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.
MTX Overview 1
This video will give an introduction to the Yamaha MTX Series (MTX3, MTX5-D).
MTX Overview 2
A further look to the Yamaha MTX Series (MTX3, MTX5-D) as well as a guide to the simple editing software MTX-MRX Editor.
The Dan Dugan algorithm clearly share the mic gain between the microphone without any audible signs of gating or other artefacts. We will take a further look into the Dan Dugan Automixer or MTX/MRX processors.
MRX7-D has clever matrix system called a Room Combiner which manages the audio zones inside venue like ballrooms or conference halls. We will take a further look into the function.
FBS ( Feedback Suppressor )
This video will explain how the FBS on MRX and MTX processor works to prevent feedback effectively.
AEC ( Acoustic Echo Canceller )
In remote conferencing situations, speech from the remote location emanating from the local speaker can be picked up by the local microphone and returned to the remote location in addition to the local speech. The AEC component can prevent this problem effectively. Let’s see how it works.
Yamaha’s Speech Privacy component inside the MRX7-D can prevent confidential conversation spilled out in public place and also reduce the amount of interference caused by conversation around. Let’s see how it works.
Introduction of Remote Control
MTX/MRX system provides a various solutions of the remote control. This video will give a brief introduction to these solutions.
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.
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.
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.
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.
01 How to setup and create RCSL file with MTX-MRX Editor
ProVisionaire Touch is a powerful remote control solution of MTX/MRX that allows user to customise the user interface completely. Let's take a closer look to the features and learn how to setup and create RCSL file with MTX-MRX Editor.
02 How to design the user interface
ProVisionaire Touch is a powerful remote control solution of MTX/MRX that allows to user to customise the user interface completely. Let's learn how to design the user interface.
03 How to assign parameters and get provisionaire touch online
ProVisionaire Touch is a powerful remote control solution of MTX/MRX that allows to user to customise the user interface completely. Let's learn how to get online with the MTX/MRX processor.
04 More features of ProVisionaire Touch
ProVisionaire Touch allows user to control various Yamaha products, including the Blue-ray players and CD players/AV Receivers with MusicCast enabled, as well as "Disklavier Enspire" reproducing pianos. Let's take a further look at the features of ProVisionaire Touch.
Yamaha's PGM1/PGX1 are paging stations that can be used with the MTX5-D or MRX7-D. It can be networked via a Dante Network and using Power Ethernet or PoE. This video will show you how to set up the paging station to the system.
Dante is an audio networking technology developed by Audinate. Dante devices on the same network automatically detect each other. This can make setting up a system simpler and thus reduce complexity and potential errors. In this sense, Dante can be thought of as a plug-and-play network technology.
This guide focuses on network design rather than the basic specifications of individual products and Dante network.
This document describes general instructions to connect Yamaha Dante devices with 3rd-party non-Dante AES67 devices.