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Arena: Large

System Features

  • A digital mixing engine and Dante network support zoning in this arena sound system.
  • Different BGM and announcements can be broadcast to 4 different zones: the main arena, corridor, rest rooms, and waiting rooms.
  • Overall system routing and processing is handled by a single DME64N unit in the amp room.
  • Uniform sound is provided throughout the arena by a central cluster consisting of 13 speaker units plus 12 side fill and 12 under-balcony speakers.
  • The speakers used in the arena are all Installation Series models that feature carefully controlled phase characteristics. Minimal phase interference means consistently high sound quality at any listening point in the room.
  • A DME4io-C and 4 microphones are provided on a movable wagon in the court area, with monitor speakers so announcers and presenters can clearly hear themselves and any program material. The wagon can be located near and plugged into any of several Ethernet ports provided around the court area.
  • Control is provided by the M7CL-48 digital mixing console located in the control room. The M7CL-48 is versatile enough to handle live music events as well as sports.
  • Equalizers, speaker processors, and a multitude of other audio components that can be configured and combined via a computer application give the DME64N the flexibility and scalability to deliver optimum functionality and performance in an extremely wide range of applications.
  • Since the DME64N speaker processor component features processing data for Yamaha speaker systems built in, it’s easy to achieve optimum sound and matching while protecting the speakers against overload damage.
  • The DME64N 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 DME64N Event Scheduler component works with the DME64N 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.

Installation and Administration Features

  • Audio communication between the control room, amp room, and the DME4io-C in the arena is handled by a CobraNet 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.
  • An ACD1 connected to a computer provides comprehensive control and monitoring for Yamaha Tn, PC-1N, XP, XM, and XH series power amplifiers.

Products List

(A) Digital Mixing Console M7CL-48
(B) Digital Network Card MY16-CII
(C) CD Player CD-S300RK
(D) iPod or Other MP3/WMA Player  
(E) Digital Mixing Engine DME64N
(F) DA Card MY8-DA96
(G) Power Amplifier PC2001N
(H) Power Amplifier T5n
(I)Power Amplifier XP3500
(J) Power Amplifier XMV4280
(K) Power Amplifier XMV4140
(L) Amplifier Control Device ACD1
(M) Audio I/O Distribution and DSP Expansion Unit DME4io-C
(N) Powered Speaker MSR100
(O) Ceiling Speaker VXC6W
(P) Ceiling Speaker VXC4W
(Q) Speaker IF2205
(R) Speaker IF2115
(S) Speaker IH2000
(T) Speaker IL1115
(U) Speaker IF2112


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