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Version 1.2
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3. User Label Function
Lets you attach names to assigned parameters.
For details about settings, see the "DME Designer Version 1.2 Owner's Manual."
■ A GPI LOCK function has been added.
This functions allows you to disable input from a GPI device.
For details about settings, see the "DME Designer Version 1.2 Owner's Manual."
■ The number of MY16-C cards that can be used simultaneously in the DME64N is now four.
In Version 1.0, only two MY16-C cards could be used simultaneously in the DME64N (page 20 in the DME64N/24N Owners
Manual). In Version 1.1, up to four cards can be used simultaneously.
However, if the serial number written on the upper surface of your DME64N is shown below, a hardware upgrade is needed.
KK, KL, KM, KN, KO, KP, KX, KY are the third and fourth digits of the serial number.
A fee is charged for the hardware upgrade.
For details, contact Yamaha customer support using the contact information located at the end of the "DME64N/24N
Owner's Manual."
■ The [PHONES] terminal can now be muted.
The [PHONES] terminal in Version 1.0 was not muted when the unit as a whole was muted by pressing the [MUTE] button
(page 40 in the DME64N/24N Owner's Manual, "Mute Switching." In Version 1.1, all outputs are muted including [PHONES].
■ The CASCADE setting (page 53 in the DME64N/24N Owner's Manual) is now available from DME
Designer only.
In Version 1.0, CASCADE could be set in the DME64N, but in Version 2.0, this is a screen display function only.
Set CASCADE from DME Designer.
For details about settings, see the "DME Designer Version 1.2 Owner's Manual."
■ The monitoring function (page 42 in the DME64N/24N Owner's Manual) has been changed.
• By editing the Monitoring Point List in DME Designer, you can select user-defined monitoring points in the DME64N/24N. Using
this function, component input/output points can be selected for monitoring points in the DME64N/24N.
• The [MONITOR] indicator blinks when you are using the probe monitor function to select monitoring points from DME Designer.
• You can turn the monitoring function OFF.
• Lighting of the indicator lamp is linked to ON/OFF for the monitoring function and probe monitoring function.
The monitoring function is for monitoring the sound at a specific point within the DME.
The monitored sound is output from the [PHONES] terminal and from the Monitor OUT that is set in DME Designer.
1. Setting a monitoring point from the DME64N/24N
You can select a monitoring point in the DME64N/24N and check the sound.
(1) Slot or user defined selection
Select the slot or User Defined in the monitoring slot dialog.
The following five position types can be selected:
1 Slot input/output terminal
2 CASCADE input/output terminal (DME64N only)
3 IN terminal (DME24N only)
4 OUT terminal (DME24N only)
5 User Defined
By connecting 1 through 4 in DME Designer, you will be able to select the input/output terminal.
You will be able to select 5 by editing the Monitoring Point List in DME Designer.
(2) Selecting a Monitoring Point
Monitoring points can be selected using the "Monitoring Point" dialog box.
The monitoring point will switch and the [MONITOR] indicator lights up.
Method of Operation
With the monitoring function set to OFF ([MONITOR] indicator not lit) press the [MONITOR] button to display the
Monitoring Slot Dialog.
In the dialog, select the Monitoring Slot and Monitoring Point and use the [ENTER] button to confirm.
Pressing the [CANCEL] button returns to the previous dialog.
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Notes for DME64N/DME24N Version 1.2

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