YAMAHA DM 2000 v2

The version 2 system software is offered as an Upgrade Kit:
DM2000V2K , to be installed in the current DM2000 digital consoles in use.
Also included STUDIO MANAGER application for Windows 2000/XP and Mac OS X platforms.

euro 15,400

The Version 2 SOFTWARE for DM2000 has been created in response to the many ideas and requests Yamaha has received from valued end users. In addition to the significant overall performance enhancements, the Version 2 system Software offers a range of new features that add advanced capabilities for audio production, broadcast, and live applications.
You also get the capability to install the new optional ADD-ON EFFECTS, providing a range of effect programs in addition to the current internal effect list.

The version 2 system software is offered as an Upgrade Kit: DM2000V2K , to be installed in the current DM2000 digital consoles in use.

The Version 2 SOFTWARE UPGRADE KIT also includes a new and improved STUDIO MANAGER application for Windows 2000/XP and Mac OS X platforms.

Surround Monitor
AutoMix Static Insert
GEQ Fader Operation

Surround Monitor Patch
Fader Group Master

Version 2 Software Key Features

General New Features
  • Add-On Effect Capability
  • Automix Static Insert Edit for clip based automation
  • Fader level, Port Name on FL Display
  • Additional Settings on User Defined Keys, Encoder Mode
  • Additional Parameters on GPI and Recall Safe
Advanced DAW Integration
  • Nuendo and Cubase SX control by selected Channel Module
  • Surround pan control on Pro Tools Remote
  • MMC or P2 transport control on DAW Remote Layer.
Advanced Surround Functions
  • 6.1 Panning & Monitoring
  • Flexible Surround Bus Setup
  • Snap to SPL85
  • Additional Base Management Parameters
  • Surround Pan On / Off (by using Follow Pan switch)
  • Summed Monitoring of Surround Monitor Source
Broadcast Applications
  • Mix Minus
  • Operation Lock with password
  • Pre Fader SOLO with PAN
  • Fader / Solo Release
  • Independent L/R Oscillator (1kHz/400Hz)
Live SR / Theater Applications
  • User Assignable Layer
  • Fader Group Master
  • Mute Group Master
  • Alternative Layer control by Encoders
  • Instant group assignment with User Defined Keys
  • GEQ Fader operation
  • AUX Pre Fader Pre ON (AUX Pre Point)
  • Instant AUX monitoring (AUX/SOLO LINK)
  • Global Paste to multiple scenes
  • Global Fade Time
  • Global Recall Safe
  • Gain Reduction Meter

Studio Manager V2

The Yamaha Studio Manager gives you access to the console's parameters for either on-line or off-line control, and can manage and extensive archive of mix data, scene memory and library files, and it can be used as a medium to exchange data between the Yamaha Digital Consoles.

STUDIO MANAGER Version 2 application for Windows 2000/XP and Mac OS X platforms provide a number of enhancements . It has now become a multi-client platform that can accommodate, for example, cascaded DM2000 and various Yamaha editors such as SPX2000 editor, and realize the total recall of the settings in the connected equipment.

The STUDIO MANAGER Version 2 also integrates the GUI for ADD-ON EFFECTS.

Select Channel Window
Layer Window
Effect Patch Window

Master Fader Window
Meter Window

Studio Manager Version 2 Key Features

Overall New Features
  • Multiple hardware support
  • Multiple Editor Support
  • Multiple Window support
  • Window open/close control from the console
  • Multiple Undo capability
Layer Window
  • Hide/show blocks of parameters
    (Master fader block to be separated)
  • User Assignable Layer with Fader Group Master
  • Longer stroke meters
  • Jump to Selected channel window by double-clicking Channel ID
  • Display numeric value of fader level
Master Fader Window (NEW)
  • Online/Offline switch
Selected Channel Window
  • Long Stroke channel meter
  • Gate Type Display
Patch Editor window
  • Resizable Patch window
  • Cursor based operation
  • Effect Patch window showing both inputs and output to/from each effect block
  • List and edit Port names
Meter Window
  • All channel meter at a glance
Library Window
  • Simultaneous operation of multiple scenes/Libraries
  • Direct Recall from HDD
  • Patch Library Link to Scene Memories

Automix Library Window (new)

Surround Editor Window
  • 6.1 channel support
Effect Editor Window
  • Add-On effects GUI support

Beyond Mixing to Total Production Control

DM2000 (v2) is a production tool that also offers 96-kHz effects, advanced surround production facilities, extensive integrated DAW and machine control, computer and memory-card based data management, a flexible bus system with digital patching, inserts, and much more.

Dedicated DSP LSIs Deliver 24-bit, 96 kHz Performance
Unlike conventional equipment that achieves operation in 96K mode with reduced number of tracks, with DM2000 there is no limitation dependent on sampling frequencies - 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz or 96khz. For DM2000, 96Khz is the standard. To achieve this, no fewer than 14 newly-developed DSP7 LSIs are utilized in the mixer section with eight DSP6 LSIs for effects. These chips are designed and manufactured by YAMAHA specifically for professional audio applications, and deliver performance that stretches the limits of the most advanced technology currently available.

By way of comparison, the Yamaha 02Rdigital mixing console uses six DSP3 chips in its mixer section. A single DSP7 chip has more than four times the processing power of a DSP3. The DM2000 provides more than 9 times the processing power of 02R .... a bout 96 channels of clean, dynamic, noise-free 24-bit/96 kHz audio, plus all the additional effects and processing at 44.1 or 48 kHz.

Internal Effects Support 96kHz Processing
Yamaha included a comprehensive range of 96-kHz compatible stereo effects in the DM2000 - plus several designed specifically for surround. And you can use as many as eight individual effect processors simultaneously.

Mic-Preamps with 24-bit/96kHz On board AD/DA Conversion
All onboard A/D and D/A conversion makes use of the finest 24-bit/96kHz converters. This is particularly important in the DM2000 because it features some of the finest analog mic preamps available in any console, anywhere. The on-board converters ensure that you get an excellent digital representation of the warm, transparent output from these remarkable mic preamps. A new range of Mini-YGDAI digital and analog I/O cards also provide full 24-bit/96kHz capability.

Automation and Scene Control
While providing full automation of virtually all console parameters, DM2000 features smooth and quiet touch-sensitive, 100mm motorized faders that make writing and updating automated mixes faster and more intuitive And all automation data is recorded at 1/4-frame accuracy to ensure excellent precision.

Complete Surround Solution
DM2000 provides everything required for a complete surround solution. All the facilities you need for surround processing, panning and monitoring - including joystick - are provided as standard equipment. The joystick is the perfect (and generally preferred) tool for smooth, continuous positioning of 5.1 surround sound for DVDs or other surround media. It includes a downmix matrix which can deliver 3-1(LCRS) and stereo mixes while you are burning a 5.1 surround mix to DVD, bass management, and speaker alignment facilities for optimum speaker system tuning. The DM2000 will even handle multiple 5.1 stem mixes with ease.

96 Channels in 4 Layers
The DM2000's 24 precision 100-millimeter motorized channel faders,can be instantaneously layer-switched to control any of 96 channels. So you have 96 channels in the space of 24. All operations can be carried out without having to move away from the monitoring "sweet spot".

Patching Flexibility
All available inputs, outputs, effects, and channel inserts can be assigned to any of the console's channels or outputs via the DM2000's versatile, easy-to-use digital patching system. For example, any of the 8 effect processors can be assigned to an auxiliary buss for send-type operation, or inserted directly into any input channel as required. A direct out function also allows the signal from any of the 96 input channels to be routed directly to any digital or analog output in the system.

Further, a 22 by 8 (4-stereo) matrix mix system in DM2000 can be used to provide cue monitor mixes, downmix monitoring for surround production, or zone level control for sound reinforcement applications.

The flexible patching system allows 30 of DM2000's busses - eight record/subgroup busses, 12 auxiliary sends, L/R stereo bus, and four stereo matrix busses - to be assigned to any available output connector.

I/O Expandability and Plug-in Capability
The DM2000's real I/O versatility comes in the form of six Mini-YGDAI expansion slots. The expansion slots are 24-bit/96-kHz compatible, so you can select I/O and processing cards to provide the input/output configuration and processing capabilities that are perfect for your needs. Whether you need digital I/O in ADAT, TASCAM, or AES/EBU format, or extra analog I/O capability, the appropriate Mini-YGDAI cards are available. Apogee's high-performance A/D and D/A cards are supported, as is the Waves Y56K effects plug-in card.

Flexible and Expandable for any Application
In addition to its built-in analog and digital inputs and outputs, DM2000 provides six mini-YGDAI slots that will accept a wide range of I/O and effects plug-in cards. And if 96 channels aren't enough to handle your application, dedicated cascade ports allow two DM2000s to function effectively as one very large digital mixing system - providing a maximum of 192 input channels.
Integrated DAW Control
The DM2000 has been designed to integrate with leading digital audio workstations to create a complete production and mixing environment. Extensive support for Digidesign's Pro Tools system provides full control of mixing and processing parameters, as well as transport/track-arming control and access to editing functions, directly from the DM2000 control surface.

Support for Steinberg's Nuendo DAW is also under development.

Fader & Encoder Mode
The FADER MODE keys allow the DM2000's faders to be instantaneously switched between fader and auxiliary/matrix level control, while the ENCODER MODE keys assign the console's rotary encoders for pan, send level, and other assignable control functions.

Display Control
The DISPLAY ACCESS keys determine which type of data will be shown on the DM2000's LCD panel: digital inputs and outputs, channel parameters, utility functions ... a total of 12 selectable categories are provided here, in addition to the DISPLAY keys provided for each of the DM2000's control sections. This approach minimizes the need to scroll through on-screen lists when you need access to a particular type of data. Below the DISPLAY ACCESS keys are a group of EFFECTS/PLUG-IN keys that can be used to instantly bring the parameters for any of the eight simultaneously-assignable effects to the display. Editing and selection of on-screen parameters is easy, too, via encoders located immediately below the display.

Selected Channel Section
The SELECTED CHANNEL controls are the hands on channel controls for the currently selected input and output channel, with analog-style buttons and knobs for direct, easy access to every single parameter.

Need to adjust the high-mid frequency a little? Just grab the HIGH-MID encoder and turn. And while we're on the subject of EQ, note that individual numeric displays are provided for each of the four EQ bands, displaying precise frequency and dB values immediately below the encoders so you don't have to refer to the LCD display. The SELECTED CHANNEL section also offers a number of extra functions - such as the ability to copy and paste settings from one channel to another . All of the sub-sections within the SELECTED CHANNEL section also feature DISPLAY keys that instantly bring the corresponding parameters up on the LCD display.

Monitor Section
Whether you use the DM2000 in a single room or in a full-blown studio layout with isolated studio and control room, it provides all the monitor routing and control. You have separate, multiple source selectors for the studio and control room sends, solo capability with "SOLO CONTRAST" control, separate source selectors and level control for surround monitoring, MONO folddown, a DIMMER switch, small monitor selector, and a TALKBACK section complete with slate capability. The DM2000 also offers advanced surround monitoring capability.

Scene Memory
It's here that you can store all console parameters as a new scene, or instantly recall previously-stored scenes. A numeric display right next to the STORE, RECALL, and UP/DOWN keys shows the current scene number - 01 through 99. Additional scene memories can be managed via memory cards or a computer running the supplied Studio Manager software. Like most other control sections, a DISPLAY key brings all scene parameters up on the LCD display panel.

Without even looking at the display you can write and enable automation for the console's faders, channel on/off switching, panning, surround positioning, aux levels and on/off switching, and EQ.

User Defined Keys
These 16 keys can be assigned to control any functions you choose. You could, for example, individually mute surround monitor speakers, directly recall scene memories, etc. When the ProTools Remote Layer mode is selected, the USER DEFINED KEYS are automatically assigned to ProTools control functions by default.

Machine Control
Since the DM2000 will almost certainly be used with some sort of multitrack recorder - tape, hard-disk, or DAW - it has been provided with a comprehensive range of facilities for external machine control. Both Sony 9-pin (P2) and MMC protocols are supported, and control can be switched between MTR and master target machines.
Channel Strips
The 24 channel strips on the DM2000 panel provide access to the most essential operations for the corresponding channels. Depending on the currently selected layer, the channel strips will control channels 1 through 24, 25 through 48, 49 through 72, or 73 through 96. Also the channel faders and encoders will function according to the settings in the FADER MODE and ENCODER MODE sections. In addition to a fader and rotary encoder, each channel strip includes a channel ON/OFF key, a SOLO key, and AUTO key to turn mix automation on or off for that channel, and a SEL key which assigns the channel as the console's "Selected Channel". Detailed control for the currently selected channel - dynamics, EQ, buss assignment, panning and surround positioning, aux/matrix sends, delay, and phase/insert - is available via the SELECTED CHANNEL controls.

Master & Layer Section
In addition to the master stereo fader with its own ON, SEL and AUTO keys, the master section includes keys for input channel layer selection (Master Layer 1-24, 25-48, 49-72, 73-96) as well as selectors for four remote control layers.

Data Entry
Large cursor, INC/DEC, and enter keys are complemented by a data entry dial that lets you spin in values quickly and easily. The data entry dial also doubles as a shuttle/scrub dial for recorder or DAW control. A PC-compatible computer keyboard can also be directly connected to the rear-panel keyboard connector for extra data entry ease and convenience.

Analog Input Section
The DM2000 features 24 high-performance head amplifiers for microphone or line input (AD-DA 24-bit/96 kHz). 48-volt phantom power for condenser microphones is individually switchable for each input, trim controls and pad switches facilitate optimum level matching with the source, and switchable inserts make it easy switch external analog processing gear into or out of the pre-A/D signal path.

Meter Bridge
The MB2000 Peak Meter Bridge is a complete level-monitoring station for the DM2000. 48 12-segment level meters can be used individually or in pairs to display pre-EQ, pre-fader, or post-fader input channel signal levels. The same meters can also display levels on the console's eight buses, 12 auxiliary sends, and four stereo matrix buses. A separate 32-segment stereo meter is provided for the main stereo program. The MB2000 also features a time-code display for complete, centralized visual monitoring.

Rear Panel
Balanced XLR and TRS connectors are provided for all 24 inputs, and rather than the common single TRS jacks for unbalanced insert send and return, each input channel features independent balanced send and return jacks (insert switches are provided on the console). Then there are balanced analog studio, stereo, control room, and monitor outputs as well as eight balanced "omni" bus outputs. Two analog 2-track inputs are also provided - one balanced and one unbalanced. Other connectors. Digital I/O is provided via digital 2-track inputs and outputs featuring both AES/EBU and coaxial connectors.
On-board sample rate conversion allows CD players and other digital sources connected to the digital input to be monitored or routed to an input channel without having to be synchronized to the system clock. A wide range of synchronization and control options are available via word clock inputs and outputs, SMPTE and MTC time code inputs, MIDI connectors, a keyboard connector, and both serial and USB "to host" connectors. Cascade in and output connectors allow two DM2000 consoles to be cascaded to provide up to 192 channels.

Memory Card Data Storage
All automix and scene data can be saved to memory cards and transferred and simply archived or transferred to another DM2000. A mix you make in one studio can, for example, be instantly replicated in another so you don't have to spend time manually setting up parameters to achieve the same results.
Studio Manager Software includes
Console Window
Almost a complete virtual mixer, this display shows the primary DM2000 channel parameters "in-line", as they would appear on an analog console. This is a comprehensive overview designed for fast, efficient editing of the most essential mix elements.

System Setup dialog
This display includes all the basic setup parameters for the DM2000. Here's where you'll define your production "environment".

Selected Channel Window
Similar to the SELECTED CHANNEL section on the DM2000 console, this display includes all parameters for the currently selected channel: level, buss assignments, sends, gate, compressor, equalization, delay, and more.

Patch Editor Window
When you add several Mini-YGDAI expansion cards to the DM2000 to create the input/output configuration you need, input and output patching can become an issue. The Patch Editor display makes patch assignments easy with an easy-to-use matrix type visual interface.

Effect Editor Window
The DM2000's internal effects include an extensive range of editable parameters so the effects can be precisely customized for your requirements. The Effect Editor brings all related parameters for the selected effect together in a comprehensive display to make detailed editing.

Surround Editor Window
When the console is being used in surround mode the Surround Editor display can facilitate surround positioning of individual tracks.

Library Window
The DM2000's dynamics, EQ, and effect libraries are tool for managing frequently-used setups. The Studio Manager Memory Management display makes operation easier.

GEQ Editor Window
Here you can set up any of the DM2000's six graphic equalizers via a fully graphic interface that displays both the virtual graphic equalizer sliders and the resulting response graph.

Timecode Counter Window
Displays current SMPTE time code in hours, minutes, seconds, and frames.

Internal Signal Processing 32-bit (Accumulator 58-bit)
Sampling Frequency Internal
44.1 kHz,48 kHz,88.2 kHz,96 kHz
Normal rate 44.1 kHz-10% - 48 kHz+6%
Double rate 88.2 kHz-10% - 96 kHz+6%
Signal Delay Less than 2.3 ms CH INPUT to STEREO OUT
(@Sampling frequency = 48 kHz)
Less than 1.2 ms CH INPUT to STEREO OUT
(@Sampling frequency = 96 kHz)
Fader motorized, touch sensitive: 100mm x 25
Fader Resolution +10--96,-dB(256steps/100mm) input faders
0--130,-dB(256steps/100mm) master faders, stereo fader
Total Harmonic
Input Gain = Min.
Less than 0.05% 20Hz to 20 kHz @+14dB into 600Ω
Less than 0.01% 1 kHz @+18dB into 600Ω
CH INPUT to STEREO OUT (@Sampling frequency=48kHz)
Less than 0.05% 20Hz to 40 kHz @+14dB into 600Ω
Less than 0.01% 1 kHz @+18dB into 600Ω
CH INPUT to STEREO OUT (@Sampling frequency=96kHz)
Frequency Response 0.5,-1.5dB 20Hz - 20 kHz @+4dB into 600Ω
CH INPUT to STEREO OUT(@Sampling frequency=48 kHz)
0.5,-1.5dB 20Hz - 40 kHz @+4dB into 600Ω
CH INPUT to STEREO OUT(@Sampling frequency=96 kHz)
Dynamic Range
(maximum level to noise level)
110dB typ. DA Converter (STEREO OUT)
108dB typ. AD+DA (to STEREO OUT)
Hum & Noise*

Rs = 150W
Input Gain = Max.
Input Pad = 0dB
Input Sensitivity = -60dB
-128dB Equivalent Input Noise.
(20Hz~20 kHz)
-94dB residual output noise. STEREO OUT

-94dB (98dB S/N) STEREO OUT
STEREO fader at nominal level and
all CH INPUT faders at minimum level
STEREO fader at nominal level and
one CH INPUT fader at nominal level
Maximum Voltage Gain 74dB CH INPUT (CH1-24) to STEREO OUT / OMNI (BUS) OUT
74dB CH INPUT (CH1-24) to OMNI (AUX) OUT (via pre input fader)
(via STEREO bus)
Crosstalk (@1 kHz) 80dB adjacent input channels (CH1-24)
80dB input to output.
Power Requirements U/C 120V 300W 60Hz
H    230V 300W 50Hz
B    230V 300W 50Hz
Dimensions Height 257mm (including LCD)
Depth  821mm
Width  900mm
Net Weight 43kg
Operating free-air temperature range 10-35°C
Storage temperature range -20-60°C
* Hum & Noise are measured with a 6dB/octave filter @12.7 kHz;
equivalent to a 20 kHz filter with infinite dB/octave attenuation.
* Input Gain = Min.
* Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with a 6dB/octave filter @80kHz
Effect libraries (EFFECT1-8) Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
52 (EFFECT3-8 :43)
Compressor libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
Gate libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
EQ libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
Channel libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
GEQ libraries (EQ1-6) Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
Surround Monitor libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
Input patch libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
Output patch libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
Bus to stereo libraries Number of factory presets
Number of user libraries
GAIN Actual Load
For Use With
Input level Connector in Console
Sensitivity*1 Nominal Max. before clip
0 -60dB 3KΩ 50-600Ω Mics


600Ω Lines
B:Phone Jack (TRS) (Balanced) *3
26 -16dB -26dB
INSERT IN 1-24 10kΩ 600Ω Lines -6dB
Phone Jack (TRS)
2TR IN ANALOG 1(L,R) 10kΩ 600Ω Lines +4dB
Phone Jack
2TR IN ANALOG 2(L,R) 10kΩ 600Ω Lines -10dB
*1. Sensitivity is the lowest level that will produce an output of +4dB (1.23V) or the nominal output
level when the unit is set to maximum gain. (all faders and level controls are maximum position.)
*2. XLR-3-31 type connectors are balanced. (1/Sleeve = GND, 2/Tip = HOT, 3/Ring = COLD)
*3. Phone jacks are balanced. (Tip = HOT, Ring = COLD, Sleeve = GND)
  • In these specifications, when dB represents are specific voltage, 0dB is referenced to 0.775 Vrms.
  • For 2TR IN ANALOG 2 levels, 0dBV is referenced to 1.00 Vrms.
  • All 24 AD converters (CH1-24) are 24 bit linear,128times oversampling.
  • +48V DC (phantom power) is supplied to CH INPUT (1-24) XLR type connectors via each individual switch.
Actual Source
For Use With
Output level
Connector in Console
Nominal Max. before clip
Stereo Out (L,R) 600Ω 10kΩ Lines - -10dBV(0.316V) +4dBV(1.58V) RCA Pin Jack
150Ω 600Ω Lines - +4dB(1.23V) +18dB(6.16V) XLR-3-32 type
150Ω 10kΩ Lines - +4dB(1.23V) +18dB(6.16V) Phone Jack (TRS)
C-R MONITOR OUT LARGE (L,R) 150Ω 600Ω Lines - +4dB(1.23V) +18dB(6.16V) XLR-3-32 type
C-R MONITOR OUT SMALL (L,R) 150Ω 600Ω Lines - +4dB(1.23V) +18dB(6.16V) XLR-3-32 type
OMNI OUT 1-8 150Ω 10kΩ Lines +18dB
+4dB(1.23V) +18dB(6.16V) Phone Jack (TRS)
+4dB -10dB(0.245V) +4dB(1.23V)
600Ω 10kΩ Lines - +4dB(1.23V) +18dB(6.16V) Phone Jack (TRS)
- 4mW 25mW Stereo Phone Jack (TRS) (Unbalanced)*3
- 12mW 75mW
*1. XLR-3-32 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD)
*2. Phone jack are balanced. (Tip = HOT, Ring = COLD, Sleeve = GND)
*3. PHONES stereo phone jack is unbalanced.
(Tip = LEFT, Ring = RIGHT, Sleeve = GND)
  • STEREO OUT [L,R], 0dBV is referenced to 1.00 Vrms.
  • In these specifications, when dB represents are specific voltage, 0dB is referenced to 0.775 Vrms.
  • All output (except INSERT OUT 1-24) DA converters are 24 bit, 128times oversampling.
Terminal Format Data length Level Connector in Console
2TR IN DIGITAL 1 AES/EBU 24 bit RS422 XLR-3-31 type (balanced)*2
2 AES/EBU 24 bit RS422 XLR-3-31 type (balanced)*2
3 IEC-60958 24 bit 0.5Vpp/75Ω RCA Pin Jack
CASCADE IN - - RS422 D-SUB Half Pitch Connector 68P (Female)
*1. XLR-3-31 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD)
Terminal Format Data length Level Connector in Console
24 bit*3 RS422 XLR-3-31 type (balanced)*4
24 bit*3 RS422 XLR-3-31 type (balanced)*4
3 IEC-60958*2
24 bit*3 0.5Vpp/75Ω RCA Pin Jack


- RS422 D-SUB Half Pitch Connector 68P (Female)
*1. channel status of DIGITAL OUT 1,2
sampling rate
:2 audio channels
:depends on the internal configuration
*2. channel status of DIGITAL OUT 3
category code
copy prohibit
clock accuracy
sampling rate
: 2 audio channels
: 2 channel PCM encoder/decoder
: NO
: NO
: Level II (1000 ppm)
: depends on internal configuration
*3. dither : word length 16 - 24 bit
*4 XLR-3-32 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD)


Y96K - NEW! 96kHz plug-in DSP card
MY16-mLAN - NEW! 16-channel digital audio and MIDI interface on mLAN (IEEE1394)
ADD-ON EFFECTS Yamaha introduces the unique and valuable effect programs specifically designed for the Digital Consoles.
AD824 8 channel A/D MIC preamplifier
DA824 8 channel D/A converter
MY8AD96 24-bit, 96 kHz eight-channel line-level analog input card (25-pin D-sub connector)
MY8DA96 24-bit, 96 kHz eight-channel analog output card (25-pin D-sub connector)
MY8AE96 Eight-channel AES/EBU digital format I/O (25-pin D-sub connector)
MY8AE96S Eight-channel AES/EBU digital format I/O with sample rate conversion. (25-pin D-sub connector)
MY8AE Eight AES/EBU digital format I/O on a 25-pin D-Sub connector
MY8AT Eight ADAT digital format I/O (optical connectors)
MY8TD Eight TDIF digital format I/O (25-pin D-Sub connector)
MY8AD Eight 20-bit analog inputs on balanced 1/4" connectors
MY4AD Four 24-bit analog inputs on XLR connectors
MY4DA Four 20-bit analog outputs on XLR connector
MY16AT 16-channel ADAT fomat I/O
MY16AE 16-channel AES/EBU format I/O
MY16TD 16-channel TDIF format I/O
Y56K Waves Plug-in Effects Card
AP8DA Eight Apogee 24-bit analog outputs (25-pin D-sub connector)
AP8AD Eight Apogee 24-bit analog inputs (25-pin D-sub connector)
MB2000 Peak Meter Bridge for DM2000
LA1800 Light Gooseneck
SP2000 Wood Side Panels for DM2000

Available Mini-YGDAI card specifications
Maker Model Function IN OUT Format Res / Freq Connector Note
Yamaha MY8-AT Digital I/O 8 8 ADAT 24 bit 44.1/48 kHz Toslink x 2 Can handle 24 bit/96 kHz by double channel mode
MY8-AE Digital I/O 8 8 AES/EBU 24bit 44.1/48kHZ D-sub 25pin Can handle 24 bit/96 kHz by double channel mode
MY8-TD Digital I/O 8 8 TDIF 24bit 44.1/48kHZ D-sub 25pin Can handle 24 bit/96 kHz by double channel mode
MY8-AD24 A to D In 8 - - 24bit 44.1/48kHZ TRS x 8 Replacing MY8-AD (20 bit 44.1/48 kHz)
MY4-AD A to D In 4 - - 24bit 44.1/48kHZ TRS x 8
MY4-DA D to A Out - 4 - 20bit 44.1/48kHZ XLR x 4
8 8 IEEE
24bit 44.1/48kHZ 1394 6pin Maximum 5 Nodes
MY8-AD96 A to D In 8 - - 24bit 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz D-sub 25pin
MY8-DA96 D to A Out - 8 - 24bit 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz D-sub 25pin
MY8-AE96S Digital I/O 8 8 AES/EBU 24bit 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz D-sub 25pin Sampling Rate Converter for Input, 3 cards max. with DM2000
MY8-AE96 Digital I/O 8 8 AES/EBU 24bit 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz D-sub 25pin
Third Party
Maker Model Function IN OUT Format Res/Freq Connector Note
Waves Y56K Effect & I/O 8 8 ADAT 24bit 44.1/48kHZ Toslink x 2 Check instructions for multiple use
Apogee AP8AD A to D In 8 - - 24bit 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz D-sub 25pin Check instructions for multiple use
AP8DA D to A out - 8 - 24bit 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz D-sub 25pin Check instructions for multiple use
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advanced technologic sound magazine
2004 september issue 129

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