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Yamaha's 96 kHz digital consoles at AES, Munich


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Yamaha DM2000 24 bit 96 kHz digital mixer

Yamaha 02R96 digital console

At 112th AES Munich Yamaha (hall 4, stand D5) focusses on the latest digital mixing consoles DM2000 and 02R96, and the LAN controllable power amps PC4800N und PC 9500N.
The DM2000 console is an affordable console featuring the digital 'standard' of 24 bits at 96 kHz for smooth, natural sound of analog recordings without the attendant disadvantages. The DM2000 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.
The Yamaha 02R96 professional digital console offers 56 channels with up to 96 kHz. The console sports eight busses, eight auxiliaries, four internal effects processors one of which for surround processing. The desk has 24 analog in- and outputs, eight omni outs, four slots for optional cards like additional analog inputs, ADAT, TDIF, AES/EBU, and more. Two units can be cascaded. Hardware controllers simplify using and editing the selected channel. The 02R96 comes with "Studiomanager" software for Mac and Windows allowing on- and offline editing.
05/2002 Pro-Music-News

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