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Introduction To The Dme Satellite; Differences Between Dme8I-Es, Dme8O-Es, And Dme4Io-Es; Dme Satellite Features - Yamaha DME4io-ES Owner's Manual

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Introduction to the DME Satellite

Differences between DME8i-ES, DME8o-ES, and DME4io-ES

The differences between these three models are as follows:
■ DME8i-ES
This model features 8-channel analog inputs.
■ DME8o-ES
This model features 8-channel analog outputs.
■ DME4io-ES
This model features 4-channel analog inputs and 4-channel analog outputs.

DME Satellite Features

In addition to basic mixing and matrix output functions, the DME Satellite includes a equalizers, compressors,
delay, etc. – that can be patched together via DME Designer to configure just about any audio system you need.
The EtherSound connectors on the device enable you to remotely control analog inputs and outputs by transfer-
ring digital audio signals via a network.
The following steps summarize the process for setting up the DME Satellite for use:
(For details, refer to the PDF file "DME Setup Manual" on the CD-ROM.)
DME8i-ES/DME8o-ES/DME4io-ES Owner's Manual
Install USB-MIDI Driver, DME Designer and DME-N Network Driver.
Set up the network from DME Designer (page 19).
Connect devices.
• Network connection
Ethernet connection (page 20)
USB connection (page 18)
• EtherSound connection (page 28)
In order to route inputs and outputs, you'll need the "AVS-ESMonitor" application software made by the
AuviTran SARL.
You can download this from the following website.
• Analog connection (page 25)
• External device connection
Remote connection (page 26)
GPI connection (page 30)
Make network settings on your computer.
Create a configuration using DME Designer, then transfer it to the DME Satellite.



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