Add Aviom Digital Monitor Systems To Your Yamaha Mixer!
The new AVIOM16/o-Y1 Yamaha Output Card allows you to add Aviom's A-Net protocol to your Yamaha digital mixer, so you can distribute audio via inexpensive Cat-5 cable to the new A-16II Personal Mixer. The AVIOM16/o-Y1 expansion card fits any Yamaha digital mixers supporting the mini-YGDAI format, including the 01V96, DM1000, DM2000, and PM1D.
Easy setup directly from your Yamaha mixer!
You can configure your Aviom monitoring system digitally from the Yamaha console's user interface. The AVIOM16/o-Y1 card allows Aviom A-16II Personal Mixers to be directly connected to the Yamaha digital consoles, eliminating the need for analog outputs from the console and for additional Aviom input modules. The Y1 card is also compatible with the A-16d and A-16D Pro A-Net Distributors.
A new standard for personal monitoring!
The A-16 Personal Monitor Mixing System is a breakthrough in personal monitoring. It allows you to create a custom monitor mix tailored to anyone's individual needs. Ideal for use in live performance or in the studio, the AVIOM16/o-Y1 Yamaha Output Card connects you to the A-16 Personal Mixer for individual control over channel volume, grouping, pan, stereo spread and master volume. Each and every A-16 Personal Mixer in the system can create a unique monitor mix for a performer. You can save and recall up to sixteen custom mixes as presets in each Personal Mixer. The stereo output from the Personal Monitor Mixing System can be used to drive floor wedge monitors, in-the-ear monitors, headphones or spot monitors.
As with all Aviom A-Net compatible products, cable runs of up to 500 feet (150 meters) are possible between devices.AVIOM16/o-Y1 Yamaha Output Card Features:
- Mini-YGDAI format connects to most Yamaha digital consoles
- Supports sample rates from 44.1kHz to 48kHz, +/-10%
- Assign audio outputs to A-Net directly from Yamaha interface
- One A-Net output with RJ45 connector
- Connects directly to A-16II Personal Mixers
- Channel Link dip switches for stereo operation