Yamaha KM802

Mixer

Yamaha KM802 mixer

1986 (Nov.)
Initially sold for ¥45,400

The Yamaha KM802 is a compact and affordable 8 in 2 out analog mixer. It has 8 monaural line inputs, the first two ones can be switched to accept a low-level input such as a microphone. It also features three sends for channels 3~8, with stereo return for each but there's no built-in chorus effects like on the smaller sibling KM602.

Just like its other version however, the KM802 features a very clever design for its faders. A coloured plastic strip covers the bottom part of the fader pit, while the top part is black: as a result the coloured part acts as a highly visible indicator of the position of the fader.

Features

  • Three post-fader sends on each channel (channels 3~8) respond to the trend toward multi-effector setups.
  • Three stereo effect returns let you enjoy the full spacious sound of effect devices with stereo outputs.
  • Highly visible fader position markers let you see volume settings even on dimly lighted stages.
  • Stereo headphone monitoring jack with volume control independent from main output.
  • Unique space-saving design, of the same width of the TX7 and QX21 for easy stacking.

Technical
specifications

Connection terminals and interfaces

CH IN (x8)
AUX send 1, AUX send 2, AUX send 3
AUX return 1 (L, R), AUX return 2 (L, R), AUX return 3 (L, R)
Stereo OUT (L, R), Phones

Dimensions and weight

354w x 85h x 303d (mm)
2.6Kg