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Front Panel; Monaural Input Channels - Yamaha MC 24/12 Owner's Manual

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Front Panel

Front Panel
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Monaural input channels

26dB
GAIN
2
+10
–34
–16
–60
The MC32/12 {MC24/12} has 28 {20} monaural input channels. They are located on both
3
sides of the master section and feature the same specifications.
4
PEAK
5
80
HIGH
A
–15
+15
This switch is used to attenuate input signals by 26 dB. Press down the switch to turn the
HI-MID
pad on.
400
8k
B
–15
+15
6
LO-MID
This control knob is used to adjust input sensitivity. The adjustable range is –16 dB to
–60 dB when the pad switch
80
1.6k
turned on.
–15
+15
LOW
C
–15
+15
This switch reverses the phase of input signals. Press down this switch to reverse the phase.
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EQ
D
M1
This high pass filter is used to cut the frequency range below 80 Hz with a slope of 12 dB/
0
10
oct. Press down the switch to turn the high pass filter on.
M2
ON
E
0
10
8
M3
ON
This indicator lights up when the level of signals that pass the EQ reaches 3 dB below the
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clipping level.
0
10
M4
ON
F
0
10
This 4-band equalizer provides 15 dB of cut and boost over each range, with the center
M5
ON
frequencies and types shown in the following table. The frequencies for HI-MID and LO-
0
10
MID are variable.
M6
PRE
0
10
M7
0
10
0
A
M8
PRE
0
10
M9
0
10
M10
PRE
G
This switch is used to turn equalization on and off. Press down the switch to turn
0
10
PAN
B
equalization on.
L
R
C
D
H
ST
ON
These controls are used to route the post fader signals from the input channel to MIX
buses 1–4.
PFL
E
10
5
0
5
F
10
20
30
40
50
60
MC32/12, MC24/12—Owner's Manual
Pad switch
GAIN control
Ø (Phase) switch
High pass filter switch
PEAK indicator
EQ controls (HIGH/HI-MID/LO-MID/LOW)
Band
Center frequencies
HIGH
HI-MID
LO-MID
LOW
EQ switch
M1–M4 mix level controls
Note: When you press down the M1–M4 switches to the FIX position in the Variable/
Fix select section (see page 6), the output level of the signals routed to the MIX buses will
be fixed and the corresponding M1–M4 mix level controls will be disabled.
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is turned off, and +10 dB to –34 dB when the pad switch is
10 kHz
shelving
400 Hz–8 kHz
peaking (parametric)
80 Hz–1.6 kHz
peaking (parametric)
100 Hz
shelving
Type

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