Yamaha has added two models to its EMX series of integrated mixers, the EMX5 and EMX7.

Yamaha EMX7 and EMX5

Following the launch of the EMX2, the EMX5 and EMX7 offer greater power and additional features. Designed for musicians, DJs and public speakers, the mixers are aimed at small to mid-sized music and cooperate events, fixed installs in bars and restaurants, houses of worship and rehearsal studios.

Both models feature high-efficiency power amplifiers, which respectively deliver 630W and 710W output into each channel, and have overload protection.

The are housed in a highly portable, rugged enclosure with powder-coated, impact-resistant metal chassis and integrated handles, with the panel easily adapting to horizontal or vertical placement in a variety of configurations.

Both the EMX5 and EMX7 are equipped with four mono and four mono/stereo input channels, which allow up to eight microphones and line-level input sources to be connected. Channel 4 can be used with Hi-Z inputs, allowing direct input from instruments such as electric guitars and basses. Both are equipped with two Aux Send connections for a monitoring system or external effect devices; stereo TRS phone jacks to output the mixed stereo signal, speaker jacks which can be used with both TS phone and speakON plugs and Rec Out unbalanced RCA-pin output jacks for connecting an external recorder.

The EMX5 features Yamaha’s 1-Knob Master EQ for applying Speech, Music, and Bass Boost settings, while the EMX7 features a flex-type graphic equaliser (Flex9GEQ) which allows users to select up to nine bands out of a total of 31 for fine tuning ±15dB. Both models include a 1-Knob compressor and a comprehensive DSP section, which features 24 of Yamaha SPX effects. Also included on the EMX7 is a speaker processor, featuring presets tuned to precisely match various models of Yamaha passive loudspeakers to ensure optimum performance. Both feature a Feedback Suppressor, which uses Yamaha’s digital, seven-band notch filter technology to instantly eliminate feedback at the press of a single button.

The EMX5 and EMX7 also feature a highly-efficient internal universal power supply for operation in any region around the globe.

‘Since the release of Yamaha’s first powered mixer in 1976, the EMX series has been a worldwide standard for four decades, acclaimed for its reliability and performance in a range of sound reinforcement environments,’ says Yamaha Pro Audio Business Unit Director, Yoshi Tsugawa. ‘With the new EMX5 and EMX7 models, the series expands on the power and performance capability of previous models with an even more portable and flexible design, allowing them to comfortably adapt to a broader range of applications.’

The EMX5 and EMX7 will be available in the summer/autumn of 2016.

More: www.yamahaproaudio.com

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