Yamaha MG102c Reviews4.5/5.0 based on 12 customer reviews
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from Ellisville, Mo
February 2, 2013Music Background:
Yamaha MG102cEasy to set up...works GREAT...absolutely love it!
from New York
August 13, 2012
Works like a charm!This small rig works great and the nifty mic stand is a plus
August 19, 2011Music Background:
GOOD FOR MULTITRACKI HOOKED THIS UP TO AN FOSTEX R8 ADAT AND IT SOUNDS GREAT.CHANNEL 1 AND 2 HAVE A OUT WHERE YOU CAN RECORD IN WHILE LISTENING TO OTHER CHANNELS.COMPRESSOR IS GREAT TO.THIS IS REALLY WORTH A LOT MORE THAN THE PRICE.
March 20, 2013Music Background:
Studio and live audio engineer, guitarist, drummer
Awesome mixer!Great mixer at an even better price! I love the compression and the variety of ins/outs it offers. My only qualm is that it doesn't have separate Left/Right knobs (or faders) for the main volume. It only has one "Stereo" knob which is usually fine but I am working on a mono system at the moment and it is just a tad inconvenient but not a deal breaker. Overall, definitely worth it!
from Los Angeles
January 19, 2013Music Background:
Purcussionist / Vocalist
MG102C MixerExcellent choice for a small project. Currently used for a religious gathering with very good results.
Great for the price you pay with features of a professional one. .
from Springfield, MA
April 18, 2012Music Background:
Recording Engineer, Pro Musician
A Lot for a LittleWe use the mixer for our new Worship Sound Reinforcement System. Not only does it help it sound great, but it is simple to install and use. It is also an economical solution for a small congregation. I also use the same model when I gig with my keyboard and Mackie Thump!
from Atlanta, GA
October 7, 2011Music Background:
Great Mixer!I bought this to use as a utility mixer to add some extra inputs to my main mixer. Really impressed! Simple to use, very quiet and just flat out does the job. The built in-compression is a great feature as well.
For the money, this is a great piece of gear. Is as good as similar small mixers costing two or three times more.
from Chicago, IL USA
July 4, 2011Music Background:
Recording Engineer, Hobbyist Musician
Does exactly what I needed it to do.I wouldn't mix a prog-rock band on this thing, but if you have 4 microphone inputs, and 6 line inputs that need to be mixed into a stereo signal it will do that exact thing. Very solidly built considering the price. It's obviously very utilitarian. But it will get the job done.
from Apache Junction, Arizona USA
May 14, 2013Music Background:
Yamaha Mg102c MixerThis little mixer is very adequate for the small recording projects that I do.
It works very well and has the right amount of inputs.
Could use a little more volume though.
from Evergreen Park, Il.
January 6, 2013Music Background:
40 year player!
Yamaha MG102cPerfect for my small home studio. I am able to keep a line for all instruments, mikes, and effects hooked up at all times with a line out to my Tascam DP-02. Saves me all kinds of time. Compact, quiet, and value priced.
from Bloomington, IN (USA)
July 30, 2012Music Background:
A fine machine ... once you get used to itI use this mixer mostly to interview more than 4 people at a time. In the past the mic configuration I used, no matter how I positioned the mics, left someone "in the dark." With this machine, I can set up microphones for three or four, set levels, and we're cooking with gas. It did take some getting used to,and the Sweetwater's wonderful technical support staff really helped me figure things out. Now things are great!
from Vermont, USA
July 5, 2011Music Background:
Great product by Yamaha!Nice small mixer for the price. Use it for remote wedding sites.
When coupled with my Mackie Thump active speakers the sound
quality is Great!
Also No Noise, Just clean sound.
Thanks again to the folks at Sweetwater for the support and advice!