MTX3, MTX5-D, XMV Series, EXi8, EXo8
Remote Control Protocol Specifications
Version 1.3.0
Release November 11th, 2014
This specification document applies to MTX3, MTX5-D, XMV, EXi8,
and EXo8 V1.30 and later.
0. Revision History
Version
V1.0.0
V1.0.1
Date
Sep. 1, 2013
Sep. 25, 2013
V1.0.2
Jan.14, 2014
V1.0.3
May 23, 2014
V1.3.0
Nov. 1, 2014
Section
7
7
8
3.1
3.1
3.2.4
3.2.4, 3.4.3
3.2.4, 3.4.3
3.3.1
3.3.3
3.4.3
4
4
6
7
7
7
8
3.3.1, 4
Description
Initial version
Added note (*1) to XMV "InputSelect" parameter
Added *2 to XMV "ATT" and "DigitalATT"
Separated Meter List of EXi8 and EXo8
Added Heart beat command
Added explanation for escape character
Added note for "1-10) Time synchronization notification <Old format>"
Added time set and get commands
Added DST related commands
Added note for "2-1) Device run mode query"
Modified description text and added note for "2-9) Keepalive activation setting"
Added alert event log related commands
Fixed text "devstatus devmode" to "devstatus runmode" in communication start process explanation
Fixed communication start process flow diagram
Added parameter value detail for MY4-AEC (table 12, 13, 14)
Added parameter "MYInsert 16 Channel" to Parameter List
Added MY4-AEC parameters to Parameter List
Amend description for parameter "Power" in XMV Parameter List
Added MY4-AEC address to Meter List
Added clarification of [devstatus runmode] command, which is necessary to establish remote control
communication.
1.3.1, 1.3.2 Increased total number of remote controller devices which can simultaneously access the MTX
system.
3.1
Fixed some incorrect values in the "Normalized Value" column of the table, and in the note below the
table.
3.3.5
Added "setr" command, which allows relative inc/dec level control.
6
Added "value to data" tables for fader parameters.
7
Added comments in remarks column for when "setr" command is available.
7
Added "DigitalInputSensitivity" parameter for XMV
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1. Setup
1.1. Connection Procedure
Connection when using the NETWORK connector to perform remote control using this protocol
MTX3
Remote Controller
Ethernet
Network
Switch
Ethernet
Ethernet
Network
Switch
Ethernet
MTX5-D
Remote Controller
*Also for XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
XMV can be controlled with the protocol in this document without MTX3 or MTX5-D.
Connection when using the REMOTE connector to perform remote control using this protocol
MTX3
RS-232C (Crossover cable)
Remote Controller
MTX5-D
RS-232C (Crossover cable)
Remote Controller
*XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 do not have REMOTE connectors
1.2. Configuring the Remote Controller
MTX3 and MTX5-D can be controlled from an external controller through the Ethernet (NETWORK) connector and RS-232C
(REMOTE) connector.
XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 can be controlled from an external controller through the Ethernet (NETWORK) connector.
The configuration on the remote controller side for each type of connection is shown below.
Ethernet (NETWORK connector) control
IP Address: Specify the IP address of the device you want to control.
IP Port No.: 49280
RS-232C (REMOTE connector) control
Bit Rate: The specified bit rate.
Data: 8 bits
Parity: none
Stop bit: 1 bit
Flow Control : none
RS-232C port pin assignment
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Name
NC
RxD
TxD
DTR
GND
In/Out
In
Out
Out
-
Pin
6
7
8
9
Name
DSR
RTS
CTS
NC
In/Out
In
Out
In
-
*Pin 4 and Pin 6 are connected internally.
*Pin 7 and Pin 8 are connected internally.
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1. Setup
1.3. Device Configuration
1.3.1. MTX3 and MTX5-D
MTX3 and MTX5-D can be controlled from an external controller through a NETWORK and RS-232C connector.
Up to nine remote controller devices can connect simultaneously to one MTX device, eight via the NETWORK connector and
one via the RS232 connector.
The procedure to configure the second control port of MTX3 and MTX5-D is shown below, this is found in MTX Editor - System
Menu- > Remote control.
(1)
(2)
(1) Select an MTX within the MTX system.
(2) Select BIT RATE of 38400 or 115200 for RS-232C control
After selecting all the parameters, click OK to complete the procedure.
*In the case of the MTX5-D NETWORK remote control connection, either network connector (Primary or Secondary) can be
used when DANTE Daisy Chain mode is selected.
If using DANTE Redundant mode, only the Primary network connection and/or RS-232C connection can be used for remote
control.
1.3.2. XMV, EXi8 and EXo8
XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 can be controlled via an external device through a NETWORK connector.
Up to eight remote controller devices can connect simultaneously.
As remote control of XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 is performed via the NETWORK connector only, there is no requirement to configure
the port using MTX Editor for remote control.
When XMV, Exi8 and EXo8 are connected and controlled from MTX3 or MTX5-D, up to seven remote controller devices can be
used for these devices.
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2. Command List
1. Commands from a device sent to a remote controller
No.
1-1 Device status change
1-2 notification
1-3
Reply from device
NOTIFY devstatus runmode ...
NOTIFY devstatus error ...
NOTIFY devstatus fs ...
1-4
1-5
NOTIFY devstatus lockstatus ...
NOTIFY set ...
NOTIFY setn ...
NOTIFY set(setn) MTX:EvntScd_On ...
NOTIFY mtr ...
NOTIFY sscurrent ...
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
Request details
Device run mode notification
Device error status notification
Current Fs (sampling frequency) setting
notification
Current word clock status notification
Parameter change
Parameter change notification raw value
notification
Parameter change notification normalized value
Scheduler on/off change notification
Meter change notification Meter information notification
Current snapshot (preset) Current snapshot (preset) number change
number change notification notification
Event processing change Media insertion notification
notification
Time synchronization notification <old format>
Time synchronization notification <new format>
DST enable change notification
DST offset time change notification
DST start time change notification
DST end time change notification
DST start/end day change notification (day/week)
DST start/end day change notification (day)
Song play mode notification
1-19
1-20
1-21
Play, stop, and other transport operation
notification
Playback song notification
MTX Editor synchronization processing
notification
Remarks
"emergency" is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
NOTIFY event MTX:Media ...
NOTIFY event MTX:AbsoluteTime ...
NOTIFY event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime…
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEnable…
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetOffset…
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetStartTime…
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEndTime…
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek…
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDay…
NOTIFY event MTX:
AudioPlayerSetPlayMode ...
NOTIFY event MTX:
AudioPlayerTransport ...
NOTIFY event MTX:
AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong ...
NOTIFY event MTX:
SynchronizationSetStatus ...
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
Command string
devstatus runmode
devstatus error
devstatus fs
devstatus lockstatus
devmode normal
devmode emergency
scpmode encoding ...
Remarks
"emergency" is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
2. Commands for controlling a device
No.
2-1 Device status query
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5 Device run mode change
2-6 MTX external control
protocol run mode setting
2-7
2-8
2-9
2-10 Parameter query
2-11
2-12
2-13 Parameter setting
2-14
2-15
2-16
2-17 Meter control
2-18
2-19 Snapshot (preset)
2-20 processing
Request details
Device run mode query
Device error status query
Current Fs (sampling frequency) status query
Current word clock status query
Normal run mode change
Emergency run mode change
Result and change notification character
encoding setting
Value notification mode setting
Normalization resolution setting
Keepalive activation setting
Raw value parameter query
Normalized value parameter query
Scheduler status notification
Raw value parameter setting
Normalized value parameter setting
Relative value parameter setting
(INC/DEC level control)
Scheduler setting
Transmission request
Stop request
Snapshot (preset) current number query
Snapshot (preset) recall processing
scpmode valuetype ...
scpmode resolution ...
scpmode keepalive ...
get ...
getn ...
get(getn,gett) MTX:EvntScd_On ...
set ...
setn ...
setr…
set(setn,sett) MTX:EvntScd_On ...
mtrstart ...
mtrstop ...
sscurrent ...
ssrecall ...
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
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2. Command List
3. Extended commands
No.
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
3-10
3-11
3-12
3-13
3-14
3-15
3-16
3-17
3-18
3-19
3-20
3-21
3-22
3-23
3-24
3-25
3-26
3-27
3-28
3-29
3-30
3-31
3-32
3-33
3-34
3-35
3-36
3-37
3-38
3-39
3-40
3-41
3-42
3-43
Product information
query request
Snapshot list (preset)
recall processing
Event processing
request
Request details
MTX external control protocol version query
Parameter set version query
Firmware version query
Product name query
Serial number query
Device ID query
Device name query
Number of snapshot (preset) lists
Nth preset information
Time synchronization
Time synchronization
Time query
DST enable/disable setting
DST enable/disable query
DST status query
DST offset time setting
DST offset time query
DST start time setting
DST start time query
DST end time setting
DST end time query
DST start/end day setting (day/week)
DST start/end day query (day/week)
DST start/end day setting (day)
DST start/end day query (day)
DST start/end day setting query
Current folder information (for list) query
Current folder move (for list) query
Folder name query
File name query
Folder name list: Multiple Folder name query
File name list query
Song play mode query
Song play mode setting
Song playback status query
Play, stop, and other transport operation
Currently playing or selected song
information query
Playback song designation
MTX Editor synchronization processing query
Number of alert event log query
Alert event log query
Query for alert event log as list
Clear alert event log
Data
devinfo protocolver ...
devinfo paramsetver ...
devinfo version ...
devinfo productname ...
devinfo serialno ...
devinfo deviceid ...
devinfo devicename ...
ssnum ...
ssinfo ...
event MTX:AbsoluteTime ...
event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime ...
event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime ...
event MTX:DSTSetEnable…
event MTX:DSTGetEnable…
event MTX:DSTGetStatus…
event MTX:DSTSetOffset…
event MTX:DSTGetOffset…
event MTX:DSTSetStartTime…
event MTX:DSTGetStartTime…
event MTX:DSTSetEndTime…
event MTX:DSTGetEndTime…
event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek…
event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek…
event MTX:DSTSetDay…
event MTX:DSTGetDay…
event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting…
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong ...
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong ...
event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus ...
event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber…
event MTX:EventLogGetLog…
event MTX:EventLogGetLogList…
event MTX:EventLogClear…
Remarks
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
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3. Command Specifications
3. Command Specifications
3.1. Basic Command Specifications
Below is the syntax of commands exchanged between a device and remote controller.
<command name> <option 1> <option 2> . . . <option n> <new line>
-Each command must end with LF (0x0A).
-LF (0x0A) code can be sent as heart-beat command.
Refer to section 3.3.3: "2-9) Keepalive activation setting" for description of run mode setting, which describes the use of this heart-beat
command.
-Character type letter(s) in command line must be bracketed by double quotations.
When double quotation itself needs to be included in command line, use "escape character" as shown below.
Backslash works as an escape character to express following one character for double quotation and backslash.
Syntax
\\
\"
Meaning
\
"
Description
backslash
double quotation
-At least one space is necessary between a command name and an option and between options.
-Commands must be expressed using ASCII characters. Other characters are not allowed.
-Option strings that express parameter values are shown below.
Value
-Infinity
-18dB
-6.5dB
0dB
10dB
2kHz
400Hz
Pan L 63
Pan Center
Pan R 63
Displayed string
"-INFINITY"
"-18.00"
"-6.50"
"0.00"
"10.00"
"2.00k"
"400"
"L63"
"C"
"R63"
ON
"ON"
OFF
"OFF"
INVERTED
NORMAL
"INVERTED"
"NORMAL"
Raw value
-13801
-1800
-650
0
1000
2000
400
-63
0
+63
0
1
0
1
1
0
Normalized value
0
453
677
804
1000
667
435
0
500
1000
500
1000
0
1000
1000
0
*For other parameters, see section 6, "Parameter Value Details," provided later.
*Normalized value is a converted value when minimum value of the parameter is as 0 and maximum value of the parameter is as 1000*1.
Example: -inf as minimum mapped 0, 10dB as maximum mapped 1000, 0dB mapped 804 for level parameter.
*1: This value is set by 2-8) Normalization resolution setting, default resolution is 1000.
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3. Command Specifications
3.2. Commands a Device Sends to a Remote Controller
3.2.1. Device status change notification
1-1) Device run mode notification
Command
NOTIFY devstatus
Example:
Option 1
runmode
Option 2
"emergency"
"update"
"normal"
Description
Emergency run mode
Update mode
Normal run mode
Notification: NOTIFY devstatus runmode "normal"
Meaning: The run mode was changed to normal mode.
1-2) Device error status notification
Command
NOTIFY devstatus
Option 1
error
Option 2
"flt/xxxx"
"err/xxxx"
"wrn/xxxx"
Description
Alert fault information
Alert error information
Alert warning information
"flt/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
The first three characters indicate the alert type.
Alert message (The section from "/" to "//" after the alert type is the message data.)
. . . up to 32 characters (ascii characters)
Alert number (panel display number)
. . . 2 or 3 digit hexadecimal notation (The x at the front indicates hexadecimal notation.)
Alert on/off
...P
ersistent alerts turn on when an alert condition occurs and turn off when they are cleared.
Single-shot alerts turn on while an alert condition is true.
sssss = Identical alert count (a counter that indicates the number of identical alerts, normally set to 1)
. . . Decimal notation
xxx = UNIT ID number . . . 3-digit hexadecimal
Date
Time
Details:
"flt/xxxx" =
"err/xxxx" =
"wrn/xxxx" =
message =
nnn =
onf =
Example:
Notification: NOTIFY devstatus error "err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1) ID-001 2013/1/22 11:38:23"
Meaning: Error alert 53 occurred.
1-3) Current Fs (sampling frequency) setting notification
Command
NOTIFY devstatus
Example:
Option 1
fs
Option 2
"unknown"
44.1kHz
"48kHz"
Description
Fs undefined
44.1kHz
48kHz
Notification: NOTIFY devstatus fs "44.1kHz"
Meaning: Fs was changed to 44.1 kHz.
1-4) Current word clock status notification
Command
NOTIFY devstatus
Example:
Option 1
lockstatus
Option 2
"unlock"
"lock"
Description
Unlock
Lock
Notification: NOTIFY devstatus lockstatus "lock"
Meaning: Word clock was locked.
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3. Command Specifications
3.2.2. Parameter change notification
1-5) Parameter change notification raw value
Parameter change notification normalized value
Command
NOTIFY set
Option 1
Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5
MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/ 0
0
"(value)" "(string)"
PrmNo/IndexNo
NOTIFY setn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/ 0
0
"(value)" "(string)"
PrmNo/IndexNo
Details:
Example:
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
"(value)" =
"(string)" =
Description
Parameter change
raw value
Parameter change
normalized value
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
Notification: NOTIFY set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
Meaning: DCA Fader 1ch level was changed to "-77.60."
1-6) Scheduler on/off change notification
Command
NOTIFY set(setn)
Option 1
Option 2
MTX:EvntScd_On 0
Option 3
0
Option 5
1
0
Option 4
"1"
"0"
Description
Scheduler on
Scheduler off
Option 2
level
gr
hold
Option 3
(meter)
Description
Level meter value
gr meter value
Hold meter value
*For setn, option 4 is expressed using a normalized value.
Example:
Notification: NOTIFY set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 "1"
Meaning: The scheduler was turned on.
1-7) Parameter change notification
Command
NOTIFY mtr
Option 1
MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter
MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/hold
Details:
MemNo = See section 8, "Meters."
UniqueId = See section 8, "Meters."
(meter) = See section 5, "Meter Values."
Example:
Notification: NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
* The meter value is expressed using a 2-digit hexadecimal.
Meaning: Output levels for ch1 to 8 Level are sent.
3.2.3. Current snapshot (preset) number change notification
1-8) Current snapshot (preset) number change notification
Command
NOTIFY sscurrent
Details:
Example:
Option 1
(index)
Description
Current preset number change notification
(index) = Current preset index number
Notification: NOTIFY sscurrent 10
Meaning: Current preset was changed to index 10 (preset 10).
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3. Command Specifications
3.2.4. Event processing change notification
1-9) Media insertion notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Option 1
MTX:Media
Option 2
"sdcard=inserted"
"sdcard=extracted"
Description
An SD memory card was inserted.
An SD memory card was removed.
Example:
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:Media "sdcard=inserted"
Meaning: An SD memory card was inserted into an SD memory card slot and was detected normally.
* SD Card should not be removed when the MTX is powered on.
1-10) Time synchronization notification <Old format>
Command
NOTIFY event
Option 1
MTX:AbsoluteTime
Details:
yyyy =
mm =
dd =
hh =
mm =
ss =
Year (Gregorian)
Month (1 to 12)
Day (1 to 31)
Hour (0 to 23)
Minute (0 to 59)
Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Example:
Note:
Option 2
"yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
Description
Time synchronization notification
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:AbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 10:58:19"
Meaning: The time was set to January 25, 2013, 10 hours 58 minutes 19 seconds.
This command’s option1 string "MTX:AbsoluteTime" is retained to keep compatibility with previous programming using
the previous protocol. The command’s function is identical to the new format shown below.
Device sends both format commands when time is set in order to keep compatibility with program which done for old
format in past.
Ignore this command and process new format command in new program.
1-11) Time synchronization notification <New format>
Command
NOTIFY event
Option 1
MTX:SetAbsoluteTime
Details:
yyyy =
mm =
dd =
hh =
mm =
ss =
Year (Gregorian)
Month (1 to 12)
Day (1 to 31)
Hour (0 to 23)
Minute (0 to 59)
Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Example:
Option 2
"yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
Description
Time synchronization notification
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 10:58:19"
Meaning: The time was set to January 25, 2013, 10 hours 58 minutes 19 seconds
1-12) DST enable change notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Example:
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetEnable
Option 2
"enable"
"disable"
Description
DST enable
DST disable
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable"
Meaning: DST was enabled
1-13) DST offset time change notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Details:
Example:
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetOffset
Option 2
"offset=hh:mm"
Description
DST offset time change notification
hh = Hour (0 to 2)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetOffset "01:00"
Meaning: DST offset was set one hour
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3. Command Specifications
1-14) DST start time change notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Details:
Example:
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetStartTime
Option 2
"time=hh:mm"
Description
DST start time change notification
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: DST start time was set to 12:00
1-15) DST end time change notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetEndTime
Details:
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example:
Option 2
"time=hh:mm"
Description
DST end time change notification
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: DST end time was set to 12:00
1-16) DST start/end day change notification (day/week)
Command
NOTIFY event
Details:
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetDayWeek
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
uuuu =
vvvv =
wwww =
Option 2
Description
"s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|s_month=zzzz|
DST start/end day change
e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww" notification (day/week)
Start week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
Start day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
End week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
End day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Example:
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|
e_weekindex=Last|e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
Meaning: DST start/end days were set as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
1-17) DST start/end day change notification (day)
Command
NOTIFY event
Details:
Example:
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetDay
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Option 2
"s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|e_month=zzzz|
e_date=wwww"
Description
DST start/end day change
notification (day)
Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Start day (1 ~ 31)
End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
End day (1 ~ 31)
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
Meaning: DST start day was set to March 10th and DST end day was set to Novenber 3rd
1-18) Song play mode notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Example:
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode
Option 2
"playmode=one"
"playmode=repeat one"
"playmode=all"
"playmode=repeat all"
"playmode=shuffle"
Description
One song play mode
One song repeat
All song play
All songs repeat
Shuffle repeat
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=repeat one"
Meaning: The play mode was changed to one song repeat.
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1-19) Play, stop, and other transport operation notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Example:
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerTransport
Option 2
"operation=stop"
"operation=play"
"operation=pause"
Description
Stop
Play
Pause
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop"
Meaning: Playback was paused.
1-20) Playback song notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Details:
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Example:
Notification:
Meaning:
Note:
Option 2
Description
"dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|fileindex= Playback song designation
zzzz|filename=wwww"
Directory path (index expression)
Directory name (name of the folder)
File index
File name
NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong
"dirpath=0/1|dirname=Folder #1|fileindex=2|filename=xxxx.mp3"
The playback song was set to index number 1 "xxxx.mp3" in the "Folder #1" folder of 0/1
(index expression).
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always fixed at 0).
The character encoding for directory and file names conforms to the setting specified by the scpmode encoding
command.
1-21) MTX Editor synchronization processing notification
Command
NOTIFY event
Example:
Note:
Option 1
MTX:SynchronizationSetStatus
Option 2
Description
Synchronization start
Synchronization end
"active"
"inactive"
Notification: NOTIFY event MTX:SynchronizationSetStatus "active"
Meaning: Synchronization processing was started between MTX and MTX Editor.
When this notification is received, because the internal MTX settings may have changed significantly, we recommend
that you verify the connection by querying relevant parameters.
3.3. Commands for controlling a device
3.3.1. Device status query
2-1) Device run mode query
Command
devstatus
Option 1
runmode
Description
Queries the run mode
Response
Response string
OK devstatus runmode "emergency"
OK devstatus runmode "update"
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Note:
Description
Emergency run mode
Update mode
Normal run mode
devstatus runmode
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Query the run mode.
The device is currently in normal run mode.
After device responds with -OK devstatus runmode "normal"-, device starts to send commands.
In order to establish remote control communication, the external controller must send [devstatus runmode] command
to the device and await response. When the device responds as [OK devstatus runmode "normal"], the device is ready
to receive commands.
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2-2) Device error status query
Command
devstatus
Option 1
error
Description
Queries the error status
Response
Response string
OK devstatus error "none"
OK devstatus error "flt/xxxx"
OK devstatus error "err/xxxx"
OK devstatus error "wrn/xxxx"
Description
No alerts
fault alert
error alert
warning alert
"flt/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
The first three characters indicate the alert type.
Alert message (The section from "/" to "//" after the alert type is the message data.)
. . . up to 32 characters (ascii characters)
Alert number (panel display number)
. . . 2 or 3 digit hexadecimal notation (The x at the front indicates hexadecimal notation.)
Alert on/off
...P
ersistent alerts turn on when an alert condition occurs and turn off when they are cleared.
Single-shot alerts turn on while an alert condition is true.
sssss = Identical alert count (a counter that indicates the number of identical alerts, normally set to 1)
. . . Decimal notation
xxx = UNIT ID number . . . 3- digit hexadecimal
Date
Time
Details:
"flt/ xxxx" =
"err/ xxxx" =
"wrn/ xxxx" =
message =
nnn =
onf =
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
devstatus error
OK devstatus error "err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1) ID-001 2013/1/22 11:38:23"
Query the alert status.
Error alert 53 is occurring.
2-3) Current Fs (sampling frequency) status query
Command
devstatus
Option 1
fs
Description
Queries Fs
Response
Response string
OK devstatus fs "unknown"
OK devstatus fs "44.1kHz"
OK devstatus fs "48kHz"
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Fs undefined
44.1kHz
48kHz
devstatus fs
OK devstatus fs "44.1kHz"
Query Fs.
The current Fs is 44.1 kHz.
2-4) Current word clock status query
Command
devstatus
Option 1
lockstatus
Description
Queries the word clock lock status
Response
Response string
OK devstatus lockstatus "unlock"
OK devstatus lockstatus "lock"
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Unlock
Lock
devstatus lockstatus
OK devstatus lockstatus "lock"
Query the word clock lock status.
Locked
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3.3.2. Device run mode query
2-5) Emergency run mode change
Command
Option 1
devmode
normal
emergency
Description
Sets the run mode to normal
Sets the run mode to emergency
Response
Response string
OK devmode normal
OK devmode emergency
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Normal run mode change complete
Emergency run mode change complete
devmode emergency
OK devmode emergency
Change to emergency mode.
Run mode was changed to emergency.
3.3.3. MTX external control protocol run mode setting
2-6) Result and change notification character encoding setting
Command
scpmode
Option 1
encoding
Option 2
ascii
utf8
Description
ASCII encoding mode (default setting)
UTF-8 encoding mode
Response
Response string
OK scpmode encoding ascii
OK scpmode encoding utf8
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
ASCII encoding mode change complete
UTF-8 encoding mode change complete
scpmode encoding utf8
OK scpmode encoding utf8
Change the result and change notification encoding code to UTF-8.
The encoding mode was changed to UTF-8.
2-7) Value notification mode setting
Command
scpmode
Option 1
valuetype
Option 2
raw
normalized
Description
Raw value mode (default setting)
Normalized value mode
Response
Response string
OK scpmode valuetype raw
OK scpmode valuetype normalized
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Raw value mode change complete
Normalized value mode change complete
scpmode valuetype normalized
OK scpmode valuetype normalized
Change parameter change notifications to normalized value mode.
Parameter change notifications were changed to normalized value mode.
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2-8) Normalization resolution setting
Command
scpmode
Details:
Option 1
resolution
Option 2
(res)
Description
Resolution for normalized value notifications
(default setting = 1000)
(res) = Resolution for normalized values
Response
Response string
OK scpmode resolution xxxx
Details:
Description
The resolution for normalized value notifications
xxxx = Specified resolution
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
* Specified resolution should be more than 100.
scpmode resolution 128
OK scpmode resolution 128
Set the resolution of normalized values for setn commands to 128.
The resolution of normalized values for setn commands was set to 128.
2-9) Keepalive activation setting
Command
scpmode
Option 1
keepalive
Option 2
(interval)
Details:
(interval) = Timeout value (msec)
Description
Maximum interval for a client to send some kind of message,
including heart beats (default setting = disabled)
* Timeout value should be more than 1000.
* The actual timeout value will be increased by 1 second.
Response
Response string
OK scpmode keepalive xxxx
Details:
xxxx = The specified timeout value (msec)
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Note:
Description
Keepalive activated notification
scpmode keepalive 2000
OK scpmode keepalive 2000
Set the timeout value to 2000 msec (2 seconds).
The timeout value was set to 2000 msec (2 seconds).
When unexpected disconnection happens, remote controller can’t finish communication with closing process.
In such case, device has to keep status "connected" and remote controller can’t establish new connection after that.
In order to prevent the situation above, device watches keepalive command if connection with remote controller is still
alive.
If device doesn’t receive keepalive command within timeout value which is set by this command, device terminates
connection by itself.
After the Keepalive activation command has been activated, the Remote controller must send any command or
LF(0x0A) code as a heart beat to the device within the timeout value.
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3.3.4. Parameter query
2-10) Raw value parameter query
Command
get
Details:
Option 1
MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/
Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
Option 2
0
Option 3
0
Description
Raw value parameter query
request
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
Response
Response string
OK get MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
Details:
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
(value) =
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Raw value parameter query response
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
OK get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
Query the 1ch level of the DCA fader with raw values.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader is -77.60.
2-11) Normalized value parameter query
Command
getn
Details:
Option 1
MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/
Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
Option 2
0
Option 3
0
Description
Normalized value parameter
query request
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
Response
Response string
OK gen MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
Details:
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
(value) =
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Normalized value parameter query response
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
getn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
OK getn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 408
Query the 1ch level of the DCA fader with normalized values.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader is 408.
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2-12) Scheduler status query
Command
get(getn,gett)
Option 1
Option 2
MTX:EvntScd_On
0
Option 3
0
Description
Queries the scheduler status
*For getn, the response will contain a normalized value; for gett, the response will contain a text string.
Response
Response string
OK get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1
OK get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 0
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Scheduler on
Scheduler off
get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0
OK get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1
Query the scheduler status.
Enabled
3.3.5. Parameter setting
2-13) Raw value parameter setting
Command
set
Details:
Option 1
MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/
Xpos/Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
(value) =
Option 2
0
Option 3
0
Option 4
(value)
Description
Raw value parameter
setting
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
Response
Response string
OK set MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
OKm set MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
Description
Raw value parameter setting response
*If the requested parameter value is outside the range, the value is adjusted within the range and set.
If this occurs, the result notification will be OKm instead of OK.
Details:
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
(value) =
"(string)" =
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
OK set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
Set the 1ch level of the DCA fader to a raw value of -77.60.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader was set to "-77.60".
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2-14) Normalized value parameter setting
Command
setn
Details:
Option 1
MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/
Xpos/Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
(value) =
Option 2
0
Option 3
0
Option 4
(value)
Description
Normalized value
parameter setting
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
Response
Response string
OK setn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
OKm setn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
Description
Normalized value parameter setting response
*If the requested parameter value is outside the range, the value is adjusted within the range and set.
If this occurs, the result notification will be OKm instead of OK.
Details:
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
(value) =
"(string)" =
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specifications," or section 7, "Parameter Values."
setn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 408
OKm setn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 408 "-20.56"
Set the 1ch level of the DCA fader to a normalized value of 408.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader was set to "-20.56".
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2-15) Relative value parameter setting
Command
setr
Option 1
MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/
Xpos/Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
Details:
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
"(value)" =
Note:
Option 2
0
Option 3
Option 4
"(value)"
0
Description
Relative value set
command.
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
relative value to increase or decrease.
(See "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details )
This command is available only for fader type parameters. See "Remarks" column in section 7 Parameter List for
information regarding which parameters support this command.
The Parameter will be set to a new value which equals the sum of the parameter's original value and the relative value
given by this command.
The parameter value range is 0 - 1023 as shown in the "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details.
For example, when the relative value is set to 64, 16 level steps can be achieved from the remote controller.
(1024/64 = 16)
Response
Response string
OK setr MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
OKm setr MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
Description
Relative value set command response.
*When the sum of current value and relative value is outside of parameter value range (0-1023), a limiting process is
automatically applied.
In such case, "OKm" response will be sent back, instead of normal "OK" response.
Details:
MemNo =
UniqueId =
Xpos =
Ypos =
IndexNo =
"(value)" =
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
See section 7, "Parameter Values."
relative value to increase or decrease.
(See "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details )
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
setr MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 100
OK setr MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -1900
Set DCA-A Fader to+100 step increase.
The level of the DCA-A fader was set to "-19.00"dB.
2-16) Scheduler status query
Command
set(setn,sett)
Option 1
MTX:EvntScd_On 0
Option 2
Option 3
0
Option 4
1
0
Description
Scheduler on
Scheduler off
*For setn, specify a normalized value; for sett, specify option 4 with a character string.
Response
Response string
OK set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 "1"
OK set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 0 "0"
Example:
Command:
Response:
Meaning:
Description
Scheduler enabled response
Scheduler disabled response
set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1
OK set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 "1"
Enable the scheduler.
The scheduler was enabled.
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3.3.6. Meter control
2-17) Transmission request
Command
mtrstart
Details:
Option 1
Option 3
MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter (interval)
MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/hold
Description
Requests that the specified meter data be transmitted.
Requests that the specified hold meter data be transmitted.
MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
(interval) = Minimum transmission interval (msec)
Response
Response string
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/hold
Details:
Description
Meter data transmission setting complete
Hold meter data transmission setting complete
MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter 1000
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
* The meter value is expressed using a 2-digit hexadecimal.
Send the meter data of ch1 to 8 output levels at 1000 msec intervals.
A request for the ch1 to 8 output levels was received, so the data will be transmitted.
2-18) Stop request
Command
mtrstop
Details:
Option 1
MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter
MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/hold
Description
Requests that the specified meter data be stopped.
Requests that the specified hold meter data be stopped.
MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
Response
Response string
OK mtrstop MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter
OK mtrstop MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/hole
Details:
Description
Meter data stop setting complete
Hold meter data stop setting complete
MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter Values."
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
mtrstop MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter
OK mtrstop MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter
Stop the meter data of ch1 to 8 output levels.
The request to stop the meter data of ch1 to 8 output levels was received.
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3.3.7. Snapshot (preset) processing
2-19) Snapshot (preset) current number query processing
Command
Description
Queries the current preset number (index)
sscurrent
Response
Response string
OK sscurrent (index) unmodified
Description
Current preset number queried
(There is no parameter change after recalling.)
Current preset number queried
(There is a parameter change after recalling.)
OK sscurrent (index) modified
Details:
(index) = Current preset number
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
sscurrent
OK sscurrent 10 unmodified
Query the last index number (preset number) that was recalled.
The index number (preset number) is index 10 (preset 10), and no parameter has changed after
recalling.
2-20) Snapshot (preset) recall processing
Command
Option 1
ssrecall
(index)
Details:
(index) = Snapshot (preset) number
Description
Recalls the preset at the specified index from the preset list.
Response
Response string
Description
OK ssrecall (index)
Details:
Requested index
(index) = Snapshot (preset) number
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
ssrecall 1
OK ssrecall 1
Recall the preset at index 1 (preset 1).
The preset at index 1 (preset 1) was recalled.
3.4. Extended commands
3.4.1. Product information query request
3-1) MTX external control protocol version query
Command
devinfo
Option 1
protocolver
Description
Queries the MTX external control protocol version
Response
Response string
OK devinfo protocolver "xxxx"
Details:
Description
MTX external control protocol version
xxxx = Version
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
devinfo protocolver
OK devinfo protocolver "1.0.0"
Query the protocol version.
Protocol version = V1.0.0
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3-2) Parameter set version query
Command
Option 1
paramsetver
devinfo
Description
Queries the parameter set version
Response
Response string
OK devinfo paramsetver "xxxx"
Details:
Description
Parameter set version
xxxx = Version
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
devinfo paramsetver
OK devinfo paramsetver "MTX:1.2.0"
Query the parameter set version.
Parameter set version = V1.2.0
3-3) Firmware version query
Command
devinfo
Option 1
version
Description
Queries the firmware version
Response
Response string
OK devinfo version "xxxx"
Details:
Description
Firmware version
xxxx = Version
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
devinfo version
OK devinfo version "1.0.0"
Query the firmware version.
Firmware version = V1.00
3-4) Product name query
Command
devinfo
Option 1
productname
Description
Queries the product name
Response
Response string
OK devinfo productname "xxxx"
Details:
Description
Product name
xxxx = Product name
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
devinfo productname
OK devinfo productname "MTX3"
Query the product name.
Product name = "MTX3"
3-5) Serial number query
Command
devinfo
Option 1
serialno
Description
Queries the serial number
Response
Response string
OK devinfo serialno "xxxx"
Details:
Description
Serial number
xxxx = Serial number
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
devinfo serialno
OK devinfo serialno "ZA37640CHNET101001"
Query the serial number.
Serial number = "ZA37640CHNET101001"
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3-6) Device ID query
Command
Option 1
devinfo
deviceid
Description
Queries the device ID
Response
Response string
OK devinfo deviceid "xxxx"
Description
Device ID
Details:
xxxx = Device ID
* 3-digit hexadecimal
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Note:
devinfo deviceid
OK devinfo deviceid "001"
Query the device ID.
Device ID = "001"
The device ID corresponds to the UNIT ID.
3-7) Device name query
Command
Option 1
devicename
devinfo
Description
Queries the device name assigned by the user
Response
Response string
OK devinfo devicename "xxxx"
Details:
xxxx = Device name
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Note:
Description
Device name assigned by the user
devinfo devicename
OK devinfo devicename "MTX3"
Query the device name.
Device name = "MTX3"
The character encoding for the device name conforms to the setting specified by the scpmode encoding command.
3.4.2. Snapshot (preset) list recall processing
devinfo: queries the device status
3-8) Number of snapshot (preset) lists
Command
Description
Queries the number of preset lists
Response string
Description
The number of preset lists
ssnum
Response
OK ssnum (num)
Details:
(num) = Quantity
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
ssnum
OK ssnum 51
Query the number of presets.
The number of presets is 51.
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3-9) Nth preset information
Command
Option 1
ssinfo
(index)
Description
Queries the preset information at the specified index in the
preset list.
Response
Response string
OK ssinfo (index) "xxxxxx" (attrib) "yyyyyy" "zzzzzz"
Description
Preset information at the specified index in the preset list.
Details:
(index) = Requested index number
"xxxxxxx" = Text expressing the relevant preset number
(attrib) = Relevant preset attribute
preinst = preinstalled preset
reserve = reserved area
user
= user preset available
empty = empty
"yyyyyyy" = = title text of the relevant preset
"zzzzzz" = comment text of the relevant preset.
(reserved for future use. MTX does not currently use comments. "" will be returned.)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Note:
ssinfo 10
OK ssinfo 10 "10" user "Preset 10" ""
Query the contents of the preset at index 10 (preset 10).
The preset at index 10 contains
display number = "10"
title = "Preset 10"
comment = ""
and is a stored preset.
The character encoding for preset titles and comments conforms to the setting specified by the scpmode encoding
command.
3.4.3. Event processing request
3-10) Time synchronization
Command
event
Details:
yyyy =
mm =
dd =
hh =
mm =
ss =
Option 1
MTX:AbsoluteTime
Option 2
"yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
Description
Changes the time
Year (Gregorian)
Month (1 to 12)
Day (1 to 31)
Hour (0 to 23)
Minute (0 to 59)
Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AbsoluteTime "caught"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
Time change complete
event MTX:AbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 11:56:14"
OK event MTX:AbsoluteTime "caught"
Set the time to January 25, 2013, 11 hours 56 minutes 14 seconds.
The time was set.
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3-11) Time synchronization
Command
event
Details:
yyyy =
mm =
dd =
hh =
mm =
ss =
Option 1
MTX:SetAbsoluteTime
Option 2
"yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
Description
Changes the time
Year (Gregorian)
Month (1 to 12)
Day (1 to 31)
Hour (0 to 23)
Minute (0 to 59)
Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "caught"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
Time change complete
event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 11:56:14"
OK event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "caught"
Set the time to January 25, 2013, 11 hours 56 minutes 14 seconds.
The time was set.
3-12) Time query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:GetAbsoluteTime
Option 2
Description
Time query with absolute time
""
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
Description
Current time info with absolute time
Details:
yyyy =
mm =
dd =
hh =
mm =
ss =
Year (Gregorian)
Month (1 to 12)
Day (1 to 31)
Hour (0 to 23)
Minute (0 to 59)
Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime ""
OK event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime "2014/1/25 11:56:14"
Get current time with absolute time
Current time is January 25 2014, 11 hours 56 minutes 14 seconds
3-13) DST enable/disable setting
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetEnable
Option 2
Description
Set DST enable
Set DST disable
"enable"
"disable"
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable"
OK event MTX:DSTSetEnable "disable"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
DST was enabled
DST was disabled
event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable"
OK event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable"
Set DST enable
DST was enabled
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3-14) DST enable/disable query
Command
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetEnable
event
Option 2
Description
DST enable/disable query
""
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTGetEnable "enable"
OK event MTX:DSTGetEnable "disable"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
DST is enable
DST is disable
event MTX:DSTGetEnable ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetEnable "enable"
Get DST setting
DST is enable
3-15) DST status query
Command
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetStatus
event
Option 2
Description
DST status query
""
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTGetStatus "on"
OK event MTX:DSTGetStatus "off"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
Working with DST
Not working with DST
event MTX:DSTGetStatus ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetStatus "on"
Get DST working status
Working with DST
3-16) DST offset time setting
Command
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetOffset
event
Option 2
"offset=hh:mm"
Description
Set DST offset
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=hh:mm"
Description
DST offset was set
Details:
hh = Hour (0 to 2)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
(Up to 2 hours can be set)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=1:00"
OK event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=1:00"
Set DST offset to 1 hour
DST offset was set to 1 hour
3-17) DST offset time query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetOffset
Option 2
Description
Get DST offset
""
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTGetOffset "offset=hh:mm"
Details:
Description
DST offset
hh = Hour (0 to 2)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:DSTGetOffset ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetOffset "offset=01:00"
Get DST offset
DST offset was set to 1 hour
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3-18) DST start time setting
Command
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetStartTime
event
Option 2
"time=hh:mm"
Description
Set DST start time
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=hh:mm"
Details:
Description
DST start time was set
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=12:00"
OK event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=12:00"
Set DST start time to 12:00
DST start time was set to 12:00
3-19) DST start time query
Command
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetStartTime
event
Option 2
Description
Get DST start time
""
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTGetStartTime "time=hh:mm"
Details:
Description
DST start time
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:DSTGetStartTime ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetStartTime "time=12:00"
Get DST start time
DST start time is 12:00
3-20) DST end time setting
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetEndTime
Option 2
"time=hh:mm"
Description
Set DST end time
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=hh:mm"
Details:
Description
DST end time was set
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=12:00"
OK event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=12:00"
Set DST end time to 12:00
DST end time was set to 12:00
3-21) DST end time query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetEndTime
Option 2
Description
Get DST end time
""
Response
Response string
OK eventMTX:DSTGetEndTime "time=hh:mm"
Details:
Description
DST end time
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:DSTGetEndTime ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetEndTime "time=12:00"
Get DST end time
DST end time is 12:00
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3-22) DST start/end days setting (day/week)
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetDayWeek
Option 2
Description
"s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|s_month=zzzz|
Set DST start/end days by day
e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww" and week
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|
s_month=zzzz|e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww"
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
uuuu =
vvvv =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
DST start/end days by day and week was set
Start week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
Start day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
End week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
End day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|e_weekindex=Last|
e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
OK event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|
e_weekindex=Last|e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
Set DST start/end days as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
DST start/end days was set as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
3-23) DST start/end days query (day/week)
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetDayWeek
Option 2
""
Description
Get DST start/end days by day and week
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek "s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|
s_month=zzzz|e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww"
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
uuuu =
vvvv =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Note:
Description
DST start/end days by day and week
Start week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
Start day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
End week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
End day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|
e_weekindex=Last|e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
Get DST start/end days by day and week
DST start/end days is set as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
When DST is set not by "day and week" but by "day", error returns.
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3-24) DST start/end days setting (day)
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTSetDay
Option 2
"s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|e_month=zzzz|
e_date=wwww"
Description
Set DST start/end days by day
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|
e_month=zzzz|e_date=wwww"
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
DST start/end days by day was set
Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Start day (1 ~ 31)
End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
End day (1 ~ 31)
event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
OK event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
Set DST start/end days as from March 10 to November 3
DST start/end days was set as from March 10 to November 3
3-25) DST start/end days query (day)
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetDay
Option 2
""
Description
Set DST start/end days by day
Response
Response string
Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetDay "s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|e_month=zzzz|e_date=wwww" DST start/end days by day
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Note:
Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Start day (1 ~ 31)
End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
End day (1 ~ 31)
event MTX:DSTGetDay ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
Get DST start/end days by date
DST start/end days is from March 10 to November 3
When DST is set not by "day" but by "day and week", error returns.
3-26) DST start/end days setting query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:DSTGetDaySetting
Option 2
""
Description
Get DST start/end days format, "day
and week" or "day"
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting "setting=dayweek"
OK event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting "setting=day"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
DST start/end days are set by "day and week"
DST start/end days are set by "day"
event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting ""
OK event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting "setting=dayweek"
Get DST start/end days format, "day and week" or "day"
DST start/end days were set by "day and week"
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3-27) Current folder information (for list) query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir
Option 2
""
Description
Queries the current folder information.
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
subdirnum=zzzz|filenum=wwww"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
Current folder information
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Directory path (index expression)
Directory name (name of the folder)
The number of sub folders in the current directory
The number of files in the current directory
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir ""
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir "dirpath=0|dirname=|subdirnum=4|filenum=2"
Query the current folder information.
The current folder contains four directories and two files.
3-28) Current folder move (for list) query
Command
event
Details:
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir
Option 2
"dirpath=xxxx"
Description
Moves the current folder
xxxx = Directory path (index expression)
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
subdirnum=zzzz|filenum=wwww"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
Current folder information
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Directory path (index expression)
Directory name (name of the folder)
The number of sub folders in the current directory
The number of files in the current directory
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "dirpath=0/1"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "dirpath=0/1|dirname=songs|subdirnum=0|filenum=3"
Make the 0/1 (index expression) directory the current directory.
The 0/1 (index expression) directory was made the current directory. This folder contains no sub
directories and three files.
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always fixed at 0).
3-29) Folder name query
Command
event
Details:
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName
Option 2
"dirindex=xxxx"
Description
Folder name query
xxxx = Index number
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "dirname=xxxx"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
Folder name
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details:
xxxx = Folder name
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "dirindex=1"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "dirname=songs"
Query the directory name of 1 (index expression).
The directory name is "songs".
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3-30) File name query
Command
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName
event
Details:
Option 2
"fileindex=xxxx"
Description
File name query
xxxx = Index number
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "filename=xxxx"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
File name
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details:
xxxx = File name
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "fileindex=1"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "filename=xxxx.mp3"
Query the file name of 1 (index expression).
The file name is "xxxx.mp3".
3-31) Folder name list query
Command
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList
Option 2
"dirindex=xxxx-xxxx"
Description
Folder name list: Multiple folder name
query
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "dirindex=xxxx-xxxx|dirname0=xxxx| ... "
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
Folder name list
There is no SD memory card inserted.
event
Details:
xxxx = Index number
Response
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details:
xxxx-xxxx= First list number-last list number (decimal notation)
→ Cannot be set to a value greater than the number of folders.
→ The first number cannot be greater than the last number.
→ By changing the first and last numbers, you can query the list of folder names in that range.
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "dirindex=0-1"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "dirindex=0-1|dirname0=Folder #1|dirname1=Folder #2"
Query the directory names of 0 and 1 (index expression).
The directory name of 0 is "Folder #1", and that of 1 is "Folder #2".
3-32) File name list query
Command
event
Details:
xxxx =
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList
Option 2
"fileindex=xxxx-xxxx"
Description
Folder name list: Multiple file name
query
Index number
Response
Response string
Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "fileindex=xxxx-xxxx|filename0=xxxx| ... " File name list
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "sdcard is not inserted"
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details:
xxxx-xxxx= First list number-last list number (decimal notation)
→ Cannot be set to a value greater than the number of files.
→ The first number cannot be greater than the last number.
→ By changing the first and last numbers, you can query the list of file names in that range.
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "fileindex=0-1"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "fileindex=0-1|filename0=xxxx.mp3|filename1=xxxx2.mp3"
Query the file names of 0 and 1 (index expression).
The file name of 0 is "xxxx.mp3", and that of 1 is "xxxx2.mp3".
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3-33) Song play mode query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode
Option 2
Description
Queries the play mode
""
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=one"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=repeat one"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=all"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=repeat all"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=shuffle"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
One song play mode
One song repeat
All song play
All songs repeat
Shuffle repeat
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode ""
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=one"
Query the play mode.
The play mode is set to one song play mode.
3-34) Song play mode setting
Command
event
Option 1
Option 2
MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one"
"playmode=repeat one"
"playmode=all"
"playmode=repeat all"
"playmode=shuffle"
Description
One song play mode
One song repeat
All song play
All songs repeat
Shuffle repeat
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=repeat one"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=all"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=repeat all"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=shuffle"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
One song play mode
One song repeat
All song play
All songs repeat
Shuffle repeat
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one"
Set the play mode to one song play mode.
The play mode was set to one song play mode.
3-35) Song playback status query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus
Option 2
""
Description
Song playback status query
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=stop"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=play"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=pause"
OKm event OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
Stop
Play
Pause
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus ""
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=stop"
Query the song playback status.
Stopped
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3-36) Play, stop, and other transport operation
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerTransport
Option 2
"operation=stop"
"operation=play"
"operation=pause"
"operation=prev"
"operation=next"
Description
Stop
Play
Pause
Beginning of the previous song
Next song
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=play"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=pause"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=prev"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=next"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "sdcard is not inserted"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "song is not set up"
Description
Stop
Play
Pause
Beginning of the previous song
Next song
There is no SD memory card inserted.
The playback song is not specified.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted or the playback song is not specified.
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop"
Stop playback.
Playback was stopped.
3-37) Currently playing or selected song information query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong
Option 2
""
Description
Queries the currently playing or
selected song information
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
fileindex=zzzz|filename=wwww"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong "sdcard is not inserted"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong "song is not set up"
Description
Currently playing or selected song
information
There is no SD memory card inserted.
The playback song is not specified.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted or the playback song is not specified.
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Directory path (index expression)
Directory name (name of the folder)
File index
File name
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong ""
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=0/1|dirname=Folder #1|fileindex=2|
filename=xxxx.mp3"
Query the information of the song currently being played.
The song that is being played is index number 2 "xxxx.mp3" in the "Folder #1" folder of 0/1
(index expression).
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always fixed at 0).
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3-38) Playback song designation
Command
event
Details:
Option 1
Option 2
MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=xxxx|fileindex=yyyy"
Description
Playback song designation
xxxx= Directory path (index expression)
yyyy= File index
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
fileindex=zzzz|filename=wwww"
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "sdcard is not inserted"
Description
The specified song that will be played
There is no SD memory card inserted.
*OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details:
xxxx =
yyyy =
zzzz =
wwww =
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Directory path (index expression)
Directory name (name of the folder)
File index
File name
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=0/1|fileindex=2"
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=0/1|dirname=Folder #1|fileindex=2|
filename=xxxx.mp3"
Play the file at index number 2 in the 0/1 folder (index expression).
The playback song was set to index number 2 "xxxx.mp3" in the "Folder #1" folder of 0/1
(index expression).
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always fixed at 0).
3-39) MTX Editor synchronization processing query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus
Option 2
""
Description
MTX Editor synchronization
processing query
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus "active"
OK event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus "inactive"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Note:
Description
In the process of synchronizing
Not in the process of synchronizing
event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus ""
OK event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus "inactive"
Query the synchronization status between the MTX and MTX Editor.
Not in the process of synchronizing
The character encoding for directory and file names conforms to the setting specified by the scpmode encoding
command.
3-40) Number of alert event log query
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber
Option 2
""
Description
Number of event log query
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber "lognum=xxxx"
Details:
Description
Number of event log
xxxx= number of event log
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber ""
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber "lognum=6"
Query the number of event logs
Number of event log is 6
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3-41) Alert event log query
Command
event
Details:
Option 1
MTX:EventLogGetLog
Option 2
"logindex=xxxx"
Description
Event log query
xxxx= Index number of event log
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLog "logxxxx=(AlertData)"
Description
Event log
Details:
xxxx= Index number of event log
(AlertData)= "flt/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
First 3 letter describes type of event ( i.e. flt = fault, err = error, wrn = warning)
message = Alert message string - Maximum 32 letter (ascii character)
nnn = Alert number (same as number displayed on front panel of device)
- 2 or 3 digit of hexadecimal.
onf = alert ON/OFF
Event of status change (e.g. wordclock unlock) sends ON when the remarkable
event starts, sends OFF when the event ends.
Momentary event (e.g. SD card player error) sends only ON when it happens.
sssss = counter of alarm ( Count up same Alert, normally as 1) as decimal counter.
xxx = UNIT ID as 3 degit hexadecimal.
yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
event MTX:EventLogGetLog "logindex=2"
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLog "log2=err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1) ID-001
2013/1/22 11:38:23"
Query of event log at index number 2.
Event log of index no.2 is error alert no. 53.
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3-42) Query for alert event log as list
Command
event
Details:
Option 1
MTX:EventLogGetLogList
Option 2
"logindex=xxxx-xxxx"
Description
Query for event log list
xxxx-xxxx= First index number - Last index number
Remark: Do not allow exceed number of event log.
First index number should be less than Last index number.
One message can query up to 10 logs.
Response
Response string
Description
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogList "logindex=x-x|log0=(AlertData)|log1=(AlertData)|…" Query for event log as list
Details:
xxxx-xxxx= First index number - Last index number
(AlertData)= "flt/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
First 3 letter describes type of event
message = Alert message string - Maximum 32 letter (ascii character)
nnn = Alert number (same as number displayed on front panel of device)
- 2 or 3 digit of hexadecimal.
onf = alert ON/OFF
Event of status change (e.g. wordclock unlock) sends ON when the remarkable
event starts, sends OFF when the event ends.
Momentary event (e.g. SD card player error) sends only ON when it happens.
sssss = counter of alarm ( Count up same Alert, normally as 1) as decimal counter.
xxx = UNIT ID as 3 degit hexadecimal.
yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
Example:
command:
Notification:
Meanings:
event MTX:EventLogGetLogList "logindex=0-5"
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogList logindex=0-5|log0=err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1)
ID-001 2013/1/22 11:38:23|log1=flt/System error// x01 on ….
Query for list of event log of index number 0 to 5.
Alert of index number 0 to 5 is, index number 0, error alert no.53/ index number 1, error alert ….
3-43) Clear alert event log
Command
event
Option 1
MTX:EventLogClear
Option 2
""
Description
Clear event log
Response
Response string
OK event MTX:EventLogClear "lognum=0"
Example:
Command:
Notification:
Meaning:
Description
Number of cleared event log
event MTX:EventLogClear ""
OK event MTX:EventLogClear "lognum=0"
Clear event log
Cleared event log
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3.5. Command Errors
3.5.1. Command Error Notifications
Error notification that indicates errors in commands.
If an error is found when the command is sent, this notification is returned instead of the normal successful notification.
[Notification syntax]
Command name
Error code
ERROR <command name> <error code>
Alphanumeric
Alphanumeric
Name of the command that caused the error
Error description
* See the error codes below.
Error code
Error code
UnknownCommand
WrongFormat
InvalidArgument
UnknownAddress
UnknownEventID
TooLongCommand
AccessDenied
Busy
ReadOnly
NoPermission
InternalError
Description
Ignored because it was an unknown command.
Ignored because the command parameter format was wrong and could not be interpreted.
Examples:
The number of parameters is wrong.
The parameter syntax is wrong.
Ignored because the command parameter content was outside the appropriate range and
could not be interpreted.
Examples:
The parameter value is outside the range.
The parameter syntax does not comply with the specifications.
The letter case of the parameter is wrong.
Ignored because the specified address does not exist.
Ignored because the specified event ID does not exist.
Could not be interpreted because the command was too long.
Procedure rejected because the peer device is not in an normal running state.
Examples:
Rejected because an ssrecall command was received in emergency run
mode.
The device is busy processing; it can’t receive commands.
Ignored because an attempt was made to set a parameter at a read-only address.
Ignored because you do not have access permission.
An internal error may have occurred.
Examples:
Failed to process the command.
Attempted to query or change the value of a parameter that does not exist
in the device.
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4. Command Sequence
Below are examples of how to process remote control.
When viewed from the controller, the following major phases exist in order to perform remote control.
Start procedure
Communication start
• Wait for the device to start (devstatus)
Initial setting
• MTX external control protocol setting
(scpmode)
• Parameter syncing (get, set, etc.)
Normal procedure
• Detect operation of controls.
• Receive communication from the
device.
Detects the operation
of controls by the user.
• Operation of a parameter control
• Operation of a snapshot (preset)
control
Send request commands
depending on the
operation.
•
•
•
•
•
set
setn
sett
setr
ssrecall, etc.
Information query trigger
caused by user operation
• snapshot (preset) display
• device information display
Send request commands
depending on the
necessary information.
•
•
•
•
sscurrent
ssnum
ssinfo
devinfo, etc.
Meter display is necessary.
Request periodically.
• mtrstart
• OK
• OKm
• NOTIFY
Apply changes depending on the
notification.
Control or display
• Position change
• Display change
For various events
• Parameter syncing
• Event processing
The controller designer needs to design and implement the blue items in the above figure.
The detailed sequences of various procedures are provided below.
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4. Command Sequence
Communication start sequence
The amount of time for the controller and the controlled device to start is different.
Remote control is an act of controlling the controlled device from the controller, so the controller must wait for the controlled device to become
ready.
The controller needs to wait using the sequence below.
1.If an Ethernet connection is required, the remote controller needs to establish a logical session, with the MTX device(s) based on IP
address(es) and port number.
(This is not necessary for a connection that only needs to be connected physically, as in RS-232C.)
2.After the session is established, the controller sends devstatus commands at 1 second or longer intervals.
3.If "OK devstatus runmode" is returned, the controller should check the information.
4.If the controller determines that the controlled device is in normal running mode, the controller can start sending command strings to
change parameter value and preset etc. If the controlled device is not in normal running mode, the controller continues trying.
Note:
In order to establish remote control communication, the external controller must send [devstatus runmode] command to the device and
await response. When the device responds as [OK devstatus runmode "normal"], the device is ready to receive commands.
Time
Remote controller
Controlled device
* If the communication path is
already established, the
controller sends devstatus
runmode at 1 second or longer
intervals until a result
notification is returned.
Establish communication path to
controlled device.
devstatus runmode
1 second or longer intervals
devstatus runmode
The controller checks the run
mode included in the result
notifications to see if the
device is ready to start remote
control communication.
1 second or longer intervals
devstatus runmode
........
The device may also actively
send change notifications, so
the controller must monitor
both result and change
notifications.
devstatus runmode
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Connection detected.
The reason for using such a sequence is provided below.
Example when the controller starts earlier than the controlled device
Remote controller
Connected physically
Controlled device
Normally running
devstatus runmode
Connection unknown
Waiting to start
devstatus runmode
Device starting
devstatus runmode
........
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Device normal running
Connection detection
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4. Command Sequence
Example when the controlled device starts earlier than the controller
Remote controller
Connected physically
Controlled device
Starting
Device starting
Device normal running
Connection unknown
devstatus runmode
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Connection detection
* With the first devstatus runmode
request, a result notification is
returned.
Controller can recognize that Controlled device is ready to receive commands when there is response for "devstatus runmode" command.
In case of Ethernet connection, Ethernet logical session (e.g. port open) should be established before sending "devstatus runmode".
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4. Command Sequence
Parameter sync sequence
Immediately after communication starts, the controller does not know anything about the most recent status of the controlled device.
Therefore, the controller must query all parameters that it plans to handle.
This also applies for when preset recall is executed, because the controller does not know how the device has changed.
Querying the most recent status of the controlled device or when a snapshot recall occurs
Remote controller
Controlled device
Normally running
Connection detection
Apply
get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
Normally running
Communication possible
OK get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
Apply
OK get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
Apply
OK get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
......
* Repeat get for all the necessary parameters.
Synced
Synced
Example 1:Query the DCA fader value.
get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
Query the 1ch level of the DCA fader with raw values.
OK get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
The 1ch level of the DCA fader is -77.60.
Example 2:Set the DCA fader value.
set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
Set the 1ch level of the DCA fader to a raw value of -77.60.
OK set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
The 1ch level of the DCA fader was set to "-77.60".
Executing this sequence synchronizes the status with the controlled device.
However, if the controller receives a change notification from the controlled device during this query sequence, the controller needs to query
again.
Note that, as with a GPI controller made by user, if you want to apply the physical positions of the controller to the device, there is no need to
execute the above sequence.
If you want to apply the physical positions of the controller to the device immediately after a connection is established, without any user
interaction, simply use set commands to do so.
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4. Command Sequence
Applying the most recent status of the controller to the device
Remote controller
Controlled device
Normally running
Connection detection
Normally running
Communication possible
set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
OK set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
Apply
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX "XXXX"
Apply
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX "XXXX"
Apply
......
* Repeat get for all the necessary parameters.
Synced
Synced
Depending on the controller specifications, the above two sequences may be used in combination.
Example: The GPI fader uses the status of the controller, but other parameters use the status of the controlled device.
Parameter query sequence at any given time
LEDs and displays on the GUI
Indications are updated on the basis of the result notifications returned after the processing of the set commands.
Alternatively, send an explicit get request and apply the result to the indications, as shown below.
Remote controller
Controlled device
An event occurs that
calls for a value to be queried
Apply
get MTX:mem_512/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
OK get MTX:mem_512/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
One example of using this sequence would
be for refreshing the UI after boot-up or after
changing tabs.
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4. Command Sequence
Meter data request/query sequence
The controller requests meter data by specifying the meter data address and the minimum transmission interval.
The meter transmission stops after 10 seconds. To continue receiving data, make another request before the 10 seconds pass.
Remote controller
Controlled device
mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level 1000
OutputLevelMeter
request
Start measuring
10 seconds
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/level level 71 71 ...
Apply
Request periodically
at 10 seconds or
Apply
shorter intervals
OutputLevelMeter
request
1000 ms or longer
intervals
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/level level 69 69 ...
1000 ms or longer
intervals
............
Apply
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/level level 70 70 ...
mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level 1000
Start measuring
10 seconds
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level
* Transmission for 10 seconds after a request
If another request is received, restart measuring the time.
Snapshot (preset) recall request sequence
Upon receiving a result notification in response to a snapshot (preset) request, you need to execute the parameter sync sequence.
Remote controller
Remote control
To the parameter
sync sequence
Controlled device
ssrecall 10
OK ssrecall 10
In addition, if a snapshot (preset) recall occurs internally in the controlled device (e.g. by front panel button press) or when such a request is
received from another controller, the controller receives a change notification that indicates that all parameters have changed (see the next
section). If this occurs, the controller needs to execute the parameter sync sequence.
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4. Command Sequence
Sequence when parameters are changed by another controller
If the controller sends a parameter set request, a change notification is returned immediately.
However, if parameters change internally in the controlled device (this includes changes in parameters that occur as a result of a controller
operation on another parameter) or due to a request from another controller, a parameter change notification is received, as shown below.
The controller receiving a parameter change notification updates its own status if necessary.
Remote controller
Apply parameter changes
or proceed to the
parameter sync sequence
Controlled device
NOTIFY ...
Sampled
parameter
changes
Recall operation or
parameter change
by the controlled device
or another controller
The way in which parameter change notifications are sent varies depending on the value notification mode specified in the MTX external control
protocol mode.
Advice for choosing normalized/raw value mode.
If you want to handle a value with a given range, such as in an MIDI controller,
•Set the value notification mode to normalized value notification mode, and specify the required resolution.
•Use setn/getn to perform processing from the controller.
•Apply changes to the controller according to NOTIFY setn.
Conversely, for a highly functional PC application where you want to use all the internal parameters,
•Set the MTX external control protocol mode to raw value mode.
•Use set/get to perform processing from the controller.
•Apply changes to the controller according to NOTIFY set.
•Use setn/getn for certain parameters when necessary.
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5. Meter Value
1. Level Meter, Hold Meter
Value
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
Data
-126dBFS or less
-125dBFS
-124dBFS
-123dBFS
-122dBFS
-121dBFS
-120dBFS
-119dBFS
-118dBFS
-117dBFS
-116dBFS
-115dBFS
-114dBFS
-113dBFS
-112dBFS
-111dBFS
-110dBFS
-109dBFS
-108dBFS
-107dBFS
-106dBFS
-105dBFS
-104dBFS
-103dBFS
-102dBFS
-101dBFS
-100dBFS
-99dBFS
-98dBFS
-97dBFS
-96dBFS
-95dBFS
Value
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
Data
-94dBFS
-93dBFS
-92dBFS
-91dBFS
-90dBFS
-89dBFS
-88dBFS
-87dBFS
-86dBFS
-85dBFS
-84dBFS
-83dBFS
-82dBFS
-81dBFS
-80dBFS
-79dBFS
-78dBFS
-77dBFS
-76dBFS
-75dBFS
-74dBFS
-73dBFS
-72dBFS
-71dBFS
-70dBFS
-69dBFS
-68dBFS
-67dBFS
-66dBFS
-65dBFS
-64dBFS
-63dBFS
Value
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
55
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
Data
-62dBFS
-61dBFS
-60dBFS
-59dBFS
-58dBFS
-57dBFS
-56dBFS
-55dBFS
-54dBFS
-53dBFS
-52dBFS
-51dBFS
-50dBFS
-49dBFS
-48dBFS
-47dBFS
-46dBFS
-45dBFS
-44dBFS
-43dBFS
-42dBFS
-41dBFS
-40dBFS
-39dBFS
-38dBFS
-37dBFS
-36dBFS
-35dBFS
-34dBFS
-33dBFS
-32dBFS
-31dBFS
Value
60
61
62
63
66
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
77
74
77
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
Data
-30dBFS
-29dBFS
-28dBFS
-27dBFS
-26dBFS
-25dBFS
-24dBFS
-23dBFS
-22dBFS
-21dBFS
-20dBFS
-19dBFS
-18dBFS
-17dBFS
-16dBFS
-15dBFS
-14dBFS
-13dBFS
-12dBFS
-11dBFS
-10dBFS
-9dBFS
-8dBFS
-7dBFS
-6dBFS
-5dBFS
-4dBFS
-3dBFS
-2dBFS
-1dBFS
0dBFS
OVER
NOTE: A device may not be able to send all the values depending on how precise the device processes values internally.
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
45
6. Parameter Value Details
■■Fader parameter
1. Fader with "-Infinity to 0dB"range
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Data
-InfdB
-138.00dB
-136.00dB
-134.00dB
-133.00dB
-132.00dB
-131.00dB
-130.00dB
-129.00dB
-128.00dB
-127.00dB
-126.00dB
-125.00dB
-124.00dB
-123.00dB
-122.00dB
-121.00dB
-120.00dB
-119.00dB
-118.00dB
-117.00dB
-116.00dB
-115.00dB
-114.00dB
-113.00dB
-112.00dB
-111.00dB
-110.00dB
-109.00dB
-108.00dB
-107.00dB
-106.00dB
-105.00dB
-104.00dB
-103.00dB
-102.00dB
-101.50dB
-101.00dB
-100.50dB
-100.00dB
-99.50dB
-99.00dB
-98.50dB
-98.00dB
-97.50dB
-97.00dB
-96.50dB
-96.00dB
-95.50dB
-95.00dB
-94.50dB
-94.00dB
-93.50dB
-93.00dB
-92.50dB
-92.00dB
-91.50dB
-91.00dB
-90.50dB
-90.00dB
-89.50dB
-89.00dB
-88.50dB
-88.00dB
Value
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
Data
-87.50dB
-87.00dB
-86.50dB
-86.00dB
-85.50dB
-85.00dB
-84.50dB
-84.00dB
-83.50dB
-83.00dB
-82.50dB
-82.00dB
-81.50dB
-81.00dB
-80.50dB
-80.00dB
-79.50dB
-79.00dB
-78.50dB
-78.00dB
-77.80dB
-77.60dB
-77.40dB
-77.20dB
-77.00dB
-76.80dB
-76.60dB
-76.40dB
-76.20dB
-76.00dB
-75.80dB
-75.60dB
-75.40dB
-75.20dB
-75.00dB
-74.80dB
-74.60dB
-74.40dB
-74.20dB
-74.00dB
-73.80dB
-73.60dB
-73.40dB
-73.20dB
-73.00dB
-72.80dB
-72.60dB
-72.40dB
-72.20dB
-72.00dB
-71.80dB
-71.60dB
-71.40dB
-71.20dB
-71.00dB
-70.80dB
-70.60dB
-70.40dB
-70.20dB
-70.00dB
-69.80dB
-69.60dB
-69.40dB
-69.20dB
Value
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
Data
-69.00dB
-68.80dB
-68.60dB
-68.40dB
-68.20dB
-68.00dB
-67.80dB
-67.60dB
-67.40dB
-67.20dB
-67.00dB
-66.80dB
-66.60dB
-66.40dB
-66.20dB
-66.00dB
-65.80dB
-65.60dB
-65.40dB
-65.20dB
-65.00dB
-64.80dB
-64.60dB
-64.40dB
-64.20dB
-64.00dB
-63.80dB
-63.60dB
-63.40dB
-63.20dB
-63.00dB
-62.80dB
-62.60dB
-62.40dB
-62.20dB
-62.00dB
-61.80dB
-61.60dB
-61.40dB
-61.20dB
-61.00dB
-60.80dB
-60.60dB
-60.40dB
-60.20dB
-60.00dB
-59.80dB
-59.60dB
-59.40dB
-59.20dB
-59.00dB
-58.80dB
-58.60dB
-58.40dB
-58.20dB
-58.00dB
-57.80dB
-57.60dB
-57.40dB
-57.20dB
-57.00dB
-56.80dB
-56.60dB
-56.40dB
Value
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
Data
-56.20dB
-56.00dB
-55.80dB
-55.60dB
-55.40dB
-55.20dB
-55.00dB
-54.80dB
-54.60dB
-54.40dB
-54.20dB
-54.00dB
-53.80dB
-53.60dB
-53.40dB
-53.20dB
-53.00dB
-52.80dB
-52.60dB
-52.40dB
-52.20dB
-52.00dB
-51.80dB
-51.60dB
-51.40dB
-51.20dB
-51.00dB
-50.80dB
-50.60dB
-50.40dB
-50.20dB
-50.00dB
-49.90dB
-49.80dB
-49.70dB
-49.60dB
-49.50dB
-49.40dB
-49.30dB
-49.20dB
-49.10dB
-49.00dB
-48.90dB
-48.80dB
-48.70dB
-48.60dB
-48.50dB
-48.40dB
-48.30dB
-48.20dB
-48.10dB
-48.00dB
-47.90dB
-47.80dB
-47.70dB
-47.60dB
-47.50dB
-47.40dB
-47.30dB
-47.20dB
-47.10dB
-47.00dB
-46.90dB
-46.80dB
Value
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
Data
-46.70dB
-46.60dB
-46.50dB
-46.40dB
-46.30dB
-46.20dB
-46.10dB
-46.00dB
-45.90dB
-45.80dB
-45.70dB
-45.60dB
-45.50dB
-45.40dB
-45.30dB
-45.20dB
-45.10dB
-45.00dB
-44.90dB
-44.80dB
-44.70dB
-44.60dB
-44.50dB
-44.40dB
-44.30dB
-44.20dB
-44.10dB
-44.00dB
-43.90dB
-43.80dB
-43.70dB
-43.60dB
-43.50dB
-43.40dB
-43.30dB
-43.20dB
-43.10dB
-43.00dB
-42.90dB
-42.80dB
-42.70dB
-42.60dB
-42.50dB
-42.40dB
-42.30dB
-42.20dB
-42.10dB
-42.00dB
-41.90dB
-41.80dB
-41.70dB
-41.60dB
-41.50dB
-41.40dB
-41.30dB
-41.20dB
-41.10dB
-41.00dB
-40.90dB
-40.80dB
-40.70dB
-40.60dB
-40.50dB
-40.40dB
Value
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
Data
-40.30dB
-40.20dB
-40.10dB
-40.00dB
-39.90dB
-39.80dB
-39.70dB
-39.60dB
-39.50dB
-39.40dB
-39.30dB
-39.20dB
-39.10dB
-39.00dB
-38.90dB
-38.80dB
-38.70dB
-38.60dB
-38.50dB
-38.40dB
-38.30dB
-38.20dB
-38.10dB
-38.00dB
-37.90dB
-37.80dB
-37.70dB
-37.60dB
-37.50dB
-37.40dB
-37.30dB
-37.20dB
-37.10dB
-37.00dB
-36.90dB
-36.80dB
-36.70dB
-36.60dB
-36.50dB
-36.40dB
-36.30dB
-36.20dB
-36.10dB
-36.00dB
-35.90dB
-35.80dB
-35.70dB
-35.60dB
-35.50dB
-35.40dB
-35.30dB
-35.20dB
-35.10dB
-35.00dB
-34.90dB
-34.80dB
-34.70dB
-34.60dB
-34.50dB
-34.40dB
-34.30dB
-34.20dB
-34.10dB
-34.00dB
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Value
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
Data
-33.90dB
-33.80dB
-33.70dB
-33.60dB
-33.50dB
-33.40dB
-33.30dB
-33.20dB
-33.10dB
-33.00dB
-32.90dB
-32.80dB
-32.70dB
-32.60dB
-32.50dB
-32.40dB
-32.30dB
-32.20dB
-32.10dB
-32.00dB
-31.90dB
-31.80dB
-31.70dB
-31.60dB
-31.50dB
-31.40dB
-31.30dB
-31.20dB
-31.10dB
-31.00dB
-30.90dB
-30.80dB
-30.70dB
-30.60dB
-30.50dB
-30.40dB
-30.30dB
-30.20dB
-30.10dB
-30.00dB
-29.95dB
-29.90dB
-29.85dB
-29.80dB
-29.75dB
-29.70dB
-29.65dB
-29.60dB
-29.55dB
-29.50dB
-29.45dB
-29.40dB
-29.35dB
-29.30dB
-29.25dB
-29.20dB
-29.15dB
-29.10dB
-29.05dB
-29.00dB
-28.95dB
-28.90dB
-28.85dB
-28.80dB
Value
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
Data
-28.75dB
-28.70dB
-28.65dB
-28.60dB
-28.55dB
-28.50dB
-28.45dB
-28.40dB
-28.35dB
-28.30dB
-28.25dB
-28.20dB
-28.15dB
-28.10dB
-28.05dB
-28.00dB
-27.95dB
-27.90dB
-27.85dB
-27.80dB
-27.75dB
-27.70dB
-27.65dB
-27.60dB
-27.55dB
-27.50dB
-27.45dB
-27.40dB
-27.35dB
-27.30dB
-27.25dB
-27.20dB
-27.15dB
-27.10dB
-27.05dB
-27.00dB
-26.95dB
-26.90dB
-26.85dB
-26.80dB
-26.75dB
-26.70dB
-26.65dB
-26.60dB
-26.55dB
-26.50dB
-26.45dB
-26.40dB
-26.35dB
-26.30dB
-26.25dB
-26.20dB
-26.15dB
-26.10dB
-26.05dB
-26.00dB
-25.95dB
-25.90dB
-25.85dB
-25.80dB
-25.75dB
-25.70dB
-25.65dB
-25.60dB
46
5. Parameter Value Details
Value
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
Data
-25.55dB
-25.50dB
-25.45dB
-25.40dB
-25.35dB
-25.30dB
-25.25dB
-25.20dB
-25.15dB
-25.10dB
-25.05dB
-25.00dB
-24.95dB
-24.90dB
-24.85dB
-24.80dB
-24.75dB
-24.70dB
-24.65dB
-24.60dB
-24.55dB
-24.50dB
-24.45dB
-24.40dB
-24.35dB
-24.30dB
-24.25dB
-24.20dB
-24.15dB
-24.10dB
-24.05dB
-24.00dB
-23.95dB
-23.90dB
-23.85dB
-23.80dB
-23.75dB
-23.70dB
-23.65dB
-23.60dB
-23.55dB
-23.50dB
-23.45dB
-23.40dB
-23.35dB
-23.30dB
-23.25dB
-23.20dB
-23.15dB
-23.10dB
-23.05dB
-23.00dB
-22.95dB
-22.90dB
-22.85dB
-22.80dB
-22.75dB
-22.70dB
-22.65dB
-22.60dB
-22.55dB
-22.50dB
-22.45dB
-22.40dB
Value
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
Data
-22.35dB
-22.30dB
-22.25dB
-22.20dB
-22.15dB
-22.10dB
-22.05dB
-22.00dB
-21.95dB
-21.90dB
-21.85dB
-21.80dB
-21.75dB
-21.70dB
-21.65dB
-21.60dB
-21.55dB
-21.50dB
-21.45dB
-21.40dB
-21.35dB
-21.30dB
-21.25dB
-21.20dB
-21.15dB
-21.10dB
-21.05dB
-21.00dB
-20.95dB
-20.90dB
-20.85dB
-20.80dB
-20.75dB
-20.70dB
-20.65dB
-20.60dB
-20.55dB
-20.50dB
-20.45dB
-20.40dB
-20.35dB
-20.30dB
-20.25dB
-20.20dB
-20.15dB
-20.10dB
-20.05dB
-20.00dB
-19.95dB
-19.90dB
-19.85dB
-19.80dB
-19.75dB
-19.70dB
-19.65dB
-19.60dB
-19.55dB
-19.50dB
-19.45dB
-19.40dB
-19.35dB
-19.30dB
-19.25dB
-19.20dB
Value
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
679
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700
701
702
703
Data
-19.15dB
-19.10dB
-19.05dB
-19.00dB
-18.95dB
-18.90dB
-18.85dB
-18.80dB
-18.75dB
-18.70dB
-18.65dB
-18.60dB
-18.55dB
-18.50dB
-18.45dB
-18.40dB
-18.35dB
-18.30dB
-18.25dB
-18.20dB
-18.15dB
-18.10dB
-18.05dB
-18.00dB
-17.95dB
-17.90dB
-17.85dB
-17.80dB
-17.75dB
-17.70dB
-17.65dB
-17.60dB
-17.55dB
-17.50dB
-17.45dB
-17.40dB
-17.35dB
-17.30dB
-17.25dB
-17.20dB
-17.15dB
-17.10dB
-17.05dB
-17.00dB
-16.95dB
-16.90dB
-16.85dB
-16.80dB
-16.75dB
-16.70dB
-16.65dB
-16.60dB
-16.55dB
-16.50dB
-16.45dB
-16.40dB
-16.35dB
-16.30dB
-16.25dB
-16.20dB
-16.15dB
-16.10dB
-16.05dB
-16.00dB
Value
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
730
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
750
751
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
759
760
761
762
763
764
765
766
767
Data
-15.95dB
-15.90dB
-15.85dB
-15.80dB
-15.75dB
-15.70dB
-15.65dB
-15.60dB
-15.55dB
-15.50dB
-15.45dB
-15.40dB
-15.35dB
-15.30dB
-15.25dB
-15.20dB
-15.15dB
-15.10dB
-15.05dB
-15.00dB
-14.95dB
-14.90dB
-14.85dB
-14.80dB
-14.75dB
-14.70dB
-14.65dB
-14.60dB
-14.55dB
-14.50dB
-14.45dB
-14.40dB
-14.35dB
-14.30dB
-14.25dB
-14.20dB
-14.15dB
-14.10dB
-14.05dB
-14.00dB
-13.95dB
-13.90dB
-13.85dB
-13.80dB
-13.75dB
-13.70dB
-13.65dB
-13.60dB
-13.55dB
-13.50dB
-13.45dB
-13.40dB
-13.35dB
-13.30dB
-13.25dB
-13.20dB
-13.15dB
-13.10dB
-13.05dB
-13.00dB
-12.95dB
-12.90dB
-12.85dB
-12.80dB
Value
768
769
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
Data
-12.75dB
-12.70dB
-12.65dB
-12.60dB
-12.55dB
-12.50dB
-12.45dB
-12.40dB
-12.35dB
-12.30dB
-12.25dB
-12.20dB
-12.15dB
-12.10dB
-12.05dB
-12.00dB
-11.95dB
-11.90dB
-11.85dB
-11.80dB
-11.75dB
-11.70dB
-11.65dB
-11.60dB
-11.55dB
-11.50dB
-11.45dB
-11.40dB
-11.35dB
-11.30dB
-11.25dB
-11.20dB
-11.15dB
-11.10dB
-11.05dB
-11.00dB
-10.95dB
-10.90dB
-10.85dB
-10.80dB
-10.75dB
-10.70dB
-10.65dB
-10.60dB
-10.55dB
-10.50dB
-10.45dB
-10.40dB
-10.35dB
-10.30dB
-10.25dB
-10.20dB
-10.15dB
-10.10dB
-10.05dB
-10.00dB
-9.95dB
-9.90dB
-9.85dB
-9.80dB
-9.75dB
-9.70dB
-9.65dB
-9.60dB
Value
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850
851
852
853
854
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862
863
864
865
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
888
889
890
891
892
893
894
895
Data
-9.55dB
-9.50dB
-9.45dB
-9.40dB
-9.35dB
-9.30dB
-9.25dB
-9.20dB
-9.15dB
-9.10dB
-9.05dB
-9.00dB
-8.95dB
-8.90dB
-8.85dB
-8.80dB
-8.75dB
-8.70dB
-8.65dB
-8.60dB
-8.55dB
-8.50dB
-8.45dB
-8.40dB
-8.35dB
-8.30dB
-8.25dB
-8.20dB
-8.15dB
-8.10dB
-8.05dB
-8.00dB
-7.95dB
-7.90dB
-7.85dB
-7.80dB
-7.75dB
-7.70dB
-7.65dB
-7.60dB
-7.55dB
-7.50dB
-7.45dB
-7.40dB
-7.35dB
-7.30dB
-7.25dB
-7.20dB
-7.15dB
-7.10dB
-7.05dB
-7.00dB
-6.95dB
-6.90dB
-6.85dB
-6.80dB
-6.75dB
-6.70dB
-6.65dB
-6.60dB
-6.55dB
-6.50dB
-6.45dB
-6.40dB
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Value
896
897
898
899
900
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
921
922
923
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
931
932
933
934
935
936
937
938
939
940
941
942
943
944
945
946
947
948
949
950
951
952
953
954
955
956
957
958
959
Data
-6.35dB
-6.30dB
-6.25dB
-6.20dB
-6.15dB
-6.10dB
-6.05dB
-6.00dB
-5.95dB
-5.90dB
-5.85dB
-5.80dB
-5.75dB
-5.70dB
-5.65dB
-5.60dB
-5.55dB
-5.50dB
-5.45dB
-5.40dB
-5.35dB
-5.30dB
-5.25dB
-5.20dB
-5.15dB
-5.10dB
-5.05dB
-5.00dB
-4.95dB
-4.90dB
-4.85dB
-4.80dB
-4.75dB
-4.70dB
-4.65dB
-4.60dB
-4.55dB
-4.50dB
-4.45dB
-4.40dB
-4.35dB
-4.30dB
-4.25dB
-4.20dB
-4.15dB
-4.10dB
-4.05dB
-4.00dB
-3.95dB
-3.90dB
-3.85dB
-3.80dB
-3.75dB
-3.70dB
-3.65dB
-3.60dB
-3.55dB
-3.50dB
-3.45dB
-3.40dB
-3.35dB
-3.30dB
-3.25dB
-3.20dB
Value
960
961
962
963
964
965
966
967
968
969
970
971
972
973
974
975
976
977
978
979
980
981
982
983
984
985
986
987
988
989
990
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
998
999
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
Data
-3.15dB
-3.10dB
-3.05dB
-3.00dB
-2.95dB
-2.90dB
-2.85dB
-2.80dB
-2.75dB
-2.70dB
-2.65dB
-2.60dB
-2.55dB
-2.50dB
-2.45dB
-2.40dB
-2.35dB
-2.30dB
-2.25dB
-2.20dB
-2.15dB
-2.10dB
-2.05dB
-2.00dB
-1.95dB
-1.90dB
-1.85dB
-1.80dB
-1.75dB
-1.70dB
-1.65dB
-1.60dB
-1.55dB
-1.50dB
-1.45dB
-1.40dB
-1.35dB
-1.30dB
-1.25dB
-1.20dB
-1.15dB
-1.10dB
-1.05dB
-1.00dB
-0.95dB
-0.90dB
-0.85dB
-0.80dB
-0.75dB
-0.70dB
-0.65dB
-0.60dB
-0.55dB
-0.50dB
-0.45dB
-0.40dB
-0.35dB
-0.30dB
-0.25dB
-0.20dB
-0.15dB
-0.10dB
-0.05dB
0.00dB
47
5. Parameter Value Details
2. Fader with "-Infinity to 10dB"range
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Data
-InfdB
-138.00dB
-135.00dB
-132.00dB
-129.00dB
-126.00dB
-123.00dB
-120.00dB
-117.00dB
-114.00dB
-111.00dB
-108.00dB
-105.00dB
-102.00dB
-99.00dB
-96.00dB
-95.00dB
-94.00dB
-93.00dB
-92.00dB
-91.00dB
-90.00dB
-89.00dB
-88.00dB
-87.00dB
-86.00dB
-85.00dB
-84.00dB
-83.00dB
-82.00dB
-81.00dB
-80.00dB
-79.00dB
-78.00dB
-77.80dB
-77.60dB
-77.40dB
-77.20dB
-77.00dB
-76.80dB
-76.60dB
-76.40dB
-76.20dB
-76.00dB
-75.80dB
-75.60dB
-75.40dB
-75.20dB
-75.00dB
-74.80dB
-74.60dB
-74.40dB
-74.20dB
-74.00dB
-73.80dB
-73.60dB
-73.40dB
-73.20dB
-73.00dB
-72.80dB
-72.60dB
-72.40dB
-72.20dB
-72.00dB
Value
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
Data
-71.80dB
-71.60dB
-71.40dB
-71.20dB
-71.00dB
-70.80dB
-70.60dB
-70.40dB
-70.20dB
-70.00dB
-69.80dB
-69.60dB
-69.40dB
-69.20dB
-69.00dB
-68.80dB
-68.60dB
-68.40dB
-68.20dB
-68.00dB
-67.80dB
-67.60dB
-67.40dB
-67.20dB
-67.00dB
-66.80dB
-66.60dB
-66.40dB
-66.20dB
-66.00dB
-65.80dB
-65.60dB
-65.40dB
-65.20dB
-65.00dB
-64.80dB
-64.60dB
-64.40dB
-64.20dB
-64.00dB
-63.80dB
-63.60dB
-63.40dB
-63.20dB
-63.00dB
-62.80dB
-62.60dB
-62.40dB
-62.20dB
-62.00dB
-61.80dB
-61.60dB
-61.40dB
-61.20dB
-61.00dB
-60.80dB
-60.60dB
-60.40dB
-60.20dB
-60.00dB
-59.80dB
-59.60dB
-59.40dB
-59.20dB
Value
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
Data
-59.00dB
-58.80dB
-58.60dB
-58.40dB
-58.20dB
-58.00dB
-57.80dB
-57.60dB
-57.40dB
-57.20dB
-57.00dB
-56.80dB
-56.60dB
-56.40dB
-56.20dB
-56.00dB
-55.80dB
-55.60dB
-55.40dB
-55.20dB
-55.00dB
-54.80dB
-54.60dB
-54.40dB
-54.20dB
-54.00dB
-53.80dB
-53.60dB
-53.40dB
-53.20dB
-53.00dB
-52.80dB
-52.60dB
-52.40dB
-52.20dB
-52.00dB
-51.80dB
-51.60dB
-51.40dB
-51.20dB
-51.00dB
-50.80dB
-50.60dB
-50.40dB
-50.20dB
-50.00dB
-49.80dB
-49.60dB
-49.40dB
-49.20dB
-49.00dB
-48.80dB
-48.60dB
-48.40dB
-48.20dB
-48.00dB
-47.80dB
-47.60dB
-47.40dB
-47.20dB
-47.00dB
-46.80dB
-46.60dB
-46.40dB
Value
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
Data
-46.20dB
-46.00dB
-45.80dB
-45.60dB
-45.40dB
-45.20dB
-45.00dB
-44.80dB
-44.60dB
-44.40dB
-44.20dB
-44.00dB
-43.80dB
-43.60dB
-43.40dB
-43.20dB
-43.00dB
-42.80dB
-42.60dB
-42.40dB
-42.20dB
-42.00dB
-41.80dB
-41.60dB
-41.40dB
-41.20dB
-41.00dB
-40.80dB
-40.60dB
-40.40dB
-40.20dB
-40.00dB
-39.90dB
-39.80dB
-39.70dB
-39.60dB
-39.50dB
-39.40dB
-39.30dB
-39.20dB
-39.10dB
-39.00dB
-38.90dB
-38.80dB
-38.70dB
-38.60dB
-38.50dB
-38.40dB
-38.30dB
-38.20dB
-38.10dB
-38.00dB
-37.90dB
-37.80dB
-37.70dB
-37.60dB
-37.50dB
-37.40dB
-37.30dB
-37.20dB
-37.10dB
-37.00dB
-36.90dB
-36.80dB
Value
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
Data
-36.70dB
-36.60dB
-36.50dB
-36.40dB
-36.30dB
-36.20dB
-36.10dB
-36.00dB
-35.90dB
-35.80dB
-35.70dB
-35.60dB
-35.50dB
-35.40dB
-35.30dB
-35.20dB
-35.10dB
-35.00dB
-34.90dB
-34.80dB
-34.70dB
-34.60dB
-34.50dB
-34.40dB
-34.30dB
-34.20dB
-34.10dB
-34.00dB
-33.90dB
-33.80dB
-33.70dB
-33.60dB
-33.50dB
-33.40dB
-33.30dB
-33.20dB
-33.10dB
-33.00dB
-32.90dB
-32.80dB
-32.70dB
-32.60dB
-32.50dB
-32.40dB
-32.30dB
-32.20dB
-32.10dB
-32.00dB
-31.90dB
-31.80dB
-31.70dB
-31.60dB
-31.50dB
-31.40dB
-31.30dB
-31.20dB
-31.10dB
-31.00dB
-30.90dB
-30.80dB
-30.70dB
-30.60dB
-30.50dB
-30.40dB
Value
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
Data
-30.30dB
-30.20dB
-30.10dB
-30.00dB
-29.90dB
-29.80dB
-29.70dB
-29.60dB
-29.50dB
-29.40dB
-29.30dB
-29.20dB
-29.10dB
-29.00dB
-28.90dB
-28.80dB
-28.70dB
-28.60dB
-28.50dB
-28.40dB
-28.30dB
-28.20dB
-28.10dB
-28.00dB
-27.90dB
-27.80dB
-27.70dB
-27.60dB
-27.50dB
-27.40dB
-27.30dB
-27.20dB
-27.10dB
-27.00dB
-26.90dB
-26.80dB
-26.70dB
-26.60dB
-26.50dB
-26.40dB
-26.30dB
-26.20dB
-26.10dB
-26.00dB
-25.90dB
-25.80dB
-25.70dB
-25.60dB
-25.50dB
-25.40dB
-25.30dB
-25.20dB
-25.10dB
-25.00dB
-24.90dB
-24.80dB
-24.70dB
-24.60dB
-24.50dB
-24.40dB
-24.30dB
-24.20dB
-24.10dB
-24.00dB
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Value
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
Data
-23.90dB
-23.80dB
-23.70dB
-23.60dB
-23.50dB
-23.40dB
-23.30dB
-23.20dB
-23.10dB
-23.00dB
-22.90dB
-22.80dB
-22.70dB
-22.60dB
-22.50dB
-22.40dB
-22.30dB
-22.20dB
-22.10dB
-22.00dB
-21.90dB
-21.80dB
-21.70dB
-21.60dB
-21.50dB
-21.40dB
-21.30dB
-21.20dB
-21.10dB
-21.00dB
-20.90dB
-20.80dB
-20.70dB
-20.60dB
-20.50dB
-20.40dB
-20.30dB
-20.20dB
-20.10dB
-20.00dB
-19.95dB
-19.90dB
-19.85dB
-19.80dB
-19.75dB
-19.70dB
-19.65dB
-19.60dB
-19.55dB
-19.50dB
-19.45dB
-19.40dB
-19.35dB
-19.30dB
-19.25dB
-19.20dB
-19.15dB
-19.10dB
-19.05dB
-19.00dB
-18.95dB
-18.90dB
-18.85dB
-18.80dB
Value
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
Data
-18.75dB
-18.70dB
-18.65dB
-18.60dB
-18.55dB
-18.50dB
-18.45dB
-18.40dB
-18.35dB
-18.30dB
-18.25dB
-18.20dB
-18.15dB
-18.10dB
-18.05dB
-18.00dB
-17.95dB
-17.90dB
-17.85dB
-17.80dB
-17.75dB
-17.70dB
-17.65dB
-17.60dB
-17.55dB
-17.50dB
-17.45dB
-17.40dB
-17.35dB
-17.30dB
-17.25dB
-17.20dB
-17.15dB
-17.10dB
-17.05dB
-17.00dB
-16.95dB
-16.90dB
-16.85dB
-16.80dB
-16.75dB
-16.70dB
-16.65dB
-16.60dB
-16.55dB
-16.50dB
-16.45dB
-16.40dB
-16.35dB
-16.30dB
-16.25dB
-16.20dB
-16.15dB
-16.10dB
-16.05dB
-16.00dB
-15.95dB
-15.90dB
-15.85dB
-15.80dB
-15.75dB
-15.70dB
-15.65dB
-15.60dB
48
5. Parameter Value Details
Value
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
Data
-15.55dB
-15.50dB
-15.45dB
-15.40dB
-15.35dB
-15.30dB
-15.25dB
-15.20dB
-15.15dB
-15.10dB
-15.05dB
-15.00dB
-14.95dB
-14.90dB
-14.85dB
-14.80dB
-14.75dB
-14.70dB
-14.65dB
-14.60dB
-14.55dB
-14.50dB
-14.45dB
-14.40dB
-14.35dB
-14.30dB
-14.25dB
-14.20dB
-14.15dB
-14.10dB
-14.05dB
-14.00dB
-13.95dB
-13.90dB
-13.85dB
-13.80dB
-13.75dB
-13.70dB
-13.65dB
-13.60dB
-13.55dB
-13.50dB
-13.45dB
-13.40dB
-13.35dB
-13.30dB
-13.25dB
-13.20dB
-13.15dB
-13.10dB
-13.05dB
-13.00dB
-12.95dB
-12.90dB
-12.85dB
-12.80dB
-12.75dB
-12.70dB
-12.65dB
-12.60dB
-12.55dB
-12.50dB
-12.45dB
-12.40dB
Value
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
Data
-12.35dB
-12.30dB
-12.25dB
-12.20dB
-12.15dB
-12.10dB
-12.05dB
-12.00dB
-11.95dB
-11.90dB
-11.85dB
-11.80dB
-11.75dB
-11.70dB
-11.65dB
-11.60dB
-11.55dB
-11.50dB
-11.45dB
-11.40dB
-11.35dB
-11.30dB
-11.25dB
-11.20dB
-11.15dB
-11.10dB
-11.05dB
-11.00dB
-10.95dB
-10.90dB
-10.85dB
-10.80dB
-10.75dB
-10.70dB
-10.65dB
-10.60dB
-10.55dB
-10.50dB
-10.45dB
-10.40dB
-10.35dB
-10.30dB
-10.25dB
-10.20dB
-10.15dB
-10.10dB
-10.05dB
-10.00dB
-9.95dB
-9.90dB
-9.85dB
-9.80dB
-9.75dB
-9.70dB
-9.65dB
-9.60dB
-9.55dB
-9.50dB
-9.45dB
-9.40dB
-9.35dB
-9.30dB
-9.25dB
-9.20dB
Value
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665
666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
679
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
690
691
692
693
694
695
696
697
698
699
700
701
702
703
Data
-9.15dB
-9.10dB
-9.05dB
-9.00dB
-8.95dB
-8.90dB
-8.85dB
-8.80dB
-8.75dB
-8.70dB
-8.65dB
-8.60dB
-8.55dB
-8.50dB
-8.45dB
-8.40dB
-8.35dB
-8.30dB
-8.25dB
-8.20dB
-8.15dB
-8.10dB
-8.05dB
-8.00dB
-7.95dB
-7.90dB
-7.85dB
-7.80dB
-7.75dB
-7.70dB
-7.65dB
-7.60dB
-7.55dB
-7.50dB
-7.45dB
-7.40dB
-7.35dB
-7.30dB
-7.25dB
-7.20dB
-7.15dB
-7.10dB
-7.05dB
-7.00dB
-6.95dB
-6.90dB
-6.85dB
-6.80dB
-6.75dB
-6.70dB
-6.65dB
-6.60dB
-6.55dB
-6.50dB
-6.45dB
-6.40dB
-6.35dB
-6.30dB
-6.25dB
-6.20dB
-6.15dB
-6.10dB
-6.05dB
-6.00dB
Value
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
711
712
713
714
715
716
717
718
719
720
721
722
723
724
725
726
727
728
729
730
731
732
733
734
735
736
737
738
739
740
741
742
743
744
745
746
747
748
749
750
751
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
759
760
761
762
763
764
765
766
767
Data
-5.95dB
-5.90dB
-5.85dB
-5.80dB
-5.75dB
-5.70dB
-5.65dB
-5.60dB
-5.55dB
-5.50dB
-5.45dB
-5.40dB
-5.35dB
-5.30dB
-5.25dB
-5.20dB
-5.15dB
-5.10dB
-5.05dB
-5.00dB
-4.95dB
-4.90dB
-4.85dB
-4.80dB
-4.75dB
-4.70dB
-4.65dB
-4.60dB
-4.55dB
-4.50dB
-4.45dB
-4.40dB
-4.35dB
-4.30dB
-4.25dB
-4.20dB
-4.15dB
-4.10dB
-4.05dB
-4.00dB
-3.95dB
-3.90dB
-3.85dB
-3.80dB
-3.75dB
-3.70dB
-3.65dB
-3.60dB
-3.55dB
-3.50dB
-3.45dB
-3.40dB
-3.35dB
-3.30dB
-3.25dB
-3.20dB
-3.15dB
-3.10dB
-3.05dB
-3.00dB
-2.95dB
-2.90dB
-2.85dB
-2.80dB
Value
768
769
770
771
772
773
774
775
776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808
809
810
811
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
Data
-2.75dB
-2.70dB
-2.65dB
-2.60dB
-2.55dB
-2.50dB
-2.45dB
-2.40dB
-2.35dB
-2.30dB
-2.25dB
-2.20dB
-2.15dB
-2.10dB
-2.05dB
-2.00dB
-1.95dB
-1.90dB
-1.85dB
-1.80dB
-1.75dB
-1.70dB
-1.65dB
-1.60dB
-1.55dB
-1.50dB
-1.45dB
-1.40dB
-1.35dB
-1.30dB
-1.25dB
-1.20dB
-1.15dB
-1.10dB
-1.05dB
-1.00dB
-0.95dB
-0.90dB
-0.85dB
-0.80dB
-0.75dB
-0.70dB
-0.65dB
-0.60dB
-0.55dB
-0.50dB
-0.45dB
-0.40dB
-0.35dB
-0.30dB
-0.25dB
-0.20dB
-0.15dB
-0.10dB
-0.05dB
0.00dB
0.05dB
0.10dB
0.15dB
0.20dB
0.25dB
0.30dB
0.35dB
0.40dB
Value
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850
851
852
853
854
855
856
857
858
859
860
861
862
863
864
865
866
867
868
869
870
871
872
873
874
875
876
877
878
879
880
881
882
883
884
885
886
887
888
889
890
891
892
893
894
895
Data
0.45dB
0.50dB
0.55dB
0.60dB
0.65dB
0.70dB
0.75dB
0.80dB
0.85dB
0.90dB
0.95dB
1.00dB
1.05dB
1.10dB
1.15dB
1.20dB
1.25dB
1.30dB
1.35dB
1.40dB
1.45dB
1.50dB
1.55dB
1.60dB
1.65dB
1.70dB
1.75dB
1.80dB
1.85dB
1.90dB
1.95dB
2.00dB
2.05dB
2.10dB
2.15dB
2.20dB
2.25dB
2.30dB
2.35dB
2.40dB
2.45dB
2.50dB
2.55dB
2.60dB
2.65dB
2.70dB
2.75dB
2.80dB
2.85dB
2.90dB
2.95dB
3.00dB
3.05dB
3.10dB
3.15dB
3.20dB
3.25dB
3.30dB
3.35dB
3.40dB
3.45dB
3.50dB
3.55dB
3.60dB
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Value
896
897
898
899
900
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
921
922
923
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
931
932
933
934
935
936
937
938
939
940
941
942
943
944
945
946
947
948
949
950
951
952
953
954
955
956
957
958
959
Data
3.65dB
3.70dB
3.75dB
3.80dB
3.85dB
3.90dB
3.95dB
4.00dB
4.05dB
4.10dB
4.15dB
4.20dB
4.25dB
4.30dB
4.35dB
4.40dB
4.45dB
4.50dB
4.55dB
4.60dB
4.65dB
4.70dB
4.75dB
4.80dB
4.85dB
4.90dB
4.95dB
5.00dB
5.05dB
5.10dB
5.15dB
5.20dB
5.25dB
5.30dB
5.35dB
5.40dB
5.45dB
5.50dB
5.55dB
5.60dB
5.65dB
5.70dB
5.75dB
5.80dB
5.85dB
5.90dB
5.95dB
6.00dB
6.05dB
6.10dB
6.15dB
6.20dB
6.25dB
6.30dB
6.35dB
6.40dB
6.45dB
6.50dB
6.55dB
6.60dB
6.65dB
6.70dB
6.75dB
6.80dB
Value
960
961
962
963
964
965
966
967
968
969
970
971
972
973
974
975
976
977
978
979
980
981
982
983
984
985
986
987
988
989
990
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
998
999
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
Data
6.85dB
6.90dB
6.95dB
7.00dB
7.05dB
7.10dB
7.15dB
7.20dB
7.25dB
7.30dB
7.35dB
7.40dB
7.45dB
7.50dB
7.55dB
7.60dB
7.65dB
7.70dB
7.75dB
7.80dB
7.85dB
7.90dB
7.95dB
8.00dB
8.05dB
8.10dB
8.15dB
8.20dB
8.25dB
8.30dB
8.35dB
8.40dB
8.45dB
8.50dB
8.55dB
8.60dB
8.65dB
8.70dB
8.75dB
8.80dB
8.85dB
8.90dB
8.95dB
9.00dB
9.05dB
9.10dB
9.15dB
9.20dB
9.25dB
9.30dB
9.35dB
9.40dB
9.45dB
9.50dB
9.55dB
9.60dB
9.65dB
9.70dB
9.75dB
9.80dB
9.85dB
9.90dB
9.95dB
10.00dB
49
6. Parameter Value Details
■■Other parameters
1. INPUT PATCH
MTX3
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
MTX5-D
Displayed value
NONE
Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ST IN
1L
1R
2L
2R
SD IN
L
R
Value
Displayed value
15 YDIF
1
16
2
17
3
18
4
19
5
20
6
21
7
22
8
23
9
24
10
25
11
26
12
27
13
28
14
29
15
30
16
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Displayed value
NONE
Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ST IN
1L
1R
2L
2R
SD IN
L
R
Value
Displayed value
15 YDIF
1
16
2
17
3
18
4
19
5
20
6
21
7
22
8
23
9
24
10
25
11
26
12
27
13
28
14
29
15
30
16
2. 3BAND EQ / 4BAND EQ
Q
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0
0.1
29
0.53
58
2.8
87
15.0
1
0.105
30
0.56
59
3.0
88
16.0
2
0.11
31
0.6
60
3.2
89
17.0
3
0.12
32
0.63
61
3.3
90
18.0
4
0.125
33
0.67
62
3.5
91
19.0
5
0.13
34
0.7
63
3.8
92
20.0
6
0.14
35
0.75
64
4.0
93
21.0
7
0.15
36
0.8
65
4.2
94
22.0
8
0.16
37
0.85
66
4.5
95
24.0
9
0.17
38
0.9
67
4.7
96
25.0
10
0.18
39
0.95
68
5.0
97
27.0
11
0.19
40
1.0
69
5.3
98
28.0
12
0.2
41
1.05
70
5.6
99
30.0
13
0.21
42
1.1
71
6.0
100
32.0
14
0.22
43
1.2
72
6.3
101
34.0
102
35.0
15
0.24
44
1.25
73
6.7
16
0.25
45
1.3
74
7.0
103
38.0
17
0.27
46
1.4
75
7.5
104
40.0
18
0.28
47
1.5
76
8
105
42.0
19
0.3
48
1.6
77
8.4
106
45.0
20
0.32
49
1.7
78
9.0
107
47.0
21
0.33
50
1.8
79
9.5
108
50.0
22
0.35
51
1.9
80
10.0
109
53.0
23
0.38
52
2.0
81
10.5
110
56.0
24
0.4
53
2.1
82
11.0
111
60.0
25
0.42
54
2.2
83
12.0
112
63.0
26
0.45
55
2.4
84
12.5
27
0.47
56
2.5
85
13.0
28
0.5
57
2.7
86
14.0
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Type
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Displayed value
PEQ
L.SHELF 6dB/Oct
L.SHELF 12dB/Oct
H.SHELF 6dB/Oct
H.SHELF 12dB/Oct
HPF
LPF
50
6. Parameter Value Details
3. GATE
DECAY
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0
3msec
43
189msec
86
1.23sec
129
7.68sec
1
7msec
44
196msec
87
1.28sec
130
8.11sec
2
10msec
45
203msec
88
1.34sec
131
8.54sec
3
13msec
46
209msec
89
1.39sec
132
8.97sec
4
17msec
47
219msec
90
1.44sec
133
9.39sec
5
22msec
48
229msec
91
1.50sec
134
9.82sec
6
25msec
49
243msec
92
1.55sec
135
10.2sec
7
28msec
50
256msec
93
1.60sec
136
10.7sec
8
32msec
51
269msec
94
1.66sec
137
11.1sec
9
35msec
52
283msec
95
1.74sec
138
11.5sec
10
38msec
53
296msec
96
1.82sec
139
12.0sec
11
42msec
54
309msec
97
1.92sec
140
12.4sec
12
45msec
55
323msec
98
2.03sec
141
12.8sec
13
48msec
56
336msec
99
2.14sec
142
13.2sec
14
52msec
57
349msec
100
2.24sec
143
13.9sec
144
14.5sec
15
55msec
58
363msec
101
2.35sec
16
59msec
59
376msec
102
2.46sec
145
15.4sec
17
63msec
60
390msec
103
2.56sec
146
16.2sec
18
66msec
61
403msec
104
2.67sec
147
17.1sec
19
69msec
62
416msec
105
2.78sec
148
17.9sec
20
73msec
63
436msec
106
2.89sec
149
18.8sec
21
76msec
64
456msec
107
2.99sec
150
19.6sec
22
79msec
65
483msec
108
3.10sec
151
20.5sec
23
83msec
66
509msec
109
3.21sec
152
21.4sec
24
86msec
67
536msec
110
3.31sec
153
22.2sec
25
89msec
68
563msec
111
3.47sec
154
23.1sec
26
93msec
69
589msec
112
3.63sec
155
23.9sec
27
96msec
70
616msec
113
3.84sec
156
24.8sec
28
99msec
71
643msec
114
4.06sec
157
25.6sec
29
103msec
72
670msec
115
4.27sec
158
26.5sec
30
106msec
73
696msec
116
4.48sec
159
27.7sec
31
111msec
74
723msec
117
4.70sec
160
29.0sec
118
4.91sec
161
30.7sec
32
116msec
75
750msec
33
123msec
76
777msec
119
5.13sec
162
32.4sec
34
129msec
77
803msec
120
5.34sec
163
34.1sec
35
136msec
78
830msec
121
5.55sec
164
35.9sec
36
143msec
79
870msec
122
5.77sec
165
37.6sec
37
149msec
80
909msec
123
5.98sec
166
39.3sec
38
156msec
81
963msec
124
6.20sec
167
41.0sec
39
163msec
82
1.02sec
125
6.41sec
168
42.7sec
40
169msec
83
1.07sec
126
6.62sec
41
176msec
84
1.12sec
127
6.94sec
42
183msec
85
1.18sec
128
7.26sec
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6. Parameter Value Details
HOLD
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0
0.02msec
54
2.01msec
108
20.2msec
162
211msec
1
0.04msec
55
2.10msec
109
20.9msec
163
222msec
2
0.07msec
56
2.19msec
110
21.6msec
164
233msec
3
0.09msec
57
2.28msec
111
22.6msec
165
245msec
4
0.11msec
58
2.36msec
112
23.6msec
166
256msec
5
0.14msec
59
2.45msec
113
25.0msec
167
267msec
6
0.16msec
60
2.54msec
114
26.4msec
168
278msec
7
0.18msec
61
2.62msec
115
27.8msec
169
289msec
8
0.21msec
62
2.71msec
116
29.2msec
170
300msec
9
0.23msec
63
2.84msec
117
30.6msec
171
311msec
10
0.25msec
64
2.97msec
118
32.0msec
172
323msec
11
0.27msec
65
3.14msec
119
33.4msec
173
334msec
12
0.29msec
66
3.32msec
120
34.8msec
174
345msec
13
0.31msec
67
3.49msec
121
36.2msec
175
361msec
17
0.41msec
71
4.19msec
125
41.7msec
179
445msec
180
467msec
18
0.43msec
72
4.36msec
126
43.1msec
19
0.45msec
73
4.53msec
127
45.2msec
181
489msec
20
0.47msec
74
4.71msec
128
47.2msec
182
511msec
21
0.49msec
75
4.88msec
129
50.0msec
183
534msec
22
0.52msec
76
5.06msec
130
52.8msec
184
556msec
23
0.54msec
77
5.23msec
131
55.6msec
185
578msec
24
0.56msec
78
5.40msec
132
58.4msec
186
601msec
25
0.58msec
79
5.66msec
133
61.2msec
187
623msec
26
0.60msec
80
5.92msec
134
63.9msec
188
645msec
27
0.62msec
81
6.27msec
135
66.7msec
189
667msec
28
0.65msec
82
6.61msec
136
69.5msec
190
690msec
29
0.67msec
83
6.96msec
137
72.3msec
191
723msec
30
0.69msec
84
7.31msec
138
75.1msec
192
756msec
31
0.72msec
85
7.66msec
139
77.9msec
193
800msec
32
0.75msec
86
8.01msec
140
80.7msec
194
845msec
33
0.80msec
87
8.36msec
141
83.4msec
195
889msec
34
0.84msec
88
8.70msec
142
86.2msec
196
934msec
143
90.3msec
197
978msec
35
0.88msec
89
9.05msec
36
0.93msec
90
9.40msec
144
94.5msec
198
1.02sec
37
0.97msec
91
9.75msec
145
100msec
199
1.07sec
38
1.02msec
92
10.1msec
146
106msec
200
1.11sec
39
1.06msec
93
10.4msec
147
111msec
201
1.16sec
40
1.10msec
94
10.8msec
148
117msec
202
1.20sec
41
1.15msec
95
11.3msec
149
122msec
203
1.25sec
42
1.19msec
96
11.8msec
150
128msec
204
1.29sec
43
1.23msec
97
12.5msec
151
133msec
205
1.33sec
44
1.28msec
98
13.2msec
152
139msec
206
1.38sec
45
1.32msec
99
13.9msec
153
145msec
207
1.45sec
46
1.36msec
100
14.6msec
154
150msec
208
1.51sec
47
1.43msec
101
15.3msec
155
156msec
209
1.60sec
48
1.49msec
102
16.0msec
156
161msec
210
1.69sec
49
1.58msec
103
16.7msec
157
167msec
211
1.78sec
50
1.67msec
104
17.4msec
158
172msec
212
1.87sec
51
1.75msec
105
18.1msec
159
181msec
213
1.96sec
106
18.8msec
160
189msec
52
1.84msec
53
1.93msec
107
19.5msec
161
200msec
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4. COMPRESSOR
RATIO
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
10
1.0:1
58
5.8:1
106
10.6:1
154
15.4:1
11
1.1:1
59
5.9:1
107
10.7:1
155
15.5:1
12
1.2:1
60
6.0:1
108
10.8:1
156
15.6:1
13
1.3:1
61
6.1:1
109
10.9:1
157
15.7:1
14
1.4:1
62
6.2:1
110
11.0:1
158
15.8:1
15
1.5:1
63
6.3:1
111
11.1:1
159
15.9:1
16
1.6:1
64
6.4:1
112
11.2:1
160
16.0:1
17
1.7:1
65
6.5:1
113
11.3:1
161
16.1:1
18
1.8:1
66
6.6:1
114
11.4:1
162
16.2:1
19
1.9:1
67
6.7:1
115
11.5:1
163
16.3:1
20
2.0:1
68
6.8:1
116
11.6:1
164
16.4:1
21
2.1:1
69
6.9:1
117
11.7:1
165
16.5:1
22
2.2:1
70
7.0:1
118
11.8:1
166
16.6:1
23
2.3:1
71
7.1:1
119
11.9:1
167
16.7:1
24
2.4:1
72
7.2:1
120
12.0:1
168
16.8:1
169
16.9:1
25
2.5:1
73
7.3:1
121
12.1:1
26
2.6:1
74
7.4:1
122
12.2:1
170
17.0:1
27
2.7:1
75
7.5:1
123
12.3:1
171
17.1:1
28
2.8:1
76
7.6:1
124
12.4:1
172
17.2:1
29
2.9:1
77
7.7:1
125
12.5:1
173
17.3:1
30
3.0:1
78
7.8:1
126
12.6:1
174
17.4:1
31
3.1:1
79
7.9:1
127
12.7:1
175
17.5:1
32
3.2:1
80
8.0:1
128
12.8:1
176
17.6:1
33
3.3:1
81
8.1:1
129
12.9:1
177
17.7:1
34
3.4:1
82
8.2:1
130
13.0:1
178
17.8:1
35
3.5:1
83
8.3:1
131
13.1:1
179
17.9:1
36
3.6:1
84
8.4:1
132
13.2:1
180
18.0:1
37
3.7:1
85
8.5:1
133
13.3:1
181
18.1:1
38
3.8:1
86
8.6:1
134
13.4:1
182
18.2:1
39
3.9:1
87
8.7:1
135
13.5:1
183
18.3:1
40
4.0:1
88
8.8:1
136
13.6:1
184
18.4:1
41
4.1:1
89
8.9:1
137
13.7:1
185
18.5:1
138
13.8:1
186
18.6:1
42
4.2:1
90
9.0:1
43
4.3:1
91
9.1:1
139
13.9:1
187
18.7:1
44
4.4:1
92
9.2:1
140
14.0:1
188
18.8:1
45
4.5:1
93
9.3:1
141
14.1:1
189
18.9:1
46
4.6:1
94
9.4:1
142
14.2:1
190
19.0:1
47
4.7:1
95
9.5:1
143
14.3:1
191
19.1:1
48
4.8:1
96
9.6:1
144
14.4:1
192
19.2:1
49
4.9:1
97
9.7:1
145
14.5:1
193
19.3:1
50
5.0:1
98
9.8:1
146
14.6:1
194
19.4:1
51
5.1:1
99
9.9:1
147
14.7:1
195
19.5:1
52
5.2:1
100
10.0:1
148
14.8:1
196
19.6:1
53
5.3:1
101
10.1:1
149
14.9:1
197
19.7:1
54
5.4:1
102
10.2:1
150
15.0:1
198
19.8:1
55
5.5:1
103
10.3:1
151
15.1:1
199
19.9:1
56
5.6:1
104
10.4:1
152
15.2:1
200
20.0:1
57
5.7:1
105
10.5:1
153
15.3:1
201
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KNEE
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
Displayed value
HARD
1
2
3
4
5
RELEASE
Same as GATE DECAY
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5. AGC
RESPONSE TIME
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0
100msec
30
2.20sec
1
150msec
31
2.30sec
2
200msec
32
2.40sec
3
250msec
33
2.50sec
4
300msec
34
2.60sec
5
350msec
35
2.70sec
6
400msec
36
2.80sec
7
450msec
37
2.90sec
8
500msec
38
3.00sec
9
550msec
39
3.10sec
10
600msec
40
3.20sec
12
700msec
42
3.40sec
13
750msec
43
3.50sec
14
800msec
44
3.60sec
15
850msec
45
3.70sec
16
900msec
46
3.80sec
17
950msec
47
3.90sec
18
1.00sec
48
4.00sec
19
1.10sec
49
4.10sec
20
1.20sec
50
4.20sec
21
1.30sec
51
4.30sec
22
1.40sec
52
4.40sec
23
1.50sec
53
4.50sec
24
1.60sec
54
4.60sec
25
1.70sec
55
4.70sec
26
1.80sec
56
4.80sec
27
1.90sec
57
4.90sec
28
2.00sec
58
5.00sec
29
2.10sec
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6. Parameter Value Details
6. EFFECT
TYPE
Value
0
1
2
3
Displayed value
Reverb Hall
Reverb Stage1
Karaoke Echo
Vocal Echo
RevHallTime/RevStageTime
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Time(sec)
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.1
Value
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
KaraokeTime/VocalTime
Time(sec)
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.5
8.0
8.5
9.0
9.5
10.0
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Time (msec)
Value
0.4
43
3.2
44
6.4
45
9.5
46
12.7
47
15.8
48
19
49
22.1
50
25.3
51
28.4
52
31.6
53
34.7
54
37.9
55
41
56
44.2
57
47.3
58
50.5
59
53.6
60
56.8
61
59.9
62
63.1
63
64
66.2
69.4
65
72.5
66
75.7
67
78.8
68
82
69
85.1
70
88.3
71
91.4
72
94.6
73
97.7
74
100.9
75
104
76
107.2
77
110.3
78
113.5
79
116.6
80
119.8
81
122.9
82
126.1
83
129.2
84
132.4
85
Time (msec)
Value
135.5
86
138.6
87
141.8
88
144.9
89
148.1
90
151.2
91
154.4
92
157.5
93
160.7
94
163.8
95
167
96
170.1
97
173.3
98
176.4
99
179.6
100
182.7
101
185.9
102
189
103
192.2
104
195.3
105
198.5
106
201.6
107
204.8
108
207.9
109
211.1
110
214.2
111
217.4
112
220.5
113
223.7
114
226.8
115
230
116
233.1
117
236.3
118
239.4
119
242.6
120
245.7
121
248.9
122
252
123
255.2
124
258.3
125
261.5
126
264.6
127
267.7
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270.9
274
277.2
280.3
283.5
286.6
289.8
292.9
296.1
299.2
302.4
305.5
308.7
311.8
315
318.1
321.3
324.4
327.6
330.7
333.9
337
340.2
343.3
346.5
349.6
352.8
355.9
359.1
362.2
365.4
368.5
371.7
374.8
378
381.1
384.3
387.4
390.6
393.7
396.9
400
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6. Parameter Value Details
7. SPEAKER PROCESSOR
HPF/LPF TYPE
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Displayed value
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
32dB/Oct AdjustGc
32dB/Oct Butrwrth
32dB/Oct Bessel
48dB/Oct AdjustGc
48dB/Oct Butrwrth
48dB/Oct Bessel
48dB/Oct Linkwitz
LIMITER RELEASE
Same as GATE DECAY
PEQ Q
Same as the Q of 3BAND EQ / 4BAND EQ
PEQ Type
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Displayed value
PEQ
L.SHELF 6dB/Oct
L.SHELF 12dB/Oct
H.SHELF 6dB/Oct
H.SHELF 12dB/Oct
HPF
LPF
APF 1st
APF 2nd
Horn EQ
LIMITER ATTACK/RELEASE MODE
Value
0
1
2
3
Displayed value
Fast
Mid
Slow
Manual
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8. PRIORITY PROCESSOR
1st/2nd PRIORITY DUCKER PRIORITY SOURCE
ANC SOURCE
MTX3
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value
0
NONE
1
CH1
2
CH2
3
CH3
4
CH4
5
CH5
6
CH6
7
CH7
8
CH8
9
STIN1L
10
STIN1R
11
STIN2L
12
STIN2R
13
STIN3L
14
STIN3R
15
CH9
16
CH10
17
CH11
18
CH12
19
CH13
20
CH14
21
CH15
22
CH16
23
YDIF IN 1
24
YDIF IN 2
25
YDIF IN 3
26
YDIF IN 4
27
YDIF IN 5
28
YDIF IN 6
29
YDIF IN 7
30
YDIF IN 8
31
YDIF IN 9
32
YDIF IN 10
33
YDIF IN 11
34
YDIF IN 12
35
YDIF IN 13
36
YDIF IN 14
37
YDIF IN 15
38
YDIF IN 16
39
ANC BUS1
40
ANC BUS2
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0
NONE
31
YDIF IN 1
1
CH1
32
YDIF IN 2
2
CH2
33
YDIF IN 3
3
CH3
34
YDIF IN 4
4
CH4
35
YDIF IN 5
5
CH5
36
YDIF IN 6
6
CH6
37
YDIF IN 7
7
CH7
38
YDIF IN 8
8
CH8
39
YDIF IN 9
9
CH9
40
YDIF IN 10
10
CH10
41
YDIF IN 11
11
CH11
42
YDIF IN 12
12
CH12
43
YDIF IN 13
13
CH13
44
YDIF IN 14
14
CH14
45
YDIF IN 15
15
CH15
46
YDIF IN 16
16
CH16
47
ANC BUS1
17
STIN1L
48
ANC BUS2
18
STIN1R
19
STIN2L
20
STIN2R
21
STIN3L
22
STIN3R
23
CH17
24
CH18
25
CH19
26
CH20
27
CH21
28
CH22
29
CH23
30
CH24
ANC RATIO
Value Displayed value
5
0.5:1
6
0.6:1
7
0.7:1
8
0.8:1
9
0.9:1
10
1.0:1
11
1.1:1
12
1.2:1
13
1.3:1
14
1.4:1
15
1.5:1
16
1.6:1
17
1.7:1
18
1.8:1
19
1.9:1
20
2.0:1
RELEASE
Same as GATE DECAY
HOLD
Same as GATE HOLD
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9. ROUTER
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0
NONE
1
ZONE 1
2
ZONE 2
3
ZONE 3
4
ZONE 4
5
ZONE 5
6
ZONE 6
7
ZONE 7
8
ZONE 8
9
YDIF IN 1
10
YDIF IN 2
11
YDIF IN 3
12
YDIF IN 4
13
YDIF IN 5
14
YDIF IN 6
15
YDIF IN 7
16
YDIF IN 8
17
YDIF IN 9
18
YDIF IN 10
19
YDIF IN 11
20
YDIF IN 12
21
YDIF IN 13
22
YDIF IN 14
23
YDIF IN 15
24
YDIF IN 16
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0
NONE
17
YDIF IN 1
1
ZONE 1
18
YDIF IN 2
2
ZONE 2
19
YDIF IN 3
3
ZONE 3
20
YDIF IN 4
4
ZONE 4
21
YDIF IN 5
5
ZONE 5
22
YDIF IN 6
6
ZONE 6
23
YDIF IN 7
7
ZONE 7
24
YDIF IN 8
8
ZONE 8
25
YDIF IN 9
9
ZONE 9
26
YDIF IN 10
10
ZONE 10
27
YDIF IN 11
11
ZONE 11
28
YDIF IN 12
12
ZONE 12
29
YDIF IN 13
13
ZONE 13
30
YDIF IN 14
14
ZONE 14
31
YDIF IN 15
15
ZONE 15
32
YDIF IN 16
16
ZONE 16
10.OUTPUT PATCH
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0
NONE
1
OUTPUT CH1
2
OUTPUT CH2
3
OUTPUT CH3
4
OUTPUT CH4
5
OUTPUT CH5
6
OUTPUT CH6
7
OUTPUT CH7
8
OUTPUT CH8
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value
0
NONE
1
OUTPUT CH1
2
OUTPUT CH2
3
OUTPUT CH3
4
OUTPUT CH4
5
OUTPUT CH5
6
OUTPUT CH6
7
OUTPUT CH7
8
OUTPUT CH8
9
OUTPUT CH9
10 OUTPUT CH10
11 OUTPUT CH11
12 OUTPUT CH12
13 OUTPUT CH13
14 OUTPUT CH14
15 OUTPUT CH15
16 OUTPUT CH16
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6. Parameter Value Details
11.YDIF PATCH
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0
NONE
1
CH1
2
CH2
3
CH3
4
CH4
5
CH5
6
CH6
7
CH7
8
CH8
9
STIN1L
10
STIN1R
11
STIN2L
12
STIN2R
13
STIN3L
14
STIN3R
15
ZONE 1
16
ZONE 2
17
ZONE 3
18
ZONE 4
19
ZONE 5
20
ZONE 6
21
ZONE 7
22
ZONE 8
23
THRU 1
24
THRU 2
25
THRU 3
26
THRU 4
27
THRU 5
28
THRU 6
29
THRU 7
30
THRU 8
31
THRU 9
32
THRU 10
33
THRU 11
34
THRU 12
35
THRU 13
36
THRU 14
37
THRU 15
38
THRU 16
39
OUTPUT CH1
40
OUTPUT CH2
41
OUTPUT CH3
42
OUTPUT CH4
43
OUTPUT CH5
44
OUTPUT CH6
45
OUTPUT CH7
46
OUTPUT CH8
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0
NONE
39
THRU 1
1
CH1
40
THRU 2
2
CH2
41
THRU 3
3
CH3
42
THRU 4
4
CH4
43
THRU 5
5
CH5
44
THRU 6
6
CH6
45
THRU 7
7
CH7
46
THRU 8
8
CH8
47
THRU 9
9
CH9
48
THRU 10
10
CH10
49
THRU 11
11
CH11
50
THRU 12
12
CH12
51
THRU 13
13
CH13
52
THRU 14
14
CH14
53
THRU 15
15
CH15
54
THRU 16
16
CH16
55
OUTPUT CH1
17
STIN1L
56
OUTPUT CH2
18
STIN1R
57
OUTPUT CH3
19
STIN2L
58
OUTPUT CH4
20
STIN2R
59
OUTPUT CH5
21
STIN3L
60
OUTPUT CH6
22
STIN3R
61
OUTPUT CH7
23
ZONE 1
62
OUTPUT CH8
24
ZONE 2
63
OUTPUT CH9
25
ZONE 3
64 OUTPUT CH10
26
ZONE 4
65 OUTPUT CH11
27
ZONE 5
66 OUTPUT CH12
28
ZONE 6
67 OUTPUT CH13
29
ZONE 7
68 OUTPUT CH14
30
ZONE 8
69 OUTPUT CH15
31
ZONE 9
70 OUTPUT CH16
32
ZONE 10
33
ZONE 11
34
ZONE 12
35
ZONE 13
36
ZONE 14
37
ZONE 15
38
ZONE 16
*About MTX3 23 to 38 (THRU1 to 16), MTX5-D 39 to 54 (THRU1 to 16)
Note the difference in behavior between the MTX Editor and MTX external control protocol. On the MTX editor, when you press THRU, one of
the 16 YDIF channels is selected automatically.
However, with the MTX external control protocol, you can select the channel freely.
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6. Parameter Value Details
12.MY4-AEC INPUT PATCH
Near-end Mic / From Far-end
value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
PORT
NONE
Input
ST IN
SD IN
YDIF
DANTE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1L
1R
2L
2R
L
R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
value
PORT
47 SLOT
1
48
2
49
3
50
4
51 Output
1
52
2
53
3
54
4
55
5
56
6
57
7
58
8
59
9
60
10
61
11
62
12
63
13
64
14
65
15
66
16
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6. Parameter Value Details
13.MY4-AEC FBS
WIDTH
Value
0
1
2
DEPTH
Displayed Value
1/10oct
1/60oct
1/93oct
Value
0
1
2
Displayed Value
-6dB
-12dB
-18dB
14.MY4-AEC Digtal I/O SRC
FsType
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
Displayed value
44.1kHz
48kHz
88.2kHz
96kHz
AES/EBU IN CH1/2
AES/EBU IN CH3/4
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7. Parameter List
MTX3/MTX5-D
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
o
o 512
50000 0
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
o
o
o
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
1
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
INPUT
INTERNAL
PORT
HA
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
INPUT
PATCH
InputPatch
In
30(62) Input x
22(30) Output
Patch
NONE
YDIF IN 16
(SLOT
16)
PreInputSection In
Phase
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Gain
-96.0
24.0
dB
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
Frequency 20.0
20.0k
Hz
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000000
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Q(*)
63.0
0.1
-
* Valid only for PEQ
* See "2.3BAND EQ
/ 4BAND EQ" in "7.
Parameter Values"
* (100 : Other
than Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
* Not adjustable
for HPF/LPF
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
0:OFF
1:ON
20001 0
0
0-21
0
(1-22ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-21
(9-30ch)
0
0
0
INPUT
PATCH
0
INPUT
GAIN/HPF
CHANNEL
20004
20002 0
20005
20006
20002 0
20005
20006
20002 1
20005
20006
20002 1
20005
20006
20004 0
20007
20008
20004 0
o
Summing STEREO SUM
0
20007
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0
1
0
0
HPF
3BAND EQ
PEQ 8(16)
Channel 3
Band
PEQ
0
Frequency 20.0(*)
20.0k
Hz
2
0
Gain(*)
-18.0
18.0
dB
3
0
Bypass
OFF
ON
-
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0, 2
4
(1-8ch) (0:Band A
2:Band C)
0-7
0
Type
PEQ
LPF
-
* See "2.3BAND
EQ / 4BAND EQ"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
0
0
Property PEQOn OFF
ON
-
0:ON
1:OFF
20004 0
0-7
(1-8ch)
20008
0-7
(9-16ch)
20004 0
20007
20008
0-7
(1-8ch)
20004 1
20007
20008
0
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0:STEREO
1:SUM
* Not saved to
presets
* See "1. INPUT
PATCH" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
1
0-7
(9-16ch)
20004 0
20007
20008
0
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0-2
0
(1-8ch) (0:Band A
1:Band B
0-7
(9-16ch) 2:Band C)
20008
20007
1
dB
-
Remarks
Internal ST
Port
input 3ch AD
0
66
ON
unit
INPUT
PORT
SETUP
0
-6
OFF
MAX
Gain
+48V
0-2
20003
MIN
Internal Head Ch
Amp 8ch AD
50001 0
o
Prarameter Name
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
o
512
40002 0
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
o
40000
40001
0-7
o
(9-16ch)
o
40002 0
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
o
40000
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
40001
40002 0
40000
40001
40002 0
40000
40001
40002 0
40000
40001
40002 1
40000
40001
40002 40000
40001
40000 0
40002
40003
40000 0
40002
40003
40000 0
40002
40003
40000 0
40002
40003
40000 0
40002
40003
40000 0
40002
40003
40000 1
40002
40003
40000 40002
40003
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
-
0-7
(1-8ch)
0
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-7
(9-16ch)
-
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
INPUT
GATE
CHANNEL
1
Prarameter Name
Gate 8(16)
Channel
Dyn
MIN
MAX
unit
Remarks
Threshold -72
0
dB
0
Range
-70
0
dB
2
0
Attack
0
120
ms
3
0
Decay
3.2m
42.600
s
* See "3.GATE"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
4
0
Hold
0.02m
1.96
s
* See "3.GATE"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
0
0
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
-
-
-
-
-
-
See Meter Value
Details
0
0
Threshold -54
0
dB
1
0
Ratio
1.0:1
∞:1
-
* See
"4.COMPRESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
2
0
Knee
HARD
5
-
* See
"4.COMPRESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
3
0
Attack
0
120
ms
4
0
Release 3.2m
42.600
s
* See
"4.COMPRESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
5
0
Gain
0.0
18.0
dB
dB x 10
ex. 5.2dB x 10
= 52
0
0
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
-
-
-
-
-
-
See Meter Value
Details
ON
Gate 8(16)
Channel Meter
COMPRESSOR Compressor
Dyn
8(16) Channel
ON
Compressor
8(16) Channel
Meter
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
40005 0
0-3
0
o
(1-4ch)
40004
0-7
o
(1-8ch)
40005 0
0-3
0
(1-4ch)
o
o
o
o
40004
0-7
(1-8ch)
40005 1
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-3
(1-4ch)
40004
40005 2
o
o
40004
40005 2
o
o
40004
40005 2
o
o
o
o
40004
0-7
(1-8ch)
40005 3
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-3
(1-4ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-7
(1-8ch)
0-15
(1-16ch)
40004
40004 0
o
o
40005
40004
o
o
40005
40004
o
o
40005
40004 1
o
o
40005
60000 0
o
o
1
o
o
2
o
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
INPUT
FBS
CHANNEL
1
Prarameter Name
Feedback
Suppressor
4(8) Channel
MIN
MAX
unit
Dynamic AutoDetect OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0
Clear
ON
-
Write 1 to start
the clear process.
When the process
finishes, the value
automatically
returns to 0.
0
0-6
(Freq1-7)
0
DynFilter Frequency 20.0
20.0k
Hz
Readable.
Operation is not
guaranteed when
it is written to.
0
0
0
Fixed
0
1
0
OFF
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0
Detect
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
2
0
Clear
OFF
ON
-
Write 1 to start
the clear process.
When the process
finishes, the value
automatically
returns to 0.
0
0-6
(Freq1-7)
0
FixedFilter Frequency 20.0
20.0k
Hz
Readable.
Writing is also
possible.
0
0
5.0
-
* See "5.AGC"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
5
-
0
AGC
AutoGainControl Compensator Response 100m
4(8) Channel
Time
1
Level
2
NoiseGate OFF
On
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
0:OFF
1:ON
Group
Master
0
0
0
0
0
0
On
INPUT
CHANNEL
LEVEL
DCA Fader
Fader
8(16) Channel
0-7
0-7
(1-8ch) (A-H)
0-15
(1-16ch)
0
1
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
On
OFF
ON
-
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Group
Master
MuteOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Insert
Insert
ON
-
CH * Ins.Out
->SLOT OUT *
CH * Ins.In ->
SLOT In *
o
60001 0
o
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-15
(1-16ch)
0-7
0-7
(1-8ch) (A-H)
0-15
(1-16ch)
0
0
20033 0
0-15
0
(1-16ch)
0
0
Insert
70000 0
0-7
0
(1-8ch)
0-15
(1-16ch)
0
0
ChannelName Channel
Name 8(16)
Channel
o
1
o
o
o
2
0
INPUT
CHANNEL
MUTE
DCA Mute
On
8(16) Channel
o
o
o
o
o
Remarks
Insert with
MY card 16
Channel
ChName Name
OFF
Charactor (UTF-8)
48byte
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
0:OFF
1:ON
-
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
30000 0
0-5
0
o
o
(STIN1L3R)
0-2
30001 0
0-5
o
(STIN1L- (0:Band A
3R)
1:Band B
o
2:Band C)
0
o
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
INPUT
GAIN/HPF
CHANNEL
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
Prarameter Name
MIN
MAX
unit
Digital Gain 6 Ch
Channel
Gain
-96.0
24.0
PEQ 6
Channel 3
Band
Q(*)
63.0
0.1
-
Frequency 20.0(*)
20.0k
Hz
0
Gain(*)
-18.0
18.0
dB
3
0
Bypass
OFF
ON
-
0
4
0, 2
(0:Band A
2:Band C)
0
Type
PEQ
LPF
-
* See "2.3BAND
EQ / 4 BAND EQ"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
1
0
0
0
Property PEQOn OFF
ON
-
0:ON
1:OFF
40001 0
40006
40001 0
0-3
0
(STIN1L2R)
0
0
0
Dyn
Threshold -54
0
dB
1
0
Ratio
1.0:1
∞:1
-
0
2
0
Knee
HARD
5
-
0
3
0
Attack
0
120
ms
0
4
0
Release 3.2m
42.600
s
0
5
0
Gain
0.0
18.0
dB
0
0
0
On
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
See Meter Value
Details
0
0
5.0
s
* See "5.AGC"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
0
0-3
0
(STIN1L2R)
0
1
0
Level
5
-
0
0
2
0
NoiseGate OFF
On
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
1
0
0
0
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0
0
0
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Group
Master
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
3BAND EQ
PEQ
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
40006
40001 0
40006
40001 0
40006
40001 0
o
o
40006
o
40001 1
40006
40001 -
o
40008
o
o
40003 0
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
40007
40003
40007
40003
40007
40003
40007
60000
0
o
o
1
o
o
2
o
COMPRESSOR Compressor
4 Channel
40006
40001 0
o
Remarks
-
8-13
(ST IN
1L-ST
IN 3R)
16-21
(ST1LST3R)
8-13
(ST1LST3R)
16-21
(ST1LST3R)
0
0-7
(A-H)
Compressor
4 Channel
Meter
AGC
AutoGainControl Compensator Response 100m
4 Channel
Time
On
INPUT
CHANNEL
LEVEL
DCA Fader 6 Fader
Channel
Level
1
-∞
o
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
* See "2.3BAND
EQ / 4 BAND EQ"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
*(100 : Other than
Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
* Not adjustable
for HPF/LPF
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
0:OFF
1:ON
* See
"4.COMPRESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
* See
"4.COMPRESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
* See
"4.COMPRESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
dB x 10
ex. 5.2dB x 10
= 52
65
7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
60001 0
8-13
0
o
(ST1LST3R)
16-21
o
(ST1LST3R)
1
8-13
0-7
o
(ST1L- (A-H)
ST3R)
16-21
o
(ST1LST3R)
2
0
o
o
o
o
70004 0
60000 0
o
o
1
o
o
2
o
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
INPUT
INPUT
CHANNEL CHANNEL
MUTE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0-7
(A-H)
0
0
Prarameter Name
DCA Mute 6
Channel
On
MIN
unit
o
o
1
o
o
2
o
70000 0
o
o
70003
0
14-21
(9-16Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
22-29
(17-24Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
14-21
0-7
(9-16Ch (A-H)
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
22-29
(17-24Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
0
0
0
0
0
8-15
0
(9-16ch)
0-7
0
(17-24ch)
0
0
0
0
INPUT
CHANNEL
MUTE
DCA Mute 8
Channel
ChannelName Channel
Name 8
Channel
Remarks
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Group
MuteOn OFF
ON
Master
ChName Name
Charactor (UTF-8) 48byte
0:OFF
1:ON
ChannelName Channel
Name 3
Channel
INPUT
DCA Fader 8 Fader
CHANNEL Channel
LEVEL
On
MAX
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Group
Master
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
On
On
OFF
ON
-
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
0:OFF
1:ON
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Group
MuteOn OFF
ON
Master
ChName Name
Charactor (UTF-8) 48byte
0:OFF
1:ON
o
60001 0
o
0-5
(ST1LST3R)
14-21
(9-16Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
22-29
(17-24Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
14-21
(9-16Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
22-29
(17-24Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
0
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
PrmNo IndexNo Category
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(Parameter (Index
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
Number) Number)
512
20006 0
0-1
0
1
0
EFFECT
o
(Effect1-2)
20013
o
20006 1
o
o
o
o
o
o
20014
o
20008 1
20014
70004 0
o
30002 1
o
1
o
1
o
1
o
1
o
1
o
1
o
1
o
1
o
1
o
Simple
Effect
0-3
0
(Fx.RTN1L
- 2R)
6-7
(FxRtn1,
FxRtn2)
0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-17:FxRt1L-2R
18-25:CH9-16)
0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-25:CH17-24
26-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-17:FxRt1L-2R
18-25:CH9-16)
0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-25:CH17-24
26-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-17:FxRt1L-2R
18-25:CH9-16)
0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-25:CH17-24
26-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-17:FxRt1L-2R
18-25:CH9-16)
0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-25:CH17-24
26-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-17:FxRt1L-2R
18-25:CH9-16)
0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-25:CH17-24
26-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0
unit
RevHall 0.3
Time
10.0
s
1
RevStage 0.3
Time
10.0
s
2
Karaoke 0.4
Time
400
ms
3
Vocal
Time
0.4
400
ms
Fader
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
On
On
OFF
ON
-
0
0
0
0
0-7
0
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
0
0-15
0
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
0
0-7
1
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
0
0-15
1
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
0
0-7
0
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
0
0-15
0
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
0
0-7
1
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
0
0-15
1
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
0
0-7
2
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
0
0-15
2
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
0
EFFECT ST Fader 4
RETURN
Channel
INPUT
ChannelName Channel
ChName Name
CHANNEL
Name 2
Channel
MATRIX MATRIX
MixBus 26(34) Ch
Level
SEND
Input x 8(16)
Output
(STEREO) ->
(MONO)
MixBus 26(34) Ch
Input x 8(16)
Output
(MONO) ->
(STEREO)
Reverb
Hall
MAX
-
20013
o
o
Type
20013
20008 0
o
Effect
20013
20006
o
MIN
Vocal
Echo
20013
20006
o
Effect
0
20006
o
Prarameter Name
Remarks
* See "6.
EFFECT" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
* See "6.
EFFECT" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
* See "6.
EFFECT" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
* See "6.
EFFECT" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
* See "6.
EFFECT" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
0:OFF
1:ON
Charactor (UTF-8) 48byte
-∞
0.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Level
-∞
0.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Pan
L63
R63
-
-63 :L63
0:C
63:R63
e.g. L31 = -31
Valid only for odd
channels and
available only
when destination
Matrix channels
are paired.
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
20010 0
0-21
0-3
(0- 7:CH1-8
(0:FX 1 SEND
o
8-13:STIN1L-3R 1:FX 2 SEND
14-21:CH9-16) 2:ANC 1 SEND
3:ANC 2 SEND)
20017 0
0-29
(0- 15:CH1-16
o
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24)
20010 0
0-21
( 0- 7:CH1-8
o
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16 )
20017 0
0-29
(0- 15:CH1-16
o
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24)
20011 0
0
0-7
(0:ZONE1
2nd
o
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE
:
20018
7:ZONE8
2nd
o
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE)
0
o
20012 0
0-7
(ZONE1-8)
o
20019
o
o
o
o
o
o
20012
20019
20012
20019
20012
o
o
o
o
0
0
0
0
0
ZONE
Matrix Mixer
Ch
22(30) Input 2
Output
MIN
MAX
unit
-∞
0.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
None
ANC
BUS 2
-
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
SOURCE
SELECT
Router 40(48) In
Input 1 Output
Patch
2nd
PRIORITY
DUCKER
Ducking 8
Channel
Threshold -54
0
dB
Range
-70
0
dB
2
Attack
0
240
ms
3
Release 3.2m
42.600
s
4
Hold
0.02m
1.96
s
Level
-∞
0.00
dB
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Patch
None
ANC
BUS 2
-
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
Dyn
0
Source
20019
20012
20019
20011 0
20018
1
0
Remarks
Level
20019
o
o
1
Prarameter Name
20019
20012 1
o
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
MATRIX FX/ANC
SEND
1
20012
o
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
0
8-15
(8:ZONE1
1st
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE
:
15:ZONE8
1st
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE)
0
SOURCE
SELECT
Router 40(48) In
Input 1 Output
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
68
7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
o
512
20013 0
0-7
0
(ZONE1-8)
o
20020
o
20013
o
20020
o
20013
o
20020
20013
o
o
o
o
o
o
20013
20020
20011 0
0
20014 0
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
240
ms
3
Release 3.2m
42.600
s
4
Hold
0.02m
1.96
s
Level
-∞
0.00
dB
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Patch
None
ANC
BUS 2
-
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
0.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
Threshold -∞
0.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
Time
5.0
s
sec x 10
ex. 3.8sec x 10
= 38
18.0
dB
dB x 10
ex. 5.2dB x 10
= 52
Source
0
0
SOURCE
SELECT
Router 40(48) In
Input 1 Output
0
ANC
Ambient Noise Ambient Threshold -∞
Compensator
8 Channel
Gap
0.1
0
Program MaxGain 0.0
MinGain -18.0
0.0
dB
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
2
Ratio
2.0:1
s
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
3
Response 1
Time
60
-
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
0.5:1
20021
20014
20021
20014 3
20021
60002 0
0
0-7
0
(ZONE1-8)
0
On
0
MATRIX
OUTPUT
MASTER
DCA Fader
Fader
8(16) Channel
0-15
(ZONE1-16)
o
2
0-7
0-7
(ZONE1-8) (A-H)
0-15
(ZONE1-16)
0
0-7
(A-H)
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
* See
"8.PRIORITY
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
1
20021
1
o
0
20021
o
o
Attack
1
20014
o
2
20021
20014
o
dB
20021
20014 2
o
0
0
20014
o
-70
20021
20014 1
o
Range
0
16-23
(16:ZONE1
ANC
AMBIENT
SOURCE
:
23:ZONE8
ANC
AMBIENT
SOURCE)
0-7
0
(ZONE1-8)
Remarks
dB
1
o
o
unit
20020
20018
o
Dyn
MAX
0
1
Ducking 8
Channel
MIN
Threshold -54
0
o
o
Prarameter Name
20020
20013 1
o
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
ZONE
1st
PRIORITY
DUCKER
20020
20013
o
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
0
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0
Group
Master
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
Level
-∞
o
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
60003 0
0-7
0
o
(ZONE1-8)
0-15
o
(ZONE1-16)
1
0-7
0-7
o
(ZONE1-8) (A-H)
0-15
o
(ZONE1-16)
o
2
0
0-7
(A-H)
o
o
o
o
70001 0
70005
20016 1
o
o
20023
20017 0
o
0-15
(OUT1-16)
o
20017 1
0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-7
(OUT9-16)
0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
0-7
(OUT1-8)
o
o
o
o
20024
70002 0
70006
20018 0
o
o
20025
20018 0
o
o
20025
20019 0
o
o
20026
20019 0
o
o
o
o
o
o
0-15
(OUT1-16)
20019 0
0-7
(OUT1-8)
20026
0-15
(OUT1-16)
20019 0
0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
20026
20019 0
o
o
20026
20019 1
o
o
20026
Prarameter Name
unit
Remarks
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0
DCAAssign AssignOn OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0
Group
Master
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
ChannelName Channel
Name 8(16)
Channel
On
MAX
ON
0
DCA Mute
On
8(16) Channel
MIN
MuteOn OFF
ChName Name
Charactor (UTF-8) 48byte
0
ROUTER ROUTOR
Bus Out
In
Router 24(32)
Input x 8(16)
Output
Patch
NONE
YDIF
OUT 16
* See
"9.ROUTER" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
0
OUTPUT OUTPUT
CHANNEL CHANNEL
LEVEL
Fader 8(16)
Channel
Fader
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
On
On
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
0
0
0
ChannelName Channel
Name 8(16)
Channel
ChName Name
Charactor (UTF-8) 48byte
0
0
0
DELAY
Delay
OFF
Delay 8(16)
Channel
1
PEQ 8(16)
Channel 4
Band
PEQ
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
DelayTime 0.00
1000.00 ms
ms x 100
ex. 102.80ms x
100 = 10280
Q(*)
0.1
-
* See "2.3BAND
EQ / 4 BAND EQ"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
*(100 : Other than
Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
* Not adjustable
for HPF/LPF
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
0:OFF
1:ON
0
1
0
Frequency 20.0(*)
20.0k
Hz
2
0
Gain(*)
-18.0
18.0
dB
3
0
Bypass
OFF
ON
-
0, 3
4
(0:Band A
3:Band D)
0
Type
PEQ
LPF
-
* See "2.3BAND
EQ / 4 BAND EQ"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
0
0
Property PEQOn OFF
ON
-
0:ON
1:OFF
0
4BAND EQ
On
0-3
0
(0:Band A
1:Band B
2:Band C
3:Band D)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
0-7
(OUT1-8)
20026
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
ZONE
MATRIX
OUTPUT
MASTER
OFF
0-7
0
0
(ZONE1-8)
0-7
(ZONE9-16)
0
0-7
0
(OUT1-8)
0-15
(OUT1-16)
0-7
0
0
(OUT1-8)
20024
o
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
63.0
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
40006:OUT1 1
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 1
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 2
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 2
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 2
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 2
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 2
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 2
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 2
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
1
IndexNo Category
Prarameter Name
(Index
Number)
0
OUTPUT SPEAKER
Speaker
Delay
CHANNEL PROCESSOR Processor 1
Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
configurable
through
0
MTX Editor
software.
Band
MIN
On
OFF
MAX
unit
Remarks
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
DelayTime 0.00
500.00
ms
ms x 100
ex. 102.80ms x
100 = 10280
LPFFrequency 20.0
20.0k
Hz
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
Hz
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
2
0
3
0
HPFFrequency 20.0
20.0k
4
0
LPFType Thru
48dB/Oct Linkwitz
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
5
0
HPFType Thru
48dB/Oct Linkwitz
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
6
0
LPFGc(*) -6
6
dB
*Valid only for
AdjustGc
7
0
HPFGc(*) -6
6
dB
*Valid only for
AdjustGc
8
0
Polarity
NORMAL INVERTED -
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1:INVERTED
71
7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
40006:OUT1 4
0
0-5
(0:Band A
40007:OUT2
o
1:Band B
: :
2:Band C
40013:OUT8
3:Band D
40008:OUT1
4:Band E
40009:OUT2
o
5:Band F)
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 4
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 4
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 4
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 4
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 5
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 5
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 5
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 5
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 5
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
1
IndexNo Category
Prarameter Name
(Index
Number)
0
OUTPUT SPEAKER
Speaker
PEQ
CHANNEL PROCESSOR Processor 1
Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
configurable
through
0
MTX Editor
software.
MIN
Q(*)
63.0
MAX
unit
Remarks
0.1
-
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
Frequency 20.0(*)
20.0k
Hz
*(For 500 : HORN EQ
100 : Other than Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x 1000 = 1000000
2
0
Gain(*)
-18.0
18.0
dB
* Not adjustable
for HPF/LPF/APF
1st/APF 2nd
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
3
0
Bypass
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
4
0
Type
PEQ
Horn EQ -
0
0
1
Limiter
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
Threshold -54
0
dB
0
Attack
120.0
ms
ms x 10
ex. 24.5ms x 10
= 245
2
0
Release 3.2m
42.600
s
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
3
0
On
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
4
0
AttackMode Fast
Manual
-
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
0.0
OFF
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
40006:OUT1 5
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 6
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 6
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40006:OUT1 6
0
0
40007:OUT2
o
: :
40013:OUT8
40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
o
: :
40023:OUT16
40014:OUT1 1
0-1
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW
o
: :
1:HIGH)
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 1
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 2
0
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW)
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 2
0-1
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW
o
: :
1:HIGH)
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 2
0
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW)
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 2
0-1
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW
o
: :
1:HIGH)
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
5
0
IndexNo Category
Prarameter Name
(Index
Number)
0
OUTPUT SPEAKER
Speaker
Limiter
CHANNEL PROCESSOR Processor 1
Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
configurable
through
0
Out
MTX Editor
software.
MIN
MAX
unit
Remarks
ReleaseMode Fast
Manual
-
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
UNMUTED MUTED -
1
0
Mute
2
0
PEQOn OFF
ON
-
0:ON
1:OFF
0
0
On
OFF
ON
-
0:ON
1:OFF
1
0
Delay
0.00
500.00
ms
ms x 100
ex. 102.80ms x
100 = 10280
2
0
LPFFrequency 20.0
20.0k
Hz
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
3
0
HPFFrequency 20.0
20.0k
Hz
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
4
0
LPFType Thru
48dB/Oct Linkwitz
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
5
0
HPFType Thru
48dB/Oct Linkwitz
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
SPEAKER
Speaker
PROCESSOR Processor 2
Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
configurable
through
MTX Editor
software.
Delay
Band
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1:MUTED
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
40014:OUT1 2
0
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW)
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 2
0-1
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW
o
: :
1:HIGH)
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 2
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 3
0
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 4
0-1
0-5
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW (0:Band A
o
: :
1:HIGH) 1:Band B
2:Band C
40017:OUT7
3:Band D
40024:OUT1
4:Band E
40025:OUT3
o
5:Band F)
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 4
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 4
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 4
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 4
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
6
7
IndexNo Category
Prarameter Name
(Index
Number)
0
OUTPUT SPEAKER
Speaker
Band
CHANNEL PROCESSOR Processor 2
Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
configurable
through
0
MTX Editor
software.
MIN
MAX
unit
Remarks
LPFGc(*) -6
6
dB
*Valid only for
AdjustGc
HPFGc(*) -6
6
dB
*Valid only for
AdjustGc
8
0
Polarity
NORMAL INVERTED -
0
0
Center
Frequency 20.0
20.0k
Hz
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
0
0
PEQ
Q(*)
0.1
-
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
1
0
Frequency 20.0(*)
20.0k
Hz
*(For 500 : HORN EQ
100 : Other than Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x 1000 = 1000000
2
0
Gain(*)
-18.0
18.0
dB
*Not adjustable for
HPF/LPF/APF 1st/
APF 2nd
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
3
0
Bypass
OFF
ON
-
0:ON
1:OFF
4
0
Type
PEQ
Horn EQ -
63.0
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
0:NORMAL
1:INVERTED
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
74
7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
40014:OUT1 5
0-1
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW
o
: :
1:HIGH)
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 5
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 5
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 5
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 5
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 5
0-1
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW
o
: :
1:HIGH)
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 6
0-1
0
40015:OUT3
(0:LOW
o
: :
1:HIGH)
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 6
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
40014:OUT1 6
0
40015:OUT3
o
: :
40017:OUT7
40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
o
: :
40031:OUT15
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
1
IndexNo Category
Prarameter Name
(Index
Number)
0
OUTPUT SPEAKER
Speaker
Limiter
CHANNEL PROCESSOR Processor 2
Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
configurable
through
0
MTX Editor
software.
MIN
MAX
unit
Remarks
Threshold -54
0
dB
Attack
120.0
ms
ms x 10
ex. 24.5ms x 10
= 245
0.0
2
0
Release 3.2m
42.600
s
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
3
0
On
ON
-
0:ON
1:OFF
4
0
AttackMode Fast
Manual
-
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
5
0
Release Fast
Mode
Manual
-
* See
"7.SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
0
0
Level
-∞
10.00
dB
dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x 100
= -7360
"setr" command is
available for this
parameter
1
0
Mute
UNMUTED MUTED -
2
0
PEQOn OFF
Out
OFF
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
ON
-
0:UNMUTED
1:MUTED
0:ON
1:OFF
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7. Parameter List
Model
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
MTX3 MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
512
20021 0
0
0-7
o
(OUT1-8)
20028
0-15
o
(OUT1-16)
20022 0
0
0-15
o
(1-16ch)
20029
o
20023 0
o
o
20030
20023
o
o
20030
0-7
0
(OUTPUT1-8)
0-15
(OUTPUT1-16)
0-7
(OUTPUT1-8)
0-15
(OUTPUT1-16)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
IndexNo Category
(Index
Number)
0
OUTPUT OUTPUT
PORT
PATCH
0
0
0
0
1
Prarameter Name
OutputPatch
8(16) Input x
8(40) Output
MIN
In
Patch
NONE
YDIF OUT
PATCH
Router 46(70) In
Input x 16
Output
Patch
NONE
OUTPUT
PORT
OutputPort
Out
8(40) Channel
MAX
unit
OUTPUT CH8
(SLOT
OUT 16)
Remarks
* See "10.
OUTPUT PATCH"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
Polarity
OUTPUT CH8
(OUTPUT
CH16)
NORMAL INVERTED -
* See "11.YDIF
PATCH" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
0:NORMAL
1:INVERTED
Gain
-96.0
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
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dB
76
7. Parameter List
XMV Series
Model
4ch
o
o
o
o
o
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
Xpos
Ypos
8ch 4ch D 8ch D (Memory UniqueId (Element
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
o
512
1
4
0 to 3
0
o
o
0 to 7
o
0 to 3
0
o
o
0 to 7
o
0 to 3
0
o
o
0 to 7
o
0 to 3
0
o
o
0 to 7
6
0
0
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
2
o
o
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
0
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
0
1
MIN
MAX
unit
Remarks
Signal
ATT *2
Processing
-99
0
dB
Synchronized with
DigitalATT
0
Digital
ATT *2
-99
0
dB
Synchronized with
ATT
2
0
Mute
OFF
ON
-
0:OFF
1:ON
3
0
Polarity
Normal
Inverse
-
0:Normal
1:Inverse
0
0
Power
-
Utility
0:ON
1:Standby
0:Analog
1:Digital
0:0dB
1:+17dB
7
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0 to 3
0
0
0
0 to 7
0
0
0
o
Prarameter Name
ChannelName Channel
Name 4
Channel
Channel
Name 8
Channel
Standby Standby ON
Input
Analog Digital
Select *1
DigitalInput Type
0dB
+17dB Sensitivity
ChName Name
Character (UTF-8) 48byte
*1 : Note
The XMV’s input sensitivity is -3dBFS (rated output at -3dBFS) when connected via digital (YDIF or Dante) and +4dBu (rated output at
+4dBu) when connected via analog.
Please set an appropriate level before switching input.
*2 : The ATT and DigitalATT parameters are always synchronized internally within an XMV amplifier.
Controlling either one will provide the same result.
< XMV Block Diagram > e.g. XMV4280/XMV4140/XMV4280-D/XMV4140-D
+-G
CH A, B, C, D
(E, F, G, H for XMV8xxx)
ATT
HA
INPUT MIX
AD
Input:
Analog: 4 (8)
YDIF: 4 (8)
Dante: 4 (8)
ATT
YDIF
In
YDIF model only
-3dBFS
Output: 4 (8)
-20dBFS
Out
ATT
DIGITAL INPUT
SENSITIVITY
Dante
Dante model only
-3dBFS
PRIMARY
-20dBFS
ATT
DIGITAL INPUT
SENSITIVITY
-3dBFS
SECONDARY
-20dBFS
DigitalATT
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7. Parameter List
EXi8
Access ID
ElmNo
MemNo
PrmNo IndexNo
Xpos
Ypos
(Memory UniqueId (Element
(Parameter (Index
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
Number) Number)
512
1
3
0 to 7
0
0
0
1
Prarameter Name
MIN
Signal
GAIN
Processing +V48
MAX
unit
-6
OFF
66
ON
dB
-
2
Phase
OFF
ON
-
3
On
OFF
ON
-
4
HPFOn
OFF
ON
-
5
HPFFrequency 20
20000
Hz
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Remarks
0:OFF
1:ON
0:OFF
1:ON
0:OFF
1:ON
0:OFF
1:ON
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000000
78
7. Parameter List
EXo8
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
PrmNo IndexNo
Xpos
Ypos
(Memory UniqueId (Element
(Parameter (Index
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
Number) Number)
512
1
3
0 to 7
0
0
0
1
2
Prarameter Name
Signal
Polarity
Processing
On
Gain
MIN
MAX
Normal
Inverse
-
OFF
ON
-
-96
24
dB
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
unit
Remarks
0:Normal
1:Inverse
0:OFF
1:ON
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
79
7. Parameter List
MY4-AEC
Access ID
MemNo
ElmNo
PrmNo IndexNo
Xpos
Ypos
(Memory UniqueId (Element
(Parameter (Index
(X Position) (Y Position)
Number)
Number)
Number) Number)
512
20034
0
0
1
0
0
MY4-AEC
INPUT
PATCH
1
0
1
1
90000
0
0-3
(AEC1-4)
0
1
0-3
(AEC1-4)
0
2
0-3
(AEC1-4)
0
0
3
4
0-3
(AEC1-4)
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
0
0-3
0
(0:Far-end A
1:Far-end B
2:Far-end C
3:Far-end D)
0-3
0
(0:Far-end A
1:Far-end B
2:Far-end C
3:Far-end D)
0
MY4-AEC
Prarameter Name
MIN
MY4AECInputPatch NearEndMic Patch
unit
OFF
1
OFF
-80
Fixed
2
OFF
1/10
-6
OFF
OUTPUT
CH16
OUTPUT
CH16
ON
4
ON
-20
Moving
40
ON
1/93
-18
ON
dB
meter
oct
dB
-
FarEndNR On
OFF
ON
-
Reference On
OFF
ON
-
FromFarEnd
Acoustic Echo AEC
Canceller 4
Channel
FBS
MicNR
NONE
MAX
NONE
On
Effect
PttOn
PttThreshold
MicType
Distance
On
Width
Depth
On
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Remarks
-
80
8. Meter List
MTX3/MTX5-D
Model
MTX3
o
Access ID
MemNo
Category
MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId
Number)
512
20000
INPUT PORT
o
o
o
o
20003
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
40002
40003
40006
POST ON
20011
20012
EFFECT RETURN
20015
ZONE
o
2nd PRIORITY PRIORITY
DUCKER
20019
1st PRIORITY PRIORITY
DUCKER
20020
ANC AMBIENT SOURCE
20021
20015
o
o
COMP
20014
o
o
40001
20013
o
o
GATE
40000
20012
o
o
20010
20009
o
o
EQ OUT
20009
20005
o
o
INPUT CHANNEL
40001
o
o
INPUT(SLOT)
40000
o
INPUT(ANALOG)
INPUT(YDIF)
40002
o
o
20004
20001
20002
Meter Name
ZONE OUT
20022
40006
40007
40008
40009
40010
40011
40012
40013
OUTPUT CHANNEL
OUTPUT CHANNEL(1way)
SPEAKER PROCESSOR
LIMITER
Type
Meter 12 Channel
(INPUT1-8, STIN1L-STIN2R)
Meter 16 Channel
(YDIF IN 1-16)
level
Meter 16 Channel
(SLOT IN 1-16)
Meter 22 Channel
(CH1-8, STIN1L-STIN3R, CH9-16)
Meter 8 Channel
(CH1-8)
Meter 22 Channel
(CH9-16, STIN1L-STIN3R, CH17-24)
Gate 8 Channel
(CH1-8)
Gate 8 Channel
(CH1-8)
Gate 8 Channel
(CH9-16)
Compressor 8 Channel
(CH1-8)
Compressor 4 Channel
(STIN1L-STIN2R)
Compressor 8 Channel
(CH1-8)
Compressor 8 Channel
(CH9-16)
Compressor 4 Channel
(STIN1L-STIN2R)
Meter 22 Channel
(CH1-8, STIN1L-STIN3R, CH9-16)
Meter 8 Channel
(CH1-8)
Meter 22 Channel
(CH9-16, STIN1L-STIN3R, CH17-24)
Meter 4 Channel
(Fx RTN1 L-Fx RTN2 R)
Meter 4 Channel
(Fx RTN1 L-Fx RTN2 R)
Ducking 8 Channel
(ZONE1-8)
Ducking 8 Channel
(ZONE1-8)
Ducking 8 Channel
(ZONE1-8)
Ducking 8 Channel
(ZONE1-8)
Ambient Noise Compensator 8
Channel
ZONE 1-8(AMBIENT SOURCE)
Ambient Noise Compensator 8
Channel
ZONE 1-8(AMBIENT SOURCE)
Meter 8 Channel
ZONE 1-8
Meter 16 Channel
ZONE 1-16
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH1)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH2)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH3)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH4)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH5)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH6)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH7)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH8)
level
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Remarks
See Parameter Value
Details.
level
level
level
level
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
level
level
level
level
level
gr
gr
gr
gr
level
level
level
level
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
81
8. Meter List
Model
MTX3
Access ID
MemNo
Category
MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId
Number)
512
40008
OUTPUT CHANNEL
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
40009
40011
40012
40013
40014
40015
40016
40017
40018
40019
40020
40021
40022
40023
40007
o
40008
o
40009
o
40010
o
40011
o
40012
o
40013
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
OUTPUT CHANNEL(1way)
SPEAKER PROCESSOR
LIMITER
40010
40006
o
Meter Name
40008
40009
40010
40011
40012
40013
40014
40015
40016
40017
40018
40019
40020
40021
40022
40023
OUTPUT CHANNEL(2way)
SPEAKER PROCESSOR
LIMITER
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH1)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH2)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH3)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH4)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH5)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH6)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH7)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH8)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH9)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH10)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH11)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH12)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH13)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH14)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH15)
Speaker Processor 1 Way
(OUTPUT CH16)
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH1 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH1 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH3 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH3 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH5 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH5 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH7 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH7 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH1 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH1 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH3 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH3 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH5 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH5 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH7 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH7 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH9 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH9 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH11 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH11 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH13 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH13 (High))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH15 (Low))
Speaker Processor 2 Way
(OUTPUT CH15 (High))
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Type
gr
Remarks
See Parameter Value
Details.
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
gr
82
8. Meter List
Model
MTX3
o
Access ID
MemNo
Category
MTX5-D (Memory UniqueId
Number)
512
20020
OUTPUT CHANNEL
o
o
o
OUTPUT PORT
OUTPUT (ANALOG)
20031
20032
90000
o
OUTPUT CHANNEL
20027
20025
o
Meter Name
OUTPUT (SLOT)
MY4-AEC
Meter 8 Channel
(OUTPUT CH1-8)
Meter 16 Channel
(OUTPUT CH1-16)
Meter 8 Channel
(OUTPUT CH1-8)
Meter 8 Channel
(OUTPUT CH1-8)
Meter 16 Channel
(SLOT IN 1-16)
MY4-AEC
(Mic In. 1-4
Ref In. 1-4
Echo Attn. 1-4
ERL 1-4
PTT Thesh. 1-4)
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Type
level
Remarks
See Parameter Value
Details.
level
level
level
level
level
83
8. Meter List
XMV Series
Model
4ch
8ch
o
4ch D
8ch D
o
o
o
Category
Meter Name
INPUT
o
20001
o
o
Access ID
MemNo
(Memory UniqueId
Number)
512
20000
-
o
-
OUTPUT
Meter 4 Channel
(ANALOG INPUT A-D,
DIGITAL INPUT A-D)
Meter 8 Channel
(ANALOG INPUT A-H,
DIGITAL INPUT A-H)
Meter 4 Channel
(OUTPUT A-D)
Meter 8 Channel
(OUTPUT A-H)
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Type
level
Remarks
See 6. Parameter
Value Details.
level
level
level
84
8. Meter List
EXi8
Access ID
MemNo
UniqueId
(Memory Number)
512
20000
Category
-
Meter Name
INPUT
Meter 8 Channel
(INPUT1-8)
Type
level
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Remarks
See Parameter Value Details.
85
8. Meter List
EXo8
Access ID
MemNo
UniqueId
(Memory Number)
512
20001
Category
-
Meter Name
OUTPUT
Meter 8 Channel
(OUTPUT1-8)
Type
level
MTX3/MTX5-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V1.3.0
Remarks
See Parameter Value Details.
86