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QL5

32 + 2 fader configuration adapts to a wide range of channel layouts. The QL5 is a compact console with large-scale capabilities.

QL5

  • Mix channels: 64 mono, 8 stereo.
  • Busses: 16 mix, 8 matrix (Input to Matrix supported).
  • Local I/O: 32 in, 16 out.
  • Fader configuration: 32 + 2 (Master).
  • Stainless steel iPad support stays.

QL1

16 + 2 fader configuration in a compact, rack mountable unit.

QL1

  • Mix channels: 32 mono, 8 stereo.
  • Busses: 16 mix, 8 matrix (Input to Matrix supported).
  • Local I/O: 16 in, 8 out.
  • Fader configuration: 16 + 2 (Master).
  • Rack mountable with optional RK1 Rack Mount Kit.

Optional Interfaces

R Series (AD/DA)

R Series (AD/DA)

R Series I/O racks employ Dante network audio protocol for exceptional flexibility and freedom in setup and placement, while delivering natural, musical sound that brings out the full sonic potential of mixing consoles and other system components.

R series (MADI)

R series (MADI)

The RMio64-D Dante/MADI conversion I/O rack is here. It supports a wide range of broadcast and live sound applications with extraordinary flexibility, and without getting in the way.

R Series (SLOT)

R Series (SLOT)

The RSio64-D is an audio interface that can convert between Dante and Mini-YGDAI formats for up to 64 inputs and 64 outputs

Mini-YGDAI Cards

Mini-YGDAI Cards

MY (Mini-YGDAI) series expansion cards for use in the option I/O slots of digital mixers and DME. 3rd-party cards also available.

Option

LA1L

LA1L

LED Gooseneck Console Lamp.

RK1

RK1

Rack Mount Kit

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iPad app

iPad application for controlling and monitoring QL Series mixing console

Installation Case

Intec Systems recently completed major upgrades to the audio systems of two of New Zealand’s largest churches. Both installations were required to be easily re-configured depending on the requirements of each service with Dante providing the ideal connectivity solution.

Installation Case

Sibling-fronted pop/rock band The Dunwells has spent most of 2014 on tour. Dates in the US and a range of UK festivals were followed by the band’s Show Me Emotion UK tour throughout September. Using Yamaha QL5 digital console has made a huge difference to both the band and mix engineer Sean Murphy.