Yamaha EMX Series Powered Mixers Debut

EMX7_EMX5_EMX2-0616Yamaha today unveiled the latest models in their EMX series powered mixer lineup – the EMX2, EMX5 and EMX7. Requiring only speakers and microphones to realize a sound system, the EMX2, EMX5 and EMX7 all feature Class-D power amps delivering 500, 630 and 710 Watts respectively of power. All models include Yamaha SPX effects for hall, plate, room and echo reverbs and the EMX2 and the EMX5 include an updated 1-Knob Master EQ sound contour control to easily adjust the overall sound frequency balance. The EMX7 features a flex-type graphic equalizer (Flex9GEQ) that allows the user to select up to nine bands out of a total of 31 for fine tuning±15 dB.

A new Feedback Suppressor, according to Yamaha, instantly eliminates annoying feedback with the single push of a button. Inspired by the Yamaha STAGEPAS 600i Portable PA System, the entry level 10-input EMX2 features 500 Watts (2 x 250 Watts) of amplification, four microphone pre-amps and three stereo line inputs. This model is surprisingly compact (14.8” x 5.8” x 8.7”), making it easy to fit along with speakers in the trunk of a small car.

Moving up the line, the EMX5 and EMX7 each offer 12-input channels and can output to 630 watts and 710 watts respectively. Users can connect up to eight microphones or line-level devices, such as keyboards and CD players and portable MP3 players.

The EMX5 and EMX7 are housed in an impact-resistant, powder-coated metal chassis and allow for operation on either a tabletop or in a rack (rack mount brackets available separately). Large handles on the front and back of the body serve double duty, making the mixers easy to lift while protecting knobs and terminals on the surface of the chassis from impact or pressure.

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Here are all the specs.