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|Package Weight||29.0 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||23.6 x 21.0 x 11.0"|
|Aux Sends||1/4" TRS Stereo Phone x3|
|Inserts||1/4" TRS Phone all mono input channels|
|BUS (Group) Outputs||Stereo|
|Main Output||Locking 1/4" & XLR Combo-Connectors x21/4" Phone Connectors x2|
|Tape I/O||RCA Phono|
|Monitor Outputs||1/4" TRS Phone Output x2|
|EQ Section||HIGH: 10kHz (Shelving) MID(MONO): 250Hz-5kHz (Peaking) MID(ST) 2.5kHz (Peaking) LOW: 100Hz (Shelving)|
|Power Rating||500W + 500W (4ohms)370W + 370W (8ohms/ AC100V model)350W + 350W (8ohms/ AC120V model)320W + 320W (8ohms/ AC220-240V model)|
|Channel Level Control||Fader|
|Trim/Gain Control||Rotary Controls|
|Phantom Power||+48V group switched on CH1-6,7 / 8,9 / 10|
|Metering||12-segment peak led|
|Frequency Response||0, +0, -3dB, 20Hz-20kHz, 0dB @1kHz|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||Less than 0.3%, +14dBu output into 600ohms|
|Power Supply||Japan: AC100V 50/60Hz, 500W North America: AC120V, 60Hz, 500W Other Areas: AC220-240V, 50/60Hz, 500W|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||17.48 x 6.10 x 19.40" (444 x 155 x 493mm)|
|Weight||24.25 lbs (11kg)|
|Solo/Mute||Mute and PFL on all input channels|
|Mic/Line Inputs||Balanced 1/4" TRS Phone Line Mono x8Balanced XLR Microphone x12Balanced 1/4" TRS Phone Stereo Paired x4Unbalanced RCA Phono Stereo Paired x4|
One of the obstacles facing many engineers working small live sound events is having to drag the P.A. from venue to venue and constantly changing the setup. The Yamaha EMX5016CF portable mixer is designed to alleviate those P.A.
Bought as new and still under warranty, I use it for 2 years. I had a lot of models and sincerely is the beautiful, the good and tough as always has Yamaha.
- How long have you use it? more than a year - What is so special that you like most and least? The best: the quality of its exceptional development with little effort using compressors on microphone inputs, a great equalizer output and a simulation tool acoustic bass on the speakers common.