Notes for DME64N/DME24N Version 1.2
Thank you for purchasing the DME64N/DME24N. The following notes supplement the information in the Owner's Manual
• The following parameter will not be reﬂected in Version 1.2 when it is used to read data created in Version 1.0.0: SlotIn/SlotOut.
Remake these settings in DME Designer Version 1.2.
• Data created using Version 1.2 will not open properly on Version 1.1.
• Version 1.2 will not work with previous version in the area. When using Version 1.2, all DME ﬁrmware (program and components),
along with DME Designer, must be upgraded to Version 1.2 simultaneously. For instructions on performing the version upgrade,
see "DME Firmware Update" in Chapter 3 "Main Panel Window" of the "DME Designer Version 1.2 Owner's Manual."
• To use the DME CONTROL function on the PM5D, the PM5D must be version 1.12 or later, and connected DME64N/24N units
must be version 1.1 or later.
• For details about DME CONTROL function settings in the PM5D, see the "PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner's Manual."
Changes in Version 1.2
■ An Edit Indicator has been added.
If a parameter is changed after recalling a scene, a dot
will appear in the scene number indicator, and "EDIT"
will appear in the display.
■ The User-deﬁned parameters display is changed.
"No Assign" settings in DME Designer are displayed as
When [Parameter Value Edit] is selected the display will
be a solid line.
When [Direct Parameter Value], [Scene Change], [GPI
Out], or [Play Wav File] are selected, the display will be
■ The Remote parameter has been added to Utility display "Misc" page.
• The REMOTE connector can be used as a MIDI connector.
• A new communications protocol allows AMX, Crestron, and other external devices to control the DME.
For details about the communication protocol refer to the "DME-N Remote Control Protocol Speciﬁcations" document.
The "DME-N Remote Control Protocol Speciﬁcations" document can be found at the Yamaha Pro Audio website:
HA Control (422)
Remote Ctrl (232C)
Remote Ctrl (422)
Added parameters are shown in bold.
External head amp control (RS-422 only)
Control using the DME communication protocol via RS-232C/RS-422.
Control using MIDI commands via RS-232C/RS-422.
Remote controller via RS-232C/RS-422.