Overview

The MG06X from Yamaha is a compact six-input mixer with built-in effects for small performances, lectures, recordings, and similar applications. The mixer features two XLR-1/4" combo mic/line inputs with D-PRE mic preamps as well as two 1/4" stereo line inputs with level controls.

Each of the two mic/line inputs is equipped with a 2-band EQ and a high-pass filter at 80 Hz. The D-PRE mic preamps feature an inverted Darlington circuit and switchable 48V phantom power for use with dynamic and condenser microphones. They also each feature 26 dB attenuation switches for recording loud sound sources such as guitar amplifiers.

The MG06X mixer has stereo XLR and 1/4" outs for connecting to your PA system or monitor speakers. It also has a 1/4" headphone output with level control for personal monitoring.

The mixer's built-in effects can be engaged on the two mic/line combo inputs and they feature reverb and delay. Providing three reverb and three delay settings plus a dedicated FX return level control, these effects can be used to help vocals and instruments sit better in your mix.

Features

  • 2 x XLR-1/4" Combo Mic/Line Inputs
  • 2 x 1/4" Line Stereo Inputs
  • Built-In FX
  • XLR & TRS 1/4" Stereo Outs
  • D-PRE Mic Preamps with 48V Phantom
  • PAD Switch on Mic/Line Inputs
  • HPF & 2-Band EQ on Mic/Line Inputs
  • 1/4" Headphone Output with Level Control
  • Metal Chassis

What's In The Box?

  • Yamaha MG06X 6-Input Mixer with Built-In Effects
  • AC Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

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