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Articles July - August 2019

Touchwood Automations Invigorates Pune’s Party Scene With CINCO

Named after the Spanish word for 5, Cinco, is Pune’s all-new resto-bar and patisserie that promises to make every experience 5 times better!..... read more

THE PIANO PROJECT

Quickly rising up the ranks as one of India’s best places to live in, the city of Indore has it all – a strong sense of community, impressive infrastructure, and indeed a bustling nightlife..... read more

AHEAD OF THE CURVE

Founded in 1980 in Rutesheim, the company began by introducing Hardy Amps professional bass and guitar amplifiers. After the company burnt down completely in a fire, the company headquarters..... read more

Ahuja Radios - Major Audio Brand Distribution Network

The PALM Sound & Light awards honoured Ahuja Radios – India’s iconic brand since almost 80 years. Recognized by the country’s population as the PA brand delivering affordable technology..... read more

Mukesh Panjwani, MX MDR Technologies Ltd. - Lifetime Contribution to The Pro Audio Industry

The PALM Sound & Light awards honoured Mukesh Panjwani, CEO & Managing Director of MXMDR technologies for spearheading the mass distribution of a massive audio, video and electronic product catalog..... read more

Articles May - June 2019

THE FAMOUS STORY

Armed with a degree in Marketing and Finance and International Business from University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, and Aston University respectively, and after learning the dynamics of the Indian business world at Fanatic Sports and GVK..... read more

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Yamaha’s New PC Series Network Power Amplifiers with Dante Connectivity and Expanded Input Matrix




Yamaha has introduced its new next generation of network power amplifiers, designed to meet the challenging demands of todays installed and live sound applications. Reportedly, the new PC Series offers significant enhancements over previous models, adding Dante audio network connectivity, a powerful 20x8 input matrix, sampling rates of up to 96 kHz and a broader range of on-board digital signal processing (DSP) functions including crossovers, delays, parametric EQs, mutes and limiters.

The new amplifiers are compatible with Yamaha ProVisionaire Control/Touch software for control and monitoring via a tablet or PC, even in systems without a console or hardware controller.

Amplifier parameters and configuration settings can be set quickly either on the amplifiers’ front panel or through the dedicated ProVisionaire Amp Editor Management software.

The PC Series models deliver sampling rates of up to 96 kHz and advanced on-board digital DSP functions including crossovers, delays, parametric EQs, mutes, and limiters.

The amplifiers’ extensive processing capabilities are useful for controlling speakers and users can output equalized audio (up to four channels) to other amps by using the input matrix and Dante outputs.

A high-efficiency Class-D amp unit delivers low distortion with high efficiency to produce superb sound quality, high output, and excellent stability. The PC Series comes with power output options of 1200W (models PC412) or 600W (models PC406).

The series offers DI models, for installed sound applications, which can handle high-impedance connections, allowing them to drive multiple speakers from a single channel. They feature 3-pin block connectors for analog in and RJ45 connectors for Dante. The new D models are for touring applications, with SpeakON connectors, etherCON connectors for Dante and XLR connectors for analog in.

“The new PC series gives touring engineers and system integrators a strong foundation for building and designing the right system for their clients, in less time and with more flexibility for growth,” said Glenn Booth, director of marketing, Professional Audio, Yamaha Corporation of America. “The combination of powerful hardware, intuitive software, and network connectivity provides a consistent operational experience from system configuration to control and monitoring.”


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