The LightViper VIM-MY32 YGDAI cards are designed for use with Yamaha digital equipment containing YGDAI (Yamaha General Digital Audio Interface) card slots. The VIM-MY32 cards are used in place of the VIM-1832 at the "tail" or mixer end of the system.
The VIM-MY32 cards can be used in connection with the VIS-1832 or VIS-4832. When used with the VIS- 4832 and Yamaha AD8HR mic pre-amps, The Yamaha AD8HR mic pre-amps can be remotely controlled through the LightViper system using a Yamaha console. VIM-MY32M Master Card - this card provides 16 direct digital inputs (sends) and 8 digital outputs (returns) from the Yamaha device.
The VIM-MY32M comes standard with LC fiber connectors however it can also be fit with ST, Neutrik Duo or Neutrik Quad tactical connectors. The VIM-MY32M contains multimode optics (singlemode optional).
The VIM-MY32M contains the clock for the LightViper system. There is an internal switch to select whether the VIM-MY32M is the master clock, or whether the VIM-MY32M will slave to the consoles master clock. The VIM-MY32 cards only operate at 48k. The VIM-MY32M provides 2 fiber-optic pass thru connectors which allow inputs 17-32 to be fed into a second master card. There is a "sync" status LED on the front of the VIM-MY32M. This LED will be solid green when in sync, flashing red and green while looking for sync, and solid red when no sync is present.
The VIM-MY32M contains a Neutrik MiniCon connector to enable connection to the VIM-MY32S slave card. VIM-MY32S Slave Card - there is no fiber-optic connection to the VIM-MY32S slave card. It connects to the VIM-MY32M master card via the supplied MiniCon cable. The VIM-MY32S also contains an RJ45 connector for TTL data input, and a DB9, both of which can be used for sending Yamaha HA remote control over fiber with the audio returns. The toggle switch is used to choose which connector is active - the TTL connector or the DB9 connector. To use the TTL data port for Yamaha HA remote control, a LightViper DGL-422 dongle is required.
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