Yamaha LS9-32 Digital Mixer

64-channel/33-fader LS9 Series Digital Mixing Console with 16 Bus Outputs and Card Expansion, and Onboard DSP
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Yamaha LS9-32 Digital Mixer
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Massive Digital Mixing Power

Made for portable live sound, Yamaha Commercial Audio LS9 consoles pack a staggering amount of production power in a surprisingly simple and perfectly portable package. This 64-channel LS9-32, with its extended fader bank and 32 mic/line inputs, weighs under 43 lbs., and its little brother, the 32-channel LS9-16, only weighs about 27 lbs. And when you consider the ample routing options, multimode faders, extensive onboard processing, and remote-control options below its refreshingly intuitive interface, you'll never look at sound reinforcement the same way again.

Next-gen Yamaha Ergonomics

Straightforward controls meet total settings recall

Over generations of digital mixing consoles, with such standouts as the PM1D, PM5D, and M7CL, Yamaha has had many opportunities to perfect their portable digital mixing console interface. With its streamlined set of master-section controls and logically positioned buttons and encoders, you'll never have to dig deep or scramble for the right knob when you need to tweak a setting on your LS9 console. No matter what screen you're on, if you need to get back to the main screen, just hit the Home button — it's that simple. And with the LS9's incredible scene memory, you can dial in your base settings once and have them ready to go for every show.

Impressive Bus Capacity

Loaded with the internal and external routing you need

One of the things that active live sound engineers here at Sweetwater really dig about the LS9 is the extensive routing capacity Yamaha loaded it with. This includes 16 mix buses, which you can assign as either your auxiliaries or groups, plus an additional eight matrix buses. This LS9-32 model also sports 16 analog Omni Out connectors, and you can assign any of the stereo, mix, or matrix buses to them, giving you the flexibility you need to send feeds to your recording rig, set up monitor mixes, and much more. And if you need more I/O, you can always add cards such as the MY8-LAKE, Dugan-MY16, or one of Yamaha's high-speed Ethernet protocol cards.

Ultra-versatile Faders

Multifunction faders streamline send setup and more

Like the channel faders on any mixing console, the primary purpose of the LS9's faders is to dial in the mix. But these motorized faders offer a whole lot more as well. For instance, you can create custom fader layers that show only the drums or place all of your group masters next to one another. When you're dialing in monitor mixes, the LS9's Sends on Faders mode really speeds things up. Cooler still, there's DSP for up to 16 graphic EQs onboard your LS9, and you can dial them in via these same highly responsive faders.

A Rack Full of DSP

Tap into serious onboard DSP for effects and processing

Graphic EQs are just one of the things you won't need in your equipment rack when you step up to a Yamaha LS9 digital mixer. Onboard, there's a comprehensive Virtual Rack totally loaded with EQs and multi-effects processors. In total, you get four multi-effects processors, each loaded with 48 preset effects such as the lush REV-X reverb, various delays, and cool modulations as well. And that's all in addition to the 4-band parametric equalizer and an array of dynamics processing available on each input and output.

Awesome Remote Control

Remote mixing options provide serious convenience

Yamaha's LS9 series offers you advanced remote control to make everything from general setup to soundchecking super convenient. For starters, you can connect your LS9 to your computer, giving you a comprehensive real-time display of selected channels and allowing you to manage settings and other functions. Similarly, an iPad application gives you wireless access to your LS9's mix functions, allowing you to dial in monitor mixes from the stage or tweak the mix from the audience's perspective.

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A special-order product is one that we don't normally keep in stock. We order it from the manufacturer as soon as you order from us. We have great relationships with all the manufacturers we carry, so we can get your special order to you as fast as or faster than anyone else. Remember that special orders are non-returnable and non-cancelable, so make sure the item is right for you. A Sweetwater Sales Engineer can help you decide — call (800) 222-4700 for assistance!

Additional Media

Live Mixer Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Digital
Channels 64
Inputs - Mic Preamps 32 x XLR
Phantom Power 32 x Channels
Inputs - Digital 1 x MIDI, 1 x Coax, 1 x BNC (Clock)
Outputs - Digital 1 x MIDI, 1 x Coax, 1 x BNC (Clock)
Outputs - Main 16 x XLR (Omni)
Data I/O Ethernet, 1 x USB Type A
I/O Expansion Slots 2 x Slots
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Faders 33 x 100mm Throw
Effects Yes
Talkback Yes
Rackmountable Yes
Height 8.6875"
Depth 19.6875"
Width 34.8125"
Weight 42.8 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number LS9-32

Customer Reviews

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An Amazing Piece of Equipment

This console has everything you need. 32 inputs/ 16 outputs, motorized faders, a high res color display, and a very intuitive workflow. This was the first digital console I have worked on and within a few hours I felt very comfortable on it. Intergrating the Ipad and router into the system was easy and lets me have control of my mix from anywhere in the room. The mic pre's sound very clear, and you have a lot of eq control over every channel. The digital "racks" built into the system has everything thats standard in an outboard rack, with more control and flexibility. This is a great piece of engineering. You will definitively be able to add this to your system and use it in any enviorment thats needed. I've done everything from musicals with 16 body mics to rock concerts with intense metal bands, and it performs all the time. If you need a full function digital console that's reliable,has a great sound, and can take the abuse on the road, then look no further than the LS9. With the rock-solid Yamaha build quality, you can invest in something that will last for years to come, and will elevate your productions to a whole new level.
Music background: Live Engineer, Lighting Designer, Drummer, Student

24/7/365 uptime

I've used our LS9-32 for years now and it is a rock. I continue to find new ways to configure it to work with our new TV/Radio studio. As our only master control board, it was easy to program a dual TV/Radio setting allowing both ISDN and TV major broadcast sessions simultaneously. The footprint is perfect . Only 4.5 stars because the USB recorder is limited to 192kHz .mp3 file (no broadcast .wav available). I would and have recommended this console to others. If you buy one, take advantage of the control software.
Music background: Recording Engineer

The Yamaha LS9-32

Well, for the time I have been using this mixer I can simply say that it works and performs like a charm. the faders and knobs are sturdy and feel great to the touch. the screen is so large, I am seeing way too much of what is going on. well now, time for the cons. One of the problems with this is its complexity. It works fine for concerts and live performing, but for church, its too much. for only 4 guitars, 4 or 5 vocals and drums, adjusting what is needed is difficult. also one of the most MINOR gripes I have is the start up sequence. its about 6-7 seconds. once I almost ruined the service by turning it off on accident. we had about 1 second left before the band stared playing. other that the cons, this thing will serve us well in the future. thanks Yamaha! YOU DUDES ARE AWESOME
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