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The PM4000 is a professional audio mixing console with the kind of flexibility, performance and reliability for which Yamaha has earned a worldwide reputation. It picks up where the famous PM3000 left off, with still more functions, a higher level of performance, and a greater degree of versatility than ever before. The console now comes with both mono and stereo input modules, and you can determine the complement of each type of module in your unit at the time you order it, or you can later swap modules in the field.
Features: Electronically balanced XLR inputs and outputs.
Equipped: With dual headphone and dual CUE output connectors.
It has multiple exhaust fans on rear panel.
The consoles may be linked to expand system capability.
Lots of Inputs and Busses: There are eight VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier) Master Faders which can be assigned to control any combination of input channels. In addition, there are 18 group mixing busses as well as two pair of stereo mixing busses, to which any of the input channels can be assigned. Each input channel may be assigned directly to any of the 18 group busses or two stereo busses. The stereo bus sends on each channel may be switched individually to function as dual mono sends, for a total of 22 discrete audio mixing busses.
Flexible Bus Assignment: The master output section is arranged with 9 pair of Group Master faders. Each group mix has its own Group output. Each group can be assigned to either (or both) of the stereo masters. Input channel signals may be assigned directly to the stereo busses, or assignment can be made via any of the 18 Group Masters.
Versatile Input Gain Structure: Inputs are differentially balanced, and are equipped with a 30 dB attenuation PAD plus a continuously variable 50dB range GAIN trim control. Optional input transformers may be installed.
Meters for Every Channel and Bus: It is equipped with 22 illuminated VU meters.
VCA Groups for “Scene” Control: It is equipped with a VCA grouping system which is separate from the audio grouping. Eight “VCA Group” switches next to each channel fader enable that channel to be assigned so it is controlled by one or more of the VCA Master Faders.
Master and VCA Mute Functions: The Master Mute function facilitates scene changes and complex cues. Each input channel has eight Mute assign switches. These permit the channel’s on/off function to be remotely controlled by the eight Master Mute switches.
Comprehensive Cueing With Switchable Modes: There is a Cue switch on every input channel and on the aux returns, and a Cue switch on every auxiliary send, the group outputs, the matrix outputs and the stereo master output. The Cue system has input priority. A Last Cue mode permits the operator to have the most recently selected bus cue cancel the bus cue that had been selected previously.
Talkback and Tone for Slating or Test: Talkback can be slated to any of the 18 group mixing busses, the two stereo mixing busses, and to a rear panel XLR TB output. The oscillator can be slated to the same busses as the talkback, and also has it own rear panel output connector.