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Yamaha MX-A5200 150wpc x 11CH Amplifier Unboxing

This is an unboxing of the new Yamaha MX-A5200 150wpc x 11CH amplifier. It features a new BTL option to deliver more power to the front channels. We discuss the design aspects, compare it to other 11CH amplifiers and pull it apart so you can see the insides. For the...

Yamaha CS 700 Improving the huddle room experience

Due for release this summer, the Yamaha CS-700 combines HD video capture with ultra-wideband audio to fulfill video, audio, and collaboration requirements in one, simple, remotely monitorable wall-mounted system. Address all your communication and collaboration...

Speakers for Commercial Installations (VXS/VXL/VXC series)

Like lighting and aroma, sound has a huge impact on the mood of any room. Creating a high-quality sonic environment not only makes the space more pleasant, but it can also have a positive influence on per-customer spending and repeat business. Yamaha VXS, VXL and VXC...

Yamaha L2 Switch “SWP2 series”

The SWP2 series network switches allow the relevant settings for stable Dante network operation (QoS, EEE, IGMP Snooping, and others) to be optimized via a single DIP switch. The inclusion of 10G uplink ports is another advantage, providing ample bandwidth for Dante...

Yamaha Achieves (Mission) Impossible!

Yamaha DZR315 and DXS18XLF loudspeakers were asked to fulfil a tough task for the Norwegian premiere of the film Mission Impossible - Fallout. It was staged 600m above sea level at the Preikestolen, a large rock outcrop in the mountains above Lysefjorden, Forsand,...

Yamaha Speakers History

Music to Your Ears Music has always been the driving force behind Yamaha's ongoing pursuit to innovate and create, and ultimately inspire our customers with the confidence that any musical challenge they take on will sound the best it possibly can. Yamaha Speakers...

Make Waves | Yamaha Music

We believe that everyone has the power to Make Waves. Yamaha Music encourages you to express your inner feelings in your own way, to positively impact everything around you and to grow, each and every day. This is our global commitment; our promise to each and every...

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 24 – Recording

This is the last chapter, and we are going to do some live recording. This can be useful for both the sound engineer and the musicians to listen back and evaluate the performance. It can be a useful rehearsal tool, or upload it to social media, or just keep it as a...

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 23 – Soundcheck

Now we've covered the theory of gain structure, EQ, dynamics, groups and effects, let's put it into practice. We have a live band coming in and we are going to do a soundcheck. Let's be reminded of everything we've talked about so far this series.

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 22 – Delay

In this chapter, we are going to experiment with tap delay. This effect can be used in a couple of different ways. The first way is to use it continuously with quite a short delay time to increase the presence or size of a sound. The other way is to emphasize...

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 21 – Reverb

In this chapter, we are going to add some reverb into the mix. This is particularly useful on vocals and solo acoustic instruments to give them a bit of a lift above the core band mix, but its use depends a lot on the acoustics of the performance venue itself.

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 20 – Output Compression

We've almost completed out mix applying EQ, compression and noise gates to their inputs, and using pan, faders and groups to adjust the blend of all the instruments and voices. Now, we are going to apply some compression to the outputs.

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 19 – Noise Gates

Noise gate is the topic for this chapter, what are they? And when are they useful? Like compressors, these were never found on a mixing console until digital mixers started to become popular in the mid 1990s.

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 18 – Compressors

In this chapter, we are looking at compressors, how and when to use them. The effect of a compressor might be subtle, but it's a very important and useful processor in pop and rock music. Once you've mastered how to use it correctly, your mix can be greatly improved.

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 17 – Sub, Mono & Matrix Outputs

Have you ever wondered what the matrix on a mixing console is used for? In this chapter, we are going to find out, and we will talk about using the mono or sub buses, too.

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 16 – Auxes

This time, we are looking at how to use the aux buses to create monitor mixes for the band on stage. Auxes are a versatile set of output buses found on most mixing consoles. They can either be mono or stereo, pre-fader or post-fader, and they all have a variable level...

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 14 – Pan

We've got setup, we've tuned the PA to suit the room, and EQed all the inputs. Now we are going to jump down a mixer to the pan and the faders. The pan position will normally stay static during a performance, but the fader is the most frequently adjusted control on a...

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 13 – EQ for Vocal Mics

This time we are going to be EQing vocal mics. The human voice is so versatile and varied amongst male and female that you might think each style will need different treatment, but actually there are just a few basic principles to be applied, and remember, for a live...

Yamaha Dante PoE Powered Speaker “VXL series P model”

The VXL1B-16P and VXL1W-16P support the "Dante" audio network, and use a slim line-array configuration, making them an easy fit perfectly for conference rooms (in the size range of 12m × 10m) that demand vocal clarity while imposing numerous constraints on space, and...

Yamaha Intelligent L2 PoE Switch “SWR2311P-10G”

The "SWR2311P-10G" is an intelligent L2 switch that provides the ideal functionality for the "Dante" digital audio network that was developed by the Audinate Corporation and is now used world-wide, allowing construction of a stable network that simplifies settings,...

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 15 – Faders & Groups

We've set input gains, high pass filters, EQs and pan. Now it's time to focus on the faders. How to balance the sound of a band and keep listening and tweaking as the performance progresses.

System Design Support Tools for Commercial Installed Sound

Yamaha provides various practical tools to enhance your system design for commecial installed sound, including product datasheet, 2D/3D design data, speaker data & software, system examples and self-training videos.

BIM Data (Revit®) for VXS/VXC/VXL Series Speakers

Yamaha distributes BIM data (Revit®) for VXS/VXC/VXL series speakers to improve your workflow in designing commercial spaces.

How To Mix Live Music Chapter 12 – EQ for Acoustic Instruments

Now we are going to start applying EQ to acoustic instruments such as guitar, violin and brass. Some of these instruments are quite sensitive and care needs to be taken to avoid feedback. Even electro acoustic guitars that is hollow-bodied guitars with built-in...

Expensive Audiophile Cables Really Do Sound Better! Enig?

Er dere enig? I've been running Audioholics for 20 years and I have a confession to make. Expensive audiophile cables do sound better! My recent research has uncovered that the more you spend on your cables, the better they sound. The theories exotic cable sellers...

Why do Audiophiles HATE Bose?

Bose is one of most recognized brands in the world. Ask anyone on the street who they think makes the best audio products, and you will likely hear Bose as their answer. So why is it that most audiophiles HATE Bose? This YouTube attempts to answer that question to...

5 Steps to Better Bass in Your Home Theater

If you want the best sounding bass in your home theater, than following our 5 Step calibration procedure can really help you achieve that. In this YT video, we discuss the following steps in detail and give some additional pointers in achieving bass nirvana as well:...

What is IMAX Enhanced Certification for Home Theater?

IMAX has been a staple in the movie theaters as the best in sound and video for over a decade. Now they want to bring that experience into the home theater realm but it's going to involve 3 things: IMAX Enhanced hardware, and content. OK that's 2 things. Ironically...

What are the Differences Between Class A, AB, G/H and D Amplifiers?

Do you wonder what terms like Class A, AB, G/H or Class D mean in audio amplifiers? Long story short, these aren't grading systems with which to judge amplifier quality, but are in fact descriptions of an amplifier's topology. Understandably, each class brings...

AC Power Considerations for Your Home Theater System

Correction: 120V * 20A = 2400 watts for 33% increase in power over a 15A line. Sorry about that error. We often get asked how much AC wall power is needed to run a typical home theater system. There are lots of factors that determine this such as the number of AV...

How to Get 5.1 Surround Sound from your Home Theater System

After visiting several friends homes that have integrated home theater systems, I started noticing a pattern. None of them were actually listening in discrete 5.1 surround sound. This was due to a variety of reasons including: using the wrong cables, not properly...

The Best AV Receivers of 2018

Best AV Receivers of 2018 We've listed our top picks for 2018 AV receivers based on performance and the latest in HD audio, video and streaming features. From the massive $4,000 13.2 Channel Denon AVR-X8500H to the $2,200 Yamaha RX-A3080 9.2 channel 3D immersive sound...
Yamaha MX-A5200 150wpc x 11CH Amplifier Unboxing

Yamaha MX-A5200 150wpc x 11CH Amplifier Unboxing

This is an unboxing of the new Yamaha MX-A5200 150wpc x 11CH amplifier. It features a new BTL option to deliver more power to the front channels. We discuss the design aspects, compare it to other 11CH amplifiers and pull it apart so you can see the insides. For the...

Yamaha CS 700 Improving the huddle room experience

Yamaha CS 700 Improving the huddle room experience

Due for release this summer, the Yamaha CS-700 combines HD video capture with ultra-wideband audio to fulfill video, audio, and collaboration requirements in one, simple, remotely monitorable wall-mounted system. Address all your communication and collaboration...

Yamaha L2 Switch “SWP2 series”

Yamaha L2 Switch “SWP2 series”

The SWP2 series network switches allow the relevant settings for stable Dante network operation (QoS, EEE, IGMP Snooping, and others) to be optimized via a single DIP switch. The inclusion of 10G uplink ports is another advantage, providing ample bandwidth for Dante...

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