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MTX3

Yamaha MTX3. Channels quantity: 21 channels, Supported sample rates: 44.1,48 kHz, Sample rate: 48 kHz. Input impedance: 10000 Ω, Nominal input level: -62 dBu. Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): 0.05%, Output impedance: 75 Ω. Power consumption (typical): 50 W, AC input voltage: 100-240 V, AC input frequency: 50 - 60 Hz. Width: 480 mm, Depth: 362 mm, Height: 44 mm
Versatile Input/Output configuration 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. SD Memory Card Slot for playback The MTX Series feature an input/output configuration that is ideal for a wide range of applications: 8 mono inputs (mic/line), 2 stereo inputs (line) and 16 digital inputs via YDIF. The output side consists of 8 line-level mono outputs and 16 digital outputs via YDIF. MTX processors also feature an SD Card Slot for playback of MP3/WAV files stored on an SD Memory Card. The Event Scheduler function allows you to play back these files as music, announcements or chimes—or even trigger external devices with a GPI output—at scheduled times, as well as recall presets stored within the MTX. 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 MTX processors feature the newly developed YDIF digital transmission format; a unique proprietary Yamaha technology that delivers 16ch audio and word clock transmission via standard CAT5 Ethernet cable. YDIF can be used for cascading multiple MTX Series or for feeding audio signal to XMV Series power amplifiers with very simple cabling up to 30 metres. Distribution Mode Max. 16ch of audio can be flowed from upper stream device to lower stream device Cascade Mode Can be used as 8ch cascade buses specifically for MTX. Communication can be between multiple MTX. 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 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 If it is necessary for higher resiliency against unexpected network problems, it is recommended to use redundant network. 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. 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.

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