Yamaha’s new TF series (which stands for TouchFlow Operation) digital consoles comprises three compact digital mixing consoles: the TF5, TF3, and TF1, which feature 33, 25, or 17 motor faders, respectively, along with 32, 24, or 16 rear-panel analog inputs. Each console includes recallable Yamaha D-PRE that facilitates support for live music and events where full setup changes need to be made on the fly. There are a total of 48 inputs on the TF5 and TF3, with 40 on the TF1, including dual stereo analog/USB digital inputs and dual returns. Advanced live recording features include up to 34×34 channel recording and playback via USB 2.0 and 2×2 with a USB storage device.
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