Yamaha will be highlighting partnerships and its commitment to excellence in a diverse range of markets at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2024.
Yamaha will be exhibiting on Booth 3E700 in Hall 3 at ISE, which takes place from January 30th to February 2nd at Fira de Barcelona, Spain.
As well as highlighting the company’s commitment to delivering complete ‘one stop shop’ audio solutions, a key focus of Yamaha’s presence will be its partnerships with companies specialising in video equipment, wireless display technology, collaboration platform, communication protocols collaboration platform, communication protocols or room and device management. Working with partners including Audinate, Cisco Webex, Microsoft Teams or Zoom, the highest quality audio and visual systems can be seamlessly integrated to deliver the ultimate AV solutions.
Yamaha products on show at ISE will further highlight the company’s commitment to excellence in a diverse range of markets, including live music, installed sound / background music, corporate conferencing, teaching, training and streaming.
The show sees the announcement of the VXL-WR series of weather-resistant slim line array speakers, Yamaha's first IP55-rated weather-resistant speaker system. Using the high end technology of Yamaha’s well-established VXL speaker range, the VXL-WR series is designed to deliver very clear, loud speech and music reproduction in theme parks, sports grounds and other outdoor facilities.
Yamaha will also be giving a trade show debut to Version 1.1.0 of its ProVisionaire Design software, which adds support for the MRX7-D signal processor, Tio1608-D2 Dante I/O rack and MCP1 advanced surface-mount controller. Booth visitors will have the chance to experience the seamless integration of Yamaha audio ecosystems via ProVisionaire, which ensures a seamless, streamlined audio journey from input to output.
The DM7 and DM3 digital mixing consoles will be on show. Launched in 2023, these mixers are designed to meet the dynamic demands of a wide range of different audio applications, from large and/or complex live events right through to project studios, providing users with exceptional features and remarkable usability within easily transportable frames.
In addition, the DME7 digital mixing engine will be showcasing new audio components in the form of a de-esser, program ducker, ping-pong delay and a new scheduler function.
Yamaha is committed to delivering training excellence and will announce the expansion of its Audioversity programme with a learning management system (LMS), which delivers training for systems integrators, end users and sales staff. The new programme will begin in April, with initial courses being on audio basics and ADECIA certification.
At ISE 2024, Yamaha will also be marking 10 years since the launch of its Commercial Installation Solutions (CIS) range. To celebrate it will start rolling out a three year warranty extension, initially for CIS amplifiers, processors and speakers, as well as introducing special offers for channel partners.