Yamaha LS9 User Manual
Quick reference, Rear panel lcd display, Lpa525
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USB Memory Recorder/Player
Ethernet terminal allows communication with a PC using the control software
freely downloadable from the Yamaha website. Word clock in/out via BNC
connector with 75-ohm input termination. SPDIF digital two track audio input
and output. MIDI input and output.
Lamp connector (LS9-32)
This four-pin female XLR output jack supplies power to a separately
sold gooseneck lamp (such as the Yamaha LA5000).
These XLR-3-32 male jacks are
used mainly for the Stereo L/R,
Mono, Mix, and Matrix output.
Each output has independent
delay and phase capability for
the compensation of speaker
alignment. The maximum output
level is +24dB by default, and
changeable to +18dB.
These slots allow Yamaha optional
mini-YGDAI I/O cards to be inserted for
expanding the number of input and output
in analog or digital format as required.
When using this card for bus-cascade, the
two consoles work as one with double
inputs. (LS9-32 has 2slots, LS9-16 has a 1slot.)
These are balanced
XLR-3-31 female jacks
for the analog audio
input signal from the
microphone level to line
level. Head amplifier
gain can be stored as
High-resolution color display graphically shows the details of parameter values.
Displayed objects, icons and value curves support intuitive operation.