequency response and ample headroom. The MG10XUF's four D-PRE preamps faithfully capture the full character of any input source with rich bass, smooth mids and airy highs. Their premium components and inverted Darlington circuit topology ensure ultra-low noise and distortion even at high gain levels.

Onboard SPX Processor Provides Professional Effects

Yamaha's SPX processor gives you 24 editable effects like reverb, delay, modulation and more at the turn of a single knob. Tweak parameters on the fly or store favorite presets for instant recall. Add dimension and polish to vocals, instruments or full mixes with professional-grade SPX processing that's made mixing more musical for decades.

USB Interface Enables Lossless Computer Connectivity

A built-in USB audio interface makes the MG10XUF a perfect companion for modern recording and playback. Connect to Mac, Windows or iOS devices to capture pristine 24-bit/192kHz audio or play back digital content with studio-level quality. USB Audio Class 2.0 support allows direct connectivity to USB 2.0-compatible tablets and other gear without installing any drivers.

Roadworthy Design Built to Withstand Real-World Use

Although compact and portable, the MG10XUF is built to meet the demands of live sound, recording and installed applications. Its rugged steel chassis and protected controls shield internal components from damage. Large faders, tactile knobs and LED-lit switches provide intuitive control under any lighting conditions. With the MG10XUF, Yamaha brings their signature sound and reliability to a whole new level of affordability and portability.

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  • 10-channel mixing console with rugged metal chassis
  • Class-A D-Pre mic preamps with inverted Darlington circuit 
  • Includes Cubase AI DAW software download version
  • High-grade SPX effects
  • Linear faders and single-knob compression

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Format
  • Analog/digital: Analog
  • Number of channels: 10
  • Busses/groups: 1 stereo
  • Aux sends: 1
  • Powered: No
Inputs
  • Total inputs: 10
  • Mic preamps: 4
  • XLR/TRS combo jacks: 4
  • XLR only jacks: 0
  • 1/4" only jacks: 0
  • S/PDIF in: 0
  • ADAT/optical in: 0
  • RCA in: 0
  • AES/EBU: 0
Outputs
  • Total outputs: 5
  • XLR out: 1 stereo
  • 1/4” out: 2 stereo/1 send/1 phones
  • S/PDIF out: 0
  • ADAT/optical out: 0
  • RCA out: 0
  • AES/EBU: 0
Other Connectivity
  • Connections: USB
  • MIDI I/O: No
  • Headphone output(s): 1
  • Wi-Fi No
  • Word-clock I/O: No
  • I/O expansion: Not specified
Onboard effects
  • Compression: Yes
  • Reverb: Yes
  • Delay: Yes
  • Chorus/flange: Not specified
Equalization
  • Type: Physical
  • EQ bands: 3
  • Master graphic: No
Other
  • Width: 12.1"
  • Height: 4.6"
  • Depth: 16.6"
  • Weight: 9.3 lb.
  • Automation: No
  • Fader type: Physical
  • Motorized faders: No
  • Bundled software: Yes
  • Rackmountable: No

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