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  • Page 1 PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner's Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1. Introduction ................. . .  ...
  • Page 3 7.4. INPUT REDUNDANCY.............. ...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    1. Introduction Thank you for purchasing a Yamaha PC-D/DI series power amplifier (see lineup table below). This product is a power amplifier used for fixed installations such as a hall or church, or for speeches or live events indoor or outdoor.
  • Page 5: Features

    This explains all items necessary for setup and operation. • ProVisionaire Amp Editor Setup Guide (HTML) This explains how to use the ProVisionaire Amp Editor software to control this product from a computer. 2 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 6: About Provisionaire Amp Editor

    NOTE • It will be necessary to update other devices depending on the version of each device in the Dante network. For details, refer to the firmware compatibility chart provided on the above Yamaha website. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 3...
  • Page 7: Signal Processing In The Pc-D/Di Series

    Reducing the volume does not change the maximum output. For example on the PC412-D if you set amp gain to 32 dB, the maximum output will be 1200W and the input sensitivity will be +10 dBu (when speaker impedance is 8Ω).
  • Page 8: Panel Descriptions

    Use these keys to select the channel that you want to operate (channel A, B, C, or D). The indicators show the status of the output to the speakers. Indication Status Green A signal above -60 dBFS is being output Yellow Limiter is applied Red (lit) Mute is ON PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 5...
  • Page 9: Rear Panel

    Connect the included power cord. Connect the power cord to the unit, and then connect the power plug to an electrical outlet. When connecting the power cord, insert it all the way, and then twist it clockwise until you hear the click. When 6 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 10 • To prevent electromagnetic interference, use STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cables. For STP cables, use conductive tape to securely connect the metal portion of the connector to the shielded portion of the cable. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 7...
  • Page 11 ● PC-D series These are XLR-3-31 type balanced jacks that input an analog signal to each channel. ● PC-DI series These are Euroblock 3-pin jacks that input an analog signal to each channel. 8 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 12: Preparations

    Fit the filter elements into the brackets of the unit; then attach grill "L" to the left side of the unit’s front panel and attach grill "R" to the right side of the front panel. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 9...
  • Page 13 3. Preparations NOTE • To prevent the grills from being lost, you can attach the grills to the ventilation openings using a cable tie or something similar. 10 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 14: Connections

    Use rod terminals whose conductor section is as shown below. 5.08 mm Euroblock 6-pin External diameter 1.6 mm or less, and length approximately 7 mm (such as the AI0, 5-6WH made by the Phoenix Contact company) PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 11...
  • Page 15: Connections Using The [Gpi In / Out] Connectors

    Use rod terminals whose conductor section is as shown below. External diameter 1.3mm or less, and length approximately 5mm (such as the AI0, 5-6WH made by the Phoenix Contact company) 12 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 16: Speaker Cable Selection

    Load impedance (Ohms) Cable Maximum cable length (m) 2.5mm (AWG 13) (AWG 11) (AWG 9) NOTE • The Euroblock connectors of the PC-DI series should be used with AWG24 (0.2sq)–AWG8 (8sq) cables. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 13...
  • Page 17: Speaker Connections

    CH D- CH C+ CH C+ CH C- CH C- WARNING Do not touch the pins of unused channels, or allow them to short. High voltage is present even at unused pins. 14 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 18 CH C- CH C- EURO D CH D+ CH D- WARNING Do not touch the pins of unused channels, or allow them to short. High voltage is present even at unused pins. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 15...
  • Page 19: High Impedance Connections (Pc-Di Series Only)

    * In consideration of impedance variance in the primary side of the transformer, future change in transformer tap, and future addition of speakers, we recommend that you allow a margin of about 20%. ■ High-impedance connection example 16 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 20: Power Supply Connection

    • Turning the unit on and off in rapid succession by connecting and disconnecting the power plug can cause it to malfunction. After turning the unit off by disconnecting the power plug, wait for at least five seconds before reconnecting the power plug to turn the unit on. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 17...
  • Page 21: Switching The Power Between Standby/On

    * When this product is connected to an AC outlet, it is in standby mode, and a small amount of current is flowing. If you will not be using this product for an extended period of time, be sure to disconnect the power supply plug from the AC outlet. 18 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 22: Panel Operations

    Turn the main knob to make a selection. When you press the main knob to confirm, the value is updated and also applied to the sound. 4. For a selection-type parameter, press the main knob to confirm the edit. ]Press the (back) key to move to the previous screen. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 19...
  • Page 23: Home Screen

    This indicates that panel lock is enabled. ⑥ E symbol When you recall a preset and then edit a parameter, an E symbol is shown. ⑦ Channel name This shows the name assigned by CHANNEL NAME. 20 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 24 AMP SETTINGS page • LOAD MONITORING page ● To switch pages Use the [∧][∨] keys to switch pages. ● To access the MENU screen In the HOME screen, press the [HOME/MENU] key. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 21...
  • Page 25: Matrix/Router Page

    Use the channel select keys to select the channel that you want to operate, and then turn the main knob to change the volume. If you select multiple channels, the channels will be linked, and you can change the volume while maintaining the difference between the channels. 22 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 26: User Eq Page

    The EQ setting screen appears in the channel-linked state.en ① Channel This shows the linked channel names. If all four channels are linked this indicates "ALL." NOTE • Link is defeated when you leave the EQ screen. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 23...
  • Page 27: User Delay Page

    Use the channel select keys to select the channel that you want to operate, and then press the main knob to access the USER DELAY screen. If you select multiple channels, the channels will be linked, and you can change the delay time while maintaining the difference between the channels. 24 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 28: Speaker Processor Page

    This shows the name of the speaker preset for the recalled speaker. Use the channel select keys to select the channel that you want to operate, and then press the main knob to access the SP LIBRARY screen. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 25...
  • Page 29: Amp Settings Page

    ② Impedance This shows the measured impedance. Use the channel select keys to select the channel that you want to operate, and then press the main knob to access the LOAD MONITORING screen. 26 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 30: Menu Screen

    ](back) key several times or long-press it. 5.13. Alert screen If an abnormality occurs in the PC-D/DI series unit, the display shows an alert message. For details on each alert, refer to "Message List." PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 27...
  • Page 31: Amp Preset Screen

    Up to 32 user presets can be stored in the unit; you can recall or delete them, edit their title, or specify their protect setting. A protected amp preset is indicated by a lock symbol. ● Factory preset A: 4in-4out ● Factory preset B: 2in-4out 28 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 32 Turn the main knob to select the amp preset that you want to operate, and press the main knob to confirm. A screen for selecting the operation appears. WARNING For safety, do not input sound while recalling an amp preset. The volume might change significantly. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 29...
  • Page 33: Recall

    OK to confirm the title, or select CANCEL to cancel input. You can’t overwrite onto an amp preset that is protected. 6.3. CLEAR This erases a saved amp preset. You can’t erase an amp preset that is protected. 30 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 34: Title

    Here you can make and edit the focus recall settings. Focus is a function that selectively recalls parameters of an amp preset when that amp preset is recalled. You can select multiple parameters as the object of focus. You can’t modify an amp preset that is protected. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 31...
  • Page 35: Protect

    • Set the time in the UTILITY screen’s CLOCK page. • You can use Provisionaire Amp Editor to apply the computer’s time to this unit. For details, refer to the Provisionaire Amp Editor setup guide. 32 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 36: Setup Screen

    The input sensitivity can be selected as either 4 dBu or +14 dBu, and the amp gain can be selected as either 26 dB or 32 dB. Sensitivity/Gain correspondence Sensitivity Gain table +4.0dBu (38.0dB) +14.0dBu (28.0dB) PC412 (MAX:42.0dBu) (+16.0dBu) 26.0dB (+10.0dBu) 32.0dB +4.0dBu (35.0dB) +14.0dBu (25.0dB) PC406 (MAX:39.0dBu) (+13.0dBu) 26.0dB (+7.0dBu) 32.0dB PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 33...
  • Page 37: Channel Name

    In character input mode, pressing the [ ] (back) key takes you back to selecting the character position. In this state you can select OK to confirm the title, or select CANCEL to cancel input. 34 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 38: Auto Sleep

    This specifies the threshold value in dBFS units at which the presence or absence of an input signal is determined. ③ TIME This specifies the time from when the input signal ceases until the unit enters sleep mode. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 35...
  • Page 39: Input Redundancy

    If this is ON, the input source returns to the main circuit when the main circuit recovers. For OVERRIDE mode: If this is ON, the input source returns to the main circuit when the audio from Dante 13–16 or the analog input jacks falls below the threshold value. 36 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 40 ③ OVR RTN DLY (OVERRIDE RETURN DELAY) For OVERRIDE mode when AUTO RETURN is ON, this specifies the time from when the interrupting signal input ends until the unit switches back to the main circuit. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 37...
  • Page 41: Load Monitoring

    [ ](back) key and the main knob. ④ DETECT. FREQ. (DETECTION FREQ.) This specifies the frequency of the audio signal for detection. 38 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 42: Power Supply

    NOTE • If the power is switched from the front panel, switching happens immediately, regardless of this setting. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 39...
  • Page 43: Gpi

    Switch between ON/Standby PRESET RECALL Recall the preset of the specified number VOLUME + Raise the volume 1 dB at a time VOLUME - Lower the volume 1 dB at a time 40 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 44 One of the specified channels is muted CHANNEL MUTE  FAULT OUT One of the specified channels is in the Fault state The preset of the specified number is PRESET RECALL  recalled PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 41...
  • Page 45: Processing Screen

    Here you can specify the input level from the Dante inputs (1–16) and the analog input jacks. ① ON/OFF This turns the channel on/off. ② LEVEL This sets the input level. ③ POLARITY The phrase is normal if "NORMAL" is selected, and inverted if "INVERTED" is selected. 42 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 46: Matrix

    This specifies the volume of the send from the input channel to the matrix. ● OUTPUT Here you can edit the matrix output level and on/off status. ① ON/OFF This turns the channel on/off. ② LEVEL This specifies the matrix output level. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 43...
  • Page 47: Router

    In this screen, the sound assigned in the preceding MATRIX is distributed to the four amp channels. ① ROUTING This selects an input channel (ch1–4) and assigns it to an amp A–D. 44 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 48: User Eq/Delay

    If you press the [ ] (back) key, the cursor returns to the parameter name. When you once again press the [ ] (back) key, you return to the band selection. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 45...
  • Page 49: Speaker Processor

    8.6. SPEAKER PROCESSOR 8.6.1. SP LIBRARY Here you can recall optimal settings for the speakers that are connected. 8.6.2. Recalling a speaker preset 1. Press a channel select key to select the recall-destination channel. 46 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 50 A screen for confirming the recall appears. ・To recall: Turn the main knob to select OK, and then press to confirm. ・To cancel: Turn the main knob to select NO, and then press to confirm. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 47...
  • Page 51 -6 dB is a Linkwitz-Riley filter. If this is selected, the Gc knob is shown. But (Butterworth) This is the most common response. The passband is flat, and the gain at the cutoff frequency is -3 dB. 48 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 52 Here you can edit the parameters of the speaker processor’s 16-band PEQ. ① Channel indication This indicates the channel to which the EQ applies. Use the channel select keys of the panel to select the channel PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 49...
  • Page 53 This turns the peak limiter on/off. ② THRESHOLD This specifies the threshold value at which the peak limiter applies, in terms of output power (W). The voltage (V) is also shown linked with this. 50 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 54 This specifies the impedance of the connected speaker in the range of 4.0Ω–36.0Ω. The voltage (V) is automatically set in linkage with this. Even when connecting multiple speakers in parallel, specify this as the impedance of one unit. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 51...
  • Page 55: Network Screen

    • A name of up to 32 characters can be entered. • The following characters can be entered. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789 !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<⇒?@[\]^_`{|} • Characters other than the above that were assigned in Provisionaire Amp Editor are displayed as "?". 52 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 56: Dante

    PC-D/DI series unit or I/O device. This number of hops provides a guideline for the latency that you should specify. Typical latency settings for various numbers of hops are given below. Latency Number of hops (ms) Up to 3 0.25 Up to 5 Up to 10 Up to 20 PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 53...
  • Page 57 DISCONNECTED Joined to a domain but not connected to the DDM server UNMANAGED Not joined to a domain • LOCAL: Indicates the access status of the Dante settings (including DANTE PATCH) of the unit currently being operated. READ WRITE Editable READ ONLY Not editable 54 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 58: Control

    Depending on the setting of IP SET.(①), this is shown as follows. • UNIT ID: Default gateway is disabled • STATIC IP: Default gateway is set manually ⑤ MAC This shows the MAC address. This address is only displayed, and cannot be changed. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 55...
  • Page 59: Utility Screen

    ⑧ UNLOCK PIN (PANEL UNLOCK PIN) This specifies a panel lock PIN code (any four-digit number). If you specify a PIN code, the PIN code must be entered in order to unlock the panel. 56 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 60: Specifying The Pin Code

    ] (back) key and use the main knob to select the digit that you want to correct. 4. Press the main knob to select OK. A screen for entering the new PIN code appears. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 57...
  • Page 61: To Defeat Panel Lock

    10.3. To defeat panel lock If you operate the panel while the panel is locked, the following message appears in the screen. Turn the main knob to select OK, and press the main knob to confirm. 58 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 62: Home Screen

    This indicates the total operating time of this unit. ⑤ VERSION • FIRMWARE: Indicates the firmware version. • Dante: Indicates three Dante-related versions. • SERIAL: Indicates the serial number of this unit. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 59...
  • Page 63: Clock

    A message like the following appears in the screen. ・To reboot: Turn the main knob to select YES, and then press to confirm. ・To cancel: Turn the main knob to select NO, and then press to confirm. 60 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 64: Log

    Turn the main knob to select an event, and then press the main knob to access the DETAIL VIEW screen. For details on the messages, refer to "Message list." NOTE • When this screen is shown, turning the main knob moves to the previous or next log data. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 61...
  • Page 65 When you want to clear the log data display, such as during maintenance, select YES in the following confirmation screen to clear the log. The log data saved in internal memory is preserved. 62 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 66: About Dante

    For details on Dante, refer to the Audinate Corporation website. http://www.audinate.com/ The Yamaha pro audio website also provides various information about Dante. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ NOTE Do not use the EEE function (*) of a network switch inside a Dante network.
  • Page 67: Connection Methods

    If you need to connect more than 80 units, divide them into subnets. NOTE • If you want to operate Dante Controller and PV amp editor on the same computer, connect them using separate network interface cards. 64 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 68 Dante audio or computer connection. • Do not connect more than one port to the same external switch, since this would cause a network loop. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 65...
  • Page 69: Dante Settings

    Dante Controller is application software for setting-up a Dante network and for routing the audio. Use Dante Controller if you will be connecting to a Dante device other than a Yamaha digital mixer that supports integration with the PC-D/DI series, or if you want to make more detailed settings.
  • Page 70 For details, refer to the Dante Controller user manual. For details regarding the Dante channel to which the output of a transmitting device (e.g., digital mixer) is assigned, refer to the manual of the transmitting device. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 67...
  • Page 71: Returning To The Factory Settings (Initialization)

    5. In the confirmation screen, turn the main knob to select "YES," and press the main knob to confirm. When initialization is completed, the unit restarts automatically, and then enters the power-on state. 68 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 72: Initialization If You Have Forgotten The Pin Code, Etc

    3. Press the main knob to confirm. Initialization begins. During initialization, all channel indicators are lit red. When initialization is completed, all channel indicators are lit green, the unit restarts automatically, and then enters the standby state. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 69...
  • Page 73: Reference

    Attaching the filter element while it is still wet will cause malfunctions. Place the filter element on the cooling vent, and attach the grill. The replacement part numbers for the filter elements are as follows. ・Filter element (L): VAS54300 ・Filter element ('R): VAS54400 70 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 74: Function List

    0.0 dB 63.0~0.1 TYPE 5 types *2 DELAY OFF/ON ● TIME 0.0 ms to 1000.00 ms 0.00 ms 0.0 mt to 343.59 mt 0.00 mt 0.0 ft to 1127.26 ft 0.00 ft PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 71...
  • Page 75 200V ATTACK 0.0s to 30.0s 1.0s RELEASE 0.0s to 60.0s 2.0s MODE OFF/X-OVR/EQ ● TYPE *24 characters "" PRESET *24 characters "" ● INFORMATIO NAME IMPEDANCE 4.0 to 32.0 Ω 8.0 Ω 72 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 76 0.0 Ω to 50.0 Ω 0.0 Ω POWER STANDBY STANDBY/ON STANDBY SUPPLY POWER ON POWER ON ALWAYS KEEP SETTING DEFAULT STANDBY/KEEP PREVIOUS PREVIOUS STATE STATE POWER ON 0 sec to 120 sec 0 sec DELAY PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 73...
  • Page 77 0%/25%/50%/75% BRIGHTNES AUTO 10 sec/30 NEVER PANEL sec/1min/3min/30min/1 LOCK hour/NEVER PANEL PARTIAL/ALL PARTIAL LOCK MODE ENABLE OFF/ON PANEL UNLOCK PIN PANEL *four-digit number 0000 UNLOCK PIN HOME METER POSITION INPUT/OUTPUT INPUT SCREEN 74 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 78 *5: No Assign, Power Amp Start, Channel Mute, Channel Sleep, Standby, Preset Recall, Volume +, Volume - *6: No Assign, Power Amp Start Status, Redundant Status, CH Impedance Detect Status, CH MUTE Status, Fault Out, Preset Recall PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 75...
  • Page 79: Message List

    The amp stopped because the power supply voltage exceeded the allowable operating voltage. 76 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 80 1, the fan not become rotation speed was excessive. raised and the - Clean the filter. limiter was applied Also, keep the to the output. room temperature constant. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 77...
  • Page 81 Contact a Yamaha dealer. Fan Lifetime WARNING An internal fan has Although this will Warning reached its not immediately operating lifespan. cause a problem with operation, contact your dealer to have the part replacement. 78 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 82 Yamaha dealer to have the part replacement. No Battery FAULT (at startup) The Contact your internal battery has Yamaha dealer for run down, and the replacement. internal clock has stopped. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 79...
  • Page 83 Primary circuit is circuit is needed, operating correctly, check whether it but the Secondary may have circuit is not malfunctioned. connected. * Only if connection had once been confirmed, and then been disconnected 80 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 84 NOT HAVE connected. disconnected or broken. CONNECTION! E01-05 DANTE Other Dante devices cannot be Check whether the Ethernet cable CONNECTION found because the Dante connections are correct. ERROR! network connections are incorrect. PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 81...
  • Page 85 In the case of a redundant network, a problem has occurred in the circuit that is connected to the [SECONDARY] port. • If the ID is blank, the message is shown. Otherwise, the ID is shown. 82 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 86: Troubleshooting

    [PROT], and the indicator correct the cause. of the corresponding channel flashes red. Panel operations are not possible. Panel lock is enabled. Defeat the panel lock function. For the method, refer to "Panel lock." PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 83...
  • Page 87 Dante Controller, put a check mark in [Reboot] - After executing Clear Config, turn this unit’s power off and then on again - After executing Clear Config, execute UTILITY > REBOOT from the screen of this unit 84 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 88: General Specifications

    8 Ω, 1 kHz, half power, input 150 ≦ -60 dB Ω shunt A- weighted S/N Ratio 8 Ω, gain setting = 32 dB, A- 112 dB 109 dB 112 dB 109 dB weighted PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 85...
  • Page 89 Over voltage Power supply shutdown Over current Power supply shutdown Cooling 3 x 7 step variable speed fan, front to rear airflow Maximum input voltage +28 dBu +25 dBu +28 dBu +28 dBu 86 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 90 Channel Status x 4 : Signal (Green) Limit (Yellow) Protect/Mute (Red) Auto LED off and dimmer feature (except POWER LED) AC Power Voltage *1 100 V-240 V *2 Requirements 50 Hz/60 Hz PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 87...
  • Page 91 • Incorrect connection will fail to provide a proper ground connection, causing the amplifier or the measuring device to malfunction. The explanations in this document use the latest specifications as of the date of publication. The latest version can be downloaded from the Yamaha website. 88 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 92: Current Draw

    20.6 2033 70.7 V(4 Ω) 22.2 2226 Test signal Pink Noise , bandwidth limited 22 Hz to 22 kHz All channels driven, 1BTU = 1,055.06J = 0.252kcal, (W) × 86 = cal PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 89...
  • Page 93 17.3 2088 70.7 V(4 Ω) 18.3 2196 Test signal Pink Noise , bandwidth limited 22 Hz to 22 kHz All channels driven, 1BTU = 1,055.06J = 0.252kcal, (W) × 86 = cal 90 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 94 1124 4ohms/ch 16.5 1657 2ohms/ch 23.9 2400 Test signal Pink Noise , bandwidth limited 22 Hz to 22 kHz All channels driven, 1BTU = 1,055.06J = 0.252kcal, (W) × 86 = cal PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 91...
  • Page 95 8ohms/ch 1107 4ohms/ch 1567 2ohms/ch 10.3 2310 Test signal Pink Noise , bandwidth limited 22 Hz to 22 kHz All channels driven, 1BTU = 1,055.06J = 0.252kcal, (W) × 86 = cal 92 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 96 11.7 1164 70.7 V(8 Ω) 11.5 1149 Test signal Pink Noise , bandwidth limited 22 Hz to 22 kHz All channels driven, 1BTU = 1,055.06J = 0.252kcal, (W) × 86 = cal PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual | 93...
  • Page 97 100 V(16 Ω) 1107 70.7 V(8 Ω) 1140 Test signal Pink Noise , bandwidth limited 22 Hz to 22 kHz All channels driven, 1BTU = 1,055.06J = 0.252kcal, (W) × 86 = cal 94 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
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    13. Reference 13.8. Dimensions 13.9. Block Diagram 96 | PC412-D PC412-DI PC406-D PC406-DI Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 100 PC412-D/PC406-D/PC412-DI/PC406-DI Block Diagram LIMIT, LIMIT, Speaker Processor Speaker FIR EQ Peak Cross Cross Polarity 16 Band Level Delay Limiter Limiter Over Over *1 Solo *3/ Device Mute Signal Impedance High/Low Detector Matrix Matrix Sleep/ Alert LIMIT PROTECT Input Input SPEAKERS...
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