Table of Contents Introduction ......................4 Names of Parts and Their Functions .............4 Media Center (Front) ..................4 Media Center (Bottom) ..................5 I/O Center (Front) .....................6 I/O Center (Side) ....................7 Pocket Controller ....................8 Connection Diagram (Basic) ................9 Connecting the Disklavier to the Internet .............9 Preparation ......................9...
Table of Contents Connection Diagram (Advanced) ..............29 Watching on Your Computer with External Speakers ......29 Watching on Your TV with External Speakers ..........30 Watching Video with High Quality Audio and External Monitor ..31 Appendix ........................32 Windows 7 and 8 Audio Considerations ............32 Adjusting the Delay ..................33...
Introduction Names of Parts and Their Functions ■ Media Center (Front) Note: The location of each unit differs depending on the model. STANDBY/ON button Eject button Pressing the button turns the Disklavier Ejects the loaded floppy disk. on or puts it in Standby mode. Holding down the button shuts down the Access lamp Disklavier.
Introduction ■ Media Center (Bottom) PHONES jacks INPUT VOLUME knob Used to connect headphones. Adjusts the input volume. (type A) port MIC/LINE IN jack Used to connect a USB flash memory, Used to connect a microphone. etc. To I/O Center port Used to connect the cable from the I/O FOOT CNTRL jacks Used to connect foot controls/switches.
Introduction ■ I/O Center (Front) Note: The location of each unit differs depending on the model. OUTPUT jacks SYNC OUT (L/R) jacks L/(L+R) : Used to connect speaker cable Used to connect the RCA cables from from the left monitor speaker*. the microphone/line input of a : Used to connect speaker cable camcorder.
Introduction ■ I/O Center (Side) DIGITAL OUT jack VIDEO OUT jack Used to connect the coaxial cable from Accepts the video cable from composite the digital audio input of an AV amplifier video input of a TV. or mixer, etc. PC CARD (PCMCIA type II) slot TO PIANO jacks For future use.
Introduction ■ Pocket Controller – – Symbol Space STOP PLAY ON/STANDBY Touch screen AC adapter jack Accepts the AC adaptor. Charge indicator (amber) Lights up when the Pocket Controller is PLAY button being charged. The indicator goes out Starts playback. when charging is completed.
Connection Diagram (Basic) Connecting the Disklavier to the Internet You can connect the Disklavier to a full-time online Internet connection (ADSL, optical fiber, cable Internet, etc.) via a router or a modem equipped with a router. ■ Preparation • To use the Internet connection, you will first need to subscribe to an Internet service or provider.
The purchaser acknowledges that connection to the Internet and use of the Disklavier Mark IV Internet features is done at the risk of the purchaser. In no event shall Yamaha, its subsidiaries or Yamaha’s and/or its subsidiaries’ directors, officers, or employees be responsible for unauthorized access, loss or alteration of the data of the purchaser or be liable for any damage from intrusions.
Connection Diagram (Basic) Watching on Your Computer Note: Turn the power off before connecting. To check your bandwidth, visit http://www.speedtest.net Internet / LAN Recommended: Over 4 Mbps (download speed) LAN cable ( Recommended: A wired LAN connection. If you use a wireless connection, communication might be unstable depending on your environment.
Connection Diagram (Basic) Watching on Your TV Note: Turn the power off before connecting. To check your bandwidth, visit http://www.speedtest.net Internet / LAN Recommended: Over 4 Mbps (download speed) Recommended: LAN cable ( A wired LAN connection. If you use a wireless connection, communication might be unstable depending on your environment.
Preparation Operating PRC-100 (Pocket Controller) You can operate the Pocket Controller by either tapping items on the touch screen with the supplied stylus pen or by pressing the buttons on the Pocket Controller. ■ Tapping with the Stylus Pen Touch an item (application icon, button, control, etc.) on the touch screen once to execute its function.
Preparation Turning on Your Disklavier Connect the AC power cable to the AC wall outlet. Press on the Media Center. The Disklavier is turned on. Be sure to press on PRC-100 to turn it on as well. The touch screen changes as follows: Note: This may take approximately two minutes.
Preparation Registration To use the DisklavierTV service, initial registration is required using an Internet-connected computer. Note: If you are already subscribed to the DisklavierRadio service, the following procedure is unnecessary. Go to Yamahamusicsoft.com/dtv Enter your Disklavier model (Mark IV) and select your desired subscription (monthly or annual).
Your Disklavier must have 3.0 or higher to utilize the Network Update feature. If your Important Note: version is lower than 3.0, please contact Yamaha customer support (phone: 866-430- 2652, online: 4wrd.it/D-TVsupport) and request a Version 4.0 Update Kit. You will still need to update your Disklavier to the latest version by connecting the Disklavier to the Internet after installing the Version 4.0 Update Kit.
Preparation Tap on [Firmware Upgrade]. The download process of the update program starts. After the download process is completed, tap on [Reboot] to install the update program. DisklavierTV User’s Guide (For Disklavier Mark IV Users)
Preparation Updating PRC-100 (Pocket Controller) Confirm that your Disklavier is turned on, and then press [PRC-100 Menu] icon Tap on ([PRC-100 Menu] icon) on the Task Bar. [Interface Updater] icon The [PRC-100 Menu] screen appears. Tap on ([Interface Updater] icon). The [Interface Updater] screen appears.
Preparation Tap on [Install]. Update of PRC-100 starts, and the message [Updating…] appears. After a few minutes, you will receive a message indicating that the update was successful. Tap on [OK] and then on [Quit]. The message [System Rebooting] appears on the screen, and then PRC-100 automatically restarts.
Preparation Logging into Your Account Note: Once you have logged in, you are kept logged in for 30 days. If you do not access the DisklavierRadio or DisklavierTV services within that period, you need to log in again. Tap on [Internet] on PRC-100. The [Internet] screen appears.
Preparation Tap on [Registered User]. The [Warning] pop-up appears. Tap on [OK]. The information entry pop-up appears. Enter your e-mail address and password. Note: See “Entering Characters” on page 23 for information on how to enter characters. DisklavierTV User’s Guide (For Disklavier Mark IV Users)
Preparation Tap on [Submit]. If the login is successful, the following pop-up will appear. Go to step 8. If the login fails, the following pop-up will appear. Tap on [Try Again]. Go back to step 6 and make sure that you have entered your e-mail address and password correctly.
Preparation ■ Entering Characters Slide the front panel of the Pocket Controller to show the keyboard. Press a key to enter the corresponding Symbol Space letter. Keys Will enter lowercase letters on respective keys. (Shift) Will shift the mode to enter “UPPERCASE” letters or lowercase letters when the Caps lock key is active.
Activating DisklavierTV Receiving Test You can verify that you are properly set up to receive a broadcast by viewing a test video that can be found on the website. Caution: • While you enjoy live broadcast or on-demand content: - DO NOT use other applications except your web browser on your computer. - DO NOT visit any other websites (other than the URL provided for the broadcast) on your computer.
Activating DisklavierTV Using the computer, enter the following URL into your browser: 4wrd.it/DisklavierTV Go to the “Set Up” page, then start playing back the video on the website. Your Disklavier starts to receive the data. Confirm that piano playback is synchronized with the video.
Activating DisklavierTV Viewing Live Broadcast or On-demand Content • While you enjoy live broadcast or on-demand content: Caution: - DO NOT use other applications except your web browser on your computer. - DO NOT visit any other websites (other than the URL provided for the broadcast) on your computer.
Activating DisklavierTV Using the computer, enter the following URL into your browser: 4wrd.it/DisklavierTV Start playing back the video on the website. Your Disklavier starts to receive the data. Confirm that piano playback is synchronized with the video. Stop playing back the video, then press on PRC-100 to return to the [Internet] screen.
Adjustments Adjusting the Main Volume You can adjust overall volume with PRC-100. Press on PRC-100. Volume bar Value of the adjusted volume Adjusting the Audio Volume Balance You can adjust the volume of the audio in balance with the piano sound. Tap on [Audio] in the [RemoteLive] screen.
Connection Diagram (Advanced) Watching on Your Computer with External Speakers Internet / LAN LAN cable ( Switching LAN cable ( LAN cable ( Disklavier Mark IV Audio cable ( I/O Center (side) Computer Amplified speakers OMNI OUT SYNC IN I/O Center (front) Audio cable ( Requirements...
Connection Diagram (Advanced) Watching on Your TV with External Speakers Internet / LAN LAN cable ( Switching LAN cable ( LAN cable ( Disklavier Mark IV I/O Center Computer (side) HDMI cable ( AUDIO Audio cable ( OMNI OUT SYNC IN Amplified speakers I/O Center (front)
OMNI OUT SYNC IN I/O Center (front) Audio cable ( Requirements (These items are NOT supplied with Disklavier.) Equipment Equipment Computer (Windows or Mac) Yamaha AUDIOGRAM3 Switching hub Monitor Amplified speaker Cables From Modem/router Switching hub LAN cable Switching hub...
Appendix Windows 7 and 8 Audio Considerations The “sound enhancements” provided by Windows 7 and 8 may be desirable for normal audio enjoyment. However, these enhancements cause problems for receiving broadcast or viewing on-demand content, because the RemoteLive technology requires discrete separation between the left and right audio channels.
Appendix Adjusting the Delay When there is a disparity between the video or audio and the piano playback, you can adjust the piano playback or audio delay in order to match the video or audio. ■ Adjusting the Delay of the Piano Playback and Audio You can adjust the delay of the piano playback and audio input through the SYNC IN jacks in order to match the video.
Appendix ■ Adjusting the Delay of the Piano Playback You can adjust the piano playback delay in order to match the audio from the device connected to the OMNI OUT jacks. Tap on [Func.] in the [RemoteLive] screen. The [RemoteLive] function menu screen appears.
Appendix Adjusting the Depth of the Sustain Pedal You can adjust the depth of the sustain pedal. Tap on [Pedal] in the [RemoteLive] screen. The [Sustain Pedal Adjust] pop-up appears. Tap on [–] or [+] to change setting while listening to the piano playback. Increasing this value increases the effect of the sustain pedal, and decreasing this value decreases the effect of the sustain pedal.
Appendix Network Diagnostics In some cases, it may be necessary to perform network diagnostics to determine the cause of problems. In these instances, follow the procedure below: Tap on [Func.] in the [RemoteLive] screen. The [RemoteLive] function menu screen appears. Tap on [Network Diagnostics].
Appendix Tap on [Back] to return to the [RemoteLive] function menu screen. Error Messages Number Message Remedy 0000 Network OK. No problem. 2012 Failed to connect.(2012) Make sure that the IP address of your Disklavier has been set Check Network setting. correctly.
Appendix Checking the Broadcast Information You can check the information about the broadcast. Tap on [Func.] in the [RemoteLive] screen. The [RemoteLive] function menu screen appears. Tap on [Information]. The [Information] pop-up appears. [I-ID]: ID of the broadcast Disklavier [Time]: Playing time of your Disklavier Date and time when your Disklavier was played back [Date]:...
Appendix Checking the Error History You can check the error history. Tap on [Func.] in the [RemoteLive] screen. The [RemoteLive] function menu screen appears. Tap on [Error History]. The [Error History] pop-up appears. Error number and message Scroll bar Last 10 messages ( to ) will appear in the first window. You can scroll up and down the window by tapping on either end of the scroll bar.
2012, 2014 IDC/Diag error Controller Contact Yamaha customer service. – NoSubscription Controller Confirm your subscription status on Yamaha MusicSoft. 2011 IDC/Diag error Switching Hub Make sure that the AC power cable is connected to the switching hub. 2011 IDC/Diag error Switching Hub Make sure that the switching hub is turned on.
The Disklavier does not turn on. Make sure that the AC power cable is securely connected to a suitable AC wall outlet. Some notes drop out during Contact Yamaha customer service. playback. No sound is heard from the piano Disengage the quiet mode.
In the [PRC-100 Menu] screen, tap on [Service Center], and then on [Program Version]. The current version appears on the screen. See page 15 and register as a Yamaha Online Member by creating your account on Yamaha MusicSoft. See page 20 and log into your account (enter e-mail and password registered on Yamaha MusicSoft) correctly.
Troubleshooting Speakers Symptom Remedy The audio from the speakers is See page 34 to adjust the delay. not in sync with the video (audio is Check the audio delay specifications of the speakers. delayed). The audio from the speakers is See page 34 to adjust the delay.
Troubleshooting External Monitor Symptom Remedy The video image on the external See page 33 to adjust the delay. monitor is not in sync with the audio from the speakers (video is delayed). The video image on the external See page 33 to adjust the delay. monitor is not in sync with the piano playback (video is delayed).