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  • Page 1 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 DSP5D Owner’s Manual Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    Compliance with FCC regulations does * This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA. CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK...
  • Page 3 This product contains a battery that contains perchlorate material. Perchlorate Material—special handling may apply, See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate. * This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA. ADVARSEL! Lithiumbatteri—Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering. Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren.
  • Page 4 • If the DSP5D is to be mounted in an EIA-standard rack, leave the back of the rack open and make sure that it is at least 10 cm away from walls or surfaces.
  • Page 5: Included Accessories

    XLR-type connectors are wired as follows (IEC60268 standard): pin 1: ground, pin 2: hot (+), and pin 3: cold (-). Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the device, or data that is lost or destroyed.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Example of simple input expansion (PM5D + one DSP5D unit) ...31 PM5D + remotely connected input expansion (PM5D + DCU5D + two DSP5D units)...31 Control from DSP5D Editor (one DSP5D unit + PC) ...32 Audio connections... 33 Analog audio connections...33 Analog output connections...34 Digital input/output connections...36...
  • Page 7 Connecting the PM5D to your computer via USB ... 158 Caution when using the USB TO HOST connector ... 158 Connecting the DSP5D to your computer via Ethernet . 159 Initializing the PM5D’s internal memory... 160 Initializing the DSP5D’s internal memory... 160 Adjusting the faders and input/output gain (Calibration) ...
  • Page 8 TALKBACK screen ...234 OSCILLATOR screen ...236 2TR I/O screen ...237 MONITOR screen ...238 CUE/SOLO screen ...240 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Output functions ... 243 OUTPUT PATCH function ... 243 OUTPUT PATCH screen ... 243 INSERT PATCH screen... 244 INSERT POINT screen...
  • Page 9 CH VIEW (Channel view) screen ...311 SIGNAL FLOW screen ...313 FADER VIEW screen...314 CH JOB screen ...314 INPUT CH LIBRARY (Input channel library) screen...316 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Appendices...317 EQ Library List... 317 GATE Library List... 318 Compressor Library List ... 319 Dynamics Parameters ...
  • Page 10: Introduction

    Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha PM5D digital mixing console and/or Yamaha DSP5D digital mixing system. In order to take full advantage of the PM5D/DSP5D’s superior functionality and enjoy years of trouble-free use, please read this man- ual before you begin using the product. After you have read the manual, keep it in a safe place.
  • Page 11: Differences Between The Pm5D Model And The Pm5D-Rh Model

    • There is no +48V MASTER switch. ST IN jacks 1–4 INPUT jacks 1–48 INSERT IN/OUT jacks 1–48 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ PM5D-RH model • Head amp adjustments (input sensitivity settings, phantom power (+48V) on/off) for the analog inputs are controlled from within the screen via software.
  • Page 12: About The Channel Structure Of The Pm5D

    INPUT jacks 1–48, ST IN jacks 1–4, and OMNI OUT jacks 1–24. • Up to two DSP5D units can be cascade-connected to one PM5D. By connecting it with DSP5D units, the PM5D system can be expanded to a maximum of 168 channels of input (144 channels + 12 ST).
  • Page 13: Regarding Cascade Connections Between The Pm5D And Dsp5D

    Manual are based on the functionality and operating proce- dures of the PM5D. Supplementary explanations regarding the DSP5D are added only in cases where there is a signifi- cant difference in functionality or operating procedure. However, in cases where it is obvious that the above-...
  • Page 14: Firmware Versions

    You can download the most recent firmware from the following Yamaha website. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ For either the PM5D or the DSP5D, you can check the firmware version in the UTILITY function PREFERENCE 2 screen (➥ p.207). Major new functionality in PM5D firmware V2.0 The major new functionality and improvements that were added in conjunction with the upgrade to firmware V2.0 are as...
  • Page 15: Regarding Word Clock Synchronization

    CLOCK screen” ( ➥ p.219). • As an exception, digital signals that are not synchronized with the PM5D/DSP5D can be input via a digital I/O card that contains a sampling rate converter, or via the 2TR IN/ OUT DIGITAL jacks.
  • Page 16: Top, Front, And Rear Panels

    Top, front, and rear panels Top, front, and rear panels This chapter explains the names and functions of each part of the PM5D/DSP5D. Details for each section of the top panel are explained in subsequent chapters of this operating section; refer to the appropriate chapter for more information.
  • Page 17 This section stores/recalls mix parameters as scene memories (➥ p.88). Mute operations for mute groups 1–8 are also performed in this section (➥ p.83). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual O CUE/MONITOR section This section selects the monitor source that is output from the MONITOR OUT jacks, and adjusts the lev- els.
  • Page 18: Rear Panel

    These are balanced XLR-3-31 type input jacks for inputting analog audio signals from line level devices. Nominal input level is –34 dBu to +10 dBu. 1 (ground) Male XLR plug PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual (PM5D-RH model) 3 (cold) D +48V MASTER switch (PM5D-RH model only)
  • Page 19 This is a USB (type B) connector that allows communi- cation with a computer. Note 3 (cold) PM5D Editor and the USB-MIDI driver required for connection with your computer can be downloaded from the Yamaha website listed below. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ 2 (hot) 3 (cold)
  • Page 20: Front Panel

    (IEC60958). Z CASCADE OUT connector This is a D-sub half-pitch 68-pin female connector that can be connected to another PM5D, DSP5D, DCU5D or DME64N for transmission/reception of control sig- nals and transmission of audio signals. a CASCADE IN connector...
  • Page 21: Dsp5D Front Panel

    Use a power supply link cable (PSL360) to make this connection. J POWER LED This will light if power is being supplied to the DSP5D. K POWER switch This switch turns the power on/off. L AC IN connector Use the included power cable to supply power to this connector.
  • Page 22: Dsp5D Rear Panel

    HIGH and LOW. For normal use, set this to LOW. However if the DSP5D is in a location of high temperature or is out- side in direct sunlight, set this to HIGH. You should also set this to HIGH if you feel that the panel is warmer than usual.
  • Page 23: Basic Operation On The Pm5D

    PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Knobs/Faders/Boxes Knobs/faders in the display are used to edit parameter val- ues. The current value is shown in the box. Boxes for which buttons are displayed at left and right allow you to edit the parameter by using these buttons.
  • Page 24: Display Access Section

    Page Back function by holding down a key in the DISPLAY ACCESS section. If you rapidly press a key twice, you will return to the first screen in that function. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Data Entry section Controllers used to edit settings and values in the display are gathered into the data entry section.
  • Page 25: External User Interface

    (Backspace) Switches to the next screen within the same <Tab> function PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Switches to the previous screen within the <Shift> + <Tab> same function Accesses the function menu (if the function <Esc>...
  • Page 26: Basic Operation

    PREFERENCE 2 screen (UTILITY function) ( ➥ p.206). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Drag Moving the pointer to a specific parameter in the screen and then holding down the left/right track pad (or mouse) button while moving up/down/left/right is called “drag-...
  • Page 27: Accessing A Desired Screen

    In the function menu screen, click the button corresponding to the desired function. The most recently operated screen for that function will appear. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Click a tab in the screen to select the desired screen. Click a tab...
  • Page 28: Scrolling The Screen

    [DATA] encoder clockwise will move the cur- sor downward, and turning it counterclockwise will move the cursor upward. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Scrolling the screen A scroll bar is displayed if there are more items than can be shown in a single screen.
  • Page 29: Operating The Buttons

    (UTILITY function ➥ p.206). In this case, the result will be the same as if you pressed the left button of the track pad (or mouse). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Adjusting the setting of a knob or fader Knobs and faders in the display are used to adjust the value of specific parameters.
  • Page 30: Assigning A Name

    There are also cases in which the paste operation cannot be performed due to the type of character string copied to the buffer memory. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual When you have finished inputting the name, click the STORE button.
  • Page 31: Connections And Setup

    • In order to use “cascade connections” for expansion, you must first specify the machine ID (➥ p.153) and make cascade connection settings (➥ p.154). If the PM5D and DSP5D are cascade-connected, you’ll be able to select the PM5D/DSP5D that will be the target of control from the PM5D’s panel (➥ p.40).
  • Page 32: Control From Dsp5D Editor (One Dsp5D Unit + Pc)

    Connections and setup Control from DSP5D Editor (one DSP5D unit + PC) • One DSP5D unit is connected to a PC via an Ethernet CAT5 cable, allowing the DSP5D to be controlled from DSP5D Editor. Ethernet CAT5 CASCADE IN DSP5D PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 33: Audio Connections

    (➥ p.44). The +48V master switch is turned on/off in the SYS/W.CLOCK function MIXER SETUP screen (➥ p.221). When the PM5D, PM5D-RH, or DSP5D are in the Microphone default state, the input signal from INPUT jacks 1–48 is patched to input channels 1–48, and the input signal from ST IN jacks 1–4 is patched to the ST IN channels.
  • Page 34: Analog Output Connections

    The MONITOR OUT jacks output the monitor signal that is selected in the top panel MONITOR section. The CUE OUT jacks output the cue monitor signal of the channel that is currently selected by its [CUE] key. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Monitor speakers...
  • Page 35 STEREO A channel are output from OMNI OUT jacks 23–24. The desired output signal can be patched to each jack; the sig- nals of MIX channels 1–24, MATRIX channels 1–8, STEREO A/B channels, or cue signals can be output from OMNI OUT jacks 1–24. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 36: Digital Input/Output Connections

    B channel signals to a DAT recorder or other digital device. By installing separately sold mini-YGDAI I/O cards in slots 1–4 (1–2 on the DSP5D) you can add analog input/output jacks to the PM5D/DSP5D or allow connection of digital devices such as digital MTR or HDR units.
  • Page 37: Installing An Option Card

    Installing an option card Before installing a card, you must check the Yamaha web- site to make sure that this device is compatible with this card, and to verify the number of cards that can be installed in conjunction with other Yamaha or third-party cards.
  • Page 38: Word Clock Connections And Settings

    Connections and setup Word clock connections and settings This section explains the word clock settings required in order to send or receive digital audio between the PM5D/DSP5D and an external digital device. About word clock When digital audio signals are being sent or received between multiple devices, the devices must process the audio signals at the matching timing.
  • Page 39 DCU5D and you’re not synchronizing to an external word clock being input to the PM5D, you should set the PM5D as the word clock master and the DSP5D as the slave. This means that in this case, you’ll select INT for the PM5D, and CASCADE IN for the DSP5D.
  • Page 40: Restoring The Current Scene To The Default State

    Connections and setup Restoring the current scene to the default state When the PM5D/DSP5D is in its default state, the input signals from INPUT jacks 1–48 are patched to input chan- nels 1–48 and the input signals from ST IN jacks 1–4 are patched to the ST IN channels, and can then be output via the STEREO bus or MIX buses.
  • Page 41: Input Channel Operations

    ST IN channels 1–4 These channels are used to process stereo signals. When the input patching is in the default state, the input signals from ST IN jacks 1–4 are assigned to these channels. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 42 • ON (On/off) Turns the input channel on/off. If off, that channel is muted. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • PAN Adjusts the panning of the signal sent from the input channel to the STEREO bus. If necessary, this pan set- ting can also be applied to signals sent to two paired MIX buses.
  • Page 43: Ad In Section

    The structure of this section differs between the PM5D model and the PM5D-RH model. PM5D model PM5D-RH model DSP5D PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Items in the AD IN section PM5D model A [+48V ON/OFF] switch If this switch is on, +48V is supplied to the condenser mic or direct box connected to the INPUT jack 1–48.
  • Page 44: Controlling The Input Sensitivity And Phantom Power (+48V) Of The Head Amp

    (+48V) on/off status. Note • On the PM5D-RH model and DSP5D, head amp settings can also be made from the HA/INSERT function CH 1-24 screen, CH 25-48 screen, or ST IN/FX RTN screen ( ➥ p.283).
  • Page 45: Input Channel Strip

    1–24, or the CH 25-48 layer when you want to control input channels 25–48. Note If the console is cascade-connected to a DSP5D, you can use user-defined keys ( ➥ p.148) or the FADER MODE key ( ➥ p.149) to select a DSP5D layer.
  • Page 46 The LED of the mute group to which that input chan- nel is assigned will light. P [RCL SAFE]/[MUTE SAFE] LEDs The corresponding LED will light when recall safe or mute safe is enabled for the input channel. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 47: St In/Fx Rtn Channel Strip

    FX RTN layer when you want to control the FX RTN channels. Note If the console is cascade-connected to a DSP5D, you can use user-defined keys ( ➥ p.148) or the FADER MODE key ( ➥ p.149) to select a DSP5D layer.
  • Page 48: Fader Flip/Encoder Mode Section

    Items in the FADER FLIP/ENCODER MODE section PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A FADER [FLIP] key If this key is on, the parameters controlled by the fad- ers and encoders will be exchanged.
  • Page 49: Various Operations For Input Channels

    MIX bus Note The DCA channel strip and STEREO A/B channel strip are not affected by the on/off status of the [FLIP] key. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Exchanging the fader and encoder functions You can use the FADER [FLIP] key to exchange the func- tions assigned to the faders and encoders of the channel strip.
  • Page 50: Sending A Signal From An Input Channel To The Stereo Bus

    At this time, the [TO ST] LED of the INPUT channel strip will light. STEREO [PAN] encoder PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Raise the corresponding fader of the INPUT channel strip. The level of the input signal is shown by the level meter located at the right of the CH [ON] key.
  • Page 51: Sending The Signal From The Input Channel To A Mix Bus

    MIX bus. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual To turn off the signal sent from a specific channel to the MIX bus, press the ENCODER [ON] key for that channel to turn it off.
  • Page 52 MIX bus on/ off. Input channels PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual To turn off the signal sent from that channel to a MIX bus, press the MIX [ON] key to turn it off. Press the MIX [ON] key once again to turn it back on.
  • Page 53: Enabling/Disabling Pairing

    Input channels that are paired will have their parameters linked except for head amp, delay, pan, attenuation, and phase. Note If the PM5D is cascade-connected to the DSP5D, pairing can be specified only within each individual machine. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Using horizontal pairing Here’s how to enable or defeat pairing for adjacent odd-...
  • Page 54 To defeat pairing, hold down the [SHIFT] key and press the [SEL] key of one of the channels. A window will ask you to confirm that you want to defeat pairing. Click the OK button to defeat pairing. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 55: Output Channel Operations

    There are three types of output channel, as follows. Note The DSP5D does not have MIX OUT jacks, MATRIX OUT jacks, or STEREO OUT jacks. Output channels are assigned to OMNI OUT jacks for use. MIX channels 1–24 Signals sent from input channels to MIX buses are sent via these channels to the MIX OUT jacks 1–24 or the STEREO/ MATRIX buses.
  • Page 56 This meter indicates the output level of the output channel. The level detection point can be switched. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • MIX to STEREO (MIX channels) This is an on/off switch for the signal sent from the MIX channel to the STEREO bus.
  • Page 57: Mix Section

    These keys switch the operation of the MIX section. When the [MIX SEND] key is on, you can use the con- PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual trols of the MIX section to edit the send level and on/ off status of the signal being sent from the currently selected input channel to the MIX buses.
  • Page 58: Matrix Buses

    MATRIX [SEL] key, the MIX encoders 1–24 will respectively adjust the send levels from the MIX channels to the currently selected MATRIX bus. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Continuing to hold down the MATRIX [SEL] key, turn MIX encoders 1–24 to adjust the level of the signal sent from each MIX channel to the currently selected MATRIX bus.
  • Page 59: Pairing Mix Channels

    SELECTED CHANNEL section. [TO STEREO] key STEREO [PAN] encoder PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual To adjust the pan of the signal sent from the MIX channel to the STEREO bus, press the MIX [SEL] key of the desired MIX channel and turn the STEREO [PAN] encoder of the SELECTED CHANNEL section.
  • Page 60 INPUT CHANNEL FADER MIX1/2 (VARI) LEVEL PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIX channel output signals • If MIX channels are not paired When the [MIX MASTER] key is on, the MIX encod- ers will adjust the output level of the corresponding MIX channels.
  • Page 61: Stereo A/B Channel Strip

    STEREO A/B channels. Items in the STEREO A/B channel strip PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A [TO MATRIX] LED This LED will light when the signal sent from the STE- REO channel to the MATRIX bus is on.
  • Page 62: Operations In The Stereo A/B Channel Strip

    B channels. However you can also use the STEREO B chan- nel as a Center channel for L/C/R three-channel playback ( ➥ p.222, 267). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Sending signals from the STEREO A/B channels to MATRIX buses Here’s how the signal of the STEREO A/B channels can be...
  • Page 63: Matrix Section

    Make sure that appropriate signals are being sent from the MIX channels or STEREO A/B channels to the MATRIX buses. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual In the MATRIX section, press the MATRIX [ON] buttons to turn the desired MATRIX chan- nel(s) on.
  • Page 64 MATRIX buses, refer to p.58. For details on how to send the signal from either the STEREO A or B channel to all MATRIX buses, refer to p.62. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Output signals from MATRIX channels • If MATRIX channels are not paired The MATRIX encoders adjust the output level of the corresponding MATRIX channel.
  • Page 65: Using The Selected Channel Section

    Here you can assign the currently selected channel to DCA groups and mute groups. (For details on DCA groups and mute groups ➥ p.82, 83) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A DCA [1]–[8] keys These keys assign the selected channel to DCA groups 1–8.
  • Page 66: Channel Select

    • The data in the buffer memory is lost when the power is turned off. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F CH [DEC] key G CH [INC] key The CH [DEC] key decrements the currently selected channel number, and the CH [INC] key increments it.
  • Page 67: Gain/Attenuation/Ø (Gain / Attenuation / Phase)

    The encoder adjusts the input sensitivity of the inter- nal head amp patched to the input channel (PM5D- RH and DSP5D only) or of an external head amp that supports the dedicated protocol (Yamaha AD8HR, AD824, etc.). The range of adjustment is +10 to –62.
  • Page 68: Stereo

    MIX channel STEREO A/B channels No function. MATRIX channel PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual COMPRESSOR Here you can edit compressor parameters for the selected channel. This section is available only if a channel other than an FX RTN channel is selected.
  • Page 69: Hpf (High Pass Filter)

    HPF. For MIX channels and STEREO A/B channels, this can be specified for UPPER and LOWER, allowing you to apply shelving or filtering twice. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Hint • Input channels also provide an HPF that is independent of the four-band EQ.
  • Page 70: Operations In The Selected Channel Section

    SELECTED CHANNEL section. Note If the console is cascade-connected to the DSP5D, the MACHINE ID field will show the machine ID number. Number of the selected channel...
  • Page 71: Compressor Operations

    COMPANDER S (Soft com- Compander (S) pander) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Hint • The type of the currently selected compressor is shown in the COMP PARAM screen ( ➥ p.253, 291). • The COMP LIBRARY screen also provides other library set- tings suitable for a wide variety of instruments or purposes.
  • Page 72: Gate Operations

    • For a detailed explanation of each type of gate, refer to the Appendices ( ➥ p.321). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual After selecting a library item, click the RECALL button located at the lower left of the library list.
  • Page 73: Eq/Hpf Operations

    EQ [Q] encoder EQ [GAIN] encoder EQ [ ] key PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Hint If the input signal of an input channel clips because of EQ boost, make the SELECTED CHANNEL section [GAIN/ATT] key go dark and use the [GAIN/ATT] encoder to lower the level.
  • Page 74: Input Patch / Output Patch Operations

    If an input port is patched to an input channel, a symbol is displayed at the intersecting grid. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Use the left/right scroll bar to display the patch-source input port. The horizontal direction of the screen shows the patch source’s input port type, ID number, port number, and...
  • Page 75: Changing The Output Patch Settings

    1–4 and the 2TR OUT DIGITAL jacks in addition to the PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Click the OK button in the window. The new patch will be finalized, and a “ ” symbol will appear at the corresponding grid.
  • Page 76 Oscillator output Note For the PM5D, the CUE L/R channels are unavailable; for the DSP5D, the MONITOR L/R/C channels are unavailable. Click the grid where the desired patch-source and patch-destination intersect. The SELECTED PATCH area in the upper left of the screen shows the output port and output channel for the grid at which the cursor is located.
  • Page 77: Inserting An External Device Into A Channel

    COAXIAL AES/EBU DIGITAL IN (AES/EBU) Effect processor Insert connection example MY8-AD96 ANALOG OUT ANALOG IN Effect processor PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Insert connection example AES/EBU DIGITAL OUT (AES/EBU) Special AES/EBU cable for MY8-AE INPUT 1/2 (female) DIGITAL OUT...
  • Page 78: Patching The Insert-Out And Insert-In

    GEQ module into that channel. (For details on using the graphic EQ ➥ p.118) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual In the right side of the screen, click the grid at which the input port connected to your exter- nal device intersects the desired channel.
  • Page 79 If you selected AD IN as the insert-in, or if you selected a slot to which an external head amp supporting the special protocol (Yamaha AD8HR, AD824) is con- nected, make head amp settings as necessary (➥ p.44). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 80: Directly Outputting The Signal Of An Input Channel

    DIRECT OUT ON/OFF button in the INSERT/DIRECT OUT screen described below. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Press the INPUT [PATCH] key several times to access the INSERT/DIRECT OUT POINT screen (INPUT PATCH function) shown below.
  • Page 81: Grouping And Linking

    While this key is blinking, you can use the [CUE] key of each channel to assign that channel to the currently selected mute group. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Items in the DCA strip The DCA strip is where you control DCA groups 1–8.
  • Page 82: Using Dca Groups

    DCA [1]–[8] keys Select the DCA group(s) for other channels in the same way. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ To select the channels that will belong to a specific DCA group In the ASSIGN MODE section, press the ASSIGN MODE [DCA] key.
  • Page 83: Controlling Dca Groups

    If an input channel is selected, its corre- sponding mute assign LED(s) in the channel strip will also light. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Use the faders of the channel strip to adjust the relative levels between the channels belonging to the DCA group you want to use.
  • Page 84: Controlling Mute Groups

    • When the DIRECT RECALL button is on The SCENE MEMORY [1]–[8] keys will directly recall the scene that is assigned to each key. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • When the MUTE MASTER button is on The SCENE MEMORY [1]–[8] keys will switch mut- ing on/off for mute groups 1–8.
  • Page 85: Using Eq Link And Compressor Link

    • INPUT DCA/GROUP function COMP LINK ASSIGN screen Assign compressor link groups (1–8) for input channels COMP LINK ASSIGN PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • OUTPUT DCA/GROUP function EQ LINK ASSIGN screen Assign EQ link groups (A–F) for output channels EQ LINK ASSIGN •...
  • Page 86 Link group settings are saved as part of the scene. Note The STEREO LINK button and KEY IN SOURCE settings are not linked even for channels belonging to the same compres- sor link group. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 87: Scene Memory

    PM5D model are not included. HA library Hint If the PM5D and DSP5D are cascade-connected, storing a scene will cause the scene data to be stored in each the PM5D and in the DSP5D. When a scene is recalled, the same scene number is recalled on all PM5D/DSP5D units.
  • Page 88: Items In The Scene Memory Section

    These indicators indicate the currently selected func- tion of the SCENE MEMORY [1]–[8] keys ( PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual C SCENE MEMORY [PREVIEW] key This key selects either NORMAL mode or PREVIEW mode as the operation when you recall a scene. PRE- VIEW mode is selected if this key LED is lit;...
  • Page 89: Using Scene Memories

    The SCENE STORE window will appear, allowing you to assign a title to the scene and store it. This window shows the following information. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual As the default choice in which edited library settings will be stored when you store a scene, choose either NEW (select an unused library) or OVERWRITE (select the original library).
  • Page 90: Recalling A Scene

    If desired, you can access a specific channel in the SELECTED CHANNEL section, or access a specific screen in the display to examine the values in detail. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Use the SCENE MEMORY [π]/[†] keys to select the scene number that you want to recall.
  • Page 91: Using The Auto Store Function

    RECALL ASSIGN list shown in the lower middle of the screen to assign scene numbers to the SCENE MEM- ORY [1]–[8] keys. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual In the STORE/RECALL area at the upper left of the screen, turn on the AUTO STORE button.
  • Page 92: Using The Selective Recall Function

    From the left, these areas let you make settings for input channels, output channels, and other param- eters. The buttons in the screen correspond to parameters and channels as follows. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Input channels / Output channels A SAFE ON/OFF RECALL ON/OFF The functions and names of these buttons will depend on the currently-chosen SELECTION MODE.
  • Page 93 This button turns on all buttons for parameters F CLEAR ALL This button turns off all buttons for parameters PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual In the upper left of the screen, switch the SELECTIVE RECALL ENABLED/DISABLED but- ton to ENABLED.
  • Page 94: Using The Recall Safe Function

    SETUP memory (which is not subject to memory card load operations) ( ➥ p.182). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual If you want to use the panel to switch Recall Safe on/off for a channel, use the [SEL] key to...
  • Page 95: Using The Fade Function

    (Alternatively, click the the left and right of the box.) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Fade time Hint If the numerical value is displayed in light blue when you per- form the above actions, this indicates that an offset time has been specified for the corresponding channel.
  • Page 96: Using The Tracking Recall Function

    The screen will show the faders of MIX channels 1–24, MATRIX channels 1–8, DCA groups 7/8, and STE- REO A/B channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OFFSET LOCK button In the row of buttons above the faders in the...
  • Page 97: Using The Global Paste Function

    The contents shown in the CURRENT SCENE area will depend on what you select in the PASTE MODE area. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • When PASTE MODE = INPUT Select input channels in the left area, and select param- eters in the right area.
  • Page 98 (sort by number), SCENE TITLE button (sort by scene title), or TIME STAMP button (sort by the date on which the scene was saved). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Click the PASTE button. The selected items of the current scene will be pasted to the scene(s) in memory.
  • Page 99: Monitor And Cue

    • The output signal of the LCR channels • The output signal of a pre-selected MIX channel 1–24 or MATRIX channel 1–8 Note If the PM5D is cascade-connected to the DSP5D, the DSP5D’s cue operations will occur in tandem. PM5D DSP5D PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 100: Using The Monitor Function

    • DIM (Dimmer) Attenuates the monitor/cue signal by a fixed amount. Using the Monitor function Items in the MONITOR section PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • OUT ATT. (Output attenuator) Attenuates/boosts the monitor/cue signal. • ON (On/off) Switches the monitor signal on/off.
  • Page 101: Monitoring A Signal

    PHONES jack. Note • Since the DSP5D does not have monitor functionality, the PM5D’s MONITOR section will always operate the monitor settings of machine #1 (PM5D). • MONITOR OUT jack C is a special jack used to monitor the center channel when LCR mode is active.
  • Page 102: Using The Cue/Solo Functions

    If this key is off, the POST ON (immediately after the [ON] key) signal will be sent. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual About CUE mode and SOLO mode The PM5D lets you select either SOLO mode or CUE mode when using the [CUE] key to monitor signals.
  • Page 103: Cue And Solo Groups

    EFFECT PARAM screen (EFFECT function) or GATE PARAM screen (INPUT GATE/COMP function). CUE button in the display PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual It is not possible to simultaneously turn on Cue between different groups. Normally, the group to which the most recently pressed [CUE] key (CUE but- ton) belongs will take priority, and the [CUE] keys of the previously selected group will be defeated.
  • Page 104: Using The Cue Function

    • If you press the [CUE] key of a paired channel, both chan- nels will be turned on. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Make sure that the [SOLO] key in the CUE sec- tion is turned off.
  • Page 105: Talkback And Oscillator

    PM5D DSP5D Items in the TALKBACK/OSCILLATOR sections PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A TALKBACK jack This is a balanced XLR-3-31 jack to which a talkback mic can be connected. You can make settings in the display to supply +48V phantom power to this jack.
  • Page 106: Using Talkback

    TALKBACK TALKBACK area INPUT TO TALKBACK area Note If you select the DSP5D when cascade-connected to the DSP5D, the TALKBACK IN field will not be displayed. Turn the TALKBACK [LEVEL] knob to adjust the input sensitivity of the talkback mic.
  • Page 107: Using The Oscillator

    You can choose preset frequen- cies by clicking the but- tons below. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Click a button in the BUS ASSIGN area to select the oscillator signal output destination from the following choices. MIX 1–24 BUS ASSIGN area MATRIX 1–8...
  • Page 108: Meters

    25–48 MIX channels [MIX/MATRIX] key 1–24 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A INPUT/MIX meters Depending on the key you press, these meters indicate the input levels of input channels 1–24 or 25–48, or the output levels of MIX channels 1–24.
  • Page 109: Switching The Metering Point

    POST FADER Immediately after the fader POST ON Immediately after the [ON] key PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Specifying the metering point for output channels Here’s how to specify the metering point for output chan- nels, MONITOR channels, and the CUE bus.
  • Page 110: Viewing The Gain Reduction Of The Internal Gates And Compressors

    For an explanation of the items shown in the screen, refer to the explanation of the INPUT GR screen (➥ p.233) in the Reference section. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Viewing the gain reduction for out- put channels To view the amount of gain reduction produced by the...
  • Page 111: Effects

    Insert-out of the EFFECT desired channel PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual The PM5D’s effect types fall into two categories; “stereo effect types” which process the L/R channel input signals independently, and “mix effect types” which mix the two channels before processing the signal.
  • Page 112: Using An Internal Effect Via A Mix Bus

    The effect module you are using INPUT area MIX BALANCE knob PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Make sure that the box in the upper left of the screen indicates EFFECT 1. This box lets you select the effect module that you want to control.
  • Page 113: Inserting An Internal Effect Into A Channel

    R CH box to assign the insert-in for the other channel in the same way. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual In the FX RTN channel strip, press the FX RTN channel 1 [ON] key to turn it on.
  • Page 114: Basic Operations In The Effect Screen

    Note Data created by versions earlier than PM5D V2.0 can be loaded into the PM5D V2.0 or the DSP5D. However, you must move library number 55 to number 56 or later before loading. On PM5D version 2.0 or later, library number 55 will be deleted.
  • Page 115: Editing The Effect Parameters

    The settings of individual effects can also be stored in the effect library independently of scene memory. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Storing settings in the effect library Here’s how to store effect parameter settings in the effect library.
  • Page 116: Using The Tap Tempo Function

    → ER.” effect type is selected. EFFECT PARAM TAP TEMPO button PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Use the character palette to assign a name to the library item. For details on using the character palette, refer to p.30. Click the STORE button.
  • Page 117: Using The Freeze Effect

    Appendices at the end of this manual ( ➥ p.332). To play back the recorded sample, click the PLAY button. Note Once you stop, the sampled content will be erased. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 118: Graphic Eq And Parametric Eq

    STEREO A channel (L/R) insert INS ST AL/INS ST AR in/out INS ST BL–INS ST BR STEREO B channel insert in/out PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INS MON L–INS MON C MONITOR channel (L/R/C) insert (PM5D only) in/out If an insert destination is already assigned, a window will appear when you click within the box, asking you to confirm the change.
  • Page 119: Expanding The Geq Modules

    Here’s how to control the desired graphic EQ by using the faders and buttons shown in the GEQ PARAM screen (GEQ function). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual In the DSP CONFIGURATION box located in the lower right of the screen, click the left/...
  • Page 120: Controlling The Graphic Eq From The Dca Section

    GEQ PARAM GEQ/PEQ button MODULE box ASSIGN TO FADERS area PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Click the the MODULE box to select the GEQ module you want to operate. At this time, make sure that the GEQ ON/OFF button is turned on.
  • Page 121: Basic Parametric Eq Operations

    GEQ PARAM GEQ/PEQ button MODULE box EQ ON/OFF button PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual When you have finished using the DCA faders to control the graphic EQ, either press the FADER MODE [DCA] key or click the OFF but- ton in the ASSIGN TO FADERS area.
  • Page 122: Controlling The Parametric Eq From The Selected Channel Section

    SELECTED CHANNEL section other than EQUAL- IZER. For details on using the SELECTED CHANNEL section, refer to p.65. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Hint • GEQ module settings are saved as part of the scene. You can also save desired GEQ module settings in a library. For details, refer to the Reference section GEQ LIBRARY screen ( ➥...
  • Page 123: Remote Control

    MIDI IN MIDI OUT MIDI IN PM5D PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • MIDI Remote function You can assign MIDI messages to the controls of the INPUT/ST IN channel strip, and transmit those MIDI messages by operating the controls. This capability can...
  • Page 124 The MIDI port and MIDI channel used for program change transmission/reception can also be specified from the MIDI SETUP screen ( ➥ p.188). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual In the list at the right side of the screen, dis- play the MIDI channel (bank) and program number to which you want to assign an event, and click that line.
  • Page 125: Using Control Changes To Control Events

    PM5D’s MIDI IN connector. Connect the MIDI OUT connector of the PM5D to the MIDI IN connector of the external device. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual When you have finished making settings, click the OK button in the MIDI PGM CHANGE window.
  • Page 126 The MIDI port and MIDI channel used for control change transmission/reception can also be specified from the MIDI SETUP screen ( ➥ p.188). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual If TABLE [SINGLE] or TABLE [MULTI] are selected as the control change transmission/...
  • Page 127: Using The Midi Remote Function

    If desired, you can specify that a value within the message varies according to the movement of the controller. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Assigning MIDI messages to controllers Here’s how to specify the MIDI port used by the MIDI Remote function, and assign a MIDI message to the desired MIDI remote channel.
  • Page 128 MIDI message boxes that let you assign a MIDI mes- sage to the ENCODER [ON] key, encoder, CH [ON] key, and fader. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual LATCH button You can assign a MIDI message to a controller in any of the following three ways.
  • Page 129 Use this in conjunction with the PASTE button to copy a message from one con- troller to another bank or controller. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual When you have finished inputting data in the MIDI REMOTE SETUP window, click the OK button. The hexadecimal values will be input in the MIDI message box of the MIDI REMOTE screen.
  • Page 130 If the status byte is omitted from the last message, the appropriate status byte will be supplied. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Assign messages to other MIDI remote chan- nels or other banks in the same way.
  • Page 131: Using Midi Remote Channels

    Encoder/fader INPUT CH mode area layer PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Operate the appropriate channel strip. MIDI messages will be transmitted from the corre- sponding MIDI port. To disable the MIDI Remote function, turn off the ASSIGN TO CH STRIP SECTION buttons.
  • Page 132: Transmitting Midi Events When You Switch Scenes

    In the MIDI EVENT column you will input the MIDI message that will be transmitted when you recall that scene. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Click the button at the left edge of the MIDI EVENT column to open the MIDI EVENT SETUP window.
  • Page 133: Using Gpi (General Purpose Interface)

    LED in the above circuit (GPO 1–GPO 12) will light. (If the polarity of the GPI OUT port is High Active, the LED will go dark.) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Using GPI IN You can use the GPI IN ports of the GPI connector to con- trol PM5D parameters from an external device.
  • Page 134 DIMMER ON tion on/off SOURCE = MONITOR [monitor Switches the monitor source source name] Switches the Monitor section MONO ON [MONO] key on PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FUNCTION TALK- BACK ON CH ON- LATCH CH ON- UNLATCH PARAMETER FADER...
  • Page 135: Calibrating The Gpi In Ports

    Low level and High level of the input signal. (The result is the same as switching the POLARITY setting of the GPI IN port.) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Turn on the CALIBRATION button. The red line (or red square) in the GPI IN monitor area will temporarily disappear, and only the yellow symbol will remain.
  • Page 136: Using Gpi Out

    For each GPI OUT port you can select the following three functions (multiple selections are allowed). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ FADER START A fader operation on the PM5D will be the trigger for out- putting a signal from the GPI OUT port.
  • Page 137 LATCH UNLATCH PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ TALLY (other) Other operations on the PM5D will be the trigger for out- putting a signal from the GPI OUT port. When the corresponding operation is executed on the PM5D, a con- trol signal will be output.
  • Page 138: Using Memory Cards

    Saving files to a memory card Here’s how to save individual items of data (or all data) from the PM5D/DSP5D onto a memory card. If the PM5D and DSP5D are cascade-connected, the settings of each machine can be consecutively saved by a single operation.
  • Page 139 TYPE column will indicate “[DIR].” A directory below the current level PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual To move to a lower directory, click the directory line to select it (that line will move to the center of the list), and click the directory name shown in the FILE NAME column.
  • Page 140: Loading Files From A Memory Card

    Insert the memory card containing the data you want to load into the memory card slot located on the front panel of the PM5D. If the PM5D and DSP5D are cascade-con- nected, switch to the machine into which you want to load the settings.
  • Page 141 Before loading, make sure you are not acci- dentally overwriting important scenes or library data. • If a DSP5D (machine #2 or #3) is selected as the target of control, CSV files can’t be loaded. If you need to load a CSV file, please use DSP5D Editor.
  • Page 142: Surround Pan

    This mode uses six channels; left and right front, left and right rear, front center, and subwoofer. Subwoofer Front L Center Rear L PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • 6.1ch This mode uses seven channels; 5.1ch with the addi- tion of rear center. Front R Front L...
  • Page 143: Bus Configuration And Operation In Surround Mode

    Input channel 1 Input channel 2 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual How the MIX section will operate When a surround mode is selected, the MIX encoders allo- cated to surround buses will operate differently than normal.
  • Page 144: Basic Settings For Surround Buses

    When you click a button a window will appear, asking you to confirm that you want to switch the surround mode. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A Output level The encoders adjust the output level of each surround channel.
  • Page 145: Controlling Surround Pan

    STEREO LINK button Pan buttons SURROUND BUS ON/OFF buttons Surround pan grid PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Use the channel selection area to select the input channels whose surround pan settings you want to edit. Two adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered chan- nels (or ST IN/FX RTN channels L and R) will be displayed.
  • Page 146 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Edit other parameters as desired. In the SURR PARAM screen you can also edit the fol- lowing parameters.
  • Page 147: Notes Regarding Surround Pan

    CURRENT SCENE area of the GLOBAL PASTE screen (SCENE function). In addition, the settings of the STEREO LINK area will also be pasted if two adjacent channels are selected. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 148: Other Functions

    USER DEFINED [1]–[25] keys are pressed. In the DISPLAY ACCESS section, press the [UTILITY] key repeatedly to access the USER DEFINE screen shown below. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual BANK SELECT area USER DEFINE In this screen you can make User Defined key assign- ments for each of four banks;...
  • Page 149: Executing Functions Assigned To The User Defined Keys

    B FADER MODE [DCA] key If this button is on, DCA faders 1–8 will control DCA groups 1–8. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Executing functions assigned to the User Defined keys Here’s how to use the USER DEFINED [1]–[25] keys to execute the functions that have been assigned to them.
  • Page 150: Switching The Fader Mode Section Layer

    • Input channels and output channels can coexist in the same layer. • Channels of each machine cascade-connected with the DSP5D are assigned to the channels that show the corre- sponding machine ID (#1–#3). Channels of the currently selected machine are assigned to the channels for which a machine ID is not shown.
  • Page 151: Locking The Pm5D (Security Functions)

    A window will appear, and you will be asked to input the new password. (The upper left of the window indi- cates “NEW PASSWORD.”) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual As an example, the illustration below shows the SYS- TEM PASSWORD CHANGE window where you specify the system password.
  • Page 152: Using Parameter Lock Or Console Lock

    Note If the LOAD LOCK button is on, synchronization can occur only from this unit to PM5D Editor/DSP5D Editor (not the reverse) when synchronizing with PM5D Editor/DSP5D Editor. Input the password you assigned beforehand, and click the OK button.
  • Page 153: Using Cascade Connections

    Using cascade connections You can share buses by cascade-connecting a PM5D and DSP5D, multiple PM5D units (maximum of four units), or a PM5D with an external mixer (Yamaha DM2000/02R96, etc.). When multiple PM5D/DSP5D units are cascade-connected, opera- tions such as scene store/recall, cue/solo, and dimmer can also be linked.
  • Page 154: Basic Settings For Cascade Connection

    In the Mixer Setup window, use Cascade Con- nection to specify the machine ID number. Note For details, refer to the DSP5D Editor Owner’s Manual. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Basic settings for cascade connection Here we will explain the basic settings needed when cas- cade-connecting the PM5D and DSP5D, and when cascade-connecting two PM5D units bi-directionally.
  • Page 155 If you turn the BI-DIRECTION button on, the mixed audio signals of both cascade-connected PM5D units will be output from both units. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Select “PM5D” in the CASCADE FROM field and in the CASCADE TO field.
  • Page 156: Selecting The Buses Used For Cascade Connection

    PM5D units are cascade-connected. Note In the case of a system that is cascade-connected to the DSP5D, the system will always operate as though the CAS- CADE LINK area’s LINK button is on; this setting cannot be changed. In the CASCADE LINK area at the left of the screen, turn on the buttons for the operations that you want to be linked.
  • Page 157 CASCADE IN button of the receiving unit are both turned on for the same bus. • If a device other than the PM5D/DSP5D is selected as the other cascade-connected device, the transmission source indication shown in the CASCADE IN SOURCE field will change ( ➥...
  • Page 158: Connecting The Pm5D To Your Computer Via Usb

    The following procedure assumes that the PM5D Editor pro- gram and USB-MIDI driver have already been correctly installed in the computer. Before you continue, download the program and driver from the Yamaha website and install them. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ In the DISPLAY ACCESS section, repeatedly press the [MIDI/REMOTE] key until the MIDI SETUP screen appears.
  • Page 159: Connecting The Dsp5D To Your Computer Via Ethernet

    Connecting the DSP5D to your computer via Ethernet You can use the DSP5D Editor program installed in your computer to control the DSP5D’s parameters and to back up and restore the contents of its memory. Here we will explain the necessary steps for using an Ethernet cable to connect the DSP5D to your computer.
  • Page 160: Initializing The Pm5D's Internal Memory

    After the opening screen, the following initialization menu screen will appear. Initializing the DSP5D’s internal memory If an error occurs in the DSP5D’s internal memory, or if you are unable to connect from your computer because you’ve forgotten the network settings, you can use the fol- lowing procedure to initialize all of the DSP5D’s memory...
  • Page 161: Adjusting The Faders And Input/Output Gain (Calibration)

    Click the OK button in the window. The calibration settings will be applied, and the PM5D will start up in normal mode. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Calibrating the faders Here you can execute a semi-automatic procedure for cali- brating the faders of the specified channel strip (INPUT, DCA, STEREO A/B, ST IN/FX RTN).
  • Page 162: Adjusting The Analog Input Gain (Pm5D-Rh Model Only)

    Initializing the internal memory will return these settings to their factory-set values. • Fine adjustments of the DSP5D’s input/output gain should be made from DSP5D Editor. To adjust the gain, click the buttons located at the left and right of each box to specify the gain of each input port in 0.1 dB units.
  • Page 163: Information Shown In The Display

    If the scene is write-protected, a lock icon is displayed at the right of the title, and read- only scenes are indicated as “R.” PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Note • You can move the cursor to the scene number and turn the [DATA] encoder to select a scene.
  • Page 164: Main Area Of The Display

    B MACHINE ID If the DSP5 is cascade-connected, this indicates the machine (PM5D or DSP5D) #1–#3 that is being con- trolled from the panel. You can also move the cursor and turn the [DATA] encoder to change this directly.
  • Page 165: Function Menu

    Indicates the currently selected bank of User Defined keys. You can also move the cursor and turn the [DATA] encoder to change this directly. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Function menu Here you can select the function that you want to view in the display.
  • Page 166: Global Functions

    You can’t switch the effect type in this screen. If you want to switch to a different effect type, recall an effect that uses the desired effect type from the effect library. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Global functions C Input patch This box lets you select the signal path that will be patched to the L/R input channels of the internal effect.
  • Page 167: Output Meter

    J LIBRARY This button accesses the EFFECT LIBRARY screen for the currently selected effect. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual K TEMPO parameter If a delay-type or modulation-type effect type is selected, the tempo parameter will be displayed here.
  • Page 168: Effect Assign Screen

    This box indicates the signal path that is patched to the L/R input channels of the internal effect. You can also directly assign the signal path in this box. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F Output patch This box indicates the signal path that is patched to the L/R output channels of the internal effect.
  • Page 169: Effect Library Screen

    Indicates the effect type of the currently selected effect. E Output meter Indicates the output level of the effect. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F Library effect type Indicates the effect type of the library item selected in the list.
  • Page 170: Plug-In Screen

    Y96K. • In PREVIEW mode, the PLUG-IN screen will not show the state of the Y96K. Note The DSP5D does not support the Y96K. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual GEQ function GEQ PARAM (GEQ parameter) screen...
  • Page 171: Peak Hold

    This button accesses the GEQ LIBRARY screen. G Level meter This meter indicates the peak level before and after the GEQ module. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ When graphic EQ is selected H SLOW/FAST Switches the fall speed of the spectrum analyzer between slow or fast.
  • Page 172 S EQ TYPE This selects the EQ type. Turn the TYPE I button on to choose the algorithm used in conventional Yamaha digital mixers, or turn the TYPE II button on to choose a newly-developed algorithm. Using TYPE II will decrease the interference between bands.
  • Page 173: Geq Assign Screen

    PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F DSP CONFIGURATION This box lets you change the number of assignments for the internal effects and GEQ modules.
  • Page 174: Geq Library Screen

    GEQ module. E Level meter This meter indicates the peak level before and after the GEQ module. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F RECALL Recalls the library item selected in the list into the cur- rently selected GEQ module.
  • Page 175: Scene Function

    MIDI OUT connector when the scene is recalled. When you click the appear, allowing you to input a MIDI event in hexa- decimal form (➥ p.128). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual button button at the left. button at left a window will...
  • Page 176 GPI OUT ports 1–12 when the scene is recalled. When you click a but- ton corresponding to a port 1–12, the setting will change in the following order. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Display None Note •...
  • Page 177: Event List Screen

    These are linked with the DIRECT RECALL/MUTE MASTER buttons shown at the bottom of the display. (➥ p.165) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual EVENT LIST screen The Event List function lets you register scenes in the order of use, so that these scenes can be recalled either manually or automatically according to the specified time code or interval.
  • Page 178: Event List

    OFF. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • In the two-second interval after time code starts, events may not be executed because synchronization is being estab- lished.
  • Page 179 29.97 ..29.97 frames/second (non-drop) 29.97D ..29.97 frames/second (drop frame) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual 25 ..25 frames/second 24 .
  • Page 180: Selective Recall Screen

    OFF, or if there is no time code setting in the EVENT TRIGGER field (only for [MANUAL] and [INTERVAL]), the NEXT EVENT will be the beginning of the list. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual SELECTIVE RECALL screen In this screen you can make settings for the Selective Recall...
  • Page 181 • Settings in the parameter matrix grid are ignored for chan- nels whose SAFE ON/OFF button or RECALL ON/OFF button is switched off. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F ASSIGN This area indicates the number of assigned channels for each parameter.
  • Page 182: Recall Safe Screen

    Recall causes the settings of a parameter to differ between L and R channels. In such cases, the parameter will be linked when it is next operated. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual RECALL SAFE screen Here you can specify parameters/channels that will be excluded from recall operations for all scenes.
  • Page 183 H CLEAR ALL These buttons turn off the buttons of all channels or all buttons of the corresponding parameter. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual I SELECTIVE RECALL PARAMETERS PASTE This button copies parameter settings from the SELEC- TIVE RECALL screen, and pastes them into the RECALL SAFE screen.
  • Page 184: Fade Time Screen

    Recall causes the settings of a parameter to differ between L and R channels. In such cases, the parameter will be linked when it is next operated. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FADE TIME screen Here you can specify how fader and pan will change smoothly to their new values over a specified duration when the scene is recalled.
  • Page 185 In this window, select the copy-destination item and click the OK button; the value of the selected channel will be copied. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual E SET ALL This button enables the Fade function for all input channels or output channels.
  • Page 186: Tracking Recall Screen

    PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F ON (Tracking On) These buttons enable/disable tracking for each chan- nel. If the TRACKING RECALL ENABLED/ DISABLED button is set to ENABLED, tracking is enabled on channels for which this button is ON.
  • Page 187: Global Paste Screen

    1 ) you choose. mode ( PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • If Paste Mode= INPUT Select input channels in the left area, and select param- eters in the right area. You can select the following parameters.
  • Page 188: Midi Remote Function

    MIDI REMOTE function Note The various MIDI REMOTE function screens other than the DME CONTROL screen are invalid if the DSP5D is selected. MIDI SETUP screen Here you can select the types of MIDI message transmitted and received by the PM5D, and select the MIDI port that will be used.
  • Page 189 (1–8) in the field on the right (Depending on the card that is installed, some slots may have only one port.) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • SINGLE MODE MIDI CH Tx (MIDI transmission channel for Single mode)
  • Page 190: Midi Pgm Change (Midi Program Change) Screen

    Here you can select the port and ID number (1–8) used to communicate with the PM5D Editor application, which controls the PM5D from a computer. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIDI PGM CHANGE (MIDI program change) screen In this screen you can select the scene or effect library assigned to each MIDI program number.
  • Page 191: Midi Ctrl Change (Midi Control Change) Screen

    F CLEAR ALL Clicking this button will delete all event assignments in the list. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIDI CTRL CHANGE (MIDI control change) screen Here you can select the PM5D parameter (fader operation, [ON] key operation, etc.) assigned to each control number.
  • Page 192: Midi Remote Screen

    F CLEAR ALL Clicking this button will delete all event assignments in the list. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIDI REMOTE screen Here you can assign MIDI messages to panel faders, CH [ON] keys, encoders, and ENCODER [ON] keys, and make settings for the MIDI Remote function used to con- trol external devices.
  • Page 193 If SW/ENC/FAD is not specified as the last byte of the MIDI message, turning the key on or off will transmit the same MIDI message; i.e., the same message is transmitted when the key goes off. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 194: Gpi Screen

    GPI IN port), and option parameters for that function. To edit the settings, click the open the GPI IN PORT ASSIGN window, and select the function and parameter from the following table. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FUNCTION NO ASSIGN MONITOR TALKBACK...
  • Page 195 This is equivalent to switching the POLARITY ( selected GPI IN port. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ GPI OUT K GPI OUT port These are the numbers of the GPI OUT ports for which you can make settings.
  • Page 196: Fader Start Screen

    Output channel [CUE] key is turned on PUT ONLY] CUE ON Any [CUE] key is turned on PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FADER START screen Here you can make settings for the Fader Start function which lets you use input channel faders to control GPI OUT ports or external devices.
  • Page 197 FADER START field will be assigned to the channel corresponding to that port (Fader Mode= FADER TALLY). (The opposite is also true.) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • MMC An MMC command will be sent from the currently- enabled MIDI port according to the fader operation of the corresponding channel.
  • Page 198: Transport Screen

    Use a D-Sub 9-pin straight cable to connect the REMOTE RS422 connector to the device you wish to control using P2 or DENON format. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual TRANSPORT C Transport These buttons operate the transport of an external device.
  • Page 199: Dme Control Screen

    LIST screen (SCENE function). (➥ p.177) In the case of RS422, the time data at that moment for the exter- nal device being controlled will be captured. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual DME CONTROL screen Here you can remotely control various functions of a Yamaha DME series digital mixing engine.
  • Page 200 The parameters that can be assigned to DCA faders will depend on the component. This function may not be available for some components. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Connecting the PM5D with a DME series unit Various methods for connecting the PM5D with a DME series unit to transmit and receive audio signals and con- trol signals are shown below.
  • Page 201 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual 5 Connections using the DSP5D If the PM5D and DSP5D are cascade-connected, install a MY-16CII CobraNet card in a slot of the DSP5D (machine #2), and use an Ethernet cable to connect it to the DME series.
  • Page 202 MIDI REMOTE function 2 Connection using a DCU5D unit You can use an Ethernet cable to connect the DSP5D and DME series via a DCU5D digital cabling unit. to CASCADE IN (D-SUB) connector CASCADE OUT (D-SUB) connector IN connector DCU5D...
  • Page 203 Hint For a system in which only the DSP5D and DME are con- nected, use DSP5D Editor to specify the DSP5D port that will be connected to the DME.
  • Page 204: Utility Function

    Preference settings for the PM5D are divided into two screens. PREFERENCE 1 PREFERENCE 2 PREFERENCE 2 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A STORE/RECALL These buttons let you turn on/off options related to scene store/recall operations. You can select the follow- ing options.
  • Page 205: Meter Section

    MIX/MATRIX channel levels. Press the MIX section [MIX SEND] key to return to the original input channel level display. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual buttons at F PANEL OPERATION Here you can set the following options for panel operation.
  • Page 206 MIX SEND SELECT [1]–[24] keys of the FADER FLIP ENCODER MODE section in tandem. In the same way, pressing MIX SEND SELECT [1]–[24] keys will select MIX channels 1–24. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ PREFERENCE screen 2 Screen that appears OUTPUT VIEW func-...
  • Page 207 This indicates the voltage of the internal battery. P POWER SUPPLY (DSP5D only) This indicates the status of the DSP5D’s power supply. This will indicate “INTERNAL” if the DSP5D is oper- ating on its internal power supply, or “EXTERNAL” if it is operating on the PW800W external power supply.
  • Page 208: User Define Screen

    DIRECT RECALL → GEQ 1–20 GEQ LIBRARY ENABLE/DISABLE TRACKING RECALL OFFSET LOCK SELECTED CH ON PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A BANK Select a bank A–D (groups of functions assigned to the User Defined keys). B CLEAR BANK Clears the currently selected bank.
  • Page 209 STOP, MMC FF, MMC REW, MMC LOCATE 1–20 GPI OUT CONTROL PORT 1–12 PM5D EDITOR CON- TROL PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual PARAMETER 2 When an output channel is selected, turn talkback transmis- — sion on/off for that channel MIX 1–24, MATRIX 1–8, STEREO A L/R, STE- Send the talkback signal to the specified output channel...
  • Page 210 REO fader and [ON] key Dark: Monitor or CUE is enabled Lit: STEREO A/B channels are enabled Select the PM5D or DSP5D (#2 or #3) as the machine that #1(PM5D), #2(DSP5D), will be controlled by panel operations (Lit if the specified...
  • Page 211: Save Screen

    Here you can save PM5D scenes and library data on a memory card inserted in the MEMORY CARD slot. This cannot be used while in PREVIEW mode. Hint If the PM5D and DSP5D are cascade-connected, the settings of each machine can be consecutively saved by a single operation. SAVE...
  • Page 212: Advanced Mode

    Note If a DSP5D (machine #2 or #3) is selected as the target of control, CSV files can’t be written. If you need to write a CSV file, please use DSP5D Editor.
  • Page 213: Channel Name

    I SET ALL Selects all LIBRARY TITLE / CHANNEL NAME items. J CLEAR ALL De-selects all items. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Content K FILE PATH Indicates the directory (folder) that is currently selected on the memory card inserted in the MEMORY CARD slot, and the location of the file.
  • Page 214 COMMENT field of the file selected in the list to open the FILE COMMENT EDIT window. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual N Number of files / Free area This displays the number of files and directories in the current directory, and the free area on the memory card.
  • Page 215: Load Screen

    COMMENT field, use the scroll bar to scroll the list toward the right.) The contents of each column are the same as in the SAVE screen (➥ p.213). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual D Mode Here you can select the mode in which files will be loaded.
  • Page 216 Note If a DSP5D (machine #2 or #3) is selected as the target of control, CSV files can’t be loaded. If you need to load a CSV file, please use DSP5D Editor.
  • Page 217: Fader Assign Screen

    The machine, INPUT channel strip, DCA faders, and ST IN/FX RTN channel strip will change. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F Faders 1–8 The parameter assigned to each fader of the DCA fader section is shown here. This will depend on the cur- rently selected fader mode.
  • Page 218: Security Screen

    SYSTEM PASSWORD CHECK window, where you will need to input the system password. If this but- ton is on, synchronization with PM5D Editor/DSP5D Editor can occur only from this unit to PM5D Editor/ DSP5D Editor (not in the opposite direction).
  • Page 219: Sys/W.clock Function

    CONSOLE PASSWORD CHECK window, where you will need to input the console password. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual SYS/W.CLOCK function WORD CLOCK screen Here you can select the word clock on which the PM5D will operate.
  • Page 220 SYS/W.CLOCK function Note • For the DSP5D, you cannot select 2TR IN D1–D3 or SLOT 3–4. For CASCADE IN, you can choose either the D-sub 68- pin connector or the RJ-45 connector. • If you make cascade or other connections using the DCU5D’s CASCADE OUT (RJ-45) connector, it will not be...
  • Page 221: Mixer Setup Screen

    If you assign a previously-assigned port to a different port, the patch will be turned off (shown in PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual gray) for the port whose assignment was taken away. If a slot is exchanged with the CASCADE IN connector, the cascade bus number will be displayed in black on a yel- low background in the slot port number display area.
  • Page 222 Surround Pan function (➥ p.142). • STEREO This is conventional stereo mode. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • 3-1ch This mode uses four channels: L (front left), C (front center), R (front right), and S (surround).
  • Page 223 This system cascade-connects two DSP5D units to the PM5D, expanding the number of input channels to 144 monaural input channels. • PM5D-DCU5D — DSP5D-DSP5D This system cascade-connects one DCU5D and two DSP5D units to the PM5D, adding 96 remotely located monaural inputs. Reference section...
  • Page 224 SYS/W.CLOCK function • PM5D-DCU5D — DSP5D-DCU5D — DSP5D This system cascade-connects two DCU5D units and two DSP5D units to the PM5D, adding two sets of 48 remotely located monaural inputs. J CASCADE ENABLED/DISABLED Turns the Cascade function on/off. Note • If you edit the parameters ( –...
  • Page 225 PM5D/ PM5D+DCU5D (i.e., a different PM5D unit) or “----” (transmission disabled). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual O CASCADE OUT PORT SOURCE SELECT Select one of the following as the signal source that will be output from the CASCADE OUT connector.
  • Page 226: Cascade Screen

    MASTER unit. The final mix of all signals will be output from the PM5D that is connected last in the chain. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual CASCADE screen Here you can make various settings related to cascade connection.
  • Page 227 PM5D/DSP5D units, refer to p.153. • In the case of a system that is cascade-connected to the DSP5D, the system will always operate as though the CAS- CADE LINK area’s LINK button is on; this setting cannot be changed. Other operations may also be linked.
  • Page 228: Ha (Head Amp) Screen

    In this screen you can make settings such as phantom power (+48V), gain, and HPF for each of the internal head amps (PM5D-RH model and DSP5D only), or for each channel of an external head amp device that supports remote control via the dedicated protocol (e.g., Yamaha AD8HR or AD824).
  • Page 229: Output Port Att (Output Port Attenuation) Screen

    Move the cursor to the box, and turn the [DATA] encoder to adjust the value in a range of –9 to 0 dB. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual DITHER screen In this screen you can turn dithering on/off and specify the bit depth for dithering.
  • Page 230: Ha Library Screen

    (ID numbers= 1–8) for which data is stored in the library. Note If a DSP5D (machine #2 or #3) is selected as the target of control, this information will not be displayed. J Library list Use the scroll bar to select the library item on which you want to perform an operation.
  • Page 231: Meter Function

    AD824, the gain settings of each chan- nel will be converted into 6 dB units in order to match the specifications of the AD824. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual METER function INPUT METER screen This screen contains meters that show the input level of the input channels (input channels 1–48, ST IN channels 1–4,...
  • Page 232: Output Meter Screen

    E Pair icon This indicates the pairing status of two adjacent odd- numbered/even-numbered channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OUTPUT METER screen This screen contains meters that show the output level of output channels (MIX channels 1–24, MATRIX channels 1–8, STEREO A/B channels), MONITOR (L/R/C), and...
  • Page 233: Input Gr (Input Gain Reduction) Screen

    ∑ segment will light. E Pair icon This indicates the pairing status of two adjacent odd- numbered/even-numbered channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INPUT GR (Input Gain Reduction) screen This screen contains meters that show the amount of gain reduction produced by the gate/compressor for each input channel (input channels 1–48, ST IN channels 1–4).
  • Page 234: Output Gr (Output Gain Reduction) Screen

    • The WITH ANALOG VOLUME icon below the button indi- cates that the LEVEL volume in the TALKBACK section of the panel will affect only the signal being input from the TALKBACK jack. • If the DSP5D is selected, the TALKBACK IN field is not displayed. Reference section...
  • Page 235 ON/OFF button or press and hold down the TALKBACK [ON] button; talkback will turn off when you release the button or key (Unlatched operation). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual I BUS ASSIGN Here you can select the bus(es) or output jack(s) from which the talkback signal will be sent.
  • Page 236: Oscillator Screen

    Here you can set various items according to the selec- 2 ). tion in ( PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • If SINE WAVE 1CH is selected • If SINE WAVE 2CH is selected • If PINK NOISE is selected •...
  • Page 237: 2Tr I/O Screen

    2TR I/O screen This screen contains various settings and indications for 2TR IN / 2TR OUT. Note The 2TR I/O screen is disabled if the DSP5D is selected. 2TR I/O Time A Input level meters These indicate the input level of 2TR IN DIGITAL jacks 1–3 and 2TR IN ANALOG jacks 1–2.
  • Page 238: Monitor Screen

    ON or THROUGH (off). G Fs (Sampling frequency) This indicates the sampling frequency at which the PM5D is operating. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MONITOR screen Here you can make settings and perform operations related to monitoring.
  • Page 239 If this button is off, the cue/solo signal will never be output from the MONITOR OUT jacks. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F MONITOR MODE Here you can select one of the following two ways in which the signal will be output from the MONITOR OUT jacks.
  • Page 240: Cue/Solo Screen

    [LEVEL] knob on the top panel of the PM5D. M MONITOR OUT Switches the signal sent from the MONITOR OUT jacks on/off. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual CUE/SOLO screen Here you can make settings and perform operations related to the Cue/Solo function.
  • Page 241 • DCA TRIM Adjusts the level of cue output from a DCA group in a range of –20 dB to +10 dB. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • DCA UNITY If this button is on, pressing a DCA [CUE] key will always monitor the corresponding DCA group at unity gain (the same level at when the DCA fader is at 0 dB).
  • Page 242 Solo Safe settings and Cue on/off operations are linked for paired channels. Solo Safe operations can be performed inde- pendently of the scene memory. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual I Level meter This is a peak level meter that indicates the level of the signals output from the CUE OUT jacks.
  • Page 243: Output Functions

    2TR OUT L/R channels of 2TR OUT DIGITAL jacks 1–3 Note On the DSP5D, you can choose from OMNI OUT 1-24, SLOT OUT 1-4 (SLOT OUT 3-4 is the CASCADE OUT connector), and FX IN 1-8. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual symbol.
  • Page 244: Insert Patch Screen

    When you click the name area, a window will appear, allowing you to assign a name to the channel. Note On the DSP5D, this is unavailable for the MONITOR L/R/C channels. Reference section...
  • Page 245: Output Port

    2TR OUT L/R channels of 2TR OUT DIGITAL jacks 1–3 Note On the DSP5D, you can choose from OMNI OUT 1-24, SLOT OUT 1-4 (SLOT OUT 3-4 is the CASCADE OUT connector), FX IN 1-8, and GEQ IN 1-20. Hint If you select FX IN as an insert-out, the output of the same internal effect will automatically be selected as the insert-in.
  • Page 246: Insert Point Screen

    When you move the cursor to the insert I/O point 4 ), the insert point for that output channel will be shown graphically. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual B OUTPUT CH (Output channel) This is the number and name of the output channel you are editing.
  • Page 247: Name Screen

    B Patch information for the current scene This area shows the output patch settings for the cur- rent scene. Note If a DSP5D (machine #2 or #3) is selected as the target of control, this information will not be displayed. Reference section...
  • Page 248: Output Insert Function

    Use the scroll bar to select the library item on which you want to perform an operation. The selected library item will move to the center, and will be highlighted. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OUTPUT INSERT function INSERT IN MIX 1-24 screen...
  • Page 249: Ha Library Screen

    Hint The HA settings you edit in this screen are also reflected in the HA screen (SYS/W.CLOCK function). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual HA LIBRARY screen This screen is shared with HA LIBRARY in the SYS/ W.CLOCK function (➥ p.230).
  • Page 250: Output Eq Function

    (If a MIX channel or STEREO A/B channel is selected) EQ PARAM (If a MATRIX channel is selected) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A Channel selection Select the output channel that you want to edit. You can use eight-band EQ (four UPPER bands + four LOWER bands) for MIX channels and STEREO A/B channels, and four-band EQ for MATRIX channels.
  • Page 251: Mix 1-24 Screen

    If this button is on, the HIGH EQ will function as a low-pass filter. The Q knob will disappear, and the GAIN knob is used to switch the LPF on/off. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIX 1-24 screen MATRIX/STEREO screen These screens list the EQ settings for all output channels.
  • Page 252: Output Eq Library Screen

    D Level meter This meter indicates the peak level after EQ. If the sig- nal clips, the OVER segment will light. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY screen Here you can recall, store, rename, or delete items in the output EQ library.
  • Page 253: Output Comp Function

    Use the scroll bar to select the library item on which you want to perform an operation. The selected library item will move to the center, and will be highlighted. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OUTPUT COMP function COMP PARAM (Compressor parame-...
  • Page 254: Level Meters

    (STEREO LINK button on) for adjacent odd-num- bered/even-numbered MIX/MATRIX channels or the L/R channels of the STEREO A/B channels, or not (STEREO LINK button off). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Key-in signal flow when Link= On LINK= ON Key-in signal of odd-...
  • Page 255: Mix 1-24 Screen

    Select the sharpness at which the output level changes; the range is HARD or 1–5. HARD produces the sharp- est change, and 5 produces the most gradual change. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIX 1-24 screen MATRIX/STEREO screen These screens show the compressor settings for all output channels.
  • Page 256: Comp Library (Compressor Library) Screen

    This is the number and name of the channel you are editing. Two paired channels are indicated by a heart symbol displayed between them. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual COMP LIBRARY (Compressor library) screen Here you can recall, store, rename, or delete items in the compressor library.
  • Page 257: Output Delay Function

    Use the scroll bar to select the library item on which you want to perform an operation. The selected library item will move to the center, and will be highlighted. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OUTPUT DELAY function MIX 1-24 screen...
  • Page 258: Output Dca/Group Function

    This is the number and name of the channel you are editing. Two paired channels are indicated by a heart symbol displayed between them. You can click this symbol to enable/disable pairing. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OUTPUT DCA/GROUP func- tion DCA GROUP ASSIGN screen Here you can specify the output channels that will be assigned to DCA groups 7/8.
  • Page 259: Mute Group Assign Screen

    • ALL MINIMUM Clicking this button will move DCA faders 7/8 to the –∞ dB position. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MUTE GROUP ASSIGN screen Here you can specify the output channels that will be assigned to mute groups 1–8. Muting can be switched on/ off together for channels assigned to the same mute group.
  • Page 260: Eq Link Assign Screen

    This is the same function as the DIRECT RECALL/ MUTE MASTER buttons located at the bottom of the display (➥ p.165). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual EQ LINK ASSIGN screen Here you can specify the output channels that will be assigned to EQ link groups A–H.
  • Page 261: Comp Link Assign (Compressor Link Assign) Screen

    D CLEAR This button clears all output channels assigned to that EQ link group. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual COMP LINK ASSIGN (Compressor link assign) screen Here you can specify the output channels that will be assigned to compressor link groups A–H.
  • Page 262: Matrix/St Function

    D CLEAR This button clears all output channels assigned to that compressor link group. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MATRIX/ST function MATRIX/ST ROUTING screen Here you can send the signal from MIX channels and STE- REO A/B channels to the STEREO bus or the desired MATRIX bus.
  • Page 263 MIX CHANNEL 2 FADER to MATRIX1 LEVEL to MATRIX2 LEVEL PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ If the MATRIX channels are paired PAN knobs Adjust the panning of the signals sent from the MIX channels and STEREO A/B channels to each pair of adjacent odd-numbered/ even-numbered MATRIX buses.
  • Page 264: Mix To Matrix View Screen

    MIX channels are indicated by a heart symbol dis- played between them. You can click this symbol to enable/disable pairing. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIX to MATRIX VIEW screen This screen lists the signals sent from the MIX channels to the MATRIX buses.
  • Page 265 [SHIFT] key and press the [ENTER] key. (Alternatively, hold down the [SHIFT] key and click the desired grid.) When the JOB SELECT win- PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual dow appears, select one of the following choices to copy, and click the OK button.
  • Page 266 (MIX or STEREO A/B) and MATRIX bus corresponding to the grid where the cursor is located. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual D SELECTED PARAMETER (currently selected parameter) This area indicates the channel (MIX or STEREO A/B) and MATRIX bus corresponding to the grid where the cursor is currently located.
  • Page 267: Lcr Screen

    PAN control, and no signal will be sent to the CENTER channel. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual If CSR is set to 100%, turning the PAN knob ([PAN] encoder) will change the signal levels of the L/R chan- nels as shown below.
  • Page 268: Surr Setup Screen

    • By selecting LCR as the monitor source, you can monitor the LCR signal from the MONITOR OUT jacks L/C/R. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual SURR SETUP screen Here you can make various settings related to surround functionality, such as selecting the surround mode, and assigning MIX buses to surround channels.
  • Page 269 D SURROUND BUS ALLOCATION Select either MIX buses 1–8 or 9–16 as the range of MIX buses used as surround buses. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual but- E DELAY This specifies the delay time for each surround channel in a range of 0–1000 msec.
  • Page 270: Output View Function

    EQ on/off status. You can click the EQ ON/OFF button to switch EQ on/off in this screen. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual If you click the mini-graph, the EQ PARAM screen for that channel will appear.
  • Page 271 POST FADER, POST DELAY, or POST ON). You can edit this setting by clicking the / buttons at the left and right. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual O Fader This controls the output level of the channel. P CUE This button cue-monitors the signal of the channel.
  • Page 272: Signal Flow Screen

    Here you can also select the insert point (use the / buttons at left and right), or switch insertion on/off (use the ON/OFF button). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual C Level meters These meters indicate the levels within the signal flow.
  • Page 273: Fader View Screen

    This area shows the pan, the send position, and the on/ off status of the signal sent from the MIX channel to the STEREO bus. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FADER VIEW screen This screen shows the on/off status, level, and cue monitor status of the output channels and DCA groups.
  • Page 274: Ch Job (Channel Job) Screen

    • The contents of the buffer memory are erased when the PM5D is powered-off. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual D EXECUTE When you click this button, the specified parameters will be copied from buffer memory to the specified paste-destination channel.
  • Page 275: Output Ch Library Screen

    Specifies the paste-destination as all channels of the same type as the copy-source. H CLEAR ALL De-selects all channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual OUTPUT CH LIBRARY screen Here you can recall, store, rename, or delete items in the output channel library.
  • Page 276 Use the scroll bar to select the library item on which you want to perform an operation. The selected library item will move to the center, and will be highlighted. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual 1 ) is of a Reference section...
  • Page 277: Input Functions

    • If the CASCADE connector is being used as a SLOT IN port, the port number of the CASCADE connector is displayed in yellow instead of the SLOT IN port number. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual symbol. By clicking INPUT jacks 1–48 L/R channels of ST IN jacks 1–4...
  • Page 278: Direct Out Patch Screen

    This button accesses the INPUT PATCH LIBRARY screen (➥ p.283), where you can store/recall input channel patch library settings. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual DIRECT OUT PATCH screen Here you can patch an input channel to an output port so that the input signal will be output directly from that port.
  • Page 279: Insert Patch Screen

    INSERT/DIRECT OUT POINT screen (INPUT PATCH function) to turn on direct output for the corre- sponding input channel ( ➥ p.281). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INSERT PATCH screen In this screen you can patch the input/output ports by which external devices will be inserted into each input channel.
  • Page 280 L/R channels of 2TR IN DIGITAL jacks 1–3 2TR IN or 2TR IN ANALOG jacks 1/2 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual H LIBRARY button This button accesses the INPUT PATCH LIBRARY screen (➥ p.283), where you can store/recall input channel patch library settings.
  • Page 281: Insert/Direct Out Point Screen

    When you move the cursor to an insert I/O point ( the insert and direct output locations for that input channel will be shown graphically. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual B INPUT CH (Input channel) This is the number of the input channel you are edit- ing.
  • Page 282: Name Screen

    J CLEAR ALL Turns direct out off for all channels (including chan- nels not currently shown in the screen). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual NAME screen Here you can assign a name to each input channel and DCA group.
  • Page 283: Input Patch Library Screen

    OUTPUT PATCH function OUTPUT PATCH LIBRARY screen. Refer to p.247. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INPUT HA/INSERT function CH 1-24 (Input channel 1-24) screen CH 25-48 (Input channel 25-48)
  • Page 284: Insert 1-24 Screen

    HA settings as library items. Hint The HA settings you edit in this screen are also reflected in the HA screen (SYS/W.CLOCK function). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INSERT 1-24 screen INSERT 25-48 screen INSERT STIN screen Here you can make settings for internal HAs (PM5D-RH model only) or external HAs assigned to the insert-in of input channels.
  • Page 285: Ha Library Screen

    Hint The HA settings you edit in this screen are also reflected in the HA screen (SYS/W.CLOCK function). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual HA LIBRARY screen This screen is the same as HA LIBRARY in the SYS/ W.CLOCK function (➥ p.230).
  • Page 286: Input Ø/Eq Function

    This button accesses the INPUT EQ LIBRARY screen (➥ p.289), where you can store/recall input channel EQ library settings. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual F ATT (Attenuation) This knob adjusts the amount of attenuation/gain immediately following AD conversion in a range of –96 dB to +24 dB.
  • Page 287: Eq 1-24 Screen

    Example: EQ 1-24 screen → EQ 1,25- screen EQ 1-24 EQ STIN/FXRTN PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A EQ graph This mini-graph shows the approximate EQ response for each input channel. When you click the graph at which the cursor is cur- rently located, the EQ PARAM screen for that channel will appear.
  • Page 288: Ø/Att 1-48 (Phase/Attenuation 1-48) Screen

    AD conversion, and reverse the phase. ø /ATT 1-48 ø /ATT STIN/FXRTN PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A GANG When you turn this button on, attenuation/gain set- tings will be linked for adjacent odd-numbered/even- numbered channels (or the L/R sides of an STIN/ FXRTN channel).
  • Page 289: Input Eq Library Screen

    Except for the fact that these are EQ settings for the input channels, display and operations are the same as in the OUTPUT EQ function OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY screen. Refer to p.252. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INPUT GATE/COMP function GATE PARAM (Gate parameter) screen Here you can edit the gate parameters of the selected input channel.
  • Page 290 LINK= ON Odd-numbered Detect channel key-in signal maximum level Even-numbered channel key-in signal PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Key-in signal flow when Link= Off LINK= OFF Odd-numbered channel key-in signal Even-numbered channel key-in signal Note Stereo Link is fixed at On for paired channels.
  • Page 291: Comp Param (Compressor Parameter) Screen

    Q RANGE Specifies the amount of attenuation while the gate is closed. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual COMP PARAM (Compressor parame- ter) screen Here you can edit the compressor parameters of the selected input channel.
  • Page 292 (STEREO LINK button off). (For details on compres- sor stereo link ➥ p.254) I Compressor graph This graph displays the approximate response of the compressor. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual J KEY IN SOURCE Select the desired key-in signal from the following choices. SELF PRE EQ SELF POST EQ CH 1–48 POST EQ...
  • Page 293: Ch 1-12 (Input Channel 1-12) Screen

    Here you can also copy gate/compressor settings between input channels. CH 1-12 ST IN PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual A Gate graph This mini-graph shows the approximate gate response for each input channel. If you click the mini-graph, the GATE PARAM screen for that channel will appear.
  • Page 294: Gate Library Screen

    (PRE) and after the gate (POST). If the signal clips, the OVER segment will light. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual E RECALL Recalls the gate library item selected in the list into memory.
  • Page 295: Comp Library (Compressor Library) Screen

    Except for the fact that these settings are for input chan- nels, this is the same as the OUTPUT COMP function COMP LIBRARY screen. Refer to p.256. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INPUT DELAY function CH 1-24 (Input channel 1–24) screen CH 25-48 (Input channel 25–48)
  • Page 296: Input Dca/Group Function

    IN channel) are indicated by a heart symbol displayed between them. You can click this symbol to enable/dis- able pairing. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INPUT DCA/GROUP function DCA GROUP ASSIGN screen Here you can specify the input channels that will be assigned to DCA groups 1–8.
  • Page 297: Mute Group Assign Screen

    • ALL MINIMUM Clicking this button will move DCA faders 1–8 to the –∞ dB position. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MUTE GROUP ASSIGN screen Here you can specify the input channels that will be assigned to mute groups 1–8. Muting can be switched on/ off together for channels assigned to the same mute group.
  • Page 298: Eq Link Assign Screen

    Input channels and output channels use separate EQ link groups. Input channels use groups A–H, and output channels use groups 1–8. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual C SET BY CUE (Assign by [CUE] key) This specifies whether the [CUE] key will be used to make/cancel EQ link group assignments.
  • Page 299: Comp Link Assign (Compressor Link Assign) Screen

    Input channels and output channels use separate compres- sor link groups. Input channels use groups A–H, and output channels use groups 1–8. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual PAN/ROUTING function CH to MIX (Channel to mix) screen Here you can send signals from input channels to the desired MIX bus.
  • Page 300 The buttons and knobs displayed here will differ depending on the type (FIXED or VARI) of the send- destination MIX bus, and on whether the MIX buses are paired. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Type = FIXED, Pairing = disabled …… ……...
  • Page 301 MIX buses. INPUT CHANNEL 1 FADER MIX1/2 (FIX) INPUT CHANNEL 2 FADER MIX1/2 (FIX) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Type = VARI, Pairing = disabled Input channel 1 ↓ Input channel 1 MIX bus 1 PRE/POST button...
  • Page 302: Pan Mode

    LEVEL • PRE/POST button= POST INPUT CHANNEL 1 FADER MIX1/2 (VARI) LEVEL PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Input channel 2 ↓ MIX buses 1/2 E PRE EQ/PRE FADER These buttons let you specify in greater detail the loca- tion from which the pre-fader signal will be sent from ) of the an input channel to the MIX buses.
  • Page 303: Mix Minus

    MIX bus will be set to nominal level (0.0 dB). PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • The POST ON/POST TO ST button will be set to POST TO ST for the destination MIX bus.
  • Page 304 Note These “all-at-once” operations are ignored by FIXED-type MIX buses. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • Mix send level Move the cursor to a SEND LEVEL knob in the CH to COPY area; then hold down the [SHIFT] key and click (or press the [SHIFT] key + [ENTER] key) to access the following window.
  • Page 305: Mix Send View Screen

    (or vice versa). • Copying is invalid for channels whose VARI button (in the FOLLOW PAN area) is on. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIX SEND VIEW screen This screen lists the signals sent from the input channels to the MIX buses.
  • Page 306 LEVEL COPY [ALL CH Copy the send level (pan) value of the selected grid to all input channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual LEVEL COPY [ALL CH x ALL MIX] Copy the send level (pan) value of the selected grid to all input channels / all MIX buses.
  • Page 307: Fix Assign View Screen

    The four boxes at right indicate the values for the grid where the cursor is currently located. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FIX ASSIGN VIEW screen This screen lists the signals sent from the input channels to the buses and direct outputs.
  • Page 308: Lcr Screen

    Clicking this button cancels all assignments in the FIX ASSIGN VIEW screen. J SURROUND MODE This indicates the currently selected surround mode. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual LCR screen Here you can make settings for LCR mode, which allows three-channel playback by adding a CENTER channel to the L/R channels of the STEREO bus.
  • Page 309: Surr Param (Surround Parameter) Screen

    50, the signal will be sent at the same level to the left/right and center buses. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ If Surround Mode = 6.1ch An F knob for controlling the front divergence and an R knob for controlling the rear divergence are dis- played.
  • Page 310: Surr View (Surround View) Screen

    MIX [ON] key and MIX encoder of the corresponding surround bus. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual SURR VIEW (Surround view) screen This screen shows the surround settings for each input channel.
  • Page 311: M/S Screen

    (M+S) and difference (M-S) of the two signals (this procedure is known as “decoding”) is recorded on the L and R channels respectively. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INPUT VIEW function CH VIEW (Channel view) screen This screen lists the mix parameters of the currently selected input channel.
  • Page 312 Here you can specify the on/off status, pan, and FOL- LOW PAN settings of the signal sent from the corresponding input channel to the STEREO bus. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual J DCA group / Mute group K Recall safe / Mute safe Refer to the explanation of the OUTPUT VIEW func- tion CH VIEW screen (➥...
  • Page 313: Signal Flow Screen

    • COMP (immediately before and after the compressor) • FADER (immediately before and after the fader) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual • POST ON (immediately after the CH [ON] key) • INSERT IN (immediately after the insert point) E Signal flow This area indicates the signal flow of the selected chan- nel.
  • Page 314: Fader View Screen

    DCA groups, and STEREO A/B channels, this is the same as the OUTPUT VIEW function FADER VIEW screen. Refer to p.273. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual CH JOB screen In this screen you can copy the desired parameter(s) from...
  • Page 315 If an output channel is copied to buffer memory, or if no paste-destination has been specified, this is grayed- out and the Paste operation is unavailable. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Note • A single channel can be moved only if the following two con- ditions are satisfied.
  • Page 316: Input Ch Library (Input Channel Library) Screen

    INPUT CH LIBRARY Except for the fact that these settings are for input chan- nels, this is the same as the OUTPUT VIEW function CH LIBRARY screen. Refer to p.275. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 317: Appendices

    PEAKING PEAKING –6.0 dB 0.0 dB +2.0 dB 13 Piano 1 95 Hz 950 Hz 3.15 kHz — PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Appendices Title HIGH H.SHELF +4.0 dB 14 Piano 2 5.30 kHz 0.90 — 15 E. G. Clean 12.5 kHz...
  • Page 318: Gate Library List

    Cass 75.0 Hz 1.00 kHz — PEAKING PEAKING –4.0 dB –1.0 dB 40 Narrator 106 Hz 710 Hz PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual GATE Library List H-MID HIGH PEAKING PEAKING Title +1.5 dB +2.0 dB 2.65 kHz 6.00 kHz 0.56...
  • Page 319: Compressor Library List

    Width (dB) Release (ms) Threshold (dB) Ratio ( :1) Attack (ms) A. Dr. Tom EXPAND Out gain (dB) Knee Release (ms) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Value Title Type –8 A. Dr. COMPAND-S OverTop –23 E. B. Finger COMP –10...
  • Page 320 COMP Out gain (dB) Knee Release (ms) Threshold (dB) Ratio ( :1) Attack (ms) Chorus COMP Out gain (dB) Knee Release (ms) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Parameter Value Title –17 Click Erase –18 Announcer –13 Limiter1 –18 Limiter2 –2.5...
  • Page 321: Dynamics Parameters

    THRESHOLD THRESHOLD RANGE Input Level PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Description This determines the level at which the gate effect is applied. This determines the amount of attenuation when the gate closes. This determines how fast the gate opens when the signal exceeds the threshold level.
  • Page 322: Comp Section

    THRESHOLD Input Level RATIO PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual This determines the level of input signal required to trigger the compressor. This determines the amount of compression, that is, the change in output signal level relative to change in input signal level.
  • Page 323 96kHz: 3 ms – 21.1 sec (160 points) OUT GAIN (dB) –18.0 to 0.0 (181 points) WIDTH (dB) 1–90 (90 points) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual THRESHOLD Input Level WIDTH Description This determines the level at which compression is applied.
  • Page 324: Effect Library List

    DELAY+ER. 037 Delay+Er. DELAY→ER. 038 Delay+Rev DELAY+REV 039 Delay→Rev DELAY→REV 040 Dist→Delay DIST→DELAY PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Description Title Concert hall reverberation 041 Multi.Filter simulation with gate Room reverberation simula- 042 Freeze tion with gate 043 Stereo Reverb Reverb designed for vocals, 044 M.Band Dyna.
  • Page 325: Effects Parameters

    THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz quency Low-pass filter cutoff fre- 50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU quency PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ GATE REVERB, REVERSE GATE One input, two output early reflections with gate, and early reflections with reverse gate. Parameter...
  • Page 326: Delay Lcr

    DELAY R Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE FB to determine FB. DLY (Maximum value depends on the tempo setting) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ ECHO Two input, two output stereo delay with crossed feedback loop. Description...
  • Page 327 –12.0 to +12.0 dB High shelving filter gain SYNC OFF/ON Tempo parameter sync on/off Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE to determine FREQ. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ AUTOPAN Two input, two output autopanner. Parameter Range Description FREQ. 0.05–40.00 Hz...
  • Page 328: Dual Pitch

    0–100% depth SYNC OFF/ON Tempo parameter sync on/off Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE FM to determine FM FREQ PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ MOD. FILTER Two input, two output modulation filter. Description Parameter FREQ. 0.05–40.00 Hz DEPTH 0–100%...
  • Page 329 High shelving filter gain *1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz), 3 ms–23.0 s (fs=88.2 kHz), 3 ms–21.1 s (fs=96 kHz) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ REV+CHORUS One input, two output reverb and chorus effects in parallel.
  • Page 330 Modulation waveform SYNC OFF/ON Tempo parameter sync on/off Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE to determine FREQ. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ REV+SYMPHO. One input, two output reverb and symphonic effects in parallel. Description Parameter REV TIME 0.3–99.0 s INI.
  • Page 331 DELAY Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE FB to determine FB. DLY (Maximum value depends on the tempo setting) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ DELAY→ER. One input, two output delay and early reflections effects in series. Parameter...
  • Page 332 DELAY MOD.NOT Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ. (Maximum value depends on the tempo setting) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ MULTI FILTER Two input, two output 3-band multi-filter (24 dB/octave). Description Parameter TYPE 1...
  • Page 333 Limiter knee *1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz), 3 ms–23.0 s (fs=88.2 kHz), 3 ms–21.1 s (fs=96 kHz) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ M.BAND COMP Two input, two output 3-band compressor, with individ- ual solo and gain reduction metering for each band.
  • Page 334 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ COMP260 This effect emulates the characteristics of mid 70’s com- pressors/limiters that are the standard for live SR. You can control two monaural channels independently.
  • Page 335 *1. 16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz (LPF-1, LPF-2), 1.0 kHz to 20.0 kHz (HSH-1, HSH-2) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ OPENDECK It emulates the tape compression created by two open reel tape recorders (a recording deck and a playback deck.) You...
  • Page 336: Effects And Tempo Synchronization

    * The NOTE parameter is calculated based on the following values. = 1/48 = 1/24 = 3/16 = 1/4 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual *a Rounded values are used for the calculation results. = 1/16 = 1/12 = 3/32...
  • Page 337: Scene Memory/Effect Library To Program Change Table

    Scene Memory/Effect Library to Program Change Table ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 1 Program Scene/ Program Preset# Change# Effect Change# Scene PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 2 Scene/ Program Scene/ Preset# Effect Change# Effect Scene Scene Program Scene/...
  • Page 338 Scene Memory/Effect Library to Program Change Table ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 3 Program Scene/ Program Preset# Change# Effect Change# Scene PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 4 Scene/ Program Scene/ Preset# Effect Change# Effect Scene Scene Reference section...
  • Page 339 ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 11 Program Change# Scene/Effect Preset# Effect3 ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 12 Program Change# Scene/Effect Preset# Effect4 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 13 Program Change# Scene/Effect Preset# Effect5 ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 14 Program Change# Scene/Effect Preset# Effect6 ❏...
  • Page 340 Scene Memory/Effect Library to Program Change Table ❏ Bank/Ch# _ Program Scene/ User# Change# Effect PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Program Scene/ User# Change# Effect Reference section Program Scene/ User# Change# Effect...
  • Page 341: Parameters That Can Be Assigned To Control Changes

    MIX TO MATRIX MIX 1–MIX24 MATRIX 8 LEVEL H MATRIX 1 LEVEL L– MATRIX 8 LEVEL L MATRIX 1/2 PAN– MATRIX 7/8 PAN PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 — MATRIX 1 POINT– MATRIX 8 POINT MATRIX 1 ON–...
  • Page 342 HOLD L DECAY H DECAY L ATTACK THRESHOLD RELEASE H INPUT COMP RELEASE L RATIO GAIN KNEE/WIDTH PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual PARAMETER 2 MODE OUTPUT COMP MIX 1–MIX24 MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8 STEREO AL–STEREO BR GEQ1–GEQ20 SURROUND EFFECT MUTE MASTER MIX 1–MIX24...
  • Page 343: Control Change Parameter Assignments

    FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER H OUTPUT INPUT FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 344 PARAMETER 1 Change# INPUT FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT INPUT FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34...
  • Page 345 FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 346 INPUT EQ LOW GAIN FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34...
  • Page 347 OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 348 INPUT EQ GAIN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33...
  • Page 349 FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 350 HIGH MID INPUT EQ GAIN FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34...
  • Page 351 OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 352 INPUT EQ HIGH GAIN FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33...
  • Page 353 FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 354 INPUT ATT INPUT INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33...
  • Page 355 NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ SURROUND LFE L INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 356 LFE H INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ SURROUND LFE L INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33...
  • Page 357 LEFT-RIGHT SURROUND FADER H NO ASSIGN MUTE MASTER FRONT-REAR SURROUND FADER L NO ASSIGN MUTE MASTER PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7...
  • Page 358 MODE PARAMETER 1 Change# LEFT-RIGHT SURROUND FADER H NO ASSIGN MUTE MASTER FRONT-REAR SURROUND FADER L NO ASSIGN MUTE MASTER PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34...
  • Page 359 ❏ CHANNEL _ Control MODE PARAMETER 1 Change# PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 MODE Change# PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 Reference section...
  • Page 360: Nrpn Parameter Assignments

    CH to Mix PRE/ POST MIX15 SEND MIX16 SEND MIX17 SEND MIX18 SEND MIX19 SEND MIX20 SEND INPUT DELAY TIME HIGH TIME LOW PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FROM PARAMETER (HEX) (HEX) 0000 003F MIX1-20,MATRIX1- 007D 8,ST A LR OUTPUT TIME HIGH...
  • Page 361 PARAM16 PARAM17 PARAM18 PARAM19 PARAM20 PARAM21 PARAM22 PARAM23 PARAM24 PARAM25 PARAM26 PARAM27 PARAM28 PARAM29 PARAM30 PARAM31 PARAM32 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FROM PARAMETER (HEX) (HEX) 2534 253B 253C 2543 GAIN1 2544 254B GAIN2 254C 2553 GAIN3 2554 255B...
  • Page 362 E HPF ON/OFF H LPF ON/OFF INPUT EQ LOW TYPE(P/S/F) INPUT EQ HIGH TYPE(P/S/F) A TYPE(P/S/F) D TYPE(P/S/F) OUTPUT EQ E TYPE(P/S/F) H TYPE(P/S/F) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FROM PARAMETER (HEX) (HEX) 2C30 2C6F A BYPASS 2C70 2CAF B BYPASS...
  • Page 363 U HIGH TYPE L HPF ON L LPF ON U HPF ON U LPF ON PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual FROM *1. For EQ or COMP parameters that include INPUT CH and OUTPUT, (HEX) (HEX) the OUTPUT is assigned starting at 96 (60h) after the first number.
  • Page 364: Channel Library List

    Delay On/Off Delay Time Surround LFE Surround Div. Surround Div.Rear Surround LR Pan Surround FR Pan Surround Div.Link PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual STEREO A/B INPUT/ST IN DCA Group 1-8 On/Off To Stereo On/Off Mix Send Pre Point Mix Send Follow...
  • Page 365: List Of Parameters Available For Pair, Recall Safe Or Output Isolation Operation

    To Mix PRE/POST INPUT MIX SEND, ALL PAIR INPUT ALL Global Paste Solo Safe Key In Cue Mute Safe Selective Recall Tracking Recall PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ MIX channels Parameter Pair — Recall Safe Fade Time — Insert Fader BALANCE —...
  • Page 366: Stereo Channels

    PAIR Global Paste Solo Safe Mute Safe Selective Recall Tracking Recall Patch — — OUTPUT ISOLA- TION PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ STEREO channels ISOLATION Parameter — Recall Safe Fade Time MATRIX INSERT, Insert MATRIX ALL MATRIX ALL...
  • Page 367 Mix Send Post Point Mix Send Follow Pan Vari Mix Send Follow Pan Fixed Mix Send 1-24 On/Off PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual INPUT/ST IN Mix Send 1-24 Pre/Post Mix Send 1-24 Level MATRIX ❏ Parameters that are turned on when...
  • Page 368: Midi Data Format

    Control Value (0-127) 0vvvvvvv vv * Numbers 0, 32, and 96–101 cannot be used. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Equation for converting a Control Value to parameter data paramSteps = paramMax - paramMin + 1; = paramWidth / paramSteps;...
  • Page 369: Bulk Dump

    Running Status will be cleared). This message is not subject to echoing. System reset STATUS 11111111 FF PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual 3 System Exclusive Message 3.1 Real Time System Exclusive Command rx/tx F0 7F dd 06 … F7 MMC COMMAND F0 7F dd 01 …...
  • Page 370: Parameter Change

    Output patch Data 0x07 00000111 HA Data 0x08 00001000 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual 4.2 Current Scene, Setup, Backup, Input Patch, Output Patch, HA Data – Parameter request – 4.2.1 Format Reception This message is received if [Parameter change RX] is ON and [Rx CH] matches the Device number included in the SUB STATUS.
  • Page 371 HA LIB 0- 199 “LibUnRcl” SCENE INPATCH OUTPATCH LIB INPUT CHANNEL LIB OUTPUT CHANNEL *2 *3 *4 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Function INPUT EQ LIB OUTPUT EQ LIB GATE LIB COMP LIB GEQ LIB EFFECT LIB HA LIB “LibStrUd”...
  • Page 372 00000000 00 CATEGORY (ASCII CODE) FUNCTION 01001100 "L" NAME (ASCII CODE) 01101001 "i" (ASCII CODE) 01100010 "b" PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual (ASCII CODE) 01010100 "T" (ASCII CODE) 01101001 "i" (ASCII CODE) 01110100 "t" (ASCII CODE) 01101100 "l" (ASCII CODE) 01011111 "_"...
  • Page 373 Low *1 0mmmmmmm ml data (unlinked:0, linked:1) *1 0ddddddd dd PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual End of exclusive 11110111 F7 *1 If this portion is repeated multiple times, this means that a single packet contains link data for multiple libraries.
  • Page 374 01110011 "s" (ASCII CODE) 01110100 "t" (ASCII CODE) MODULE NAME 0mmmmmmm mm (ASCII CODE) 0mmmmmmm mm (ASCII CODE) 0mmmmmmm mm PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual 0mmmmmmm mm 0mmmmmmm mm (Parameter change) 0mmmmmmm mm 0mmmmmmm mm 0mmmmmmm mm DATA 0nnnnnnn nh...
  • Page 375 0mmmmmmm mm (ASCII CODE) 0mmmmmmm mm (ASCII CODE) 0mmmmmmm mm (ASCII CODE) 0mmmmmmm mm (ASCII CODE) 0mmmmmmm mm PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual tx/rx 0mmmmmmm mm DATA 0eeeeeee ee 0ppppppp pp 11110111 F7 4.8.2 Effect module names MODULE NAME Freeze Play button "FRZPLAY_"...
  • Page 376 Request Ch Total Number L 0ccccccc cl End of exclusive 11110111 F7 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual 4.11 Time Counter Data – Time Code – (Parameter change) 4.11.1 Format When transmission is enabled by receiving a Remote Time Counter request, Time Counter data is transmitted at 50 ms intervals for a duration of ten seconds.
  • Page 377: Warning Messages

    START assignment was cancelled. Wrong Password! The system password or console password you input was incorrect. System Password Changed. The system password has been changed. Console Password Changed. The console password has been changed. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Meaning Reference section...
  • Page 378 A process was aborted. (DSP5D only) The internal power supply started up normally. (DSP5D only) The IP address or gateway address setting is invalid. LOAD LOCK is on, and file loading from memory card is prohibited. LOAD LOCK is off, and file loading from memory card is possible.
  • Page 379: Error Messages

    (DSP5D only) Because the MAC address setting was damaged for some reason, communication via the Ethernet. NETWORK connector (RJ-45 connector) is not possible. Please contact your Yamaha dealer. (DSP5D only) The cooling fan for the internal power supply has stopped. Please contact your Yamaha Power Supply Fan has Malfunctioned! dealer.
  • Page 380: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ❍ Are the PM5D/DSP5D and PW800W correctly connected by the special power cable? ❍ Is the PW800W’s POWER switch turned on? Power does not turn on, panel LEDs ❍ In the UTILITY function PREFERENCE 2 screen, could the LED brightness have been turned down? and the LCD display do not light ❍...
  • Page 381: General Specifications

    ❍ If the units are cascade-connected via the DCU5D, could two Ethernet cables be connected? To allow bi- Can’t control the DSP5D that’s directional communication, connect one Ethernet cable between the DCU5D and DSP5D. ❍ Is the DSP5D’s machine ID number set correctly? cascade-connected to the PM5D ❍...
  • Page 382 Waveform Noise, Burst Noise Sine Waveform: 100Hz, 1kHz, 10kHz Routing MIX1-24, MATRIX1-8, STEREO A,B (L,R) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual XLR-3-31 Type (Balanced) x48 PM5D: +48V DC is supplied to Input by individual mechanical switch PM5D-RH: +48V DC is supplied to Input by individual software control...
  • Page 383: Dsp5D

    AC Power Cord Length Operation free-air Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Included Accessories Optional Accessories PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Internal: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz External: 42.9975 kHz to 49.200 kHz (Normal Rate) 85.995 kHz to 98.400 kHz (Double Rate) Less than 2.5 ms INPUT to OMNI OUT (@Fs=48kHz)
  • Page 384: Input/Output Characteristics

    PM5D-RH: +48V DC (phantom power) is supplied to INPUT (1-48) and TALKBACK XLR type connectors via master mechanical switch and each individ- ual software switch. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual For Use With GAIN SW Nominal Sensitivity –80 dBu...
  • Page 385 *2. There are switches inside the body to preset the maximum output level. In these specifications, 0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms. All output DA converters are 24bit, 128 times (@48 kHz) oversampling. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Input Level For Use With...
  • Page 386 *1. The channel status of 2TR OUT DIGITAL 1,2 is described on page 387. *2. The channel status of 2TR OUT DIGITAL 3 is described on page 387. *3. Dither: word length 16/20/24 bit *4. XLR-3-32 type connectors are balanced. (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Format Data Length Level...
  • Page 387 — — CASCADE OUT *1. CASCADE (D-Sub 68pin) Max. Cable length: 200 m@48 KHz, 50 m@96 KHz *2. CASCADE (RJ-45) Max. Cable length is based on EtherSound standard. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual fixed/variable data description professional use fixed variable 44.1kHz...
  • Page 388 Output Pin: Open Collector (Vmax=12V, Imax/pin=75 mA, GPO1-8: Total Imax=300 mA, GPO9-12: Total Imax=300 mA) Power Pin: Power Supply (Vp=5V, Imax/2 pin=500 mA) ❏ Control I/O Characteristics (DSP5D) Terminal WORD CLOCK Ethernet ❏ SLOT 1-4 (PM5D, PM5D-RH)/SLOT 1-2 (DSP5D) Characteristics Card Name Function MY4-AD MY8-AD ANALOG IN...
  • Page 389: Electrical Characteristics

    CUE OUT PHONES 8Ω * Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with a 18 dB/octave filter @80 kHz * GAIN Max. = –60 dBu (PM5D), –62 dBu (PM5D-RH) PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Conditions PM5D: GAIN: Max., PAD: Off PM5D-RH: GAIN: Max.
  • Page 390: Sampling Frequency

    External Clock Frequency Range Frequency Internal Clock Accuracy Jitter PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual EIN= Equivalent Input Noise Conditions Master fader at nominal level and one INPUT fader at nomi- nal level. PM5D: Rs= 150Ω, GAIN: Max., PAD: Off PM5D-RH: Rs= 150Ω, GAIN: Max.
  • Page 391: Dsp5D

    — Residual output noise, ST master off. * Hum & Noise are measured with a 6 dB/octave filter @12.7 kHz; equivalent to a 20 kHz filter with infinite dB/octave attenuation. PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Conditions GAIN: Max. Fs= 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz or 96 kHz@1 kHz Conditions Input level: –62 dBu, GAIN: Max.
  • Page 392 * Dynamic range are measured with a 6 dB/octave filter @12.7 kHz; equivalent to a 20 kHz filter with infinite dB/octave attenuation. ❏ Sampling Frequency Parameter External Clock Frequency Range Frequency Internal Clock Accuracy Jitter PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Conditions Fs=44.1/48 kHz AD + DA, GAIN: Min 600Ω Fs=88.2/96 kHz DA Converter Conditions Normal Rate Double Rate Word Clock: Int 44.1 kHz...
  • Page 393: Other Functions

    Level: 1024 steps, ∞, –138 dB to +10 dB LCR Pan CSR= 0% to 100% Surround Pan 3-1, 5.1, 6.1 panning support PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ Output Function Total Function Frequency= 20 Hz to 20 kHz Gain= –18 dB to +18 dB Q= 0.10 to 16.0...
  • Page 394: Pin Assignment

    ID4 In ID0 Out ID2 Out ID4 Out MSB In ❏ HA REMOTE Signal Name RX– TX– PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual ❏ CASCADE OUT Signal Input 1-2(–) Input 3-4(–) Input 5-6(–) Input 7-8(–) Input 9-10(–) Output 9-10(+) Input 11-12(–) Output 11-12(+) Input 13-14(–)
  • Page 395: Dimensions

    DSP5D 21.6 * Specifications and descriptions in this owner’s manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 396: Midi Implementation Chart

    YAMAHA [Digital Mixing Console] Model: PM5D/PM5D-RH Function... Basic Default Channel Changed Default Mode Messages Altered Note :True Voice Number Note On Velocity Note Off After Key’s Touch Ch’s Pitch Bend 0,32 6,38 Control 98,99 Change 1-31,33-98, 102-119 Prog Change :True#...
  • Page 397: Index

    Source when cascade connected CASCADE FROM CASCADE/Fs CH 1-12 CH 1-24 CH 1-24 layer CH 13-24 CH 25-36 PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual CH 25-48 CH 25-48 layer CH 37-48 CH JOB CH to MIX CH VIEW Channel Library List...
  • Page 398 GEQ LIBRARY GEQ PARAM GEQ module Expanding Patching Global EFFECT functions GEQ function METER function PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIDI REMOTE function MON/CUE function SCENE function SYS/W.CLOCK function UTILITY function GLOBAL PASTE Global Paste function Calibrating General Purpose Interface...
  • Page 399 GATE LIBRARY GEQ LIBRARY HA LIBRARY INPUT CH LIBRARY INPUT EQ LIBRARY INPUT PATCH LIBRARY OUTPUT CH LIBRARY OUTPUT PATCH LIBRARY PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Linking ASSIGN MODE section Compressor Link EQ Link LOAD ADVANCED mode BASIC mode...
  • Page 400 Overview of the PM5D system PAIR MODE Pairing Enabling/disabling Pairing MIX channels PAN/ROUTING function CH to MIX FIX ASSIGN VIEW PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual MIX SEND VIEW SURR PARAM SURR VIEW Panels Parameter Lock Parameters that can be assigned to control changes...
  • Page 401 USER DEFINED section User interface Using an internal effect via a MIX UTILITY function FADER ASSIGN LOAD PREFERENCE 1/2 SAVE SECURITY USER DEFINE VARI type MIX bus VERTICAL PAIR PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual Warning Messages Word clock Reference section...
  • Page 402 Index MEMO Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH V2 / DSP5D Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 403: Pm5D/Pm5D-Rh Block Diagram

    PM5D/PM5D-RH Block Diagram...
  • Page 404: Dsp5D Block Diagram

    DSP5D Block Diagram CH 1(...48) PreATT METER To METER DECODE InsertIn METER INSERT IN TO TALKBACK SELECT +48V TO TAL KBACK x 48 [INPUT] +48V MASTER (1-48) ST IN 1-4 +48V Pair configuration of Mono channel INPUT INPUT 1-48 [ST IN]...
  • Page 405: Pm5D Level Diagram

    PM5D - DSP5D default setting PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D, PM5D - DSP5D - DSP5D, PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D - DSP5D, PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D Max. DSP Noise Floor Analog Analog Max. Output [+24dBu]...
  • Page 406: Pm5D-Rh Level Diagram

    CASCADE OUT*1 PM5D - DSP5D PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D, PM5D - DSP5D - DSP5D, PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D - DSP5D, PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D Max. DSP Noise Floor Analog Analog Max. Output [+24dBu]...
  • Page 407: Dsp5D Level Diagram

    CASCADE OUT*1 PM5D - DSP5D PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D, PM5D - DSP5D - DSP5D, PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D - DSP5D, PM5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D - DCU5D --- DSP5D Max. DSP Noise Floor Analog Analog Max. Output [+24dBu]...
  • Page 408 For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha representative or the authorized distributor listed below. Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser à Yamaha ou au distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans la liste suivante.
  • Page 409 This document is printed on chlorine free (ECF) paper with soy ink. Yamaha Pro Audio global web site: http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ Yamaha Manual Library http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/ U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2004 Yamaha Corporation WN71340 803IPAPx.x-0xG0 Printed in Japan...

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