A new flagship mixing console, the Rivage PM10, is being showcased at IBC2015, where it will be offered in one-to-one demonstrations by Yamaha technical staff.
Also on demonstration is the established CL and QL ranges of digital consoles, both of which feature many broadcast-friendly features, claimed the company. These include 5.1 Surround panning, Surround monitoring, mix minus, and frame delay.
Yamaha’s new TF range of digital consoles are also on show. With features aimed at new users and experienced professionals alike, but at a lower price point, the TF range is ideal for community, hospital, internet and other broadcast situations where budgets are tight, said Yamaha.
Complementing the consoles on the Yamaha stand are the new RMio64D Dante/MADI converter and the RSio64-D Dante/Mini-YGDAI interface.
The RMio64-D converts between Dante and MADI formats, and vice versa. It offers built-in sample rate convertors to enable users to simply ‘connect and forget’ without having to worry about noise, dropouts or any other word clock issues, according to the company.
The RSio64-D converts between Dante and Yamaha’s Mini-YGDAI card formats for up to 64 inputs and 64 outputs.
It includes four Mini-YGDAI slots to host cards for a wide variety of input/output formats, as well as processing functions that can be connected to a Dante network for many applications.
The RSio64-D also supports remote setup from CL and QL series consoles.