Yamaha M7CL Digital Mixing Console

YAMAHA Updated: 2007-10-05
Yamaha M7CL Digital Mixing Console

The Time To Go Digital Is Now
If you're planning to build or upgrade a mid-size sound system – installed or portable – now's the time to move up to a top-performance, easy-operation digital system based on the M7CL. This is one digital mixing console that lets you concentrate on sound without being overwhelmed by the technology.

* 48 or 32 mono microphone/line inputs, 4 stereo inputs, and 3 mini-YGDAI card slots (a total of 56 or 40 mixing channels).
* 16 mix buses, LCR bus, 8 matrix channels, and 8 DCAs assignable to 16 omni outputs.
* Virtual effect and EQ rack: up to 4 simultaneous multi-effect processors; up to 8 simultaneous 31-band graphic EQs.
* Centralogic™ interface: central, logical, and intuitive.
* Dual power modes: use the built in power supply, or add an external PW800W power supply unit (optional) for failsafe dual-supply operation.
* Compact and lightweight: 48 channels in the space and weight normally required for 24.

Centralogic™ Brings It All Together
Yamaha's Centralogic™ interface takes the most direct approach to giving you maximum operational ease and efficiency in a digital console. Rather than trying to simulate the feel and workflow of an analog mixer, Centralogic™ goes straight to the heart of the matter, simplifying digital operation to the point where it is actually as intuitive as analog … if not easier. A touch-panel display combined with Yamaha's acclaimed selected channel concept and a straightforward navigation system – no layers, one-function physical controls, and all digital controls can be accessed through just two main display screens – lets you focus in on any operation directly and instantly. In fact, the entire 32-channel or 48-channel console can quite easily be operated from the 44.2-centimeter-wide (that's a little over 17 inches) Centralogic™ section alone.