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LS9-16

The surprisingly small size and lightweight of the LS9-16 make it a perfect choice for applications that require maximum portability and handling ease.

LS9-16

  • 16 mono mic/line input and 4 stereo input channels,expandable up to 32 channels in two layers.
  • 16 mix buses, 8 matrix buses, plus stereo and mono buses with LCR mode.
  • Compact and light enough for one person to move and set up easily.(12.0 kg)
  • Virtual Rack packed with effects and EQ for just about any processing requirements.

LS9-32

With 32 input head amps the LS9-32 can comfortably handle the complex and varied source requirements presented by a wide range of live sound applications, but it's always reassuring to know that you can expand it up to 64 channels by just adding external preamps and Mini-YGDAI interface cards for those extra demanding line-ups.

LS9-32

  • 32 mono mic/line input and 4 stereo input channels, expandable up to 64 channels in two layers.
  • 16 mix buses, 8 matrix buses, plus stereo and mono buses with LCR mode.
  • Compact and light enough for one person to move and set up easily.(19.4 kg)
  • Virtual Rack packed with effects and EQ for just about any processing requirements.

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Installation Case

Thanks to its cost-effectiveness, one of the many advantages of digital audio is how regional venues can nowadays install the same sound technology as the biggest and best concert halls. Inspired by Milan’s iconic Teatro Alla Scala, a new multi-purpose venue in the Italian city of Merate is enjoying all the benefits of a Yamaha audio system.

Installation Case

Costing over £60m, the new Prime Minister’s Office in Brunei is an opulent, state of the art venue which houses the central coordinating body for all of the sultanate’s government ministries and agencies. With a theatre and banqueting hall that each seat 1000, a 300-seat conference hall and 13 further conference and meeting rooms, Yamaha digital mixers and amplifiers deliver the requisite optimum audio quality.