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Yamaha MRX7-D Wins S&VC 2015 Innovative Product Award

BUENA PARK, Calif. (November 10, 2015)—The Yamaha MRX7-D Commercial Installation Solutions (CIS) open architecture processor has been awarded the S&VC 2015 Innovative Product Award. The magazine’s editor, Cynthia Weishart, announced the award November 9. The MRX7-D is part of the CIS Series and includes MTX processors, VXC and VXC F ceiling speakers, VXS speakers, XMV amplifiers, MA 2030 mixer amplifier and PA2030 power amplifier.

The 4th annual 2015 Sound & Video Contractor Innovative Products Awards honor electronic and mechanical innovation across the full range of Pro AV products.

The Yamaha MRX7-D was designed for applications where more complicated signal processing is required and for venues where more I/O channels are needed. The signal processor is ideal for applications such as hotel ballrooms, houses of worship, schools, libraries, performing arts venues, movie theaters, convention centers, and corporate conference rooms (for conference applications, the MRX7-D deploys an Acoustic Echo Canceller). The MRX7-D can also be controlled by products from Revolabs, a member of the Yamaha group of companies, specializing in wireless microphone systems for conference settings.

“Since it was first commercially available, the MRX7-D has made a significant impact on the contractor/conferencing market, states Marc Lopez, Marketing Manager, Yamaha Professional Audio, commercial audio products. “With our collaboration with Dan Dugan Designs auto-mix feature, we further extend our presence in the conferencing systems market.”

The MRX7-D processor is equipped with 8 In/8 Out analog I/Os and 16 In/16 Out YDIF I/Os, as with all CIS DSP processors, built-in Dante network port, and can be connected to other equipment such as EXi8/EXo8 (eight channel analog mic/line and analog output expanders) input and output expanders and XMV Series multi-channel amplifiers by using simple Cat5 cables.

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