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Conference Room: Network

System Features

  • A digital mixing console and digital matrix processor are used to mediate Dante networking between a large conference room (A) and two smaller conference rooms (B and C), allowing audio to be shared in a variety of ways.
  • In addition to handling audio input and output for their respective rooms, the LS9-16 digital mixing console fitted with a Dante interface card in room A, and the MTX5-D units in rooms B and C, provide Dante networking for room-to-room audio sharing. A meeting taking place in room A can be monitored in rooms B and C, for example, and questions and answers can be passed back and forth between rooms.
  • Support speakers are positioned around the room for uniform delivery.
  • A touch panel control system in room A allows smooth, intuitive sound system operation. In addition to sound system control, the touch panel system can be customized to control video, screen positioning, curtains, lighting, and a multitude of other functions.
  • Wall-mounted DCP1V4S control panels are provided in both the Room B and Room C areas for convenient volume control and preset selection.
  • Up to 300 setups can be stored in the LS9-16 scene memory, and the MTX5-D can store up to 50 setups, for one-touch recall whenever needed. This allows system settings to be quickly changed to suit a wide range of situations.
  • The MTX5-D units in rooms B and C feature built-in feedback suppression that can effectively eliminate feedback when microphones are used. Feedback suppression not only stops annoying feedback, but it protects the speakers from damage as well.
  • Equalizers built into the LS9-16 and MTX5-D can be used to adjust response for optimum intelligibility.
  • The built-in delays in the LS9-16 are used to compensate for distance delays between the front main and rear support speakers in room A, for maximum clarity and intelligibility. This also improves imaging without having to use excessive volume levels.
  • 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.
  • User access to the LS9-16 can be controlled by using passwords or USB memory authorization keys. This can prevent unwanted setup changes in facilities where the equipment is made available to outside users.

Installation and Administration Features

  • Audio communication between rooms A through C is handled by a Dante network via CAT5e cabling that 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 XMV4280 power amplifier can be set up to drive low and high impedance loads in 2-channel groups, so a single unit can simultaneously power low and high impedance speaker systems.

* 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) Blu-ray Disc Player BD-S667
(D) Digital Mixing Console LS9-16
(E) Dante Interface Card DANTE-MY16-AUD
(F) Power Amplifier XP7000
(G) Power Amplifier XMV4280
(H) Matrix Processor MTX5-D
(I) Speaker IF2112W
(J) Speaker IF2108W
(K) Ceiling Speaker VXC8W
(L) Ceiling Speaker VXC6W
(M) Control Panel DCP1V4S


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