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Yamaha shows the strengths of quality networking at ProLight+Sound 2009

Mar. 03, 2009

Taking place from 1-4 April in Frankfurt, Germany, the annual ProLight+Sound trade show sees Yamaha Commercial Audio highlighting the many advantages of the high quality audio networking and distribution capabilities which are an integral part of many of its products.

Exhibiting at Stand F50 in Hall 8.0, the stand will be divided up into three areas, titled ‘True Networking For The Live Industry’ ,’True Networking For The Broadcast Industry’ and ‘High Quality Audio Processing and Distribution.’

With a comprehensive EtherSound network built into the stand, Yamaha staff will be demonstrating how flexible and powerful audio networks can easily be created to include digital mixing consoles, stage boxes, amplifiers and the powerful and versatile DME digital mix engine.

Along with the company’s industry-leading mixing consoles, a highlight of the stand will be the new SB168ES, a true networked stage box solution for the LS9 and M7CL consoles, which is also compatible with other Yamaha digital consoles.

Also on show will be the new IMX644 Installation Series rackmount mixer and IPA 8200 eight channel power amplifier, the full range of Yamaha’s Installation Series loudspeakers, including the new IS1112 compact subwoofer, K&M I-Series brackets, plus the versatile XP, XH and multichannel XM amplifier ranges.

Demonstrating Yamaha’s ability to serve the entire professional audio market, the EMX, IM and MG ranges of analogue consoles will also be on display.

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