Serie MTX

Amplia capacidad de E/S y de expansión

Conexiones de entrada y salida versátiles

The MTX Series feature a combination of analogue and digital. Dante and YDIF connections meaning there should always be sufficient inputs & outputs for the scale of your installation.

Conexiones de entrada y salida versátiles

Overview: I/O

A closer look at the inputs and outputs of the MTX and MRX processors and provide an overview of the processing available in each one.

Ranura para tarjetas de memoria SD para reproducción

Ranura para tarjetas de memoria SD para reproducción

Las características que tienen la Serie MTX de configuración de entrada/salida es ideal para una amplia gama de aplicaciones: 8 entradas mono (micro/línea), 2 entradas estéreo (línea) y 16 entradas digitales a través de YDIF. La parte de salidas se compone de 8 salidas mono de nivel de línea y 16 salidas digitales a través de YDIF. Los procesadores MTX también disponen de una ranura para tarjetas SD para reproducción de archivos de MP3/WAV almacenados en una tarjeta de memoria SD. La función del Programador de Eventos le permite reproducir estos archivos como música, anuncios o campanas-o incluso activar dispositivos externos con una salida de GPI-en las horas programadas, así como la llamada de presets almacenados en los MTX.

Easily increase system inputs and outputs.

Easily increase system inputs and outputs.

The EXi8/Exo8 are input/output expanders for the MTX/MRX Series. EXi8 converts the analog mic/line signal to digital and transmits to the MTX via Yamaha's proprietry YDIF connection. The preamps for EXi8 can be remotely controlled from an MTX/MRX Editor.

EXo8 also connects to the system via YDIF and features 8ch of DA converters that convert the digital output to high quality analog signal.

MTX Digital Network System

Using two types of networking in MTX systems can significantly reduce installation cost and time. The combination of YDIF for shorter system connections and DANTE for larger installations can considerably improve design flexibility.

Audio Network for MTX System

Audio Network for MTX System

Los procesadores MYC cuentan con el formato recién creado de transmisión digital YDIF, una tecnología única patentada por Yamaha que ofrece 16 canales de audio y la transmisión de reloj a través de cable Ethernet CAT5 estándar. YDIF puede ser utilizado para conexión en cascada de múltiple MTX o para alimentar la señal de audio a los amplificadores de potencia de la Serie XMV con un simple cableado de hasta 30 metros.

Modo ARP

- Max. 16ch of audio can be flowed from upper stream device to lower stream device.

Modo ARP

- Can be used as 8ch cascade buses specifically for MTX.

- Communication can be between multiple MTX.

Dante for MTX (MTX5-D, XMV-D only)

Dante for MTX (MTX5-D, XMV-D only)

The MTX5-D is equipped with dual Dante ports that allow 16 channels of inputs and outputs @44.1kHZ/48kHz to be run on a redundant network. Both simple and larger, sophisticated Dante network systems can be created using MTX5-D and the Dante enabled XMV-D amplifiers.

Audinate’s Dante Network Audio Protocol has been adopted, not only in Processors and Power Amplifiers, but also in many other types of digital audio equipment such as Yamaha Digital Mixing Consoles. This makes it the perfect backbone for larger networked audio systems particularly as connections are not limited to a 30m maximum as with YDIF, but can carry audio up to 100m over CAT5e cable.

A Dante digital network handles all the audio and control data making system alterations and expansion easy. New devices can be added to the network via a single CAT5e cable and quickly configured using the MTX-MRX Editor. Dante networking provides superior system flexibility as well as plenty of capacity for future expansion.

Daisy Chain Network

Daisy Chain Network

When building a simple system with a small number of devices. It is recommended to use Daisy Chain.

Since Dante can transfer both control and audio signals with one cable, no network switches are required for Daisy Chain mode.

Star Network

Star Network

In a star network, each device is connected to a central hub. Using a GbE-compatible network switch enables you to configure a wide-band, large-scale network.

Redundant Network

Redundant Network

If it is necessary for higher resiliency against unexpected network problems, it is recommended to use redundant network.

Soporte para Dante Domain Manager, AES67 y Dante Device Lock

Admite el estándar de interconectividad de red de audio «Dante Domain Manager» (actualización a la versión 3.31). Ahora se admite «Dante Domain Manager» de Audinate Corporation. El «Dante Domain Manager» de Audinate Corporation es un software de administración de red que proporciona autenticación de usuario y configuraciones de seguridad basadas en roles. Ahora puede construir un sistema de sonido seguro y escalable basado en la infraestructura de Dante.

Dante-enabled model of the MTX5-D signal processor now support the AES67 audio network interconnection standard. This allows connection via AES67 to audio networks such as Ravenna, Q-LAN, or Livewire, increasing the expandability of the system.

Also supported is Dante Device Lock, which prevents a third party from modifying Dante settings. This can increase system security in environments such as concert halls where an outside operator is expected to operate the system or bring in equipment.

Smart, Flexible Paging System for Large Commercial Spaces

Smart, Flexible Paging System for Large Commercial Spaces

The PGM1 paging station and PGX1 paging expander are designed to work specifically with MRX7-D or MTX5-D. They work using PoE and connect to the network via Dante. Each PGM1 can be expanded with up to two PGX1 units and up to 4 units of PGM1 can be connected to a single system.

PGM1, PGX1

Yamaha's PGM1/PGX1 are paging stations that can be used with the MTX5-D or MRX7-D. It can be networked via a Dante Network and using Power Ethernet or PoE. This video will show you how to set up the paging station to the system.

Ejemplos de sistemas

Multi-purpose hall

Room A and Room B in the system example are normally used independently for meetings, parties, or other events, and are therefore equipped with audio systems that can be operated separately. The Yamaha MTX3 is a convenient matrix processor that can accept input from multiple audio sources and microphones and route that audio to specified speaker systems. The EXi8 is handy when you want to increase the number of available microphone inputs, for example. DCP4V4S control panels installed in each room can be set up to allow remote control of microphone level and on/off switching.

When the partition is removed and the rooms are combined to form one larger space, an appropriate setup that has been pre-programmed using the MTX-MRX Editor software can be recalled via a single button, instantly setting up the system for central control.

Multi-purpose hall

Simple Presentation using the Dugan Auto Mixer.

Using the four Dugan channels of the MTX3 and FBS makes it possible to have a simple presentation system that does not require an operator.

When the Dugan automixer is used, the input gain on microphones being used is automatically increased, while the gain on mics not used is decreased in order to reduce ambient noise leakage. This enhances the clarity of the sound. No specialized technical knowledge or skill is required—the mic gains are adjusted automatically.

Simple Presentation using the Dugan Auto Mixer.