Yamaha PM5D-RH Specifications

Yamaha PM5D-RH Specifications
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A N ew D i m e n si o n In Digital Live So u nd
A lot has changed in the past few years – with more than a little help from Yamaha. Where analog
consoles were the only accepted means of handling serious sound reinforcement applications,
high-performance digital consoles such as the Yamaha PM1D now share the limelight with their
analog brothers such as the PM4000, and more recently the PM5000. Digital consoles are
accepted particularly in applications where programmability and recall capability are proving to
be of monumental importance. As a small indication of just how much things have changed in the
world of professional sound reinforcement, there are more than 400 PM1Ds in use in prestigious
halls, broadcast studios, and touring companies around the world (as of March 2004). The
accolades keep coming in for other Yamaha digital consoles, too. The fact that the DM2000 digital
production console has received both the coveted TEC (Technical Excellence & Creativity) award
and the MIPA (Musikmesse International Press Award) for “best sound reinforcement console”
indicates how much people have come to embrace the benefits of digital technology.
The PM5D series Digital Mixing Consoles and PM5D-RH Digital Mixing Consoles now take
the digital revolution to the next level. They are smaller relatives of PM1D, offering
state-of-the-art digital performance for a significantly broader range of SR
applications that require a more dedicated control surface than
the DM2000. What’s more, they offer a system solution
that can enhance the entire sound production
process from input to output through integration with
digital systems such as DME64N and AD8HR.
PM5D - a new dimension in digital live sound has begun.
LIVE/SR, INSTALLATION
Analog
Digital
BROADCAST
PRODUCTION
Post Production
Audio for Video
Music Recording
Project Studio
PM1D
Large Format
PM5D
PM5000
PM5D/PM5D-RH
PM3500
DM2000
Small Format
PM5D-RH
The Ya m a h a D i g i t a l A dvan tage
Model PM5D or PM5D-RH: A Choice Of Two
Configurations
Customers have a choice of two front-end configurations. The PM5D includes 48 XLR/balanced
TRS analog mono inputs with manual mic preamps, plus additional 4 stereo line level inputs.
The PM5D-RH includes 48 XLR analog mono inputs with recallable mic preamps with 4 stereo
inputs that will accept mic level signals. The choice will depend on your needs and budget, and
whether you need to store and recall the analog gain settings in the same way as other
parameters.
Whichever model you choose, you are assured of the best sound quality available. Both superb mic
preamps convey the most delicate nuances of the input signal right down to the smallest details.
High-capacity, Versatile Mix Performance
The PM5D can accommodate a total of 130 input connections (48 channel inputs, four stereo
inputs, five 2 TR IN’s plus four Mini-YGDAI slots), and can handle up to 64 inputs
simultaneously. The 64 input mixing channels are configured by default as 48 mono input
channels, 4 stereo inputs, and 4 stereo effect returns. By utilizing the internal patch bay and
expansion slots you can instantly scene-switch between totally separate stage setups.
In terms of bus-routing capability you have 24 mix buses that can function as submasters or
auxiliary sends, in addition to the stereo A and B (or LCR) and CUE buses. There’s also an 8output mix matrix that is invaluable for setting up submixes for a variety of applications. Any of
the input channels, mix buses, and matrix buses can be assigned to the console’s 8 DCA faders
for extraordinarily flexible group control.
In this brochure “PM5D” refers to features common to both configurations, unless otherwise noted.
All the Effects and Processing You’ll Need Onboard
A New Size, Weight, and Performance Standard
For Touring and Installations
On the surface the PM5D may look like a streamlined 24-channel console, but it is actually
much, much more: a total of 130 input connections, simultaneous mixing of up to 64 inputs to
stereo or LCR stereo, and 24 mix buses with extraordinary versatility, all with 500-scenes of
total recall. Plus you have the equivalent of several racks full of first-rate processing gear
onboard (56 Gates, 92 Comps, 97 Delays, 12 GEQs and 8 units of SPX2000 class multi effects).
Add advanced digital patching capability, sophisticated monitoring, surround panning from 3-1
to 6.1, and a wealth of features that contribute to unprecedented operational ease and
efficiency. The fact that all of this is housed in a 950mm x 1551mm foot print console that
weighs less than 98kg, powered by a 3U external power supply that weighs only 10 kg, is simply
staggering. If you’ve been touring with traditional equipment you’ll appreciate the dramatically
reduced setup time and effort required by this groundbreaking console. If you’re equipping an
installation you’ll love the reduced installation and maintenance costs, as well as all the space
you’ll save.
The PM5D offers every processing facility you’ll ever need onboard. Every input channel has 4
band EQ plus a high pass filter, a separate gate and compressor, and delay of up to 1000
milliseconds. The stereo and mix outs have 8-band EQ, compressor, and delay. The matrix outs
have 4 band EQ, compressor and delay. The cue and monitor outs also include delay. But the
PM5D doesn’t stop there! It features twelve 31-band GEQs and eight independent SPX2000class multi-effect processors that can be patched into any of the console’s input, stereo, mix, or
matrix channels, offering a comprehensive range of reverb, delay, modulation, and
combination effects.
The PM5D is also ready to use Yamaha’s incomparable ADD-ON EFFECTS (See ADD-ON EFFECTS
page) that were first introduced for DM2000 and 02R96 digital mixers … in fact, the REV-X Reverb is
included in the PM5D by default. You can use other popular programs like Compressor276,
Compressor260, EQ601 and Open Deck by purchasing the Channel Strip and Master Strip packages.
Advanced, Intuitive Interface
The PM5D features interface technology developed and refined through an impressive lineup of
digital consoles, including the PM1D. Here are a few highlights:
Internal Processing
The PM5D will handle 24-bit/96kHz audio without compromise. You won’t sacrifice channels
or any other processing capabilities whether the PM5D is run at 44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96-kHz.
Internal processing is all 32-bit (using 58-bit accumulators) to ensure that absolutely no loss of
audio quality occurs at any point in the signal path.
Selected Channel: Press the SEL key on any input or master channel and that channel
strip is assigned to the console’s SELECTED CHANNEL controls for real-time adjustment of a
dazzling array of parameters. When you edit a parameter via a SELECTED CHANNEL control
block, the corresponding display is automatically called to the console’s large LCD display
for even further editing precision and versatility.
Mix Send Select: With PM5D the operation in the vertical direction and horizontal
direction on the conventional analog board can be done intuitively and more efficiently
without changing the settings. For example; Press the MIX SELECT key corresponding to the
desired mix bus, and the send levels to the selected bus can be adjusted directly via the
channel strip encoders. If the MIX MASTER MIX SEND key is engaged, the send level from
the current SELECTED CHANNEL input to all 24 mix busses can be adjusted via the MIX
master encoders.
PM5D-RH
PM5D-RH
PM5D
Encoder Mode: The input channel encoders can be assigned to mix send level, panning,
input gain, or alternate layer input level, enabling the operator to adjust all input channel
levels without changing layers.
Flip: When this key is engaged the functions of the input strip faders and encoders are
reversed … this is great when you want to use the faders for fine control of a parameter
normally assigned to the encoders, ideal when using PM5D for monitor applications.
The PM5D is equipped with 3-1, 5.1 and 6.1 surround modes. You can easily set up surround
channels on the mix buses, and panning can be controlled via the track pad or by using
dedicated control devices connected via the MIDI or GPI port.
The interface advantages are extensive, and extend to details that can make a significant
difference to work efficiency and comfort. Also there are connectors for mouse and
keyboard, great assistance when you have to type in many letters while setting up patches
and scenes.
Total Recall
SURROUND SETUP
On the PM5D, all parameters are recallable in up to 500 scenes, so you can instantly key to the
perfect mix. This type of repeatability is particularly important in high-turnover applications
where you might need to accommodate a number of totally different acts every day. It can also
make life much easier in one-act touring applications, leaving you more time to optimize the
mix for individual venues.
There is also a flexible recall safe function that enables on-the-spot cancellation and alteration
of the pre-programmed settings.
HA Library
Another new feature on the PM5D is an HA library that, on the PM5D-RH, allows the gain and
other parameters of the internal microphone preamplifier to be recalled in one operation. The
HA library is also an advantage on both the PM5D and PM5D-RH when remotely-controllable
preamplifiers, such as the Yamaha AD8HR, are connected via the console’s expansion slots.
PM5D
Surround Ready
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LFE
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LFE
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5.1
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Expandability
Four rear-panel Mini-YGDAI expansion slots allow you to use a range of MY series expansion
cards to enhance the PM5D in a number of ways. You can, for example, use the added I/O
capability to connect to and remotely control high-performance Yamaha AD8HR 8-channel A/D
with microphone preamplifiers. You could also significantly expand your audio processing
capabilities by cascading to a DME64N Digital Mixing Engine. You can have 64 matrix outs, and
control additional GEQ, Master fader, Cross Over, Delay and Matrix Mixer components created
on DME64N from PM5D. Or, of course, you could cascade-connect to another PM5D bidirectionally (up to 4 units unidirectionally) to create a huge system, or other Yamaha digital
mixers such as the DM2000 or DM1000 for submix applications.
Elegant, Efficient, and Eminently Practical
Everything you need for hands-on mix control is right where you need it. The PM5D’s physical control surface offers direct
access to all of the major functions you’re likely to need for just about any real-world application.
Mic Preamp Controls
Input Patching
While the PM5D’s manual microphone preamplifiers have
physical phantom power, pad, gain, and insert switching
controls, the PM5D-RH’s recallable mic preamplifiers allow
access to the same parameters via the console’s encoders and
software. Both models offer peak and signal indication LEDs
for easy visual input level monitoring.
Although physical input jacks 1 through 48 on the rear panel of the PM5D are
connected to the corresponding internal channels by default, digital patching
provides total assignment freedom. You won’t have to run around to physically repatch cables whenever you need to reconfigure the system. On-screen patch
displays allow the system’s inputs and outputs to be patched to appropriate I/O
points and you can also assign and display channel names for easy identification.
Patch setups you might want to use again can be stored in the patch library for
instant recall at any time.
@RCL and MUTE SAFE Indicators
#Channel Fader
$CUE Key
The RCL SAFE LED lights when the channel is set to the recall
safe mode so that it will not be affected by scene recall
operations. The MUTE SAFE mode prevents the channel from
being affected by mute group operations.
These very smooth and quiet 100mm motorized faders
control and display the channel input level, or the send level
to the selected mix bus when the FADER FLIP mode is on.
Sends the channel signal to the cue bus for monitoring
according to the currently selected cue mode: LAST CUE, MIX
CUE, or SOLO and various function settings.
Stereo Input Channels
ENCODER MODE &
FADER FLIP Keys
The stereo input channels are essentially the
same as the mono input channels, except that
they have stereo level meters, and ST IN 1-4 and FX
RTN 1-4 keys that assign the strips for stereo input
channel or stereo effect return operation.
The ENCODER MODE keys determine the
function of the rotary encoders at the top of the
console’s channel strips: send level to each of 24
mix buses, channel pan, Input gain of the
recallable head amps in the PM5D-RH (or
connected remote recallable head amplifiers) or
attenuation after A/D conversion, and input fader
level of alternate (unselected) layer.
INPUT PATCH
The FADER FLIP key swaps the functions
assigned to encoders and faders. For example, if
you engage the FADER FLIP key when MIX SEND
is selected, the channel-strip faders adjust the
mix send level while the encoders adjust the
channel input level.
Channel Strip Controls
3
2
4
1
6
SELECTED CHANNEL Controls
5
1EQUALIZER & HPF
7
8
A flexible 4-band equalizer section with high and low bands switchable for shelving or peaking
response, variable frequency and Q on all bands, and an independent variable-frequency HPF.
Since 8-band EQ is provided for output channels, UPPER and LOWER keys are provided to
assign control to the upper or lower four bands.
9
1Layer Select Keys
The CH 1-24 and CH 25-48 layer select keys
determine whether the console’s 24 physical mono
channel strips control channels 1 through 24 or 25
through 48.
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2ENCODER ON Key
Turns encoder assigned functions on or off. For
example, it can be used to switch the send to the
mix bus on or off.
!
3PRE Key
Selects pre or post mix send.
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4Rotary Encoder
The function of the channel strip rotary encoders
is determined by the ENCODER MODE keys
(Refer to the Encoder Mode & Fader Flip Keys at
the opposite page). They can function as mix
send level controls, channel pan controls, head
amplifier gain or attenuation controls, or as
alternate-layer level controls.
5 TO STEREO, GATE, and
COMP Indicators
The TO STEREO indicator lights when the channel
signal is feeding the stereo mix bus. The GATE
indicator lights when the channel gate is closed,
lights dimly during gate attack or decay, and goes
out when the gate is open. The COMP indicator
lights when the channel compressor is applying gain
reduction, lights dimly during compressor attack or
decay, and goes out when no gain reduction is being
applied.
9Meter
3COMPRESSOR
A 6-point LED meter displays the channel
input level.
A full-featured compressor/expander/compander module with independent threshold, range,
attack, release, knee and ratio parameters. Like the noise gate section, the compressor section
includes a six-segment gain reduction meter for convenient visual monitoring.
)DCA Indicators
The console’s input channels can be assigned
to any of 8 DCA. The DCA LEDs indicate the
DCA faders to which the channel is assigned.
!MUTE Indicators
Assigns the corresponding channel to the console’s
SELECTED CHANNEL control section and to the
built-in LCD display. The SEL keys can also be used
to assign channels as stereo pairs.
Input channels can be assigned to eight mute
groups for versatile mute control. The MUTE
LEDs indicate the mute groups to which the
corresponding channel is assigned.
This 4-character display shows the assigned name
for the corresponding channel. The name dims
when the channel is muted.
The STEREO section allows the currently selected channel signal (input, stereo input, effect
return, mix) to be routed to the stereo bus with pan control.
Turns the corresponding input channel on or off.
6SEL Key
7Channel Name Display
2STEREO
8CH ON Key
4DELAY
6NOISE GATE
8CHANNEL SELECT
Turns the channel delay on or off, and sets the delay time
from 0 to 1,000 milliseconds for the selected input channel.
Extremely versatile noise gate provides effective noise
suppression, ducking, and other gate functions. Extensive
control is provided with independent threshold, range,
attack, hold, decay parameters, keyins and keyin filters.
This section can be used to select the channel to which the
SELECTED CHANNEL controls will apply. COPY and PASTE
function are also included, making it easy to copy all
parameters from one channel to any other channel.
5GAIN/ATTENUATION/Ø
When the GAIN/ATT key is on the encoder adjusts the gain of
a recallable microphone preamplifier patched to the input of
the selected channel. When the GAIN/ATT key indicator is off
the encoder adjusts attenuation for the selected channel. The
Ø key inverts the phase of the selected channel.
7GROUP
This section controls channel to DCA and MUTE group assignments.
The DCA keys assign the currently selected input channel to one or
more of the DCA faders, while the MUTE keys assign the currently
selected input channel to one or more of the eight available mute
groups. The GROUP section also includes RECALL SAFE and
MUTE SAFE assign keys that engage or disengage recall safe
and/or mute safe status for the currently selected input channel.
Flexibility To Create The Ideal Mix For Any Application
In addition to dual stereo mix buses that can be used together for LCR send, the PM5D offers 24 independent mix buses that you
can use for submix, auxiliary, effect, or just about any other type of send your application requires … all with master mix control
as well as individual mix send level control from all available inputs. And they have 8-band EQ, compression, and delay that you
can control via the SELECTED CHANNEL controls to optimize your submix signals. And if that isn’t enough, there’s also an 8output matrix mix for the mix and stereo buses (also equipped with EQ, compression and delay!). Once you’ve created all the
submixes you need, you can group them, as well as the input channels, by assigning them to the very versatile DCA faders.
MIX Send/Master Controls
Independent MIX control blocks are provided for the console’s 24 mix buses. When the MIX SEND
key is engaged the MIX encoders adjust the send level from the selected channel to the
corresponding mix buses. When the MIX MASTER key is engaged the encoders function as master
level controls for the corresponding mix buses. You can still use the channel-strip encoders to
adjust mix send level by using the MIX SEND SELECT keys to specify the destination mix bus.
The MIX blocks also include ON keys to turn the corresponding send on or off, TO STEREO and
TO MTRX LEDs to indicate assignment to the stereo and matrix busses, PAIR LEDs that indicate
paired mix sends, and CUE and SEL keys that assign the corresponding MIX signal to the
SELECTED CHANNEL controls when the MIX MASTER mode is engaged. When an odd-even
numbered pair of mix bus sends is assigned as a stereo pair, the odd-numbered encoder
functions as a pan/balance control while the even-numbered encoder sets the send level for the
pair. The MIX controls can be assigned to DCA groups 7 and 8, so a pair of DCA assignment
indicators is also provided.
MATRIX Controls
The MATRIX controls comprise an 8-channel
submix matrix from the mix and stereo buses.
Each matrix module features a level encoder,
ON key, CUE key, and SEL key which assigns that
channel to the SELECTED CHANNEL controls.
Like the MIX bus controls, the MATRIX controls
can be assigned to DCA groups 7 and 8, so a
pair of DCA assignment indicators is provided.
PAIR LEDs indicate paired matrix controls.
When an odd-even numbered pair of matrix
controls is assigned as a stereo pair, the oddnumbered encoder functions as a pan/balance
control while the even-numbered encoder sets
the send level for the pair.
DCA Faders
MATRIX/ST ROUTING
STEREO Faders
MIX to MATRIX VIEW
Any input or output channels can be assigned to
any of the console’s eight DCA faders for
convenient grouping. Each DCA strip also
includes a four-character name display as well as
MUTE and CUE keys for convenient muting and
cue monitoring of the corresponding DCA signal.
The faders can also be used to control individual
bands of the internal graphic equalizers. In fact,
DCA GROUP ASSIGN (In)
you can assign a variety of functions to the DCA
faders that can be instantly recalled via the FADER MODE keys. You could, for example, assign
input channel level control to the DCA faders so you have simultaneous control of 32 channels
instead of the normal 24. Or you could assign mix master levels, matrix levels … whatever you
need to work in the most productive, efficient manner for the job at hand.
The master stereo faders control the output
from the console’s STEREO A and STEREO B
buses. In addition to the faders the STEREO
strips include channel ON keys, TO MTRX and
COMP LEDs, CUE keys, and SEL keys which
assign the corresponding STEREO bus signal to
the SELECTED CHANNEL controls. The STEREO
OUTPUT block also features RECALL SAFE and
DCA GROUP ASSIGN (Out)
MUTE SAFE LEDs similar to those on the input
and output channels, and DCA 7 and 8 LEDs that indicate assignment to the corresponding
DCA faders.
The STEREO B strip additionally features a MONO key that sums the STEREO B channels to a
mono signal that can serve as the center channel for LCR configurations.
Output Patching
As with input patching, all outputs can be conveniently patched to just about anywhere you need
them via the LCD display screen patch matrix without having to physically repatch cables. The
24 mix outputs, 2 stereo outputs, 8 matrix outputs, all mono and stereo channel insert and
direct outs, oscillator output, talkback output, and monitor outputs can be patched to the
console’s cascade outputs, option slot outputs, and any of the three 2TR digital outputs. Send to
internal effects can be patched anywhere from the 24 MIX outputs and 95 INSERT OUT points.
PM5D Mixer Block Overview
• All Numbers counted in monaural *Used in Stereo pairs.
• Model PM5D is equipped with Insert I/O's along with Input Connectors.
Input Connectors
INPUT
ST IN
48
8
CASCADE IN
SLOT
2TR IN DIGITAL*
2TR IN ANALOG*
32
64
6
4
Mixer Input
4 48 CH
8 ST IN*
MONITOR OUT
92
Internal Input
FX OUT*
Mixer Output
STEREO*
MIX
MATRIX
8
16
INPUT
PATCH
INSERT IN
Output Connectors (Fixed)
4 STEREO*
24 MIX
8 MATRIX
4
24
8
3
2
3
MONITOR OUT
CUE OUT*
INSERT OUT
92
Internal Output
16 FX IN*
DIRECT OUT
OSC OUT
TB OUT
56
1
1
Output Connectors (Assignable)
64 SLOT
32 CASCADE OUT
6 2TR OUT DIGITAL*
FX RTN*
OUTPUT
PATCH
Comprehensive Monitoring Facilities
TALKBACK
Level Meters
Staying in touch with your sound is vital to create the perfect mix. The PM5D’s in-depth cue, monitor and metering facilities
let you hear what’s happening at any point in the mix with maximum ease and efficiency.
In addition to the talkback microphone signal, the PM5D TALKBACK setup display
allows the signals from any one of the AD inputs (1 ~ 48) to be mixed with the
microphone signal, and TALKBACK destination can be assigned freely to any of the
output ports. The TALKBACK ON button can be set for latched or unlatched operation.
A complete set of level meters is provided on the console panel. Layer select keys let you monitor input
channels 1 through 24 or input channels 25 through 48 plus the stereo inputs or effect returns. The
MIX/MATRIX key allows visual monitoring of the 24 mix buses and the 8 matrix outputs. Individual
stereo meters are also provided for the STEREO A, STEREO B, and CUE buses. A PEAK HOLD key
engages or disengages the meter peak hold function. In addition, a comprehensive range of meter
facilities are provided via the LCD display showing all inputs, outputs, input gain reduction and output
gain reduction. Flat meters won't obstruct the engineer's view of the stage.
CUE & SOLO
MONITOR
The PM5D allows three Modes: MixCue, Last Cue and Solo. Also
PM5D CUE allows four types of cue monitoring: INPUT CUE, DCA
CUE, OUTPUT CUE, and EFFECT or GATE KEY IN CUE with various
function settings.
There is also a CUE INTERRUPT Function that lets you select
whether the MONITOR OUT signal will be affected by cue/solo
operation or not. This is extremely useful in broadcast
applications.
The PM5D MONITOR section offers a range of monitor source selection keys: 2 Track In Analog1 and 2, 2 Track In
Digital1 through 3 (all with sample rate converters), STEREO A and B for the console’s stereo busses (these buttons
can be pressed simultaneously to allow LCR monitoring), and a DEFINE key that can be assigned to select any
source. Also USER DEFINED KEYS can be assigned for this purpose, so you can monitor-select as many sources as
you like at a touch of a button.
Individual level controls are provided for the MONITOR OUT and PHONES outputs.
Left of LCD
TALKBACK
Right of LCD
MONITOR
Impeccable AD/DA Performance
Flawlessly bridging the gap between the analog and digital worlds are the
PM5D’s high-performance analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog
converters. Totally transparent conversion for all inputs and outputs.
Connectors
PM5D
ST IN Connectors
Input/Insert Connectors
2TR IN ANALOG Connectors
WORD CLOCK Connectors
2TR OUT DIGITAL Connectors
PW800W Power Supply
The PM5D is reliably powered by an external power supply unit. The PW800W is extremely
compact and light weight (3U, 10kg). Thanks to its high efficiency, the low speed cooling
fans are extremely quiet. PW800W accepts 100 - 240 volts so it can be universally used.
MIX OUT Connectors
OUTPUT Connectors
MONITOR/CUE/STEREO A, B/MATRIX
PM5D-RH
PSL120 Power Supply Link Cable
Two PW800W units can be serially connected using the optional PSL120 cable for failsafe operation.
Master Phantom
On/Off Switch
ST IN Connectors
POWER INPUT
Connector
TIME CODE
Connector
RS422 Connector
GPI Connector
TO HOST (USB)
Connector
MIDI Connectors
HA REMOTE Connector
CASCADE IN Connector
CASCADE OUT Connector
Input Connectors
2TR IN DIGITAL
Connectors
Expansion Slots
for Mini-YGDAI cards
Details That Make the Job a Pleasure
DIRECT RECALL/
MUTE MASTER
These are the features that make a difference in workflow and efficiency. On the PM5D they attest to the fact that Yamaha has
really listened to feedback from the field, and implemented refinements that make sense in real-world applications.
These eight keys can be used either to directly
recall assigned scene numbers, or to mute the
corresponding mute groups. The DIRECT
RECALL and MUTE MASTER LEDs indicate which
function the keys are currently
assigned to.
Lamp Dimmer and LED, LCD Brightness Control
The lamp dimmer controls the brightness of the LA5000
gooseneck lamps. Parameter visibility can be an issue,
depending on your work environment. The PM5D lets you
control the brightness of the LCD screen and also all of the
LEDs on the control surface in 8 steps. At outdoor events, you
might want to turn the brightness of the PM5D indicators up high. Lower brightness is
more appropriate in dark venues, where a bright display may distract nearby
audience members. PM5D even has a “Panel Assistance Mode” in which “off” LEDs
are dimly lit to assist the operator to see the surrounding keys and signs in a very dark
operational environment (where the use of gooseneck lamps are prohibited).
SCENE MEMORY
Scene recall has become one of the most indemand features of digital consoles because
of the enormous boost in productivity it can
provide. The PM5D offers storage and recall
capacity for up to 500 scenes. Scenes can be
recalled via the SCENE MEMORY section keys,
the DIRECT RECALL keys, the USER DEFINED
KEYS, the scene management display, or
external control such as MIDI or GPI.
Scenes can be protected so that they can’t be
inadvertently overwritten. Recall safe function
can be applied to parameters you don’t want
to be affected by scene recall operations, or
alternatively you can make Selective Recall to
recall the wanted parameters only. There’s a
PREVIEW mode that lets you visually confirm
the contents of recalled scenes before
actually applying the changes to the console,
and an UNDO key lets you quickly undo an
unwanted scene recall.
SCENE
RECALL SAFE
Large LCD Display
Although PM5D can be operated without relying on the LCD display, the 10.2-inch
600 x 800 dot color LCD display provides easy-to-read graphics and multiple
parameter views. It is particularly useful when you want to dig in and do in-depth
programming and editing to take full advantage of this remarkable console’s
capabilities, as well as when changing patch, utility, and other settings.
Event List
TRACKING RECALL
The Event List allows existing scenes to be freely assigned as events in a list. This not only allows
scenes to be lined up for recall in any required order, but it also allows the scenes to be
recalled at specified times in a timecode signal generated by external equipment or by the
PM5D itself.
DISPLAY ACCESS Keys
USER DEFINED KEYS
The DISPLAY ACCESS keys determine which type of data will be shown on the LCD
panel. A total of 24 categories are provided in logical groups, letting you access a
particular type of data directly. If you want to set up an input patch, for example,
simply press the PATCH key in INPUT group to call up the appropriate display.
These 25 keys can be assigned to control just about any functions you choose, for example, to individually
mute outputs, bookmark LCD display menu, for external machine control or effect tap tempo.
USER DEFINED KEY number 25 is located separately from the other 24 keys, next to the FADER MODE
buttons, and is conveniently assigned to scene increment operation … but you can reassign it to perform
any function you require.
USER DIFINED KEY
Data Entry
Controls
This section includes cursor keys,
INC/DEC keys, data wheel, and a
trackpad for versatile, easy data
entry when editing via the LCD
display. If you prefer to work with
a keyboard and mouse,
appropriate connectors are
conveniently provided under the
front armrest pad.
PCMCIA Card Slot
Set up your mixes, dump your data to a Compact Flash memory card using PCMCIA
adapters and you can easily transfer it to another PM5D console, or keep it safe for
reloading into the same console at a different time or venue. Engineers can travel
worldwide with just one memory card in their pocket!
The PCMCIA card slot will also be used for future firmware updates.
Libraries
Setting up the entire PM5D system from scratch can be a formidable task, so Yamaha has
provided an extensive selection of presets in a range of libraries that can simply be selected and
used as they are or modified to suit specific requirements. Of course, your own setups can be
added to the libraries for instant recall whenever they are needed. Here’s a list of the available
libraries:
Name
Scene Memory
Input Patch Library
Output Patch Library
Input Channel Library
Output Channel Library
Input EQ Library
Output EQ Library
GATE Library
COMP Library
Effect Library
GEQ Library
HA Library
Number
Preset 1 + User 500
Preset 1 + User 99
Preset 1 + User 99
Preset 1 + User 199
Preset 1 + User 199
Preset 40 + User 159
Preset 3 + User 196
Preset 4 + User 195
Preset 36 + User 163
Preset 54 + User 145
Preset 1 + User 199
Preset 1 + User 199
Total
501
100
100
200
200
199
199
199
199
199
200
200
HA REMOTE Control Output
Internal Oscillator
Vertical Pairing
This connector provides control signals for remote
control of an external microphone preamplifier such as
the Yamaha AD8HR 8-channel A/D microphone
preamplifier.
The AD8HR’s mic preamp gain can be remotely
controlled in steps of 1dB directly from the PM5D.
There’s also a high pass filter and phantom power supply
integrated into each channel that can be turned on and
off by remote control. The filter’s cut-off frequency is also
remotely adjustable.
This Head Amp Remote Control function makes it
possible for the AD8HR to be used as a stage box. In
addition to the many advantages that this offers, digital
connection of the AD8HR and PM5D using an AES/EBU
cable reduces analog wiring requirements to the bare
minimum.
The internal oscillator provides 100Hz, 1kHz, and 10kHz
sine-wave signals as well as pink and burst noise. Sine
waves of different frequencies can be sent to the left and
right channels for effective setup checks.
In addition to standard odd-even channel pairing, the
PM5D allows “vertical pairing” in which adjacent
channels on different layers can be operated in tandem –
channels 1 and 25, for example.
GPI Interface
A 4-input 12-output General Purpose Interface is
provided on PM5D to provide control interoperability
with a wide range of sound and studio equipment – fader
start and talk back on/off are just two examples. The
USER ASSIGNABLE KEYS can be assigned to trigger
appropriate output signals, and continuous input
capability allows the PM5D to be controlled by external
equipment.
MIXER SETUP
Word Clock
The PM5D can be used as either word clock master or
slave to allow effective integration with any type of digital
audio system up to 96-kHz.
Also Worthy Of Note …
GPI
We could go on and on, but here are just a few more features you might find useful.
HA
MS Decoding
Internal Effect Processors
PM5D is equipped with eight independent SPX2000-class multi- effect processors that can be
patched into any of the console’s input, stereo, mix, or matrix channels, offering a
comprehensive range of reverb, delay, modulation, and combination effects.
The PM5D is also ready to use Yamaha’s incomparable Add- on Effects that were first
introduced for DM2000 and 02R96 digital mixers … in fact, the REV- X Reverb is included in
the PM5D by default. You can use other popular programs like Compressor276,
Compressor260, EQ601 and Open Deck by purchasing the Channel Strip and Master Strip
packages.
REVERB HALL
REVERB ROOM
REVERB STAGE
REVERB PLATE
EARLY REF.
GATE REVERB
REVERSE GATE
MONO DELAY
STEREO DELAY
MOD. DELAY
DELAY LCR
ECHO
CHORUS
FLANGE
SYMPHONIC
PHASER
AUTO PAN
TREMOLO
HQ PITCH
DUAL PITCH
ROTARY
RING. MOD.
MOD.FILTER
DISTORTION
AMP SIMULATE
DYNA.FILTER
DYNA.FLANGE
DYNA.PHASER
REV+CHORUS
REV->CHORUS
REV+FLANGE
REV->FLANGE
REV+SYMPHO.
REV->SYMPHO.
REV->PAN
DELAY+ER
DELAY->ER
DELAY+REV
DELAY->REV
DIST->DELAY
MULTIFILTER
FREEZE
STEREO REVERB
M.BAND DYNA
M.BAND COMP
REV-X HALL
REV-X ROOM
REV-X PLATE
COMP276
COMP276S
COMP260
COMP260S
EQUALIZER601
OPENDECK
Built-in MS decoding eliminates the need for external
matrix transformers for MS microphones when working
with MS-encoded source material.
WORD CLOCK
MIDI Remote
The PM5D features MIDI IN, OUT and THRU connectors
that can be connected to external MIDI equipment to
allow transmission and reception of MIDI control signals.
HA LIBRARY
Operation Lock
The Operation Lock function prevents accidental or
inadvertent operation by requiring a password for access.
Graphic Equalizers
M/S DECODE
The PM5D provides twelve 31-band graphic equalizers for output processing. The graphic
equalizers are ideal for use whether you need a subtle overall response adjustment or a more
dramatic boost or cut in a limited frequency range. Each equalizer also features a spectrum
analyzer display. For easy setup the console’s DCA faders can be assigned to directly adjust the
GEQ bands in 8-band groups via the FADER MODE keys.
Mix Minus
Mix Minus makes it possible to instantly remove a
specified channel from the mix – a common example
from the broadcast field would be removing an
announcer from a mix.
GEQ PARAMETER
GEQ ASSIGN
SECURITY
MIDI REMOTE
Comp l et e S o f t wa r e C o n trol
System Examples
As with other Yamaha digital consoles, editor application software is provided to PM5D users. The PM5D Editor is designed
for the offline programming and on-line control, with comprehensive analog-style visual representation of the PM5D controls.
The PM5D Editor will run on Windows XP and Mac OSX (10.2 or later) compatible computers connected to the PM5D via USB.
1. Remote Microphone Preamplifer Control
Also the PM5D Editor works within the Yamaha Studio Manager Host environment realizing the integration with other Yamaha
digital systems.
It would not be possible to introduce all of the PM5D's software parameters and displays in the space available here, but here
are a few examples.
Using MY-series expansion cards and the PM5D’s HA REMOTE output, it is possible to receive input from and remotely control up to eight high-performance Yamaha AD8HR
8-channel A/D microphone preamplifiers.
The AD8HR’s mic preamp gain can be remotely controlled in steps of 1dB directly from the PM5D. There’s also a high pass filter and phantom power supply integrated into
each channel that can be turned on and off by remote control. The filter’s cut-off frequency is also remotely adjustable.
This Head Amp Remote Control function makes it possible for the AD8HR to be used as a stage box. In addition to the many advantages that this offers, digital connection of
the AD8HR and PM5D using an AES/EBU cable reduces analog wiring requirements to the bare minimum.
HA Remote
Layer Window
AD8HR
Selected Channel Window
Almost a complete virtual mixer, this window shows all PM5D input
This very useful overview window shows
channel parameters “in-line” as they might appear on an analog console.
all parameters available via the console’s
This is a comprehensive overview designed for fast, efficient editing of the
SELECTED CHANNEL section in easy-to-
most essential mix elements.
grasp graphic form, as well the controls in
HA Remote
Slot 1
AD8HR
Slot 2
HA Remote
Slot 3
AD8HR
Slot 4
HA Remote
AD8HR
PM5D
the selected channel strip itself, and the
MIX SEND controls.
2. DME Control
Adding a Yamaha Digital Mixing Engine such as the DME64N to the PM5D can provide an extra injection of mixing and DSP power that might be needed for some applications. You
The PM5D Editor will also include the following windows for
total console management :
■ DCA/Mute Group Window
■ Patch Editor
■ Effect Window
■ Library Window
■ GEQ Window
■ Scene Window
■ Surround Editor Window
■ Setup Window
can connect to a DME64N via the D-sub 68P cascade connector, or use the MY16-C CobraNet™ expansion card to communicate with a whole network of CobraNet-enabled devices.
You can create 64 matrix outs, and control additional GEQ, master fader, crossover, delay, and matrix mixer components created on DME64N from the PM5D.
Please refer to DME64N/ DME24N brochure for DME applications in detail.
Cascade Out
D-sub 68P
or
MY-16C
■ Meter Window
Master Windows (Mix, Matrix, DCA, Stereo)
D-sub 68P
or
MY-16C
DME64N
PM5D
These windows provide an informative overview of fader levels as well as
other parameters including EQ, compressor gain reduction, delay, and more.
3. Cascaded PM5D Consoles
Two PM5D consoles can easily be connected with bidirectional control capability. If you don’t need bidirectional control you can cascade up to four PM5Ds.
Bidirectional Cascade
D-sub
68P
D-sub
68P
PM5D
PM5D
4. Bus & Control Cascade With a Yamaha DM2000
A DM2000 cascade-connected to the PM5D via the D-sub 68P cascade port will provide a 24-bus link-up.
Cascade Out
D-sub
68P
D-sub
68P
PM5D
DM2000
BUS 1~8
AUX 1~12
STEREO
MIX 1~8
MIX 9~20
STEREO
Op t i o n s
Software packages are available for adding unique and valuable effect programs to the
PM5D internal effect programs. You can edit, store and recall ADD-ON EFFECTS on the
console in the usual way. In addition, a special GUI is available in the PM5D editor to
manage these effects.
The PM5D’s real I/O versatility comes in the form of four mini-YGDAI expansion slots. The expansion slots are 24 bit/96 kHz
compatible, so you can select mini YGDAI plug-in cards to create the input/output configuration that’s perfect for your needs.
16 I/O Series
MY16-C CobraNet™ Expansion Card
The MY16-C CobraNet™* expansion card allows transmission and reception of up to 32 channels (16 in/16 out) of uncompressed digital
audio data. CobraNet™ is an audio networking system developed by Peak Audio (a division of Cirrus Logic, Inc.) that allows real-time
MY16-C
transmission and reception of multiple channels of uncompressed digital audio signals via a Fast Ethernet (100 megabits/sec.) network.
CobraNet™ I/O
CHANNEL STRIP PACKAGE (AE-011)
MASTER STRIP PACKAGE (AE-021)
REVERB PACKAGE (AE-031)
This Package includes 5 models that
employ VCM (Virtual Circuitry
Modeling) technology to recreate
the sound and characteristics of
several classic compression and EQ units from the 70's.
The Master Strip Package
Open Deck employs Virtual
Circuitry Modeling
technology to recreate both the analog circuitry and
tape characteristics that shaped the sound of openreel tape recorders.
The REV-X programs feature the
richest reverberation and
smoothest decay available, based
on years of dedicated research and development.
• Includes five models that employ VCM technology to recreate the
sound and characteristics of classic compression and EQ units from
the 70’s.
• Fine-tuned by leading engineers, and featuring carefully selected
parameters in a simple interface.
MY16-AT
MY16-AE
MY16-TD
16 channel ADAT format I/O
16 channel AES/EBU format I/O
16 channel TDIF format I/O
• Compressor 276 (mono)/Compressor 276S (stereo): Recreate the
fast response, frequency characteristics, and tube-amp saturation of
the most in-demand analog compressors for studio use.
96-kHz Series
• Compressor 260 (mono)/Compressor 260S (stereo): Features
faithful modeling of the solid-state VCA and RMS detection circuitry
of the late 70’s for live sound reinforcement applications.
• Employs VCM technology to recreate both the analog
circuitry and tape characteristics that shaped the sound of
open-reel tape recorders.
• The Open Deck provides models of four machine types:
Swiss ’70, Swiss ’78, Swiss ’85, and American ’70. You can
even combine different record and playback decks for a
wider range of variation.
• You also have a choice of “old” and “new” tape types, tape
speed, bias, and EQ settings that can vary the “focus” of the
sound, distortion, and saturation characteristics.
• Equalizer 601: Delivers the unique characteristics of 70’s analog EQ
circuitry, featuring graphical editing capability on both the console
and PC displays.
MY8-AD96
MY8-DA96
MY8-AE96
MY8-AE96S
8 channel Analog Input Card
8 channel Analog Output Card
8 channel AES/EBU format I/O
8 channel AES/EBU format I/O
(w/Sample rate converter)
Compressor 276 (mono)
Compressor 276S
• Reverb ADD-ON EFFECTS employing the latest REV-X
algorithms first introduced in Yamaha’s SPX2000
Professional Multi Effect Processor.
• The REV-X programs feature the richest
reverberation and smoothest decay available, based
on years of dedicated research and development.
• Hall, Room, and Plate programs are provided.
• The Hall and Room programs have a very open
sound, while Plate delivers a brighter tonality that is
ideal for vocals.
The effects in this package are supplied
as internal effects on the PM5D.
American ’70 with New
Standard Series
REV-X HALL
EQ601
Swiss ’85 with New
MY8-AE
MY8-AT
MY8-TD
MY8-AD24
8 channel AES/EBU format I/O
8 channel ADAT format I/O
8 channel TDIF format I/O
8 channel Analog Input Card (24 bit)
REV-X ROOM
Swiss ’70 with New
Compressor 260(mono)/Compressor 260S
REV-X PLATE
MY4-AD
MY4-DA
4 channel Analog Input Card (24 bit)
4 channel Analog Output Card (20 bit)
SURROUND POST PACKAGE (AE-041)
Plug-in DSP card
Y96K
Waves Effects and ADAT I/O
The Y96K contains many of Waves “greatest hits”, including Waves
Renaissance Compressor and EQ, TrueVerb reverb, L1 Ultramaximizer,
SuperTap delay, and DeEsser. These processors are all available in
addition to your on-board effects.
Developed, Manufactured & Supported by:
www.waves.com
Exclusively distributed worldwide by:
The Surround Post Package uses Yamaha’s Interactive Spatial Sound
Processing technology that takes full advantage of the 96-kHz audio
DSP power of the PM5D. The AE-041 will include three effect
programs: Room ER, Auto Doppler and Field Rotation. These unique
effect programs not only can vastly simplify the complex operation in Post-Production
requirements, but also can be used creatively in the musical context.
VINTAGE STOMP PACKAGE (AE-051)
PW800W
Power Supply
PSL120
Power Supply Link Cable
LA5000
Gooseneck Lamp
* Available as replacement options. ( 3 pcs. included in PM5D, PM5D-RH)
Coming Soon
Coming Soon
In this package Virtual Circuitry Modeling technology
delivers faithful models of classic much-in-demand stomp
boxes from the 70's that helped shape the sound of music
history. The AE-051 package will include three phaser models: the MAX100, Vintage
Phaser, and Dual Phase. Although the vintage equipments are hard to come by, they are in
considerable demand for both live performance and studio production. All models
feature graphical user interfaces that reflect the image of the times.
What is ISSP?
ISSP stands for “Interactive Spatial Sound Processing,” and is a
new sound effect system created originally by Yamaha. Designed
through comprehensive and extensive research, this technology
offers unparalleled reality, operability and originality. It delivers
unprecedented soundfield positioning and highly realistic sound
source movement effects, with simple operation that allows simulations.
What is VCM technology?
VCM (Virtual Circuitry Modeling) technology actually
models the characteristics of analog circuitry – right
down to the last resistor and capacitor. VCM technology
goes well beyond simply analyzing and modeling
electronic components and emulating the sound of old equipment. It’s capable of
capturing subtleties that simple digital simulations cannot even approach, while
actually creating ideal examples of sought-after vintage gear.
The names of programs or menus incorporated in ADD-ON EFFECTS are for descriptive purposes only. Reference to product names, trademarks, artists and songs is made for the sole purpose of identifying
products and sounds studied for modeling and describing the sound nuances Yamaha attempted to create through use of its proprietary technology. Such reference does not constitute representations that
they physically possess equal qualities, and does not imply any cooperation or endorsement by such manufacturers or artists. The products, trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
PM5D, PM5D-RH Specifications
ANALOG OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Actual Source
Impedance
For Use With Nominal
STEREO A, B [L, R]
150Ω
600Ω Lines
Output Terminals
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
GAIN SW *4
+24dB (default)
Max. Before Clip
+24dBu (12.28 V)
+18dB
-2dBu (616mV)
+18dBu (6.16V)
+24dB (default)
+4dBu (1.23 V)
+24dBu (12.28 V)
+18dB
-2dBu (616mV)
+18dBu (6.16V)
+24dB (default)
+4dBu (1.23 V)
+24dBu (12.28 V)
+18dB
-2dBu (616mV)
+18dBu (6.16V)
+24dB (default)
+4dBu (1.23 V)
+24dBu (12.28 V)
+18dB
-2dBu (616mV)
+18dBu (6.16V)
+24dB (default)
+4dBu (1.23 V)
+24dBu (12.28 V)
+18dB
-2dBu (616mV)
+18dBu (6.16V)
All faders are nominal when measured. Output impedance of signal generator:150Ω
Internal Signal Processing
32-bit (Accumulator 58-bit)
Sampling Frequency
Internal
External
44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz
Normal rate: 44.1kHz (-10%) — 48kHz (+6%)
Double rate: 88.2kHz (-10%) — 96kHz (+6%)
Signal Delay
Less Than 2.3ms INPUT to STEREO A, B (@ Fs = 48kHz)
Less Than 1.15ms INPUT to STEREO A, B (@ Fs = 96kHz)
Fader
Moterized, Stroke: 100mm All Faders
Crosstalk
@1kHz
-80dB Ajacent Input 1 — 48
-80dB Input to Output
MONITOR OUT [L, R, C]
150Ω
600Ω Lines
Power Requirements
PM5D
480W DC 24V 20A (Use PW800W Only)
PM5D-RH 528W DC 24V 25A (Use PW800W Only)
CUE OUT [L, R]
150Ω
600Ω Lines
MATRIX OUT 1 – 8
150Ω
600Ω Lines
Dimensions
W x D x H (mm) 1551 x 950 x 283
Net Weight
PM5D: 98 kg, PM5D-RH: 97 kg
Operation free-air Temperature Range
10 — 35 ˚C
Storage Temperature Range
-20 — 60 ˚C
MIX OUT 1 – 24
Fader Resolution
+10 — -138, -∞dB All Faders
Total Harmonic Distortion
Less Than 0.05 % 20Hz — 20kHz @+4dBu into 600Ω
INPUT 1 — 48 ch to STEREO A,B OUT (@Sampling frequency = 44.1kHz or 48kHz)
Less Than 0.05 % 20Hz — 40kHz @+4dBu into 600Ω
INPUT 1 — 48 ch to STEREO A,B OUT (@Sampling frequency = 88.2kHz or 96kHz)
LIBRARIES
PM5D
Name
Number
Scene Memory
Preset 1 + User 500
501
Input Patch Library
Preset 1 + User 99
100
Output Patch Library
Preset 1 + User 99
100
Input Channel Library
Preset 1 + User 199
200
PM5D-RH 1.0, -3.0dB 20Hz — 20kHz @1kHz into 600Ω
INPUT 1 — 48 ch to STEREO A,B OUT
(@Sampling frequency = 44.1kHz or 48kHz)
1.0, -3.0dB 20Hz — 40kHz @1kHz into 600Ω
INPUT 1 — 48 ch to STEREO A,B OUT
(@Sampling frequency = 88.2kHz or 96kHz)
Output Channel Library
Preset 1 + User 199
200
Input EQ Library
Preset 40 + User 159
199
Output EQ Library
Preset 3 + User 196
199
GATE Library
Preset 4 + User 195
199
110 typ. DA Converter (STEREO A, B OUT)
(@Sampling frequency = 44.1kHz or 48kHz)
108 typ. AD + DA (to STEREO A, B OUT),
GAIN: Min., PAD: ON (@Sampling frequency = 44.1kHz or 48kHz)
110 typ. DA Converter (STEREO A, B OUT) (@Sampling frequency = 96kHz)
106 typ. AD + DA (to STEREO A, B OUT),
GAIN: Min., PAD: ON (@Sampling frequency= 88.2kHz or 96kHz)
COMP Library
Preset 36 + User 163
199
Effect Library
Preset 54 + User 145
199
Hum & Noise
Rs = 150Ω
Input Gain = Max.
Input Pad = 0dB
Input sensitivity = -60dB
-128dBu Equivalent Input Noise (20Hz — 20kHz) STEREO A, B OUT
-86dBu Residual Output Noise, ST Master Off.
PW800W Specifications
Maximum Voltage Gain
@1kHz
84dB INPUT 1 — 48 to STEREO A, B OUT, Rs = 150Ω, Input Gain: Max., PAD: Off
84dB INPUT 1 — 48 to MIX OUT/MATRIX OUT/CUE OUT/MONITOR OUT
(via STEREO Bus)
Input Gain = Min.
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
(Max. level to noise level)
0.5, -1.5dB 20Hz — 20kHz @1kHz into 600Ω
INPUT 1 — 48 ch to STEREO A,B OUT
(@Sampling frequency = 44.1kHz or 48kHz)
0.5, -2dB 20Hz — 40kHz @1kHz into 600Ω
INPUT 1 — 48 ch to STEREO A,B OUT
(@Sampling frequency = 88.2kHz or 96kHz)
GEQ Library
Preset 1 + User 199
200
HA Library
Preset 1 + User 199
200
Power Requirements
600Ω Lines
INPUT 1 – 48
0
26
STEREO INPUT 1 – 4 [L, R]
Actual Load
Impedance
For Use With Nominal
GAIN SW *4
-60dB
-16dB
-34dB
3kΩ
50-600Ω Mics & 600Ω Lines
—
4kΩ
600Ω Lines
—
INSERT IN 1 – 48
10kΩ
600Ω Lines
—
2TR IN ANALOG 1, 2 [L, R]
10kΩ
600Ω Lines
TALKBACK
3kΩ
50-600Ω Mics & 600Ω Lines
10dB
XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) *1
XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) *1
Phone Jack (TRS) (Balanced) *2 *5
10kΩ Lines
—
+4dBu (1.23 V)
+24dBu (12.28 V)
15Ω
8Ω Phones
—
75mW (*6)
150mW
Stereo Phone Jack (TRS)
40Ω Phones
—
65mW (*6)
150mW
(Unbalanced) *3
DIGITAL OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Terminal
Format
Data Length
Level
Connector
Terminal
2TR IN 1 AES/EBU
DIGITAL 2 AES/EBU
(*2)
AES/EBU
24bit
RS422
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *1
AES/EBU
24bit
RS422
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *1
2TR OUT
AES/EBU
1 AES/EBU
DIGITAL
Professional Use
3 COAXIAL
IEC-60958
CASCADE IN
—
24bit
0.5Vpp/75Ω
—
RS422
(*3)
RCA Pin Jack
Format
TO HOST
MIDI
100 — 240V, 50/60Hz 1000W (Max.)
RS422
IEC-60958
Consumer Use
24bit *1
0.5Vpp/75Ω
—
—
RS422
CASCADE OUT
Connector
XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) *2
XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) *2
RCA Pin Jack
D-Sub Half Pitch Connector 68P (Female)
*1. Dither :word length 16/20/24 bit
*2. XLR-3-32 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD)
*3. With Sampling Rate Converter
CONTROL INPUT/OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Terminal
Level
24bit *1
24bit *1
3 COAXIAL
*1. XLR-3-31 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD)
*2. With Sampling Rate Converter
Data Length
AES/EBU
2 AES/EBU
Professional Use
D-Sub Half Pitch Connector 68P (Female)
Format
Level
Connector
USB
USB1.1
0V-3.3V
B type USB Connector
IN
MIDI
—
DIN-5pin
OUT
MIDI
—
DIN-5pin
THRU
MIDI
—
DIN-5pin
SLOT (1-4) CHARACTERISTICS
Each I/O SLOT accepts a Digital Interface card.
Card Name
Function
Input
The Number Of
Usable Cards
Output
W x H x D (mm)
480 x 132 (=3U) x 355
DC Output
Voltage
24V
TIME CODE IN
SMPTE
SMPTE
0.3Vpp(min.)/10Vpp(max.), 10kΩ
XLR-3-31 type
MY4-AD
ANALOG IN
4 IN
—
4
Current
23A (Max.)
WORD CLOCK
IN
—
TTL/75Ω(ON/OFF)
BNC
MY8-AD24
ANALOG IN
8 IN
—
4
MY8-AD96
4
OUT
ANALOG IN
8 IN
—
MY4-DA
ANALOG OUT
—
4 OUT
4
D-sub 9pin(male)
MY8-DA96
ANALOG OUT
—
8 OUT
4
Net Weight
10 kg
—
—
BNC
Operation Temperature Range
10 — 35 °C
GPI
—
TTL/75Ω
D-sub 25pin(female)
Storage Temperature Range
-20 — 60 °C
HA REMOTE
—
—
—
RS422
D-sub 9pin(female)
MY8-AE96
AES/EBU
8 IN
8 OUT
4
OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
KEYBOARD
PS/2
RS422
DIN 6pin
MY8-AE96S
AES/EBU
8 IN
8 OUT
4
PS/2
—
DIN 6pin
MY8-AT
ADAT
8 IN
8 OUT
4
OUTPUT TERMINAL
MOUSE
]
LAMP 1,2,3
—
2.5V-11.5V
XLR-4-31 type
MY8-TD
TASCAM
8 IN
8 OUT
4
MEMORY CARD
—
—
PCMCIA(CF)
MY8-AE
AES/EBU
8 IN
8 OUT
4
FORMAT
LEVEL
CONNECTOR
—
DC 24V
JL05-2A22-14PC 24pin (Male)
ANALOG INPUT CHARACTERISTICS (PM5D)
GAIN
XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) *1
Dimensions
DC OUTPUT
PAD
XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) *1
150Ω
REMOTE
Input Terminals
XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) *1
PHONES (x2)
DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
*1. XLR-3-32 type connectors are
balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT,
3 = COLD)
*2. Phone jack are balanced.
(Tip = HOT, Ring = COLD,
Sleeve = GND)
*3. PHONES stereo phone jack is
unbalanced. (Tip = LEFT,
Ring = RIGHT, Sleeve = GND)
*4. There are switches inside the
body to preset the maximum
output level.
*5. INSERT OUTs are only provided
for PM5D
*6. The position of the level control is
10dB lowered from Max.
• In these specifications,
0dBu = 0.775 Vrms.
• All output DA converters are 24bit,
128times (@48kHz) oversampling.
Connector
INSERT OUT 1 – 48
Total
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
* Input Gain = Min.
* Hum & Noise is measured with a 6dB/octave filter @12.7kHz; equivalent to a 20kHz filter with infinite
dB/octave attenuation.
* Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with a 18dB/octave filter @80kHz
* Dynamic range is measured with a 6dB/octave filter @12.7kHz; equivalent to a 20kHz filter with infinite
dB/octave attenuation.
150Ω
Output Level
Nominal
+4dBu (1.23 V)
Sensitivity *1
-80dBu (0.0775mV)
Input Level
Nominal
-60dBu (0.775mV)
-36dBu (12.3mV)
-16dBu (123mV)
+4dBu (1.23V)
-10dBu (245mV)
+10dBu (2.45V)
+30dBu (24.51V)
-54dBu (1.55mV)
-34dBu (15.5mV)
-14dBu (155mV)
-10dBu (245mV)
+10dBu (2.54V)
+30dBu (24.51V)
-16dBu (123mV)
+4dBu (1.23V)
+24dBu (12.28V)
Max. Before Clip
-40dBu (7.75mV)
+24dB (default)
-6dBu (388mV)
+4dBu (1.23V)
+24dBu (12.28V)
+18dB
-12dBu (195mV)
-2dBu (0.616V)
+18dBu (6.16V)
—
-60dBu (0.775mV)
-50dBu (2.45mV)
-30dBu (24.5mV)
Sensitivity *1
-82dBu (61.6µV)
Input Level
Nominal
-62dBu (0.616mV)
Max. Before Clip
-42dBu (6.16mV)
-10dBu (245mV)
+10dBu (2.45V)
+30dBu (24.5V)
-82dBu (61.6µV)
-62dBu (0.616mV)
-42dBu (6.16mV)
-10dBu (245mV)
+10dBu (2.45V)
+30dBu (24.5V)
Connector
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
Dimensions
MY16-AT
ADAT
16 IN
16 OUT
4
MY16-TD
TASCAM
16 IN
16 OUT
4
MY16-AE
AES/EBU
16 IN
16 OUT
4
MY16-C*
CobraNet
16 IN
16 OUT
4
*Only SLOT1 has a Serial Interface.
PM5D
PM5D-RH
Phone Jack (TRS) (Balanced) *3
283
283
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
271
271
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
260
260
ANALOG INPUT CHARACTERISTICS (PM5D-RH)
STEREO INPUT 1 – [L, R]
-62dB
GAIN SW *4
3kΩ
50-600Ω Mics & 600Ω Lines
—
50-600Ω Mics & 600Ω Lines
—
3kΩ
+10dB
2TR IN ANALOG 1, 2 [L, R]
10kΩ
600Ω Lines
TALKBACK
3kΩ
50-600Ω Mics & 600Ω Lines
+24dB (default)
-6dBu (388mV)
+4dBu (1.23V)
+24dBu (12.28V)
+18dB
-12dBu (195mV)
-2dBu (0.616V)
+18dBu (6.16V)
—
-60dBu (0.775mV)
-50dBu (2.45mV)
-30dBu (24.5mV)
Connector
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
950
+10dB
For Use With Nominal
865
-62dB
Actual Load
Impedance
950
INPUT 1 – 48
GAIN
865
Input Terminals
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) *2
*1. Sensitivity is the lowest level that will produce an output of +4dBu (1.23V) or the nominal output level when the unit is set to maximum gain. (All faders and level controls are maximum position.)
*2. XLR-3-31 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD)
*3. Phone jacks are balanced. (Tip = HOT, Ring = COLD, Sleeve = GND)
*4. There are switches inside the body to preset the maximum input level.
• In these specifications, 0dBu = 0.775 V rms.
• All input AD converters are 24bit linear, 128times (@48kHz) oversampling.
• +48V DC (phantom power) is supplied to INPUT (1 – 48) XLR type connectors via each individual switch.
1450
1450
1551
1551
Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
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+30
+24
+20
-190
-10
0
+10
+4
0
-20
-10
-40
-20
-50
-30
-60
-40
-70
-50
-80
-60
-90
-70
-100
-80
-110
-90
-120
-100
-130
-110
-140
-120
-150
-130
-160
-140
-170
-150
-180
-160
-190
-170
-200
-180
-210
-30
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
[0dBu = 0.775Vrms]
[0dBFS = Full Scale]
-150
Max. DSP Noise Floor
-160
-170
-180
-190
95
24
R
L
R
L
2
2
2
FX8 IN L/R
FX7 IN L/R
FX6 IN L/R
FX5 IN L/R
FX4 IN L/R
FX3 IN L/R
FX2 IN L/R
32
10
INPUT PATCH
2TR IN A2 L/R
2TR IN A1 L/R
2TR IN D3 L/R
2TR IN D2 L/R
2TR IN D1 L/R
FX8 OUT L/R
FX7 OUT L/R
FX6 OUT L/R
FX5 OUT L/R
FX4 OUT L/R
FX3 OUT L/R
FX2 OUT L/R
FX1 OUT L/R
SLOT4 1-16
SLOT3 1-16
SLOT2 1-16
SLOT1 1-16
ST IN 1- 4 R
To MONITOR SELECT
AD
AD
SRC
SRC
SRC
EFFECT
1-8
EFFECT
To BUS SUMMING
16
16
16
16
CASCADE IN
SELECT
SIGNAL
INSERT OUT
31BAND
GEQ
TALKBACK
SELECT
ON
OFF
OSC(L)
OSC(R)
Pink Noise
Burst Noise
METER
IN 1-48
OUT
METER
4BAND
EQ
IN
METER
TALKBACK
ATT HPF
GEQ 1(...12)
To METER
PreATT
METER
FX RTN 1(...4)
Pair configuration of Mono channel
48 In, 4 ST In, 4 Return, 24 Mix bus, ST A/B, Cue, 8 Matrix, 4 Slot, 8 Effect,12 Geq
2TR IN ANALOG 2
2TR IN ANALOG 1
2TR IN DIGITAL 3 COAXIAL
2TR IN DIGITAL 2 AES/EBU
32
16
16
AD
FX1 IN L/R
METER
2TR IN DIGITAL 1 AES/EBU
INSERT OUT
MIX 1~24
CASCADE IN
SLOT4
SLOT3
16
16
GAIN
GAIN
-90
SLOT2
SLOT1
-130
ON
-140
ST IN R
-120
OFF
-110
PEAK
-100
ST IN 1-4 L
-80
SIGNAL
4 TALKBACK
-70
AD
3 INPUT 1-48 (GAIN MAX.)
ST IN (GAIN MAX.)
-60
ON
2 2TR IN ANALOG 1,2 [L,R] (default setting)
-50
ON
STEREO A,B[L,R]
MONITOR OUT[L,R,C]
CUE OUT[L,R]
MATRIX OUT1-8
MIX OUT1-24
-40
ST IN L
default setting
PEAK
1 INPUT 1-48 (GAIN MIN.)
ST IN (GAIN MIN.)
-30
GAIN
3 Nominal [-62dBu]
Input
-20
[The position of the level
control is 10dB lowered
from Max]
ON
4 Nominal [-50dBu]
Input
-10
OFF
3 Max. Input [-42dBu]
Nominal Output
([email protected]Ω)
[ST IN] x 4
(1-4)
4 Max. Input [-30dBu]
+10
+4
0
ST IN 1-4
PHONES
Max Output
([email protected]Ω)
Nominal Output
[+4dBu]
INPUT 1- 48
OUT
+30
+24
+20
SIGNAL
2 Nominal [+4dBu]
Input
Max. Output
[+24dBu]
+48V
IN
AD
Digital Clipping Level
ON
OUT
IN
ON
OUT
IN
OFF
OUT
IN
INPUT
CASCADE OUT
PEAK
CASCADE IN
+48V MASTER
OFF
OUT
IN
ON
OUT
IN
[INPUT] x 48
(1-48)
OUT
IN
TO TALKBACK SELECT
AD
12
USE IN (1-48)
SELECT
1
INSERT IN
ON
METER
LCR
To OUTPUT PATCH
CASCADE OUT
3
1
1
95
56
8
24
2
2
32
VARI
FIX
SLOT4 16
SLOT3 16
SLOT2 16
DITHER
DITHER
DITHER
DITHER
DITHER
DITHER
DITHER
CASCADE
ON/OFF
SLOT1 16
OUT ATT.
OUTPUT
PATCH
32
32
CASCADE
IN
ON/OFF
ON
TO ST
To OUTPUT PATCH
MIX PAIR
OSC OUT
ON
FIXED MIX PAN
POST
TO ST
CSR
ON
KEYIN CUE
VARI
PFL/
AFL/
POST PAN CUE
From CASCADE IN SELECT
TB OUT
ON
MIX24
MIX2
FOLLOW
PAN
MIX1
PAN
STEREO A
STEREO B
MIX1-24
MATRIX1-8
DIRECT OUT 1-STIN-4R
INSERT OUT
OSC OUT(Lch)
TB OUT
MONITOR L,R,C
Rch
METER
SPECTRUM
ANALYZER
METER AS TALKBACK
METER
Lch
ON
PostFader
LEVEL METER
Same as the above
Pre EQ/
PreFader/
PostON
PreFader
MIX PAIR
To OUTPUT PATCH
ON
DIRECT OUT
MIX24
MIX2
PostON
PostON
PreFader
PostHPF
PreHPF
PreGate PreATT
LEVEL/
DCA1-8
Same as the above
HPF LPF
METER
LEVEL
+48V
To OUTPUT PATCH
Same as the monaural input
PreEQ/
PostEQ/
PreDelay/
PostFader
dBu
+48V TO TALKBACK
IN
Analog
INSERT OUT
Bit
PM5D-RH(Recallable HA)
2 Max. Input [+24dBu]
Analog
INSERT IN
1 Nominal
Input [+10dBu]
Digital
ST IN 1- 4 R
INSERT IN
EQ
DCA
EQ
MSBUS
MASTER
DCA MASTER
OUTPUT
HPF INSERT
INSERT GATE COMP INSERT DELAY LEVEL
INSERT
INSERT COMP INSERT
INSERT DELAY
DA
INSERT ON PAN
BAL
(x4)
(x8)
(x8/4)
DECDE
Adder
LEVEL
(x2)
ON
PATCH
SIGNAL
1 Max. Input [+30dBu]
PHASE ATT.
PEAK
Digital
AD
INPUT
PATCH
GAIN
PM5D-RH
FIX
-190
ST IN R
[0dBu = 0.775Vrms]
[0dBFS = Full Scale]
FOLLOW
PAN
MIX1
-180
InsertIn
METER
-150
ST IN 1-4 L
-140
SRC
SRC
SRC
2
2
2
IN
METER
METER
KEYIN
PreFader/
PostFader/
PostON
PFL/
PostON
COMP
PreFader/
/
PostFader/
PostON
Same as the stereo master A
Same as the stereo master L
ON
to MATRIX
DCA7-8 BAL
INSERT LEVEL/
METER
OUT
GR
INSERT METER
METER
IN
Keyin
Self Pre EQ/
Self Post EQ/
Mix21-24/
Stereo A,B,Matrix1-8
LINK ON/OFF
ON
INSERT
PostFader
PostON
PreEQ
DA
PostDelay
OUT ATT.
METER
DA
OUT ATT.
DA
To OUTPUT PATCH
To MONITOR SELECT
DA
OUT ATT.
LEVEL
PAN
CUE L
8
24
2TR OUT DIGITAL 1
MIX1-24
MATRIX1-8
STEREO A
STEREO B
2TR IN D1
2TR IN D2
2TR IN D3
2TR IN A1
2TR IN A2
2TR OUT DIGITAL 2
Max. DSP Noise Floor
COAXIAL
2TR OUT DIGITAL 3
AES/EBU
PFL/
Post ON
2
PreEQ/
PostEQ/
PreFader/
PostOn
DA
To OUTPUT PATCH
OUT ATT.
INSERT OUT
24
[MIX OUT]
(1~24)
1
R
MONITOR
DELAY
MONITOR
DELAY
MONITOR
DELAY
CUE OUT
DELAY
CUE OUT
DELAY
METER
METER
Same as the matrix master 1
BYPASS
CUE
PFL/
Post ON
Keyin
Self Pre EQ/
Self Post EQ/
Mix21-24/
Stereo A,B,Matrix1-8
LINK ON/OFF
OUT ATT.
INSERT
INSERT
INSERT
METER
METER To OUTPUT PATCH
METER
CUE/SOLO LOGIC
OUT ATT.
ON
ON
DA
OUT ATT.
To OUTPUT PATCH
DA
DA
DA
DA
MONITOR
LEVEL
C
R
L
R
DA
DA
L
DA
PHONES
LEVEL
CUE OUT
LEVEL
To OUTPUT PATCH
PreEQ/
PostEQ/
PreFader/
PostOn
INSERT OUT
To OUTPUT PATCH
1
MONITOR OUT
PHONES
CUE OUT
8
[MATRIX OUT]
(1~8)
[STEREO B]
L
R
To OUTPUT PATCH
KEYIN METER
IN
OUT
IN
PreFader PreEQ
OUT
METER METER METER METER
METER
PostFader
GR
PostON
LEVEL/
INSERT
INSERT METER INSERT
INSERT
PostDelay
DCA7-8 ON
To METER
OUT ATT.
OUTPUT
4BAND
DA
COMP
EQ
DELAY
MONITOR SELECT
DEFINE
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
MIX to STEREO
Pre ON/
Post ON
Same as the mix master 1
CUE
ON
INPUT/OUTPUT/DCA TRIM
CUE R
BI DIRECTION
From
CASCADE IN
SELECT
ON
Same as the above
STEREO B-R
STEREO B-L
STEREO A-R
STEREO A-L
MIX24
MIX1
LCR
L
[STEREO A]
To OUTPUT PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
To MONITOR SELECT
OUTPUT
DELAY
PreFader
INSERT OUT
PreEQ/
PostEQ/
PreFader/
PostOn
To OUTPUT PATCH
KEYIN METER Keyin
OUT
Self Pre EQ/Self Post EQ/Mix21-24/
IN
To MONITOR SELECT
OUT Mix1-12/Mix13-24
METER METER
PreFader PreEQ
METER LINK ON/OFF
GR
METER
LEVEL/ PostFader
INSERT To METER INSERT METER INSERT
PostON
DCA7-8
ON
PostDelay
ON
8BAND
OUTPUT
DA
COMP
EQ
DELAY
INSERT
BI DIRECTION
OUT ATT.
ON
To OUTPUT PATCH
to MATRIX
ON
CSR
CUE
8BAND
EQ
To METER
METER
METER
INSERT
OUT
IN
BI DIRECTION
ON
From
CASCADE IN
SELECT
AES/EBU
SLOT4
SLOT3
SLOT2
SLOT1
From 2TR IN DIGITAL1-3,
ANALOG1-2
ST B
(C) CUE
-130
LCR
-160
ST A
-120
SIGNAL
AD
-50
AD
Analog
-40
FIXED MIX PAN
POST
TO ST
-170
MIX1-24
-110
GAIN
dBFS
GAIN
-30
ST IN L
Digital
-90
INPUT
-190
-100
4BAND
GATE COMP
EQ
DELAY
KEYIN
KEYIN
METER
Keyin
METER
Keyin
Self Pre EQ/
Self Pre EQ/
Self Post EQ/
Self Post EQ/
Keyin Filter Mix21-24/
Mix21-24/
CH1-8/
CH1-8/
CH9-16/
CH9-16/
...
...
PreEQ/
CH41-48
CH41-48
PreFader/
LINK ON/OFF PostON
LINK ON/OFF
-210
3 ST IN (GAIN MAX.)
MSATT HPF
DECODE
-180
5 TALKBACK
INPUT 1- 48
-200
-80
PEAK
-170
4 INPUT 1-48 (GAIN MAX.,PAD OFF)
-70
AD
-190
2 INSERT IN 1-48
2TR IN ANALOG 1,2 [L,R] (default setting)
-60
ON
-160
1 INPUT 1-48 (GAIN MIN.,PAD ON)
ST IN (GAIN MIN.)
-20
INSERT IN
-180
INSERT OUT 1-48
TO ST
-150
default setting
ON
-170
4 Nominal Input [-60dBu]
STEREO A,B[L,R]
MONITOR OUT[L,R,C]
CUE OUT[L,R]
MATRIX OUT1-8
MIX OUT1-24
-10
[ST IN] x 4
(1-4)
CSR
-140
4 Max. Input [-40dBu]
PAN
-160
5 Nominal Input [-50dBu]
ON
-130
3 Nominal Input [-34dBu]
Nominal Output
([email protected]Ω)
[The position of the level
control is 10dB lowered
from Max]
INSERT
-150
PHONES
Max Output
([email protected]Ω)
LEVEL/
DCA1-8
-140
-120
5 Max. Input [-30dBu]
+10
+4
0
INSERT
-110
3 Max. Input [-14dBu]
Nominal Output
[+4dBu]
To METER
-130
OUT
TO TALKBACK SELECT
-100
dBu
INSERT
OFF
-120
OUT
Analog
INSERT OUT
-90
2 Nominal [+4dBu]
Input
+30
+24
+20
To METER
OUT
OUT
METER METER
GR
INSERT GR
INSERT
METER METER
-110
CASCADE IN
Max. Output
[+24dBu]
OUT
METER
-80
IN
IN
METER
-100
Digital Clipping Level
PreATT
METER
-70
OUT
IN
0
26
CUE
-90
PFL/
AFL/
Post PAN
-60
OUT
IN
Analog
MONO
METER
-80
IN
PostON
-50
CASCADE OUT
PostFader
-70
OUT
IN
PreATT
PreFader PreGate
-40
OUT
IN
IN
METER
-60
OUT
IN
CH 1(...48)
-30
2 Max. Input [+24dBu]
PAD
-50
Bit
INPUT
-20
Digital
PEAK
-40
1 Nominal
Input [+10dBu]
IN
BUS
EQ
MASTER
DCA MASTER
OUTPUT
INSERT COMP INSERT
BAL
DA
INSERT
INSERT DELAY
Adder
(x8/4)
LEVEL
ON
(x2)
PATCH
SIGNAL
-10
-30
INSERT IN
PAN
GAIN
-20
1 Max. Input [+30dBu]
DCA
MSEQ
INSERT ON
HPF INSERT
INSERT GATE COMP INSERT DELAY LEVEL
DECDE
(x4)
(x8)
+48V
+10
+4
0
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
PHASE ATT.
MONO
dBu
0
Digital
ON
-10
INPUT
PATCH
OFF
+30
+24
+20
AD
[INPUT] x 48
(1-48)
dBFS
GAIN
PM5D (NonRecallable HA)
Analog
SELECT
dBu
PAD
DIM
Analog
Digital
MATRIX1
MATRIX2
MATRIX3
MATRIX4
MATRIX5
MATRIX6
MATRIX7
MATRIX8
PM5D
MONO
Analog
Block Diagram
DIM
System Level Diagram
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