FROM THE PREAMPS, EQ AND EFFECTS TO THE HYBRID CHANNEL FUNCTIONS AND IPOD/IPHONE CONNECTIVITY—EVERY ASPECT, EVERY FEATURE, EVERY SOUND, ESTABLISHES THE MGP AS A PREMIUM MIXING CONSOLE IN A CLASS OF ITS OWN.
Yamaha has provided an impressive range of lineups in professional audio since the release of the PM200 in 1972 - our first ever professional analog mixing console. In 1987, we also released our first digital mixer, the DMP7, and have subsequently advanced technological innovations in sound quality, reliability and advanced functionalities with cutting-edge digital technologies.
Drawing from our decades of experience crafting innovative, premium analog gear, we originally developed our new discrete Class-A microphone preamps for professional use in our high-end recording equipment. Utilizing an inverted Darlington circuit design, our newly-refined D-PRE mic preamps deliver a fat, rich, smooth tone that gives the MGP Series a significant advantage over any other mixer in its class. With Yamaha's proprietary X-pressive EQ we've managed to capture ultimate analog authenticity by unlocking the mysterious secret behind the expressive sound shaping capabilities of sought-after classic EQ modules.
At the heart of the MGP's compact configuration, we've taken an innovative new approach to the utilization of digital technology in an analog mixer; adding high-resolution effects, iPod/iPhone integration and the superb functionality of our new Stereo Hybrid Channel to the warmth and musicality of premium analog sound. The MGP Series represents the ultimate balance of the converging technologies that are the heart and soul of Yamaha's extraordinary achievements in professional audio.
Not just for live bands and DJ's, the MG Series mixing consoles can easily adapt to a truly impressive range of applications from portable PA to fixed installation. Now with the newly added digital functions and superior sound of the MGP, the possibilities are endless.
|Custom Stock Status||ACCEPTING BACKORDERS|
|Mixing capability||Mixing channels||16 Line Inputs (8 mono and 4 stereo)|
|GROUP||4 GROUP Buses + ST Bus|
|AUX||2 AUX Sends + 2 FX Sends|
|Input channel functions||Compressor CH1-8,HPF(100Hz 12dB/oct), CH EQ(MONO) ±15dB(Max.):High 8kHz shelving/ Mid 250Hz-5kHz peaking(CH1-8,13-16)/ Low 125Hz shelving, CH EQ(STEREO) ±15dB(Max.):High 8kHz shelving/ Mid 2.5kHz peaking(CH9-12)/ Low 125Hz shelving|
|On-board processors||FX1:REV-X(8 PROGRAM, PARAMETER control), FX2:SPX (16 PROGRAM, PARAMETER control)|
|I/O||Mic inputs||MIC: 10|
|Phantom power||48V phantom power per channel|
|Line inputs||LINE: 8mono+4stereo, CH INSERT: 8, RETURN: 1stereo, 2TR IN: 1 stereo|
|Digital I/O||USB Audio USB IN/OUT: iPod, iPhone exclusive|
|Total harmonic distortion||0.02% (20Hz-20kHz@ +14dBu)|
|Frequency response||+0.5/-1.0dB 20Hz - 20kHz, refer to the nominal output level @1kHz|
|Hum & noise level||Equivalent input noise||-128 dBu (20Hz–20 kHz, Rs=150Ω, Input Gain = Maximum)|
|Residual output noise||-102 dBu (20Hz–20 kHz, Rs=150Ω, Input Gain = Maximum)|
|Crosstalk||-74dB @ 1kHz|
|Power requirements||100-240V 50Hz/60Hz|
|Power consumption||55W max|