Yamaha MT8X - Yamaha MT8X 8 Channel Multitraker Recorder - Jemsite
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Yamaha MT8X - Yamaha MT8X 8 Channel Multitraker Recorder

8 Channels Accept a Wide Range of Input SourcesThe mixer section features an 8-channel 9-input configuration. Channels 1 through 4 feature continuously variable gain controls. Channels 5 through 8 are designed for line-level input. Versatile Equalization. Extended EQ control with three-band equalizers on channels 1 through 4 and two-band equalizers on the remaining channels. The three-band equalizers feature shelving high and low bands, and a peaking mid band. Dual Auxiliary Sends With Assignable Stereo Returns. Independent Aux 1 and Aux 2 send two independent "mixes" to effect processors, performer, "cue" headphones, or monitor speakers. Signal processor outputs can be returned to the Aux Return 1 and 2 jacks, and mixed in with the main program via two stereo Aux Return level controls. Logic-controlled Variable-speed Transport. Three separate motors for capstan drive, tape spooling, and mechanism control. Sound quality has been further optimized by designing the transport specifically for high-bias chrome tape. Additionally features two fast wind speeds. There's also a +/-12% pitch control so you can match the pitch of recorded material to that of live instruments. Punch-in/ Punch-out Recording with Auto Punch I/O Function. The MT8X gives you three punch-in/ out options- you can punch in and out manually using the panel controls, using an optional FC5 Footswitch plugged into the Punch I/O jack, or automatically using the sophisticated Auto Punch I/O function. 3-point Auto- locator. The MT8X lets you locate counter "0000" or two other programmable points at the touch of a button. 4-group Assignment with Odd/Even Panning. Each MT8X mixer channel has two group assign switches and a pan pot that allow the channel signal to be assigned individually to any of four group busses or to either or both stereo pairs. Built-in Switchable dbx Noise Reduction With the built-in dbx noise reduction system switched ON You'll get extra dynamic range for real musical impact. DBX noise reduction can be turned OFF when you want compatibiltiy with pre-recorded tapes that are not dbx-encoded. Direct Tape Outputs. Independent TAPE outputs for each recorder track permit direct transfer of the MT8X's eight tracks to a second multitrack recorder, or the tracks can be directly fed to an external mixing console." This mixer/recorder is in mint condition, as NEW! *more info on http://www.yamaha.com/ycaservice/mp4model/mt8x.htm. Buyer to pay shipping expenses.
Price $350 USD
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