Buena Park, CA (June 24, 2016)—Yamaha has added to its EMX line of powered mixer line with three new models—the EMX2, EMX5 and EMX7—intended for bands and mobile DJ performances in small- to mid-sized events, as well as for worship, nightclub or retail business applications.
All models include Yamaha SPX effects for hall, plate, room and echo reverbs. The EMX2 and the EMX5 include an updated 1-Knob Master EQ sound contour control to 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 incorporating Yamaha digital technology can be used to eliminate feedback.
The entry-level 10-input EMX2 features 500 Watts (2 x 250 Watts) of amplification, four microphone pre-amps and three stereo line inputs in a compact 14.8-in x 5.8-in x 8.7-in. Meanwhile, 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 all three models consume less power than previous EMX mixers with more compact form factors, featuring Phantom Power to allow the user to plug in condenser microphones. Input 4 on the mixers features a high-impedance input for acoustic guitar or bass without the need for external processing.