MTX Series

Flexible Design and a variety of Custom Control Panels

Yamaha provides a versatile range of remote control options to suit the various installation types as well as the customer's unique requirements. These range from simple wall panel remotes to fully customizable software based control for either iOS or Windows based platforms.

ProVisionaire Control ProVisionaire Control KIOSK ProVisionaire Touch ProVisionaire Touch KIOSK MCP1 DCP Wireless DCP
UI Design check   check        
Control check check check check check check check
Signal Processor MTX, MRX series check check check check check check check
Nexo Powered TD Controller NXAMPMK2 check check check check
Power AMP XMV series check check check check      
Power AMP MA/PA series           check  
Digital Mixer CL, QL, TF series check check check check      
I/O device Exi/o, R series (ADDA), Tio check check check* check*      
Speaker system VXL series "P model" check check check check      
MusicCast     check check      
Yamaha AV Receiver & Blu-ray Disk Player     check check      
Disklavier     check check      
Support OS Windows Windows iPad iPad Hardware Hardware iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android

*To be supported by Tio 1608-D next firmware update

Intuitive and simple approach to design flexible controllers

Intuitive and simple approach to design flexible controllers

ProVisionaire series provide an easy, intuitive way to create original controllers that are ideally configured for the target installation. Multiple design pages are available so that different control panels can be provided for different audio zones and/or users, with presets and parameter settings optimized for each.

No specialized programming skills are required. An intuitive interface makes it easy to create faders for volume control and switches for source selection.

Customized remote control of Yamaha PA systems

Customized remote control of Yamaha PA systems

Unlike StageMix, which is dedicated App for controlling a specific mixer, ProVisionaire Control can operate a wide range of Yamaha PA equipment such as MTX/MRX series signal processors, CL/QL/TF series digital mixers, the Rio series I/O boxes and the XMV series power amplifiers. The software programmer can define which parameters from their selection of products are to be included in the ProVisionaire Control design, thus creating a completely customized control surface for their client. ProVisionaire Control offers a total Yamaha control solution.

ProVisionaire Control basic procedure: setup to operation

ProVisionaire Control basic procedure: setup to operation

Step 1: Controller Design

Create a layout with widgets that perform the functions of faders and switches, and assign them to the required control devices.

Step 2: Check & Delivery

By using the controller function of ProVisionaire Control, use it as an actual controller to check the appearance and usability.

Step 3: Operation

Once the system is online, all compatible devices can be controlled. The tablet device can be mounted on a wall or other fixed surface, or used handheld for maximum remote control freedom and convenience.

ProVisionaire Touch

ProVisionaire Touch

This handy iPad application allows MTX/MRX system control via a Wi-Fi network. A variety of control widgets can be arranged as required to create custom control panel layouts that are ideally configured for individual systems.

*ProVisionaire Touch can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store at no charge.(Apple, iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. ).

Versatile control over a wide range of music and video content

Versatile control over a wide range of music and video content

A single iPad can be used to control a comprehensive range of music sources: CD players, NAS storage, mobile devices, Internet radio, and even piano. In addition Yamaha Blu-ray Disc Players and AV receivers. Switching videos and music sources according to the events at restaurants/banquet halls, collectively controlling the volume adjustment of the microphone and video switching at the conference room, it is possible to provide a smooth management system by using a single iPad.

Broad Support for External Controllers

MRX7-D is compatible with a wide range of external controllers, enabling simple volume adjustment and complicated control.

Flexible external control

Flexible external control

DCP controllers provide flexible external control of several functions such as preset recall, levels, and SD card playback. The series comprises of three different models that feature various configurations of switches and volume knobs.

The Wireless DCP app for iPhone or Android devices allows you to remote control the MTX/MRX series. Since the Wireless DCP has the same function as the DCP series, you can control the MTX/MRX series via your smart device at any place in the restaurants, banquet halls and so on.

Digital Control Panel - DCP Series

Digital Control Panel - DCP Series

DCP controllers are connected to MTX/MRX series by using a daisy-chain connection up to eight control panels. All three models are available in either US or EU standardized sizes, built to meet the specifications of most regions around the globe.

Digital Controller Hub - DCH8

Digital Controller Hub - DCH8

DCH8 divides the control line from host devices such as the Yamaha MTX/MRX series into up to 8 lines. It allows for a flexible system structure, with a combination of star connections and daisy chain connections as a repeater between the host device and the control panels.

DCP Series/DCH8 Connection Distance

DCP Series/DCH8 Connection Distance

It is possible to connect up to eight units of DCP controller by using daisy chain connections of up to 200m. And, it is possible to extend the connection distance by reducing the number of DCP series that are installed as below. When using 2 or 3 DCP controllers in a commercial space which has a wide floor, a simple daisy chain connection is effective. When using more than 4 DCP controllers in a wide commercial space over more that one floor, a flexible topology (combining Daisy chain and Star connections) can help to extend the "total" cable length by combining a DCP series with DCH8.

Wireless DCP

The Wireless DCP app for iPhone or Android devices allows you to remote control the MTX/MRX series. Since the Wireless DCP has the same function as the DCP series, you can control the MTX/MRX series via your smart device at any place in the restaurants, banquet halls and so on.

* Wireless DCP can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store and Google Play at no charge.(Apple, iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc.)

Digital Control Panel - DCP Series

Digital Control Panel (DCP) is a simple solution to control all the sophisticated programming of MTX/MRX processor. Let's take a closer look at the features and learn how to setup the DCPs with the MTX-MRX Editor.

Wireless DCP

Wireless DCP extends the flexibility with the use of smart devices. It provides the same functions of DCP while no cabling is required. This video will explain how to setup the Wireless DCP.

Digital Controller Hub - DCH8

DCH8 extends the flexibility of the DCP's configurations. Take a closer look to the device and learn how to connect the DCPs together with DCH8.

Wall mount control panel MCP1

Wall mount control panel MCP1

The Yamaha MCP1 is an advanced wall-mount control panel for controlling MTX and MRX systems. Its dot-matrix display and universal character support facilitates dynamic labelling in many languages including Japanese, Chinese and Arabic. Up to 36 parameters can be assigned to either the main Home page or any of the six sub pages. Any of these pages can be secured from unauthorized access by using a programmable PIN code. Up to 16 units of MCP1 can be added to an MTX/MRX system.

Wall-Mount Controller MCP1

The Yamaha MCP1 is an advanced wall-mount controller for controlling an MTX or MRX System. It allows the user to control their system remotely with more functions than a DCP and with a higher security level. This video will show you how to set up the MCP1 to the system.