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Leisure Complex 2

System Features

  • Separate digital mixing engine based systems are provided for the first and second floors of this complex, allowing independent operation for each floor.
  • The first-floor system is primarily used for BGM and announcements, and supports zoning. Easy, intuitive operation is possible via the touch-panel controller installed in the office.
  • The second-floor system supports 5.1 channel surround sound for the event space, BGM and announcements for both floors, and audio explanations for the aquarium displays. A console type LS9-16 digital mixer is used for control, making it easy to provide sound for live events as well. A wall-mounted CP4SF control panel in the aquarium provides convenient volume control as well as preset selection.
  • The DME24N scene memory can store up to 999 complete setups that can be instantly recalled whenever needed, making it easy to switch setups for a variety of applications.
  • The DME24N equalizer component can be an effective tool for increasing clarity and intelligibility.
  • The DME24N delay component can be used to precisely compensate for distance delay between speakers for clear, well-defined sound. Proper delay compensation also makes it possible to achieve optimum sound quality and imaging without having to use excessive volume levels.
  • The DME24N Ambient Noise Compensator component automatically adjusts volume levels to compensate for ambient noise so that the program material is always clear and intelligible regardless of changes in the number of people in the area, for example.
  • The DME24N Event Scheduler component works with the DME24N WAV File Player to play back specified sounds, such as regular pre-recorded announcements or chimes, at predetermined times without the need for any external equipment. It’s also possible to control external GPI-capable devices on a predetermined schedule.
  • The LS9-16 features a built USB memory audio recorder/player. Events can be recorded and background music supplied without the need for an external recorder or player.

Installation and Administration Features

  • Audio from the control desk to the office and output from the DME24N are transmitted in AES/EBU digital format. This approach reduces the amount of cabling required while preventing signal degradation during transmission. Cost for changes and repairs to the cabling infrastructure is reduced as well.
  • The dedicated brackets supplied with VXS series speakers can be used for convenient wall or ceiling mounting. A temporary attachment feature allows the installer to quickly position the bracket and then use both hands to safely and securely do the final installation.
  • The VXC series speakers have a temporary “Anti-Drop tab” attachment feature that allows the installer to quickly position the mount bracket and then use both hands to safely do the final installation.
  • The VXC series includes black-finished models with black grilles for a wider range of interior décor matching options.
  • The lower power consumption of Yamaha power amplifiers contributes directly to reduced running cost. Low heat generation is another advantage, resulting in longer life as well as reduced repair and maintenance costs.

Products List

(A) CD Player CD-S300RK
(B) iPod or Other MP3/WMA Player  
(C) DVD Player  
(D) Digital Mixing Console LS9-16
(E) AES/EBU Interface Card MY8-AE
(F) Digital Mixing Engine DME24N
(G) AES/EBU Interface Card MY16-AE
(H) DA Converter DA824
(I) CD Player CD-C600RK
(J) Power Amplifier XMV4280
(K) Power Amplifier XH200
(L) Power Amplifier IPA8200
(M) Power Amplifier XP5000
(N) Power Amplifier XP7000
(O) Control Panel CP4SF
(P) Speaker IF2115
(Q) Subwoofer IS1218
(R) Surface Mount Speaker VXS8
(S) Ceiling Speaker VXC6W
(T) Ceiling Speaker VXC6


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