Yamaha CL1 Compact Professional Digital Mixing Console - Live Sound
Yamaha CL1 DigitalMixer - Compact and Powerful
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The CL1 digital Mixer is the smallest format console in the Yamaha CL Series Mixers. Its just as powerful, but unlike the Yamaha CL5 at 72 mono inputs, and the CL3 at 64 mono inputs...The CL1 has 48 mono + 8 Stereo inputs. Another big difference between the Yamaha CL5, CL3 and CL1 is that the CL1 has 8 + 8 + 2 faders and does not have space for an iPad like the bigger brothers do. The Cl1 Display is exactly the same size as the CL5 and CL3. The number of effects, dynamics are all the same. That being said the CL series Yamaha Consoles are the most sought after consoles for live shows and churches. More and more engineers are being trained on using the console.
When asking what is the most asked for Digital mixer on big act riders , its the Yamaha. The Yamaha console is very clean sounding, and most of all its built like a tank. Its fail rate is far below any other console out there, and their warranty when it comes to issues is dealt with quickly.
You might ask your self whats the cost of a CL1, CL3, or even a CL5. Just e-mail us or call us at 1-877-477-6432 and let us know what you needed and well make sure you get an amazing discounted price on the CL Series.
From Production house discounts, to Church discounts we do it all, and we have great CL5, CL3, and CL1 package discounts as well. So if you needed a RIO3224 D2, or a RIO1608-D2 or anything else with it well make sure you get the best price on the CL Mixer package. We would love to answer any questions that you might have from assistance with a Audio design and infrastructure for your church to answering question like " Why should I buy a Yamaha over other manufactures?"
The CL series mixers are scalable. they work great with thier other CL series consoles and even the QL1 and QL5. For example you can have a CL mixer at FOH, and have a QL1 Yamaha on stage for the monitor mix. connect them all thru Dante and control it all at ant place. You can even utilize the QL1 or QL5 ins on the console as a stage box, for the CL1 FOH mixer to use.
Premium Rack Brings Studio Standards to the Live Stage
As the name implies, “virtual racks” provided in the CL series consoles let you combine signal processors you need for your application in one easily accessible location, much like traditional analog outboard racks. The new CL series Premium Rack can accommodate up to eight instances of the six expressive EQ and dynamics effects provided, including the Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5033 equalizer and Portico 5043 compressor/limiter. The ability to use some of the most highly regarded studio effects in live mixes can help you deliver unprecedented sonic quality in any venue.
Effect Rack With More Than 50 Effects
In addition to the Premium Rack described above, the CL consoles feature an Effect Rack that allows simultaneous use of up to 8 effects from a selection of 46 ambience effects and 8 insertion effects, all of outstanding quality. Although a separate EQ rack is provided for the output buses, any of the 8 effects in the Effect Rack can be replaced by graphic EQ units as needed.
32-channel Graphic Equalizer Rack
The CL consoles also feature a GEQ rack that allows graphic EQ to be inserted into the output buses as required for room equalization and other functions. Up to 16 31-band GEQ units can be mounted in the rack for simultaneous use, and those GEQ units can be individually switched to Flex15GEQ mode, effectively providing two EQ channels that allow up to 15 bands to be used at a time. With a full rack of GEQ units all functioning in Flex15GEQ mode, you have a total of 32 GEQ channels for extensive equalization capacity.
Two Ways to Record Live
CL series consoles offer two live recording solutions: convenient 2-track recording direct to USB memory, and high-performance multitrack recording to a digital audio workstation via Dante. Whether it’s for a simple web upload, a commercial release, or just material to be used for a virtual sound check the next day, you have all the recording capability you need.
Yamaha CL1 Specifications:
- Sampling Frequency:
- Internal: 44.1kHz/48kHz
- External: 44.1kHz +4.1667%,+0.1%, –0.1%, –4.0%;±200ppm / 48kHz +4.1667%, +0.1%, –0.1%, –4.0%; ±200 ppm
- Signal Delay: Less than 2.5ms, OMNI IN to OMNIOUT, Fs = 48kHz
- Fader: 100mm motorized, Resolution =1024steps,+10dB to –138dB, –8dB all faders
- Frequency Response: +0.5, –1.5dB 20Hz - 20kHz, refer to +4dBu output @ 1kHz, OMNI IN to OMNI OUT
- Total Harmonic Distortion (*1): < 0.05% 20Hz - 20kHz @ +4dBu into 600ohms, OMNI IN to OMNI OUT, Input Gain = Min.
- Hum & Noise (*2):
- 128 dBu typ., Equivalent Input Noise, Input Gain =Max.
- 88 dBu, Residual output noise, ST master off
- Dynamic Range:
- 112dB typ., DA Converter
- 108dB typ., OMNI IN to OMNI OUT, Input Gain = Min.
- Crosstalk @ 1kHz: –100dB (*3), adjacent OMNIIN/OMNI OUT channels, Input Gain=Min.
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 648 x 299 (*4 ) x 667mm
- Net Weight: 24kg (*4)
- Power Requirements (wattage):
- 170W, Internal Power Supply
- 200W, Simultaneous use of Internal PSU and External PW800W
- Power Requirements (US/Canada): 120V 60Hz
- Temperature Range:
- Operating temperature range: 0°-40°C
- Storage temperature range: –20°-60°C
- Optional Accessories:
- Meter Bridge MBCL
- Mini-YGDAI cards
- Gooseneck Lamp LA1L
- Power Supply PW800W
- Power Supply Link Cable PSL360
- *1 Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with 18dB/octave filter @ 80 kHz
- *2 Hum & Noise are measured with A-Weight filter.
- *3 Crosstalk is measured with a 30dB/octave filter @ 22 kHz
- *4 Excluded MBCL optional meter bridge.