In this video we show you exactly how to connect and setup the Yamaha MG10XU Audio Mixer for Video Conferencing with Zoom!

How To Setup Yamaha MG10XU With Zoom

Time needed: 5 minutes.

How To Setup Yamaha MG10xu Audio Mixer With Zoom

  1. Connect USB Cable From Mixer To Computer

  2. Reset/Strike Audio Mixer

    Make sure all settings are back to the factory default

  3. Connect Headphones (optional)

    This will allow better monitoring online in Zoom

  4. Connect Microphone To Channel 1

  5. Turn on Phantom Power (optional)

    This is only required for condenser microphones

  6. Set Level To Triangle

  7. Increase Gain Until You See The Meter Get Close To Zero (0)

  8. Start a Zoom Test Meeting
    This is a great way to test your settings in a low pressure environment

  9. Do You Hear A Ringtone?

    You may need to change your headphone setting to “MG XU” in Zoom

  10. Speak and Pause

    Do you hear yourself? You may need to change your microphone setting to “MG XU” in Zoom

Pricing & Specs For Yamaha MG10xu & Accessories

Topics Covered In This Video

  • 0:00 – Introduction
  • 0:45 – Pricing & Specs & Equipment
  • 1:10 – Mixer Prep
  • 1:39 – Connect Headphones & Microphone
  • 2:00 – Microphone Settings
  • 3:12 – Zoom Setup
  • 3:50 – Monitor/Headphones Setup
  • 4:40 – Zoom Settings
  • 6:42 – Final Thoughts

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Jordan Kettner

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