Yamaha RM Series Manual

Yamaha RM Series Manual

Wireless microphone system

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RM Series Wireless Microphone System
Reference Manual
Microphone Access Point
RM-WAP-8
Wireless Microphone
RM-WOM RM-WDR RM-WGL RM-WGS
Microphone Charger
RM-WCH-8
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................................................1
Information............................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
SETUP ...................................................................................................................................................................................2
CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS......................................................................................................................................12
RM-WAP-8............................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
RM-WOM RM-WDR .............................................................................................................................................................................. 14
RM-WGL RM-WGS ............................................................................................................................................................................... 16
RM-WCH-8 ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 17
WEB GUI..............................................................................................................................................................................19
Structure of RM-WAP Device Manager ................................................................................................................................................. 19
Functions of RM-WAP Device Manager ................................................................................................................................................ 21
MAIN SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................................................................39
RM-WAP-8............................................................................................................................................................................................. 39
RM-WOM RM-WDR RM-WGL RM-WGS .............................................................................................................................................. 40
RM-WCH-8 ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 42

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing products of the Yamaha RM series wireless microphone system. This document provides detailed information
on the product functions and specifications as well as the Web GUI. For correct and safe use of the products, be sure to first read this
manual carefully together with the Owner's Manual (included with each product).

Information

• The illustrations and images shown in this manual are for instructional purposes only.
• The company names and product names in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
• We are continuously improving the software for our products. The latest version can be downloaded from the Yamaha website.
• This document is based on the latest specifications at the time of publication. The latest version can be downloaded from the Yamaha
website.
• Reproduction of this manual in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.
• In this manual, the microphone access point is referred to as "access point", the wireless microphone is referred to as "microphone",
and the microphone charger is referred to as "charger".
RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    • We are continuously improving the software for our products. The latest version can be downloaded from the Yamaha website. • This document is based on the latest specifications at the time of publication. The latest version can be downloaded from the Yamaha website.
  • Page 2: Setup

    • Microphones (RM-WOM, RM-WDR, RM-WGL or RM-WGS) Starting RM-WAP Device Manager Download the application “RM Device Finder” from the Yamaha website (U.S.A. and Canada: https://uc.yamaha.com/support/, Other countries: https://download.yamaha.com/), and then start it. Using a LAN cable, connect the computer to the network switch where the access point is connected.
  • Page 3 Specify a password in the password settings window, and then click the [SET PASSWORD] button. Type the password into the login window, and then click the [LOGIN] button. The [HOME] window appears. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 4 • RM-WCH is required in order to use the AUTO SETUP function. Even in an environment where the AUTO SETUP function cannot be used, RM-WAP Device Manager can be used to manually specify settings. (Page 19) Click the [AUTO SETUP] button. The wizard starts up. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 5 Check the contents of the window, and then click the [CONTINUE] button. The window shows the number of microphones that can be used in the installation environment. It also shows the signal strength in the installation environment and the channel usage status. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 6 • Once the window has been displayed, the circled number in the window title is replaced with . Clicking a window title where the circled number has been replaced with displays that window again. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 7 Allows you to select whether to specify the name of the access point automatically or manually. 2 [Locale] Allows you to specify the time zone. 3 [Time Settings] • Allows you to specify the date and time. • Allows you to select whether to use NTP. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 8 Pairing means that the products register each other with the information required for a DECT connection. The access point and charger are paired, and a DECT connection is established at the same time. PAIR button 3 Click the [CONTINUE] button. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 9 When the update is finished, the indicators go off. IMPORTANT: Do not remove the microphone(s) from the charger until setup is finished. NOTE: The microphones are updated one at a time. 3 Click the [CONTINUE] button. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 10 The access point and microphone(s) are paired. When pairing is finished, the name(s) of the microphone(s) change from appearing faintly to appearing in black. NOTE: All microphones placed on the charger can be paired with a single long press. 2 Click the [CONTINUE] button. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 11 Check the microphone settings, and then click the [FINISH] button. This completes the setup. When a microphone is removed from the charger, a DECT connection between the access point and microphone will be established. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 12: Controls And Connectors

    Reset button long-pressed for 8 seconds to Flashes blue three times per second Waiting for resetting/Resetting less than 12 seconds, then released (during long-pressing/resetting) (Automatically restarts after reset) NOTE: Use a fine-tipped object to press the Reset button. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 13 - When using unmanaged switches, do not use switches that support the EEE function. In such switches, the EEE function cannot be turned off. * EEE (Energy-Efficient Ethernet) function: Technology that reduces the power consumption of Ethernet devices during periods of low network traffic; also known as Green Ethernet or IEEE802.3az. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 14: Rm-Wom Rm-Wdr

    (After flashing white quickly) Updating firmware Firmware update failed Flashes red twice – Flashes red Transmission error occurring – Flashes red quickly System error occurring – Flashes red slowly Out of range for DECT connection RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 15 (After flashing blue quickly) PAIR button long-pressed for at least 2 seconds Paired successfully Flashes blue twice (After flashing blue quickly) PAIR button long-pressed for at least 2 seconds Pairing failed Flashes red twice RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 16: Rm-Wgl Rm-Wgs

    All other Mic button/indicator functions are the same as described for RM-WOM and RM-WDR. 2 Ring indicator Flashes together with the Mic indicators. Battery button 4 Battery indicator Functions in the same way as the Battery button/indicator of the RM-WOM and RM-WDR. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 17: Rm-Wch-8

    Updating firmware Firmware updated successfully Flashes white twice (After flashing white quickly) Updating firmware Firmware update failed Flashes red twice – Flashes red Transmission error occurring – Flashes red quickly System error occurring RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 18 (After flashing blue quickly) PAIR button long-pressed for at least 2 seconds Paired successfully Flashes blue twice (After flashing blue quickly) PAIR button long-pressed for at least 2 seconds Pairing failed Flashes red twice RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 19: Web Gui

    [Daylight Saving Settings] [TOOLS] [SITE SURVEY] Page 33 Page 35 [UPDATE] [Firmware Update] Page 35 [Upload New Firmware] Page 37 [CONFIGURATION] [Export Configuration] Page 37 [Import Configuration] Page 37 [Reset Defaults] Page 38 [LOGS] [Logs] RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 20 Click to go to another window for the item. IMPORTANT: Be sure to click the [SUBMIT] button after changing settings in RM-WAP Device Manager. The [SUBMIT] button always appears in the upper-right corner of the window. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 21: Functions Of Rm-Wap Device Manager

    “Leader” or “Follower” appears. When multiple access points are set up in the same group, one will be the “Leader” and the others will be “Follower”. The access point group settings can be specified via [SETTINGS][DECT][DECT Synchronization]. 4 [Microphone Charger Status] Allows you to check the name of the charger. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 22 Shows the time at which the microphone and access point were connected. - [FW Update Status]: Shows the firmware update status. If the firmware must be updated, appears. Update the firmware via [TOOLS][UPDATE][Firmware Update]. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 23 Allows you to check/change the password for logging in to RM-WAP Device Manager. 2 [Security Settings] Allows you to select whether to enable remote control. For details on remote control, refer to the RM Series Remote Control Protocol Specifications. IMPORTANT: Remote control must be enabled for the access point to link to the RM-CR signal processor.
  • Page 24 PAIR button (on the bottom panel of the charger) for at least two seconds. When pairing is finished, the charger name appears in the window. • Allows you to check/change the name of the charger. • Allows you to cancel pairing by clicking (trash can). RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 25 Shows the microphone fader level. The setting range is between –128 dB and +12 dB. • Allows you to expand the settings window by clicking a row containing the name of a microphone. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 26 Allows you to select the High Pass filter setting. Select one of the following: NONE, 110 Hz, 140 Hz, 175 Hz, 225 Hz. - [Low Pass Filter]: Allows you to select the Low Pass filter setting. Select one of the following: NONE, 4 kHz, 8 kHz, 12 kHz. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 27 AGC (Auto Gain Control) automatically adjusts the volume of the microphone. For the AGC type, select one of the following: OFF, SOFT, HARD. - [AGC Speed] For the AGC speed, select one of the following: OFF, SLOW, FAST. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 28 Allows you to specify PEQ settings for each of the six bands. For [Type] under “Band A” or “Band F”, select one of the following: PEQ, L.SHELF-6dB/Oct, L.SHELF-12dB/Oct, H.SHELF-6dB/ Oct, H.SHELF-12dB/Oct, HPF, LPF. • Allows you to cancel pairing by clicking (trash can). RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 29 Allows you to set the access point to High Density mode or High Quality mode. High Quality mode has better audio quality than High Density mode, but the maximum number of microphones that can be used may be limited. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 30 Allows you to select whether to synchronize the DECT frame across multiple access points. When multiple access points are used, turn on [Enable DECT Synchronization], and then put all devices to be synchronized into the same group under [Synchronization group]. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 31 If settings have been incorrectly specified, press the Reset button on the front of the RM-WAP to reset the network-related settings. 2 [AP Name Settings] Allows you to select whether to specify the name of the access point automatically or manually. For [UNIT ID], enter single-byte hexadecimal characters. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 32 • Allows you to select whether to use NTP. 2 [Locale] Allows you to specify the time zone. 3 [Daylight Saving Settings] Allows you to select whether to use daylight saving time with the access point. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 33 DECT devices are operational. In addition, it is recommended to measure for several hours under typical usage conditions in order to obtain accurate results. The values beside “High Density Audio Mode” and “High Quality Audio Mode” refer to the maximum number of microphones that can be used in each mode. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 34 • Allows you to check for DECT masters in the installation environment as well as their signal strength by clicking the [SYSTEM LIST MODE] button. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 35 Allows you to update the firmware of access points, wireless microphones and chargers from the [UPDATE] window. IMPORTANT: • Be sure to click the [TURN ON FWU MODE] button before updating the firmware. • Be sure to click the [TURN OFF FWU MODE] button after updating the firmware. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 36 Alternatively, you can drag the firmware directly to the underlined area. The firmware can also be updated from the deployment server. • Allows you to specify that the update will be performed automatically at the specified time. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 37 • Alternatively, you can drag the settings file directly to the underlined area. 3 [Reset Defaults] Allows you to reset the settings by clicking the [RESET DEFAULTS] button. IMPORTANT: Be sure to check what is to be reset before doing it. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 38 [LOGS] 1 [Logs] Allows you to download logs by clicking the [DOWNLOAD LOGS] button. RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 39: Main Specifications

    Supports space diversity • Audio communication and control between access point and microphone • Control between access point and charger Maximum coverage distance 50 m (depends on the usage environment) Encryption method AES (256-bit) RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 40: Rm-Wom Rm-Wdr Rm-Wgl Rm-Wgs

    • Battery Indicators • Mic RM-WGL • Ring RM-WGS • Battery • RM-WBT (battery) RM-WOM RM-WDR • Owner’s Manual (this document) Accessories • Windscreen RM-WGL • RM-WBT (battery) RM-WGS • Owner’s Manual (this document) RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 41 • Europe/Northern Europe/UK/Australia/New Zealand/Japan: 26.5 dBm Antenna (built-in) Supports space diversity Audio communication and control between access point and microphone Maximum coverage distance 50 m (depends on the usage environment) Encryption method AES (256-bit) RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual...
  • Page 42: Rm-Wch-8

    Supports space diversity Control between access point and charger Maximum coverage distance 50 m (depends on the usage environment) Encryption method AES (256-bit) RM Series Wireless Microphone System Reference Manual Manual Development Group © 2022 Yamaha Corporation Published 02/2022 IP-A0...

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