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Yamaha MY8-mLAN Owner's Manual

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mLAN Interface Card
MY8-mLAN
Owner's manual
Bedienungsanleitung
Mode d'emploi
Manual de instrucciones

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    Interface Card MY8-mLAN Owner’s manual Bedienungsanleitung Mode d’emploi Manual de instrucciones...

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    Be sure to disconnect the power cable of the main unit before installing this card (in order to eliminate shock hazard). Yamaha cannot be held responsible for data loss or equipment damage caused by inappropriate handling or use. CAUTION Always follow the basic precautions listed...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha MY8-mLAN. The MY8-mLAN is an interface card that provides mLAN interfacing. mLAN is a digital network designed for music and based on the IEEE 1394 high performance serial bus. mLAN makes it easy to construct sophisticated networks for audio and MIDI signals that can be re-configured without changing the physical cabling (as was...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction ... 3 Package Contents... 3 How to install the MY8-mLAN ... 5 Names and Functions... 6 DIP switch (SW1) settings... 7 Connections... 10 About mLAN connections ... 11 Internal Configuration of the MY8-mLAN... 12 LED Messages ... 13...

  • Page 5: How To Install The My8-mlan

    Set the MY8-mLAN’s DIP switch (SW1) according to your application. For details refer to page NOTE It is not possible to change the setting of the DIP switch (SW1) after the MY8-mLAN is installed. You must set the DIP switch before installation. If you want to change the settings, you must turn off the host device, remove the MY8-mLAN, and then change the settings.

  • Page 6: Names And Functions

    : The relay function between mLAN (IEEE 1394) jacks is inactive. NOTE Since the MY8-mLAN will stop functioning as a bus relay when the power of the main unit is turned off, this LED will also correspond to the power on (lit blue) or off (dark) status.

  • Page 7: Dip Switch (sw1) Settings

    (e.g., “MYmLAN31”) used when you make mLAN connection settings. When you are using multiple MY8-mLAN units, there will be no problems with operation even if each unit is set to the same number. However if you assign a different number to each unit, you will be able to distinguish between units by the different module name that is displayed for each unit when controlling them from software such as “mLAN Patchbay.”...

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    Same as numbers 1–13 By setting these settings appropriately for the device in which the MY8-mLAN is installed, you can construct an uncluttered and stable system. For example on a device such as the Yamaha DA-824 (D/A converter) which provides only the...

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    • When installed in slot 2 Slot 2 transmits/receives audio and MIDI data to/from other devices on the mLAN bus. Thus for the MY8-mLAN installed in slot 2, the audio output and input plugs as well as the MIDI input/output plugs are valid.

  • Page 10: Connections

    Connecting an mLAN (IEEE1394) device Use an IEEE 1394 standard cable (6 pin) to connect the mLAN (IEEE 1394) jack of the MY8-mLAN to the mLAN (IEEE 1394) connector of the other mLAN (IEEE 1394) device. When doing so, it is not necessary to turn off the power of the mLAN (IEEE 1394) device or the host device in which the MY8-mLAN is installed.

  • Page 11: About Mlan Connections

    The type of system in which the MY8-mLAN is being used will determine which of the above three methods you use to make settings. For each MY8-mLAN unit, eight channels of audio and one set of MIDI signals can be input and output. When making mLAN connection settings, these audio and MIDI inputs and outputs are handled as “plugs”...

  • Page 12: Internal Configuration Of The My8-mlan

    Internal Configuration of the MY8-mLAN The signal flow within the MY8-mLAN is shown by the following diagram. mLAN MIDI IN mLAN MIDI/ MIDI conversion mLAN signals non-mLAN signals mLAN device mLAN jacks1, 2 mLAN mLAN audio input MIDI OUT MIDI/...

  • Page 13: Led Messages

    Check the MIDI transfer rate setting. Check to see if the transmitting device is operating properly. Check the word clock setting. Status interrupt the sound on the bus (system). The MY8-mLAN is a “root” Action...

  • Page 14: Specifications

    Power consumption 2.2 W (440 mA/+5 V) 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...

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    Ce document a été imprimé sur du papier recyclé non blanchi au chlore. Este documento se ha impreso reciclado en papel sin cloro alguno. YAMAHA CORPORATION Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division P.O. Box 3, Hamamatsu, 430-8651, Japan © 2001 Yamaha Corporation V000000 010APAP2.2-02A0 Printed in Japan...

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