DMP7 - 1987
En 1987 Sud-Claviers recevait la toute première console numérique au monde la DMP7 Yamaha.
Je m'en souviens encore comme si c'était ce matin. La première console numérique au monde, oui la toute première. Elle est encore dans notre auditorium et fonctionne parfaitement, 27 ans et toujours aussi extraordinaire.
Les faders étaient motorisés, les effets intégrés, ...
Je me souviens qu'à l'époque nos clients et fournisseurs nous considéraient déjà comme des OVNI.
3 ans après arrivait la DMC1000 un monstre de technologie séduisant les professionnels futuristes de la sonorisation. Puis arriva la légendaire PROMIX, qui donna naissance à une gamme de console et ouvrait la porte du futur définitivement... 02R, DM1000, DM2000, PM1D, M7CL, LS9, ....
27 ans et plus de 30 consoles après j'avoue être tout aussi émerveillé devant cette prouesse technologique.
Le plaisir de la déballer, de la brancher, de voir ces menus, de caresser son écran tactile, d'écouter sa transparence, sa pureté de son, mon émotion est toujours intacte.
Demain n'est pas le futur, c'est maintenant, je vous invite à partager mon émotion et à vous présenter 27 années d'expérience sur les tables de mixage numériques.
Philippe Del Bano
QL séries - 2014
The Yamaha sound begins with reproduction that is faithful to the source. QL series consoles feature circuitry and components that have been designed and selected with the utmost care, achieving outstanding audio purity from input to output. With that solid sonic foundation it becomes possible to take full advantage of built-in premium internal processors such as the Portico 5033/5043 created in cooperation with Rupert Neve, to shape and create as required. For a wide range of speech applications built-in automatic mixing functionality from Dan Dugan Sound Design provides optimum channel balance while allowing the operator to concentrate fully on optimizing the overall sound.
It All Begins with Natural Sound
In order to take maximum advantage of evolved processing potential to sculpt creative new soundscapes, the engineer must have uncolored, natural sound as a starting point. Yamaha’s unwavering natural sound philosophy is fully implemented in the QL series, resulting in accurate reproduction that is faithful to the source.
Every Component Contributes to Superior Sonic Precision
Full creative freedom can only be achieved when the sonic foundation is accurate, uncolored, and faithful to the source. The same pure, natural sound that is a highly regarded feature of the CL series is achieved in the compact QL series consoles as well. Every detail, from mechanical construction through port location, power supply, grounding, and individual components has been painstakingly analyzed and brought together in a system that affords extraordinary audio quality. Noise that can affect digital mixer performance in a number of ways has also been thoroughly scrutinized and effectively eliminated. Because it can affect AD/ DA converter performance, system clock jitter has been subject to detailed analysis and optimized by revising the internal FPGA layout and rerouting the clock signal. All of these details combine to realize performance that not only passes the strictest scientific tests, but also satisfies the critical ears of some of the most demanding sound engineers in the business.
Keeping the Legacy Alive
When it’s time to build creatively on the uncolored sonic foundation provided by the QL consoles, a selection of powerful processors is ready to refine your sound. Yamaha digital technology accurately reproduces the quality and performance of time-honored analog devices that are renowned for their musical sound, as well as speech mixing technology that revolutionized the industry with unprecedented consistency and clarity. The technology that achieves all of this reflects Yamaha’s respect for the legacy of masters who have given us some of our most valued audio capabilities. It also gives today’s sound engineers the support they need to create for the future.
VCM Technology and Rupert Neve
All of the processing capability that was packed into the CL series consoles is provided in the QL consoles as well. Most of those processors are based on Virtual Circuit Modeling (VCM) technology developed by “Dr. K” (Toshifumi Kunimoto) and his team at “K’s lab,” Yamaha’s stateof-the-art digital technology research facility. VCM technology precisely models the circuitry and performance of analog audio devices, right down to the characteristics of individual components such as resistors and capacitors. VCM simulations are so realistic and musical that even the legendary Rupert Neve, a master who built his reputation on analog sound, has given it his approval and collaborated in developing VCM versions of his Portico 5033 and 5043 EQ and compressor, both provided as on-board processors in the QL consoles.
Revolutionary Dan Dugan Automatic Mixer Built In
Thanks to in-depth collaboration with Dan Dugan Sound Design, renowned Dan Dugan automatic microphone mixing with its advanced algorithms is built into the QL series consoles. Setup is easy: just insert the processor into up to 16 channels for automatically optimized microphone gain distribution. Gain control is smooth and natural, as though experienced human operators were doing the mix. The system also effectively reduces feedback and comb filter issues. For speech applications, especially non-scripted situations, this allows the operator to concentrate on details other than fader operation for consistently high-quality mixes.
The ability to respond swiftly and surely to multiple, rapidly changing demands is essential for effective live sound support. QL series consoles feature large touch-panel displays as well as “Touch and Turn” knobs that make up a remarkably smooth, efficient control interface. Attention has also been paid to details such as fader feel and channel name display visibility in order to deliver a sophisticated overall operating experience. Remote control and offline setup capability via an iPad or computer adds even more refinement to an already state-of-the-art operating environment.
Refined Interface for Intuitive Control
Operators coming from analog or digital consoles will quickly become comfortable with the QL consoles. Years of accumulated knowhow and feedback from users worldwide have been applied in creating an interface that is simple while providing refined operation that responds fully to the demands of a broad spectrum of real-world applications.
Straightforward “Touch and Turn” Operation
Touch and Turn operation, introduced in the CL series, has been enthusiastically adopted by sound engineers everywhere. The QL series offers the same operational advantage: touch the parameter you want to control on the screen, then rotate the Touch and Turn knob that is below and to the right of the screen to adjust as required. The color displayed below the knob changes to match that of the selected parameter, for quick confirmation and error-free control. It’s simple, responsive, and very intuitive.
The Yamaha Selected Channel System
The Yamaha Selected Channel interface provides a comprehensive overview of available channel parameters with direct selection capability via its large touch-panel display. The display is the same type that was provided on the CL series consoles, offering high visibility and smooth response for stress free operation. Hands-on control via dedicated physical controllers as well as an innovative Touch and Turn knob provides speedy access to essential QL console parameters for a fast, efficient workflow.
Advanced Features Backed by Efficient Design
You can have features galore, but if they’re not well integrated into a smoothly operating system that provides easy access, their value will be greatly reduced. Design of the QL series faders and knobs extends to the finest details of form and materials. High visibility channel name displays and colors add to overall operation ease and efficiency as well. The interface is the vital connection between console and engineer, and we have treated it with appropriate care and respect.
Faders Designed for Fit, Feel, and Visual Feedback
The operator’s sonic intent is conveyed to the console primarily through the faders. Inheriting the sports car bucket seat styling of the CL series faders, the QL faders provide comfortable, sure operation regardless of where you finger rests on the knob. Even the fader knob materials have been selected for optimum feel. The sides of the knobs are specially sculpted to allow the fader scale on the panel to be easily seen from just about any angle.
Selected Channel Controls for Direct, Instant Access
The main Selected Channel parameters are assigned to the knobs located to the right of the display for immediate access at any time. In addition to User Defined Keys to which parameters can be freely assigned, another traditional Yamaha digital mixing console feature, the QL consoles also have on-screen User Defined Knobs that provide the same assignable freedom for variable parameters. In combination, the User Defined Knobs and User Defined Keys can significantly enhance operation speed and efficiency.
Comprehensive Fader Bank Section
All analog inputs are assigned to one Fader Bank, while other input and output channels are accessed by switching banks. Four Custom Fader Banks are also provided, and these allow the user to set up any combination of channels required for maximum efficiency in any application. Custom Fader setups can also be stored with scenes and instantly recalled when needed.
High Visibility Channel Names and Colors
Miniature display panels above each channel fader show the channel name as well as fader setting. There’s also a color bar that glows in eight colors, matching the channel colors shown in the main touch-panel display for easy visual identification. The eight colors plus “black” provide a total of nine color groupings. These high-visibility displays offer excellent legibility in bright outdoor lighting as well in dim indoor settings.
In addition to ample analog input and output capacity, QL series consoles feature the same Dante audio networking protocol that provides broad connectivity in the CL consoles. There's also an innovative “Port to Port” feature that can patch any input port to any output port so the QL console can function as a remote I/O device for any other QL or CL series console, for example. Other flexibility enhancing features such as 2-track and multitrack recording capability, and dual MY expansion slots that allow processing capability or I/O to be added as required, make the QL consoles suitable for use as central components in an extensive variety of sound applications.
Flexible Network Capability in an All-in-one Console
Network capability is essential in today’s live sound applications, and the QL series offers all you need. In addition to their all-in-one capabilities, QL series consoles come with the widely implemented Dante digital audio networking protocol, developed by Audinate, as a standard feature. That means the QL consoles can be combined with other Dante capable devices, such as CL series consoles and R series I/O rack units, to flexibly create systems for applications of just about any scale or complexity.
One Console May Be All You Need
Each QL series console provides extensive built-in input and output capacity that can handle a variety of applications without the need for stage boxes or other external equipment (32 inputs and 16 outputs on the QL5, and 16 ins and 8 outs on the QL1). For many jobs all you need is one console, and that means vastly superior portability as well as speedy setup.
Superior Dante Networking Built In
Precision synchronization technology achieves low latency and low jitter as well as high sample accuracy in a network that is fast and simple to set up. Individual IDs assigned to each device on a Dante network allow automatic device detection as well as easy patching. Speedy setup leaves more time for the all-important job of setting up the mix.
Redundancy for Reliability
Cables and switches can malfunction, but with Dante’s support for redundant connections a problem on the network won’t stop the show. Redundant primary and secondary connections can be set up in a star network configuration so that problems in any part of the network won’t interrupt the signal flow or bring the entire network down.
“Port to Port” Enhances System Versatility
“Port to Port” is a new Yamaha feature that allows QL series console inputs and outputs to be put to use as elements of a larger system, providing unprecedented capabilities for interconnecting front-of-house and monitor consoles, and much more. Gain Compensation enhances the versatility of this feature even more.
Capable Systems with Fewer Devices
The ability to directly connect input ports to output ports without going through mixing channels provides unprecedented freedom for routing signals between the analog, Dante, and MY slot inputs and outputs. For example, a QL console could be used as an I/O device for another QL or CL series console while simultaneously functioning as a monitor console. Not only is just one QL console required for both monitor and I/O use, but analog gains can be remotely controlled from the front-of-house QL or CL console. It’s also possible to mix analog signals received at the console while directly transmitting them to a multitrack recording system via Dante, for example. The possibilities are vast.
I/O Rack Sharing without Gain Complications
When sharing inputs between multiple consoles using Dante networking and Port to Port capability, gain adjustments made from one console could potentially disrupt the mix balance at another. The Gain Compensation function prevents such problems from occurring. Gain compensation is automatically applied at the digital stage so that the total gain sent out via the network remains constant.
Everything You Need for Creative Engineering
QL series console include a virtual processing rack that lets the operator approach selecting and patching internal processors in a way that’s similar to working with external rack-mounted devices. All of the high-quality processors that received rave reviews in the CL series are provided in the QL series consoles as well. Top-quality sound-shaping tools for creative engineering are ready and accessible whenever they’re needed.
Up to eight VCM processors, including the Portico processors developed in cooperation with Rupert Neve Designs that are standards in leading recording studios throughout the world, can be mounted in the virtual rack and used to deliver the kind of performance that only high-end analog outboard processors have previously been capable of. More importantly, that studio quality and musical tonality are available for live sound applications.- Portico 5033/5043These devices immaculately model the full sonic depth and breadth of the original analog equalizer and compressor/limiter modules by Rupert Neve. They are not only ideal for adding first-class studio-quality processor sound to your mix, but are also remarkably easy to set up for optimum effect. Merely inserting these outstanding models in the signal path can enhance the sound.- U76A studio standard that is ideal for a wide range of applications. It even features a RATIO “ALL” button that simulates the effect of engaging all of the ratio buttons on the original.- Opt-2AThis is a model of one of the most widely used optical studio compressors from the 1960’s. The distinctive and highly regarded compression and release characteristics of the original are recreated with remarkable precision.- EQ-1AThe classic studio equalizer that is the basis for this model is still in demand today, highly prized for the musical response of its vacuum tube and transformer EQ circuitry, as well as its distinctive boost/cut characteristics.- Dynamic EQThis original EQ module detects level variations in specified frequency bands in real time, dynamically adjusting EQ gain to provide pinpoint compression, limiting, and de-essing. A refined interface contributes to fast, easy operation.
Up to eight of the 46 available ambience effects and 8 available insert effects can be mounted in the QL virtual rack. That selection includes a number of high-end Yamaha REV-X reverb processors for sophisticated sonic control. Any of the mounted effects can be individually switched to graphic EQ operation as required.- Comp 276This model is a composite of several analog compressors that were popular in recording studios in the 70’s. Anyone who is familiar with the originals will recognize the characteristic punch and fatness this device delivers.- Open DeckHere’s a unique effect that models both the analog circuitry of well-known professional tape decks plus the characteristics of the tape used with them. You can simply choose a deck that offers the sound you need, or combine different recording and playback decks for a range of useful variations.- Comp 260The compressor/limiter modeled in this device was all the rage in the late 70’s, featuring solid-state RMS level detection circuitry and VCAs for level control. The sonic signature of this model is unmistakable.- EQ 601For a sweet analog EQ sound, this model recreates a popular circuit topology from the 70’s.
The GEQ rack is ideal for inserting graphic EQ into the output and other busses. Up to eight 31-band graphic equalizers can be mounted, and any of those can be switched for use as dual 15-band “Flex15GEQ” equalizers that can control any 15 bands selected from the 31 bands available. With eight rack slots, that allows for a maximum of 16 simultaneous EQ processors. Dan Dugan Automixer units can be inserted in the input channels via the GEQ rack, providing up to 16 channels of automix for speech applications.
2-track/Multitrack Recording and Playback
Whether you want basic 2-track recording and playback, or full-blown multitrack recording and playback capability, the QL series consoles make it easy. There’s direct 2-track recording to standard USB flash drives, or serious multitrack recording to a DAW via Dante. Multitrack playback is handy for “virtual sound checks” when the musicians aren’t available, and 2-track playback is for background music, and sound effects.
Convenient 2-track Recording to USB Flash Drive
A standard USB flash drive plugged into the front-panel USB port serves as media for direct 2-track recording in mp3 format. There’s no need to carry external recording equipment around, and the recording can be handed to performers as soon as the show is finished, for example. Sound files in mp3, AAC, or WMA format saved on the flash drive from a computer or other source can be played back too, for convenient BGM or sound effects without the need for extra playback equipment.
Smooth Support for Multitrack Recording
The QL series consoles even make live multitrack recording easy. With Dante Virtual Soundcard software it becomes possible to transfer audio directly to a Windows or Mac computer connected to the Dante network. With an appropriate DAW such as Steinberg Nuendo Live (sold separately) running on the computer, up to 64 tracks can be recorded simultaneously. In addition to being the best way to create professional quality recordings of live performances, this capability is ideal for creating the tracks needed for virtual sound checks.
Expandable Capacity and Functionality
Console I/O and functions can be customized simply by inserting appropriate Yamaha or third-party expansion cards into the Mini-YGDAI expansion slots provided. QL series consoles feature dual Mini-YGDAI slots that can accept expansion cardsselected from a lineup of more than 30 types.
Cascade for Large Systems
Multiple QL consoles can be cascade connected via I/O cards such as the MY16-AE to create systems that offer the high channel capacities required by larger applications. QL consoles can also be cascaded to the other Yamaha digital consoles such as CL series for broad system flexibility
Lake processing has become a standard for speaker processing in live sound applications, and it can easily be added to QL consoles via the MY card slots. The MY8-LAKE expansion card, developed through technical cooperation between Yamaha and Lab.gruppen, offers Mesa EQ, Ideal Graphic EQ, Linear Phase EQ, and other processing features that are capable of achieving ideal tuning in a wide variety of environments regardless of size, acoustic characteristics, or the types of speakers used. Mesa EQ with its symmetrical curve can be inserted into input channels and used for creative sound shaping as well as speaker processing. The possibilities are endless. The Lake Controller computer application can be used for central management and control of all Lake devices in the system, and it works well with Smaart acoustic measurement tools for effective overall speaker tuning.
Tight iPad and Computer Integration
With the “QL StageMix” app for iPad it is possible to mix remotely from audience seating or the performer’s positions in front of floor monitors, for example. The QL5 even includes stays that will support an iPad on the left side of its panel, sleekly integrating of the iPad into the QL interface. There’s also the “QL Editor” application for Windows and Mac computers, allowing console parameters to be set up via the computer, on or off line. The QL Editor is a great way to manage scene and patch list data, for example, and keyboard entry capability can be a timesaving advantage for typing channel names, etc. QL StageMix and QL Editor are great time savers, and they can be used simultaneously.
Today’s Mix Data for Tomorrow’s Show
Since QL and CL series mix data are compatible, data created on either type of console can be directly read and used by the other. The time and effort spent setting up mix data for one job can be carried over to other jobs. Moreover, the Yamaha Console File Converter application provides compatibility with PM5D, M7CL, and LS9 consoles as well. All the data you have carefully crafted can be put to good use in future situations.
Features Optimized for Live Sound
Although there are as many ways to use a mixing console as there are sound engineers, extensive feedback from audio professionals has made it possible to provide a feature set that is ideally suited to the real-world needs of demanding live sound applications.
300 Scene Memories
Up to 300 complete console setups can be stored as “scenes” and instantly recalled whenever needed. Scene Preview is also supported, and scenes can be individually loaded from or saved to a USB flash drive.
Versatile Input and Output Delays
Up to 1000 ms delay on input channels facilitates precise microphone phase compensation, while up to 1000 ms delay on the output ports is useful for speaker distance compensation and room tuning.
Ample EQ and Dynamics Processing
All channels feature 4-band parametric EQ and two dynamics processors (one dynamic processor on outputs). De-esser can also be selected for band pass type EQ.
16 DCA Groups
16 DCA groups allow flexible grouping of multiple input channels for simultaneous control.
8 Mute Groups
Multiple channels can be assigned to any of 8 mute groups for instant muting or un-muting, with a new Dimmer Level function.
12 User Defined Keys
A large number of console functions including Sends on Fader, Tap Tempo, and Set by Sel can be assigned to 12 User Defined Keys for instant hands-on access.
Multiple User Key Sets
Limited access to QL console functions can be provided for less experienced operators and accident prevention via multiple User Key sets that can be stored in the console itself as well as on USB memory.
5-in/5-out GPI Interface
A 5-input/5-output GPI interface allows the QL consoles to respond to input from external switches, as well as to transmit on/off status to external devices.
Simply tap the on-screen “Help” button to access the onboard operation manual. Once loaded all essential information is available directly via the console’s display, so you won’t need to keep the printed manual with you.
|Mixing Capacity||Input Mixing Channels||64 mono + 8 stereo||32 mono+ 8 stereo|
|Local Connectors||Analog Inputs||32||16|
|Dante I/O||Primary / Secondary|
|Digital Out||1 (AES/EBU)|
|GPI||5 in / 5 out|
|Word Clock I/O||Yes|
|MIDI I/O||In / Out|
|External Redundant PSU||No|
|AC Inlet||V-Lock Type|
|Scene Memory||Number of Scenes||300|
|Fade Time||Yes (0s ~ 60s)|
|Selective Load / Save||Yes|
|Tactile Control Keys||No (on-screen)|
|Input Channel Functions||Gain Compensation||Yes|
|Digital Gain||Yes (-96dB ~ +24dB)|
|ATT||-96dB ~ 0dB|
|HPF||20Hz ~ 600Hz, -6 or -12dB/oct Selectable|
|PEQ||4 Band Full PEQ|
|Dynamics 1||Gate / Ducking / Compressor / Expander|
|Dynamics 2||Compressor / Compander-H / Compander-S / De-esser|
|Input Delay||Yes (0ms ~ 1000ms)|
|Number of Inserts||2|
|Output Channel Functions||PEQ||4 Band Full PEQ|
|Dynamics 1||Compressor / Expander / Compander-H / Compander-S|
|Number of Inserts||2|
|Premium Rack||Number of Premium Racks||8|
|Mountable Device||RND Portico5033 / RND Portico5043 / U76 / Opt-2A / EQ-1A / Dynamic EQ|
|Effect Rack||Number of Effect Racks||8|
|Number of Effect Programs||54|
|Mountable Device||Effect / 31BandGEQ / Flex15GEQ|
|GEQ Rack||Number of GEQ Racks||8|
|Mountable Device||31BandGEQ / Flex15GEQ / Dugan Automixer|
|Dante||Number of I/O Channels||64 in / 64 out||32 in / 32 out|
|Dante Patch from Console||Yes|
|Recording||USB Memory Recording||Yes|
|DVS Recording||Yes (DVS bundled)|
|Other Functions||Port to Port||Yes|
|Output Port Delay||Yes (0ms ~ 1000ms)|
|Cascade||Yes (via MY slots)|
|User Interface||Display||10 inch Touch Panel|
|Faders||32 + 2||16 + 2|
|Selected Channel Encoders||Gain, HPF, PEQ (controls for a selected band), Dynamics 1/2 (Threshold only), Pan|
|Channel Name / Color Display||Yes|
|Custom Fader Banks||Yes (customized for all faders in a lump)|
|User Defined Keys||12|
|User Defined Knobs||4 (on-screen)|
|Touch and Turn Knobb||Yes|
|Monitor Level Knob||Yes (on-screen)|
|Wooden Arm Rest||No|
|StageMix||QL StageMix(iPad app)|
|Console File Converter||Yes(Win/Mac)|
General specifications QL5/ QL1
|Sampling frequency rate||Internal||44.1kHz / 48kHz||44.1kHz / 48kHz|
|External||44.1kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm), 48kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm)||44.1kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm), 48kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm)|
|Signal delay||Less than 2.5ms, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Fs= 48kHz||Less than 2.5ms, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Fs= 48kHz|
|Fader||100mm motorized, Resolution=1024steps, +10dB to –138dB, –∞dB all faders||100mm motorized, Resolution=1024steps, +10dB to –138dB, –∞dB all faders|
|Total harmonic distortion||Less than 0.05% 20Hz-20kHz@+4dBu into 600Ω, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain= Min.||Less than 0.05% 20Hz-20kHz@+4dBu into 600Ω, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain= Min.|
|Frequency response||+0.5, -1.5dB 20Hz-20kHz, refer to +4dBu output @1kHz, INPUT to OMNI OUT||+0.5, -1.5dB 20Hz-20kHz, refer to +4dBu output @1kHz, INPUT to OMNI OUT|
|Dynamic range||112dB typ.: DA Converter / 108dB typ.: INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain = Min.||112dB typ.: DA Converter / 108dB typ.: INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain = Min.|
|Hum & noise level||Equivalent input noise||-128dBu typ., Equivalent Input Noise, Input Gain=Max||-128dBu typ., Equivalent Input Noise, Input Gain=Max|
|Residual output noise||-88dBu, Residual output noise, ST master off||-88dBu, Residual output noise, ST master off|
|Crosstalk||-100dB*1, adjacent INPUT/OMNI OUT channels, Input Gain = Min.||-100dB*1, adjacent INPUT/OMNI OUT channels, Input Gain = Min.|
|Power requirements||100-240V 50/60Hz||100-240V 50/60Hz|
|Accessories||Owner’s Manual, dust cover, power cord, DVS license sheet||Owner’s Manual, power cord, DVS license sheet|
|Options||Mini-YGDAI cards *2 , Gooseneck Lamp LA1L, Nuendo Live||Rackmount kit RK1, Mini-YGDAI cards *2 , Gooseneck Lamp LA1L, Nuendo Live|
|Others||Operating temperature range: 0 - 40℃, Storage temperature range: -20 - 60℃||Operating temperature range: 0 - 40℃, Storage temperature range: -20 - 60℃|
Analog input characteristics
|Input Connectors||GAIN||Input |
|Sensitivity*¹||Nominal||Max. before clip|
|+66dB||7.5 kΩ||50-600 Ω |
Analog output characteristics
|Defined Level||Maximum |
OUT 1-16 *7
|75 Ω||600 Ω |
|XLR-3-32 type |
|PHONES||15 Ω||8 Ω |
|-||75mW *6||150mW||Stereo Phone |
|40 Ω |
Digital input/output specifications
|Primary/Secondary||Dante||24bit or 32bit||1000Base-T||64ch Input/64ch |
|EtherCON Cat5e |
Digital output specifications
|DIGITAL OUT||AES/EBU||AES/EBU Professional Use||24bit||RS422||XLR-3-32 type (Balanced) *1 |
I/O SLOT (1-2) specifications
Each I/O Slot accepts a Mini-YGDAI card.
Only Slot 1 has a serial interfac
Control I/O characteristics
|MIDI||IN||MIDI||-||DIN Connector 5P|
|OUT||MIDI||-||DIN Connector 5P|
|WORDCLOCK||IN||-||TTL/75 Ω terminated||BNC Connector|
|OUT||-||TTL/75 Ω||BNC Connector|
|GPI (5IN/5OUT)||-||-||D Sub Connector 15P(Female) *1|
|LAMP (QL5: x 2, QL1: x 1)||-||0V-12V||XLR-4-31 type *2|
|USB HOST||USB 2.0||-||USB A Connector (Female)|
Un système compact qui mélange automatiquement jusqu'à 16 micros
Lors des conférences et discours où l'espace pour l'équipement est limité, une console compacte tout-en-un QL peut être un énorme avantage.
L'automixer intégré Dan Dugan peut automatiquement fournir une combinaison optimale de jusqu'à 16 micros.
Les événements peuvent être enregistrés directement, et les éléments pré-enregistrés peuvent être lus à partir d'un lecteur flash USB.
L'application StageMix peut fournir des possibilités de commande à distance pour encore plus d'efficacité et de commodité.
Un système simple en direct
|Ceci est un exemple de système direct simple qui fait usage du réseau Dante.|
Les unités de rack sont connectés à la console de QL via les câbles réseau.
Un système de moniteur personnel peut également être connecté à la Dante réseau via une interface adaptée.
Cette configuration permet même l'enregistrement multi-piste à un ordinateur via le réseau Dante.
Console de mixage QL dans un réseau étoile
|Dans ce système de sonorisation compact mais puissant, une console de série CL sert pour la facade pendant que l'autre console QL sert de moniteur. |
La fonction Gain Compensation signifie que le gain du préampli micro peut être contrôlé en toute sécurité à partir de la console sans interférence.
Pour une fiabilité maximale du système une configuration de réseau en étoile avec commutateurs de réseau est utilisé pour la redondance, de sorte qu'un problème dans une partie du réseau n'interrompera pas le flux du signal global.
L'enregistrement en direct sur plusieurs ordinateurs est également possible.
Les capacités du réseau sont en train de devenir fondamentales et indispensables dans le monde trépidant son numérique en live.
Les systèmes de la série QL sont constitués de consoles et de racks d’entrées/sorties séparés qui communiquent via le protocole réseau Dante ™, permettant la mise en œuvre simple et rapide d’un réseau audio extrêmement performant. La possibilité d'ajouter une carte de traitement Lake ® via les slots d'extension ajoute aussi à la polyvalence du système et son adaptation à une large gamme de besoins de mixage.
Un réseau audio rapide et flexible : Dante
La complexité et la variété des systèmes actuels de sonorisation rend vitales la rapidité de la configuration et la capacité d’adaptation.
Bien sûr, le plus haut niveau de performances sonores doit être maintenu dans le même temps. Les consoles de la série QL utilisent le protocole réseau développé par Dante Audinate pour permettre la connexion flexible de multiples unités de rack d'E / S configurées et situées selon les besoins de l'application, tout en fournissant en même temps une redondance pour une fiabilité supérieure.
Jusqu'à huit racks de convertisseurs Entrées/Sorties
|Dante supporte directement les configurations de réseau en étoile, de sorte que jusqu'à huit unités de racks d’entrées / sorties peuvent être connectés à n'importe quelle console QL tout en étant situés à l’emplacement idéal où ils sont nécessaires afin de minimiser la longueur des liaisons analogiques de signaux de faibles tensions comme les microphones. |
De simples réglages à l’aide de DIP-switches permettent de modifier la configuration du réseau selon les besoins.
Mise en oeuvre très simple
|La capacité de mettre en place même des systèmes complexes rapidement et facilement est un autre avantage de la mise en réseau Dante. |
Dans la plupart des cas les appareils sur le réseau sont reconnus et mis en place automatiquement. Et de plus, les opérations de patch qui exigent habituellement un ordinateur séparé peuvent être effectuées directement à partir de la console QL.
Redondance = Fiabilité
|Dante rend également facile d’augmenter la fiabilité du système. |
Le réseau en étoile permet l'utilisation de lignes redondantes primaires et secondaires pour chaque périphérique, pour la plus grande fiabilité dans des applications critiques.
Avec ce type de configuration, un dysfonctionnement dans un câble ou un composant réseau ne mettra pas l'ensemble du système en péril. Le spectacle aura toujours lieu.
Contrôle total des configurations Face/Retours
|Plusieurs consoles de la série QL peuvent partager le contrôle des gains du même rack d’entrées/sorties, offrant une flexibilité du système sans précédent et l'utilisation efficace des ressources du système. |
Une fonction de compensation de gain ajoute la possibilité de combiner consoles de façade et de retours. Ainsi, la modification du gain analogique par l’une des consoles ne modifie pas le niveau sur l’autre console.
Partage des ressources d'entrées/sorties avec compensation des gains
|Un inconvénient évident de relier plusieurs consoles à un seul module E / S en rack est que les ajustements de gain faites partir d'une console peuvent provoquer des changements de gain inattendu sur les autres consoles. |
La fonction Gain Compensation mis en œuvre dans les consoles de QL assure que lorsque l'étage de gain analogique est ajusté sur l'une des consoles, la compensation correspondante est automatiquement appliquée dans le domaine numérique, de sorte que le niveau envoyé par l'unité d'E / S en rack vers les consoles connectées au réseau reste constant.