Yamaha MG06X

6-channel Analog Mixer with 2 Microphone Preamps, 4 Dedicated Stereo Line Channels, EQ, and Digital Effects
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Fully Loaded Mixer for the Studio and Stage!

The Yamaha MG06X analog mixer is well-suited for ultra-compact mixing rigs, with its rich features and outstanding sound quality. The MG06X's quality op-amp ensures that your mix sounds transparent and articulate. The MG06X's crystal clear D-PRE preamps will squeeze every drop of tone from your mics, with natural-sounding bass and smooth highs. Featuring onboard digital effects, switchable phantom power, a pad switch, EQ, and LED metering, the MG06X can take on just about any task you throw at it. Utilizing many state-of-the-art features from Yamaha's high-end consoles, the MG06X is ready to work for you!

Yamaha MG06X Analog Mixer at a Glance:
  • D-PRE discrete Class-A mic preamps deliver clean and natural sound
  • EQ and highpass filters allow for effective sound-shaping
  • Built-in SPX digital effects add polish and professionalism
  • High quality op-amp ensures transparent sound reproduction
D-PRE discrete Class-A mic preamps deliver clean and natural sound

Nobody wants to hear mics that are plugged into thin, distorted, or underpowered preamps. MG Series mixing consoles employ Yamaha's transparent D-PRE preamps, which provide more power with lower impedance, delivering natural-sounding bass and smooth highs. D-PREs simply sound good - without hyping any specific elements of your mix. The D-PRE's pure sound will ensure that you won't need to spend hours EQ-ing just to get a barely-acceptable sound, like you would with low-quality mic preamps.

EQ and highpass filter allow for effective sound-shaping

Whether you're tweaking your sound to perfection or whether you're removing some unwanted frequencies, effective and powerful EQ is necessary for building a successful mix. Featuring equalizers on all mono channels, the Yamaha MG Series mixing consoles provide you with ample control over the tonal balance of your mix. Additionally, a highpass filter allows you to get rid of any mud that might be present in your mix by eliminating unwanted low-frequency noise.

Built-in SPX digital effects add polish and professionalism

In order to add that final glue and polish to your mix, the Yamaha MG Series mixing consoles provides you with a comprehensive suite of editable digital effects. Based on Yamaha's acclaimed SPX digital multi-effect processor, the Yamaha MG06X delivers high-quality reverb and delays.

High quality op-amp ensures transparent sound reproduction

Here at Sweetwater, we know that few things will kill tone as quickly as sub-par op-amps. The Yamaha MG Series utilizes new, high-quality MG01 op-amps, ensuring that your mix sounds its best. When designing these op-amps, Yamaha focused on sound quality, rather than prioritizing electrical design and efficiency. Yamaha has always strived to deliver the purest possible signal instead of imparting their "signature" to your sound, and the MG Series is no exception. You can count on a transparent, natural, and articulate sound when you mix through a MG Series analog mixer.

Yamaha MG06X Analog Mixer Features:
  • D-PRE mic preamps deliver clean, transparent, and natural sound
  • 2-band EQ on all mono channels for sound-shaping
  • SPX effect processors provide you with a selection of reverbs and delays
  • Pad switch on mono inputs for managing loud sources
  • Metal chassis for durability
Deliver a clean and professional-sounding mix with the Yamaha MG06X analog mixer!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 6
Inputs - Mic Preamps 2 x Combo (XLR/TRS)
Inputs - Line 2 x TRS, 2 x TS
Outputs - Main 2 x XLR, 2 x TRS
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Phantom Power 2
EQ Bands 2-Band EQ (High, Low)
Effects Yes
Height 2.4"
Width 5.9"
Depth 7.9"
Manufacturer Part Number MG06X

Customer Reviews

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Great keyboard mixer !

I use this when I play out with one or two keyboards with my "lite" rig. Awesome -- great features, quality, reliability. Buy it, it is WELL WORTH the extra money over lesser-priced brands !
Music background: semi-pro

Just What I Needed For Eliminating Latency from Mic Recordings

I had issues with latency in recording with an audio interface, even at low round-trip settings. I split the mic signal, with one signal going into my DAW for recording the performance through the mic (vocal or acoustic guitar). The the other split I send to the Yamaha MG06X. I send an output from the DAW/audio interface also to the MG06X. I can then blend the music from the DAW with the live performance (a split line) from the mic and have true zero latency. With the MG06X I can also add reverb etc. to make the recording experience sound natural with some reverb. I've saved myself countless headaches by making this simple adjustment - of adding this mixer and a mic splitter to my home recording setup.
Music background: Home Studio Musician/Audio Engineer

Ideal for my home studio!

I previously had latency issues recording in my home studio. I picked up a mic splitter and now monitor my mic from this mixer along with music tracks from my DAW. The mixer's on board FX allows me to dial in some reverb or delay while I perform. This solved my problem. I have removed latency while recording from the equation. Happy camper! The unit is compact and is solidly built with quality.


I am trying to downsize all my equipment. I play two nights each week and have to carry my own mixer, mics, etc into my gig. I started shopping for a compact mixer to replace the Mackie I have now. Since I also have a Bose L1 I looked at the T1 from Bose then found this little beauty. It works perfectly for my application. 2 mics and one keyboard, with an iPhone connection for music during breaks. I am very pleased and special thanks to Alden for making it easy to decide!!
Music background: Professional musician

This little mixer worked great!

Had to perform in a space with the barest of tech. They just had speakers and little else. But this mixer made two vocalists, guitarist, and backing tracks on iphone sound great. Reverb fx was great, and we all sounded really good.
Music background: Performer/band
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