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Fitness Club

System Features

  • In this system a digital matrix processor serves the entire facility with zoning capability, while smaller analog mixer based systems are provided for independent studios.
  • The overall facility system is based around an MTX3 digital matrix processor. Different BGM and announcements can be broadcast to seven different zones: the first-floor entrance lobby, sports shop, tennis court, second and third floor hallways, rest rooms, and weight training gym. A DCP1V4S control panel at the front desk allows easy volume adjustment and preset selection.
  • The independent dance studio sound system features an MG124C analog mixer that allows intuitive mixing via faders and controls, with an LED level meter that makes it easy to set up optimum volume levels. CDs and other A/V sources can be played back in stereo, and SW115V subwoofers deliver solid lows that will bring the music and the dancers to life.
  • Audio program material in the yoga studio consists mostly of ambient/healing type music. A simple system based on an MG102C mixer offers intuitive hands-on control via its faders and controls, while an LED level meter makes volume management easy.
  • With multiple processing functions such as equalization and feedback suppression built into a single convenient unit, the MTX3 can reduce cabling requirements and thereby limit problems such as shorts or bad connections that can occur over time, for example. Installation as well as repair and maintenance costs are reduced as well.
  • The feedback suppressor built into the MTX3 automatically detects and prevents annoying feedback while at the same time protecting the system’s speakers from feedback damage.
  • The MTX3 scene memory can store up to 50 complete setups that can be instantly recalled whenever needed, making it easy to switch setups for a variety of applications.
  • The MTX3 features a built-in priority ducker function that automatically reduces the volume of background music when an announcement is being made.
  • A built-in MP3/WAV file player means that the MTX3 can play background music, scheduled announcements, or chimes, etc., without the need for external playback equipment.
  • The CD-S300RK accepts direct digital input from iPods or iPhones, allowing extended high-quality BGM playback while power for the source is supplied by the CD player unit. Digital music files stored on a USB memory or other type of portable digital music player can be played back as well.

Installation and Administration Features

  • The MG124C and MG102C can be rack mounted with optional mounting hardware (MG124C: 11U / MG102C: 8U).
  • 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 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.

* YDIF is a proprietary Yamaha connection protocol that dramatically simplifies installation while allow flexible system expansion.

Products List

(A) CD Player CD-S300RK
(B) iPod or Other MP3/WMA Player  
(C) Matrix Processor MTX3
(D) Power Amplifier XMV4140
(E) Mixing Console MG124C
(F) Power Amplifier XP3500
(G) Mixing Console MG102C
(H) Power Amplifier XM4180
(I) Surface Mount Speaker VXS5
(J) Ceiling Speaker VXC6W
(K) Ceiling Speaker VXC4W
(L) Speaker C112VA
(M) Subwoofer SW115V
(N) Surface Mount Speaker VXS8
(O) Control Panel DCP1V4S


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System Diagram

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