The CS-R5 control surface is the core component of RIVAGE PM5 system, with 96 kHz processing. The console has three touch screen and 12-faders bays for flexible setup and configuration.Touch panels are brought closer to the user, making them easier to reach. The weight is 92.6lbs (42kg) which is incredibly light.
- Display: 15" touch panel x 3
- Faders: 38 (12+12+12+2)
- Selected Channel section: Dynamics, GAIN, HPF, EQ, PAN, Function Knob
- Custom Fader banks: 6 x 5 on each bay
- User Defined keys: 12 x 4 banks
- Send/User Defined knobs: 3(4 x 4 banks can be assigned)
- Touch and Turn knobs: 3
- Analog I/O: 8 in / 8 out
- Slot: 2 MY slots
- AES/EBU: 4 in / 4 out (with SRC)
- Ports: GPI (8 in / 8 out), MIDI In/Out, 5 USB (1 for 2-track recording)
- Power supply: Dual redundant power supply built-in
- Power consumption: 300W
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 1,444 x 414 x 643mm (56.9" x 16.2" x 25.3")
- Net Weight: 42 kg (92.6 lbs)
Perfecting the Art of Live Sound
All art, including art that involves sound and music, is expression that has an impact on the viewer or listener. It often begins with the artist’s personal journey of self-discovery that sometimes grows and ripples outward in waves that resonate with people everywhere.
Yamaha supports the engineers who support artists and performers in their quest to make waves, carrying their vision to a wider audience.
An All-embracing Ecosystem
The RIVAGE PM series includes five consoles, two DSP engines, two I/O rack units, and two network protocols. Any of these components can be combined to create systems that match a wide range of application scale and budget requirements.
All five consoles feature a similar interface with up to three bays of 12 faders each, touch-sensitive display panels, and the Yamaha Selected Channel Section. Engineers who are familiar with one RIVAGE PM console can easily switch to any other and be up and running in a matter of minutes.
All RIVAGE PM system components are compatible, and components from earlier systems will work in combination with later systems. That goes for I/O racks as well as DSP engines, so in addition to operating them separately you can combine DSP engines in mirrored configurations for large applications, for example.