Category: Sound and Multimedia
Caution Level: Medium
Download File Size: 2 MB
Operating System: Windows Operating Systems
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / N/A
The Yamaha PM170 device is a stereo output mixer with 6 channel inputs that can be utilized by itself or as a sub-mixer along with another mixer. It is known for its easy to use functions. All 6 channel inputs of this device has its very own High/ Low equalizer, PAN rotary and Volume controls, switches for INPUT level and a HIGH PASS filter. It also makes use of phone jacks that are unbalanced for every 6 channel input. This device is developed for professionals but can also be easily operated by non-professionals. It is capable of delivering inaudible crosstalk and noise, low distortion and flat frequency response. The Yamaha PM170 device is built sturdily enough to be brought on the road but is especially perfect for permanent installation due to its standard 19 inch rack mounting. In addition, its solid state circuitry boosts portability and reliability.
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This mixer’s rotary controls are strategically placed on its front panel so that users can conveniently reach them. These rotary controls deliver smooth performance to provide users with the mixing control and freedom they require. It likewise makes use of Auxiliary Inputs that are very versatile since they can also be used for reverb, echo, taped programs and other sources without having to use one of the 6 channel inputs. The Yamaha PM170 mixer device provides users with a visual indication of the program buses’ average audio level via its 2 VU meters. Further, all of the device’s 6 input channels employ switches for changing the attenuation of the input in order that the complete range of the volume controls may be utilized with different instrument or microphone sensitivities. As an example, PROGAM OUT A can be switched between -20dB and +4dB. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PM170 errors before installing any driver updates.