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Yamaha DZR315(-D) DZR15(-D) DZR12(-D) DZR10(-D) DXS18XLF(-D) DXS15XLF(-D) Reference Manual
POWERED LOUDSPEAKER
POWERED SUBWOOFER
Reference Manual
JA
EN
Contents
Introduction
3
DZR(-D), DXS-XLF(-D) Series Product Lineup .................................................... 3
Main Features ...................................................................................................... 3
Main Functions .................................................................................................... 4
Structure of Manuals............................................................................................ 4
CARDIOID Screen
Subwoofer ..................................................................... 17
ROUTER Screen ................................................................................................ 18
UTILITY Screen ................................................................................................. 19
PANEL SETUP............................................................................................ 19
PANEL LOCK ............................................................................................. 20
5
DEVICE BACKUP....................................................................................... 23
DANTE SETUP Dante model ................................................................... 23
NETWORK Dante model ......................................................................... 25
Full-range Speaker (Rear) ................................................................................... 5
DEVICE INFORMATION ............................................................................. 26
Subwoofer (Rear)................................................................................................. 5
INITIALIZE.................................................................................................. 26
Rear Panel
LOG ........................................................................................................... 27
Functions
Full range
Subwoofer ............................................................... 6
Power Section .............................................................................................. 7
Dante Section Dante model ...................................................................... 8
Panel Operations
9
UPDATE FIRMWARE .................................................................................. 27
Muting from an External Device
About Dante
Dante model
Dante model ............................................. 28
29
Basic Operations ................................................................................................. 9
Dante Network System ...................................................................................... 29
HOME Screen and Its Functions ....................................................................... 10
Dante Settings ................................................................................................... 30
Alert Messages.................................................................................................. 12
Connecting to Dante Devices ........................................................................... 30
Initialization ........................................................................................................ 12
Integration with Yamaha Digital Mixers ............................................................. 31
Screen Functions
13
Reference
33
Screen Structure ................................................................................................ 13
Precautions when Using the USB Terminal ....................................................... 33
PRESET Screen ................................................................................................. 13
Using USB Flash Drives .................................................................................... 33
RECALL...................................................................................................... 14
Function Tree ..................................................................................................... 34
STORE........................................................................................................ 14
Message List ..................................................................................................... 37
CLEAR........................................................................................................ 14
Patch Correspondence Chart when Using Quick Config ................................. 39
TITLE .......................................................................................................... 14
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 40
PROTECT ................................................................................................... 15
Dante-related Terms .......................................................................................... 41
HPF Screen
Full range ................................................................................. 15
Specifications .................................................................................................... 42
LPF Screen
Subwoofer ................................................................................ 15
Dimensions........................................................................................................ 46
D-CONTOUR Screen
D-XSUB Screen
Full range .................................................................. 15
Block Diagram................................................................................................... 52
Subwoofer ......................................................................... 16
Index.................................................................................................................. 53
EQ Screen ......................................................................................................... 16
DELAY Screen ................................................................................................... 16
2
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha DZR(-D) series POWERED LOUDSPEAKER and DXS-XLF(-D) series POWERED SUBWOOFER. (See the series
product lineup below.) These products are designed for live performance, sound reinforcement and fixed installation sound system applications. This
manual provides instructions on installation, setup, configuring of the connections, and detailed operation of these speakers for installers, constructors,
or general users familiar with speakers. Please read this manual together with the Owner’s Manual that comes packaged with the product to get full use
out of this product and its functions.
* Unless specifically noted otherwise, illustrations in this manual are based on the DZR12-D and DXS18XLF-D.
* In this manual the Dante model (-D) series is referred to as DZR-D, DXS-XLF-D.
DZR(-D), DXS-XLF(-D) Series Product Lineup
Type
Full Range
Subwoofer
Standard Model
Dante Model (-D)
3-way 15"
DZR315
DZR315-D
2-way 15"
DZR15
DZR15-D
2-way 12"
DZR12
DZR12-D
2-way 10"
DZR10
DZR10-D
18"
DXS18XLF
DXS18XLF-D
15"
DXS15XLF
DXS15XLF-D
Main Features
• Strong plywood cabinet features a high output Class D amplifier. Full-range models feature powerful sound pressure capability in a lightweight package by using
neodymium magnets.
• Optimized pairing of a highly durable speaker unit with a fixed directional horn, for sparkling highs with punchy and powerful bass.
• Full-range models feature an FIR filter for crossover and frequency adjustments. Low latency for DSP and AD/DA, thanks to 96 kHz sampling rate.
• LCD screen for loading presets, and for making precise graphical adjustments to EQ, delay, and routings. Easily transfer settings by using a USB flash drive.
• Dante models (-D) support the transmission of digital audio and remote control via a Dante network.
• 2-way models support use on a stand or use as a floor monitor. Rotation of the horn, several rigging points, and optional brackets allow a variety of installation methods.
3
Introduction
Main Functions
 Processing
Incorporates new FIR filter technology in addition to signal processing know-how built up through years of product development experience in order to deliver the
next level in sound quality. The DSP, AD/DA sampling frequency (Fs) is 96 kHz.
 Display
See page 6
The display enables users to set a broad range of functions using simple commands while finely tuning EQ, delay, routing and other settings using a graphical interface. Includes a back light for adjusting luminance.
 Presets
See pages 11, 13
A set of recall-only factory presets (one to three) and savable user presets (eight) are available. Select the desired preset from the factory presets when using the
DZR and DXS-XLF series product together.
 Network
See pages 8, 29
Dante-compatible models not only allow for audio input/output across a Dante network, they also enable users to control and monitor this product on a computer,
etc.
 Integration with Yamaha digital mixers
See page 31
Connect a Dante-compatible model with a TF series, CL series or QL series device over a network to monitor patching and device status without a Dante Controller.
Yamaha provides a unique system solution centered around its digital mixers.
 Other useful functions
• Safeguard functions are in place to prevent malfunction. Alert messages and other notifications are used to inform users when an issue occurs.
See page 12
• Comes equipped with a panel lock feature preventing operational errors and tampering. Connect a USB flash drive with the PIN code saved to it to temporarily
unlock the panel. Remove the stick to lock the panel again.
See page 20
• Internal data can be stored on a USB flash drive, making it easy to copy the same settings to a replacement device.
See page 23
Structure of Manuals
• Owner’s Manual (included with the product)
This manual describes product functions and basic product operation.
• Reference Manual (this manual)
This manual describes settings and operations in detail.
4
Functions
Full-range Speaker (Rear)
w Screw holes for U-bracket
For installing with the separately sold U-brackets.
(These sockets are not available on the DZR315(-D).)
When using a pole socket to install a speaker, observe
the following conditions for safety.
Subwoofer
Speaker to be installed
Length of
the pole
DXS18XLF(-D)
Weight: 26 kg or less
Height: 76.0 cm or less
(DZR15(-D) or smaller)
104 cm or less
Weight: 22 kg or less
Height: 64.5 cm or less
(DZR12(-D) or smaller)
82 cm or less
Weight: 18 kg or less
Height: 53.7 cm or less
(DZR10(-D) or smaller)
104 cm or less
e Screw holes for eye bolts
we
For installing the speaker using eye bolts. The screw
holes for eye bolts go through the cabinet wall.
DXS15XLF(-D)
Subwoofer (Rear)
t Feet cups
r
When stacking multiple speakers, align the rubber feet
of the upper speaker to the feet cups of the lower one.
t
y Wheel mounting screws
y
Bottom
For installing the separately sold Yamaha SPW-1
wheels. If you are not using wheels, do not remove
these screws. Otherwise, the leakage of air will affect
sound quality.
q
q Tiltable pole socket
This mount has two pole sockets. You can choose the
angle of the speaker so that it is positioned horizontal
to the floor or tilting down toward the floor by 7
degrees. Compatible with commercially available
speaker stands and speaker poles of 35 mm diameter.
(These sockets are not available on the DZR315(-D).)
NOTE
r Dual pole sockets
Compatible with commercially available speaker poles
of 35 mm diameter and M20 screw.
Pole socket
• For more information about installing wheels and related
precautions, refer to the corresponding manual for the
wheels.
• Do not install any item other than the SPW-1 wheels.
7°
FRONT
7°
35 mm
diameter
M20 screw
0°
5
Functions
q USB terminal
Rear Panel
Full range
Subwoofer
!1
r
q
w
e
o
t
y
i
u
Connect a USB flash drive to save/load internal memory on this product. USB flash drives are also used to
perform firmware updates. You can also save a PIN
code used to lock the panel to a USB flash drive, and
then connect the USB flash drive to temporarily unlock
the panel.
For more information about using the USB terminal
and USB flash drives, see “Precautions when Using
the USB Terminal” and “Using USB Flash Drives”
(page 33).
w [LIMIT] indicator
Lights red when the limiter for protecting the speaker
is active. If the indicator remains on, lower the level of
the input signal. This flashes together with the e
[POWER] indicator when a serious system error is
detected at product startup. This indicator will turn off
automatically when BLACKOUT is ON (see page 20).
e [POWER] indicator
Lights green when the power is on. Flashes when the
protection function is active and the output is muted.
(“MUTED” appears on the HOME screen in the display
at this time.) This flashes together with the w [LIMIT]
indicator when a serious system error is detected at
product startup.
r Display
Shows the settings for various functions. Users can
finely tune EQ, delay, routing and other settings using
a graphical interface. The display includes a back
light, enabling users to adjust the brightness and contrast of the display, configure BLACKOUT (automatic
off) settings (see page 20).
NOTE
• The display will darken after one minute of panel inactivity
and turn off after 25 minutes of inactivity to protect the display, even if the BLACKOUT (page 20) setting is off. Either
press a key on the rear panel or press the main knob to
wake the display.
• The display will start flashing when the Identify function is
used on a Dante Controller or Dante devices (each of the
TF, CL, and QL series, etc.).
t Main knob
Turn the knob to move the cursor that appears in the
display and change parameter values. Press the knob
to execute a setting.
NOTE
The [POWER] indicator will not automatically turn off even if
BLACKOUT (page 20) is ON.
!0
y[
] (Back) key
Press this button to return to the previous screen.
Press and hold this button for at least one second to
return to the HOME screen.
u [LEVEL] controls
!1
Adjust the level that is input to the [INPUT] jacks.
Available only on Dante models. See the “Dante Section” (page 8).
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Functions
i [INPUT] jacks
!1 Vents
Combo jacks for line level input. Accept both XLR and
phone plugs. This enables you to mix levels for two
input signals separately. Not compatible with mic
input.
o [THRU/OUTPUT] jacks
XLR output jacks. Switch the DZR(-D) series channel 2
and DXS-XLF(-D) series channel 1 and 2 output signals using the !0 [THRU/DSP OUT] switch. The DZR(D) series channel 1 output is fixed to [THRU].
DZR(-D) Series
!3 Power switch
A cooling fan is installed on the exhaust side. The fan
will start once the amp exceeds a certain temperature.
Fan speed is controlled based on the temperature of
the amp and power source. When the speaker is in
use, make sure that all of the vents are free from
obstruction.
Turns the power supply on [–] or off [ ].
WARNING
A small amount of current flows even when
the power switch is off. If you intend to not
use the speaker for a long time, be sure to
unplug the power cord from the outlet.
NOTE
 Power Section
• Depending on the timing when the power switch is turned
on/off, it might take up to 15 seconds for the power to turn
on.
DXS-XLF(-D) Series
!2
!3
• When using multiple devices, we recommend turning each
device on one at a time. If multiple devices are turned on at
the same time, the devices might not start up correctly due
to a voltage drop at the power supply.
!2 [AC IN] jack
!0 [THRU/DSP OUT] switch
This switch determines whether signals output from
the output jack are passed through the input jack as is
([THRU]), or whether the signal receives DSP processing before input ([DSP OUT]). When this is set to [DSP
OUT], you can set the output signal. For more information about signals that can be output, see “ROUTER
Screen” – “e OUTPUT” (page 19).
Connect the supplied AC power cord here. First, connect the power cord to this product, then insert the
power cord plug into the AC outlet. When removing the
power cord, perform this procedure in reverse order.
While the internal power supply functions within the
100V – 240V range, the limiter may not work properly if
a different voltage to that shown is used, since the
maximum output and limiter setting are optimized
according to the voltage used. Do not use a voltage
setting other than that shown.
WARNING
Use only the supplied power cord/plug.
CAUTION
Be sure to turn the power off before connecting or disconnecting the power cord.
Insert the power cord fully until it is locked by the
latching lock mechanism (V-Lock).
Press the V-Lock latch to disconnect the power cord.
7
Functions
 Dante Section
!7 [SYNC] indicator
Lights steady or flashes green according to the Dante
communication status, as shown in the following table.
This indicator will turn off automatically when BLACKOUT is ON (see page 20).
Dante model
!5
!4
!6 !5
!6
Steady
Operating normally as a clock
slave on the Dante network
Continuously flashes
Operating normally as a clock
master on the Dante network
!4
Periodically flashes
one time
Incorrect DANTE FS setting
!7
Periodically flashes
two times
Dante network cable not connected
Periodically flashes
three times
Incorrect Dante network connection
!4 Dante jacks
These are etherCON jacks for connecting with Dante
devices and computers. The two jacks are primary
connectors that can be linked in a daisy chain connection (see page 29). This connection cannot be used in
a redundant (secondary) network.
NOTE
Use STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cables to prevent electromagnetic interference. Make sure that the metal parts of the
plugs are electrically connected to the STP cable shield by
conductive tape or comparable means.
!5 [LINK] indicator
Shows the communication status of Dante jacks.
Lights green when an Ethernet cable is connected
correctly to the Dante jack. This indicator will turn off
automatically when BLACKOUT is ON (see page 20).
NOTE
This indicator may flash for 30 seconds when the power is
turned on when connected to a network device.
!6 [1G] indicator
This indicator will light up in orange when the Dante
network is functioning as a Giga-bit Ethernet.
This indicator will turn off automatically when BLACKOUT is ON (see page 20).
8
Panel Operations
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you reach the edit parameter screen.
Basic Operations
Main knob
The main knob is used to move the
cursor and adjust parameter values. Parameters with a broad range
of values can be adjusted more
quickly based on the speed at
which the main knob is turned.
[
] (Back) key
Press this key to move up one level from the current level, or to
return to the previous screen. Press and hold this button for at
least one second to return to the HOME screen.
Edit selectable parameters
Turn the main knob to select. The value will be updated and the sound will change
when you press the main knob to execute the change.
Edit continuous parameters
Turn the main knob to change the parameter value. The value is changed in real time
as you turn the knob.
1. Turn the main knob to select an item. The selected item is highlighted.
The > on the right indicates that there are deeper menu items.
4. For selectable parameters, press the main knob to execute the edited value.
Press the [
] (Back) key to return to the previous screen (press and hold for at
least one second to return to the HOME screen).
2. Press the main knob to execute a selection.
9
Panel Operations
HOME Screen and Its Functions
The HOME screen will appear when the power switch is turned on.
Refer to the HOME screen for the model in use.
Dante model
Standard model
 DZR-D series
 DZR series
q
r t
r t
i
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!0
!1
w
e
i
o
!0
!1
w
!3
!4
u
!3
!4
y
u
 DXS-XLF-D series
y
 DXS-XLF series
q
r t
r t
i
o
!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
w
e
u
i
o
!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
w
y
u
y
NOTE
• Even while displaying other than the HOME screen, if you do not operate the panel for 5 minutes, the screen automatically returns to the HOME screen.
• The above screens of the Dante models are examples when setting LABEL of q to "DZR12-D" and "DXS18XLF-D," respectively.
10
Panel Operations
q UNIT ID, LABEL Dante model
Shows the UNIT ID and label assigned so that DZR-D or DXS-XLF-D series devices on
the Dante network can be recognized. When the DANTE MODE (page 23) is set to
Quick Config, this will show as “QC,” and the name of the selected TF series output
channel. Go to the DANTE SETUP screen to configure and display Dante settings.
w Input Meter
Shows analog input signal levels. On Dante models this will appear as ANA.
Clipped input signals will light up at the top when clipping occurs.
e Input Meter (DNT) Dante model
Shows digital input signal (Dante) levels. Clipped input signals will light up at the top
when clipping occurs.
r MASTER Level
Sets and displays output levels. (Unit: dB)
t SP Output Meter
Shows output levels. Sigma () clipping at the top will light up when clipping occurs
within a channel.
o D-CONTOUR
Full range
Sets and display the D-CONTOUR mode.
D-XSUB Subwoofer
Sets and displays the D-XSUB mode.
!0 EQ
Shows whether the equalizer (6 Band EQ) is on or off. You can configure EQ settings
while checking the frequency response characteristics.
!1 DELAY
Sets and displays the delay.
!2 CARDIOID Subwoofer
Sets and displays the cardioid mode.
!3 ROUTER
Configures the routing of the audio signal.
!4 UTILITY
Sets and displays the device operating settings.
y Protection (THERMAL, MUTED)
Appears when safeguard functions have been activated. “THERMAL” is shown when a
high temperature is detected in the amplifier, and output levels are reduced. If operating conditions further deteriorate, this will change to “MUTED,” and the output signal
will be muted.
u PRESET
Shows the preset number and title of the set preset. This enables you to save, load and
change audio settings.
(E symbol) will appear when parameters have been
changed.
i HPF
Full range
Sets and displays the high-pass filter frequency.
• PANEL SETUP: Sets the brightness and contrast of the display, and automatic turn
off settings for the display and indicators.
• PANEL LOCK: Configures panel lock settings, and saves and loads PIN codes.
• DEVICE BACKUP: Saves and loads settings data.
• DANTE SETUP Dante model : Sets and displays Dante-related settings.
• NETWORK Dante model : Sets and displays network-related settings.
• DEVICE INFORMATION: Shows device status, and device-specific information.
• INITIALIZE: Resets to the default settings.
• LOG: Shows recorded logs and saves logs to a USB flash drive.
• UPDATE FIRMWARE: Updates the firmware for the device, and the Dante module.
LPF Subwoofer
Sets and displays the low-pass filter frequency and the POLARITY. An indication Ø will
appear when POLARITY is set to INVERTED.
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Panel Operations
Alert Messages
5. When the [POWER] indicator starts flashing and the screen shown below
appears, release the main knob.
When an error occurs, an alert message will appear on the display.
For more details on each error message and notification, see the “Message List”
(page 37).
E.g.)
NOTE
To cancel the initialization process at this point, turn the power switch off.
6. Press the main knob.
Initialization
You can reset to the default settings for this product in the following two ways.
 Initializing to the default settings by navigating from the HOME
screen and selecting UTILITY  INITIALIZE
This product will be restarted automatically.
7. Wait until the HOME screen appears.
NOTICE
Turning the power switch off before the HOME screen appears could cause a malfunction.
(See page 26.)
 Initializing to the default settings when you have forgotten your
PIN code, etc.
Use the following method to reset to the default settings if you are unable to select INITIALIZE on the UTILITY screen because of a forgotten PIN code, etc.
1. Disconnect all the cables except the power cord.
WARNING
A sudden loud sound might occur when initializing is completed, if an audio
signal is present.
2. Turn the power switch off.
3. After the [POWER] indicator turns off, turn the power switch back on.
4. While pressing and holding the main knob, turn the main knob at least five clicks
in a counter-clockwise direction within two seconds of the [POWER] indicator
light coming on. (Keep pressing and holding the main knob.)
If the procedure is not finished properly in time, the model name logo will appear. In
this case, repeat the procedure again from step 2.
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Screen Functions
Screen Structure
PRESET Screen
Turn the main knob to move the cursor to the desired menu item and select it to move to
the corresponding screen.
To the HPF screen Full range (page 15)
As presets which is sound related setting, allows you to recall/store/clear the settings, edit
titles, and set the protection of the settings. The recall-only presets are always protected.
An
(E symbol) (page 11) will appear on the HOME screen when parameters have
been changed.
To the LPF screen Subwoofer (page 15)
Full range (factory default settings)
To the DANTE SETUP screen
Dante model (page 23)
To the D-CONTOUR screen
Full range (page 15)
To the D-XSUB screen
Subwoofer (page 16)
Key mark :
Indicates a protected preset
: Indicates the currently
selected preset
q
w
e
To the EQ screen (page 16)
To the DELAY screen (page 16)
To the CARDIOID screen
Subwoofer (page 17)
To the PRESET screen (page 13)
Subwoofer (factory default settings)
To the ROUTER screen (page 18)
q
To the UTILITY screen (page 19)
w
e
q INITIAL DATA
Resets to the default settings. Recall only.
w Factory presets
When using DZR and DXS-XLF series models in combination with one another, you
can optimize the crossover frequency, levels and delay by loading presets for each
model name. Recall only.
NOTE
The presets are equipped assuming that one DZR and one DXS-XLF having the same signal
routes are set up. When analog inputs are used together with Dante inputs, or when several DZR
and DXS-XLF are set up, each setting must be adjusted manually.
e User preset list
Save up to eight settings. It allows you to recall/store/clear the settings, edit titles, and
set protection for the settings.
13
Screen Functions
Turn the main knob to select the preset, and press the main knob to execute it. A screen
showing a list of possible actions will appear.
 CLEAR
Deletes a stored preset.
E.g.) The selected preset title:
PRESET1
Note that protected presets, and the currently selected preset cannot be deleted.
 RECALL
Loads a saved preset.
The preset number and title of the preset selected will appear.
Edits the title of a stored preset.
E.g.) Title: PRESET1
 STORE
Cursor during position selection
Adds a title to the current setting configurations and stores it to a preset.
Cursor during position selection
 TITLE
Cursor during character selection
Turn the main knob to select the position to edit text, and then press the main knob to
enter text input mode. When in text input mode, turn the main knob to select the character
you wish to enter, and then press the main knob to enter the character.
Move the cursor to BS and press the main knob to delete the last character entered.
When in text input mode, press the [
] (Back) key to resume position selection. During
position selection, select OK to execute the title, or CANCEL to cancel the title changes.
Note that titles of protected presets cannot be edited.
Cursor during character selection
Turn the main knob to select the position to enter text, and then press the main knob to
enter text input mode. When in text input mode, turn the main knob to select the character
you wish to enter, and then press the main knob to enter the character.
Move the cursor to BS and press the main knob to delete the last character entered.
When in text input mode, press the [
] (Back) key to resume position selection. During
position selection, select OK to execute the title, or CANCEL to cancel the text entry.
Note that protected presets cannot be overwritten.
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Screen Functions
 PROTECT
Turns protected for a stored preset on/off.
LPF Screen
Subwoofer
Sets the LPF (low-pass filter) cutoff frequency and the polarity.
q
w
Set this to ON to prevent presets from being overwritten (STORE), deleted (CLEAR) or
preset title changes (TITLE). A key mark (page 13) will appear on the left side of the preset title on the PRESET screen.
Select the LPF cutoff frequency.
NOTE
Be aware that using RESTORE FROM USB (page 23, “ DEVICE BACKUP” w) will overwrite presets
even if they are protected.
HPF Screen
q LPF
Full range
Sets the HPF (high-pass filter) cutoff frequency.
Select OFF or set a specific frequency.
w POLARITY
Select the polarity. When set to INVERTED, a Ø symbol will appear on the HOME
screen.
D-CONTOUR Screen
Full range
Switches a D-CONTOUR preset.
Set to the optimal frequency response characteristics according to the application.
• OFF (NORMAL): Turns D-CONTOUR off. This is a general-purpose frequency response
characteristic setting.
• FOH/MAIN: Boosts the high and low frequency components so that the frequency
response characteristic is suitable for main speaker use. The boost amount is automatically adjusted to provide well-balanced, clear audio based on the volume.
• MONITOR: Reduces the low frequency range, which could otherwise tend to be boomy
if the speaker is set directly on the floor, providing vital clarity when using as a floor monitor. This reduces latency and changes the phase characteristics.
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Screen Functions
D-XSUB Screen
e Bands A – F
Subwoofer
Select the desired band whose parameters you wish to check. Press the main knob on
the selected band to have the cursor move to the parameter display.
Switches a D-XSUB preset.
Set to the optimal frequency response characteristics according to the application and
genre of music.
• OFF (NORMAL): Turns D-XSUB off. This is a general-purpose frequency response
characteristic setting.
• BOOST: Boosts the frequency band accentuating a sense of punch in the audio.
• XTEND LF (extended LF): Extends playback frequencies to cover lower frequencies.
r Parameter Display
Shows the parameters of each band. Move the cursor to a parameter name and press
the main knob to start setting parameter values. Press the [
] (Back) key to return
the cursor to the parameter name. Press the [
] (Back) key again to return to the
band selection screen.
DELAY Screen
Sets the delay time. This is used to compensate for the distance between speakers, etc.
Set this by time or distance.
q
w
e
EQ Screen
Adjusts the frequency response characteristics for all speakers. Adjust the 6 Band EQ
parameters to your liking as well the intended application.
q ON/OFF
Turns the delay on/off.
q
w
w TIME [ms]
Sets the delay time in milliseconds.
e
r
q ON/OFF
Turns the 6 Band EQ on/off. When off, only the outline of EQ characteristics will be
shown on the display.
e DISTANCE [m, ft]
Sets the delay time by physical distance (in meters or in feet).
NOTE
The three delay time indications change in conjunction. The last edited unit will appear on the
HOME screen.
w FLAT
Sets the amount of gain on all bands to 0 dB.
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Screen Functions
CARDIOID Screen
 Screen when three subwoofers are placed side by side
Subwoofer
Sets the cardioid mode.
Change settings based on the number of speakers in use and their orientation. Set this to
OMNI (FRONT) when not using the cardioid mode.
From the mixer
NOTE
Stage
For more information about setting up cardioid mode, see the Owner’s Manual.
 Screen when two subwoofers are placed side by side
To the full-range
speakers
From the mixer
Audience
Stage
Audience
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Screen Functions
q Routing
ROUTER Screen
Sets routing, Dante input levels, analog output levels and output levels to a Dante network.
NOTE
Configure the routing of the audio signal.
Check the input source (INPUT) and output destination (OUTPUT), and set
at
the intersecting points. By default, signals from all input jacks will be output from the
speakers. Routing cannot be performed for shaded areas on the screen.
w INPUT
• On Dante models, the analog signal sent to the DZR-D or DXS-XLF-D can be output to the Dante
network and set as the input source for the mixer. (This will be supported in a future version).
Dante model
Sets two Dante input levels, sensitivity and the degree of delay compensation.
• For more information about the signal flow in routing, see the “Block Diagram” (page 52).
Dante model
 DZR-D series
 DXS-XLF-D series
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• DNT. IN1 LVL: Sets Dante input level D1. It can be set in 0.5 dB increments.
• DNT. IN2 LVL: Sets Dante input level D2. It can be set in 0.5 dB increments.
w
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q
q
NOTE
In the above screens, routing for OUTPUT D1/D2 and setting of the D1/D2 output level will be supported in a future version.
• DNT. SENS. (DANTE SENSITIVITY): Sets the input sensitivity for the digital signal
sent from the Dante network to the amplifier. The input sensitivity set acts as the clip
level for the speakers. Set this to either -14 dBFS (default setting) or -6 dBFS. When
the [LEVEL] control is in the center position (0 dB), set this to -14 dBFS to ensure
proper balance with the input level from the Dante network and the analog input level
from devices having a maximum output of +24 dBu (which include many of Yamaha
digital mixers). Make fine adjustment with DNT. IN1 LVL/ DNT. IN2 LVL.
• ALIGNMENT (DELAY ALIGNMENT): Set this to ON, and set a delay here to compensate for the time lag between the analog input and the Dante input. Note that the
appropriate delay setting will vary depending on the Dante settings configured and
the combination of connected devices. As the Dante input typically lags behind, this
delay setting will apply to the analog input. When you set the ALIGNMENT, refer to
the “Route Latency Values” (page 44).
Standard model
 DZR series
 DXS-XLF series
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Screen Functions
e OUTPUT
Sets the output level. Output levels can be set in 0.5 dB increments.
The UTILITY screen is used to configure device settings, and save and load settings data
to and from a USB flash drive.
Dante model
 DZR-D series
UTILITY Screen
 DXS-XLF-D series
Dante model
Standard model
 DZR series
 DXS-XLF series
Standard model
Screen after scrolling
downwards
Screen after scrolling
downwards
• ANA. OUT1 LVL: Sets analog output level A1 (page 7 o, channel 1 output level).
• ANA. OUT2 LVL: Sets analog output level A2 (page 7 o, channel 2 output level).
• DNT. OUT1 LVL: Sets Dante output level D1.
 PANEL SETUP
• DNT. OUT2 LVL: Sets Dante output level D2.
Sets the rear panel display method.
NOTE
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Settings of DNT. OUT1 LVL and DNT. OUT2 LVL will be supported in a future version.
q BRIGHTNESS
Sets the brightness of the back light of the display.
This setting can be set in 10 steps from 1 to 10.
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Screen Functions
 PANEL LOCK
w CONTRAST
Sets the contrast of the display.
This setting can be set in 16 steps from 1 to 16. Configure your display according to
the operating environment so that it is easy to see. A higher contrast is recommended
when viewing the display from above, such as with a subwoofer. Note, however, that
setting the contrast too high may make the display harder to see directly from the front.
Locks the operating panel to prevent inadvertent operating errors.
When doing so, users will be able to set a four-digit PIN code identifying the user. Also,
the PIN code can be saved to and loaded from a USB flash drive.
q
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e BLACKOUT
The BLACKOUT setting is used to automatically turn the display and indicators off
when the panel is not in use.
Turn this on to have the display and indicators automatically turn off as follows.
• After five seconds of panel inactivity: The display darkens slightly.
• After 15 seconds of panel inactivity: The display/indicators except the [POWER]
indicator will turn off (see the table below).
q PANEL LOCK
Sets the panel lock.
Either press a key on the rear panel or press the main knob to wake the display/turn on
the indicators.
Display/indicator
Automatically turns off when BLACKOUT is on
[POWER] indicator
(page 6 e)
Does not automatically turn off
Display
(page 6 r)
Off
[LIMIT] indicator
(page 6 w)
Off
[LINK] indicator
(page 8 !5)
Off
[1G] indicator
(page 8 !6)
Off
[SYNC] indicator
(page 8 !7)
Off
• OFF: Panel lock is off.
• PARTIAL: Locks off operations appearing on the display panel. MASTER Level settings can still be configured.
• ALL: Disables all actions except to remove the panel lock.
NOTE
NOTE
• The [POWER] indicator will always remain on, even when the BLACKOUT setting is turned on.
• The display will darken after one minute of panel inactivity and turn off after 25 minutes of inactivity to protect the display, even if the BLACKOUT setting is off.
• For more information on releasing the panel lock, see “Removing a Panel Lock” (page 22).
• If a PIN code has been set, the PIN code must be entered even when the setting of the panel
lock is changed from OFF to PARTIAL or ALL.
w PIN CODE
Sets a PIN code (any four digits) for the panel lock.
Once a PIN code has been set, the PIN code must be entered to release the panel
lock.
NOTE
• If you have forgotten the PIN code, you can still release the panel lock by initializing this product. See “Initializing to the default settings when you have forgotten your PIN code, etc.”
(page 12).
• The default PIN code setting is 0000. You will not be required to enter the PIN code to release
the panel lock when the PIN code is set to 0000.
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Screen Functions
 Setting PIN Codes
e SAVE TO USB
1. Open the PIN code input screen.
Navigate from the HOME screen to select UTILITY  PANEL LOCK  PIN CODE.
The cursor is on the first digit of the PIN code.
Saves the PIN code to a USB flash drive.
Connect the USB flash drive to the USB terminal, and then select SAVE TO USB. Select
YES on the confirmation screen. If “SAVE SUCCEEDED” appears, the process is complete. Select OK to return to the previous screen.
NOTE
• If the PIN code saved to a USB flash drive matches the PIN code saved to this product, the
panel lock will be released while the USB flash drive is connected to this product. (This is useful
for avoiding the regular lock release process when you wish to temporarily release the lock to
change a parameter, for example.)
• For more details on potential alert messages, see the “Message List” (page 37).
2. Turn the main knob to select a number, and then press the main knob to enter
it.
Once entered, the cursor will move to the next digit.
3. Enter subsequent numbers in the same way.
r LOAD FROM USB
Loads the PIN code saved to a USB flash drive.
You can set the same PIN code for multiple DZR, DXS-XLF series devices.
Connect the USB flash drive to the USB terminal, and then select LOAD FROM USB.
Select YES on the confirmation screen. If “LOAD SUCCEEDED” appears, the process
is complete. Select OK to return to the previous screen.
NOTE
• Retrieving a PIN code from a USB flash drive when the panel lock is turned off will set the panel
lock setting to PARTIAL.
• For more details on potential alert messages, see the “Message List” (page 37).
NOTE
You can correct the PIN code while it is being input by pressing the [
selecting the desired digit with the main knob.
] (Back) key and
4. Press the main knob to execute OK.
This will determine the PIN code.
NOTE
If the PIN code is set to 0000, the PIN code has not been set. In this state, PIN code input is
not needed to set or release the panel lock.
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Screen Functions
 Removing a Panel Lock
If a PIN code has not been set
The default PIN code setting is 0000. You will not be required to enter the PIN code when
the PIN code is set to 0000.
When the panel controls are operated while the panel is locked, the following message
appears in the display.
If a PIN code has been set
When the panel controls are operated while the panel is locked, the following message
appears in the display.
Enter the four-digit PIN code you set.
Turn the main knob to select a number, and then press the main knob to enter it.
E.g.) PIN code: 1234
• To permanently remove the panel lock: Turn the main knob to select OK, and then
press the main knob to execute it.
• To temporarily remove the panel lock: Turn the main knob to select TEMP, and then
press the main knob to execute it. Note that turning the power back on or panel inactivity for five minutes will restore the panel lock setting.
• To permanently remove the panel lock: Turn the main knob to select OK, and then
press the main knob to execute it.
• To temporarily remove the panel lock: Turn the main knob to select TEMP, and then
press the main knob to execute it. Note that turning the power back on or panel inactivity for five minutes will restore the panel lock setting.
NOTE
You will not be required to enter the PIN code when the PIN code is set to 0000 (the default setting).
If the PIN code has been saved to a USB flash drive
Connect the USB flash drive the PIN code has been saved to this product. The panel lock
will be removed for the duration that the USB flash drive is connected to this product.
Remove the USB flash drive to restore the panel lock.
(For more information about saving PIN codes, see “UTILITY Screen” – “ PANEL LOCK”
– “e SAVE TO USB”; page 21).
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Screen Functions
 DEVICE BACKUP
Saves and loads the user settings to and from a USB flash drive.
Use this function when you want to set multiple DZR, DXS-XLF series devices to the same
setting configuration, or change to another DZR, DXS-XLF series device while retaining
the same settings.
 DANTE SETUP
Dante model
This screen is used to configure Dante settings and display the Dante network status.
q
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q
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Screen after scrolling
downwards
q SAVE TO USB
Saves settings data to a USB flash drive.
Connect the USB flash drive to the USB terminal, and then select SAVE TO USB and
enter the file name. File names can be up to 16 characters long. Only half-width alphanumeric characters and some symbols are supported.
Turn the main knob to select the position to enter text, and then press the main knob to
enter text input mode. When in text input mode, turn the main knob to select a character, and then press the main knob to enter the character.
NOTE
For more details on potential alert messages, see the “Message List” (page 37).
u
q MODE (DANTE MODE)
Sets the mode used when connecting this product to the Dante network.
w RESTORE FROM USB
Loads settings files stored to a USB flash drive.
Connect the USB flash drive to the USB terminal, and then select RESTORE FROM
USB. A list of files stored to the USB flash drive will appear on the screen. Select the
file you want to load. Up to 20 files can be displayed on the screen.
NOTE
• Audio will be muted temporarily when settings are changed to avoid noise being output.
• For more details on potential alert messages, see the “Message List” (page 37).
• When changing file names on your computer, make sure the new file name is 16 characters or
less and only uses half-width alphanumeric characters or the following symbols: !, #, $, %, &, \',
(, ), +, ,, -, ., =, @, [, ], ^, _, `, {, }, (space). Note that you will not be able to load a file that does
not follow these naming conventions.
• STANDARD: Select this when not using the TF series Quick Config function.
• Quick Config: Select this when using the TF series Quick Config function.
NOTE
If there are multiple TF series devices on the Dante network, only select the TF series “with OUTPUT” check box for one device. Patches will not be applied correctly if multiple devices are
selected.
• Be aware that using RESTORE FROM USB will overwrite presets even if they are
protected (see page 15, “ PROTECT”).
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Screen Functions
e LABEL
* PATCH
Set the MODE to Quick Config to display the PATCH screen and add PATCH item.
Select the TF series output channel to be patched to this product on the PATCH
screen. For more details, see “Patch Correspondence Chart when Using Quick Config” (page 39).
Sets a label for this product. Set a label that clearly identifies this product to make it
easier to find from the Dante Controller, etc.
NOTE
• Label names can contain a maximum of 12 characters.
NOTE
• Only half-width alphanumeric characters and some symbols are supported.
It will take several seconds for patches to actually change after changing the setting of PATCH.
• The label set will form part of the Device Label.
If a LABEL is not set (default setting):
Y###-Yamaha-xxxxxxxxxx-******
#: UNIT ID
x: Model name (maximum of 10 characters)
******: Last six digits of the MAC address
PATCH screen
If a LABEL has been set:
Y###-zzzzzzzzzzzz-******
#: UNIT ID
z: LABEL (maximum of 12 characters)
******: Last six digits of the MAC address
When the MODE is set to Quick Config
w UNIT ID
Sets an ID assigned so that DZR-D or DXS-XLF-D series devices on the Dante network
can be recognized individually.
The UNIT ID set will be applied after restarting this product. Avoid using the same ID
for the same model devices on the same network.
NOTE
• The setting range is 01 to FE (hexadecimal range).
• This is the same UNIT ID as that on NETWORK (page 25). A UNIT ID can be changed from
either menu location.
r FS (DANTE FS)
Sets the sampling frequency for Dante input/output. Select a sampling frequency from
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz or 96 kHz.
t LATENCY (DANTE LATENCY)
Sets the signal latency (Dante latency) for transmitting and receiving over the Dante
network. Select a latency amount from 1 ms, 2 ms or 5 ms.
The Dante latency must correspond to the connection method used and the size of the
network.
Turn the main knob to select the character you wish to enter, and then press the main
knob to enter the character. When the restart confirmation screen appears, select YES.
The setting will be applied after restarting this product.
1ms
Use this setting when signals pass through up to 10 devices, including network
switches
2ms
This setting is suited to Giga-bit Ethernet networks that include 100 Mbps nodes
5ms
This setting can be safely applied to just about any network environment
The 1 ms setting may not allow enough time for data transmission on systems with 10
or more Dante devices, including network switches, etc., connected in a daisy chain,
resulting in audio skips. If skipping occurs, increase the latency time setting.
NOTE
If two devices with different latency settings are patched together, the slower latency time setting
will be applied.
The UNIT ID set will appear on the HOME screen.
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Screen Functions
y LOCK
w IP SET. (IP SETTING)
Shows the Dante Device Lock status. Use the Dante Controller to configure settings.
“LOCKED” will appear when the lock setting is applied, and “UNLOCKED” will appear
when the lock is released. When locked, you will not be able to change Dante settings.
u DDM (Dante Domain Manager)
This shows the status of any DDM servers on the network, and domain participation
status.
• STATE: Shows the domain participation status.
- DOMAIN: Participating in a domain.
- DISCONNECTED: Participating in a domain, but not connected to a DDM server.
- UNMANAGED: Not participating in a domain.
• LOCAL: Shows the access status for Dante settings (including DANTE PATCH) configured for this product currently in use.
- READ WRITE: Changes permitted.
- READ ONLY: Changes not permitted.
Select how the IP address is set.
• UNIT ID: Set to 192.168.0.### (### = UNIT ID).
• DHCP: Sets an IP address assigned from the DHCP server. The IP address, NETMASK and GATEWAY will be retrieved automatically. If the DHCP server is not on the
network, a link-local address (169.254.xxx.xxx) will be used.
• STATIC IP: Sets an IP address manually.
NOTE
When using this product while connected to a CL series or QL series device, set a different
address using the same subnet as the IP address set on the FOR DEVICE CONTROL on the
mixer.
e IP ADR.
Shows the IP address. Use this to set the IP address if STATIC IP is selected as the IP
SET. setting.
r NETMASK
 NETWORK
Dante model
Configures network settings used to control this product with an external device. The settings changed will be applied after restarting this product.
q
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Shows the subnet mask. Use this to set the subnet mask if STATIC IP is selected as the
IP SET. setting.
t GATEWAY
Shows the default gateway. Use this to set the default gateway if STATIC IP is selected
as the IP SET. setting.
y MAC
Shows the MAC address. This address is shown for reference and cannot be changed.
q UNIT ID
Sets an ID assigned so that DZR-D or DXS-XLF-D series devices on the Dante network
can be recognized individually. See “UTILITY Screen” – “ DANTE SETUP” – “w UNIT
ID” (page 24).
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Screen Functions
 DEVICE INFORMATION
 INITIALIZE
Shows device status, and device-specific information.
Initializes the data of all settings.
Dante model
WARNING
Standard model
q
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q
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Disconnect all the cables except the power cord before this operation. A sudden
loud sound might occur when initializing is completed, if an audio signal is present.
For initializing, when the screen shown below appears, press the main knob. When a confirmation screen appears, select YES to restart this product. If you cancel the initialization
procedure, press the [
] (Back) key when the screen shown below appears.
Screen after scrolling
downwards
NOTICE
The HOME screen will appear after restarting, indicating that the initialization procedure is
complete. Turning the power switch off before the HOME screen appears could cause a malfunction.
e
q THERMAL
Shows the amplifier temperature in five stages. The limiter will be activated based on
the temperature detected.
w VERSION
• FIRMWARE: Shows the firmware version.
• Dante: Shows three Dante versions.
e SERIAL
Shows the serial number.
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Screen Functions
 LOG
 UPDATE FIRMWARE
Shows internal action logs, and saves them to a USB flash drive.
Use a USB flash drive to update this product firmware and Dante module firmware.
q
w
Download the latest update files from the Yamaha Pro Audio website.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
Save the update files to the USB flash drive. Connect the USB flash drive to the USB terminal, and then select UPDATE FIRMWARE.
q LOG LIST
Shows all internally recorded action logs.
Logs will be shown in the order that events occur. Time is displayed in “NNNN
HHH:MM:SS” format. This indicates that the event occurred HHH (hours) MM (minutes) SS (seconds) after the NNNNth time the power was turned on. The column on the
right shows the alert ID.
Select YES on the confirmation screen to restart this product.
Turn the main knob to select an event, and then press the main knob to execute and
display the DETAIL VIEW screen. For more details on each event message, see the
“Message List” (page 37).
w SAVE TO USB
Saves the latest action log to a USB flash drive. This function is provided for user support.
When restarting, the following confirmation screen will appear.
• To update: Press the main knob. The update progress will be shown as a percentage
(%). When the update is complete, this product will start normally. Do not disconnect the
USB flash drive while the update is in progress.
• To cancel the update: Press the [
] (Back) key.
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Screen Functions
Muting from an External Device
Dante model
You can mute speaker audio using an external device (such as the TF, CL, and QL
series). When muted, “MUTED from REMOTE” will appear on the HOME screen. This
device can only be used to unmute muted audio. Turning the power off and on while
audio is muted from an external device will cancel the mute setting.
 Unmuting audio muted from an external device
1. Turn the main knob to select “MUTED from REMOTE”.
2. Press the main knob to select this and unmute the audio.
For more information about muting audio with an external device, see the Owner’s Manual
supplied with the external device in use.
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About Dante
Dante Network System
 Outline of Dante
The DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D feature not only analog input/output signals, but also Dante
technology to transmit digital audio signals. Dante is a network audio protocol developed
by Audinate. It is designed to deliver multi-channel audio signals at various sampling frequencies and bit rates as well as device control signals in the same network, over a Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) network.
Visit the Audinate website for more information on Dante.
http://www.audinate.com/
Dante model
 Connections
There are two ways to connect the DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D to a Dante network. Both
devices can be used in combination with one another.
Daisy Chain Network
A daisy chain is a wiring scheme in which multiple devices are connected together in
sequence. In this way, networking is simple and requires no network switches.
If you connect a large number of devices, you must set a higher latency value to avoid
audio glitches that could be caused by an increased delay in signal transfer among the
devices. Also, if a connection is broken in a daisy chain network, the signal flow is interrupted at that point and no signal will be transferred beyond that point.
More information on Dante is also posted on the Yamaha Pro Audio website.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
NOTE
Please do not use the EEE function (*) of network switches in a Dante network.
Although power management should be negotiated automatically in switches that support EEE,
some switches do not perform the negotiation properly. This may cause EEE to be enabled in Dante
networks when it is not appropriate, resulting in poor synchronization performance and occasional
dropouts.
Therefore we strongly recommend that:
• If you use managed switches, ensure that they allow EEE to be disabled. Make sure that EEE is
disabled on all ports used for real-time Dante traffic.
Star Network
In a star network, each device is connected to a central network switch. Using a GbEcompatible network switch enables you to configure a wide-band, large-scale network.
We recommend a network switch that features various functions to control and monitor
the network (such as QoS, the ability to assign priority to data flows—for example, clock
synchronization or audio transmission on certain circuits).
DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D cannot be used in a redundant (secondary) network because the
two Dante jacks of DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D are primary connectors.
• If you use unmanaged switches, make sure to not use network switches that support the EEE
function, since EEE operation cannot be disabled in these switches.
* EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet) is a technology that reduces switch power consumption during
periods of low network traffic. It is also known as Green Ethernet and IEEE802.3az.
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Screen Functions
System setup example
Dante Settings
This example uses only DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D series speakers.
Side (L)
FOH (L)
FOH (R)
Side (R)
I/O rack
(L)
When using the DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D in a connection to a Dante network, use the
DANTE SETUP screen to configure various Dante settings.
Navigate from the HOME screen and select UTILITY  DANTE SETUP to open the
DANTE SETUP screen. To open the DANTE SETUP screen, you can also navigate from
the HOME screen and select UNIT ID, LABEL (the upper left of the HOME screen). See
page 13.
(R)
DANTE SETUP screen
L2 switch
MONI1
MONI2
MONI3
MONI4
Ethernet cable
for Dante
* For more information about each function, see “Screen Functions” – “UTILITY Screen” –
“ DANTE SETUP” (page 23).
Connecting to Dante Devices
Digital mixer
Configuration with Dante Models
Limit the number of Dante devices to within 10 units, including switches, in a single
daisy chain. If the number of Dante devices exceeds 10 units, communication
latency within the network will increase and the audio might drop out. To prevent
this, set a higher Dante Latency value (page 24, t LATENCY), or use an L2 switch
(that supports Giga-bit Ethernet) to create branches in the network.
NOTE
It is important to setup a well-balanced system that leverages the advantages offered by both daisy
chain and star network connections.
 About Dante Controller
Dante Controller is a software application that allows configuration and audio routing of
Dante networks. Use this application if you plan to connect to Dante devices other than
Yamaha digital mixers compatible to integration with DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D, or apply
more advanced settings.
Please download the latest version of the Dante Controller application from the website
listed below.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
To run Dante Controller, the computer must feature a GbE (Giga-bit Ethernet)-compatible
connector.
In Dante Controller, you can apply the following main settings.
• I/O patch settings on the Routing tab in Network View
• Clock master settings on the Clock Status tab in Network View
• Sampling rate settings on the Device Config tab in Device View
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Screen Functions
NOTE
I/O patch settings and other Dante-related settings cannot be changed if Dante Device Lock has
been enabled on the Dante Controller. To change these settings, first remove the Dante Device Lock
on the Dante Controller.
Integration with Yamaha Digital Mixers
The DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D can be patched with Yamaha digital mixers (each of the TF,
CL, or QL series) without using Dante Controller. In such cases, the number of the
devices which can be patched is 24 at the maximum, including other Dante devices.
When patching with more than 25 devices, use Dante Controller.
 Dante Controller Settings
Start Dante Controller and open Network View.
Set the audio routing between Dante devices in Network View. All Dante devices on the
network will appear on this screen. Click the cells [+] where transmitting and receiving
devices intersect to show all the channels, and then establish audio routes. A green
check box icon will appear when a route has been set.
If each of the TF, CL, or QL series devices being patched has a clock rate of 48 kHz, the
DANTE FS setting of DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D must also be set to 48 kHz. Even when this is
set to 48 kHz, the DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D will still run at 96 kHz internally using an internal
SRC (Sampling Rate Converter). Use Dante Controller when establishing a complex system that requires advanced settings, or large-scale systems.
The following functions are available when using the DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D in combination.
 TF series
• Automatic patch settings by Quick Config function (See page 23, “DANTE SETUP”
q)
• Major status monitoring
• Mute control
• Identify function
 CL series, QL series
• Patch settings from the mixer screen (Set a different UNIT ID for the DZR-D and DXSXLF-D devices connected.)
• Major status monitoring
• Major parameters control
• Identify function
NOTE
For more details, see the Dante Controller User’s Manual.
Also, for more information about the Dante channels assigned to the output signals from
the transmitting devices (digital mixers, etc.), see the relevant manuals for the transmitting devices.
If the digital mixer cannot recognize the DZR-D or DXS-XLF-D, and the DZR-D or DXS-XLF-D does
not appear on the digital mixer screen, check the digital mixer firmware version.
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The Yamaha digital mixers compatible to integration with DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D, and
supported firmware versions are as follows.
Digital mixer
Supported firmware version
TF series
V3.6 and later
CL series
V5.1 and later
QL series
V5.1 and later
To use the abovementioned functions, you will need to update to the supported firmware
version.
For more information on the use of Yamaha digital mixers, see the relevant manual for the
model in use.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
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Reference
Precautions when Using the USB Terminal
 Compatible USB devices
Using USB Flash Drives
 USB flash drive format
• Use a USB flash drive. You will not be able to use any other USB device (USB hub,
mouse, computer keyboard, etc.) when connected.
• This product is compatible with USB1.1 to 2.0 USB flash drives (however, not all USB
flash drives have been verified for compatibility).
Use a USB flash drive formatted to FAT32 or FAT16. Format the flash drive on your computer. Note that USB flash drives formatted on other devices may not work properly with
this product.
NOTICE
 Preventing accidental data erasure
The USB terminal is rated at a maximum of 5V/500mA. An alert message will appear on the
display when attempting to connect a device that requires a current exceeding 500mA, and
the power supply will be stopped.
Your USB flash drive may come with a write-protect function to prevent accidental data
erasure. Use the write-protect feature to prevent important data from being overwritten.
Conversely, when saving data, check that the USB flash drive’s write-protect function is
off before using the flash drive.
 Connecting a USB flash drive
• Do not insert or remove a USB flash drive while a message appears on the screen.
Doing so may prevent the product from functioning properly, or may damage the USB
flash drive itself and the data contained within.
• Wait several seconds before reinserting a USB flash drive after removing it.
 Turning the power off when connecting the USB flash drive
Make sure the system is not accessing the USB flash drive (check that there are no messages on the display) before turning the power off. Failure to do so may damage the USB
flash drive itself and the data contained within.
NOTICE
When using a USB extension cable, use a cable that is no longer than 1 m.
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Reference
Function Tree
Function
METER
Category
Input Meter
Input Meter (DNT)
UNIT ID
LABEL
MASTER Level
SP Output Meter
Protection
(THERMAL, MUTED)
MUTED from REMOTE
Function
TUNING
Settings
Shows analog input signal levels. (On
Dante models this will appear as
ANA.)
Shows digital input signal (Dante) levels.
Shows the ID assigned so that DZR-D
or DXS-XLF-D series devices on the
Dante network can be recognized.
Shows the label.
Sets the output level. (Unit: dB)
Shows the output level.
Appears when safeguard functions
have been activated.
Mutes audio from an external device.
Category
HPF
LPF
D-CONTOUR
D-XSUB
EQ (6 bands)
Parameter
OFF, 60Hz, 70Hz, 80Hz, 90Hz, 100Hz,
110Hz, 120Hz
60Hz, 70Hz, 80Hz, 90Hz, 100Hz,
110Hz, 120Hz
POLARITY
OFF (NORMAL), FOH/MAIN, MONITOR
OFF (NORMAL), BOOST, XTEND LF
ON, OFF
BYPS <Bypass>
FREQ <Frequency>
GAIN
Q
TYPE
DELAY
CARDIOID
ON, OFF
ms
m
ft
OMNI (FRONT), CARDIO-2 (REAR),
CARDIO-3 (REAR)
Full range
Standard
Dante
Subwoofer
Standard
Dante
Default value
Setting range
—
-∞ to 0dBFS
—
-∞ to 0dBFS
01
01 to FE
—
0.0dB
—
12 characters
-∞, -80 to +10.0dB
-∞ to 0dBFS





Hidden
THERMAL, MUTED


Off
—
Default value
Setting range
OFF
60Hz to 120Hz
120Hz
60Hz to 120Hz


NORMAL
NORMAL, INVERTED
OFF (NORMAL), FOH/MAIN,
MONITOR
OFF (NORMAL), BOOST, XTEND LF
ON, OFF
ON, OFF
20.0Hz to 20.0kHz
-10.0 to +10.0dB
0.7 to 10.0
PEQ, LO SHELF 6dB,
LO SHELF 12dB, HI SHELF 6dB,
HI SHELF 12dB, HPF, LPF
ON, OFF
0.0 to 140.0ms
0.00 to 48.10m
0.0 to 157.8ft
OMNI (FRONT), CARDIO-2 (REAR),
CARDIO-3 (REAR)


OFF (NORMAL)
OFF (NORMAL)
ON
ON
<Each Band>
0.0
2.00
PEQ
ON
0.0ms
0.00m
0.0ft
OMNI (FRONT)
 (×2)
 (×2)
 (×2)
 (×2)
11
 (×2)
 (×2)
11


11, 24,
25





11, 24
11
11


11

28

Full range
Standard
Dante

Page
number
Subwoofer
Standard
Dante

Page
number
11, 15
11, 15



 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)

 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)


 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)


 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
 (×6)
















11, 16


11, 17
11, 15
11, 16
11, 16
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Reference
Function
ROUTER
Category
Routing
INPUT
Parameter
SP OUT
A1 <Analog OUTPUT 1>
A2 <Analog OUTPUT 2>
D1 <Dante OUTPUT 1>
D2 <Dante OUTPUT 2>
DNT. IN1 LVL
<Dante Input Level 1>
DNT. IN2 LVL
<Dante Input Level 2>
DNT. SENS.
(DANTE SENSITIVITY)
ALIGNMENT
(DELAY ALIGNMENT)
OUTPUT
UTILITY
PANEL SETUP
ANA. OUT1 LVL
<Analog Output Level 1>
ANA. OUT2 LVL
<Analog Output Level 2>
DNT. OUT1 LVL
<Dante Output Level 1>
DNT. OUT2 LVL
<Dante Output Level 2>
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
PANEL LOCK
DEVICE BACKUP
BLACKOUT
PANEL LOCK
PIN CODE
SAVE TO USB
LOAD FROM USB
SAVE TO USB
RESTORE FROM USB
Default value
Setting range
(On), — (Off)
(On), — (Off)
(On), — (Off)
(On), — (Off)
(On), — (Off)
Full range
Standard
Dante






Subwoofer
Standard
Dante








+1.0dB
-∞, -80.0 to +10.0dB


+1.0dB
-∞, -80.0 to +10.0dB


-14dBFS
-14dBFS, -6dBFS


OFF
1.70ms
OFF, ON
0.00ms to 20.00ms




0.0dB
-∞, -80.0 to +10.0dB
0.0dB
-∞, -80.0 to +10.0dB
0.0dB
-∞, -80.0 to +10.0dB


0.0dB
-∞, -80.0 to +10.0dB


6
Full range: 5,
Subwoofer: 12
OFF
OFF
0000
—
—
—
—
1 to 10




1 to 16




OFF, ON
OFF, ON
Four-digit numeral
—
—
—
—




























Page
number
18
18






19
19
20
20
21
23
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Reference
Function
UTILITY
Category
DANTE SETUP
Parameter
MODE (DANTE MODE)
*PATCH
<If the MODE is set to Quick Config>
UNIT ID
LABEL
FS (DANTE FS)
LATENCY (DANTE LATENCY)
LOCK <For display only>
DDM
STATE <For display only>
NETWORK
DEVECE INFORMATION
INITIALIZE
LOG
PRESET
UPDATE FIRMWARE
0: INITIAL DATA
A to C(*): Factory presets
1 to 8: User presets
* Number values may change
depending on the model in
use.
LOCAL <For display only>
UNIT ID
IP SET. (IP SETTING)
IP ADR.
NETMASK
GATEWAY
MAC <For display only>
THERMAL <For display only>
VERSION
FIRMWARE <For display only>
Dante <For display only>
SERIAL <For display only>
—
LOG LIST
SAVE TO USB
—
RECALL
STORE
CLEAR
TITLE
PROTECT
Default value
Setting range
STANDARD
STANDARD, Quick Config
See the “Patch Correspondence Chart
NO ASSIGN
when Using Quick Config” (page 39)
01
01 to FE
12 characters
—
(alphanumeric characters, -)
48kHz
44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz
1ms
1ms, 2ms, 5ms
UNLOCKED
UNLOCKED, LOCKED
—
—
DOMAIN, DISCONNECTED,
DISCONNECTED
UNMANAGED
READ ONLY
READ WRITE, READ ONLY
01
01 to FE
DHCP
UNIT ID, DHCP, STATIC IP
—
IPv4
—
IPv4
—
IPv4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Full range
Standard
Dante

—
Subwoofer
Standard
Dante










—



—
—


















—



























—
















—


—

Page
number
23
24
11, 24
24
25
11, 25
25
26
26
27
27
14
15
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Reference
Message List
Number
01–11
Message
Symptom
Countermeasure
SYSTEM ERROR
12
CURRENT MEMORY ERROR
13
PRESET MEMORY ERROR
The product does not start up properly.
Turn the power off and wait at least six seconds before turning the power back on. If the
problem persists, try initializing this product. If this still does not resolve the problem, please
contact your Yamaha dealer.
DUPLICATE IP ADDRESS
A duplicate IP address is in use.
Set the IP address to one that does not overlap with another IP address.
20
OUTPUT CURRENT OVER
Circuit protection has been activated due to
excess amplifier output current.
The product may be faulty.
Please contact your Yamaha dealer.
22
AMP TEMP TOO HIGH step1[*]
23
AMP TEMP TOO HIGH step2[*]
An output limiter has been applied due to
excess temperature detected in the amplifier.
(*: HF or LF)
Either reduce the output level, or wait for the heat to subside before using again. Alternatively, keep the rear panel out of direct sunlight, and ensure that the area around the rear
panel is well ventilated.
25
AMP TEMP TOO HIGH step3[*]
Audio output has been muted due to excess
temperature detected in the amplifier.
(*: HF or LF)
Wait for the heat to subside before using again. Alternatively, keep the rear panel out of
direct sunlight, and ensure that the area around the rear panel is well ventilated.
27
POWER SUPPLY TEMP TOO HIGH[*]
A limiter was applied due to an abnormally high
temperature detected in the power supply unit.
(*: HF or LF)
Continuing use may cause the power supply unit to malfunction. Reduce the output level
before using again.
34
AMP PROTECT (LIMIT)[*]
An output limiter has been applied due to an
abnormality detected in the amplifier.
(*: HF or LF)
14
SYSTEM ERROR
15
17
Wait for the heat to subside before using again. The product may be faulty if symptoms persist even after cooling down. Please contact your Yamaha dealer.
35
HF/OVER TEMP PROTECT (DOWN)
Audio output has been muted due to an abnormality detected in the amplifier.
50
USB: COMPATIBLE DEVICES NOT FOUND
Compatible USB flash drive not connected.
Only use supported USB flash drives. For a list of USB flash drives tested to work, visit the
Yamaha Pro Audio website (http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/).
51
USB: NO FILE SYSTEM
The USB flash drive’s file system is inaccessible.
Use a USB flash drive that has been properly formatted to FAT32 or FAT16.
52
USB: FILE NOT FOUND
The relevant file cannot be found on the USB
flash drive.
Check that the file has been saved properly to the USB flash drive, and then try again.
53
USB: ILLEGAL FILE
Invalid file used.
Replace the invalid file with a compatible file and try again.
54
USB: INCOMPATIBLE FORMAT
Incompatible file format used.
Replace the invalid file with a compatible file and try again.
Cannot read/write USB flash drive properly.
Check that the USB flash drive in use works properly on a computer or some other device.
Use a USB flash drive that has been tested to work. For a list of USB flash drives tested to
work, visit the Yamaha Pro Audio website (http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/).
If this still does not resolve the problem, please contact your Yamaha dealer.
55
USB: I/O ERROR
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Reference
Number
Message
Symptom
Countermeasure
56
USB: STORAGE FULL!
Insufficient USB flash drive space.
Use a USB flash drive with a sufficient amount of available space.
58
USB: LOAD ERROR
An error occurred while loading a file from a
USB flash drive. Internal data corruption may
have occurred within this product.
Please try again. A message appears on the display while the USB flash drive is being
accessed. Do not remove the USB flash drive while the message appears.
59
USB: OVER CURRENT
The power supply stopped due to excess current flowing to the USB terminal.
Remove the USB flash drive from the USB terminal, and then turn on the power again.
65
INCOMPATIBLE DATA LOADED
Changed incompatible data contained within
the loaded file to the default settings.
—
70
POWER TURNED ON
The power turned on.
—
71
POWER TURNED OFF
The power turned off.
—
72
SHORT INTERRUPTION
Restarted system after performing a shutdown
due to an instantaneous power failure.
73
HOST FIRMWARE UPDATE COMPLETED
Firmware update completed.
—
74
PANEL UNLOCKED
Removed panel lock.
—
77
PRESET RECALLED[*]
Recalled preset. (*: Preset number)
—
78
PRESET STORED[*]
Stored preset. (*: Preset number)
—
79
PRESET CLEARED[*]
Cleared preset. (*: Preset number)
—
80
BACKUP DATA LOADED
Loaded settings data from the USB flash drive
using RESTORE FROM USB on the DEVICE
BACKUP screen.
—
81
PIN CODE LOADED
Loaded PIN code from the USB flash drive.
—
82
PIN CODE CHANGED
PIN code has been changed.
—
83
WRONG PIN CODE
Wrong PIN code entered.
—
85
Dante FIRMWARE UPDATE COMPLETED
Successfully updated the Dante firmware.
—
All parameter settings reset back to their default
values.
—
ALL DATA INITIALIZED
90
91
Connect to a stable power source.
—
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Reference
Patch Correspondence Chart when Using Quick Config
DZR-D, DXS-XLF-D
Option on the PATCH
screen
(see page 24)
NO ASSIGN
ST L
ST R
SUB
MTRX1
MTRX2
MTRX3
MTRX4
AUX 1
AUX 2
AUX 3
AUX 4
AUX 5
AUX 6
AUX 7
AUX 8
TF series
ROUTER
INPUT
Output channel
D1
—
D2
—
D1
ST L
D2
—
D1
ST R
D2
—
D1
SUB
D2
—
D1
MTRX1
D2
—
D1
MTRX2
D2
—
D1
MTRX3
D2
—
D1
MTRX4
D2
—
D1
AUX 1
D2
—
D1
AUX 2
D2
—
D1
AUX 3
D2
—
D1
AUX 4
D2
—
D1
AUX 5
D2
—
D1
AUX 6
D2
—
D1
AUX 7
D2
—
D1
AUX 8
D2
—
DZR-D, DXS-XLF-D
Option on the PATCH
screen
(see page 24)
AUX 9
AUX10
AUX11
AUX12
AUX13
AUX14
AUX15
AUX16
AUX17
AUX18
AUX19
AUX20
MONI L
MONI R
ST L/R
ST L/SUB
TF series
ROUTER
INPUT
Output channel
D1
AUX 9
D2
—
D1
AUX10
D2
—
D1
AUX11
D2
—
D1
AUX12
D2
—
D1
AUX13
D2
—
D1
AUX14
D2
—
D1
AUX15
D2
—
D1
AUX16
D2
—
D1
AUX17
D2
—
D1
AUX18
D2
—
D1
AUX19
D2
—
D1
AUX20
D2
—
D1
MONI L
D2
—
D1
MONI R
D2
—
D1
ST L
D2
ST R
D1
ST L
D2
SUB
DZR-D, DXS-XLF-D
Option on the PATCH
screen
(see page 24)
ST R/SUB
MTRX1/2
MTRX3/4
AUX 1/2
AUX 3/4
AUX 5/6
AUX 7/8
AUX 9/10
AUX11/12
AUX13/14
AUX15/16
AUX17/18
AUX19/20
MONI L/R
TF series
ROUTER
INPUT
Output channel
D1
ST R
D2
SUB
D1
MTRX1
D2
MTRX2
D1
MTRX3
D2
MTRX4
D1
AUX 1
D2
AUX 2
D1
AUX 3
D2
AUX 4
D1
AUX 5
D2
AUX 6
D1
AUX 7
D2
AUX 8
D1
AUX 9
D2
AUX10
D1
AUX11
D2
AUX12
D1
AUX13
D2
AUX14
D1
AUX15
D2
AUX16
D1
AUX17
D2
AUX18
D1
AUX19
D2
AUX20
D1
MONI L
D2
MONI R
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Reference
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Power does not come on.
Possible causes
Possible solution
Time between turning the power on/off is too short.
Wait about 20 seconds after turning the power off before turning it back on again.
Routing is not appropriate.
On the HOME screen, if there is a signal in the INPUT meter but no signal in the SP Output Meter,
check if the signal is routed to SP OUT under ROUTER in the settings.
Dante model
Level is low in DSP.
Check the INPUT level on the ROUTER screen, and raise the level if it is too low.
No sound, or intermittent sound.
Dante model
Too many Dante devices in the daisy chain for the current
latency settings.
With the default setting (1 msec), a single daisy chain can have up to 10 units. When connecting
more than 10 units, use an L2 switch (that supports Giga-bit Ethernet) to create branches in the network.
Volume becomes low suddenly.
Protection function is active because the amp is too hot, triggering the limiter.
In such cases, “THERMAL” is displayed on the HOME screen. To reduce the amplifier temperature,
reduce the output level and improve the ventilation around the rear panel. Additionally, shield the
rear panel from direct sunlight.
Protection function is active because the amp became hotter,
triggering the mute function.
In such cases, “MUTED” is displayed on the HOME screen, and at the same time the [POWER] indicator flashes. To reduce the amplifier temperature, reduce the output level and improve the ventilation around the rear panel. Additionally, shield the rear panel from direct sunlight. The system will
recover once the temperature goes down.
The speaker units are damaged.
If there is no sound even though MUTED is not displayed on the HOME screen and there is a signal
in the SP Output Meter, the speaker units might be damaged. Please contact your Yamaha dealer.
Display goes off after a few moments.
The protection function for the display is active.
Press either the main knob or the [
The screen display goes off in a few
seconds.
The BLACKOUT function has been set to ON.
Press either the main knob or the [
] (Back) key to return to the normal display. To turn this setting off permanently, navigate from the HOME screen to UTILITY  PANEL SETUP  BLACKOUT
and turn the setting off.
The [LIMIT] indicator remains lit. Or,
the indicator frequently lights up.
The input signal is too large.
To reduce the degree to which the [LIMIT] indicator turns on, either reduce the MASTER Level, or
reduce the level of the input signal.
The operating panel locks up after
turning the power back on, even after
removing the PANEL LOCK.
This occurs when TEMPORARILY (TEMP) is selected when
removing the PANEL LOCK.
When TEMPORARILY (TEMP) is selected, the panel lock is temporarily released, but it is applied
again when turning the power back on. To permanently remove the panel lock, select PERMANENTLY (OK). (See page 22)
Screen commands are unavailable
for use.
You have forgotten/entered the wrong PIN code.
Follow the procedure described in “Initializing to the default settings when you have forgotten your
PIN code, etc.” to reset this product. (See page 12)
A “USB: OVER CURRENT” message
appears on the screen. Or, the USB
flash drive does not work.
The connection between the product and the USB device has
been cut due to excess current flowing to the USB terminal.
Remove the USB flash drive from the USB terminal, and then turn on the power to this product
again.
“Diagnosis mode” or “Service mode”
appears on the screen.
This product is in the mode used for service purposes.
Turn the power switch off and then turn the power switch back on.
No sound.
Sound is interrupted suddenly.
] (Back) key to return to the normal display.
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Reference
Dante-related Terms
Ultimo (ULT/UXT)
This is a Dante module for small models. The DZR-D and the DXS-XLF-D use the 2-in/2-out Ultimo module.
Dante Device Lock
This is a lock function that prevents Dante settings from being changed. Set this in Dante Controller.
Daisy Chain
A daisy chain is a wiring scheme in which multiple devices are connected together in sequence. Also referred to as a switched connection.
The DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D contain an internal L2 switch, and the two Dante jacks are primary connectors that can be linked in a daisy chain connection. This connection cannot be used in a redundant (secondary) network.
Latency
This is a time setting that affects audio signal buffering. This setting is dependent on the Dante device and the number of network switch hops present. As more hops
increase the transmission delay, setting too low a latency may cause the audio transmission to lag, resulting in skips in the audio. Increasing the latency is safer, but
also results in a larger delay. The minimum value for the Ultimo module is 1 ms. If two devices with different latency settings are patched together, the slower latency
time setting will be applied.
UNIT ID
Sets an ID so that connected devices recognize individual DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D devices. This enables the transmitting and receiving of audio signals over a Dante
network, and the use of a remote controller. Avoid using the same ID for the same model devices on the same network.
Device Label
This is used to identify Dante devices on a Dante network. Under normal circumstances, the Dante device receiving the transmission identifies the Dante device
sending the transmission using its Device Label.
By default, Yamaha devices are identified as:
Y### - Yamaha - Model name - Last six digits of the MAC address
(Where ### is three-digit hexadecimal representing the UNIT ID.)
E.g.) Y001-Yamaha-DXS15XLF-D-******
When setting this on this product, up to 12 characters can be used, not including the initial five characters (Y###-) and the last 7 characters (-******).
When setting this on Dante Controller, though all characters can be input, the initial five characters will revert back to their original Y###- when restarting this product.
To use the characters you input, keep using the initial five characters (Y###-) without changing, and set other characters as desired. This enables characters other
than the initial five characters (Y###-) to appear in the LABEL (page 24). In this case, if the last six characters are matched to the MAC address of this product, these
characters don't appear in the LABEL.
In a system combining this product with CL series or QL series devices, should a malfunctioning unit be replaced, setting the same UNIT ID as the UNIT ID of the
original unit to the replaced unit enables automatic restoring of the original patches.
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Reference
Specifications
The contents of this manual apply to the latest specifications as of the publishing date. To obtain the latest manual, access the Yamaha website then download the manual file.
 General Specifications
0 dBu is referenced to 0.775 Vrms.
DZR315(-D)
DZR15(-D)
3-way, Bi-ampled Powered speaker, Bass-reflex
System Type
Frequency Range (-10 dB)
DZR12(-D)
2-way, Bi-amped powered speaker, Bass-reflex
DXS15XLF(-D)
Powered subwoofer, Bass-reflex
34 Hz – 20 kHz
39 Hz – 20 kHz
44 Hz – 20 kHz
H75° × V50°
H90° × V50°
(Rotatable)
H90° × V60°
(Rotatable)
H90° × V60°
(Rotatable)
—
700 Hz (FIR-X)
2.5 kHz (Passive)
1.7 kHz (FIR-X)
1.8 kHz (FIR-X)
1.8 kHz (FIR-X)
—
143 dB SPL
139 dB SPL
139 dB SPL
137 dB SPL
136 dB SPL
136 dB SPL
LF
15" Cone,
3" Voice coil,
Neodymium magnet
15" Cone,
3" Voice coil,
Neodymium magnet
12" Cone,
3" Voice coil,
Neodymium magnet
10" Cone,
3" Voice coil,
Neodymium magnet
18" Cone,
4" Voice coil,
Ferrite magnet
15" Cone,
4" Voice coil,
Ferrite magnet
MF
8" Cone,
1.5" Voice coil,
Ferrite magnet
Crossover Frequency, Type
Maximum SPL *1
Transducers
HF
Floor Monitor Angle
Dimensions
(W × H × D, with rubber feet)
Weight
30 Hz – 150 Hz
33 Hz – 150 Hz
—
—
2" Voice coil, 1" Throat compression driver, Titanium diaphragm, Neodymium magnet
Enclosure Material, Finish, Color
—
Plywood, Durable polyurea coating, Black
—
50° Symmetrical
50° Symmetrical
50°
550 × 897 × 520 mm
450 × 761 × 460 mm
410 × 646 × 394 mm
315 × 537 × 345 mm
550 × 657 × 720 mm
450 × 587 × 600 mm
41.6 kg
25.2 kg
21.4 kg
17.9 kg
48.9 kg
40.0 kg
Grille
—
Matte black powder coated perforated steel grille with cloth mesh
Handles
Aluminium die-cast,
Top × 1, Side × 1
Aluminium die-cast, Side × 2
Pole Socket
—
Rigging Points
M10 × 16
M10 × 12
Aluminium die-cast, Side × 2
Ø35 mm (Depth 80 mm),
M20 (Threaded depth 25 mm)
Ø35 mm × 2 (0° or -7°)
Magnetically Shield
M10 × 8, M8 × 2
—
Non magnetically shielded
Amplifier Type
Dynamic
Burst (20 ms)
Continuous
Cooling
DXS18XLF(-D)
31 Hz – 20 kHz
Coverage Angle
Power Rating *2
DZR10(-D)
Class-D
Class-D
2,000 W (LF: 1,000 W, MF/HF: 1,000 W)
1,600 W
1,100 W (LF: 1,000 W, MF/HF: 100 W)
1,300 W
950 W (LF: 850 W, MF/HF: 100 W)
1,200 W
Fan cooling, Variable speeds.
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Reference
DZR315(-D)
Latency:
Analog IN to SP
OUT
DZR15(-D)
DZR12(-D)
Except
MONITOR Mode
4.5 ms
3.4 ms
MONITOR Mode
1.5 ms
2.0 ms
Speaker
DXS15XLF(-D)
0.6 ms
MASTER Level, LPF (60 Hz–120 Hz,
24 dB/oct BW), POLARITY, D-XSUB,
EQ (6 bands), DELAY (0–140 ms),
CARDIOID, Routing
Clip limiting, Integral power protection DC-fault
Amplifier
Thermal, Output over current
Power Supply
Thermal, Output over voltage, Output over current
DSP, AD/DA
96 kHz processing with 96 kHz AD/DA and FIR filter
Analog IN
Combo × 2, Line level (Maximum +24 dBu), Input impedance 20 kΩ
Input Sensitivity
0 dBu (Vomume: max), +10 dBu (Volume: center)
Analog OUT
Connectors
DXS18XLF(-D)
MASTER Level, HPF (OFF, 60 Hz–120 Hz, 24 dB/oct BW), D-CONTOUR,
EQ (6 bands), DELAY (0–140 ms), Routing
Controllable Signal Processing
Protection
DZR10(-D)
XLR3-32 × 2, CH1: THRU (fix), CH2: THRU or DSP OUT
Dante
(-D model only)
etherCON CAT5e × 2 (Daisy Chain), 2 IN / 2 OUT (Fs: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz) and Remote Control, 1000BASE-T
USB
USB2.0 host: 5 V 500 mA
AC IN
Residual Noise
LEVEL: Min
Fan noise level
(1m from rear
panel)
XLR3-32 × 2, CH1/2: THRU or DSP OUT
IEC AC inlet × 1 (V-Lock)
LF: -59 dBu, HF: -60 dBu
-59 dBu
Highest Speed
NC 40
NC 40
Lowest Speed
NC 30
NC 30
Idle Power Consumption
45 W
40 W
1/8 Power Consumption
150 W
180 W
129 kcal/h
155 kcal/h
Heat Dissipation
AC Power Requirements *3
Depending on area of purchase; 100–240 V or 220–240 V, 50/60 Hz
Inrush Current (1 msec)
Temperature Range
Operation: 5°C to 40°C, Storage: -20°C to 50°C
AC Cord
2.5 m (V-Lock)
U-bracket
Options
2.5 A (AC 220–240 V), 4.4 A (AC 120 V),
5.0 A (AC 100 V)
5.6 A (AC 220–240 V), 6.6 A (AC 120 V), 6.8 A (AC 100 V),
Cover
Wheel
—
UB-DZR15H,
UB-DZR15V
UB-DZR12H,
UB-DZR12V
UB-DZR10H,
UB-DZR10V
SPCVR-DZR315
SPCVR-DZR15
SPCVR-DZR12
SPCVR-DZR10
—
—
SPCVR-DXS18X
SPCVR-DXS15X
SPW-1
*1: Measured peak SPL with pink noise @1 m.
*2: Dynamic: Total peak power of individual outputs. Measured at minimum load impedance, with protection released.
Burst/Continuous: Measured at nominal impedance, with protection activated.
*3: While both devices will work at a voltage of between 100 V to 240 V, as limiter settings vary depending on the supply voltage, make sure to use this product at the supply voltage indicated on the rear panel of this product.
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Reference
 Route Latency Values
DZR315(-D)
DZR15(-D), DZR12(-D), DZR10(-D)
D-CONTOUR mode
OFF (NORMAL),
FOH/MAIN
Analog IN  SP OUT
DANTE FS = 96 kHz
Dante IN  SP OUT
MONITOR
DXS18XLF(-D),
DXS15XLF(-D)
—
OFF (NORMAL),
FOH/MAIN
MONITOR
—
4.5 ms
1.5 ms
3.3 ms
2.0 ms
0.5 ms
6.0 ms
3.0 ms
4.8 ms
3.5 ms
2.0 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 88.2 kHz
6.0 ms
3.0 ms
4.8 ms
3.5 ms
2.0 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 48 kHz
6.5 ms
3.5 ms
5.3 ms
4.0 ms
2.5 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 44.1 kHz
6.6 ms
3.6 ms
5.4 ms
4.1 ms
2.6 ms
*1
All models
Analog IN  LINE OUT
Analog IN  Dante OUT
Dante IN  LINE OUT
0.2 ms
DANTE FS = 96 kHz
1.7 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 88.2 kHz
1.7 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 48 kHz
2.2 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 44.1 kHz
2.3 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 96 kHz
1.7 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 88.2 kHz
1.7 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 48 kHz
2.2 ms
*1
DANTE FS = 44.1 kHz
2.3 ms
*1
*1: Includes Dante latency of 1 ms.
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Reference
 Current Draw and Power Consumption
1 Btu = 1,005.06 J = 0.252 kcal, 1 W = 0.86 kcal
DZR315(-D), DZR15(-D), DZR12(-D), DZR10(-D)
100V/50Hz
Idle
1/8 out
1/3 out
LF: 3Ω / HF: 8Ω
LF: 3Ω / HF: 8Ω
110V–120V/60Hz
Idle
1/8 out
1/3 out
LF: 3Ω / HF: 8Ω
LF: 3Ω / HF: 8Ω
220V–240V/50Hz
Idle
1/8 out
1/3 out
LF: 3Ω / HF: 8Ω
LF: 3Ω / HF: 8Ω
Current Draw (A)
@100 V
0.9
2.3
5.3
Power Consumption (In)
45
150
345
Watt (W)
Power Consumption (Out)
0
78
207
Watts Dissipated
45
72
138
Btu/h
154
512
1,177
Thermal Dissipation
Current Draw (A)
@120 V
0.7
2.1
4.4
Power Consumption (In)
45
150
340
Watt (W)
Power Consumption (Out)
0
78
207
Watts Dissipated
45
72
133
Btu/h
154
512
1,160
Current Draw (A)
@230 V
0.5
1.3
2.7
Power Consumption (In)
45
150
325
Watt (W)
Power Consumption (Out)
0
78
207
Watts Dissipated
45
72
118
Btu/h
154
512
1,109
Current Draw (A)
@100 V
0.7
2.7
6.1
Power Consumption (In)
40
180
404
Watt (W)
Power Consumption (Out)
0
100
267
Watts Dissipated
40
80
137
Btu/h
137
614
1,379
Current Draw (A)
@120 V
0.6
2.2
5.0
Power Consumption (In)
40
180
396
Watt (W)
Power Consumption (Out)
0
100
267
Watts Dissipated
40
80
129
Btu/h
137
614
1,351
Current Draw (A)
@230 V
0.5
1.4
2.7
Power Consumption (In)
40
180
380
Watt (W)
Power Consumption (Out)
0
100
267
Watts Dissipated
40
80
113
Btu/h
137
614
1,297
kcal/h
39
129
297
Thermal Dissipation
kcal/h
39
129
292
Thermal Dissipation
kcal/h
39
129
280
DXS18XLF(-D), DXS15XLF(-D)
100V/50Hz
Idle
1/8 out
1/3 out
LF: 4Ω
LF: 4Ω
110V–120V/60Hz
Idle
1/8 out
1/3 out
LF: 4Ω
LF: 4Ω
220V–240V/50Hz
Idle
1/8 out
1/3 out
LF: 4Ω
LF: 4Ω
Thermal Dissipation
kcal/h
34
155
347
Thermal Dissipation
kcal/h
34
155
341
Thermal Dissipation
kcal/h
34
155
327
45
Reference
Dimensions
92
448
51
287
366
41
 DZR315(-D)
4xM10
897
448
51
366
92
366
92
41
282
808
550
808
41
520
2xM10
4xM10
41
287
4xM10
Unit: mm
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Reference
329
41
2xM8
254
 DZR15(-D)
3xM10
240
367
329
254
2xM10
672
761
672
240
257
450
41
41
460
2xM8
2xM10
367
240
329
254
41
2xM8
50°
504
3xM10
Unit: mm
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Reference
2xM8
277
41
239
 DZR12(-D)
3xM10
2xM10
557
240
646
557
199.5
410
394
277
239
41
41
240
327
2xM8
2xM10
327
240
277
239
2xM8
50°
444
3xM10
41
Unit: mm
48
Reference
 DZR10(-D)
166
236
240
2xM8
2xM10
2xM8
474
240
451
537
145
315
345
236
176
28
41
233
2xM8
2xM10
233
166
236
2xM8
50°
392
2xM10
Unit: mm
240
49
Reference
M20
720
 DXS18-XLF(-D)
Ø35
40
550
657
82
16 x M6
Unit: mm
50
Reference
M20
600
 DXS15-XLF(-D)
Ø35
40
450
587
82
16 x M6
Unit: mm
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Reference
Block Diagram
 DZR(-D)
2 (LINE)
ch1
2
METER
DANTE
SENSITIVITY
METER
DANTE
SRC
ch2
A1
User EQ
(IIR)
6bands
HPF
Off, 60~
120Hz
HF
D-CONTOUR:
DELAY
0~
140ms
OFF(NORMAL),
FOH/MAIN,
MONITOR
MUTE
FIR-X
HPF
FIR
Correct
EQ *1
GAIN/
DELAY
Dynamic
EQ
TOTAL
SP-EQ
A2
AD
ch1
MASTER
LEVEL
SP OUT
DELAY
ALIGNMENT
METER
LEVEL
METER
LF
Dante models,
remote
LIMITER
DA
MUTE
AMP
(HF)
IIR
Correct
EQ
GAIN/
DELAY
Dynamic
EQ
LIMITER
MF
3way model
LIMIT
FIR-X
LPF
Network
A1
AD
ROUTER
1 (LINE)
Fs 96kHz
METER
LEVEL
1
HF
DSP
INPUT
MUTE
DA
AMP
(LF)
LF
User control Factory fixed
PROTECTION LOGIC
THRU
1
D1
THRU/OUTPUT
D2
POST EQ
DSP OUT
A2
DA
To A2
A2
THRU
2
D1
ch2
D2
ROUTER
Dante models
*1: MONITOR mode: IIR
 DXS-XLF(-D)
Fs 96kHz
METER
A1
2 (LINE)
DELAY
ALIGNMENT
METER
LEVEL
ch1
2
ch2
A1
METER
METER
DANTE
SENSITIVITY
SRC
ch2
DANTE
MASTER
LEVEL
LPF
60~
120Hz
User EQ
(IIR)
6bands
A2
AD
ch1
1
SP OUT
AD
D1
DELAY
0~
140ms
POST EQ
LIMIT
D-XSUB:
MUTE
Dante models,
remote
ROUTER
LEVEL
1 (LINE)
DSP
METER
INPUT
A1
OFF(NORMAL),
BOOST,
XTEND LF
OMNI/
CARDIOID
User control
TOTAL
SP-EQ
Factory fixed
GAIN/
DELAY
Dynamic
EQ
LIMITER
MUTE
DA
AMP
PROTECTION LOGIC
DSP OUT
DA
THRU
To A2
1
THRU/OUTPUT
To A1
D2
LF
HPF
60~
120Hz
A2
DA
2
A2
D1
D2
ROUTER
Dante models
NOTE
Dante output settings will be supported in a future version.
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Index
Numeric
[1G] indicator ...................................................................8
A
[AC IN] jack .....................................................................7
ALIGNMENT (DELAY ALIGNMENT) ..............................18
ALL.................................................................................20
ANA. OUT1 LVL .............................................................19
ANA. OUT2 LVL .............................................................19
B
[
] (Back) key ........................................................6, 9
Bands.............................................................................16
BLACKOUT ....................................................................20
BOOST ...........................................................................16
BRIGHTNESS.................................................................19
BS ..................................................................................14
C
CARDIOID................................................................11, 17
cardioid mode..........................................................11, 17
CONTRAST ....................................................................20
D
Daisy Chain Network .....................................................29
Dante Controller .......................................................30, 31
Dante Device Lock ........................................................25
Dante jacks ......................................................................8
Dante latency.................................................................24
D-CONTOUR ...........................................................11, 15
DDM (Dante Domain Manager) .....................................25
DELAY ......................................................................11, 16
Device Label ..................................................................24
DHCP ............................................................................. 25
Display ............................................................................. 6
DISTANCE...................................................................... 16
DNT. IN1 LVL.................................................................. 18
DNT. IN2 LVL.................................................................. 18
DNT. OUT1 LVL .............................................................. 19
DNT. OUT2 LVL .............................................................. 19
DNT. SENS. (DANTE SENSITIVITY) ............................... 18
Dual pole sockets ............................................................ 5
D-XSUB.................................................................... 11, 16
E
E symbol ........................................................................ 11
EQ ............................................................................ 11, 16
equalizer ........................................................................ 11
F
Factory presets .............................................................. 13
Feet cups ......................................................................... 5
FIRMWARE..................................................................... 26
FLAT ............................................................................... 16
FOH/MAIN...................................................................... 15
FS (DANTE FS) .............................................................. 24
I
INITIAL DATA ................................................................. 13
INPUT ............................................................................ 18
[INPUT] jacks................................................................... 7
Input Meter .................................................................... 11
Input Meter (DNT) .......................................................... 11
INVERTED................................................................ 11, 15
IP ADR. .......................................................................... 25
IP SET. (IP SETTING) ..................................................... 25
L
LABEL...................................................................... 11, 24
LATENCY (DANTE LATENCY) ....................................... 24
[LEVEL] controls .............................................................. 6
[LIMIT] indicator .............................................................. 6
[LINK] indicator ............................................................... 8
LOAD FROM USB.......................................................... 21
LOCAL ........................................................................... 25
LOCK ............................................................................. 25
LOG LIST ....................................................................... 27
low-pass filter........................................................... 11, 15
LPF........................................................................... 11, 15
M
G
GATEWAY....................................................................... 25
H
high-pass filter ......................................................... 11, 15
HPF .......................................................................... 11, 15
MAC............................................................................... 25
Main knob .................................................................... 6, 9
MASTER Level ............................................................... 11
MODE (DANTE MODE) ................................................. 23
MONITOR ...................................................................... 15
MUTED from REMOTE................................................... 28
N
NETMASK ...................................................................... 25
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Reference
O
T
OFF (NORMAL)........................................................15, 16
OUTPUT .........................................................................19
TEMP.............................................................................. 22
THERMAL ...................................................................... 26
[THRU/DSP OUT] switch ................................................. 7
[THRU/OUTPUT] jacks .................................................... 7
Tiltable pole socket.......................................................... 5
TIME............................................................................... 16
P
Parameter Display .........................................................16
PARTIAL .........................................................................20
PATCH ............................................................................24
PIN CODE ......................................................................20
POLARITY ................................................................11, 15
[POWER] indicator ...........................................................6
Power switch ....................................................................7
PRESET ....................................................................11, 13
Protection .......................................................................11
U
UNIT ID .............................................................. 11, 24, 25
USB terminal .................................................................... 6
User preset list............................................................... 13
UTILITY .................................................................... 11, 19
V
Q
Quick Config ..................................................................23
Vents ................................................................................ 7
VERSION........................................................................ 26
R
W
RESTORE FROM USB ...................................................23
ROUTER...................................................................11, 18
Routing...........................................................................18
Wheel mounting screws................................................... 5
X
XTEND LF (extended LF)............................................... 16
S
SAVE TO USB ....................................................21, 23, 27
Screw holes for eye bolts.................................................5
Screw holes for U-bracket ...............................................5
SERIAL ...........................................................................26
SP Output Meter ............................................................11
STANDARD ....................................................................23
Star Network ..................................................................29
STATE .............................................................................25
STATIC IP .......................................................................25
[SYNC] indicator ..............................................................8
Manual Development Group
© 2018 Yamaha Corporation
Published 09/2019 PO-B0
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