Central Management of Multiple Sound Systems from a Single Processor
Sound system requirements for corporate conference rooms, educational facilities, shopping malls, and a variety of other environments are becoming increasingly large and complex. The MRX7-D offers outstanding control efficiency and flexibility for a broad spectrum of audio installations.
Because the MRX7-D's design architecture is freely configurable, it allows an audio engineer to create a unique solution for the customer which can incorporate many unique processing components and maximize the use of available DSP. Having built in Dante connectivity, it also allows audio systems to take advantage of the many other Dante enable products on the market including Yamaha's wide range of Digital Mixers.
Flexible & Expandable
The MRX7-D takes full advantage of the globally adopted Dante networking technology. Dante is a true digital network that increases the flexibility and expandability of an audio system while helping to reduce the cost. It can handle and distribute high numbers of audio channels over long distances to many devices on the network simultaneously. With so many Dante enable devices available, such as microphones, processors, digital mixers and amplifiers, it is the ideal choice for medium to large scale system designs.
Yamaha provides a wide range of remote control options
From a customer perspective, the ability to access simple control of their audio system is crucial, no matter how sophisticated that system is. For this reason, Yamaha provides a wide range of remote control options. These include simple DCP wall panels with wireless equivalents that can operate from an iOS or Android phone or tablet. Then, there is more sophisticated MCP1 programmable wall mount controller, PGM1 advanced paging station microphone and the fully customizable ProVisionare Touch and ProVisionaire Control Apps for iOS tablets and Windows devices respectively.
MTX/MRX series are designed primarily for multi-zone commercial installation and are equipped with flexible processing functions that are essential to a wide variety of application. This is an introduction to Yamaha’s MTX and MRX DSP processor.
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.
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