Yamaha DM7 Digital Mixing System

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Yamaha DM7 Digital Mixing System

The new Yamaha DM7 somes in a few forms.  The first is the DM7 which is the larger console. the DM7C is the Compact version.  then you have the Yamaha DM7-EX which is the DM7 and a CTL-DM7 which is a DM7 controller and it connects to the side of the mixer.  then you have the DM7C-EX which is the DM7 compact with the CTL-DM7.  The CTL-DM7 comes separately where the end user would connect it once out of the box. 


The Yamaha DM7 system connects to the RIO3224 D2, and RIO1608 D2 with ease as they communicate through the Dante network.  there is no need for extra DSP units, unlike the Yamaha Rivage PM7, PM5, and PM3's.  

 DM7 Digital Mixing Console

The DM7 is a Dante-equipped versatile digital mixing console with unparalleled sound quality, ease of operation, and high reliability that make it perfect for a wide range of applications. The DM7 is configured with 24 + 4 faders and a 2 x 12” + 1 x 7” multi-touch screen.

  • Input mixing channels: 120 mono
  • Buses: 48 Mix + 12 Matrix + 2 Stereo
  • Display: 12.1" multi-touch screen x 2, 7" multi-touch screen x 1
  • Faders: 28 (12 + 12 + 4)
  • Analog I/O: 32 inputs / 16 outputs
  • Dante: 144 in / 144 out
  • AES/EBU: 2 in / 2 out (with SRC)
  • Slot: PY Slot x 1
  • USB Audio Interface: 18 in / 18 out
  • Power supply: Redundant power supply built-in
  • Power consumption: 240 W
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 793 mm x 324 mm x 564 mm (31.3" x 12.8" x 22.2")
  • Net Weight: 23.5 kg (51.8 lb)

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