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RIVAGE PM10

System Configuration

In a RIVAGE PM10 system the CS-R10 or CS-R10-S control surface and DSP-R10 DSP engine are connected via the dedicated Console Network using Ethernet cables in a ring configuration. The DSP engine and up to eight RPio622 and/or RPio222 I/O rack units are then networked in a ring configuration via TWINLANe digital I/O cards installed in the HY card slots provided in each device. All component feature dual built-in power supply modules for failsafe redundancy.

TWINLANe is an original Yamaha digital audio network protocol that can handle up to 400 channels via multi-mode or single-mode optical cable. A ring network configuration makes setup easy, while providing redundancy that will keep the system running if a cable fails or other malfunction occurs. Use HY256-TL digital I/O cards for multi-mode connections, and HY256-TL-SMF cards for single-mode connections.

The RIVAGE PM10 system can be connected to a computer for multitrack recording, or to CL/QL series digital mixing consoles as well as other external devices via the HY144-D Dante network interface card.

A computer running the RIVAGE PM10 Editor software application can be connected to a DSP-R10 DSP engine to allow online status monitoring as well as redundant control capability in case the connection between the CS-R10 or CR-R10-S control surface and DSP engine is lost. The RIVAGE PM10 Editor can also be used for offline system setup.

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