Yamaha DSP5D Expander Chico CA

A broadband video over Cat5 balun from Intelix in Chico, the RF-F replaces the company's VB balun. The unit transmits broadband video (cable TV channels 2-150; VHF channels 2-13) up to 300 feet over standard unshielded twisted pair cabling.

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Yamaha DSP5D Expander

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: April 1, 2007

By Pro AV Staff

DSP expansion module
The Yamaha DSP5D expander for the PM5D digital sound reinforcement console is a standalone unit that expands the capabilities of the PM5D to 96 mono plus 16 stereo input channels, includes two additional card slots with more effects and dynamics processing, and can be used with a PC and Yamaha Studio Manager software. When PM5D is used in conjunction with the new DCU5D Ethernet Audio Cascade Unit and a DSP5D, the unit can be set in a remote location and controlled from the PM5D up to 100 meters using a Cat5 cable, doubling the mixing power of the console's input channels, effects processors, and other console connectivity features. Price: $27,000. Availability: May 2007. For more information, contact Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems at 714-522-9011 or at www.yamahaca.com.

Broadband video balun

A broadband video over Cat5 balun from Intelix, the RF-F replaces the company's VB balun. The unit transmits broadband video (cable TV channels 2-150; VHF channels 2-13) up to 300 feet over standard unshielded twisted pair cabling such as Cat. 5 or Cat. 5e, supporting broadband (RF) signals up to 900 MHz. To use, users connect the unit to a source device, connect standard unshielded twisted pair cabling, and connect a second RF-F balun to the destination device. The RF-F does not require a secondary power supply and features a male F connector and RJ45 connector.

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