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Digital Mixing Consoles
LS9-32 Rear Panel
LS9-16 Rear Panel
Lightweight, compact, all-in-one digital mixers with advanced features and outstanding sound quality.
32 or 16 mono mic/line input channels plus 4 stereo input channels, expandable up to 64 or 32 channels in two layers. 16 mix buses, 8 matrix buses, plus stereo and mono buses with LCR mode. Top-performance analog mic/line preamplifiers. Compact and light enough for one person to move and set up easily. Yamaha Selected Channel interface allows smooth, intuitive access to detailed channel functions via a color LCD display and
logically arranged encoders.
Extensive gating, compression, and equalization facilities. Built-in USB memory recorder/player for recording or BGM playback. Virtual Rack packed with effects and EQ for just about any processing requirements. Scene memory for instant store and recall of all console parameters, including head amp gain. Advanced access management includes user keys (standard USB memory devices) that can be issued with different access
levels for different users.
LS9 Editor Software for enhanced operability and programmability.
Rack-mount Kit for LS9-16
Small / Medium Scale Live Sound System with LS9-32
This example depicts a live sound system built around an LS9-32 console. This system offers 32 inputs/16 outputs on stage, with additional 32 inputs/16 outputs available at the FOH position. The two stage boxes and the LS9-32 are daisy-chained using CAT5e cables. SB168-ES dedicated Quick Setup feature within the AVS-ESMonitor software allows quick and easy configuration of your setup. You can use the SB168-ES head amp remote function from the LS9-32 to control microphone gain.
Internal processing Number of scene memories Sampling frequency rate Signal Delay Total harmonic distortion*1 CH INPUT to OMNI OUT Input Gain=Min. Frequency response CH INPUT to OMNI OUT Dynamic range (maximum level to noise level) Hum & noise level *2 110dB, DA Converter (OMNI OUT) 108dB, AD+DA (OMNI OUT) -128dB, Equivalent input noise ( 20-20kH z, R s =150, Input Gain=Max) -84d B , R es id u al n o is e Crosstalk (@1kHz) Input GAIN=min Power requirements Power consumption Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight -100dB* , -80dB, Adjacent input channels -100dB*3, -80dB, Input to output
ANALOG INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Input terminal GAIN -62dB INPUT 1-n *1 +10dB *1. LS9-32: n=32, LS9-16: n=16 3k Actual load impedance For use with nominal Input level Sensitivity -82dBu -10dBu Nominal -62dBu +10dBu Max. before clip -42dBu XLR3-31 type* +30dBu Connector
32bit (Accumulator=58bit) 300 Internal: 44.1kHz,48kHz
E x ter n al: 44.1kH z ( -10% ) to 48kH z ( +6% ) Less than 2.5ms INPUT to OMNI OUT (@fs=48kHz) Less than 0.05% 20Hz to 20kHz @+4dBu into 600
50-600 Mics & 600 Lines
20Hz - 20kHz, 0, +0.5,-1.5dB @+4dBu into 600
ANALOG OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Output terminals Actual source impedance For use with nominal Output terminals GAIN SW +24dB OMNI OUT 1-n *600 Lines +18dB 8 Phones PHONES Phones *1. LS9-32: n=16, LS9-16: n=8 --65mW 150mW ---2dBu 75mW +18dBu 150mW ST Phone jack** Nominal +4dBu Max. before Clip +24dBu XLR3-32 type* Connectors
110V-240V, 50/60Hz LS9-32: 170W, LS9-16: 95W LS9-32: 884 x 220 x 500mm (34.8" x 8.6" x 19.6") L S 9-16: 480 x 220 x 500m m ( 18.9" x 8.6" x 19.6") L S 9-32: 19.4kg ( 42lb s ) L S 9-16: 12.0kg ( 26lb s )
*1. Total harmonic distortion is measured with a 6dB/oct filter @80Hz *2. Hum & noise are measured with 6dB/oct filter @12.7kHz; equivalent to a 20kHz filter with infinite dB/oct attenuation. *3. Crosstalk is measured with a 30 dB/octave filter @22 kHz
LS9-16 LS9-32 FAQ
Audio quality... 1 Features... 2 USB memory devices.. 6 Security features... 7 LS9 Editor; the external computer software.. 8 Extras... 10
1. What clock speeds are supported at what bit processing depth? 48kHz and 44.1kHz are possible. Conversion is 24bit, but internal processing is done at 32bit depth and there is 58bit accumulation. 2. What dynamic range does it have? What is the output level? The preamps have a sensitivity of -82dBu (this is the lowest signal that can be boosted to reach the nominal level of +4dBu) and a maximum input level of +30dBu (higher inputs will cause distortion). The maximum output level before clipping is +24dB Internal switches can reset this to +18dB to match other standards. 3. How about the quality of the built-in effects? Are the Add-On series available for LS9? LS9 includes four SPX type multi-effects engines. As standard these include the Yamahas richest available REV-X reverbs as well as many various SPX style effects. Add-on effects such as the valve and VCA style compressors (YAMAHA VCM technology) in the Channel Strip package are not currently available. 4. How long is audio latency through the console? Latency from Analog input to Omni Out is less than 2.5ms at 48kHz.
5. Is the head amp gain recallable? Yes, all head amps are recallable (can have their values set by scene recall) and LS9-16 can provide remote control of up to two Yamaha AD8HR recallable head amp/AD units as well. (LS9-32 controls up to four AD8HRs) 6. How many inputs can I connect? LS9-16 has 16 (or LS9-32 has 32) mono mic/line input channels with onboard pre-amps. In addition there are 16 (32) further full feature processing input channels and 4 stereo mic/line input channels. To use more than the 16 (32) onboard mic pre-amps and the internal effects returns (8 channels) and onboard USB recorder/playback (2 channels) Yamaha mini YGDAI expansion cards must be used. 7. Are there 2TR digital inputs, like other Yamaha mixers? There are 2TR in and out on S/PDIF type coaxial connector, and Mini YGDAI cards can be added for other format digital inputs and outputs. 8. Does LS9 support the use of all mini YGDAI cards? LS9 supports all current Yamaha made mini YGDAI cards except the MY16-mLAN. (June2008). Additionally some third party cards are supported; for latest news check. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/produ cts/interfaces/ygdai_cards/myguide.php
9. Why are there are only 8 (LS9-16) 16 (LS9-32) output XLRs on the back? In addition to the L&R and Mono master busses, there are 8 matrix and 16 Mix Buses and a stereo or LCR cue buss. The 8 (16) XLR omni outs on the back are assignable to your chosen outputs. Remember sends to things like the internal rack of effects do not exit the console and so dont need XLRs. If you need more than eight (sixteen) actual outputs then you can add a mini YGDAI card with output sockets on it. (eg. MY4-DA). You can also send one output to multiple Omni sockets like an active split. 10. How many dynamics units (gates and compressors) are there? There are two dynamics units for every input channel and one for every output channel. The input dynamic unit 1 menu contains; gate, ducker, compressor, and expander. Unit 2 contains compressor, two different companders, and a de-esser. The output dynamic menu has the compressor, expander and the 2 companders.
11. What on-board effects are there? There is an internal rack of eight units. Any of the eight can work as GEQ, either as a mono 31 band or dual 31 band Flex 15. Four can be Yamaha SPX type multi effects units including the latest Rev-X reverbs and all the usual parameter options. You can even set a key on the desk to act as a taptempo control for the delay time. 12. What is Dual 31 band Flex 15GEQ ? In a normal 31 band GEQ you can boost or cut as many of the 31 faders as you like. In a Flex 15 you can only boost or cut 15 bands with the faders at one time, but you get two independent channels. Its the same quality EQ and the same number of bands, just a limit on the number you can use at the same time. If all virtual units are converted to Flex 15 then there are 16
GEQ. 13. What would happen if I attempt to tweak more than 15 bands on Flex15 GEQ? The 16th fader to be moved is locked out and will return to the zero line. On the screen the unmoved faders also change colour to show they are unavailable for use. Any another fader can be zeroed to release the required fader. There is an AVAILABLE BANDS counter on the Flex-15 parameter pop-up. 14. The EQ section looks like the High and Low are not fully parametric; how do I change the Q value. By default the input EQs have a shelving high and low band but you can change them to peak/bell shape using the buttons on the EQ pop-up or simply push and turn the Q encoder to change from shelf to peak. You can create LPF and HPF (Outputs only) in the same way. 15. Does LS9 have VCA groups? LS9 doesnt have VCA groups. Channels can be linked into control groups with fader level offsets, but these are moving fader groups unlike DCAs. Alternatively audio sub-groups can be created, like those favoured on smaller analogue desks.
Does LS9 have mute groups, I dont see any buttons? There are 8 mute groups. There are no dedicated mute master keys on the surface. You can use on-screen buttons or User Defined Keys can be programmed to be mute masters. LS9 can also save scenes in which the only changes recalled are channel on/off changes, making many more mute options.
17. Can I use the faders to control the internal GEQs? Yes, the faders can be used to operate the GEQ. 18. Can I copy the setting from one GEQ to another? Yes. You can copy and paste settings to another graphic or copy settings to a library for future recalling. If you copy the current setting you can then modify it and use the [COMPARE] button to trial the new settings against the old before choosing which to keep. 19. Do the effects have to return to the ST IN stereo channels? No. The effects are routed to the four ST IN stereo channels by default but, you can easily return them to any input channel. 20. Some of the knobs turn in quite big steps, how do I get to the values in-between? By pushing the encoder in and turning at the same time you can access a finer resolution for the MIX and MATRIX sends. (Selected Send encoder) Push and turn the EQ gain encoder for dB steps. 21. Does LS9 have a digital attenuator on each channel? Yes, each input channel has a digital attenuator. This is found on the ATT/HPF/EQ pop-up. Control is by the data wheel when the cursor is on the knob image. 22. When I am using LS9 to mix monitors where do I connect my listen wedge? To route the monitor bus to an Omni out on the back of LS9 press the MONITOR Display Access key. Until you see the MONITOR screen. From here you can access the Monitor Out routing pop up by pressing the grey [---] button below the L meter. The pop-up menu OUTPUT PORT SELECT appears and from here you can select an OMNI or SLOT out for your listen wedge. Repeat for R
If you are using a single mono listen wedge then mono up cue signals with [MONO MONITOR] button and just use L. This can be found on the [MONITOR] screen.
23. How do I adjust the monitor output level? There is no dedicated surface knob for this, either use the data wheel to adjust the image on the Monitor page or assign a fader from the Custom Fader layer to control monitor. Access customer layer setup via the SETUP key. 24. Is there a delay available on the headphone feed? No. This function is not available on LS9. 25. Is there a tone generator or oscillator to aid set up? Yes, there is a choice of tone or pink noise generator (with noise burst feature) accessed from the [MONITOR] (headphone icon) page. 26. Is the talkback head amp gain memorable & controllable? Yes, a talkback system can be fed by one of the mic inputs. The mic gain and talkback input from the input patch menu is recallable by scene. The talkback can be routed to any output; this routing is not recallable by scene. 27. Does LS9 support surround sound modes? No, LS9 can mix in LCR mode for theatre type applications but in surround; try a Yamaha DM1000. 28. Is there an insert point for external devices like FBX (feedback exterminator?) Yes, inserts are available on the first 32 input channels and all the outputs, but the connections are only available via the MY Card slot. An MY8ADDA96 would provide 8 insert send and return points for external devices like Valve EQ or FBX. 29. Can I cascade two or more LS9 consoles? Yes. LS9 does not have a dedicated cascade port but cascading (bus-linking) to /from other consoles can be achieved with Mini YAGDAI cards via slots. Cascading two LS9-32s in this way can give a 64 channel mixer with 16 shared mix busses. MIDI can be used to link scene recall, cue logic and other fader movements or these can be routed through a CobraNet tunnel in the case of MY16CII. Two LS9-16s can be cascaded to make a 32 channel mixer.
USB memory devices.
30. What can the USB port be used for?
The USB port has four clear functions; to load and save session data on and off the console. to provide the lock for the USB user security key. to access the stored music files for the internal USB player/recorder. to load firmware revisions offering improved features and functionality. The port cannot be used for connections to hubs, keyboards, computers etc. 31. Where do I get a USB memory device and what kind of USB devices will work? Yamaha do not make and sell the USB flash memory devices, but these are widely available from computer and electronics stores and from many manufacturers. When choosing a memory device remember that; LS9 is USB1.1, so both USB1.1 and USB2.0 will work. Storage capacity must not exceed 2Gig. The disc can be formatted to FAT12 FAT16 or FAT32 but must not be partitioned. You can format a new disc in LS9, but remember formatting an old disc erases all its memories. 32. What will LS9 do to other kinds of files on my USB device? Can it recognise M7CL or PM5D files? LS9 will just ignore them as unknown file types. LS9 only recognises.LS9 scene data files, LS9 user key files, files which contain the LS9 firmware and music files inside a YPE/Songs folder. The same key used for M7CL will work in LS9, but the files are not compatible. 33. Why cant LS9 find the MP3 files on my USB key? LS9 only looks for a folder called YPE and then for recognised data in a folder called Songs. LS9 cannot find files on the top layer of the key or in other folders. 34. How do I know when file transfer has finished and it is safe to remove the USB device? You can plug in the device and remove it without any kind of unmounting procedure. However you should not rapidly remove the key after insertion or remove the USB device whilst data is being
transferred. You can tell that the device is transferring data because LS9 will indicate ACCESS in the top left and the device LED will flash rapidly. 35. How big are LS9 data files? How many megabytes do I need to have free in a USB storage device? User Key files (.LS9) are only about 30KB. An all data file (.LS9) with many scenes stored will be around 6 or 7MB. So, even a very small USB storage device like 32MB could store all the data for several shows.
36. What is Administrator mode? LS9 can be set up to prevent access to certain features such as output or effects routing or even master fader level. In administrator mode all features can be accessed, passwords set and USB user keys created. 37. What is Guest mode? As default the guest mode is similar to the administrator mode, but the administrator can lock out certain features from the guest and the guest can have their own preferences selected from the USER SETUP menu. By applying a password to the administrator mode the guest is prevented from unlocking the restricted features. Typically the guest would be restricted from all internal re-patching, bus configurations, and access to the outport setup pages. The guest does not have a password.
38. What is External User Key mode? In between the access levels of guest and administrator you can create key holders. Key holders could be given extra access such as the ability to repatch but not the ability to pass this access onto the guest. The key is a file held on USB memory device. 39. What features can be locked out? The screen shows the features you can independently lockout for a keyholder (or guest). Access is down to parts of individual channels! This typical example locks-out the output patch, system EQ and System Setup and library clear. Remember different User Key
holders can have different access privileges. 40. Is it possible to unlock the console if I loose my USB key? LS9 is always unlocked by selecting Administrator mode and no USB key is necessary. If the administrator forgets the password the console must be initialized. This process involves powering down LS9 and restarting with special key presses, obviously audio will be interrupted and all stored data will be lost. Do not forget your admin password!! 41. What would happen if a user USB key is accidentally removed during the show? When a user key is removed from LS9 access reverts to Guest, no changes in audio will happen, but access to some features may no longer be available as Guest has the lowest access to features. 42. Does LS9 have external display output? There is no VGA or monitor display output but many features can be displayed on a computer running the Studio Manager software.
LS9 Editor; the external computer software
43. Do you have to connect LS9 to a computer to access all its functions? No. LS9 is a stand alone mixing desk; all functions are internal to it. LS9 Editor works in an external personal computer and is for creating or editing stored scenes and setups and can work online connected to LS9 as a remote controller. 44. What are the advantages of the LS9 Editor? One of the great advantages of LS9 editor is that you can configure the console; that is choose the routing, GEQ, effects and dynamics, do the naming and even configure a rough mix all on your computer away from the console. Instead of going to the mixer for half a day with patch cables, you can do the work at home or simply recall a previously used version. Naming channels for example can be much quicker with a PC keyboard. 45. What things can be remote controlled with LS9 Editor and how?
When LS9 is connected to a personal computer via the network port most setup and mix functions can be performed from the computer. LS9 software shows screen images of the buttons and faders on the computer and the controls can be clicked and dragged with the mouse.
46. Is the external software like Studio Manager for DM2000 or M7CL? Yes, LS9 Editor works within the Studio Manager host programme just like PM5D and other consoles Editors. 47. How much does Studio Manager and LS9 editor cost? Studio Manager and LS9 Editor are offered free. Copies and version updates are available free from http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/downloads/firm_soft/index.html There is currently no need to register your details. 48. Does Studio Manager and LS9 editor work on PC and Mac? No, there is no current Mac version of LS9 editor, but the PC version will work on a Mac with Windows installed. 49. How does LS9 connect to the computer, can I use the USB port? The connection is via the network port on the rear panel. The USB port is not available for connection to Studio Manager. However files created in the editor can be transferred to LS9 with a USB storage device. 50. Can I control LS9 wirelessly? Yes, quite easily. LS9 communicates with the PC via Ethernet protocol and there are many computer hardware companies that make devices to transmit Ethernet wirelessly. However Yamaha does not offer these solutions itself so we cannot always support customers with wireless questions or problems.
51. Does LS9 have a spare PSU? No. The internal PSU is very reliable, to protect it further you can use a high quality UPS. 52. Is there a meterbridge option? No. All channels have individual meters when they are brought to the surface or they can be metered from the screen. 53. Does LS9 take the same MY expansion cards as other Yamaha mixers? Yes, there are two Yamaha MY card slots on LS9-32 and one on LS9-16 and they take all current Yamaha MY cards except MY16-mLAN. 54. Does LS9 work with Studio Manager? Yes, there is an LS9 editor that works in Studio Manager. The cable connection is Ethernet. The software is available free from http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/downloads/firm_soft/index.html. 55. Can I connect an external keyboard and mouse? No, you can only input names from the sample name library or with the onscreen keyboard. For typing convenience use Studio Manager/LS9 Editor.
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