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Signal processor at the heart of the ADECIA
|Dimensions||W215 mm × D260 mm × H44 mm|
|Power Requirements||PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at, LLDP), DC 48 V|
|Power consumption (max)||15.0 W|
|Connector||RJ 45, USB, XLR balanced, RCA|
|In Operation||Temperature||0～40 ℃|
|Humidity||30 %～90 % (No condensation)|
|Humidity||20 %～90 % (No condensation)|
|Indicator||Power Indicator, Status Indicator, Bluetooth Indicator, Network Port Indicator (x3)|
|Mount||Table Mount, Rack Mount|
|Maximum Device Number with RM-CR||-|
|Accessories||Installation Manual, USB Cable (A-B) 5 m (16.4 ft), USB Cable (A-microB) 1 m (3.3 ft), 4x Rubber foot, Access Panel|
|Options||RM-MTL: Table Mount Kit, RM-MRK: Rack Mount Kit|
|Ether1||Dante Audio/Dante Control, Remote Control, WebUI, PoE+|
|Ether2/Ether3||Corporate Network, Remote Control, SIP, WebUI|
|USB||USB2.0, Network Class, WebUI, Fixed IP|
|USB||USB2.0, Audio Class 1.0, Input: 2 ch, Output: 2 ch @48 kHz|
|Mic Input||XLR balanced, Input 2 ch|
|AUX||RCA unbalanced (Line Level), Input: 2 ch, Output: 2 ch|
|Speaker Out||RCA unbalanced (Line Level), Output: 2 ch|
|Supported Profiles||HFP (1.6), A2DP, AVRCP|
|Supported Codec||CVSD, SBC, mSBC|
|Maximum Communication Distance||10 m (32.8 ft) (no obstacles)|
|Radio Frequency (Operational Frequency)||2,402 to 2,480 MHz|
|Maximum Output Power (EIRP)||4.0 dBm (2.5 mW)|
|SIP||Call Handling||Dial, Answer, Hold, Resume, Forwarding, Do not disturb, Call ID, Voice Mail Notifications (switch configured)|
|Call Bridging||Supports Bridging SIP, USB, BT and AUX Calls. Join, Split, Hold, Resume, 5+1 Lines: Up to 2 SIP calls, 1 USB call, 1 Bluetooth Call, 1 AUX, plus the user|
|Codecs||G.711, G.722HD, G.729ab, G.726|
|DTMF Support||RTP event, SIP in-band, SIP info package|
|Security||SRTP Support (RFC 1889), IETF SIP support(RFC 3261 and companion RFCs)|
|Sampling Rate||48 kHz|
|Bit Depth||24 bit|
|Latency||8 [ms] (Dante In to USB Out, includes signal processing)|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz – 20 kHz|
Uses the Dante audio network standard for audio transmission between devices. Audio/control signals can be transmitted via a single network cable. The RM-CR Remote Conference Processor performs voice line settings and detailed adjustments automatically, which easily resolves several difficult problems associated with troublesome wiring, establishing network environments, and optimizing acoustics for each room environment.
Power supply uses the PoE method. Together with the RM-CG Ceiling Array Microphone and Dante/PoE-compatible VXL Series Model P line array speakers, the RM-CR uses power supplied from the PoE-compatible SWR2311P-10G network switch via a network cable, sparing you any worry about compatibility with various devices.
All it takes is a click in your web browser. The setup wizard automatically performs audio routing in your system. This minimizes the enormous amount of time required for adjustment, and can be easily set without knowledge or experience of acoustics.
By automatically recognizing devices connected to the same network as the RM-CR, analyzing the acoustic environment of the room where it is installed and the state of any installed speakers, and automatically optimizing the parameters of signal processing technology, etc., the Auto Tuning function adjusts for optimum sound that makes hearing and speaking easy.
Equipped with Auto Mixer functions that allow you to select either gain-sharing type* or gate type, enabling input level balance to be actively adjusted from each microphone.
*Gain-sharing type does not require complicated settings such as threshold level, attack time, or hold time.
Equipped with various interfaces such as USB, Bluetooth®, and audio input/output, the system can be used not only for web conferencing but also for other remote conferencing applications such as video conferencing and conference calls. As it’s compatible with Windows, macOS, iOS and Android, there are no restrictions on the web conferencing system used. Remote communication solutions can be constructed in combination with any OS, device, or teleconferencing system.
Follow the setup wizard on your web browser and with just a few clicks it will automatically adjust the audio according to your system’s audio routing and room environment. This minimizes the enormous amount of time required for adjustment, and can be easily set without knowledge or experience of acoustics.
Settings screen: Password, network, region, peripherals, SIP, and Bluetooth settings can be changed here.
Audio screen: Input/output can be checked and auto tuning can be carried out here. (Manual setting (or detailed setting) of signal processing parameters is not supported as of February 2020. This will be supported at a later date.)
Tools screen: Firmware can be updated and device information can be checked here. Firmware updates can be carried out not only for the RM-CR itself, but also for connected RM series firmware. Save/recall settings and log settings can also be changed on the Tools screen.
No specialized programming skills are required. An intuitive interface makes it easy to create faders for volume control and mute on/off of RM-CR. And position photographs or other graphic elements on the tablet screen as required to create original control panels that are ideally suited to conference audio controls. In addition, ProVisionaire Touch and ProVisionaire Control can control the MRX series processor and other Yamaha Pro Audio equipment. It is easy to combine those parameters onto the one screen. ProVisionaire Control and MRX7-D can control 3rd party networked equipment using commands of Ethernet protocols, UDP, or/and TCP.
It can be installed in an EIA rack using the RM-MRK (dedicated rack mount bracket) on the main unit. (Only one unit can be installed in a 19-inch rack.)
It can also be installed on the underside of a table using the RM-MTL (dedicated table mount bracket).