Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console

Yamaha PM5D

Digital Mixing Console

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 Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console


Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console
Product Code: PM5D
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Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console A Choice of Head Amps: PM5D or PM5D-RH
The basic Yamaha PM5D and PM5D-RH consoles differ only in input functionality. The Yamaha PM5D features standard high-performance head amps, while the PM5D-RH adds head-amp recall capability that allows head amp gain settings to be recalled along with the other console scene data.
 
Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console Versatile Configuration with Flexible I/O Patching Capability
In a surprisingly compact frame that weighs only around 100 kilograms, the Yamaha PM5D offers 48 mono and 4 stereo inputs, 24 mix buses and 2 stereo outputs, and 8 matrix outputs (expandable). The mix buses can be switched to "variable" mode for use as auxiliary buses, or to "fix" mode for pre- or post-pan group bus operation.

A full complement of physical I/O connectors provides further patching capability and broad system compatibility. While internal digital I/O patching offers extraordinary signal-routing control when needed, the Yamaha PM5D has dedicated connectors for straightforward connection without the need for patching, in much the same way that you'd set up a conventional analog console.

But you can bring the power of digital patching into play whenever you need to specify insert points, direct outs, metering points, dynamic processor key-in points.a vast range of patching capabilities that simply would not have been possible in the analog domain.
 
Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console PM5D-EX Expanded Digital Mixing System for Double I/O Capacity and Processing Power
If the capacity provided by the Yamaha PM5D console alone doesn't meet your requirements, the PM5D-EX system might be just what you need. This powerful live sound and recording package combines a Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console with a DSP5D Digital Mixing System, giving you the I/O and processing capacity of two PM5D consoles controlled from a single control surface: that's a total of 96 mono and 8 stereo input channels in a very flexible, powerful configuration.

After a few simple connections the DSP5D becomes an integral part of the PM5D console, and can be controlled from the PM5D control surface in the same way as the internal functions. So although you have 96 microphone inputs and 48 omni outputs (24 mix buses and 16 matrix buses) as well as doubled processing power, you can simply plug in your sources and output devices and mix right away without having to work through another learning curve. The PM5D-EX system is available with the either the PM5D or PM5D-RH console.
 
Open Architecture for Flexible Live Sound and Recording
Both the Yamaha PM5D console and DSP5D digital mixing system feature expansion slots that accept a wide range of Yamaha MY cards as well as cards from other manufacturers. Four slots on the PM5D and two on the DSP5D allow not only I/O expansion in a variety of analog and digital audio formats, but also digital networking via Cobra Net and Ether Sound protocol. This type of expandability further enhances the system's utility for live recording applications because you have a choice of formats you can use to feed stereo or multi-channel audio to a DAW.
 
Yamaha PM5D Digital Mixing Console Virtual Soundcheck Capability
A live recording made during a rehearsal or performance can be temporarily patched into the currently recalled scene without permanently affecting the patch configuration stored with that scene. Pre-recorded material can thus be used for setup and detailed adjustment when musicians or performers aren't available.

A simple click is all you need to switch from mic sources to playback tracks, or a combination of both. And because Virtual Soundcheck is isolated from scene control you can recall, edit, and resave scenes in Virtual Soundcheck mode without fear of actually storing patch changes. Unlike similar features found in other consoles, the PM5D lets you assign individual channels to the Virtual Soundcheck function as required, so you can keep sound effect or BGM channels alive while doing a sound check.

Outline

PM5D

Mixing capability Mixing channels 48 Mono + 8 Stereo
GROUP 24 Mix (Group/AUX) busses
AUX 24 Mix (Group/AUX) busses
MAIN Stereo A, Stereo B
MATRIX 8
DCA/VCA 8 (Output grouping also available at Group 7 and 8)
Input channel functions Delay, HPF, Attenuator, 4-band PEQ, 2x Dynamics
Output channel functions 8-band PEQ, Dynamics
On-board processors 8x SPX multi effectors, 12x 31-band GEQ
I/O Mic inputs 48
Phantom power +48V DC; ON/OFF per channel
Line inputs 4x Stereo, 2x 2tr in
AD converter 24-bit; 128-time over sampling
Line outputs 36 Omni output, Monitor out and Cue output
DA converter 24-bit; 128-time over sampling
Digital I/O 3x 2tr in/out, Cascade in/out
Expansion slots 4x Mini-YGDAI (16-in/16-out)
Control and others To Host(USB), GPI, HA remote, RS422 remote, Time code in, Word clock I/O, 3x Lamp, PCMCIA slot

General specifications

Internal processing 32bit, Accumulator: 58bit
Sampling frequency rate Internal 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz
External 44.1kHz/88.2kHz (-10%) - 48kHz/96kHz (+6%)
Signal delay Less than 2.5ms (@48kHz), Less than 1.25ms (@96kHz)
Total harmonic distortion Less than 0.05% (20Hz-40kHz)
Frequency response 0, +0.5, -1.5dB 20Hz-40kHz
Dynamic range DA: 110dB; AD+DA: 108dB
Hum & noise level Equivalent input noise -128dBu
Residual output noise -86dBu
Crosstalk -80 dB Adjacent Input Channels (INPUT1-48)
Power requirements Use PW800W
Power consumption 600W (when use with PW800W)
Dimensions W 1551mm; 61-1/16in
H 283mm; 11-1/8in
D 950mm; 37-3/8in
Net weight 98kg; 216.1lb
Accessories Owner’s manual, 3x Gooseneck lamp, DC power cable
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