Overview

The AG03 from Yamaha is a compact 3-input mixer and USB interface with built-in DSP for sound-reinforcement and recording of small performances, podcasts, lectures and similar applications. Capable of recording and playback of high-resolution 24-bit/192 kHz sound, this mixer features one XLR/1/4" combo mic/line input, as well as stereo 1/4" line inputs with level control, and a Hi-Z switch for direct recording of guitar and bass. The mixer is compatible with Windows, Mac and iPad.

The XLR/1/4" combo mic/line input is equipped with a D-PRE mic preamp that was originally designed by Yamaha for use in their high-end recording gear. This channel features switchable 48V phantom power for use with dynamic and condenser microphones, and also features a pad switch for recording loud sound sources such as guitar amplifiers.

The AG03 mixer has stereo 1/4" and stereo RCA outs for connecting to your PA system or monitor speakers. It also has a 1/4" headphone output with level control for personal monitoring, as well as an 1/8" aux input for monitoring portable devices and headset connectivity.

Features

  • 1x Mic/Line Combo Input
  • Stereo 1/4" Line Inputs
  • Record and Playback up to 24-Bit/192 kHz
  • Built-In DSP
  • 1x "D-PRE" Mic Preamp
  • 48V Phantom Power
  • Hi-Z Switch for Recording Direct Guitar
  • 1/4" & RCA Stereo Outs
  • USB Bus or iPad Powered
  • Works With PC, Mac and iPad

What's In The Box?

  • Yamaha AG03 3-Channel Mixer & USB Audio Interface
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

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