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Digital Speaker Processor
Advanced speaker processing performance in a compact 1U unit that is ideal for live sound or installations.
All of the functionality required for most speaker processing applications in a compact 1U unit. An impressive array of built-in functions: gain, delay, PEQ, comp, crossover, and limiter. All-Pass Filter precisely controls phase without affecting gain. Two analog inputs, six analog outputs, and two AES/EBU digital inputs. Original audio processing LSI provides full 24-bit, 96-kHz processing capability for outstanding sound quality with a
dynamic range in excess of 110 dB.
Detailed programming can be accomplished using the DME Designer application software running on a personal
Ethernet port and comprehensive panel interface. Optimized for Yamaha Installation Series Speakers.
Number of scene memories Sampling frequency 99 Internal Clock 96 kHz External Clock Normal Rate 44.1, 48kHz (0.1%) Double Rate 88.2, 96kHz (0.1%) Signal delay Total harmonic distortion *1 Frequency response Dynamic range Hum & noise *2 (20Hz to 20kHz), Rs=150 Crosstalk (@1kHz) Power consumption Dimensions (W x H x D) Net weight Less than 761s INPUT to OUTPUT (@fs=96kHz) Less than 0.05%, 20Hz to 40kHz @+4dBu into 600 (@fs=96kHz) Less than 0.007%, 1kHz @+22dBu into 600 (@fs=96kHz) 20Hz - 20kHz, +0.5, -1.0dB, @+4dBu into 600 (@fs=96kHz) 106dB AD+DA -82dBu residual noise -80dB input to output 30W 480 x 44 x 360.2mm (18.7" x 1.75" x 14.1"), 1U 4.2kg (9.7lbs) Output 1 - 600 Lines +4dBu +24dBu XLR-3-32 type* Terminal Input A, B
ANALOG INPUT AND OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Actual Load Impedance 10k For Use With Nominal 600 Lines Level Nominal +4dBu Max. before Clip +24dBu Connector XLR-3-31 type*
DIGITAL INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Terminals Digital Input AES/EBU Format AES/EBU Data Length 24-bit Level RS422 Connector XLR-3-31 type*
Only Double Speed Format is supported at 96 kHz. Double Channel or Single Format is not supported.
*1. Total Harmonic Distortion are measured with a 18dB/octave filter @80kHz *2. Hum&Noise are measured with 6dB/octave filter @12.7kHz;equivalent to a 20kHz filter with infinite dB/octave attenuation.
x 2 way 3 x 2 way Link 2 x (2 way + Sub) 2 x (2 way + Sub) Link 2 x 2 way + 2 x Aux 2 x 2 way + 2 x Aux Link 2 x 3 way 2 x 3 way Link 4 way + 2 x Aux 5 way + Aux 6 way Multi Zone unit : mm 10 11
Click a configuration name to open the corresponding configuration window.
439.1.1 Input Select Input Level Input PEQ Digital/Analog, Stereo/Mono +10 dB ~ - 8 band, Stereo Link, Bypass L.SHELF, H.SHELF, 6, 12 dB/Oct Input Delay Crossover 1300 msec, Stereo Link, Bypass 6 dB/Oct AdjustGc: 12, 18, 24, 36 or 48 dB/Oct Bessel: 12, 18, 24, 36 or 48 dB/Oct Butrwrth: 12, 18, 24, 36 or 48 dB/Oct Output Polarit Output Delay Output PEQ Linkwitz: 12, 24 or 48 dB/Oct Normal/Inverted 500 msec, Bypass 6 band, Bypass APF (All Pass Filter) 1st, 2nd Horn EQ +10 dB ~ - Threshold -54 dB to 0 dB, Bypass 2.5 44
Output Level Output Limiter
Connecting the AC power cord.. 7 Turning the power on and off.. 7
Introduction to the SP2060. 8
Features... 8 Glossary for the SP2060.. 8 Configuration... 9
3 x 2-way... x 2-way Link... x (2-way + Sub).. x (2-way + Sub) Link.. x 2-way + 2 x Aux... x 2-way + 2 x Aux Link.. x 3-way... x 3-way Link... way +2 x Aux... 13 5-way + Aux... 14 6-way... 15 Multi Zone... 16
Network Settings.. 37
Setting a Device Group.. Setting the IP Address... Setting the Master ID.. Setting Link Mode... Viewing the MAC Address.. 39
System Examples... 17
Speaker processing.. 17 Zone processing... 18 Multiple SP2060... 19
About Preset Libraries... 40
File name... 40 Subwoofer... 40 Limiter... 40 Libraries for 1-way speaker processors.. 41 Libraries for 2-way speaker processors.. 42 Libraries for 3-way speaker processors.. 43
The Controls and Connectors. 21
Front Panel.. 21 Rear Panel... 22
Display Messages... 44
Warning and error messages.. 44 Status messages... 45
Panel Operation.. 23
Basic Operation... 23
Changing the parameter values.. 23
LEVEL... 23 DELAY... 24 EQ (Equalizer).. 24
Input EQ... 24 Output EQ... 25
Troubleshooting.. General Specifications... Electrical Characteristics.. Input/Output Characteristics.. Connector Pin Assignment.. Dimensions.. Index....
Input routing... 26 Output routing... 26
X-OVER (Crossover).. 27
Setting the Crossover... 27
Displaying the current library.. 28 Recalling a library.. 28
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha SP2060 Speaker Processor. In order to take full advantage of the features and performance provided by the SP2060, we urge you to read this owners manual thoroughly before connecting or using the unit. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Connecting the AC power cord
Be sure to turn all devices OFF before connecting AC mains power.
SP2060 Owners Manual (this document) AC power cord Rubber feet x 4
About the Firmware Version
You can check the firmware version of your SP2060 in the UTILITY display (see page 28). You can also download the latest firmware from the following Yamaha website. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
Turning the power on and off
To prevent the initial power-on surge from generating a large noise spike or damaging your speaker system, turn devices on in the following order: audio sources, mixer (such as M7CL), SP2060, and nally power ampliers. Reverse this order when turning power off.
About DME Designer
DME Designer software enables you to control the SP2060 or DME series system from a connected computer. The DME Designer version 2.0 or later features this function. You can download DME Designer from the following Yamaha website. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
The Yamaha SP2060 Speaker Processor employs state-of-the-art digital technology and supports 96kHz audio. The SP2060 features two channel analog input connectors, an AES/EBU connector, and six channel analog output connectors. Since it includes preset settings for fixed installation speakers (such as the Yamaha IF/IS series), the SP2060 enables you to take the best advantage of a variety of speakers from 1-way through 6-way speakers. You can also control the SP2060 remotely using DME Designer application software.
Glossary for the SP2060
This section explains terminology specific to the SP2060.
Components & Parameters
The individual audio modules (equalizers, delays, and speaker processors that feature various speaker adjustment functions) are called components. Various settings included with each component are called preset parameters. Changing the parameter values for components enables you to control the effects of the audio process.
A configuration is a complete set of components for constructing an optimum audio system that supports the connected speakers. See page 9. Each configuration determines the audio function(s) of the corresponding SP2060 unit. All parameter sets included with each component in a configuration are called preset parameters.
A combination of all configuration and preset parameter combinations is called a scene. A scene can be recalled from the panel of each SP2060 or via DME Designer. See page 29.
Scene 1 Scene 2
Example: Limiter Attack Threshold Release
All parameter sets included with each speaker processor component optimized for the connected speakers are called libraries. A library can be recalled from the panel of each SP2060 or via DME Designer. You can also create a library using DME Designer, then store it in an SP2060.
Introduction to the SP2060 Foreword
[3x2way [3x2way L [2x(2way+Sub) [2x(2way+Sub)L ] ] ] ] No.5. No.6. No.7. No.8. [2x2way+2xAux [2x2way+2xAuxL [2x3way [2x3way L ] ] ] ] No.9. [4way+2xAux No.10. [5way+Aux No.11. [6way No.12. [Multi Zone ] ] ] ]
A SUM B LIMIT Output 6BandEQ with APF Input Level Input Mute Input 8BandEQ Input Delay Output Delay LOW Output Level Output Mute Limiter DA
The SP2060 features 12 configurations. You can select one that suits the combination and configuration of the connected speakers. A configuration is stored as part of each preset scene (read-only scene) in scene memory slots #1 through #12, and can be recalled along with the corresponding scene. You can also edit parameters of a configuration, then store them in a user scene (readable and writable scene). Connection between the output port and output connector on each component is specified and fixed for each configuration.
Talkback mic DME64N Specifying the destination and processing (such as EQ) for the output signal
Switching Hub Switching Hub
NETWORK HUB AND BRIDGE
LINK CONDUCT LOCK ERROR
Main R Mono Sub Stair Step Under Balcony Lobby/ Dressing Room
OUT 1 OUT 2
Low L Hi L Low R Hi R Mono Sub Stair Step (Mono)
Under Balcony 1 Under Balcony 2 Under Balcony 3 Under Balcony 4 Lobby Dressing Room
OUT 3 OUT 4
OUT 5 IN B OUT 6
Lobby/ Dressing Room
YES STORE NO RECALL
8 !9 @) #
2 [BACK/STORE] Key Selects the previous parameter. In the Scene display, it stores a selected scene. 3 [INC/YES]/[DEC/NO] Keys Confirm Yes or No to the change of parameter values or confirmation messages. 4 [NEXT/RECALL] Key Selects the next parameter. In the Library List display or Scene display, it recalls a selected library or scene respectively. 5 [LEVEL] Key Displays the input/output level settings. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up. 6 [DELAY] Key Displays the signal delay time settings. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up. 7 [EQ] Key Displays the EQ settings. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up. 8 [ROUTING] Key Displays the selection of the [INPUT] connectors and Output channel signal sources. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up.
) [LIMITER] Key Displays the Limiter settings. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up. ! [SCENE] Key Displays scene store or recall options, or scene edit options. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up. @ [UTILITY] Key Displays the SP2060 Utility function settings. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up. # [MUTE] Key Displays the Mute settings. When these settings are displayed, the key LED lights up. At this time, each [SEL] key LED indicates the corresponding channels Mute On or Off and the [SEL] keys enable you to turn Mute On or Off for the corresponding channels. Holding down the [MUTE] key for two seconds or longer will turn the User Lock function On or Off. $ [SEL] Keys Select the corresponding channels for editing. The [SEL] key LED for each selected channel lights up. % Meters Display the channel level meters and the Limiter indicators for Output channels. ^ [POWER ON/OFF] Key Turns mains power to the SP2060 on and off.
5. Press the [BACK] or [NEXT] key to select the
PEQ L.SHELF 6dB/Oct L.SHELF 12dB/Oct H.SHELF 6dB/Oct H.SHELF 12dB/Oct HPF LPF APF 1st APF 2nd Horn
You can select either analog or digital input signals. This selection links to the word clock master setting. You can also route the left channel of an input signal received at the [INPUT A] or [DIGITAL IN] connector to both Input channels A and B.
Option Input Signal Selection
A signal at the [INPUT A] connector is routed to channel A, and a signal at the [INPUT B] connector to channel B. A signal at the [INPUT A] connector is routed to channels A and B. A left channel signal is routed to channel A, and a right channel signal to channel B. A left channel signal is routed to channels A and B.
You can route Input channel A, B, and SUM signals to the Crossover input. The following three channels are available: IN A IN SUM IN B
Word Clock Master
1. Press the [ROUTING] key to select the
Internal clock: 96kHz
OUT 2 SOURCE = IN A
2. Press the [SEL] key for the target Output
channel. The [SEL] key LED for the selected channel lights up. The [SEL] key LED for each channel that shares the same component flashes. The selected channel name appears on the display.
Incoming AES/ EBU signal
You can check the word clock status on the Utility display. See page 34.
OUT 4 SOURCE = IN A
3. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to select an
input source to be routed to the Crossover.
OUT 4 SOURCE = IN SUM
INPUT SELECT SOURCE = ANA A/B
2. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to select an
input signal source.
INPUT SELECT SOURCE = ANA A/A
Signals are muted while they are switched between analog and digital to avoid noise.
Setting the Crossover
Input signals can be divided into specified frequency ranges to suit speaker response characteristics prior to output. The number of division is determined to 1-way through 6way, depending on the selected component.
Parameter Range Function
Adjusts the level of the signal input to the Crossover. The same Level setting is used for the output channels of a component.
4. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to set the
Thru 6dB/Oct 12dB/Oct AdjustGc 12dB/Oct Butrwrth 12dB/Oct Bessel 12dB/Oct Linkwitz 18dB/Oct AdjustGc 18dB/Oct Butrwrth 18dB/Oct Bessel 24dB/Oct AdjustGc 24dB/Oct Butrwrth 24dB/Oct Bessel 24dB/Oct Linkwitz 36dB/Oct AdjustGc 36dB/Oct Butrwrth 36dB/Oct Bessel 48dB/Oct AdjustGc 48dB/Oct Butrwrth 48dB/Oct Bessel 48dB/Oct Linkwitz
, 138.00 through +10.00dB
Selects an attenuation amount per octave, and a type of lter. If you select Thru, no lter will be applied.
HPF Refer to Step 4. LPF
Species the cutoff frequency of the high pass lter. You can set the gain for the cutoff frequency (Gc) when you select AdjustGc (Adjustable Gc) for the Type parameter.
1. Press the [X-OVER] key repeatedly until the XOver display appears on the screen.
Gc 6dB through +6dB
channel. The [SEL] key LED of the selected channel lights up, and the corresponding channel name is displayed.
3. Press the [NEXT]/[BACK] keys to select a
parameter to edit.
OUT 3 LPF TYPE =24AdjustGc
6dB through +6dB
You can set the gain for the cutoff frequency (Gc) when you select AdjustGc (Adjustable Gc) for the Type parameter.
Species the cutoff frequency of the low pass lter.
OUT 3 FREQ
LPF = 20.0kHz
OUT 1 FREQ
The output signal phase for each frequency range is inverted.
The type names are abbreviated on the SP2060 screen. For example, 24dB/Oct Bessel is displayed as 24Bessel. Gc page is displayed if you select Adjust Gc for the Type parameter.
Using libraries facilitates the recall of optimal speaker settings. Up to 60 libraries are available for each component via the DME Designer application.
parameter to On to apply the Limiter to the signal. Press the [DEC] key to set the On/ Off parameter to Off to cancel the Limiter.
54 through 0dB FAST MID SLOW MANUAL (0 120.0ms) FAST MID SLOW MANUAL 44.1kHz: 6ms46s, 48kHz: 5ms42.3s, 88.2kHz: 3ms23s, 96kHz: 3ms21.1s
Sets the threshold value.
5. Press the [NEXT]/[BACK] keys to select a
Sets the attack time.
OUT 4 THRESHOLD= -54dB
Sets the release time. If you select Fast, Mid, or Slow, the unit automatically sets the optimum value based on the maximum wave length of audio input to the Limiter.
6. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to set the
About a scene
The SP2060 enables you to store various parameter settings as part of scene, and recall them via the front panel or remotely from DME Designer. You can store the following settings in a scene: Conguration Routing Parameter sets of all components Scene titles Scene protection status INPUT A/B LINK The title of the library most recently recalled
You can protect a scene to forbid overwriting.
You can set the attack time only when Manual is selected for the Attack parameter. You can set the release time only when Manual is selected for the Release parameter.
Panel Operation Foreword Introduction to the SP2060 The Controls and Connectors Panel Operation Network Settings NO T E
After you recall a scene, if you edit a parameter, an appears in the lower right corner on the screen. icon
Scenes are stored in the preset area and user area. Preset area There is a preset scene for each of 12 configurations. These scenes are numbered 1 through 12. Each scene title has the same name as the corresponding configuration title.
No.1. [3x2way No.2. [3x2way L No.3. [2x(2way+Sub) No.4. [2x(2way+Sub)L No.5. [2x2way+2xAux No.6. [2x2way+2xAux L No.7. [2x3way No.8. [2x3way L No.9. [4way+2xAux No.10. [5way+Aux No.11. [6way No.12. [Multi Zone ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ]
Recalling a scene
Follow the steps below to recall a scene (199):
You can also recall a scene using the DME Designer application.
If recalling a scene has changed the conguration, audio output will be muted momentarily.
1. Press the [SCENE] key to select the Scene
User area The user area can accommodate up to 87 user scenes, which you can store and recall at your discretion. These scenes are numbered 13 through 99. Scene indication
Scene number Scene property Title
25:FOH(Event A) [2x(2way+SUB)L]
2. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to select a
scene number. While you are selecting a scene, the scene number and title will be flashing.
A short cut to turn on the User Lock function is to hold down the [MUTE] key for two seconds or longer. A short cut to turn off the User Lock function is to hold down the [MUTE] key for two seconds or longer.
You can mute or unmute, or cancel User Lock even if the User Lock function is turned on. The User Lock function is effective only for the panel controls on the SP2060, and does not affect any control signals from external devices.
Setting the Last Memory Resume
You can select whether at the startup the SP2060 recalls the scene selected before you turned off the power to the device, or it starts up with the same status as when it was shut down last time. The default setting is ON. OFF: At the startup, the SP2060 will recall the scene selected before you turned off the power to the device. ON: The SP2060 will start up with the same status as when it was shut down last time.
repeatedly until the User Lock page appears.
USER LOCK OFF
repeatedly until the Last Memory Resume page appears.
3. Press the [INC] key to turn User Lock on. To
cancel User Lock, press the [DEC] key. ON flashes on the screen.
LAST MEM. RESUME ON
Panel Operation Foreword Introduction to the SP2060 The Controls and Connectors Panel Operation Network Settings References NO T E
You cannot edit the label on the SP2060. Up to 14 characters from the top can be displayed.
3. Press the [INC] key so that the SP2060 will
start up with the same status as when it was shut down last time. Press the [DEC] key so that at the startup the SP2060 will recall the scene selected before you turned off the power to the device. ON flashes on the screen.
Displaying word clock
Word clock changes in accordance with input routing settings. You can view the current word clock status on the display. One of the following six word clock sources will be displayed: For analog input signals: The internal clock (Fs=96kHz) is used. INT:96kHz : Internal clock (96kHz) For digital input signals: The SP2060 synchronizes to an external clock (input at the AES/EBU connector). EXT:44.1kHz : External clock (44.1kHz) EXT:48kHz : External clock (48kHz) EXT:88.2kHz : External clock (88.2kHz) EXT:96kHz : External clock (96kHz) EXT:UNLOCK : Unlock to external clock
Subnet mask is xed at 255.255.255.0. Gateway address is the same network address as the IP address. The host address is automatically set to 254.
repeatedly until the Device Group page appears.
You cannot specify 0, 127, and 223 through 255 for the 1st octet of the network address. You can specify the following range of values for the 4th octet. Master : 2253 Slave : 3253
DEVICE GROUP MASTER
repeatedly until the IP Address page appears.
3. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to select
MASTER or SLAVE. When you change the setting, the parameter setting flashes.
IP ADDRESS 192.168.000.002
DEVICE GROUP SLAVE
3. Press the [NEXT]/[BACK] keys to move the
cursor to an octet you want to specify.
DEVICE GROUP ARE YOU SURE?
value. When you change the value, the octet flashes.
5. Press the [NEXT] key to move the cursor to 5. To conrm the setting, press the [YES] key.
The selection is applied and the unit returns to the Device Group page. the icon, then press the [YES] key. A confirmation message will appear.
IP ADDRESS ARE YOU SURE?
4. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to change the
Each group of digits between periods in an IP address is called octet. These groups of digits are called 1st octet, 2nd octet, etc., starting from the left-most digit group.
Network Settings Foreword Introduction to the SP2060 The Controls and Connectors Panel Operation Network Settings References
6. To conrm the setting, press the [YES] key.
The setting is applied and the unit returns to the IP Address page.
Setting Link Mode
Follow the steps below to select 100Base-TX or 10Base-T for the [NETWORK] connector speed.
Setting the Master ID
The SP2060 units that are assigned as slaves in a device group follow the master SP2060 in the same group via communication. Follow the steps below to set the master ID on the slave SP2060 units. Use the 4th octet of the IP address of the master unit as the Master ID parameter value.
This parameter can be set from 2 through 253.
The [NETWORK] connector basically operates as 100BaseTX, but automatically switches to 10Base-T if the network environment is not compatible with 100Base-TX.
The [NETWORK] connector is compatible with 10Base-T operation.
repeatedly until the Link Mode page appears.
repeatedly until the Master ID page appears.
LINK MODE 100BASE-TX
MASTER ID 253
3. Press the [INC] key to select 100Base-TX,
and the [DEC] key to select 10Base-T. When you change the setting, the parameter setting flashes.
3. Press the [INC]/[DEC] keys to set the
value to the same number as the 4th octet of the master SP2060 IP address.
LINK MODE 10BASE-T
MASTER ID ARE YOU SURE?
5. To conrm the setting, press the [YES] key.
The setting is applied and the unit returns to the Master ID page. To cancel the operation and return to the original setting, press the [NO] key, instead of the [YES] key.
LINK MODE ARE YOU SURE?
The unit reflects the edit and returns to the Link Mode page.
Depending on the specications of the connected network devices (such as a switching hub, router, etc.), changing Link Mode may cause the SP2060 to be unable to reconnect to the network. In this case, turn the power to the SP2060 off and then on. The SP2060 will reconnect to the network.
Network Settings Foreword SP2060 Owners Manual
Viewing the MAC Address
Follow the steps below to view the SP2060 MAC address:
In some cases, you may not need to set the MAC address via the DME-N Network driver when the SP2060 is communicating with DME Designer.
repeatedly until the MAC Address page appears. The bottom row indicates the MAC address.
MAC ADDRESS [00A0DE250123]
About Preset Libraries
LIBRARY LIST IF211264_pa_sub
Model name Drive Subwoofer usage mode
LIBRARY LIST IF2112AS_bi_moni
Model name Drive Floor monitor mode
pa. Passive mode* bi. Bi-amp mode tri. Tri-amp mode sub.. Combining with a subwoofer** moni. For a oor monitor
Yamaha Installation Series speakers are designed to be used without a speaker processor when Passive mode is selected. However, using a speaker processor will improve the performance signicantly. ** This setting is for full-range speakers. Subwoofer settings are not included.
The following table shows the settings for Yamaha Installation Series speaker IL series along with IH series.
IL1115 and IH2000/64 IL1115 and IH2000/95
Combination of IL1115 and IH2000/64 (bi-amp mode) Combination of IL1115 and IH2000/95 (bi-amp mode)
Warning and error messages
Duplicate IP Adr. Illegal MAC Adr. Invalid IP Adr. Network Error
Duplicate IP addresses. An illegal MAC address has been encountered. The IP address is not set properly. A cable is disconnected, the power to the connected switching hub or router is turned off, or a cable is not in proper condition. MAC address not specied. The internal battery is completely discharged or not installed. The internal battery is almost discharged. Your data may be lost.
Change the IP addresses so that there are no duplicates. This could be due to a hardware malfunction. Refer this problem to a contact a Yamaha dealer. Set an appropriate network IP address. Connect the cables properly, and make sure that the hub and/or router are operating correctly. This could be due to a hardware malfunction. Refer this problem to a Yamaha dealer. If you turn off the power to the unit, the current settings will be lost and reset to the default values. Stop operating the unit, and contact a Yamaha dealer for battery replacement. If you turn off the power to the unit, the current settings may be lost and reset to the default values. Stop operating the unit, and contact a Yamaha dealer for battery replacement. This does not affect the operation of the unit. However, if you continue using the unit, the settings may be lost and reset to the default values. Contact a Yamaha dealer for battery replacement at your earliest convenience. Do NOT turn power off while the unit is displaying this message. If the update attempt repeatedly fails, there may be a hardware malfunction. Refer this problem to a Yamaha dealer. Recall the scene again. If the problem persists, contact a Yamaha dealer. This could be due to a hardware malfunction. Refer this problem to a Yamaha dealer. Save the current setting by using DME Designer, then initialize the unit. If the problem persists, contact a Yamaha dealer. Recheck all word clock connections and internal parameters. Use DME Designer to go off-line, create a conguration that correctly matches the actual conguration, and then go back on-line to synchronize the conguration. Save the current setting by using DME Designer, then initialize the unit. If the problem persists, contact a Yamaha dealer.
No MAC Adr.
The backup battery voltage is low.
Make sure that the cable is properly connected. Refer to the DME Designer Installation Guide. Install and set up the DME-N Network driver. Turn off the Mute function (see page 36).
There is too much network trafc. Communication is very slow.
Normal Rate: 44.1, 48 kHz (0.1%) Double Rate: 88.2, 96 kHz (0.1%) 96 kHz Less than 761 sec (INPUT to OUTPUT @Fs=96kHz) Key indicators x 9 MUTE indicators (INPUT A/B, OUTPUT 16) 6-segment LED level meters (INPUT A/B, OUTPUT 16)
Signal Delay Indicators
Power Consumption Dimensions (HxDxW)
30 W 44 x 361 x 480 mm 4.2 kg Operating: 5 to 40 C Storage: 20 to 60 C AC power cord, Rubber feet x 4, Owners manual
Net Weight Temperature Range Included Accessories
Output impedance of signal generator: 150
INPUT A, B
Fs=96kHz@20Hz40kHz, reference to the nominal output level @1kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion
INPUT A, B DIGITAL INPUT AES/EBU
Fs=96kHz, +4dBu@20Hz40kHz Fs=96kHz, +22dBu@1kHz Fs=48kHz@1kHz, Input level: 1dBFS
0.05 0.007 0.015
* Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with a 18dB/octave lter @80kHz.
Hum & Noise
OUTPUT 16 OUTPUT 16
Fs=96kHz, Rs=150 Fs=48kHz, Input level: dBFS
*Hum & Noise are measured with a 6dB/octave lter @12.7kHz; equivalent to a 20kHz lter with innite dB/octave attenuation.
*Dynamic range is measured with a 6dB/octave lter @12.7kHz; equivalent to a 20kHz lter with innite dB/octave attenuation.
INPUT A assigned to OUTPUT 1, 3 or 5 INPUT B assigned to OUTPUT 2, 4 or 6 INPUT A assigned to OUTPUT 1, 3 or 5 INPUT B assigned to OUTPUT 2, 4 or 6
INPUT A INPUT B
OUTPUT 2, 4, 6 OUTPUT 1, 3, 5
*Crosstalk is measured with a 18dB/octave lter @80kHz.
LED Level Meters
Metering points Conditions
OVER red LED: On 6 amber LED: On 12 amber LED: On INPUT A, B 18 amber LED: On 30 green LED: On 48 green LED: On OVER red LED: On LIMIT amber LED: On 6 green LED: On OUTPUT green LED: On 18 green LED: On 40 green LED: On *The LED turns on when the internal limiter is activated. 40 dBFS dBFS dBFS LIMIT* 6 dBFS dBFS dBFS dBFS dBFS
dBFS dBFS dBFS
Analog Input Characteristics
Input Terminals Actual Load Impedance
+4 dBu (1.23 V)
Max. before clip
+24 dBu (12.28 V) XLR-3-31 type (balanced) *1
*1. XLR-3-31 type connectors with latches are balanced. (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD) *2. In these specications, 0 dBu is referenced to 0.775 Vrms. *3. All AD converters are 24-bit linear, 64-times oversampling. (Fs=96kHz)
Analog Output Characteristics
Actual Load Impedance
For Use With Nominal
Input level Nominal
+24 dBu (12.28 V)
XLR-3-32 type (balanced) *1
*1. XLR-3-32 type connectors are balanced. (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD) *2. In these specications, 0 dBu is referenced to 0.775 Vrms. *3. All DA converters are 24-bit linear, 128-times oversampling (Fs=48kHz) or 64-times oversampling (Fs=96kHz).
Digital Input Characteristics
DIGITAL INPUT AES/EBU
XLR-3-31 type (balanced) *1 *2
*1. XLR-3-31 type connector with latch is balanced. (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD) *2. Only Double Speed Format is supported at 96 kHz. Double Channel or Single Format is not supported.
Control I/O Characteristics
Connector Pin Assignment
[NETWORK] Connector (100Base-TX Ethernet, RJ-45)
TxD+ TxDRxD+ Unused Unused RxDUnused Unused
Rubber feet are included in the package. Unit: mm
European models Purchaser/User Information specified in EN55103-1 and EN55103-2. Inrush Current: 35A Conforms to Environments: E1,E2,E3 and E4.
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[INC/YES]/[DEC/NO] Keys.. 21 100Base-TX... 38 10Base-T... x (2-way + Sub)... x (2-way + Sub) Link.. x 2-way + 2 x Aux... x 2-way + 2 x Aux Link... x 3-way... x 3-way Link.. x 2-way... x 2-way Link... way +2 x Aux.. 13 5-way + Aux... 14 6-way... 15 Device Group page...37 [DIGITAL INPUT] Connector (AES/EBU)..22 Dimensions...49 Display...21 Displaying the current library..28 Displaying the firmware version..35 Displaying the label...34 Displaying word clock..34 DME Designer...7
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