Yamaha Amplifier Control Device ACD1

Description

Amplifier Control

The ACD1 Amplifier Control Device provides a convenient, reliable means to connect a computer running Yamaha's advanced amplifier control and monitoring software to Yamaha Tn, PC1N, XP, XM and XH series power amplifiers. Up to 32 daisy-chained Tn and/or PC1N series amplifiers can be connected to the ACD1 DATA PORT connector via standard Ethernet cables, while as many as 8 XP, XM, and/or XH series amplifiers can be connected to individual MONITOR/REMOTE connectors via appropriate cables. That's a total of 40 power amplifiers via a single ACD1 unit. Yamaha's TXn power amplifiers connect directly to the same software network via Ethernet, without the need for the ACD1, so you can simultaneously connect TXn amps and other Yamaha amplifiers connected via an ACD1 unit to a single computer by using a standard high-speed Ethernet switch.

 

Amp Control

 Tn/PC-1NXP, XH, XM
Power
On/Standby
YesYes
AttenuateYesNo
MuteYesYes
Input PolarityYesNo

 

Monitor

 Tn/PC-1NXP, XH, XM
Input LevelYesNo
Output LevelYesYes
Output ClipYesNo
Load
Impedance
YesNo
ProtectionYesYes
Amp ModeYesNo
Heatsink TempYesNo

 

Amp Editor - Intuitive, plug and play amp management software -

Amp Editor is a dedicated software application for Yamaha amplifiers that makes amplifier management easy. Remotely control and monitor amplifiers simply by connecting your TXn amplifiers or ACD1 to an Ethernet port on a computer via a standard high-speed Ethernet switch. Connection to the Amp Editor network requires no special drivers so that your system is up and running in no time. All TXn amplifier functions and DSP parameters can be controlled using Amp Editor.

Power requirementsAC100-240V 50/60Hz
Power consumption15W
DimensionsW480mm; 18-7/8in
H44mm; 1-3/4in (1U)
D362mm; 14-1/4
Net weight4kg; 8.8lbs
AccessoriesOwner's manual, AC power cord, Euro-block plug (16P), 4x Rubber foot