Yamaha 170602_mtx_mrx_xmv_ex_rcps_v310_rev10_en MTX3, MTX5 D, MRX7 XMV Series, EXi8, EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specifications V3.1.0 Mtx Mrx Ex Spec V310 En

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MTX3, MTX5-D, MRX7-D,
XMV Series, EXi8, EXo8
Remote Control Protocol Specications
Version 3.1.0 rev10
Release Jun 19th, 2017
This specication document applies to MTX3, MTX5-D, MRX7-D, XMV, EXi8, and EXo8 V3.10 and later.
MTX3/MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specications V3.1.0 rev10 2
Table of contents
0. Revision History ..............................................................................................................................4
1. Setup ................................................................................................................................................8
1.1. Connection Procedure ................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.2. Conguring the Remote Controller ................................................................................................................................ 9
1.3. Device Conguration.................................................................................................................................................... 10
1.3.1. MTX3, MTX5-D and MRX7-D ......................................................................................................................... 10
1.3.2. XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 ...................................................................................................................................... 10
1.3.3. MRX7-D and Remote Control Setup List ........................................................................................................ 10
2. Command List ...............................................................................................................................11
2.1. Commands from a device sent to a remote controller ................................................................................................. 11
2.2. Commands for controlling a device.............................................................................................................................. 11
2.3. Extended commands ................................................................................................................................................... 12
3. Command Specications .............................................................................................................13
3.1. Basic Command Specications ................................................................................................................................... 13
3.2. Commands a Device Sends to a Remote Controller ................................................................................................... 14
3.2.1. Device status change notication .................................................................................................................... 14
3.2.2. Parameter change notication ........................................................................................................................ 15
3.2.3. Meter information notication .......................................................................................................................... 16
3.2.4. Preset change notication ............................................................................................................................... 16
3.2.5. Snapshot change notication .......................................................................................................................... 17
3.2.6. Event processing change notication .............................................................................................................. 17
3.3. Commands for controlling a device.............................................................................................................................. 20
3.3.1. Device status query ......................................................................................................................................... 20
3.3.2. Device run mode change ................................................................................................................................ 21
3.3.3. MTX external control protocol run mode setting ............................................................................................. 22
3.3.4. Parameter query ............................................................................................................................................. 24
3.3.5. Parameter setting ............................................................................................................................................ 26
3.3.6. Meter control ................................................................................................................................................... 30
3.3.7. Preset processing ........................................................................................................................................... 32
3.3.8. Snapshot Recall processing ............................................................................................................................ 32
3.4. Extended commands ................................................................................................................................................... 33
3.4.1. Product information query request .................................................................................................................. 33
3.4.2. Preset processing request .............................................................................................................................. 35
3.4.3. Event processing request ................................................................................................................................ 36
3.5. Command Errors.......................................................................................................................................................... 50
3.5.1. Command Error Notications .......................................................................................................................... 50
4. Command Sequence .....................................................................................................................51
4.1. Communication start sequence ................................................................................................................................... 52
4.2. Parameter sync sequence ........................................................................................................................................... 54
4.3. Parameter query sequence at any given time ............................................................................................................. 55
4.4. Meter data request/query sequence ............................................................................................................................ 56
4.5. Preset recall request sequence ................................................................................................................................... 56
4.6. Sequence when parameters are changed by another controller ................................................................................. 57
5. Meter Value ....................................................................................................................................58
6. Parameter Value Details ...............................................................................................................59
6.1. Fader parameter .......................................................................................................................................................... 59
6.1.1. Fader with "-Innity to 0dB" range ................................................................................................................... 59
6.1.2. Fader with "-Innity to 10dB" range ................................................................................................................. 61
6.2. Other parameters (MTX3, MTX5-D) ............................................................................................................................ 63
6.2.1. INPUT PATCH ................................................................................................................................................ 63
6.2.2. INPUT CHANNEL ........................................................................................................................................... 64
6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ ...................................................................................................................................... 64
6.2.2.2. GATE .............................................................................................................................................. 65
6.2.2.3. COMPRESSOR .............................................................................................................................. 67
6.2.2.4. AGC ................................................................................................................................................ 68
6.2.2.5. DUGAN AUTOMIXER ..................................................................................................................... 69
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Table of contents
6.2.3. EFFECT .......................................................................................................................................................... 70
6.2.4. ZONE .............................................................................................................................................................. 71
6.2.4.1. PAGING (MTX5-D only) .................................................................................................................. 71
6.2.4.2. 1st/2nd PRIORITY .......................................................................................................................... 72
6.2.4.3. ANC ................................................................................................................................................. 73
6.2.5. ROUTER ......................................................................................................................................................... 73
6.2.5.1. ROUTER ......................................................................................................................................... 73
6.2.5.2. OSCILLATOR ................................................................................................................................. 74
6.2.6. OUTPUT CHANNEL ....................................................................................................................................... 74
6.2.6.1. 4BAND EQ ...................................................................................................................................... 74
6.2.6.2. SPEAKER PROCESSOR ............................................................................................................... 75
6.2.7. OUTPUT PATCH ............................................................................................................................................ 75
6.2.7.1. OUTPUT PATCH ............................................................................................................................ 75
6.2.7.2. YDIF PATCH ................................................................................................................................... 76
6.2.8. MY4-AEC ........................................................................................................................................................ 77
6.2.8.1. MY4-AEC Input Patch ..................................................................................................................... 77
6.2.8.2. MY4-AEC FBS ................................................................................................................................ 77
6.3. Other parameters (MRX7-D)........................................................................................................................................ 78
6.3.1. Ambient Noise Compensator .......................................................................................................................... 78
6.3.2. Auto Gain Control ............................................................................................................................................ 78
6.3.3. Combiner ......................................................................................................................................................... 78
6.3.3.1. Room Combiner .............................................................................................................................. 78
6.3.3.2. Room Combiner plus Automixer ..................................................................................................... 78
6.3.4. Dynamics ........................................................................................................................................................ 78
6.3.4.1. Compressor ..................................................................................................................................... 78
6.3.4.2. Gate/Ducking .................................................................................................................................. 79
6.3.4.3. Limiter ............................................................................................................................................. 79
6.3.4.4. Paging Ducker ................................................................................................................................. 79
6.3.5. Effect ............................................................................................................................................................... 80
6.3.6. EQ ................................................................................................................................................................... 81
6.3.6.1. GEQ ................................................................................................................................................ 81
6.3.6.2. PEQ ................................................................................................................................................. 81
6.3.7. Filter ................................................................................................................................................................ 81
6.3.7.1. HPF/LPF/BPF ................................................................................................................................. 81
6.3.8. Mixer ............................................................................................................................................................... 81
6.3.8.1. Dugan Automixer ............................................................................................................................ 81
6.3.9. Oscillator ......................................................................................................................................................... 82
6.3.10. Paging ............................................................................................................................................................. 82
6.3.11. Speech Privacy ............................................................................................................................................... 82
6.3.12. Speaker Processor .......................................................................................................................................... 82
6.3.13. MY4-AEC (MTX5-D only) ................................................................................................................................ 82
6.3.13.1. MY4-AEC FBS ................................................................................................................................ 82
7. Parameter List ...............................................................................................................................83
7.1. MTX3/MTX5-D ............................................................................................................................................................. 83
7.2. MRX7-D ..................................................................................................................................................................... 101
7.3. XMV Series ................................................................................................................................................................ 107
7.4. EXi8 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 108
7.5. EXo8 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 109
7.6. MY4-AEC ................................................................................................................................................................... 110
7.6.1. MTX3, MTX5-D ............................................................................................................................................. 110
7.6.2. MRX7-D ........................................................................................................................................................ 110
8. Meter List .....................................................................................................................................111
8.1. MTX3/MTX5-D ........................................................................................................................................................... 111
8.2. MRX7-D ..................................................................................................................................................................... 114
8.3. XMV Series ................................................................................................................................................................ 122
8.4. EXi8 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 123
8.5. EXo8 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 124
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0. Revision History
Version Date Section Description
V1.0.0 Sep. 1, 2013 - Initial version
V1.0.1 Sep. 25, 2013 7 Added note (*1) to XMV "InputSelect" parameter
7 Added *2 to XMV "ATT" and "DigitalATT"
8 Separated Meter List of EXi8 and EXo8
V1.0.2 Jan.14, 2014 3.1 Added Heart beat command
3.1 Added explanation for escape character
3.2.4 Added note for "1-10) Time synchronization notication <Old format>"
3.2.4, 3.4.3 Added time set and get commands
3.2.4, 3.4.3 Added DST related commands
3.3.1 Added note for "2-1) Device run mode query"
3.3.3 Modied description text and added note for "2-9) Keepalive activation setting"
3.4.3 Added alert event log related commands
4 Fixed text "devstatus devmode" to "devstatus runmode" in communication start process explanation
4 Fixed communication start process ow diagram
6 Added parameter value detail for MY4-AEC (table 12, 13, 14)
7 Added parameter "MYInsert 16 Channel" to Parameter List
7 Added MY4-AEC parameters to Parameter List
7 Amend description for parameter "Power" in XMV Parameter List
8 Added MY4-AEC address to Meter List
V1.0.3 May 23, 2014 3.3.1, 4 Added clarication of [devstatus runmode] command, which is necessary to establish remote control
communication.
V1.3.0 Nov. 1, 2014 1.3.1, 1.3.2 Increased total number of remote controller devices which can simultaneously access the MTX
system.
3.1 Fixed some incorrect values in the "Normalized Value" column of the table, and in the note below the
table.
3.3.5 Added "setr" command, which allows relative inc/dec level control.
6 Added "value to data" tables for fader parameters.
7 Added comments in remarks column for when "setr" command is available.
7 Added "DigitalInputSensitivity" parameter for XMV
V2.0.3 Aug. 25, 2015 1, 3.2.2, 3.3.4
3.3.5, 3.3.6, 6.
7, 8
Added MRX7-D
1.3.3 Added "MRX7-D and Remote Control Setup List"
2, 3.2.3. Added "NOTIFY ssrecall" command
2, 3.2.4. Added "NOTIFY sscurrent_ex"command
2, 3.2.4. Added "NOTIFY ssrecall_ex" command
2, 3.3.8. Added "ssrecall_ex"command
3.1. Amended raw value examples for 400Hz and 2kHz
3.2.2. 1-5)
3.3.4. 2-10)
3.3.4. 2-11)
3.3.5 2-13)
3.3.5 2-14)
3.3.5 2-15)
Amended "Detail"
6 Fixed MTX5 parameter in "1.Input Patch"
7 Fixed Category of "INPUT CHANNEL"
7 Amended to clarify Analog Gain to "Gain"and Digital Gain to "D.Gain"
7 Fixed "Xpos" in "MATRIX"
7 Fixed "UniqueId" in "OUTPUT CHANNEL" of "SPEAKER PROCESSOR"
7 Fixed "Xpos" in "OUTPUT PORT" of "OUTPUT PORT"
7 Amended "Remarks" in "MY4-AEC"
V2.1.0 Dec. 22, 2015 3.2.2 Added new 'Important' comment regarding Parameter change notication raw/normalised values in
MRX7-D part
7 Fixed Remark for "Channel Name" parameter in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Fixed ElmNo for "ROUTER" parameter in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Fixed "INPUT CHANNEL LEVEL" & "INPUT CHANNEL MUTE" parameters in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Fixed "INPUT CHANNEL DCA" parameters in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Fixed "MATRIX OUTPUT MASTER" parameters in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Added "ZONE DCA/MUTE" parameters in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Fixed Remark for "EQ/GEQ Gain" parameter in MRX7-D
7 Added "Acoustic Echo Canceller" parameters in MRX7-D
7 Added "Revolabs Control" parameters in MRX7-D
7 Fixed Remark for "ChannelName" parameters in XMV series
8 Fixed Meter Name for "OUTPUT PORT OUTPUT(SLOT)" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
8 Fixed Meter Name for "Matrix Mixer" in MRX7-D part
MTX3/MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specications V3.1.0 rev10 5
0. Revision History
Version Date Section Description
V2.2.0 Jun. 21, 2016 6 Added "B/W(Q)" parameter for PEQ in MRX7-D part
6 Added "Paging Ducker", "Effect" and "Pitch Shift FBS" parameters in MRX7-D part
6 Added "B/W(Q)" parameter for Speaker Processor PEQ in MRX7-D part
7 Fixed Remarks for "GAIN/HPF" of "MIC/LINE INPUT MONO CH STRIP 1-8(16)" in "INPUT
CHANNEL" category in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Changed parameter name "DCA Fader 8(16) Channel" to "Fader 8(16) Channel" for "INPUT
CHANNEL LEVEL" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Changed parameter name "DCA Fader 6 Channel" to "Fader 6 Channel" for "INPUT CHANNEL
LEVEL" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Changed parameter name "DCA Mute 6 Channel" to "Mute 6 Channel" for "INPUT CHANNEL
MUTE" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Changed parameter name "DCA Fader 8 Channel" to "Fader 8 Channel" for "INPUT CHANNEL
LEVEL" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Changed parameter name "DCA Mute 8 Channel" to "Mute 8 Channel" for "INPUT CHANNEL
MUTE" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Added "INPUT CHANNEL DCA" and "INPUT CHANNEL MUTE" categories in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Deleted duplicated "INPUT CHANNEL DCA / MUTE" parameters between "MIC/LINE INPUT MONO
CH STRIP 1-8(16)" and "LINE INPUT ST/MONO CH STRIP 1L-3R" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Merged "ZONE DCA/MUTE" parameters into "ZONE" category in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Added "DCA Mute 8(16) Channel" for Zone in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Changed parameter name "DCA Fader 8(16) Channel" to "Fader 8(16) Channel" for "MATRIX
OUTPUT MASTER" in MTX3/MTX5-D part
7 Added "Paging Ducker" parameters for Dynamics in MRX7-D part
7 Added "Effect" parameters in MRX7-D part
7 Added "Notch FBS" parameters and "Pitch Shift FBS" parameters in MRX7-D part
7 Added "Delay Matrix" parameters for Mixer in MRX7-D part
8 Added "Paging Ducker" parameters for Dynamics in MRX7-D part
8 Added "Delay Matrix" parameters for Mixer in MRX7-D part
MTX3/MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specications V3.1.0 rev10 6
0. Revision History
Version Date Section Description
V3.0.0 Feb. 24, 2017 2 Changed command category name "Preset recall processing" to "Preset processing request" in 2.
Command List
3.3.5 Added Notes in "Parameter setting" for "2-14) Normalized value parameter setting".
3.4.2 Unied term "Snapshot (preset) list" to "Preset list".
3.4.3 3-27)
3.4.3 3-28)
Simplied command names deleting "(for list)".
4 Ameneded detail of "Normal procedure"
"snapshot (preset) control" to "Snapshot or Preset"
"snapshot (preset) display" to "Preset list display"
4 Unied term "Snapshot (preset)" to "Preset".
5 Amended "1.Level Meter, Hold Meter" to "1.Level Meter, Hold Meter, GR Meter".
6 Changed the command number 22 and bigger number due to modication above "21.Pitch Shift
FBS"
6 Amended "Group(9 - 16 Channnel) " to "Group(9 - 24 Channnel)" in "23.Dugan Automixer"
7 Improved parameter name in MTX3/MTX5-D part :
"MIC/LINE INPUT MONO CH STRIP 1-8(16)" to "INPUT CH STRIP 1-8(16)"
"LINE INPUT ST/MONO CH STRIP 1L-3R" to "STEREO INPUT CHANNEL STIN 1L-3R"
"DIRECT INPUT MONO CH STRIP 1-8" to "DIRECT INPUT CHANNEL CH 9 - 16 ( 17 - 24 )"
"Ducking 8 Channel" to "PRIORITY DUCKER"
"Router 40(48) Input 1 Output" to "PRIORITY SOURCE"
"Router 40(48) Input 1 Output" to "ANC SOURCE"
7 Marged two lines for MTX3 and MTX5-D parameters into one line for simplication in MTX3/MTX5-D
part :
"STIN 1L-3R 3BAND EQ"
"GroupMaster" in "INPUT CHANNEL DCA"
"GroupMaster" in "INPUT CHANNEL DCA MUTE"
"ZONE OUT GroupMaster"
"ZONE OUT MUTE GroupMaster"
7 Moved "EFFECT" for siplication within MTX3/MTX5-D part.
7 Added "Dugan Auto Mixer" in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
7 Amended parameter name in MTX3/MTX5-D part :
"MixBus 26(34) Input x 8(16) Output(STEREO) -> (MONO)" to "MATRIX (ZONE OUT MONO) 26(34)
Input x 8(16) Output" for "MATRIX"
"MixBus 26(34) Input x 8(16) Output (MONO) -> (STEREO)" -> "MATRIX (ZONE OUT STEREO)
26(34) Input x 8(16) Output" for "MATRIX"
7 Added notes about parameters in MTX3/MTX5-D part :
"MATRIX(MONO) 26(34) Input x 8(16) Output" in "MATRIX"
"MATRIX(STEREO) 26(34) Input x 8(16) Output" in "MATRIX"
7 Amended parameter name "Matrix Mixer 22(30) Input 2 Output" to "Matrix Mixer 22(30) Input 4
Output" in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
7 Combined "2nd PRIORITY DUCKER", "1st PRIORITY DUCKER", "ANC" and "SOURCE SELECT"
for simplication in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
7 Added remarks for "Dugan Auto Mixer" in MRX7-D part.
7 Fixed remarks for "DigitalInputSensitivity" in XMV part.
8 Amended remarks in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
8 Fixed UniqueId "20004" to "20024" for "INPUT(YDIF)" in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
8 Added "Dugan Auto Mixer" in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
8 Added variation "40 OUT" , "48 OUT" and "56 OUT" for "Matrix Mixer" in MRX7-D part.
8 Fixed Meter Name for "Speaker Processor" in MRX7-D part.
8 Added meter Type "gr" for "Speaker Processor" in MRX7-D part.
8 Added channel number in MRX7-D part :
"Room Combiner plus Auto Mixer ( Mic 17 - 24 Channel )"
"Dugan Automixer 17 - 24 Channel"
MTX3/MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specications V3.1.0 rev10 7
0. Revision History
Version Date Section Description
V3.1.0 Jun.19, 2017 Added Table of contents.
2,3,4,6,7,8 Rearranged format of section number and renumbering.
2.1. 1-7)
1-8)
1-10)
2.2. 2-5)
2-19)
2.3. 3-10)
3-11)
3-27)
3-28)
3-31)
Modied "Notication detail" and "Request details".
2.3. 3-31)
3-32)
Added description in Remarks.
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.5 1-10)
3.2.6
3.3.2
3.3.2 2-5)
3.3.5 2-16)
3.3.7
3.3.8 2-21)
3.4.3 3-10)
3-11)
Unied titles in command list of "2. Command List" and section names in command detail of
"3. Command Specications"
3.3.6 2-17)
2-18)
Corrected references information in "Details:".
3.4.3 3-16)
3-18)
3-20)
3-22)
3-24)
Added "Details:" for command options.
3.4.3 3-28)
:
3-32)
3-38)
3-41)
3-42)
Added "Notes:" for command option and detail.
3.4.3 3-16)
3-31)
3-32)
"Added commands "Details:".
3.4.3 3-28) Added command "option2" example.
3.4.3 3-27)
3-28)
3-31)
3-32)
3-37)
3-38)
Amended description in "Details:" and "Example".
6 Deleted "14. MY4-AEC Digtal I/O SRC" parameters in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
6 Rearranged tables according to the order of "7.Parameter List".
7 Added "PAGING","OSCILLATOR" and "PILOT TONE" parameters in MTX3/MTX5-D part.
7 Added "Paging" parameters in MRX7-D part.
7 Changed maximum value of "Utility/InputSelect" parameter in XMV part.
7 Added "ChUtility/InputSelect" parameter in XMV part.
7 Added "Note(*3)" for "Utility/InputSelect","ChUtility/InputSelect" parameters in XMV part.
7 Amended Block Diagram in XMV part.
MTX3/MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specications V3.1.0 rev10 8
1. Setup
1.1. Connection Procedure
Connection when using the NETWORK connector to perform remote control using this protocol
MTX3
Remote Controller Network
Switch
Ethernet Ethernet
MTX5-D
Remote Controller Network
Switch
Ethernet Ethernet
MRX7-D
Remote Controller Network
Switch
Ethernet Ethernet
* Also for XMV, EXi8 and EXo8.
XMV can be controlled with the protocol in this document without MTX3, MTX5-D or MRX7-D.
Connection when using the REMOTE connector to perform remote control using this protocol
MTX3
Remote Controller RS-232C (Crossover cable)
MTX5-D
Remote Controller RS-232C (Crossover cable)
MRX7-D
Remote Controller RS-232C (Cross cable)
* XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 do not have REMOTE connectors
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1. Setup
1.2. Conguring the Remote Controller
MTX3, MTX5-D and MRX7-D can be controlled from an external controller through the Ethernet (NETWORK) connector and RS-232C
(REMOTE) connector.
XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 can be controlled from an external controller through the Ethernet (NETWORK) connector.
The conguration on the remote controller side for each type of connection is shown below.
Ethernet (NETWORK connector) control
IP Address: Specify the IP address of the device you want to control.
IP Port No.: 49280
RS-232C (REMOTE connector) control
Bit Rate: The specied bit rate.
Data: 8 bits
Parity: none
Stop bit: 1 bit
Flow Control : none
RS-232C port pin assignment
Pin Name In/Out Pin Name In/Out
1 NC - 6 DSR In
2 RxD In 7 RTS Out
3 TxD Out 8 CTS In
4 DTR Out 9NC -
5 GND -
* Pin 4 and Pin 6 are connected internally.
* Pin 7 and Pin 8 are connected internally.
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1. Setup
1.3. Device Conguration
1.3.1. MTX3, MTX5-D and MRX7-D
MTX3, MTX5-D and MRX7-D can be controlled from an external controller through a NETWORK and RS-232C connector.
Up to nine remote controller devices can connect simultaneously to one MTX or MRX device, eight via the NETWORK
connector and one via the RS232 connector.
The procedure to congure the second control port of MTX3, MTX5-D and MRX7-D is shown below, this is found in MTX-MRX
Editor - System Menu- > Remote control.
(1)
(2)
(1) Select an MTX or MRX within the MTX/MRX system.
(2) Select BIT RATE of 38400 or 115200 for RS-232C control.
After selecting all the parameters, click OK to complete the procedure.
* In the case of the MTX5-D NETWORK remote control connection, either network connector (Primary or Secondary) can be
used when DANTE Daisy Chain mode is selected.
If using DANTE Redundant mode, only the Primary network connection and/or RS-232C connection can be used for remote
control.
1.3.2. XMV, EXi8 and EXo8
XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 can be controlled via an external device through a NETWORK connector.
Up to eight remote controller devices can connect simultaneously.
As remote control of XMV, EXi8 and EXo8 is performed via the NETWORK connector only, there is no requirement to congure
the port using MTX-MRX Editor for remote control.
When XMV, Exi8 and EXo8 are connected and controlled from MTX3, MTX5-D or MRX7-D, up to seven remote controller
devices can be used for these devices.
1.3.3. MRX7-D and Remote Control Setup List
Remote Parameter control for MRX7-D is managed via the Remote Control Setup List. This list must rst be created in MTX-
MRX Editor in order to specify which Parameters can be controlled from an external remote controller. This list will be upoaded
to MRX7-D during Synchronisation.
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2. Command List
2.1. Commands from a device sent to a remote controller
No. Notication details Reply from device Remarks
1-1 Device status change
notication
Device run mode notication NOTIFY devstatus runmode ... "emergency" is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-2 Device error status notication NOTIFY devstatus error ...
1-3 Current Fs (sampling frequency) setting
notication
NOTIFY devstatus fs ...
1-4 Current word clock status notication NOTIFY devstatus lockstatus ...
1-5 Parameter change
notication
Parameter change notication raw value NOTIFY set ...
Parameter change notication normalized value NOTIFY setn ...
1-6 Scheduler on/off change notication NOTIFY set(setn) MTX:EvntScd_On ...
1-7 Meter information
notication
Meter information notication NOTIFY mtr ...
1-8 Preset change notication Current Preset number change notication NOTIFY sscurrent ...
1-9 Preset recall start notication NOTIFY ssrecall ...
1-10 Snapshot change
notication
Current Snapshot number change notication NOTIFY sscurrent_ex ... This command is available only for MRX7-D
1-11 Snapshot recall start notication NOTIFY ssrecall_ex ... This command is available only for MRX7-D
1-12 Event processing change
notication
Media insertion notication NOTIFY event MTX:Media ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-13 Time synchronization notication <old format> NOTIFY event MTX:AbsoluteTime ... This command is invalid on the EXi8 and
EXo8.
1-14 Time synchronization notication <new format> NOTIFY event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime… This command is invalid on the EXi8 and
EXo8.
1-15 DST enable change notication NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEnable… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-16 DST offset time change notication NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetOffset… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-17 DST start time change notication NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetStartTime… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-18 DST end time change notication NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEndTime… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-19 DST start/end day change notication (day/week) NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-20 DST start/end day change notication (day) NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDay… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-21 Song play mode notication NOTIFY event MTX:
AudioPlayerSetPlayMode ...
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-22 Play, stop, and other transport operation
notication
NOTIFY event MTX:
AudioPlayerTransport ...
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-23 Playback song notication NOTIFY event MTX:
AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong ...
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
1-24 MTX Editor synchronization processing
notication
NOTIFY event MTX:
SynchronizationSetStatus ...
This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
2.2. Commands for controlling a device
No. Request details Command string Remarks
2-1 Device status query Device run mode query devstatus runmode "emergency" is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
2-2 Device error status query devstatus error
2-3 Current Fs (sampling frequency) status query devstatus fs
2-4 Current word clock status query devstatus lockstatus
2-5 Device run mode change Device run mode change devmode normal
devmode emergency
"emergency" is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
2-6 MTX external control
protocol run mode setting
Result and change notication character
encoding setting
scpmode encoding ...
2-7 Value notication mode setting scpmode valuetype ...
2-8 Normalization resolution setting scpmode resolution ...
2-9 Keepalive activation setting scpmode keepalive ...
2-10 Parameter query Raw value parameter query get ...
2-11 Normalized value parameter query getn ...
2-12 Scheduler status notication get(getn,gett) MTX:EvntScd_On ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
2-13 Parameter setting Raw value parameter setting set ...
2-14 Normalized value parameter setting (*) setn ...
2-15 Relative value parameter setting
(INC/DEC level control)
setr…
2-16 Scheduler setting set(setn,sett) MTX:EvntScd_On ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
2-17 Meter control Transmission request mtrstart ...
2-18 Stop request mtrstop ...
2-19 Preset processing Preset current number query processing sscurrent ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
2-20 Preset recall processing ssrecall ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
2-21 Snapshot processing Snapshot recall processing ssrecall_ex ... This command is available only for MRX7-D
* When value is set "1023" (default:1000), control resolution becomes same as "Raw value" command.
See "6.1. Fader parameter" for the "Nomalised value" vs "Raw value" when the value is set "1023"
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2. Command List
2.3. Extended commands
No. Request details Command string Remarks
3-1 Product information
query request
MTX external control protocol version query devinfo protocolver ...
3-2 Parameter set version query devinfo paramsetver ...
3-3 Firmware version query devinfo version ...
3-4 Product name query devinfo productname ...
3-5 Serial number query devinfo serialno ...
3-6 Device ID query devinfo deviceid ...
3-7 Device name query devinfo devicename ...
3-8 Preset processing
request
Number of Preset lists ssnum ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-9 Nth preset information ssinfo ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-10 Event processing
request
Time synchronization <Old format> event MTX:AbsoluteTime ... This command is invalid on the EXi8 and
EXo8.
3-11 Time synchronization <New format> event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime ... This command is invalid on the EXi8 and
EXo8.
3-12 Time query event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime ... This command is invalid on the EXi8 and
EXo8.
3-13 DST enable/disable setting event MTX:DSTSetEnable… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-14 DST enable/disable query event MTX:DSTGetEnable… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-15 DST status query event MTX:DSTGetStatus… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-16 DST offset time setting event MTX:DSTSetOffset… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-17 DST offset time query event MTX:DSTGetOffset… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-18 DST start time setting event MTX:DSTSetStartTime… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-19 DST start time query event MTX:DSTGetStartTime… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-20 DST end time setting event MTX:DSTSetEndTime… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-21 DST end time query event MTX:DSTGetEndTime… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-22 DST start/end day setting (day/week) event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-23 DST start/end day query (day/week) event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-24 DST start/end day setting (day) event MTX:DSTSetDay… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-25 DST start/end day query (day) event MTX:DSTGetDay… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-26 DST start/end day setting query event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting… This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-27 Current folder information query event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-28 Current folder move query event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-29 Folder name query event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-30 File name query event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-31 Folder name list query event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-32 File name list query event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-33 Song play mode query event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-34 Song play mode setting event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-35 Song playback status query event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-36 Play, stop, and other transport operation event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-37 Currently playing or selected song
information query
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-38 Playback song designation event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-39 MTX Editor synchronization processing query event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus ... This command is invalid on the XMV, EXi8
and EXo8.
3-40 Number of alert event log query event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber…
3-41 Alert event log query event MTX:EventLogGetLog…
3-42 Query for alert event log as list event MTX:EventLogGetLogList…
3-43 Clear alert event log event MTX:EventLogClear…
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3. Command Specications
3.1. Basic Command Specications
Below is the syntax of commands exchanged between a device and remote controller.
<command name> <option 1> <option 2> . . . <option n> <new line>
- Each command must end with LF (0x0A).
- LF (0x0A) code can be sent as heart-beat command.
Refer to section 3.3.3: "2-9) Keepalive activation setting" for description of run mode setting, which describes the use of this heart-beat
command.
- Character type letter(s) in command line must be bracketed by double quotations.
When double quotation itself needs to be included in command line, use "escape character" as shown below.
Backslash works as an escape character to express following one character for double quotation and backslash.
Syntax Meaning Description
\\ \ backslash
\" " double quotation
- At least one space is necessary between a command name and an option and between options.
- Commands must be expressed using ASCII characters. Other characters are not allowed.
- Option strings that express parameter values are shown below.
Value Displayed string Raw value Normalized value
-Innity "-INFINITY" -13801 0
-18dB "-18.00" -1800 453
-6.5dB "-6.50" -650 677
0dB "0.00" 0804
10dB "10.00" 1000 1000
2kHz "2.00k" 2000000 667
400Hz "400" 400000 435
Pan L 63 "L63" -63 0
Pan Center "C" 0500
Pan R 63 "R63" +63 1000
ON "ON" 0500
11000
OFF "OFF" 00
11000
INVERTED "INVERTED" 11000
NORMAL "NORMAL" 00
* For other parameters, see section 6, "Parameter Value Details," provided later.
* Normalized value is a converted value when minimum value of the parameter is as 0 and maximum value of the parameter is as 1000*1.
Example: -inf as minimum mapped 0, 10dB as maximum mapped 1000, 0dB mapped 804 for level parameter.
*1: This value is set by 2-8) Normalization resolution setting, default resolution is 1000.
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3. Command Specications
3.2. Commands a Device Sends to a Remote Controller
3.2.1. Device status change notication
1-1) Device run mode notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY devstatus runmode "emergency" Emergency run mode
"update" Update mode
"normal" Normal run mode
Example: Notication: NOTIFY devstatus runmode "normal"
Meaning: The run mode was changed to normal mode.
1-2) Device error status notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY devstatus error "t/xxxx" Alert fault information
"err/xxxx" Alert error information
"wrn/xxxx" Alert warning information
Details: "t/xxxx" = "t/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"err/xxxx" = "err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"wrn/xxxx" = "wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
The rst three characters indicate the alert type.
message = Alert message (The section from "/" to "//" after the alert type is the message data.)
. . . up to 32 characters (ascii characters)
nnn = Alert number (panel display number)
. . . 2 or 3 digit hexadecimal notation (The x at the front indicates hexadecimal notation.)
onf = Alert on/off
. . . Persistent alerts turn on when an alert condition occurs and turn off when they are cleared.
Single-shot alerts turn on while an alert condition is true.
sssss = Identical alert count (a counter that indicates the number of identical alerts, normally set to 1)
. . . Decimal notation
xxx = UNIT ID number . . . 3-digit hexadecimal
Date
Time
Example: Notication: NOTIFY devstatus error "err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1) ID-001 2013/1/22 11:38:23"
Meaning: Error alert 53 occurred.
1-3) Current Fs (sampling frequency) setting notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY devstatus fs "unknown" Fs undened
44.1kHz 44.1kHz
"48kHz" 48kHz
Example: Notication: NOTIFY devstatus fs "44.1kHz"
Meaning: Fs was changed to 44.1 kHz.
1-4) Current word clock status notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY devstatus lockstatus "unlock" Unlock
"lock" Lock
Example: Notication: NOTIFY devstatus lockstatus "lock"
Meaning: Word clock was locked.
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3.2.2. Parameter change notication
1-5) Parameter change notication raw value
Parameter change notication normalized value
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5 Description
NOTIFY set MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo
0 0 "(value)" "(string)" Parameter change
raw value
NOTIFY setn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo
0 0 "(value)" "(string)" Parameter change
normalized value
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
"(value)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
"(string)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Notication: NOTIFY set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
Meaning: DCA Fader 1ch level was changed to "-77.60."
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5 Description
NOTIFY set MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 "(value)" "(string)" Parameter change raw value
NOTIFY setn MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 "(value)" "(string)" Parameter change normalized value
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
"(value)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
"(string)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Notication: NOTIFY set MTX:Index_1 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
(V2.02 or earlier NOTIFY set MTX:Index_001 0 0 -7760 "-77.60")
Meaning: Level of the parameter assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control List was changed to "-77.60".
Important: If a parameter is assigned to multiple Index numbers in the Remote Control Setup List, Notication is only
provided to the lowest assigned Index number.
1-6) Scheduler on/off change notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5 Description
NOTIFY set(setn) MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 "1" Scheduler on
0 "0" Scheduler off
* For setn, option 4 is expressed using a normalized value.
Example: Notication: NOTIFY set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 "1"
Meaning: The scheduler was turned on.
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3.2.3. Meter information notication
1-7) Meter information notication
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter level (meter) Level meter value
gr gr meter value
Details: MemNo = See section 8, "Meters."
UniqueId = See section 8, "Meters."
(meter) = See section 5, "Meter Values."
Example: Notication: NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
* The meter value is expressed using a 2-digit hexadecimal.
Meaning: Output levels for ch1 to 8 Level are sent.
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
NOTIFY mtr MTX:Index_IndexNo level (meter) Level meter value
gr gr meter value
hold Hold meter value
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(meter) = See section 5, "Meter Values."
Example: Notication: NOTIFY mtr MTX:Index_2 level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
(V2.02 or earlier NOTIFY mtr MTX:Index_002 level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68)
* The meter value is expressed using a 2-digit hexadecimal.
Meaning: Output levels for Ch1 to 8 which are assigned to Index 2 in Remote Control list are sent.
3.2.4. Preset change notication
1-8) Current Preset number change notication
Command Option 1 Description
NOTIFY sscurrent (index) Current preset number change notication
Details: (index) = Current preset index number
Example: Notication: NOTIFY sscurrent 10
Meaning: Current preset was changed to index 10 (preset 10).
1-9) Preset recall start notication
Command Option 1 Description
NOTIFY ssrecall (index) Preset recall process started
Details: (index) = Preset index number
Example: Notication: NOTIFY ssrecall 10
Meaning: Preset recall process for Index 10 preset started.
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3.2.5. Snapshot change notication
1-10) Current Snapshot number change notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY sscurrent_ex list (index) Current preset number change notication
Details: (index) = Index number for Snapshot assiged in Remote Control Setup List
Example: Notication: NOTIFY sscurrent_ex list 5
Meaning: Snapshot recall occurred for the Snapshot assigned to index 5 in Remote Control Setup List
1-11) Snapshot recall start notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY ssrecall_ex list (index) Snapshot recall start notication
Details: (index) = Index number for Snapshot assiged in Remote Control Setup List
Example: Notication: NOTIFY ssrecall_ex list 5
Meaning: Snapshot recall process for Index 5 started.
3.2.6. Event processing change notication
1-12) Media insertion notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:Media "sdcard=inserted" An SD memory card was inserted.
"sdcard=extracted" An SD memory card was removed.
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:Media "sdcard=inserted"
Meaning: An SD memory card was inserted into an SD memory card slot and was detected normally.
* SD Card should not be removed when the MTX is powered on.
1-13) Time synchronization notication <Old format>
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:AbsoluteTime "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" Time synchronization notication
Details: yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:AbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 10:58:19"
Meaning: The time was set to January 25, 2013, 10 hours 58 minutes 19 seconds.
Note: This command’s option1 string "MTX:AbsoluteTime" is retained to keep compatibility with previous programming using
the previous protocol. The command’s function is identical to the new format shown below.
Device sends both format commands when time is set in order to keep compatibility with program which done for old
format in past.
Ignore this command and process new format command in new program.
1-14) Time synchronization notication <New format>
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" Time synchronization notication
Details: yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 10:58:19"
Meaning: The time was set to January 25, 2013, 10 hours 58 minutes 19 seconds
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1-15) DST enable change notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable" DST enable
"disable" DST disable
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable"
Meaning: DST was enabled
1-16) DST offset time change notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=hh:mm" DST offset time change notication
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 2)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetOffset "01:00"
Meaning: DST offset was set one hour
1-17) DST start time change notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=hh:mm" DST start time change notication
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: DST start time was set to 12:00
1-18) DST end time change notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=hh:mm" DST end time change notication
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: DST end time was set to 12:00
1-19) DST start/end day change notication (day/week)
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|s_month=zzzz|
e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww"
DST start/end day change
notication (day/week)
Details: xxxx = Start week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
yyyy = Start day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
zzzz = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
uuuu = End week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
vvvv = End day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
wwww = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|
e_weekindex=Last|e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
Meaning: DST start/end days were set as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
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1-20) DST start/end day change notication (day)
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|e_month=zzzz|
e_date=wwww"
DST start/end day change
notication (day)
Details: xxxx = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
yyyy = Start day (1 ~ 31)
zzzz = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
wwww = End day (1 ~ 31)
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
Meaning: DST start day was set to March 10th and DST end day was set to Novenber 3rd
1-21) Song play mode notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one" One song play mode
"playmode=repeat one" One song repeat
"playmode=all" All song play
"playmode=repeat all" All songs repeat
"playmode=shufe" Shufe repeat
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=repeat one"
Meaning: The play mode was changed to one song repeat.
1-22) Play, stop, and other transport operation notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop" Stop
"operation=play" Play
"operation=pause" Pause
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop"
Meaning: Playback was paused.
1-23) Playback song notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|leindex=
zzzz|lename=wwww"
Playback song designation
Details: xxxx = Directory path (index expression)
yyyy = Directory name (name of the folder)
zzzz = File index
wwww = File name
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong
"dirpath=0/1|dirname=Folder #1|leindex=2|lename=xxxx.mp3"
Meaning: The playback song was set to index number 1 "xxxx.mp3" in the "Folder #1" folder of 0/1
(index expression).
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always xed at 0).
Note: The character encoding for directory and le names conforms to the setting specied by the scpmode encoding
command.
1-24) MTX Editor synchronization processing notication
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
NOTIFY event MTX:SynchronizationSetStatus "active" Synchronization start
"inactive" Synchronization end
Example: Notication: NOTIFY event MTX:SynchronizationSetStatus "active"
Meaning: Synchronization processing was started between MTX and MTX Editor.
Note: When this notication is received, because the internal MTX settings may have changed signicantly, we recommend
that you verify the connection by querying relevant parameters.
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3.3. Commands for controlling a device
3.3.1. Device status query
2-1) Device run mode query
Command Option 1 Description
devstatus runmode Queries the run mode
Response
Response string Description
OK devstatus runmode "emergency" Emergency run mode
OK devstatus runmode "update" Update mode
OK devstatus runmode "normal" Normal run mode
Example: Command: devstatus runmode
Response: OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Meaning: Query the run mode.
The device is currently in normal run mode.
Note: After device responds with -OK devstatus runmode "normal"-, device starts to send commands.
In order to establish remote control communication, the external controller must send [devstatus runmode] command
to the device and await response. When the device responds as [OK devstatus runmode "normal"], the device is ready
to receive commands.
2-2) Device error status query
Command Option 1 Description
devstatus error Queries the error status
Response
Response string Description
OK devstatus error "none" No alerts
OK devstatus error "t/xxxx" fault alert
OK devstatus error "err/xxxx" error alert
OK devstatus error "wrn/xxxx" warning alert
Details: "t/ xxxx" = "t/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"err/ xxxx" = "err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
"wrn/ xxxx" = "wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx 2012/12/31 23:59:59"
The rst three characters indicate the alert type.
message = Alert message (The section from "/" to "//" after the alert type is the message data.)
. . . up to 32 characters (ascii characters)
nnn = Alert number (panel display number)
. . . 2 or 3 digit hexadecimal notation (The x at the front indicates hexadecimal notation.)
onf = Alert on/off
. . . Persistent alerts turn on when an alert condition occurs and turn off when they are cleared.
Single-shot alerts turn on while an alert condition is true.
sssss = Identical alert count (a counter that indicates the number of identical alerts, normally set to 1)
. . . Decimal notation
xxx = UNIT ID number . . . 3- digit hexadecimal
Date
Time
Example: Command: devstatus error
Response: OK devstatus error "err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1) ID-001 2013/1/22 11:38:23"
Meaning: Query the alert status.
Error alert 53 is occurring.
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2-3) Current Fs (sampling frequency) status query
Command Option 1 Description
devstatus fs Queries Fs
Response
Response string Description
OK devstatus fs "unknown" Fs undened
OK devstatus fs "44.1kHz" 44.1kHz
OK devstatus fs "48kHz" 48kHz
Example: Command: devstatus fs
Response: OK devstatus fs "44.1kHz"
Meaning: Query Fs.
The current Fs is 44.1 kHz.
2-4) Current word clock status query
Command Option 1 Description
devstatus lockstatus Queries the word clock lock status
Response
Response string Description
OK devstatus lockstatus "unlock" Unlock
OK devstatus lockstatus "lock" Lock
Example: Command: devstatus lockstatus
Response: OK devstatus lockstatus "lock"
Meaning: Query the word clock lock status.
Locked
3.3.2. Device run mode change
2-5) Device run mode change
Command Option 1 Description
devmode normal Sets the run mode to normal
emergency Sets the run mode to emergency
Response
Response string Description
OK devmode normal Normal run mode change complete
OK devmode emergency Emergency run mode change complete
Example: Command: devmode emergency
Response: OK devmode emergency
Meaning: Change to emergency mode.
Run mode was changed to emergency.
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3.3.3. MTX external control protocol run mode setting
2-6) Result and change notication character encoding setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
scpmode encoding ascii ASCII encoding mode (default setting)
utf8 UTF-8 encoding mode
Response
Response string Description
OK scpmode encoding ascii ASCII encoding mode change complete
OK scpmode encoding utf8 UTF-8 encoding mode change complete
Example: Command: scpmode encoding utf8
Response: OK scpmode encoding utf8
Meaning: Change the result and change notication encoding code to UTF-8.
The encoding mode was changed to UTF-8.
2-7) Value notication mode setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
scpmode valuetype raw Raw value mode (default setting)
normalized Normalized value mode
Response
Response string Description
OK scpmode valuetype raw Raw value mode change complete
OK scpmode valuetype normalized Normalized value mode change complete
Example: Command: scpmode valuetype normalized
Response: OK scpmode valuetype normalized
Meaning: Change parameter change notications to normalized value mode.
Parameter change notications were changed to normalized value mode.
2-8) Normalization resolution setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
scpmode resolution (res) Resolution for normalized value notications
(default setting = 1000)
Details: (res) = Resolution for normalized values
Response
Response string Description
OK scpmode resolution xxxx The resolution for normalized value notications
Details: xxxx = Specied resolution * Specied resolution should be more than 100.
Example: Command: scpmode resolution 128
Response: OK scpmode resolution 128
Meaning: Set the resolution of normalized values for setn commands to 128.
The resolution of normalized values for setn commands was set to 128.
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2-9) Keepalive activation setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
scpmode keepalive (interval) Maximum interval for a client to send some kind of message,
including heart beats (default setting = disabled)
Details: (interval) = Timeout value (msec) * Timeout value should be more than 1000.
* The actual timeout value will be increased by 1 second.
Response
Response string Description
OK scpmode keepalive xxxx Keepalive activated notication
Details: xxxx = The specied timeout value (msec)
Example: Command: scpmode keepalive 2000
Response: OK scpmode keepalive 2000
Meaning: Set the timeout value to 2000 msec (2 seconds).
The timeout value was set to 2000 msec (2 seconds).
Note: When unexpected disconnection happens, remote controller can’t nish communication with closing process.
In such case, device has to keep status "connected" and remote controller can’t establish new connection after that.
In order to prevent the situation above, device watches keepalive command if connection with remote controller is still
alive.
If device doesn’t receive keepalive command within timeout value which is set by this command, device terminates
connection by itself.
After the Keepalive activation command has been activated, the Remote controller must send any command or
LF(0x0A) code as a heart beat to the device within the timeout value.
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3.3.4. Parameter query
2-10) Raw value parameter query
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
get MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/
Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
0 0 Raw value parameter query
request
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Response
Response string Description
OK get MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
Raw value parameter query response
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
Response: OK get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
Meaning: Query the 1ch level of the DCA fader with raw values.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader is -77.60.
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
get MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 Raw value parameter query request
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Response
Response string Description
OK get MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) Raw value parameter query response
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
"(value)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: get MTX:Index_1 0 0
Response: OK get MTX:Index_1 0 0 -7760
(V2.02 or earlier OK get MTX:Index_001 0 0 -7760)
Meaning: Query level of the parameter assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List using raw values.
Level of the Parameter that is assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List is -77.60.
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2-11) Normalized value parameter query
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
getn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/
Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
0 0 Normalized value parameter
query request
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Response
Response string Description
OK getn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
Normalized value parameter query response
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: getn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
Response: OK getn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 408
Meaning: Query the 1ch level of the DCA fader with normalized values.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader is 408.
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
getn MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 Normalized value parameter query request
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Response
Response string Description
OK getn MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) Normalized value parameter query response
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
"(value)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: getn MTX:Index_1 0 0
Response: OK getn MTX:Index_1 0 0 408
(V2.02 or earlier OK getn MTX:Index_001 0 0 408)
Meaning: Query level of a parameter assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List using normalized
values. Level of the parameter which is assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List is 408.
2-12) Scheduler status query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
get(getn,gett) MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 Queries the scheduler status
* For getn, the response will contain a normalized value; for gett, the response will contain a text string.
Response
Response string Description
OK get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 Scheduler on
OK get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 0 Scheduler off
Example: Command: get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0
Response: OK get MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1
Meaning: Query the scheduler status.
Enabled
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3.3.5. Parameter setting
2-13) Raw value parameter setting
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Description
set MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/
Xpos/Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
0 0 (value) Raw value parameter
setting
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Response
Response string Description
OK set MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
Raw value parameter setting response
OKm set MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
* If the requested parameter value is outside the range, the value is adjusted within the range and set.
If this occurs, the result notication will be OKm instead of OK.
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
"(string)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
Response: OK set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
Meaning: Set the 1ch level of the DCA fader to a raw value of -77.60.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader was set to "-77.60".
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Description
set MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) Raw value parameter
setting
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Response
Response string Description
OK set MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)" Raw value parameter setting response
OKm set MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
* If the requested parameter value is outside the range, the value is adjusted within the range and set.
If this occurs, the resulting notication will be Okm instead of OK.
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
"(string)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: set MTX:Index_1 0 0 -7760
Response: OK set MTX:Index_1 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
(V2.02 or earlier OK set MTX:Index_001 0 0 -7760 "-77.60")
Meaning: Set the parameter assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List to -77.60 using raw values.
Level of a parameter which is assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List was set to "-77.60".
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2-14) Normalized value parameter setting
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Description
setn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/
Xpos/Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
0 0 (value) Normalized value
parameter setting
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List." (*)
* When value is set "1023" (default:1000), control resolution becomes same as "Raw value" command.
See "6.1 Fader parameter " for the "Nomalised value" vs "Raw value" when the value is set "1023"
Response
Response string Description
OK setn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
Normalized value parameter setting response
OKm setn MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
* If the requested parameter value is outside the range, the value is adjusted within the range and set.
If this occurs, the result notication will be OKm instead of OK.
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
"(string)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: setn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 408
Response: OKm setn MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 408 "-20.56"
Meaning: Set the 1ch level of the DCA fader to a normalized value of 408.
The 1ch level of the DCA fader was set to "-20.56".
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Description
setn MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) Normalized value
parameter setting
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."(*)
* When value is set "1023" (default:1000), control resolution becomes same as "Raw value" command.
See "6.1 Fader parameter " for the "Nomalised value" vs "Raw value" when the value is set "1023"
Response
Response string Description
OK setn MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)" Normalized value parameter setting response
OKm setn MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) "(string)"
* If the requested parameter value is outside the range, the value is adjusted within the range and set.
If this occurs, the result notication will be OKm instead of OK.
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(value) = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
"(string)" = See section 3.1, "Basic Command Specications," or section 7, "Parameter List."
Example: Command: setn MTX:Index_1 0 0 408
Response: OK setn MTX:Index_1 0 0 408 "-21.50"
(V2.02 or earlier OK setn MTX:Index_001 0 0 408 "-21.50")
Meaning: Set a parameter assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List to 408 using normalized values.
Level of a parameter which is assigned to index 1 in Remote Control Setup List was set to 408 "-21.50".
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2-15) Relative value parameter setting
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Description
setr MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/
Xpos/Ypos/PrmNo/IndexNo
0 0 "(value)" Relative value set
command.
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
"(value)" = relative value to increase or decrease.
(See "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details )
Note: This command is available only for fader type parameters. See "Remarks" column in section 7 Parameter List for
information regarding which parameters support this command.
The Parameter will be set to a new value which equals the sum of the parameter's original value and the relative value
given by this command.
The parameter value range is 0 - 1023 as shown in the "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details.
For example, when the relative value is set to 64, 16 level steps can be achieved from the remote controller.
(1024/64 = 16)
Response
Response string Description
OK setr MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
Relative value set command response.
OKm setr MTX:mem_MemNo/UniqueId/ElmNo/Xpos/Ypos/
PrmNo/IndexNo 0 0 (value)
* When the sum of current value and relative value is outside of parameter value range (0-1023), a limiting process is
automatically applied.
In such case, "OKm" response will be sent back, instead of normal "OK" response.
Details: MemNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
UniqueId = See section 7, "Parameter List."
ElmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Xpos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
Ypos = See section 7, "Parameter List."
PrmNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
IndexNo = See section 7, "Parameter List."
"(value)" = relative value to increase or decrease.
(See "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details )
Example: Command: setr MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 100
Response: OK setr MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -1900
Meaning: Set DCA-A Fader to+100 step increase.
The level of the DCA-A fader was set to "-19.00"dB.
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MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Description
setr MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 "(value)" Relative value set
command.
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(value) = relative value to increase or decrease.
(See "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details )
Note: This command is available only for fader type parameters. See "Remarks" column in section 7 Parameter List for
information regarding which parameters support this command.
The Parameter will be set to a new value which equals the sum of the parameter's original value and the relative value
given by this command.
The parameter value range is 0 - 1023 as shown in the "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details.
For example, when the relative value is set to 64, 16 level steps can be achieved from the remote controller.
(1024/64 = 16)
Response
Response string Description
OK setr MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value) Normalized value parameter setting response
OKm setr MTX:Index_IndexNo 0 0 (value)
* If the requested parameter value is outside the range, the value is adjusted within the range and set.
If this occurs, the result notication will be OKm instead of OK.
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(value) = relative value to increase or decrease.
(See "Fader Parameter" table in section 6 Parameter Value Details )
Example: Command: setr MTX:Index_1 0 0 100
Response: OK setr MTX:Index_1 0 0 -1900
(V2.02 or earlier OK setr MTX:Index_001 0 0 -1900)
Meaning: Set the parameter assigned to index 1 in Remote Control Setup List to 100 step increase.
Level of the parameter which is assigned to index 1 in Remote Control Setup List was set to "-19.00".
2-16) Scheduler setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Description
set(setn,sett) MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 Scheduler on
0 Scheduler off
* For setn, specify a normalized value; for sett, specify option 4 with a character string.
Response
Response string Description
OK set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 "1" Scheduler enabled response
OK set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 0 "0" Scheduler disabled response
Example: Command: set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1
Response: OK set MTX:EvntScd_On 0 0 1 "1"
Meaning: Enable the scheduler.
The scheduler was enabled.
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3.3.6. Meter control
2-17) Transmission request
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Option 3 Description
mtrstart MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter (interval) Requests that the specied meter data be transmitted.
Details: MemNo = See section 8, "Meter List."
UniqueId = See section 8, "Meter List."
(interval) = Minimum transmission interval (msec)
Response
Response string Description
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter Meter data transmission setting complete
Details: MemNo = See section 8, "Meter List."
UniqueId = See section 8, "Meter List."
Example: Command: mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter 1000
Notication: OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
* The meter value is expressed using a 2-digit hexadecimal.
Meaning: Send the meter data of ch1 to 8 output levels at 1000 msec intervals.
A request for the ch1 to 8 output levels was received, so the data will be transmitted.
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Description
mtrstart MTX:Index_IndexNo level (interval) Requests specied level meter data be
transmitted.
gr Requests specied Gain Reduction meter
data be transmitted.
hold Requests specied Hold meter data be
transmitted.
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
(interval) = Minimum transmission interval (msec)
Response
Response string Description
OK mtrstart MTX:Index_IndexNo level Level meter data transmission setting complete
OK mtrstart MTX:Index_IndexNo gr Gain Reduction meter data transmission setting complete
OK mtrstart MTX:Index_IndexNo hold Hold meter data transmission setting complete
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Example: Command: mtrstart MTX:Index_2 level 1000
Notication: OK mtrstart MTX:Index_2 level
NOTIFY mtr MTX:Index_2 level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
NOTIFY mtr MTX:Index_2 level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
(V2.02 or earlier OK mtrstart MTX:Index_002 level
NOTIFY mtr MTX:Index_002 level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68
NOTIFY mtr MTX:Index_002 level 71 71 71 71 71 71 69 68)
* The meter value is expressed using a 2-digit hexadecimal.
Meaning: Send the meter data of ch1 to 8 which are assigned to Index 1 in Remote Control Setup List using
1000 msec intervals.
A request for Ch1 to 8 which are assigned to Index 1 in Remote control Setup List was received,
data will be transmitted.
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2-18) Stop request
MTX3,MTX5-D,XMV,EXi8,EXo8
Command Option 1 Description
mtrstop MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter Requests that the specied meter data be stopped.
Details: MemNo = See section 8, "Meter List."
UniqueId = See section 8, "Meter List."
Response
Response string Description
OK mtrstop MTX:mtr_MemNo/UniqueId/meter Meter data stop setting complete
Details: MemNo = See section 8, "Meter List."
UniqueId = See section 8, "Meter List."
Example: Command: mtrstop MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter
Notication: OK mtrstop MTX:mtr_512/20020/meter
Meaning: Stop the meter data of ch1 to 8 output levels.
The request to stop the meter data of ch1 to 8 output levels was received.
MRX7-D
Command Option 1 Option 3 Description
mtrstop MTX:Index_IndexNo level Requests that the specied level meter data be stopped
gr Requests that the specied Gain Reduction meter data be
stopped
hold Requests that the specied hold meter data be stopped
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Response
Response string Description
OK mtrstop MTX:Index_IndexNo level Level meter data stop setting complete
OK mtrstop MTX:Index_IndexNo gr Gain Reduction meter data stop setting complete
OK mtrstop MTX:Index_IndexNo hold Hold meter data stop setting complete
Details: IndexNo = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Example: Command: mtrstop MTX:Index_2 level
Notication: OK mtrstop MTX:Index_2 level
(V2.02 or earlier OK mtrstop MTX:Index_002 level)
Meaning: Stop the meter data of ch1 to 8 which are assigned to Index 2 in Remote Control Setup List.
The request to stop the meter data of ch1 to 8 which are assigned to Index 2 in Remote Control
Setup List was received.
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3.3.7. Preset processing
2-19) Preset current number query processing
Command Description
sscurrent Queries the current preset number (index)
Response
Response string Description
OK sscurrent (index) unmodied Current preset number queried
(There is no parameter change after recalling.)
OK sscurrent (index) modied Current preset number queried
(There is a parameter change after recalling.)
Details: (index) = Current preset number
Example: Command: sscurrent
Notication: OK sscurrent 10 unmodied
Meaning: Query the last index number (preset number) that was recalled.
The index number (preset number) is index 10 (preset 10), and no parameter has changed after
recalling.
2-20) Preset recall processing
Command Option 1 Description
ssrecall (index) Recalls the preset at the specied index from the preset list.
Details: (index) = Snapshot (preset) number
Response
Response string Description
OK ssrecall (index) Requested index
Details: (index) = Snapshot (preset) number
Example: Command: ssrecall 1
Notication: OK ssrecall 1
Meaning: Recall the preset at index 1 (preset 1).
The preset at index 1 (preset 1) was recalled.
3.3.8. Snapshot Recall processing
2-21) Snapshot recall processing
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
ssrecall_ex list (index) Recall Snapshot or SnapshotGroup assigned in Remote
Control Setup List.
Details: Index = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Response
Response string Description
OK ssrecall_ex list (index) Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Details: Index = Index number assigned in Remote Control Setup List
Example: Command: ssrecall_ex list 3
Notication: OK ssrecall_ex list 3
Meaning: Recall the Snapshot assigned to index 3 in Remote Control Setup List.
The Snapshot assigned to Index 2 in Remote Control Setup List was recalled.
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3.4. Extended commands
3.4.1. Product information query request
3-1) MTX external control protocol version query
Command Option 1 Description
devinfo protocolver Queries the MTX external control protocol version
Response
Response string Description
OK devinfo protocolver "xxxx" MTX external control protocol version
Details: xxxx = Version
Example: Command: devinfo protocolver
Notication: OK devinfo protocolver "1.0.0"
Meaning: Query the protocol version.
Protocol version = V1.0.0
3-2) Parameter set version query
Command Option 1 Description
devinfo paramsetver Queries the parameter set version
Response
Response string Description
OK devinfo paramsetver "xxxx" Parameter set version
Details: xxxx = Version
Example: Command: devinfo paramsetver
Notication: OK devinfo paramsetver "MTX:1.2.0"
Meaning: Query the parameter set version.
Parameter set version = V1.2.0
3-3) Firmware version query
Command Option 1 Description
devinfo version Queries the rmware version
Response
Response string Description
OK devinfo version "xxxx" Firmware version
Details: xxxx = Version
Example: Command: devinfo version
Notication: OK devinfo version "1.0.0"
Meaning: Query the rmware version.
Firmware version = V1.00
3-4) Product name query
Command Option 1 Description
devinfo productname Queries the product name
Response
Response string Description
OK devinfo productname "xxxx" Product name
Details: xxxx = Product name
Example: Command: devinfo productname
Notication: OK devinfo productname "MTX3"
Meaning: Query the product name.
Product name = "MTX3"
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3-5) Serial number query
Command Option 1 Description
devinfo serialno Queries the serial number
Response
Response string Description
OK devinfo serialno "xxxx" Serial number
Details: xxxx = Serial number
Example: Command: devinfo serialno
Notication: OK devinfo serialno "ZA37640CHNET101001"
Meaning: Query the serial number.
Serial number = "ZA37640CHNET101001"
3-6) Device ID query
Command Option 1 Description
devinfo deviceid Queries the device ID
Response
Response string Description
OK devinfo deviceid "xxxx" Device ID
Details: xxxx = Device ID
* 3-digit hexadecimal
Example: Command: devinfo deviceid
Notication: OK devinfo deviceid "001"
Meaning: Query the device ID.
Device ID = "001"
Note: The device ID corresponds to the UNIT ID.
3-7) Device name query
Command Option 1 Description
devinfo devicename Queries the device name assigned by the user
Response
Response string Description
OK devinfo devicename "xxxx" Device name assigned by the user
Details: xxxx = Device name
Example: Command: devinfo devicename
Notication: OK devinfo devicename "MTX3"
Meaning: Query the device name.
Device name = "MTX3"
Note: The character encoding for the device name conforms to the setting specied by the scpmode encoding command.
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3.4.2. Preset processing request
3-8) Number of Preset lists
Command Description
ssnum Queries the number of preset lists
Response
Response string Description
OK ssnum (num) The number of preset lists
Details: (num) = Quantity
Example: Command: ssnum
Notication: OK ssnum 51
Meaning: Query the number of presets.
The number of presets is 51.
3-9) Nth preset information
Command Option 1 Description
ssinfo (index) Queries the preset information at the specied index in the
preset list.
Response
Response string Description
OK ssinfo (index) "xxxxxx" (attrib) "yyyyyy" "zzzzzz" Preset information at the specied index in the preset list.
Details: (index) = Requested index number
"xxxxxxx" = Text expressing the relevant preset number
(attrib) = Relevant preset attribute
preinst = preinstalled preset
reserve = reserved area
user = user preset available
empty = empty
"yyyyyyy" = = title text of the relevant preset
"zzzzzz" = comment text of the relevant preset.
(reserved for future use. MTX does not currently use comments. "" will be returned.)
Example: Command: ssinfo 10
Notication: OK ssinfo 10 "10" user "Preset 10" ""
Meaning: Query the contents of the preset at index 10 (preset 10).
The preset at index 10 contains
display number = "10"
title = "Preset 10"
comment = ""
and is a stored preset.
Note: The character encoding for preset titles and comments conforms to the setting specied by the scpmode encoding
command.
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3.4.3. Event processing request
3-10) Time synchronization <Old format>
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AbsoluteTime "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" Changes the time
Details: yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AbsoluteTime "caught" Time change complete
Example: Command: event MTX:AbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 11:56:14"
Notication: OK event MTX:AbsoluteTime "caught"
Meaning: Set the time to January 25, 2013, 11 hours 56 minutes 14 seconds.
The time was set.
3-11) Time synchronization <New format>
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" Changes the time
Details: yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "caught" Time change complete
Example: Command: event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "2013/1/25 11:56:14"
Notication: OK event MTX:SetAbsoluteTime "caught"
Meaning: Set the time to January 25, 2013, 11 hours 56 minutes 14 seconds.
The time was set.
3-12) Time query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime "" Time query with absolute time
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime "yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss" Current time info with absolute time
Details: yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
* DST (Daylight Saving Time) is not accounted for.
Example: Command: event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime ""
Notication: OK event MTX:GetAbsoluteTime "2014/1/25 11:56:14"
Meaning: Get current time with absolute time
Current time is January 25 2014, 11 hours 56 minutes 14 seconds
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3-13) DST enable/disable setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable" Set DST enable
"disable" Set DST disable
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable" DST was enabled
OK event MTX:DSTSetEnable "disable" DST was disabled
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable"
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTSetEnable "enable"
Meaning: Set DST enable
DST was enabled
3-14) DST enable/disable query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetEnable "" DST enable/disable query
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetEnable "enable" DST is enable
OK event MTX:DSTGetEnable "disable" DST is disable
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetEnable ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetEnable "enable"
Meaning: Get DST setting
DST is enable
3-15) DST status query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetStatus "" DST status query
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetStatus "on" Working with DST
OK event MTX:DSTGetStatus "off" Not working with DST
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetStatus ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetStatus "on"
Meaning: Get DST working status
Working with DST
3-16) DST offset time setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=hh:mm" Set DST offset
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 2)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
(Up to 2 hours can be set)
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=hh:mm" DST offset was set
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 2)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=1:00"
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTSetOffset "offset=1:00"
Meaning: Set DST offset to 1 hour
DST offset was set to 1 hour
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3-17) DST offset time query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetOffset "" Get DST offset
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetOffset "offset=hh:mm" DST offset
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 2)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetOffset ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetOffset "offset=01:00"
Meaning: Get DST offset
DST offset was set to 1 hour
3-18) DST start time setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=hh:mm" Set DST start time
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=hh:mm" DST start time was set
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=12:00"
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTSetStartTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: Set DST start time to 12:00
DST start time was set to 12:00
3-19) DST start time query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetStartTime "" Get DST start time
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetStartTime "time=hh:mm" DST start time
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetStartTime ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetStartTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: Get DST start time
DST start time is 12:00
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3-20) DST end time setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=hh:mm" Set DST end time
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=hh:mm" DST end time was set
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=12:00"
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTSetEndTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: Set DST end time to 12:00
DST end time was set to 12:00
3-21) DST end time query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetEndTime "" Get DST end time
Response
Response string Description
OK eventMTX:DSTGetEndTime "time=hh:mm" DST end time
Details: hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetEndTime ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetEndTime "time=12:00"
Meaning: Get DST end time
DST end time is 12:00
3-22) DST start/end days setting (day/week)
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|s_month=zzzz|
e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww"
Set DST start/end days by day
and week
Details: xxxx = Start week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
yyyy = Start day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
zzzz = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
uuuu = End week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
vvvv = End day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
wwww = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|
s_month=zzzz|e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww"
DST start/end days by day and week was set
Details: xxxx = Start week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
yyyy = Start day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
zzzz = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
uuuu = End week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
vvvv = End day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
wwww = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|e_weekindex=Last|
e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTSetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|
e_weekindex=Last|e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
Meaning: Set DST start/end days as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
DST start/end days was set as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
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3-23) DST start/end days query (day/week)
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek "" Get DST start/end days by day and week
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek "s_weekindex=xxxx|s_day=yyyy|
s_month=zzzz|e_weekindex=uuuu|e_day=vvvv|e_month=wwww"
DST start/end days by day and week
Details: xxxx = Start week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
yyyy = Start day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
zzzz = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
uuuu = End week (First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Last)
vvvv = End day (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat)
wwww = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetDayWeek "s_weekindex=Last|s_day=Sun|s_month=Mar|
e_weekindex=Last|e_day=Sun|e_month=Oct"
Meaning: Get DST start/end days by day and week
DST start/end days is set as from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October
Note: When DST is set not by "day and week" but by "day", error returns.
3-24) DST start/end days setting (day)
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|e_month=zzzz|
e_date=wwww"
Set DST start/end days by day
Details: xxxx = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
yyyy = Start day (1 ~ 31)
zzzz = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
wwww = End day (1 ~ 31)
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|
e_month=zzzz|e_date=wwww"
DST start/end days by day was set
Details: xxxx = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
yyyy = Start day (1 ~ 31)
zzzz = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
wwww = End day (1 ~ 31)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTSetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
Meaning: Set DST start/end days as from March 10 to November 3
DST start/end days was set as from March 10 to November 3
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3-25) DST start/end days query (day)
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetDay "" Set DST start/end days by day
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetDay "s_month=xxxx|s_date=yyyy|e_month=zzzz|e_date=wwww" DST start/end days by day
Details: xxxx = Start month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
yyyy = Start day (1 ~ 31)
zzzz = End month (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec)
wwww = End day (1 ~ 31)
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetDay ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetDay "s_month=Mar|s_date=10|e_month=Nov|e_day=3"
Meaning: Get DST start/end days by date
DST start/end days is from March 10 to November 3
Note: When DST is set not by "day" but by "day and week", error returns.
3-26) DST start/end days setting query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting "" Get DST start/end days format, "day
and week" or "day"
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting "setting=dayweek" DST start/end days are set by "day and week"
OK event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting "setting=day" DST start/end days are set by "day"
Example: Command: event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting ""
Notication: OK event MTX:DSTGetDaySetting "setting=dayweek"
Meaning: Get DST start/end days format, "day and week" or "day"
DST start/end days were set by "day and week"
3-27) Current folder information query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir "" Queries the current folder information.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
subdirnum=zzzz|lenum=wwww"
Current folder information
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details: xxxx = Directory path (index expression)
0 : Root Folder Number(the root folder number is always xed at 0)
0/nnnn : Root Folder Number/Sub Folder Number
yyyy = Directory name (name of the folder)
zzzz = The number of sub folders in the current directory
wwww = The number of les in the current directory
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir ""
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentDir "dirpath=0|dirname=|subdirnum=4|lenum=2"
Meaning: Query the current folder information.
The current folder contains four directories and two les.
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3. Command Specications
3-28) Current folder move query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "dirpath=0" Moves the current folder(To root folder)
"dirpath=0/nnnn" Moves the current folder(To sub folder)
Details: Directory path (index expression)
0 : Root Folder Number(the root folder number is always xed at 0)
0/nnnn : Root Folder Number/Sub Folder Number
Note: The range of sub folder is "0" to "total number of sub folders -1".
Use "3-27) Current folder information query" to get total number of sub folders
Song les in root folder of SD card and song les in sub folders of root folder are supported. Files placed in "deeper"
folders are not supported.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
subdirnum=zzzz|lenum=wwww"
Current folder information
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details: xxxx = Directory path (index expression)
0 : Root Folder Number(the root folder number is always xed at 0)
0/nnnn : Root Folder Number/Sub Folder Number
yyyy = Directory name (name of the folder)
zzzz = The number of sub folders in the current directory
wwww = The number of les in the current directory
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "dirpath=0/1"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentDir "dirpath=0/1|dirname=songs|subdirnum=0|lenum=3"
Meaning: Make the 0/1 (index expression) directory the current directory.
The 0/1 (index expression) directory was made the current directory. This folder contains no sub
directories and three les.
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always xed at 0).
3-29) Folder name query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "dirindex=xxxx" Folder name query
Details: xxxx = Folder index number
Note: The range of index numbers is "0" to "total number of sub folders - 1".
Use "3-27) Current folder information query" or "3-28) Current folder move query" to get total number of sub folders.
This command is valid only when current folder is “route”, otherwise (when current folder is sub folder) error will return.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "dirname=xxxx" Folder name
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details: xxxx = Folder name
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "dirindex=1"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirName "dirname=songs"
Meaning: Query the directory name of folder index number 1 (index expression).
The directory name is "songs".
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3-30) File name query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "leindex=xxxx" File name query
Details: xxxx = File index number
Note: The range of index numbers is "0" to "total number of les - 1".
Use "3-27) Current folder information query" or "3-28) Current folder move query" to get total number of les.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "lename=xxxx" File name
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details: xxxx = File name
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "leindex=1"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileName "lename=xxxx.mp3"
Meaning: Query the le name of le index number 1 (index expression).
The le name is "xxxx.mp3".
3-31) Folder name list query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "dirindex=XXXX-xxxx" Folder name list: Multiple folder name
query
Details: XXXX = the rst index number of desired range for list (index expression)
xxxx = the last index number of desired range for list (index expression)
→ Cannot be set to a value greater than the number of folders.
→ The rst number cannot be greater than the last number.
→ By changing the rst and last numbers, you can query the list of folder names in that range.
Note: "XXXX" should be 0 or greater.
"xxxx" should be smaller total number of sub folders - 1 or smaller.
Use "3-27) Current folder information query" or "3-28) Current folder move query" to get total number of sub folders.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "dirindex=XXXX-xxxx|dirname0=yyyy| ... " Folder name list
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details: XXXX = the rst index number of desired range for list (index expression)
xxxx = the last index number of desired range for list (index expression)
yyyy = Directory names
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "dirindex=0-1"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetDirNameList "dirindex=0-1|dirname0=Folder #1|dirname1=Folder #2"
Meaning: Query the directory names of folder list number 0 and 1 (index expression).
The directory name of folder list number 0 is "Folder #1", and that of folder list number 1 is "Folder #2".
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3. Command Specications
3-32) File name list query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "leindex=XXXX-xxxx" Folder name list: Multiple le name
query
Details: XXXX = the rst index number of desired range for list (index expression)
xxxx = the last index number of desired range for list (index expression)
→ Cannot be set to a value greater than the number of les.
→ The rst number cannot be greater than the last number.
→ By changing the rst and last numbers, you can query the list of le names in that range.
Note: "XXXX" should be 0 or greater.
"xxxx" should be smaller total number of sub folders - 1 or smaller.
Use "3-27) Current folder information query" or "3-28) Current folder move query" to get total number of les.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "leindex=XXXX-xxxx|lename0=yyyy| ... " File name list
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details: XXXX = the rst index number of desired range for list (index expression)
xxxx = the last index number of desired range for list (index expression)
yyyy= File names
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "leindex=0-1"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetFileNameList "leindex=0-1|lename0=xxxx.mp3|lename1=xxxx2.mp3"
Meaning: Query the le names of le list number 0 and 1 (index expression).
The le name of le list number 0 is "xxxx.mp3", and that of le list number 1 is "xxxx2.mp3".
3-33) Song play mode query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "" Queries the play mode
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=one" One song play mode
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=repeat one" One song repeat
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=all" All song play
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=repeat all" All songs repeat
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=shufe" Shufe repeat
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode ""
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetPlayMode "playmode=one"
Meaning: Query the play mode.
The play mode is set to one song play mode.
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3. Command Specications
3-34) Song play mode setting
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one" One song play mode
"playmode=repeat one" One song repeat
"playmode=all" All song play
"playmode=repeat all" All songs repeat
"playmode=shufe" Shufe repeat
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one" One song play mode
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=repeat one" One song repeat
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=all" All song play
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=repeat all" All songs repeat
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=shufe" Shufe repeat
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetPlayMode "playmode=one"
Meaning: Set the play mode to one song play mode.
The play mode was set to one song play mode.
3-35) Song playback status query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "" Song playback status query
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=stop" Stop
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=play" Play
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=pause" Pause
OKm event OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus ""
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetStatus "status=stop"
Meaning: Query the song playback status.
Stopped
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3. Command Specications
3-36) Play, stop, and other transport operation
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop" Stop
"operation=play" Play
"operation=pause" Pause
"operation=prev" Beginning of the previous song
"operation=next" Next song
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop" Stop
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=play" Play
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=pause" Pause
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=prev" Beginning of the previous song
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=next" Next song
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "song is not set up" The playback song is not specied.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted or the playback song is not specied.
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerTransport "operation=stop"
Meaning: Stop playback.
Playback was stopped.
3-37) Currently playing or selected song information query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong "" Queries the currently playing or
selected song information
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
leindex=zzzz|lename=wwww"
Currently playing or selected song
information
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong "song is not set up" The playback song is not specied.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted or the playback song is not specied.
Details: xxxx = Directory path (index expression)
0 : Root Folder Number(the root folder number is always xed at 0)
0/nnnn : Root Folder Number/Sub Folder Number
yyyy = Directory name (name of the folder)
zzzz = File index number
wwww = File name
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerGetCurrentSong ""
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=0/1|dirname=Folder #1|leindex=2|
lename=xxxx.mp3"
Meaning: Query the information of the song currently being played.
The song that is being played is index number 2 "xxxx.mp3" in the "Folder #1" folder of directory
path 0/1 (index expression).
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always xed at 0).
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3-38) Playback song designation
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=xxxx|leindex=yyyy" Playback song designation
Details: xxxx= Directory path (index expression)
0 : Root Folder Number(the root folder number is always xed at 0)
0/nnnn : Root Folder Number/Sub Folder Number
yyyy= File index number
Note: The range of sub folder numbers is "0" to "total number of sub folders - 1".
The range of le numbers is "0" to "total number of les - 1".
Use "3-27) Current folder information query" or "3-28) Current folder move query" to get total number of sub folders
and les.
Song les in root folder of SD card and song les in sub folders in root folder are supported. Files placed in "deeper"
folder can't be supported.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=xxxx|dirname=yyyy|
leindex=zzzz|lename=wwww"
The specied song that will be played
OKm event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "sdcard is not inserted" There is no SD memory card inserted.
* OKm is returned if there is no SD memory card inserted.
Details: xxxx = Directory path (index expression)
0 : Root Folder Number(the root folder number is always xed at 0)
0/nnnn : Root Folder Number/Sub Folder Number
yyyy = Directory name (name of the folder)
zzzz = File index number
wwww = File name
Example: Command: event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=0/1|leindex=2"
Notication: OK event MTX:AudioPlayerSetCurrentSong "dirpath=0/1|dirname=Folder #1|leindex=2|
lename=xxxx.mp3"
Meaning: Play the le at le index number 2 in the directory path 0/1 folder (index expression).
The playback song was set to le index number 2 "xxxx.mp3" in "Folder #1" folder of directry path
0/1 (index expression).
* "0/1" expresses the root folder number/sub folder number (the root folder number is always xed at 0).
3-39) MTX Editor synchronization processing query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus "" MTX Editor synchronization
processing query
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus "active" In the process of synchronizing
OK event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus "inactive" Not in the process of synchronizing
Example: Command: event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus ""
Notication: OK event MTX:SynchronizationGetStatus "inactive"
Meaning: Query the synchronization status between the MTX and MTX Editor.
Not in the process of synchronizing
Note: The character encoding for directory and le names conforms to the setting specied by the scpmode encoding
command.
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3. Command Specications
3-40) Number of alert event log query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber "" Number of event log query
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber "lognum=xxxx" Number of event log
Details: xxxx= number of event log
Example: Command: event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber ""
Notication: OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogNumber "lognum=6"
Meaning: Query the number of event logs
Number of event log is 6
3-41) Alert event log query
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:EventLogGetLog "logindex=xxxx" Event log query
Details: xxxx= Index number of event log
Note: The range of index numbers is "0" to "total number of event logs - 1".
Use "3-40) Number of alert event log query" to get total number of event logs.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLog "logxxxx=(AlertData)" Event log
Details: xxxx= Index number of event log
(AlertData)= "t/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
First 3 letter describes type of event ( i.e. t = fault, err = error, wrn = warning)
message = Alert message string - Maximum 32 letter (ascii character)
nnn = Alert number (same as number displayed on front panel of device)
- 2 or 3 digit hexadecimal.
onf = alert ON/OFF
Event of status change (e.g. wordclock unlock) sends ON when the remarkable
event starts, sends OFF when the event ends.
Momentary event (e.g. SD card player error) sends only ON when it happens.
sssss = counter of alarm ( Count up same Alert, normally as 1) as decimal counter.
xxx = UNIT ID as 3 degit hexadecimal.
yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
Example: Command: event MTX:EventLogGetLog "logindex=2"
Notication: OK event MTX:EventLogGetLog "log2=err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1) ID-001
2013/1/22 11:38:23"
Meaning: Query of event log at index number 2.
Event log of index no.2 is error alert no. 53.
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3. Command Specications
3-42) Query for alert event log as list
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:EventLogGetLogList "logindex=xxxx-xxxx" Query for event log list
Details: xxxx-xxxx= First index number - Last index number
Note: The range of index numbers is "0" to "total number of event logs - 1".
Use "3-40) Number of alert event log query" to get total number of event logs.
Remark: Do not allow exceed number of event log.
First index number should be less than Last index number.
One message can query up to 10 logs.
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogList "logindex=x-x|log0=(AlertData)|log1=(AlertData)|…" Query for event log as list
Details: xxxx-xxxx= First index number - Last index number
(AlertData)= "t/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"err/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
"wrn/message// xnnn onf (sssss) ID-xxx yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss"
First 3 letter describes type of event
message = Alert message string - Maximum 32 letter (ascii character)
nnn = Alert number (same as number displayed on front panel of device)
- 2 or 3 digit hexadecimal.
onf = alert ON/OFF
Event of status change (e.g. wordclock unlock) sends ON when the remarkable
event starts, sends OFF when the event ends.
Momentary event (e.g. SD card player error) sends only ON when it happens.
sssss = counter of alarm ( Count up same Alert, normally as 1) as decimal counter.
xxx = UNIT ID as 3 degit hexadecimal.
yyyy = Year (Gregorian)
mm = Month (1 to 12)
dd = Day (1 to 31)
hh = Hour (0 to 23)
mm = Minute (0 to 59)
ss = Second (0 to 59)
Example: command: event MTX:EventLogGetLogList "logindex=0-5"
Notication: OK event MTX:EventLogGetLogList logindex=0-5|log0=err/DCP[0] communication error// x53 on (1)
ID-001 2013/1/22 11:38:23|log1=t/System error// x01 on ….
Meanings: Query for list of event log of index number 0 to 5.
Alert of index number 0 to 5 is, index number 0, error alert no.53/ index number 1, error alert ….
3-43) Clear alert event log
Command Option 1 Option 2 Description
event MTX:EventLogClear "" Clear event log
Response
Response string Description
OK event MTX:EventLogClear "lognum=0" Number of cleared event log
Example: Command: event MTX:EventLogClear ""
Notication: OK event MTX:EventLogClear "lognum=0"
Meaning: Clear event log
Cleared event log
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3. Command Specications
3.5. Command Errors
3.5.1. Command Error Notications
Error notication that indicates errors in commands.
If an error is found when the command is sent, this notication is returned instead of the normal successful notication.
[Notication syntax] ERROR <command name> <error code>
Command name Alphanumeric Name of the command that caused the error
Error code Alphanumeric Error description
* See the error codes below.
Error code
Error code Description
UnknownCommand Ignored because it was an unknown command.
WrongFormat Ignored because the command parameter format was wrong and could not be interpreted.
Examples: The number of parameters is wrong.
The parameter syntax is wrong.
InvalidArgument Ignored because the command parameter content was outside the appropriate range and
could not be interpreted.
Examples: The parameter value is outside the range.
The parameter syntax does not comply with the specications.
The letter case of the parameter is wrong.
UnknownAddress Ignored because the specied address does not exist.
UnknownEventID Ignored because the specied event ID does not exist.
TooLongCommand Could not be interpreted because the command was too long.
AccessDenied Procedure rejected because the peer device is not in an normal running state.
Examples: Rejected because an ssrecall command was received in emergency run
mode.
Busy The device is busy processing; it can’t receive commands.
ReadOnly Ignored because an attempt was made to set a parameter at a read-only address.
NoPermission Ignored because you do not have access permission.
InternalError An internal error may have occurred.
Examples: Failed to process the command.
Attempted to query or change the value of a parameter that does not exist
in the device.
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4. Command Sequence
Below are examples of how to process remote control.
When viewed from the controller, the following major phases exist in order to perform remote control.
Start procedure
Communication start
Wait for the device to start (devstatus)
Detects the operation
of controls by the user.
• Operation of a parameter control
• Operation of a Snapshot or Preset
• set
• setn
• sett
• setr
• ssrecall, etc.
Send request commands
depending on the
operation.
Initial setting
MTX external control protocol setting
(scpmode)
Parameter syncing (get, set, etc.)
Normal procedure
Detect operation of controls.
Receive communication from the
device.
Information query trigger
caused by user operation
• Preset list display
• device information display
• sscurrent
• ssnum
• ssinfo
• devinfo, etc.
Send request commands
depending on the
necessary information.
Meter display is necessary. • mtrstart
Request periodically.
• OK
• OKm
• NOTIFY
Control or display
• Position change
• Display change
For various events
• Parameter syncing
• Event processing
Apply changes depending on the
notification.
Normal procedure details
The controller designer needs to design and implement the blue items in the above gure.
The detailed sequences of various procedures are provided below.
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4. Command Sequence
4.1. Communication start sequence
The amount of time for the controller and the controlled device to start is different.
Remote control is an act of controlling the controlled device from the controller, so the controller must wait for the controlled device to
become ready.
The controller needs to wait using the sequence below.
1. If an Ethernet connection is required, the remote controller needs to establish a logical session, with the MTX device(s) based
on IP address(es) and port number.
(This is not necessary for a connection that only needs to be connected physically, as in RS-232C.)
2. After the session is established, the controller sends devstatus commands at 1 second or longer intervals.
3. If "OK devstatus runmode" is returned, the controller should check the information.
4. If the controller determines that the controlled device is in normal running mode, the controller can start sending command
strings to change parameter value and preset etc. If the controlled device is not in normal running mode, the controller continues
trying.
Note: In order to establish remote control communication, the external controller must send [devstatus runmode] command to the
device and await response. When the device responds as [OK devstatus runmode "normal"], the device is ready to receive
commands.
Remote controller
Establish communication path to
controlled device.
* If the communication path is
already established, the
controller sends devstatus
runmode at 1 second or longer
intervals until a result
notification is returned.
The controller checks the run
mode included in the result
notifications to see if the
device is ready to start remote
control communication.
The device may also actively
send change notifications, so
the controller must monitor
both result and change
notifications.
Controlled device
Connection detected.
Time
devstatus runmode
devstatus runmode
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
devstatus runmode
devstatus runmode
........
1 second or longer intervals
1 second or longer intervals
The reason for using such a sequence is provided below.
Example when the controller starts earlier than the controlled device
devstatus runmode
devstatus runmode
devstatus runmode
Remote controller
Normally running
Connection unknown
Waiting to start
Controlled device
Connection detection
Connected physically
........
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Device starting
Device normal running
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4. Command Sequence
Example when the controlled device starts earlier than the controller
OK devstatus runmode "normal"
Remote controller
Starting Device starting
Connection unknown
* With the first devstatus runmode
request, a result notification is
returned.
Controlled device
Connection detection
Connected physically
Device normal running
devstatus runmode
Controller can recognize that Controlled device is ready to receive commands when there is response for "devstatus runmode" command.
In case of Ethernet connection, Ethernet logical session (e.g. port open) should be established before sending "devstatus runmode".
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4. Command Sequence
4.2. Parameter sync sequence
Immediately after communication starts, the controller does not know anything about the most recent status of the controlled device.
Therefore, the controller must query all parameters that it plans to handle.
This also applies for when preset recall is executed, because the controller does not know how the device has changed.
Querying the most recent status of the controlled device or when a snapshot recall occurs
Remote controller Controlled device
Synced Synced
OK get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
Normally running
Connection detection
Normally running
Communication possible
Apply
OK get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
Apply
OK get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
* Repeat get for all the necessary parameters.
get MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
Apply
......
Example 1: Query the DCA fader value.
get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0
Query the 1ch level of the DCA fader with raw values.
OK get MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
The 1ch level of the DCA fader is -77.60.
Example 2: Set the DCA fader value.
set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
Set the 1ch level of the DCA fader to a raw value of -77.60.
OK set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
The 1ch level of the DCA fader was set to "-77.60".
Executing this sequence synchronizes the status with the controlled device.
However, if the controller receives a change notication from the controlled device during this query sequence, the controller needs to
query again.
Note that, as with a GPI controller made by user, if you want to apply the physical positions of the controller to the device, there is no
need to execute the above sequence.
If you want to apply the physical positions of the controller to the device immediately after a connection is established, without any user
interaction, simply use set commands to do so.
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4. Command Sequence
Applying the most recent status of the controller to the device
Remote controller Controlled device
Synced Synced
OK set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760 "-77.60"
set MTX:mem_512/60000/0/0/0/0/0 0 0 -7760
Normally running
Connection detection
Normally running
Communication possible
Apply
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX "XXXX"
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX
Apply
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX "XXXX"
* Repeat get for all the necessary parameters.
OK set MTX:mem_XXX/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X XXXX
Apply
......
Depending on the controller specications, the above two sequences may be used in combination.
Example: The GPI fader uses the status of the controller, but other parameters use the status of the controlled device.
4.3. Parameter query sequence at any given time
LEDs and displays on the GUI
Indications are updated on the basis of the result notications returned after the processing of the set commands.
Alternatively, send an explicit get request and apply the result to the indications, as shown below.
Remote controller Controlled device
OK get MTX:mem_512/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
get MTX:mem_512/XXXXX/X/X/X/X/X X X
An event occurs that
calls for a value to be queried
One example of using this sequence would
be for refreshing the UI after boot-up or after
changing tabs.
Apply
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4. Command Sequence
4.4. Meter data request/query sequence
The controller requests meter data by specifying the meter data address and the minimum transmission interval.
The meter transmission stops after 10 seconds. To continue receiving data, make another request before the 10 seconds pass.
Remote controller Controlled device
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level
mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level 1000
OutputLevelMeter
request
Request periodically
at 10 seconds or
shorter intervals
OK mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level
mtrstart MTX:mtr_512/20020/level 1000
OutputLevelMeter
request
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/level level 71 71 ...
Apply
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/level level 70 70 ...
Apply
NOTIFY mtr MTX:mtr_512/20020/level level 69 69 ...
Apply
Start measuring
10 seconds
Start measuring
10 seconds
1000 ms or longer
intervals
1000 ms or longer
intervals
............
* Transmission for 10 seconds after a request
If another request is received, restart measuring the time.
4.5. Preset recall request sequence
Upon receiving a result notication in response to a Preset Recall request, you need to execute the parameter sync sequence.
Remote controller Controlled device
OK ssrecall 10
ssrecall 10
Remote control
To the parameter
sync sequence
In addition, if a Preset recall occurs internally in the controlled device (e.g. by front panel button press) or when such a request is
received from another controller, the controller receives a change notication that indicates that all parameters have changed (see the
next section). If this occurs, the controller needs to execute the parameter sync sequence.
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4. Command Sequence
4.6. Sequence when parameters are changed by another controller
If the controller sends a parameter set request, a change notication is returned immediately.
However, if parameters change internally in the controlled device (this includes changes in parameters that occur as a result of a
controller operation on another parameter) or due to a request from another controller, a parameter change notication is received, as
shown below.
The controller receiving a parameter change notication updates its own status if necessary.
Remote controller Controlled device
NOTIFY ...
Apply parameter changes
or proceed to the
parameter sync sequence
Recall operation or
parameter change
by the controlled device
or another controller
Sampled
parameter
changes
The way in which parameter change notications are sent varies depending on the value notication mode specied in the MTX external
control protocol mode.
Advice for choosing normalized/raw value mode.
If you want to handle a value with a given range, such as in an MIDI controller,
Set the value notication mode to normalized value notication mode, and specify the required resolution.
Use setn/getn to perform processing from the controller.
Apply changes to the controller according to NOTIFY setn.
Conversely, for a highly functional PC application where you want to use all the internal parameters,
Set the MTX external control protocol mode to raw value mode.
Use set/get to perform processing from the controller.
Apply changes to the controller according to NOTIFY set.
Use setn/getn for certain parameters when necessary.
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5. Meter Value
Level Meter, Hold Meter, GR Meter
Value Data Value Data Value Data Value Data
00 -126dBFS or less 20 -94dBFS 40 -62dBFS 60 -30dBFS
01 -125dBFS 21 -93dBFS 41 -61dBFS 61 -29dBFS
02 -124dBFS 22 -92dBFS 42 -60dBFS 62 -28dBFS
03 -123dBFS 23 -91dBFS 43 -59dBFS 63 -27dBFS
04 -122dBFS 24 -90dBFS 44 -58dBFS 66 -26dBFS
05 -121dBFS 25 -89dBFS 45 -57dBFS 65 -25dBFS
06 -120dBFS 26 -88dBFS 46 -56dBFS 66 -24dBFS
07 -119dBFS 27 -87dBFS 47 -55dBFS 67 -23dBFS
08 -118dBFS 28 -86dBFS 48 -54dBFS 68 -22dBFS
09 -117dBFS 29 -85dBFS 49 -53dBFS 69 -21dBFS
0A -116dBFS 2A -84dBFS 4A -52dBFS 6A -20dBFS
0B -115dBFS 2B -83dBFS 4B -51dBFS 6B -19dBFS
0C -114dBFS 2C -82dBFS 4C -50dBFS 6C -18dBFS
0D -113dBFS 2D -81dBFS 4D -49dBFS 6D -17dBFS
0E -112dBFS 2E -80dBFS 4E -48dBFS 6E -16dBFS
0F -111dBFS 2F -79dBFS 4F -47dBFS 6F -15dBFS
10 -110dBFS 30 -78dBFS 50 -46dBFS 70 -14dBFS
11 -109dBFS 31 -77dBFS 51 -45dBFS 71 -13dBFS
12 -108dBFS 32 -76dBFS 52 -44dBFS 72 -12dBFS
13 -107dBFS 33 -75dBFS 55 -43dBFS 77 -11dBFS
14 -106dBFS 34 -74dBFS 54 -42dBFS 74 -10dBFS
15 -105dBFS 35 -73dBFS 55 -41dBFS 77 -9dBFS
16 -104dBFS 36 -72dBFS 56 -40dBFS 76 -8dBFS
17 -103dBFS 37 -71dBFS 57 -39dBFS 77 -7dBFS
18 -102dBFS 38 -70dBFS 58 -38dBFS 78 -6dBFS
19 -101dBFS 39 -69dBFS 59 -37dBFS 79 -5dBFS
1A -100dBFS 3A -68dBFS 5A -36dBFS 7A -4dBFS
1B -99dBFS 3B -67dBFS 5B -35dBFS 7B -3dBFS
1C -98dBFS 3C -66dBFS 5C -34dBFS 7C -2dBFS
1D -97dBFS 3D -65dBFS 5D -33dBFS 7D -1dBFS
1E -96dBFS 3E -64dBFS 5E -32dBFS 7E 0dBFS
1F -95dBFS 3F -63dBFS 5F -31dBFS 7F OVER
NOTE: A device may not be able to send all the values depending on how precise the device processes values internally.
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.1. Fader parameter
6.1.1. Fader with "-Innity to 0dB" range
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
0 -InfdB 64 -87.50dB 128 -69.00dB 192 -56.20dB 256 -46.70dB 320 -40.30dB 384 -33.90dB 448 -28.75dB
1 -138.00dB 65 -87.00dB 129 -68.80dB 193 -56.00dB 257 -46.60dB 321 -40.20dB 385 -33.80dB 449 -28.70dB
2 -136.00dB 66 -86.50dB 130 -68.60dB 194 -55.80dB 258 -46.50dB 322 -40.10dB 386 -33.70dB 450 -28.65dB
3 -134.00dB 67 -86.00dB 131 -68.40dB 195 -55.60dB 259 -46.40dB 323 -40.00dB 387 -33.60dB 451 -28.60dB
4 -133.00dB 68 -85.50dB 132 -68.20dB 196 -55.40dB 260 -46.30dB 324 -39.90dB 388 -33.50dB 452 -28.55dB
5 -132.00dB 69 -85.00dB 133 -68.00dB 197 -55.20dB 261 -46.20dB 325 -39.80dB 389 -33.40dB 453 -28.50dB
6 -131.00dB 70 -84.50dB 134 -67.80dB 198 -55.00dB 262 -46.10dB 326 -39.70dB 390 -33.30dB 454 -28.45dB
7 -130.00dB 71 -84.00dB 135 -67.60dB 199 -54.80dB 263 -46.00dB 327 -39.60dB 391 -33.20dB 455 -28.40dB
8 -129.00dB 72 -83.50dB 136 -67.40dB 200 -54.60dB 264 -45.90dB 328 -39.50dB 392 -33.10dB 456 -28.35dB
9-128.00dB 73 -83.00dB 137 -67.20dB 201 -54.40dB 265 -45.80dB 329 -39.40dB 393 -33.00dB 457 -28.30dB
10 -127.00dB 74 -82.50dB 138 -67.00dB 202 -54.20dB 266 -45.70dB 330 -39.30dB 394 -32.90dB 458 -28.25dB
11 -126.00dB 75 -82.00dB 139 -66.80dB 203 -54.00dB 267 -45.60dB 331 -39.20dB 395 -32.80dB 459 -28.20dB
12 -125.00dB 76 -81.50dB 140 -66.60dB 204 -53.80dB 268 -45.50dB 332 -39.10dB 396 -32.70dB 460 -28.15dB
13 -124.00dB 77 -81.00dB 141 -66.40dB 205 -53.60dB 269 -45.40dB 333 -39.00dB 397 -32.60dB 461 -28.10dB
14 -123.00dB 78 -80.50dB 142 -66.20dB 206 -53.40dB 270 -45.30dB 334 -38.90dB 398 -32.50dB 462 -28.05dB
15 -122.00dB 79 -80.00dB 143 -66.00dB 207 -53.20dB 271 -45.20dB 335 -38.80dB 399 -32.40dB 463 -28.00dB
16 -121.00dB 80 -79.50dB 144 -65.80dB 208 -53.00dB 272 -45.10dB 336 -38.70dB 400 -32.30dB 464 -27.95dB
17 -120.00dB 81 -79.00dB 145 -65.60dB 209 -52.80dB 273 -45.00dB 337 -38.60dB 401 -32.20dB 465 -27.90dB
18 -119.00dB 82 -78.50dB 146 -65.40dB 210 -52.60dB 274 -44.90dB 338 -38.50dB 402 -32.10dB 466 -27.85dB
19 -118.00dB 83 -78.00dB 147 -65.20dB 211 -52.40dB 275 -44.80dB 339 -38.40dB 403 -32.00dB 467 -27.80dB
20 -117.00dB 84 -77.80dB 148 -65.00dB 212 -52.20dB 276 -44.70dB 340 -38.30dB 404 -31.90dB 468 -27.75dB
21 -116.00dB 85 -77.60dB 149 -64.80dB 213 -52.00dB 277 -44.60dB 341 -38.20dB 405 -31.80dB 469 -27.70dB
22 -115.00dB 86 -77.40dB 150 -64.60dB 214 -51.80dB 278 -44.50dB 342 -38.10dB 406 -31.70dB 470 -27.65dB
23 -114.00dB 87 -77.20dB 151 -64.40dB 215 -51.60dB 279 -44.40dB 343 -38.00dB 407 -31.60dB 471 -27.60dB
24 -113.00dB 88 -77.00dB 152 -64.20dB 216 -51.40dB 280 -44.30dB 344 -37.90dB 408 -31.50dB 472 -27.55dB
25 -112.00dB 89 -76.80dB 153 -64.00dB 217 -51.20dB 281 -44.20dB 345 -37.80dB 409 -31.40dB 473 -27.50dB
26 -111.00dB 90 -76.60dB 154 -63.80dB 218 -51.00dB 282 -44.10dB 346 -37.70dB 410 -31.30dB 474 -27.45dB
27 -110.00dB 91 -76.40dB 155 -63.60dB 219 -50.80dB 283 -44.00dB 347 -37.60dB 411 -31.20dB 475 -27.40dB
28 -109.00dB 92 -76.20dB 156 -63.40dB 220 -50.60dB 284 -43.90dB 348 -37.50dB 412 -31.10dB 476 -27.35dB
29 -108.00dB 93 -76.00dB 157 -63.20dB 221 -50.40dB 285 -43.80dB 349 -37.40dB 413 -31.00dB 477 -27.30dB
30 -107.00dB 94 -75.80dB 158 -63.00dB 222 -50.20dB 286 -43.70dB 350 -37.30dB 414 -30.90dB 478 -27.25dB
31 -106.00dB 95 -75.60dB 159 -62.80dB 223 -50.00dB 287 -43.60dB 351 -37.20dB 415 -30.80dB 479 -27.20dB
32 -105.00dB 96 -75.40dB 160 -62.60dB 224 -49.90dB 288 -43.50dB 352 -37.10dB 416 -30.70dB 480 -27.15dB
33 -104.00dB 97 -75.20dB 161 -62.40dB 225 -49.80dB 289 -43.40dB 353 -37.00dB 417 -30.60dB 481 -27.10dB
34 -103.00dB 98 -75.00dB 162 -62.20dB 226 -49.70dB 290 -43.30dB 354 -36.90dB 418 -30.50dB 482 -27.05dB
35 -102.00dB 99 -74.80dB 163 -62.00dB 227 -49.60dB 291 -43.20dB 355 -36.80dB 419 -30.40dB 483 -27.00dB
36 -101.50dB 100 -74.60dB 164 -61.80dB 228 -49.50dB 292 -43.10dB 356 -36.70dB 420 -30.30dB 484 -26.95dB
37 -101.00dB 101 -74.40dB 165 -61.60dB 229 -49.40dB 293 -43.00dB 357 -36.60dB 421 -30.20dB 485 -26.90dB
38 -100.50dB 102 -74.20dB 166 -61.40dB 230 -49.30dB 294 -42.90dB 358 -36.50dB 422 -30.10dB 486 -26.85dB
39 -100.00dB 103 -74.00dB 167 -61.20dB 231 -49.20dB 295 -42.80dB 359 -36.40dB 423 -30.00dB 487 -26.80dB
40 -99.50dB 104 -73.80dB 168 -61.00dB 232 -49.10dB 296 -42.70dB 360 -36.30dB 424 -29.95dB 488 -26.75dB
41 -99.00dB 105 -73.60dB 169 -60.80dB 233 -49.00dB 297 -42.60dB 361 -36.20dB 425 -29.90dB 489 -26.70dB
42 -98.50dB 106 -73.40dB 170 -60.60dB 234 -48.90dB 298 -42.50dB 362 -36.10dB 426 -29.85dB 490 -26.65dB
43 -98.00dB 107 -73.20dB 171 -60.40dB 235 -48.80dB 299 -42.40dB 363 -36.00dB 427 -29.80dB 491 -26.60dB
44 -97.50dB 108 -73.00dB 172 -60.20dB 236 -48.70dB 300 -42.30dB 364 -35.90dB 428 -29.75dB 492 -26.55dB
45 -97.00dB 109 -72.80dB 173 -60.00dB 237 -48.60dB 301 -42.20dB 365 -35.80dB 429 -29.70dB 493 -26.50dB
46 -96.50dB 110 -72.60dB 174 -59.80dB 238 -48.50dB 302 -42.10dB 366 -35.70dB 430 -29.65dB 494 -26.45dB
47 -96.00dB 111 -72.40dB 175 -59.60dB 239 -48.40dB 303 -42.00dB 367 -35.60dB 431 -29.60dB 495 -26.40dB
48 -95.50dB 112 -72.20dB 176 -59.40dB 240 -48.30dB 304 -41.90dB 368 -35.50dB 432 -29.55dB 496 -26.35dB
49 -95.00dB 113 -72.00dB 177 -59.20dB 241 -48.20dB 305 -41.80dB 369 -35.40dB 433 -29.50dB 497 -26.30dB
50 -94.50dB 114 -71.80dB 178 -59.00dB 242 -48.10dB 306 -41.70dB 370 -35.30dB 434 -29.45dB 498 -26.25dB
51 -94.00dB 115 -71.60dB 179 -58.80dB 243 -48.00dB 307 -41.60dB 371 -35.20dB 435 -29.40dB 499 -26.20dB
52 -93.50dB 116 -71.40dB 180 -58.60dB 244 -47.90dB 308 -41.50dB 372 -35.10dB 436 -29.35dB 500 -26.15dB
53 -93.00dB 117 -71.20dB 181 -58.40dB 245 -47.80dB 309 -41.40dB 373 -35.00dB 437 -29.30dB 501 -26.10dB
54 -92.50dB 118 -71.00dB 182 -58.20dB 246 -47.70dB 310 -41.30dB 374 -34.90dB 438 -29.25dB 502 -26.05dB
55 -92.00dB 119 -70.80dB 183 -58.00dB 247 -47.60dB 311 -41.20dB 375 -34.80dB 439 -29.20dB 503 -26.00dB
56 -91.50dB 120 -70.60dB 184 -57.80dB 248 -47.50dB 312 -41.10dB 376 -34.70dB 440 -29.15dB 504 -25.95dB
57 -91.00dB 121 -70.40dB 185 -57.60dB 249 -47.40dB 313 -41.00dB 377 -34.60dB 441 -29.10dB 505 -25.90dB
58 -90.50dB 122 -70.20dB 186 -57.40dB 250 -47.30dB 314 -40.90dB 378 -34.50dB 442 -29.05dB 506 -25.85dB
59 -90.00dB 123 -70.00dB 187 -57.20dB 251 -47.20dB 315 -40.80dB 379 -34.40dB 443 -29.00dB 507 -25.80dB
60 -89.50dB 124 -69.80dB 188 -57.00dB 252 -47.10dB 316 -40.70dB 380 -34.30dB 444 -28.95dB 508 -25.75dB
61 -89.00dB 125 -69.60dB 189 -56.80dB 253 -47.00dB 317 -40.60dB 381 -34.20dB 445 -28.90dB 509 -25.70dB
62 -88.50dB 126 -69.40dB 190 -56.60dB 254 -46.90dB 318 -40.50dB 382 -34.10dB 446 -28.85dB 510 -25.65dB
63 -88.00dB 127 -69.20dB 191 -56.40dB 255 -46.80dB 319 -40.40dB 383 -34.00dB 447 -28.80dB 511 -25.60dB
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6. Parameter Value Details
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
512 -25.55dB 576 -22.35dB 640 -19.15dB 704 -15.95dB 768 -12.75dB 832 -9.55dB 896 -6.35dB 960 -3.15dB
513 -25.50dB 577 -22.30dB 641 -19.10dB 705 -15.90dB 769 -12.70dB 833 -9.50dB 897 -6.30dB 961 -3.10dB
514 -25.45dB 578 -22.25dB 642 -19.05dB 706 -15.85dB 770 -12.65dB 834 -9.45dB 898 -6.25dB 962 -3.05dB
515 -25.40dB 579 -22.20dB 643 -19.00dB 707 -15.80dB 771 -12.60dB 835 -9.40dB 899 -6.20dB 963 -3.00dB
516 -25.35dB 580 -22.15dB 644 -18.95dB 708 -15.75dB 772 -12.55dB 836 -9.35dB 900 -6.15dB 964 -2.95dB
517 -25.30dB 581 -22.10dB 645 -18.90dB 709 -15.70dB 773 -12.50dB 837 -9.30dB 901 -6.10dB 965 -2.90dB
518 -25.25dB 582 -22.05dB 646 -18.85dB 710 -15.65dB 774 -12.45dB 838 -9.25dB 902 -6.05dB 966 -2.85dB
519 -25.20dB 583 -22.00dB 647 -18.80dB 711 -15.60dB 775 -12.40dB 839 -9.20dB 903 -6.00dB 967 -2.80dB
520 -25.15dB 584 -21.95dB 648 -18.75dB 712 -15.55dB 776 -12.35dB 840 -9.15dB 904 -5.95dB 968 -2.75dB
521 -25.10dB 585 -21.90dB 649 -18.70dB 713 -15.50dB 777 -12.30dB 841 -9.10dB 905 -5.90dB 969 -2.70dB
522 -25.05dB 586 -21.85dB 650 -18.65dB 714 -15.45dB 778 -12.25dB 842 -9.05dB 906 -5.85dB 970 -2.65dB
523 -25.00dB 587 -21.80dB 651 -18.60dB 715 -15.40dB 779 -12.20dB 843 -9.00dB 907 -5.80dB 971 -2.60dB
524 -24.95dB 588 -21.75dB 652 -18.55dB 716 -15.35dB 780 -12.15dB 844 -8.95dB 908 -5.75dB 972 -2.55dB
525 -24.90dB 589 -21.70dB 653 -18.50dB 717 -15.30dB 781 -12.10dB 845 -8.90dB 909 -5.70dB 973 -2.50dB
526 -24.85dB 590 -21.65dB 654 -18.45dB 718 -15.25dB 782 -12.05dB 846 -8.85dB 910 -5.65dB 974 -2.45dB
527 -24.80dB 591 -21.60dB 655 -18.40dB 719 -15.20dB 783 -12.00dB 847 -8.80dB 911 -5.60dB 975 -2.40dB
528 -24.75dB 592 -21.55dB 656 -18.35dB 720 -15.15dB 784 -11.95dB 848 -8.75dB 912 -5.55dB 976 -2.35dB
529 -24.70dB 593 -21.50dB 657 -18.30dB 721 -15.10dB 785 -11.90dB 849 -8.70dB 913 -5.50dB 977 -2.30dB
530 -24.65dB 594 -21.45dB 658 -18.25dB 722 -15.05dB 786 -11.85dB 850 -8.65dB 914 -5.45dB 978 -2.25dB
531 -24.60dB 595 -21.40dB 659 -18.20dB 723 -15.00dB 787 -11.80dB 851 -8.60dB 915 -5.40dB 979 -2.20dB
532 -24.55dB 596 -21.35dB 660 -18.15dB 724 -14.95dB 788 -11.75dB 852 -8.55dB 916 -5.35dB 980 -2.15dB
533 -24.50dB 597 -21.30dB 661 -18.10dB 725 -14.90dB 789 -11.70dB 853 -8.50dB 917 -5.30dB 981 -2.10dB
534 -24.45dB 598 -21.25dB 662 -18.05dB 726 -14.85dB 790 -11.65dB 854 -8.45dB 918 -5.25dB 982 -2.05dB
535 -24.40dB 599 -21.20dB 663 -18.00dB 727 -14.80dB 791 -11.60dB 855 -8.40dB 919 -5.20dB 983 -2.00dB
536 -24.35dB 600 -21.15dB 664 -17.95dB 728 -14.75dB 792 -11.55dB 856 -8.35dB 920 -5.15dB 984 -1.95dB
537 -24.30dB 601 -21.10dB 665 -17.90dB 729 -14.70dB 793 -11.50dB 857 -8.30dB 921 -5.10dB 985 -1.90dB
538 -24.25dB 602 -21.05dB 666 -17.85dB 730 -14.65dB 794 -11.45dB 858 -8.25dB 922 -5.05dB 986 -1.85dB
539 -24.20dB 603 -21.00dB 667 -17.80dB 731 -14.60dB 795 -11.40dB 859 -8.20dB 923 -5.00dB 987 -1.80dB
540 -24.15dB 604 -20.95dB 668 -17.75dB 732 -14.55dB 796 -11.35dB 860 -8.15dB 924 -4.95dB 988 -1.75dB
541 -24.10dB 605 -20.90dB 669 -17.70dB 733 -14.50dB 797 -11.30dB 861 -8.10dB 925 -4.90dB 989 -1.70dB
542 -24.05dB 606 -20.85dB 670 -17.65dB 734 -14.45dB 798 -11.25dB 862 -8.05dB 926 -4.85dB 990 -1.65dB
543 -24.00dB 607 -20.80dB 671 -17.60dB 735 -14.40dB 799 -11.20dB 863 -8.00dB 927 -4.80dB 991 -1.60dB
544 -23.95dB 608 -20.75dB 672 -17.55dB 736 -14.35dB 800 -11.15dB 864 -7.95dB 928 -4.75dB 992 -1.55dB
545 -23.90dB 609 -20.70dB 673 -17.50dB 737 -14.30dB 801 -11.10dB 865 -7.90dB 929 -4.70dB 993 -1.50dB
546 -23.85dB 610 -20.65dB 674 -17.45dB 738 -14.25dB 802 -11.05dB 866 -7.85dB 930 -4.65dB 994 -1.45dB
547 -23.80dB 611 -20.60dB 675 -17.40dB 739 -14.20dB 803 -11.00dB 867 -7.80dB 931 -4.60dB 995 -1.40dB
548 -23.75dB 612 -20.55dB 676 -17.35dB 740 -14.15dB 804 -10.95dB 868 -7.75dB 932 -4.55dB 996 -1.35dB
549 -23.70dB 613 -20.50dB 677 -17.30dB 741 -14.10dB 805 -10.90dB 869 -7.70dB 933 -4.50dB 997 -1.30dB
550 -23.65dB 614 -20.45dB 678 -17.25dB 742 -14.05dB 806 -10.85dB 870 -7.65dB 934 -4.45dB 998 -1.25dB
551 -23.60dB 615 -20.40dB 679 -17.20dB 743 -14.00dB 807 -10.80dB 871 -7.60dB 935 -4.40dB 999 -1.20dB
552 -23.55dB 616 -20.35dB 680 -17.15dB 744 -13.95dB 808 -10.75dB 872 -7.55dB 936 -4.35dB 1000 -1.15dB
553 -23.50dB 617 -20.30dB 681 -17.10dB 745 -13.90dB 809 -10.70dB 873 -7.50dB 937 -4.30dB 1001 -1.10dB
554 -23.45dB 618 -20.25dB 682 -17.05dB 746 -13.85dB 810 -10.65dB 874 -7.45dB 938 -4.25dB 1002 -1.05dB
555 -23.40dB 619 -20.20dB 683 -17.00dB 747 -13.80dB 811 -10.60dB 875 -7.40dB 939 -4.20dB 1003 -1.00dB
556 -23.35dB 620 -20.15dB 684 -16.95dB 748 -13.75dB 812 -10.55dB 876 -7.35dB 940 -4.15dB 1004 -0.95dB
557 -23.30dB 621 -20.10dB 685 -16.90dB 749 -13.70dB 813 -10.50dB 877 -7.30dB 941 -4.10dB 1005 -0.90dB
558 -23.25dB 622 -20.05dB 686 -16.85dB 750 -13.65dB 814 -10.45dB 878 -7.25dB 942 -4.05dB 1006 -0.85dB
559 -23.20dB 623 -20.00dB 687 -16.80dB 751 -13.60dB 815 -10.40dB 879 -7.20dB 943 -4.00dB 1007 -0.80dB
560 -23.15dB 624 -19.95dB 688 -16.75dB 752 -13.55dB 816 -10.35dB 880 -7.15dB 944 -3.95dB 1008 -0.75dB
561 -23.10dB 625 -19.90dB 689 -16.70dB 753 -13.50dB 817 -10.30dB 881 -7.10dB 945 -3.90dB 1009 -0.70dB
562 -23.05dB 626 -19.85dB 690 -16.65dB 754 -13.45dB 818 -10.25dB 882 -7.05dB 946 -3.85dB 1010 -0.65dB
563 -23.00dB 627 -19.80dB 691 -16.60dB 755 -13.40dB 819 -10.20dB 883 -7.00dB 947 -3.80dB 1011 -0.60dB
564 -22.95dB 628 -19.75dB 692 -16.55dB 756 -13.35dB 820 -10.15dB 884 -6.95dB 948 -3.75dB 1012 -0.55dB
565 -22.90dB 629 -19.70dB 693 -16.50dB 757 -13.30dB 821 -10.10dB 885 -6.90dB 949 -3.70dB 1013 -0.50dB
566 -22.85dB 630 -19.65dB 694 -16.45dB 758 -13.25dB 822 -10.05dB 886 -6.85dB 950 -3.65dB 1014 -0.45dB
567 -22.80dB 631 -19.60dB 695 -16.40dB 759 -13.20dB 823 -10.00dB 887 -6.80dB 951 -3.60dB 1015 -0.40dB
568 -22.75dB 632 -19.55dB 696 -16.35dB 760 -13.15dB 824 -9.95dB 888 -6.75dB 952 -3.55dB 1016 -0.35dB
569 -22.70dB 633 -19.50dB 697 -16.30dB 761 -13.10dB 825 -9.90dB 889 -6.70dB 953 -3.50dB 1017 -0.30dB
570 -22.65dB 634 -19.45dB 698 -16.25dB 762 -13.05dB 826 -9.85dB 890 -6.65dB 954 -3.45dB 1018 -0.25dB
571 -22.60dB 635 -19.40dB 699 -16.20dB 763 -13.00dB 827 -9.80dB 891 -6.60dB 955 -3.40dB 1019 -0.20dB
572 -22.55dB 636 -19.35dB 700 -16.15dB 764 -12.95dB 828 -9.75dB 892 -6.55dB 956 -3.35dB 1020 -0.15dB
573 -22.50dB 637 -19.30dB 701 -16.10dB 765 -12.90dB 829 -9.70dB 893 -6.50dB 957 -3.30dB 1021 -0.10dB
574 -22.45dB 638 -19.25dB 702 -16.05dB 766 -12.85dB 830 -9.65dB 894 -6.45dB 958 -3.25dB 1022 -0.05dB
575 -22.40dB 639 -19.20dB 703 -16.00dB 767 -12.80dB 831 -9.60dB 895 -6.40dB 959 -3.20dB 1023 0.00dB
MTX3/MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specications V3.1.0 rev10 61
6. Parameter Value Details
6.1.2. Fader with "-Innity to 10dB" range
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
0 -InfdB 64 -71.80dB 128 -59.00dB 192 -46.20dB 256 -36.70dB 320 -30.30dB 384 -23.90dB 448 -18.75dB
1 -138.00dB 65 -71.60dB 129 -58.80dB 193 -46.00dB 257 -36.60dB 321 -30.20dB 385 -23.80dB 449 -18.70dB
2 -135.00dB 66 -71.40dB 130 -58.60dB 194 -45.80dB 258 -36.50dB 322 -30.10dB 386 -23.70dB 450 -18.65dB
3 -132.00dB 67 -71.20dB 131 -58.40dB 195 -45.60dB 259 -36.40dB 323 -30.00dB 387 -23.60dB 451 -18.60dB
4 -129.00dB 68 -71.00dB 132 -58.20dB 196 -45.40dB 260 -36.30dB 324 -29.90dB 388 -23.50dB 452 -18.55dB
5 -126.00dB 69 -70.80dB 133 -58.00dB 197 -45.20dB 261 -36.20dB 325 -29.80dB 389 -23.40dB 453 -18.50dB
6 -123.00dB 70 -70.60dB 134 -57.80dB 198 -45.00dB 262 -36.10dB 326 -29.70dB 390 -23.30dB 454 -18.45dB
7 -120.00dB 71 -70.40dB 135 -57.60dB 199 -44.80dB 263 -36.00dB 327 -29.60dB 391 -23.20dB 455 -18.40dB
8 -117.00dB 72 -70.20dB 136 -57.40dB 200 -44.60dB 264 -35.90dB 328 -29.50dB 392 -23.10dB 456 -18.35dB
9-114.00dB 73 -70.00dB 137 -57.20dB 201 -44.40dB 265 -35.80dB 329 -29.40dB 393 -23.00dB 457 -18.30dB
10 -111.00dB 74 -69.80dB 138 -57.00dB 202 -44.20dB 266 -35.70dB 330 -29.30dB 394 -22.90dB 458 -18.25dB
11 -108.00dB 75 -69.60dB 139 -56.80dB 203 -44.00dB 267 -35.60dB 331 -29.20dB 395 -22.80dB 459 -18.20dB
12 -105.00dB 76 -69.40dB 140 -56.60dB 204 -43.80dB 268 -35.50dB 332 -29.10dB 396 -22.70dB 460 -18.15dB
13 -102.00dB 77 -69.20dB 141 -56.40dB 205 -43.60dB 269 -35.40dB 333 -29.00dB 397 -22.60dB 461 -18.10dB
14 -99.00dB 78 -69.00dB 142 -56.20dB 206 -43.40dB 270 -35.30dB 334 -28.90dB 398 -22.50dB 462 -18.05dB
15 -96.00dB 79 -68.80dB 143 -56.00dB 207 -43.20dB 271 -35.20dB 335 -28.80dB 399 -22.40dB 463 -18.00dB
16 -95.00dB 80 -68.60dB 144 -55.80dB 208 -43.00dB 272 -35.10dB 336 -28.70dB 400 -22.30dB 464 -17.95dB
17 -94.00dB 81 -68.40dB 145 -55.60dB 209 -42.80dB 273 -35.00dB 337 -28.60dB 401 -22.20dB 465 -17.90dB
18 -93.00dB 82 -68.20dB 146 -55.40dB 210 -42.60dB 274 -34.90dB 338 -28.50dB 402 -22.10dB 466 -17.85dB
19 -92.00dB 83 -68.00dB 147 -55.20dB 211 -42.40dB 275 -34.80dB 339 -28.40dB 403 -22.00dB 467 -17.80dB
20 -91.00dB 84 -67.80dB 148 -55.00dB 212 -42.20dB 276 -34.70dB 340 -28.30dB 404 -21.90dB 468 -17.75dB
21 -90.00dB 85 -67.60dB 149 -54.80dB 213 -42.00dB 277 -34.60dB 341 -28.20dB 405 -21.80dB 469 -17.70dB
22 -89.00dB 86 -67.40dB 150 -54.60dB 214 -41.80dB 278 -34.50dB 342 -28.10dB 406 -21.70dB 470 -17.65dB
23 -88.00dB 87 -67.20dB 151 -54.40dB 215 -41.60dB 279 -34.40dB 343 -28.00dB 407 -21.60dB 471 -17.60dB
24 -87.00dB 88 -67.00dB 152 -54.20dB 216 -41.40dB 280 -34.30dB 344 -27.90dB 408 -21.50dB 472 -17.55dB
25 -86.00dB 89 -66.80dB 153 -54.00dB 217 -41.20dB 281 -34.20dB 345 -27.80dB 409 -21.40dB 473 -17.50dB
26 -85.00dB 90 -66.60dB 154 -53.80dB 218 -41.00dB 282 -34.10dB 346 -27.70dB 410 -21.30dB 474 -17.45dB
27 -84.00dB 91 -66.40dB 155 -53.60dB 219 -40.80dB 283 -34.00dB 347 -27.60dB 411 -21.20dB 475 -17.40dB
28 -83.00dB 92 -66.20dB 156 -53.40dB 220 -40.60dB 284 -33.90dB 348 -27.50dB 412 -21.10dB 476 -17.35dB
29 -82.00dB 93 -66.00dB 157 -53.20dB 221 -40.40dB 285 -33.80dB 349 -27.40dB 413 -21.00dB 477 -17.30dB
30 -81.00dB 94 -65.80dB 158 -53.00dB 222 -40.20dB 286 -33.70dB 350 -27.30dB 414 -20.90dB 478 -17.25dB
31 -80.00dB 95 -65.60dB 159 -52.80dB 223 -40.00dB 287 -33.60dB 351 -27.20dB 415 -20.80dB 479 -17.20dB
32 -79.00dB 96 -65.40dB 160 -52.60dB 224 -39.90dB 288 -33.50dB 352 -27.10dB 416 -20.70dB 480 -17.15dB
33 -78.00dB 97 -65.20dB 161 -52.40dB 225 -39.80dB 289 -33.40dB 353 -27.00dB 417 -20.60dB 481 -17.10dB
34 -77.80dB 98 -65.00dB 162 -52.20dB 226 -39.70dB 290 -33.30dB 354 -26.90dB 418 -20.50dB 482 -17.05dB
35 -77.60dB 99 -64.80dB 163 -52.00dB 227 -39.60dB 291 -33.20dB 355 -26.80dB 419 -20.40dB 483 -17.00dB
36 -77.40dB 100 -64.60dB 164 -51.80dB 228 -39.50dB 292 -33.10dB 356 -26.70dB 420 -20.30dB 484 -16.95dB
37 -77.20dB 101 -64.40dB 165 -51.60dB 229 -39.40dB 293 -33.00dB 357 -26.60dB 421 -20.20dB 485 -16.90dB
38 -77.00dB 102 -64.20dB 166 -51.40dB 230 -39.30dB 294 -32.90dB 358 -26.50dB 422 -20.10dB 486 -16.85dB
39 -76.80dB 103 -64.00dB 167 -51.20dB 231 -39.20dB 295 -32.80dB 359 -26.40dB 423 -20.00dB 487 -16.80dB
40 -76.60dB 104 -63.80dB 168 -51.00dB 232 -39.10dB 296 -32.70dB 360 -26.30dB 424 -19.95dB 488 -16.75dB
41 -76.40dB 105 -63.60dB 169 -50.80dB 233 -39.00dB 297 -32.60dB 361 -26.20dB 425 -19.90dB 489 -16.70dB
42 -76.20dB 106 -63.40dB 170 -50.60dB 234 -38.90dB 298 -32.50dB 362 -26.10dB 426 -19.85dB 490 -16.65dB
43 -76.00dB 107 -63.20dB 171 -50.40dB 235 -38.80dB 299 -32.40dB 363 -26.00dB 427 -19.80dB 491 -16.60dB
44 -75.80dB 108 -63.00dB 172 -50.20dB 236 -38.70dB 300 -32.30dB 364 -25.90dB 428 -19.75dB 492 -16.55dB
45 -75.60dB 109 -62.80dB 173 -50.00dB 237 -38.60dB 301 -32.20dB 365 -25.80dB 429 -19.70dB 493 -16.50dB
46 -75.40dB 110 -62.60dB 174 -49.80dB 238 -38.50dB 302 -32.10dB 366 -25.70dB 430 -19.65dB 494 -16.45dB
47 -75.20dB 111 -62.40dB 175 -49.60dB 239 -38.40dB 303 -32.00dB 367 -25.60dB 431 -19.60dB 495 -16.40dB
48 -75.00dB 112 -62.20dB 176 -49.40dB 240 -38.30dB 304 -31.90dB 368 -25.50dB 432 -19.55dB 496 -16.35dB
49 -74.80dB 113 -62.00dB 177 -49.20dB 241 -38.20dB 305 -31.80dB 369 -25.40dB 433 -19.50dB 497 -16.30dB
50 -74.60dB 114 -61.80dB 178 -49.00dB 242 -38.10dB 306 -31.70dB 370 -25.30dB 434 -19.45dB 498 -16.25dB
51 -74.40dB 115 -61.60dB 179 -48.80dB 243 -38.00dB 307 -31.60dB 371 -25.20dB 435 -19.40dB 499 -16.20dB
52 -74.20dB 116 -61.40dB 180 -48.60dB 244 -37.90dB 308 -31.50dB 372 -25.10dB 436 -19.35dB 500 -16.15dB
53 -74.00dB 117 -61.20dB 181 -48.40dB 245 -37.80dB 309 -31.40dB 373 -25.00dB 437 -19.30dB 501 -16.10dB
54 -73.80dB 118 -61.00dB 182 -48.20dB 246 -37.70dB 310 -31.30dB 374 -24.90dB 438 -19.25dB 502 -16.05dB
55 -73.60dB 119 -60.80dB 183 -48.00dB 247 -37.60dB 311 -31.20dB 375 -24.80dB 439 -19.20dB 503 -16.00dB
56 -73.40dB 120 -60.60dB 184 -47.80dB 248 -37.50dB 312 -31.10dB 376 -24.70dB 440 -19.15dB 504 -15.95dB
57 -73.20dB 121 -60.40dB 185 -47.60dB 249 -37.40dB 313 -31.00dB 377 -24.60dB 441 -19.10dB 505 -15.90dB
58 -73.00dB 122 -60.20dB 186 -47.40dB 250 -37.30dB 314 -30.90dB 378 -24.50dB 442 -19.05dB 506 -15.85dB
59 -72.80dB 123 -60.00dB 187 -47.20dB 251 -37.20dB 315 -30.80dB 379 -24.40dB 443 -19.00dB 507 -15.80dB
60 -72.60dB 124 -59.80dB 188 -47.00dB 252 -37.10dB 316 -30.70dB 380 -24.30dB 444 -18.95dB 508 -15.75dB
61 -72.40dB 125 -59.60dB 189 -46.80dB 253 -37.00dB 317 -30.60dB 381 -24.20dB 445 -18.90dB 509 -15.70dB
62 -72.20dB 126 -59.40dB 190 -46.60dB 254 -36.90dB 318 -30.50dB 382 -24.10dB 446 -18.85dB 510 -15.65dB
63 -72.00dB 127 -59.20dB 191 -46.40dB 255 -36.80dB 319 -30.40dB 383 -24.00dB 447 -18.80dB 511 -15.60dB
MTX3/MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV Series/EXi8/EXo8 Remote Control Protocol Specications V3.1.0 rev10 62
6. Parameter Value Details
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
Value
Data
512 -15.55dB 576 -12.35dB 640 -9.15dB 704 -5.95dB 768 -2.75dB 832 0.45dB 896 3.65dB 960 6.85dB
513 -15.50dB 577 -12.30dB 641 -9.10dB 705 -5.90dB 769 -2.70dB 833 0.50dB 897 3.70dB 961 6.90dB
514 -15.45dB 578 -12.25dB 642 -9.05dB 706 -5.85dB 770 -2.65dB 834 0.55dB 898 3.75dB 962 6.95dB
515 -15.40dB 579 -12.20dB 643 -9.00dB 707 -5.80dB 771 -2.60dB 835 0.60dB 899 3.80dB 963 7.00dB
516 -15.35dB 580 -12.15dB 644 -8.95dB 708 -5.75dB 772 -2.55dB 836 0.65dB 900 3.85dB 964 7.05dB
517 -15.30dB 581 -12.10dB 645 -8.90dB 709 -5.70dB 773 -2.50dB 837 0.70dB 901 3.90dB 965 7.10dB
518 -15.25dB 582 -12.05dB 646 -8.85dB 710 -5.65dB 774 -2.45dB 838 0.75dB 902 3.95dB 966 7.15dB
519 -15.20dB 583 -12.00dB 647 -8.80dB 711 -5.60dB 775 -2.40dB 839 0.80dB 903 4.00dB 967 7.20dB
520 -15.15dB 584 -11.95dB 648 -8.75dB 712 -5.55dB 776 -2.35dB 840 0.85dB 904 4.05dB 968 7.25dB
521 -15.10dB 585 -11.90dB 649 -8.70dB 713 -5.50dB 777 -2.30dB 841 0.90dB 905 4.10dB 969 7.30dB
522 -15.05dB 586 -11.85dB 650 -8.65dB 714 -5.45dB 778 -2.25dB 842 0.95dB 906 4.15dB 970 7.35dB
523 -15.00dB 587 -11.80dB 651 -8.60dB 715 -5.40dB 779 -2.20dB 843 1.00dB 907 4.20dB 971 7.40dB
524 -14.95dB 588 -11.75dB 652 -8.55dB 716 -5.35dB 780 -2.15dB 844 1.05dB 908 4.25dB 972 7.45dB
525 -14.90dB 589 -11.70dB 653 -8.50dB 717 -5.30dB 781 -2.10dB 845 1.10dB 909 4.30dB 973 7.50dB
526 -14.85dB 590 -11.65dB 654 -8.45dB 718 -5.25dB 782 -2.05dB 846 1.15dB 910 4.35dB 974 7.55dB
527 -14.80dB 591 -11.60dB 655 -8.40dB 719 -5.20dB 783 -2.00dB 847 1.20dB 911 4.40dB 975 7.60dB
528 -14.75dB 592 -11.55dB 656 -8.35dB 720 -5.15dB 784 -1.95dB 848 1.25dB 912 4.45dB 976 7.65dB
529 -14.70dB 593 -11.50dB 657 -8.30dB 721 -5.10dB 785 -1.90dB 849 1.30dB 913 4.50dB 977 7.70dB
530 -14.65dB 594 -11.45dB 658 -8.25dB 722 -5.05dB 786 -1.85dB 850 1.35dB 914 4.55dB 978 7.75dB
531 -14.60dB 595 -11.40dB 659 -8.20dB 723 -5.00dB 787 -1.80dB 851 1.40dB 915 4.60dB 979 7.80dB
532 -14.55dB 596 -11.35dB 660 -8.15dB 724 -4.95dB 788 -1.75dB 852 1.45dB 916 4.65dB 980 7.85dB
533 -14.50dB 597 -11.30dB 661 -8.10dB 725 -4.90dB 789 -1.70dB 853 1.50dB 917 4.70dB 981 7.90dB
534 -14.45dB 598 -11.25dB 662 -8.05dB 726 -4.85dB 790 -1.65dB 854 1.55dB 918 4.75dB 982 7.95dB
535 -14.40dB 599 -11.20dB 663 -8.00dB 727 -4.80dB 791 -1.60dB 855 1.60dB 919 4.80dB 983 8.00dB
536 -14.35dB 600 -11.15dB 664 -7.95dB 728 -4.75dB 792 -1.55dB 856 1.65dB 920 4.85dB 984 8.05dB
537 -14.30dB 601 -11.10dB 665 -7.90dB 729 -4.70dB 793 -1.50dB 857 1.70dB 921 4.90dB 985 8.10dB
538 -14.25dB 602 -11.05dB 666 -7.85dB 730 -4.65dB 794 -1.45dB 858 1.75dB 922 4.95dB 986 8.15dB
539 -14.20dB 603 -11.00dB 667 -7.80dB 731 -4.60dB 795 -1.40dB 859 1.80dB 923 5.00dB 987 8.20dB
540 -14.15dB 604 -10.95dB 668 -7.75dB 732 -4.55dB 796 -1.35dB 860 1.85dB 924 5.05dB 988 8.25dB
541 -14.10dB 605 -10.90dB 669 -7.70dB 733 -4.50dB 797 -1.30dB 861 1.90dB 925 5.10dB 989 8.30dB
542 -14.05dB 606 -10.85dB 670 -7.65dB 734 -4.45dB 798 -1.25dB 862 1.95dB 926 5.15dB 990 8.35dB
543 -14.00dB 607 -10.80dB 671 -7.60dB 735 -4.40dB 799 -1.20dB 863 2.00dB 927 5.20dB 991 8.40dB
544 -13.95dB 608 -10.75dB 672 -7.55dB 736 -4.35dB 800 -1.15dB 864 2.05dB 928 5.25dB 992 8.45dB
545 -13.90dB 609 -10.70dB 673 -7.50dB 737 -4.30dB 801 -1.10dB 865 2.10dB 929 5.30dB 993 8.50dB
546 -13.85dB 610 -10.65dB 674 -7.45dB 738 -4.25dB 802 -1.05dB 866 2.15dB 930 5.35dB 994 8.55dB
547 -13.80dB 611 -10.60dB 675 -7.40dB 739 -4.20dB 803 -1.00dB 867 2.20dB 931 5.40dB 995 8.60dB
548 -13.75dB 612 -10.55dB 676 -7.35dB 740 -4.15dB 804 -0.95dB 868 2.25dB 932 5.45dB 996 8.65dB
549 -13.70dB 613 -10.50dB 677 -7.30dB 741 -4.10dB 805 -0.90dB 869 2.30dB 933 5.50dB 997 8.70dB
550 -13.65dB 614 -10.45dB 678 -7.25dB 742 -4.05dB 806 -0.85dB 870 2.35dB 934 5.55dB 998 8.75dB
551 -13.60dB 615 -10.40dB 679 -7.20dB 743 -4.00dB 807 -0.80dB 871 2.40dB 935 5.60dB 999 8.80dB
552 -13.55dB 616 -10.35dB 680 -7.15dB 744 -3.95dB 808 -0.75dB 872 2.45dB 936 5.65dB 1000 8.85dB
553 -13.50dB 617 -10.30dB 681 -7.10dB 745 -3.90dB 809 -0.70dB 873 2.50dB 937 5.70dB 1001 8.90dB
554 -13.45dB 618 -10.25dB 682 -7.05dB 746 -3.85dB 810 -0.65dB 874 2.55dB 938 5.75dB 1002 8.95dB
555 -13.40dB 619 -10.20dB 683 -7.00dB 747 -3.80dB 811 -0.60dB 875 2.60dB 939 5.80dB 1003 9.00dB
556 -13.35dB 620 -10.15dB 684 -6.95dB 748 -3.75dB 812 -0.55dB 876 2.65dB 940 5.85dB 1004 9.05dB
557 -13.30dB 621 -10.10dB 685 -6.90dB 749 -3.70dB 813 -0.50dB 877 2.70dB 941 5.90dB 1005 9.10dB
558 -13.25dB 622 -10.05dB 686 -6.85dB 750 -3.65dB 814 -0.45dB 878 2.75dB 942 5.95dB 1006 9.15dB
559 -13.20dB 623 -10.00dB 687 -6.80dB 751 -3.60dB 815 -0.40dB 879 2.80dB 943 6.00dB 1007 9.20dB
560 -13.15dB 624 -9.95dB 688 -6.75dB 752 -3.55dB 816 -0.35dB 880 2.85dB 944 6.05dB 1008 9.25dB
561 -13.10dB 625 -9.90dB 689 -6.70dB 753 -3.50dB 817 -0.30dB 881 2.90dB 945 6.10dB 1009 9.30dB
562 -13.05dB 626 -9.85dB 690 -6.65dB 754 -3.45dB 818 -0.25dB 882 2.95dB 946 6.15dB 1010 9.35dB
563 -13.00dB 627 -9.80dB 691 -6.60dB 755 -3.40dB 819 -0.20dB 883 3.00dB 947 6.20dB 1011 9.40dB
564 -12.95dB 628 -9.75dB 692 -6.55dB 756 -3.35dB 820 -0.15dB 884 3.05dB 948 6.25dB 1012 9.45dB
565 -12.90dB 629 -9.70dB 693 -6.50dB 757 -3.30dB 821 -0.10dB 885 3.10dB 949 6.30dB 1013 9.50dB
566 -12.85dB 630 -9.65dB 694 -6.45dB 758 -3.25dB 822 -0.05dB 886 3.15dB 950 6.35dB 1014 9.55dB
567 -12.80dB 631 -9.60dB 695 -6.40dB 759 -3.20dB 823 0.00dB 887 3.20dB 951 6.40dB 1015 9.60dB
568 -12.75dB 632 -9.55dB 696 -6.35dB 760 -3.15dB 824 0.05dB 888 3.25dB 952 6.45dB 1016 9.65dB
569 -12.70dB 633 -9.50dB 697 -6.30dB 761 -3.10dB 825 0.10dB 889 3.30dB 953 6.50dB 1017 9.70dB
570 -12.65dB 634 -9.45dB 698 -6.25dB 762 -3.05dB 826 0.15dB 890 3.35dB 954 6.55dB 1018 9.75dB
571 -12.60dB 635 -9.40dB 699 -6.20dB 763 -3.00dB 827 0.20dB 891 3.40dB 955 6.60dB 1019 9.80dB
572 -12.55dB 636 -9.35dB 700 -6.15dB 764 -2.95dB 828 0.25dB 892 3.45dB 956 6.65dB 1020 9.85dB
573 -12.50dB 637 -9.30dB 701 -6.10dB 765 -2.90dB 829 0.30dB 893 3.50dB 957 6.70dB 1021 9.90dB
574 -12.45dB 638 -9.25dB 702 -6.05dB 766 -2.85dB 830 0.35dB 894 3.55dB 958 6.75dB 1022 9.95dB
575 -12.40dB 639 -9.20dB 703 -6.00dB 767 -2.80dB 831 0.40dB 895 3.60dB 959 6.80dB 1023 10.00dB
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MTX3
Value Displayed value
0 NONE
1 Input 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9ST IN 1L
10 1R
11 2L
12 2R
13 SD IN L
14 R
15 YDIF 1
16 2
17 3
18 4
19 5
20 6
21 7
22 8
23 9
24 10
25 11
26 12
27 13
28 14
29 15
30 16
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 NONE 31 Dante 1
1 Input 1 32 2
2 2 33 3
3 3 34 4
4 4 35 5
5 5 36 6
6 6 37 7
7 7 38 8
8 8 39 9
9ST IN 1L 40 10
10 1R 41 11
11 2L 42 12
12 2R 43 13
13 SD IN L 44 14
14 R 45 15
15 YDIF 1 46 16
16 2 47 SLOT 1
17 3 48 2
18 4 49 3
19 5 50 4
20 6 51 5
21 7 52 6
22 8 53 7
23 954 8
24 10 55 9
25 11 56 10
26 12 57 11
27 13 58 12
28 14 59 13
29 15 60 14
30 16 61 15
62 16
6.2. Other parameters (MTX3, MTX5-D)
6.2.1. INPUT PATCH
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6.2.2. INPUT CHANNEL
6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ
Q
Value
Displayed value
Value
Displayed value
Value
Displayed value
Value
Displayed value
0 0.1 29 0.53 58 2.8 87 15.0
1 0.105 30 0.56 59 3.0 88 16.0
2 0.11 31 0.6 60 3.2 89 17.0
3 0.12 32 0.63 61 3.3 90 18.0
4 0.125 33 0.67 62 3.5 91 19.0
5 0.13 34 0.7 63 3.8 92 20.0
6 0.14 35 0.75 64 4.0 93 21.0
7 0.15 36 0.8 65 4.2 94 22.0
8 0.16 37 0.85 66 4.5 95 24.0
90.17 38 0.9 67 4.7 96 25.0
10 0.18 39 0.95 68 5.0 97 27.0
11 0.19 40 1.0 69 5.3 98 28.0
12 0.2 41 1.05 70 5.6 99 30.0
13 0.21 42 1.1 71 6.0 100 32.0
14 0.22 43 1.2 72 6.3 101 34.0
15 0.24 44 1.25 73 6.7 102 35.0
16 0.25 45 1.3 74 7.0 103 38.0
17 0.27 46 1.4 75 7.5 104 40.0
18 0.28 47 1.5 76 8 105 42.0
19 0.3 48 1.6 77 8.4 106 45.0
20 0.32 49 1.7 78 9.0 107 47.0
21 0.33 50 1.8 79 9.5 108 50.0
22 0.35 51 1.9 80 10.0 109 53.0
23 0.38 52 2.0 81 10.5 110 56.0
24 0.4 53 2.1 82 11.0 111 60.0
25 0.42 54 2.2 83 12.0 112 63.0
26 0.45 55 2.4 84 12.5
27 0.47 56 2.5 85 13.0
28 0.5 57 2.7 86 14.0
Type
Value
Displayed value
0 PEQ
1 L.SHELF 6dB/Oct
2 L.SHELF 12dB/Oct
3 H.SHELF 6dB/Oct
4 H.SHELF 12dB/Oct
5 HPF
6 LPF
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6.2.2.2. GATE
Decay
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 3msec 43 189msec 86 1.23sec 129 7.68sec
1 7msec 44 196msec 87 1.28sec 130 8.11sec
2 10msec 45 203msec 88 1.34sec 131 8.54sec
3 13msec 46 209msec 89 1.39sec 132 8.97sec
4 17msec 47 219msec 90 1.44sec 133 9.39sec
5 22msec 48 229msec 91 1.50sec 134 9.82sec
6 25msec 49 243msec 92 1.55sec 135 10.2sec
7 28msec 50 256msec 93 1.60sec 136 10.7sec
8 32msec 51 269msec 94 1.66sec 137 11.1sec
935msec 52 283msec 95 1.74sec 138 11.5sec
10 38msec 53 296msec 96 1.82sec 139 12.0sec
11 42msec 54 309msec 97 1.92sec 140 12.4sec
12 45msec 55 323msec 98 2.03sec 141 12.8sec
13 48msec 56 336msec 99 2.14sec 142 13.2sec
14 52msec 57 349msec 100 2.24sec 143 13.9sec
15 55msec 58 363msec 101 2.35sec 144 14.5sec
16 59msec 59 376msec 102 2.46sec 145 15.4sec
17 63msec 60 390msec 103 2.56sec 146 16.2sec
18 66msec 61 403msec 104 2.67sec 147 17.1sec
19 69msec 62 416msec 105 2.78sec 148 17.9sec
20 73msec 63 436msec 106 2.89sec 149 18.8sec
21 76msec 64 456msec 107 2.99sec 150 19.6sec
22 79msec 65 483msec 108 3.10sec 151 20.5sec
23 83msec 66 509msec 109 3.21sec 152 21.4sec
24 86msec 67 536msec 110 3.31sec 153 22.2sec
25 89msec 68 563msec 111 3.47sec 154 23.1sec
26 93msec 69 589msec 112 3.63sec 155 23.9sec
27 96msec 70 616msec 113 3.84sec 156 24.8sec
28 99msec 71 643msec 114 4.06sec 157 25.6sec
29 103msec 72 670msec 115 4.27sec 158 26.5sec
30 106msec 73 696msec 116 4.48sec 159 27.7sec
31 111msec 74 723msec 117 4.70sec 160 29.0sec
32 116msec 75 750msec 118 4.91sec 161 30.7sec
33 123msec 76 777msec 119 5.13sec 162 32.4sec
34 129msec 77 803msec 120 5.34sec 163 34.1sec
35 136msec 78 830msec 121 5.55sec 164 35.9sec
36 143msec 79 870msec 122 5.77sec 165 37.6sec
37 149msec 80 909msec 123 5.98sec 166 39.3sec
38 156msec 81 963msec 124 6.20sec 167 41.0sec
39 163msec 82 1.02sec 125 6.41sec 168 42.7sec
40 169msec 83 1.07sec 126 6.62sec
41 176msec 84 1.12sec 127 6.94sec
42 183msec 85 1.18sec 128 7.26sec
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Hold
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 0.02msec 54 2.01msec 108 20.2msec 162 211msec
1 0.04msec 55 2.10msec 109 20.9msec 163 222msec
2 0.07msec 56 2.19msec 110 21.6msec 164 233msec
3 0.09msec 57 2.28msec 111 22.6msec 165 245msec
4 0.11msec 58 2.36msec 112 23.6msec 166 256msec
5 0.14msec 59 2.45msec 113 25.0msec 167 267msec
6 0.16msec 60 2.54msec 114 26.4msec 168 278msec
7 0.18msec 61 2.62msec 115 27.8msec 169 289msec
8 0.21msec 62 2.71msec 116 29.2msec 170 300msec
90.23msec 63 2.84msec 117 30.6msec 171 311msec
10 0.25msec 64 2.97msec 118 32.0msec 172 323msec
11 0.27msec 65 3.14msec 119 33.4msec 173 334msec
12 0.29msec 66 3.32msec 120 34.8msec 174 345msec
13 0.31msec 67 3.49msec 121 36.2msec 175 361msec
17 0.41msec 71 4.19msec 125 41.7msec 179 445msec
18 0.43msec 72 4.36msec 126 43.1msec 180 467msec
19 0.45msec 73 4.53msec 127 45.2msec 181 489msec
20 0.47msec 74 4.71msec 128 47.2msec 182 511msec
21 0.49msec 75 4.88msec 129 50.0msec 183 534msec
22 0.52msec 76 5.06msec 130 52.8msec 184 556msec
23 0.54msec 77 5.23msec 131 55.6msec 185 578msec
24 0.56msec 78 5.40msec 132 58.4msec 186 601msec
25 0.58msec 79 5.66msec 133 61.2msec 187 623msec
26 0.60msec 80 5.92msec 134 63.9msec 188 645msec
27 0.62msec 81 6.27msec 135 66.7msec 189 667msec
28 0.65msec 82 6.61msec 136 69.5msec 190 690msec
29 0.67msec 83 6.96msec 137 72.3msec 191 723msec
30 0.69msec 84 7.31msec 138 75.1msec 192 756msec
31 0.72msec 85 7.66msec 139 77.9msec 193 800msec
32 0.75msec 86 8.01msec 140 80.7msec 194 845msec
33 0.80msec 87 8.36msec 141 83.4msec 195 889msec
34 0.84msec 88 8.70msec 142 86.2msec 196 934msec
35 0.88msec 89 9.05msec 143 90.3msec 197 978msec
36 0.93msec 90 9.40msec 144 94.5msec 198 1.02sec
37 0.97msec 91 9.75msec 145 100msec 199 1.07sec
38 1.02msec 92 10.1msec 146 106msec 200 1.11sec
39 1.06msec 93 10.4msec 147 111msec 201 1.16sec
40 1.10msec 94 10.8msec 148 117msec 202 1.20sec
41 1.15msec 95 11.3msec 149 122msec 203 1.25sec
42 1.19msec 96 11.8msec 150 128msec 204 1.29sec
43 1.23msec 97 12.5msec 151 133msec 205 1.33sec
44 1.28msec 98 13.2msec 152 139msec 206 1.38sec
45 1.32msec 99 13.9msec 153 145msec 207 1.45sec
46 1.36msec 100 14.6msec 154 150msec 208 1.51sec
47 1.43msec 101 15.3msec 155 156msec 209 1.60sec
48 1.49msec 102 16.0msec 156 161msec 210 1.69sec
49 1.58msec 103 16.7msec 157 167msec 211 1.78sec
50 1.67msec 104 17.4msec 158 172msec 212 1.87sec
51 1.75msec 105 18.1msec 159 181msec 213 1.96sec
52 1.84msec 106 18.8msec 160 189msec
53 1.93msec 107 19.5msec 161 200msec
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6.2.2.3. COMPRESSOR
Ratio
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
10 1.0:1 58 5.8:1 106 10.6:1 154 15.4:1
11 1.1:1 59 5.9:1 107 10.7:1 155 15.5:1
12 1.2:1 60 6.0:1 108 10.8:1 156 15.6:1
13 1.3:1 61 6.1:1 109 10.9:1 157 15.7:1
14 1.4:1 62 6.2:1 110 11.0:1 158 15.8:1
15 1.5:1 63 6.3:1 111 11.1:1 159 15.9:1
16 1.6:1 64 6.4:1 112 11.2:1 160 16.0:1
17 1.7:1 65 6.5:1 113 11.3:1 161 16.1:1
18 1.8:1 66 6.6:1 114 11.4:1 162 16.2:1
19 1.9:1 67 6.7:1 115 11.5:1 163 16.3:1
20 2.0:1 68 6.8:1 116 11.6:1 164 16.4:1
21 2.1:1 69 6.9:1 117 11.7:1 165 16.5:1
22 2.2:1 70 7.0:1 118 11.8:1 166 16.6:1
23 2.3:1 71 7.1:1 119 11.9:1 167 16.7:1
24 2.4:1 72 7.2:1 120 12.0:1 168 16.8:1
25 2.5:1 73 7.3:1 121 12.1:1 169 16.9:1
26 2.6:1 74 7.4:1 122 12.2:1 170 17.0:1
27 2.7:1 75 7.5:1 123 12.3:1 171 17.1:1
28 2.8:1 76 7.6:1 124 12.4:1 172 17.2:1
29 2.9:1 77 7.7:1 125 12.5:1 173 17.3:1
30 3.0:1 78 7.8:1 126 12.6:1 174 17.4:1
31 3.1:1 79 7.9:1 127 12.7:1 175 17.5:1
32 3.2:1 80 8.0:1 128 12.8:1 176 17.6:1
33 3.3:1 81 8.1:1 129 12.9:1 177 17.7:1
34 3.4:1 82 8.2:1 130 13.0:1 178 17.8:1
35 3.5:1 83 8.3:1 131 13.1:1 179 17.9:1
36 3.6:1 84 8.4:1 132 13.2:1 180 18.0:1
37 3.7:1 85 8.5:1 133 13.3:1 181 18.1:1
38 3.8:1 86 8.6:1 134 13.4:1 182 18.2:1
39 3.9:1 87 8.7:1 135 13.5:1 183 18.3:1
40 4.0:1 88 8.8:1 136 13.6:1 184 18.4:1
41 4.1:1 89 8.9:1 137 13.7:1 185 18.5:1
42 4.2:1 90 9.0:1 138 13.8:1 186 18.6:1
43 4.3:1 91 9.1:1 139 13.9:1 187 18.7:1
44 4.4:1 92 9.2:1 140 14.0:1 188 18.8:1
45 4.5:1 93 9.3:1 141 14.1:1 189 18.9:1
46 4.6:1 94 9.4:1 142 14.2:1 190 19.0:1
47 4.7:1 95 9.5:1 143 14.3:1 191 19.1:1
48 4.8:1 96 9.6:1 144 14.4:1 192 19.2:1
49 4.9:1 97 9.7:1 145 14.5:1 193 19.3:1
50 5.0:1 98 9.8:1 146 14.6:1 194 19.4:1
51 5.1:1 99 9.9:1 147 14.7:1 195 19.5:1
52 5.2:1 100 10.0:1 148 14.8:1 196 19.6:1
53 5.3:1 101 10.1:1 149 14.9:1 197 19.7:1
54 5.4:1 102 10.2:1 150 15.0:1 198 19.8:1
55 5.5:1 103 10.3:1 151 15.1:1 199 19.9:1
56 5.6:1 104 10.4:1 152 15.2:1 200 20.0:1
57 5.7:1 105 10.5:1 153 15.3:1 201 ∞:1
Knee
Value Displayed value
0 HARD
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
Release
Same as 6.2.2.2. Gate
/ Decay
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6.2.2.4. AGC
Response Time
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 100msec 30 2.20sec
1 150msec 31 2.30sec
2 200msec 32 2.40sec
3 250msec 33 2.50sec
4 300msec 34 2.60sec
5 350msec 35 2.70sec
6 400msec 36 2.80sec
7 450msec 37 2.90sec
8 500msec 38 3.00sec
9550msec 39 3.10sec
10 600msec 40 3.20sec
12 700msec 42 3.40sec
13 750msec 43 3.50sec
14 800msec 44 3.60sec
15 850msec 45 3.70sec
16 900msec 46 3.80sec
17 950msec 47 3.90sec
18 1.00sec 48 4.00sec
19 1.10sec 49 4.10sec
20 1.20sec 50 4.20sec
21 1.30sec 51 4.30sec
22 1.40sec 52 4.40sec
23 1.50sec 53 4.50sec
24 1.60sec 54 4.60sec
25 1.70sec 55 4.70sec
26 1.80sec 56 4.80sec
27 1.90sec 57 4.90sec
28 2.00sec 58 5.00sec
29 2.10sec
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6.2.2.5. DUGAN AUTOMIXER
Mode
Value Displayed value
0 Mute
1 Man
2 Auto
Weight
Value Displayed value
-3000 -100.0
-2950 -29.5
-2900 -29.0
-2850 -28.5
: :
: :
-100 -1.0
-50 -0.5
0 0.0
50 0.5
100 1.0
: :
: :
1350 13.5
1400 14.0
1450 14.5
1500 15.0
Group
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0 a
1 b
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value
0 a
1 b
2c
3 d
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.2.3. EFFECT
Type
Value Displayed value
0 Reverb Hall
1 Reverb Stage1
2 Karaoke Echo
3 Vocal Echo
RevHallTime/RevStageTime
Value Time(sec) Value Time(sec)
0 0.3 29 3.2
1 0.4 30 3.3
2 0.5 31 3.4
3 0.6 32 3.5
4 0.7 33 3.6
5 0.8 34 3.7
6 0.9 35 3.8
7 1.0 36 3.9
8 1.1 37 4.0
91.2 38 4.1
10 1.3 39 4.2
11 1.4 40 4.3
12 1.5 41 4.4
13 1.6 42 4.5
14 1.7 43 4.6
15 1.8 44 4.7
16 1.9 45 4.8
17 2.0 46 4.9
18 2.1 47 5.0
19 2.2 48 5.5
20 2.3 49 6.0
21 2.4 50 6.5
22 2.5 51 7.0
23 2.6 52 7.5
24 2.7 53 8.0
25 2.8 54 8.5
26 2.9 55 9.0
27 3.0 56 9.5
28 3.1 57 10.0
KaraokeTime/VocalTime
Value Time (msec) Value Time (msec) Value Time (msec)
0 0.4 43 135.5 86 270.9
1 3.2 44 138.6 87 274.0
2 6.4 45 141.8 88 277.2
3 9.5 46 144.9 89 280.3
4 12.7 47 148.1 90 283.5
5 15.8 48 151.2 91 286.6
6 19.0 49 154.4 92 289.8
7 22.1 50 157.5 93 292.9
8 25.3 51 160.7 94 296.1
928.4 52 163.8 95 299.2
10 31.6 53 167.0 96 302.4
11 34.7 54 170.1 97 305.5
12 37.9 55 173.3 98 308.7
13 41.0 56 176.4 99 311.8
14 44.2 57 179.6 100 315.0
15 47.3 58 182.7 101 318.1
16 50.5 59 185.9 102 321.3
17 53.6 60 189.0 103 324.4
18 56.8 61 192.2 104 327.6
19 59.9 62 195.3 105 330.7
20 63.1 63 198.5 106 333.9
21 66.2 64 201.6 107 337.0
22 69.4 65 204.8 108 340.2
23 72.5 66 207.9 109 343.3
24 75.7 67 211.1 110 346.5
25 78.8 68 214.2 111 349.6
26 82.0 69 217.4 112 352.8
27 85.1 70 220.5 113 355.9
28 88.3 71 223.7 114 359.1
29 91.4 72 226.8 115 362.2
30 94.6 73 230.0 116 365.4
31 97.7 74 233.1 117 368.5
32 100.9 75 236.3 118 371.7
33 104.0 76 239.4 119 374.8
34 107.2 77 242.6 120 378.0
35 110.3 78 245.7 121 381.1
36 113.5 79 248.9 122 384.3
37 116.6 80 252.0 123 387.4
38 119.8 81 255.2 124 390.6
39 122.9 82 258.3 125 393.7
40 126.1 83 261.5 126 396.9
41 129.2 84 264.6 127 400.0
42 132.4 85 267.7
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6.2.4. ZONE
6.2.4.1. PAGING (MTX5-D only)
Paging Source
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 NONE 31 YDIF IN 1
1 CH1 32 YDIF IN 2
2 CH2 33 YDIF IN 3
3 CH3 34 YDIF IN 4
4 CH4 35 YDIF IN 5
5 CH5 36 YDIF IN 6
6 CH6 37 YDIF IN 7
7 CH7 38 YDIF IN 8
8 CH8 39 YDIF IN 9
9CH9 40 YDIF IN 10
10 CH10 41 YDIF IN 11
11 CH11 42 YDIF IN 12
12 CH12 43 YDIF IN 13
13 CH13 44 YDIF IN 14
14 CH14 45 YDIF IN 15
15 CH15 46 YDIF IN 16
16 CH16 47 ANC BUS1
17 STIN1L 48 ANC BUS2
18 STIN1R
19 STIN2L
20 STIN2R
21 STIN3L
22 STIN3R
23 CH17
24 CH18
25 CH19
26 CH20
27 CH21
28 CH22
29 CH23
30 CH24
Range
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value
-601 -∞
-600 -60.0dB
-599 -59.9dB
: :
: :
-2 -0.2dB
-1 -0.1dB
0 -0.0dB
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6.2.4.2. 1st/2nd PRIORITY
1st/2nd Priority Ducker Priority Source
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0 NONE
1 CH1
2 CH2
3 CH3
4 CH4
5 CH5
6 CH6
7 CH7
8 CH8
9STIN1L
10 STIN1R
11 STIN2L
12 STIN2R
13 STIN3L
14 STIN3R
15 CH9
16 CH10
17 CH11
18 CH12
19 CH13
20 CH14
21 CH15
22 CH16
23 YDIF IN 1
24 YDIF IN 2
25 YDIF IN 3
26 YDIF IN 4
27 YDIF IN 5
28 YDIF IN 6
29 YDIF IN 7
30 YDIF IN 8
31 YDIF IN 9
32 YDIF IN 10
33 YDIF IN 11
34 YDIF IN 12
35 YDIF IN 13
36 YDIF IN 14
37 YDIF IN 15
38 YDIF IN 16
39 ANC BUS1
40 ANC BUS2
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 NONE 31 YDIF IN 1
1 CH1 32 YDIF IN 2
2 CH2 33 YDIF IN 3
3 CH3 34 YDIF IN 4
4 CH4 35 YDIF IN 5
5 CH5 36 YDIF IN 6
6 CH6 37 YDIF IN 7
7 CH7 38 YDIF IN 8
8 CH8 39 YDIF IN 9
9CH9 40 YDIF IN 10
10 CH10 41 YDIF IN 11
11 CH11 42 YDIF IN 12
12 CH12 43 YDIF IN 13
13 CH13 44 YDIF IN 14
14 CH14 45 YDIF IN 15
15 CH15 46 YDIF IN 16
16 CH16 47 ANC BUS1
17 STIN1L 48 ANC BUS2
18 STIN1R
19 STIN2L
20 STIN2R
21 STIN3L
22 STIN3R
23 CH17
24 CH18
25 CH19
26 CH20
27 CH21
28 CH22
29 CH23
30 CH24
Release
Same as 6.2.2.2. Gate / Decay
Hold
Same as 6.2.2.2. Gate / Hold
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.2.4.3. ANC
ANC Source
Same as 6.2.4.2. 1st/2nd PRIORITY / 1st/2nd Priority Ducker Priority Source
ANC Ratio
Value Displayed value
5 0.5:1
6 0.6:1
7 0.7:1
8 0.8:1
90.9:1
10 1.0:1
11 1.1:1
12 1.2:1
13 1.3:1
14 1.4:1
15 1.5:1
16 1.6:1
17 1.7:1
18 1.8:1
19 1.9:1
20 2.0:1
6.2.5. ROUTER
6.2.5.1. ROUTER
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0 NONE
1 ZONE 1
2 ZONE 2
3 ZONE 3
4 ZONE 4
5 ZONE 5
6 ZONE 6
7 ZONE 7
8 ZONE 8
9YDIF IN 1
10 YDIF IN 2
11 YDIF IN 3
12 YDIF IN 4
13 YDIF IN 5
14 YDIF IN 6
15 YDIF IN 7
16 YDIF IN 8
17 YDIF IN 9
18 YDIF IN 10
19 YDIF IN 11
20 YDIF IN 12
21 YDIF IN 13
22 YDIF IN 14
23 YDIF IN 15
24 YDIF IN 16
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 NONE 17 YDIF IN 1
1 ZONE 1 18 YDIF IN 2
2 ZONE 2 19 YDIF IN 3
3 ZONE 3 20 YDIF IN 4
4 ZONE 4 21 YDIF IN 5
5 ZONE 5 22 YDIF IN 6
6 ZONE 6 23 YDIF IN 7
7 ZONE 7 24 YDIF IN 8
8 ZONE 8 25 YDIF IN 9
9ZONE 9 26 YDIF IN 10
10 ZONE 10 27 YDIF IN 11
11 ZONE 11 28 YDIF IN 12
12 ZONE 12 29 YDIF IN 13
13 ZONE 13 30 YDIF IN 14
14 ZONE 14 31 YDIF IN 15
15 ZONE 15 32 YDIF IN 16
16 ZONE 16
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.2.5.2. OSCILLATOR
Waveform
Value Displayed value
0 SINE 100Hz
1 SINE 1kHz
2 SINE 10kHz
3 Pink
4 Burst
5 VARI
6.2.6. OUTPUT CHANNEL
6.2.6.1. 4BAND EQ
Q
Same as 6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ / Q
Type
Same as 6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ / Type
B/W(Q)
Value Oct. Value Oct. Value Oct. Value Oct.
0 6.672 29 2.426 58 0.513 87 0.096
1 6.534 30 2.319 59 0.479 88 0.090
2 6.403 31 2.189 60 0.449 89 0.085
3 6.158 32 2.100 61 0.436 90 0.080
4 6.044 33 1.991 62 0.411 91 0.076
5 5.934 34 1.917 63 0.379 92 0.072
6 5.728 35 1.804 64 0.360 93 0.069
7 5.537 36 1.703 65 0.343 94 0.066
8 5.359 37 1.612 66 0.320 95 0.060
95.193 38 1.530 67 0.306 96 0.058
10 5.037 39 1.456 68 0.288 97 0.053
11 4.891 40 1.388 69 0.272 98 0.052
12 4.753 41 1.327 70 0.257 99 0.048
13 4.623 42 1.270 71 0.240 100 0.045
14 4.499 43 1.170 72 0.229 101 0.042
15 4.271 44 1.125 73 0.215 102 0.041
16 4.165 45 1.084 74 0.206 103 0.038
17 3.968 46 1.010 75 0.192 104 0.036
18 3.876 47 0.945 76 0.180 105 0.034
19 3.704 48 0.888 77 0.172 106 0.032
20 3.546 49 0.837 78 0.160 107 0.031
21 3.472 50 0.792 79 0.152 108 0.029
22 3.331 51 0.751 80 0.144 109 0.027
23 3.139 52 0.714 81 0.137 110 0.026
24 3.023 53 0.681 82 0.131 111 0.024
25 2.914 54 0.650 83 0.120 112 0.023
26 2.764 55 0.597 84 0.115
27 2.671 56 0.573 85 0.111
28 2.543 57 0.531 86 0.103
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.2.6.2. SPEAKER PROCESSOR
HPF/LPF Type
Value Displayed value
0 Thru
1 6dB/Oct
2 12dB/Oct AdjustGc
3 12dB/Oct Butrwrth
4 12dB/Oct Bessel
5 12dB/Oct Linkwitz
6 18dB/Oct AdjustGc
7 18dB/Oct Butrwrth
8 18dB/Oct Bessel
924dB/Oct AdjustGc
10 24dB/Oct Butrwrth
11 24dB/Oct Bessel
12 24dB/Oct Linkwitz
13 32dB/Oct AdjustGc
14 32dB/Oct Butrwrth
15 32dB/Oct Bessel
16 48dB/Oct AdjustGc
17 48dB/Oct Butrwrth
18 48dB/Oct Bessel
19 48dB/Oct Linkwitz
PEQ Type
Value Displayed value
0 PEQ
1 L.SHELF 6dB/Oct
2 L.SHELF 12dB/Oct
3 H.SHELF 6dB/Oct
4 H.SHELF 12dB/Oct
5 HPF
6 LPF
7 APF 1st
8 APF 2nd
9Horn EQ
PEQ Q
Same as 6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ / Q
B/W(Q)
Same as 6.2.6.1. 4BAND EQ / B/W(Q)
Limiter Release
Same as 6.2.2.2. GATE / Decay
Limiter Attack/Release Mode
Value Displayed value
0 Fast
1 Mid
2 Slow
3 Manual
6.2.7. OUTPUT PATCH
6.2.7.1. OUTPUT PATCH
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0 NONE
1 OUTPUT CH1
2 OUTPUT CH2
3 OUTPUT CH3
4 OUTPUT CH4
5 OUTPUT CH5
6 OUTPUT CH6
7 OUTPUT CH7
8 OUTPUT CH8
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value
0 NONE
1 OUTPUT CH1
2 OUTPUT CH2
3 OUTPUT CH3
4 OUTPUT CH4
5 OUTPUT CH5
6 OUTPUT CH6
7 OUTPUT CH7
8 OUTPUT CH8
9OUTPUT CH9
10 OUTPUT CH10
11 OUTPUT CH11
12 OUTPUT CH12
13 OUTPUT CH13
14 OUTPUT CH14
15 OUTPUT CH15
16 OUTPUT CH16
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.2.7.2. YDIF PATCH
MTX3
Value Displayed value
0 NONE
1 CH1
2 CH2
3 CH3
4 CH4
5 CH5
6 CH6
7 CH7
8 CH8
9STIN1L
10 STIN1R
11 STIN2L
12 STIN2R
13 STIN3L
14 STIN3R
15 ZONE 1
16 ZONE 2
17 ZONE 3
18 ZONE 4
19 ZONE 5
20 ZONE 6
21 ZONE 7
22 ZONE 8
23 THRU 1
24 THRU 2
25 THRU 3
26 THRU 4
27 THRU 5
28 THRU 6
29 THRU 7
30 THRU 8
31 THRU 9
32 THRU 10
33 THRU 11
34 THRU 12
35 THRU 13
36 THRU 14
37 THRU 15
38 THRU 16
39 OUTPUT CH1
40 OUTPUT CH2
41 OUTPUT CH3
42 OUTPUT CH4
43 OUTPUT CH5
44 OUTPUT CH6
45 OUTPUT CH7
46 OUTPUT CH8
MTX5-D
Value Displayed value Value Displayed value
0 NONE 39 THRU 1
1 CH1 40 THRU 2
2 CH2 41 THRU 3
3 CH3 42 THRU 4
4 CH4 43 THRU 5
5 CH5 44 THRU 6
6 CH6 45 THRU 7
7 CH7 46 THRU 8
8 CH8 47 THRU 9
9CH9 48 THRU 10
10 CH10 49 THRU 11
11 CH11 50 THRU 12
12 CH12 51 THRU 13
13 CH13 52 THRU 14
14 CH14 53 THRU 15
15 CH15 54 THRU 16
16 CH16 55 OUTPUT CH1
17 STIN1L 56 OUTPUT CH2
18 STIN1R 57 OUTPUT CH3
19 STIN2L 58 OUTPUT CH4
20 STIN2R 59 OUTPUT CH5
21 STIN3L 60 OUTPUT CH6
22 STIN3R 61 OUTPUT CH7
23 ZONE 1 62 OUTPUT CH8
24 ZONE 2 63 OUTPUT CH9
25 ZONE 3 64 OUTPUT CH10
26 ZONE 4 65 OUTPUT CH11
27 ZONE 5 66 OUTPUT CH12
28 ZONE 6 67 OUTPUT CH13
29 ZONE 7 68 OUTPUT CH14
30 ZONE 8 69 OUTPUT CH15
31 ZONE 9 70 OUTPUT CH16
32 ZONE 10
33 ZONE 11
34 ZONE 12
35 ZONE 13
36 ZONE 14
37 ZONE 15
38 ZONE 16
* About MTX3 23 to 38 (THRU1 to 16), MTX5-D 39 to 54 (THRU1 to 16)
Note the difference in behavior between the MTX Editor and MTX external control protocol. On the MTX editor, when you
press THRU, one of the 16 YDIF channels is selected automatically.
However, with the MTX external control protocol, you can select the channel freely.
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.2.8. MY4-AEC
6.2.8.1. MY4-AEC Input Patch
Near-end Mic / From Far-end
Value PORT Value PORT
0 NONE 47 SLOT 1
1 Input 1 48 2
2 2 49 3
3 3 50 4
4 4 51 Output 1
5 5 52 2
6 6 53 3
7 7 54 4
8 8 55 5
9ST IN 1L 56 6
10 1R 57 7
11 2L 58 8
12 2R 59 9
13 SD IN L 60 10
14 R 61 11
15 YDIF 1 62 12
16 2 63 13
17 3 64 14
18 4 65 15
19 5 66 16
20 6
21 7
22 8
23 9
24 10
25 11
26 12
27 13
28 14
29 15
30 16
31 DANTE 1
32 2
33 3
34 4
35 5
36 6
37 7
38 8
39 9
40 10
41 11
42 12
43 13
44 14
45 15
46 16
6.2.8.2. MY4-AEC FBS
Width
Value Displayed value
0 1/10oct
1 1/60oct
2 1/93oct
Depth
Value Displayed value
0 -6dB
1 -12dB
2 -18dB
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.3. Other parameters (MRX7-D)
6.3.1. Ambient Noise Compensator
Ratio
Same as 6.2.4.3. ANC ANC Ratio in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.2. Auto Gain Control
Response Type
Same as 6.2.2.4. AGC Response Time in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.3. Combiner
6.3.3.1. Room Combiner
Source
Value Displayed value
0 BGM1
1 BGM2
2 BGM3
3 BGM4
6.3.3.2. Room Combiner plus Automixer
Source
Same as 6.3.3.1. Room Combiner Source in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Mode
Same as 6.2.2.5. DUGAN AUTOMIXER Mode in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Weight
Same as 6.2.2.5. DUGAN AUTOMIXER Weight in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.4. Dynamics
6.3.4.1. Compressor
Ratio
Same as 6.2.2.3. COMPRESSOR Ratio in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Knee
Same as 6.2.2.3. COMPRESSOR Knee in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Release
Same as 6.2.2.3. GATE Decay in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Keyin(Mono)
Value Displayed value
0 SELF
1 KEYIN
Keyin(Stereo)
Value Displayed value
2 L
3 R
4 LR BOTH
5 KEYIN
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.3.4.2. Gate/Ducking
Release
Same as 6.2.2.3. GATE Decay in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Decay
Same as 6.2.2.3. GATE Decay in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Hold
Same as 6.2.2.3. GATE Hold in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Keyin(Mono)
Same as 6.3.4.1. Compressor Keyin(Mono)
Keyin(Stereo)
Same as 6.3.4.1. Compressor Keyin(Stereo)
6.3.4.3. Limiter
Release
Same as 6.2.2.3. GATE Decay in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Keyin(Mono)
Same as 6.3.4.1. Compressor Keyin(Mono)
Keyin(Stereo)
Same as 6.3.4.1. Compressor Keyin(Stereo)
6.3.4.4. Paging Ducker
Range
Same as 6.2.4.1. PAGING Range in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.3.5. Effect
Type
Same as 6.2.3. EFFECT Type in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
RevHallTime/RevStageTime
Same as 6.2.3. EFFECT RevHallTime/RevStageTime in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
KaraokeTime/VocalTime
Value Time(msec) Value Time(msec) Value Time(msec) Value Time(msec) Value Time(msec)
0 0.4 52 163.8 104 327.6 156 535.9 208 779.7
1 3.2 53 167.0 105 330.7 157 540.6 209 784.4
2 6.4 54 170.1 106 333.9 158 545.3 210 789.1
3 9.5 55 173.3 107 337.0 159 550.0 211 793.8
4 12.7 56 176.4 108 340.2 160 554.7 212 798.4
5 15.8 57 179.6 109 343.3 161 559.4 213 803.1
6 19.0 58 182.7 110 346.5 162 564.1 214 807.8
7 22.1 59 185.9 111 349.6 163 568.8 215 812.5
8 25.3 60 189.0 112 352.8 164 573.4 216 817.2
928.4 61 192.2 113 355.9 165 578.1 217 821.9
10 31.6 62 195.3 114 359.1 166 582.8 218 826.6
11 34.7 63 198.5 115 362.2 167 587.5 219 831.3
12 37.9 64 201.6 116 365.4 168 592.2 220 835.9
13 41.0 65 204.8 117 368.5 169 596.9 221 840.6
14 44.2 66 207.9 118 371.7 170 601.6 222 845.3
15 47.3 67 211.1 119 374.8 171 606.3 223 850.0
16 50.5 68 214.2 120 378.0 172 610.9 224 854.7
17 53.6 69 217.4 121 381.1 173 615.6 225 859.4
18 56.8 70 220.5 122 384.3 174 620.3 226 864.1
19 59.9 71 223.7 123 387.4 175 625.0 227 868.8
20 63.1 72 226.8 124 390.6 176 629.7 228 873.4
21 66.2 73 230.0 125 393.7 177 634.4 229 878.1
22 69.4 74 233.1 126 396.9 178 639.1 230 882.8
23 72.5 75 236.3 127 400.0 179 643.8 231 887.5
24 75.7 76 239.4 128 404.7 180 648.4 232 892.2
25 78.8 77 242.6 129 409.4 181 653.1 233 896.9
26 82.0 78 245.7 130 414.1 182 657.8 234 901.6
27 85.1 79 248.9 131 418.8 183 662.5 235 906.3
28 88.3 80 252.0 132 423.4 184 667.2 236 910.9
29 91.4 81 255.2 133 428.1 185 671.9 237 915.6
30 94.6 82 258.3 134 432.8 186 676.6 238 920.3
31 97.7 83 261.5 135 437.5 187 681.3 239 925.0
32 100.9 84 264.6 136 442.2 188 685.9 240 929.7
33 104.0 85 267.7 137 446.9 189 690.6 241 934.4
34 107.2 86 270.9 138 451.6 190 695.3 242 939.1
35 110.3 87 274.0 139 456.3 191 700.0 243 943.8
36 113.5 88 277.2 140 460.9 192 704.7 244 948.4
37 116.6 89 280.3 141 465.6 193 709.4 245 953.1
38 119.8 90 283.5 142 470.3 194 714.1 246 957.8
39 122.9 91 286.6 143 475.0 195 718.8 247 962.5
40 126.1 92 289.8 144 479.7 196 723.4 248 967.2
41 129.2 93 292.9 145 484.4 197 728.1 249 971.9
42 132.4 94 296.1 146 489.1 198 732.8 250 976.6
43 135.5 95 299.2 147 493.8 199 737.5 251 981.3
44 138.6 96 302.4 148 498.4 200 742.2 252 985.9
45 141.8 97 305.5 149 503.1 201 746.9 253 990.6
46 144.9 98 308.7 150 507.8 202 751.6 254 995.3
47 148.1 99 311.8 151 512.5 203 756.3 255 1000.0
48 151.2 100 315.0 152 517.2 204 760.9
49 154.4 101 318.1 153 521.9 205 765.6
50 157.5 102 321.3 154 526.6 206 770.3
51 160.7 103 324.4 155 531.3 207 775.0
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.3.6. EQ
6.3.6.1. GEQ
Q
Same as 6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ Q in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.6.2. PEQ
Q
Same as 6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ Q in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
B/W(Q)
Same as 6.2.6.1. 4BAND EQ B/W(Q) in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Type
Same as 6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ Type in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.7. Filter
6.3.7.1. HPF/LPF/BPF
Filter Type
Same as 6.2.6.2. SPEAKER PROCESSOR HPF/LPF Type in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.8. Mixer
6.3.8.1. Dugan Automixer
Mode
Same as 6.2.2.5. DUGAN AUTOMIXER Mode in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Weight
Same as 6.2.2.5. DUGAN AUTOMIXER Weight in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Group(2 - 4 Channel)
Value Displayed value
0 a
1 b
Group(5 - 8 Channel)
Value Displayed value
0 a
1 b
2c
3 d
Group(9 - 24 Channnel)
Value Displayed value
0 a
1 b
2c
3 d
4e
5 f
6 g
7h
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6. Parameter Value Details
6.3.9. Oscillator
Waveform
Same as 6.2.5.2. OSCILLATOR Waveform in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.10. Paging
Range
Same as 6.2.4.1. PAGING Range in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.11. Speech Privacy
Select Type
Value Displayed value
0 Forest
1 Seashore
2 Street
3 Building
6.3.12. Speaker Processor
HPF/LPF Type
Same as 6.2.6.2. SPEAKER PROCESSOR HPF/LPF Type in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
PEQ Q
Same as 6.2.2.1. 3BAND EQ Q in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
PEQ B/WQ
Same as 6.2.6.1. 4BAND EQ B/W(Q) in "Other Parameters (MRX7-D)"
PEQ Type
Same as 6.2.6.2. SPEAKER PROCESSOR PEQ Type in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Limiter Release
Same as 6.2.2.2. GATE Decay in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Limiter Attack/Release Mode
Same as 6.2.6.2. SPEAKER PROCESSOR Limiter Attack/Release Mode in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
6.3.13. MY4-AEC (MTX5-D only)
6.3.13.1. MY4-AEC FBS
Width
Same as 6.2.8.2. MY4-AEC FBS Width in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
Depth
Same as 6.2.8.2. MY4-AEC FBS Depth in "Other Parameters (MTX3,MTX5-D)"
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7. Parameter List
7.1. MTX3/MTX5-D
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o o 512 50000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0 INPUT PORT
INTERNAL
HA
Internal
Head Amp
8ch AD
Ch Gain -6 66 dB
o o 1 +48V OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o o
50001 0 0-2 0 0 0 INPUT
PORT
SETUP
Internal
ST input
3ch AD
Port
Summing
STEREO
SUM - 0:STEREO
1:SUM
* Not saved to
presets
o
20001 0 0 0-21
(0-7:1-8ch
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:9-16Ch
"DIRECT INPUT
CH")
0 0 INPUT PATCH INPUT
PATCH
InputPatch
30(62)
Input x
22(30)
Output
In Patch NONE YDIF
IN 16
(SLOT
16)
- * See "6.2.1.
INPUT
PATCH" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o20003 0-7
(1-8ch)
o
20004 0-21
(0-7:9-16ch
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:17-24Ch
"DIRECT INPUT
CH")
o 20002 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0
INPUT
CHANNEL
INPUT
CHANNEL
CH
1-8(16)
GAIN/
HPF
PreInput
Section
In Phase OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 20005
o20006 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 20002 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 1 0
D.Gain
-96.0 24.0 dB dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x
10 = -145
o 20005
o20006 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 20002 1 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0 HPF
Frequency
20.0 20.0k Hz Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz
x 1000 =
1000000
o 20005
o20006 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 20002 1 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 1 0 On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 20005
o20006 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 20004 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0-2
(0:Band A
1:Band B
2:Band C)
0 0 3BAND
EQ
PEQ
8(16)
Channel 3
Band
PEQ Q(*) 63.0 0.1 - * Valid only for
PEQ
* See "6.2.2.1.
3BAND EQ" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o 20007
o
20008 0-7
(9-16ch)
o20004 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
1 0
Frequency
20.0(*) 20.0k Hz
* (100 : Other
than Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
o20007
o20008 0-7
(9-16ch)
o20004 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
2 0
Gain(*)
-18.0 18.0 dB
* Not adjustable
for HPF/LPF
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x 10
= -145
o20007
o20008 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 20004 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
3 0
Bypass
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 20007
o20008 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 20004 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0, 2
(0:Band A
2:Band C)
4 0 Type PEQ LPF - * See "6.2.2.1.
3BAND EQ" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o 20007
o20008 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 20004 1 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0
Property
PEQOn
OFF ON - 0:ON
1:OFF
o 20007
o20008 0-7
(9-16ch)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o 512 40002 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0
INPUT
CHANNEL
INPUT
CHANNEL
CH
1-8(16)
GATE Gate
8(16)
Channel
Dyn
Threshold
-72 0 dB
o 40000
o40001 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40002 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 1 0 Range -70 0 dB
o 40000
o40001 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40002 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 2 0 Attack 0 120 ms
o 40000
o40001 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40002 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 3 0 Decay 3.2m
42.600
s* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o 40000
o40001 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40002 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 4 0 Hold 0.02m 1.96 s* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o 40000
o40001 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40002 1 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0 ON On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 40000
o40001 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0
COMPRESSOR
Compressor
8(16)
Channel
Dyn
Threshold
-54 0 dB
o 40002
o40003 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 1 0 Ratio 1.0:1 ∞:1 -
* See "6.2.2.3.
COMPRESSOR"
in "6. Parameter
Values"
o 40002
o40003 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 2 0 Knee HARD 5 -
* See "6.2.2.3.
COMPRESSOR"
in "6. Parameter
Values"
o 40002
o40003 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 3 0 Attack 0 120 ms
o 40002
o40003 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 4 0
Release
3.2m
42.600
s
* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" / Decay
in "6. Parameter
Values"
o 40002
o40003 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 5 0 Gain 0.0 18.0 dB dB x 10
ex. 5.2dB x 10
= 52
o 40002
o40003 0-7
(9-16ch)
o 40000 1 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0 ON On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 40002
o40003 0-7
(9-16ch)
o40005 0 0-3
(1-4ch)
0 0 0 FBS
Feedback
Suppressor
4(8)
Channel
Dynamic
Auto
Detect
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o40004 0-7
(1-8ch)
o
40005 0 0-3
(1-4ch)
0 1 0 Clear OFF ON -
Write 1 to start
the clear process.
When the process
nishes, the value
automatically
returns to 0.
o
40004 0-7
(1-8ch)
o40005 1 0-3
(1-4ch)
0-6
(Freq1-7)
0 0
DynFilter
Frequency
20.0 20.0k Hz read-only
parameter
o40004 0-7
(1-8ch)
o40005 2 0-3
(1-4ch)
0 0 0 Fixed On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o40004 0-7
(1-8ch)
o40005 2 0-3
(1-4ch)
0 1 0 Detect OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o40004 0-7
(1-8ch)
o
40005 2 0-3
(1-4ch)
0 2 0 Clear OFF ON -
Write 1 to start
the clear process.
When the process
nishes, the value
automatically
returns to 0.
o
40004 0-7
(1-8ch)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o512 40005 3 0-3
(1-4ch)
0-6
(Freq1-7)
0 0
INPUT
CHANNEL
INPUT
CHANNEL
CH
1-8(16)
FBS
Feedback
Suppressor
4(8)
Channel
Fixed
Filter
Frequency
20.0 20.0k Hz Readable.
Writing is also
possible.
o40004 0-7
(1-8ch)
o40004 0 0-3
(1-4ch)
0 0 0 AGC AutoGain
Control
4(8)
Channel
Compensator
Response
Time
100m 5.0 s* See "6.2.2.4.
AGC" in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o40005 0-7
(1-8ch)
o40004 0-3
(1-4ch)
1 Level 1 5 -
o40005 0-7
(1-8ch)
o40004 0-3
(1-4ch)
2 Noise
Gate
On
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o40005 0-7
(1-8ch)
o40004 1 0-3
(1-4ch)
0 0 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o40005 0-7
(1-8ch)
o
60000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0
INPUT
CHANNEL
LEVEL
Fader
8(16)
Channel
Fader Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
0-15
(1-16ch)
o60001 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o0-15
(1-16ch)
o70000 0 0-7
(1-8ch)
0 0 0 Channel
Name
Channel
Name
8(16)
Channel
ChName
Name Charactor
(UTF-8)
48byte
- Notication
only
o0-15
(1-16ch)
o
20033 0 0-15
(1-16ch)
0 0 0 Insert Insert
with MY
card 16
Channel
Insert Insert OFF ON -CH * Ins.Out
->SLOT OUT *
CH * Ins.In ->
SLOT In *
o o
30000 0 0-5
(STIN1L-
3R)
0 0 0 STEREO
INPUT
CHANNEL
STIN
1L-3R
GAIN/
HPF
Digital
Gain 6
Channel
Ch
D.Gain
-96.0 24.0 dB dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x
10 = -145
o o
30001 0 0-5
(STIN1L-
3R)
0-2
(0:Band A
1:Band B
2:Band C)
0 0 3BAND
EQ
PEQ 6
Channel 3
Band
PEQ Q(*) 63.0 0.1 - * See "6.2.2.1.
3BAND EQ" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o o
0 1 0
Frequency
20.0(*) 20.0k Hz
*(100 : Other
than Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
o o
0 2 0
Gain(*)
-18.0 18.0 dB * Not adjustable
for HPF/LPF
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x
10 = -145
o o 0 3 0
Bypass
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o o
0 0, 2
(0:Band A
2:Band C)
4 0 Type PEQ LPF - * See "6.2.2.1.
3BAND EQ" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o o 1 0 0 0
Property
PEQOn
OFF ON - 0:ON
1:OFF
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o 512 40001 0 0-3
(STIN1L-
2R)
0 0 0
INPUT
CHANNEL
STEREO
INPUT
CHANNEL
STIN
1L-3R
COMPRESSOR
Compressor
4 Channel
Dyn
Threshold
-54 0 dB
o 40006
o40001 0 0 1 0 Ratio 1.0:1 ∞:1 -
* See "6.2.2.3.
COMPRESSOR"
in "6. Parameter
Values"
o40006
o40001 0 0 2 0 Knee HARD 5 -
* See "6.2.2.3.
COMPRESSOR"
in "6. Parameter
Values"
o40006
o 40001 0 0 3 0 Attack 0 120 ms
o 40006
o40001 0 0 4 0
Release
3.2m
42.600
s
* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" / Decay
in "6. Parameter
Values"
o40006
o40001 0 0 5 0 Gain 0.0 18.0 dB dB x 10
ex. 5.2dB x 10
= 52
o40006
o 40001 1 0 0 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 40006
o40003 0 0-3
(STIN1L-
2R)
0 0 0 AGC AutoGain
Control
4 Channel
Compensator
Response
Time
100m 5.0 s
* See "6.2.2.4.
AGC" in "6.
Parameter Values"
o40007
o 40003 0 0 1 0 Level 1 5 -
o 40007
o 40003 0 0 2 0
Noise
GateOn
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 40007
o 40003 1 0 0 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 40007
o
60000 0 8-13
(ST IN
1L-ST
IN 3R)
0 0 0
INPUT
CHANNEL
LEVEL
Fader 6
Channel
Fader Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
16-21
(ST1L-
ST3R)
o
60001 0 8-13
(ST1L-
ST3R)
0 0 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
16-21
(ST1L-
ST3R)
o o
70004 0 0-5
(ST1L-
ST3R)
0 0 0 Channel
Name
Channel
Name 3
Channel
ChName
Name Charactor
(UTF-8)
48byte
- Notication
only
o
60000 0 14-21
(9-16Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
0 0 0 DIRECT
INPUT
CHANNEL
CH 9 - 16
(17 - 24)
INPUT
CHANNEL
LEVEL
Fader 8
Channel
Fader Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
22-29
(17-24Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
o
60001 0 14-21
(9-16Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
0 0 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
22-29
(17-24Ch
"DIRECT
INPUT
CH")
o70000 0 8-15
(9-16ch)
0 0 0 Channel
Name
Channel
Name 8
Channel
ChName
Name Charactor
(UTF-8)
48byte
- Notication
Only
o70003 0-7
(17-24ch)
0 0 0
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o512 20008 0 0-3
(Fx.RTN1L
- 2R)
0 0 0
INPUT
CHANNEL
EFFECT
ST
RETURN
1L-2R
EFFECT
ST
RETURN
Fader 4
Channel
Fader Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
o20014
o 20008 1 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 20014
o o
70004 0 6-7
(FxRtn1,
FxRtn2)
0 0 0 Channel
Name
Channel
Name 2
Channel
ChName
Name Charactor
(UTF-8)
48byte
-
o
60000 1 0-21
(0-7:1-8ch
8-13:ST1L-ST3R
14-21:9-16Ch
"DIRECT INPUT
CH")
0-7
(A-H)
0 0 INPUT
CHANNEL
DCA
INPUT
CHANNEL
DCA
INPUT
CHANNEL
DCA
DCA
Assign
Assign
On
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
0-29
(0-15:1-16ch
16-21:ST1L-ST3R
22-29:17-24Ch
"DIRECT INPUT
CH")
o o
2 0
Group
Master
Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
60001 1 0-21
(0-7:1-8ch
8-13:ST1L-ST3R
14-21:9-16Ch
"DIRECT INPUT
CH")
0-7
(A-H)
0 0 INPUT
CHANNEL
MUTE
INPUT
CHANNEL
MUTE
DCA Mute DCA
Assign
Assign
On
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
0-29
(0-15:1-16ch
16-21:ST1L-ST3R
22-29:17-24Ch
"DIRECT INPUT
CH")
o o 2 0
Group
Master
MuteOn
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
50011 0 0 0-1
(0:a
1:b)
0 0 Dugan
Auto Mixer
Dugan
AUTO
MIXER
Auto Mixer
4 (8)
Channel
Master
Override
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
0-3
(0:a
1:b
2:c
3:d)
o
0-1
(0:a
1:b)
1 Mute OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
0-3
(0:a
1:b
2:c
3:d)
o1 0-3
(0-3:CH1-4)
0 0 Ch Mode* Mute Auto -
* See "6.2.2.5.
DUGAN
AUTOMIXER" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o0-7
(0-7:CH1-8)
o0-3
(0-3:CH1-4)
1
Weight
-100.0 15.0 dB
* See "6.2.2.5.
DUGAN
AUTOMIXER" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o0-7
(0-7:CH1-8)
o0-3
(0-3:CH1-4)
2
Group*
a b -
* See "6.2.2.5.
DUGAN
AUTOMIXER" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o0-7
(0-7:CH1-8)
d
o0-3
(0-3:CH1-4)
3
Override
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o0-7
(0-7:CH1-8)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o512 20006 0 0-1
(Effect1-2)
0 1 0 EFFECT EFFECT Effect Effect Type
Reverb
Hall
Vocal
Echo
-
* See "6.2.3.
EFFECT" in "6.
Parameter Values"
o20013
o20006 1 0
Simple
Effect
RevHall
Time
0.3 10.0 s
* See "6.2.3.
EFFECT" in "6.
Parameter Values"
o20013
o20006 1
RevStage
Time
0.3 10.0 s
* See "6.2.3.
EFFECT" in "6.
Parameter Values"
o20013
o20006 2
Karaoke
Time
0.4 400 ms
* See "6.2.3.
EFFECT" in "6.
Parameter Values"
o20013
o20006 3 Vocal
Time
0.4 400 ms
* See "6.2.3.
EFFECT" in "6.
Parameter Values"
o20013
o
30002 1 0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16
22-25:FxRt1L-2R)
0-7
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
0 0 MATRIX MATRIX
SEND
MATRIX
(ZONE
OUT
MONO)
26(34)
Input x
8(16)
Output
Ch Level -∞ 0.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
When Input
channels are
set as Stereo,
Send to Matrix
parameters for
Stereo Input
channels are
linked.
o
1 0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24
30-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-15
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
0 0
o
1 0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16
22-25:FxRt1L-2R)
0-7
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
1 0 On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
When Input
channels are
set as Stereo,
Send to Matrix
parameters for
Stereo Input
channels are
linked.
o
1 0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24
30-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-15
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
1 0
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o
512 30002 1 0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16
22-25:FxRt1L-2R)
0-7
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
0 0 MATRIX MATRIX
SEND
MATRIX
(ZONE
OUT
STEREO)
26(34)
Input x
8(16)
Output
Ch Level -∞ 0.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
When Input
channels are
set as Mono,
Send to
Stereo Matrix
parameters
for Mono Input
channels (i.e.
two parameters
in total) are
linked.
When Input
channels are
set as Stereo,
Send to
Stereo Matrix
parameters for
Stereo Input
channels (i.e.
four parameters
in total) are
linked.
o
1 0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24
30-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-15
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
0 0
o
1 0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16
22-25:FxRt1L-2R)
0-7
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
1 0 On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
When Input
channels are
set as Mono,
Send to
Stereo Matrix
parameters
for Mono Input
channels (i.e.
two parameters
in total) are
linked.
When Input
channels are
set as Stereo,
Send to
Stereo Matrix
parameters for
Stereo Input
channels (i.e.
four parameters
in total) are
linked.
o
1 0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24
30-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-15
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
1 0
o
1 0-25
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16
22-25:FxRt1L-2R)
0-7
(MATRIX1-8
SEND)
2 0 Pan L63 R63 - -63 :L63
0:C
63:R63
e.g. L31 = -31
Valid only for
odd channels
and available
only when
destination
Matrix channels
are paired.
o
1 0-33
(0-15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24
30-33:FxRt1L-2R)
0-15
(MATRIX1-16
SEND)
2 0
o
20010 0 0-21
(0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16)
0-3
(0:FX 1 SEND
1:FX 2 SEND
2:ANC 1 SEND
3:ANC 2 SEND)
0 0 FX/ANC
SEND
Matrix
Mixer
22(30)
Input 4
Output
Ch Level -∞ 0.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
20017 0 0-29
(0- 15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24)
o
20010 0 0-21
( 0- 7:CH1-8
8-13:STIN1L-3R
14-21:CH9-16 )
1 0 On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
20017 0 0-29
(0- 15:CH1-16
16-21:STIN1L-3R
22-29:CH17-24)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o
512 50013 0 0 0-4
(0:1st MIC
1:MIC 2
2:MIC 3
3:MIC 4
4:SD)
0 0 ZONE ZONE
OUT
1-8(16)
PAGING Router 48
Input 6
Output
In Patch None ANC
BUS 2
- * See "6.2.4.1.
PAGING" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o 50012 0 0 0 0 0 PAGING
16ch
On On OFF ON -
o
2 0 0 0 Gain Range -∞ 0.0 dB * See "6.2.4.1.
PAGING" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o
1 Attack 0.0 10.0 ss x 10
ex. 5.3s x 10
= 53
o
2
Release
0.0 10.0 ss x 10
ex. 5.3s x 10
= 53
o
90-15
(ZONE1-16)
0-23
(ZONE
GROUP1-24)
0 Zone
Group
ZoneOn
OFF ON -
o
20011 0 0 0-7
(0:ZONE1
2nd
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE
:
7:ZONE8
2nd
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE)
0 0
2nd
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE
In Patch None ANC
BUS 2
-
* See "6.2.4.2.
1st/2nd
PRIORITY" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o
20018
o 20012 0 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0 0 0 PRIORITY
DUCKER
Dyn
Threshold
-54 0 dB
o 20019
o 20012 1 Range -70 0 dB
o 20019
o 20012 2 Attack 0 240 ms
o 20019
o20012 3
Release
3.2m
42.600
s* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" /
Decay in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o20019
o20012 4 Hold 0.02m 1.96 s* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o20019
o
20012 1 0
Source
Level -∞ 0.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
20019
o 20012 1 On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 20019
o
20011 0 0 8-15
(8:ZONE1
1st
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE
:
15:ZONE8
1st
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE)
0 0
1st
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
SOURCE
In Patch None ANC
BUS 2
- * See "6.2.4.2.
1st/2nd
PRIORITY" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o
20018
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o 512 20013 0 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0 0 0 ZONE ZONE
OUT
1-8(16)
1st
PRIORITY
PRIORITY
DUCKER
Dyn
Threshold
-54 0 dB
o 20020
o 20013 1 Range -70 0 dB
o 20020
o 20013 2 Attack 0 240 ms
o 20020
o20013 3
Release
3.2m
42.600
s* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" /
Decay in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o20020
o20013 4 Hold 0.02m 1.96 s* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o20020
o
20013 1 0
Source
Level -∞ 0.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
20020
o 20013 1 On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 20020
o
20011 0 0 16-23
(16:ZONE1
ANC
AMBIENT
SOURCE
:
23:ZONE8
ANC
AMBIENT
SOURCE)
0 0 ANC ANC
SOURCE
In Patch None ANC
BUS 2
- * See "6.2.4.2.
1st/2nd
PRIORITY" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o
20018
o
20014 0 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0 0 0
Ambient
Noise
Compensator
8 Channel
Ambient
Threshold
-∞ 0.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
20021
o
20014 1 0 Gap
Threshold
-∞ 0.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
20021
o20014 1 Time 0.1 5.0 ssec x 10
ex. 3.8sec x 10
= 38
o20021
o20014 2 0
Program
Max
Gain
0.0 18.0 dB dB x 10
ex. 5.2dB x 10
= 52
o20021
o20014 1 Min
Gain
-18.0 0.0 dB dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x
10 = -145
o20021
o20014 2 Ratio 0.5:1 2.0:1 - * See "6.2.4.3.
ANC" in "6.
Parameter
Values"
o20021
o 20014 3
Response
Time
1 60 s
o 20021
o 20014 3 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o 20021
o
60002 0 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0 0 0
MATRIX
OUTPUT
MASTER
Fader
8(16)
Channel
Fader Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
0-15
(ZONE1-16)
o60003 0 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0 0 0 On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o0-15
(ZONE1-16)
o o 70001 0 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0 0 0 Channel
Name
Channel
Name
8(16)
Channel
ChName
Name Charactor
(UTF-8)
48byte
- Notication
Only
o70005 0-7
(ZONE9-16)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o512 60002 1 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0-7
(A-H)
0 0 ZONE ZONE
DCA/
MUTE
1-8(16)
ZONE
OUT
DCA
DCA
Fader
8(16)
Channel
DCA
Assign
Assign
On
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o0-15
(ZONE1-16)
o o
2 0 0-7
(A-H)
0
Group
Master
Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o60003 1 0-7
(ZONE1-8)
0-7
(A-H)
0 0 ZONE
OUT
MUTE
DCA Mute
8(16)
Channel
DCA
Assign
Assign
On
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o0-15
(ZONE1-16)
o o 2 0 0-7
(A-H)
0
Group
Master
MuteOn
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o20016 1 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0 0 ROUTER
ROUTOR
Bus Out
Router
24(32)
Input x
8(16)
Output
In Patch NONE YDIF
OUT
16
- * See "6.2.5.1.
ROUTER" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o20023 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20016 1 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0
OSCILLATOR
OSC
Patch
On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o20023 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o o
50002 0 0
0
0 0
OSCILLATOR
Oscillator
Mono
Oscillator
Level -∞ 0 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o o 1 On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o o
2
Vari
Frequency
20.0(*) 20.0k Hz
Hz
x
1000
ex. 1000Hz
x
1000 = 1000000
o o
3
Wave
form(*)
-
* See "6.2.5.2.
OSCILLATOR"
in "6. Parameter
Values"
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o
512 20017 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0 0 0
OUTPUT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
CH STRIP
1-8(16)
(1way/2way)
OUTPUT
CHANNEL
LEVEL
Fader
8(16)
Channel
Fader Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
20024 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20017 1 0-7
(OUT1-8)
On On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o20024 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o o 70002 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0 0 0 Channel
Name
Channel
Name
8(16)
Channel
ChName
Name Charactor
(UTF-8)
48byte
- Notication
Only
o70006 0-7
(OUT9-16)
o20018 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0 0 0 DELAY Delay
8(16)
Channel
Delay On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o20025 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20018 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
1 Delay
Time
0.00
1000.00
ms ms x 100
ex. 102.80ms x
100 = 10280
o20025 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20019 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0-3
(0:Band A
1:Band B
2:Band C
3:Band D)
0 0 4BAND
EQ
PEQ
8(16)
Channel 4
Band
PEQ Q(*) 63.0 0.1 - * See "6.2.2.1.
3BAND EQ" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o20026 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20019 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
1 0
Frequency
20.0(*) 20.0k Hz
*(100 : Other
than Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x
1000 = 1000000
o20026 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20019 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
2 0
Gain(*)
-18.0 18.0 dB * Not adjustable
for HPF/LPF
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x
10 = -145
o20026 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20019 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
3 0
Bypass
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o20026 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20019 0 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0, 3
(0:Band A
3:Band D)
4 0 Type PEQ LPF - * See "6.2.2.1.
3BAND EQ" in
"6. Parameter
Values"
o20026 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o20019 1 0-7
(OUT1-8)
0 0 0
Property
PEQOn
OFF ON - 0:ON
1:OFF
o20026 0-15
(OUT1-16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
1 0 0 0 0
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR
Speaker
Processor
1 Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
congurable
through
MTX Editor
software.
Delay On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
1 0 0 1 0 Delay
Time
0.00
500.00
ms ms x 100
ex. 102.80ms x
100 = 10280
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o
512
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
2 0 0 2 0
OUTPUT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
CH STRIP
1-8(16)
(1way/2way)
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR
Speaker
Processor
1 Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
congurable
through
MTX Editor
software.
Band
LPF
Frequency
20.0 20.0k Hz Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz
x 1000 =
1000000
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
2 0 0 3 0
HPF
Frequency
20.0 20.0k Hz Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz
x 1000 =
1000000
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
2 0 0 4 0
LPFType
Thru
48dB/
Oct
Linkwitz
-
* See "6.2.6.2.
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
2 0 0 5 0
HPFType
Thru
48dB/
Oct
Linkwitz
-
* See "6.2.6.2.
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
2 0 0 6 0
LPFGc(*)
-6 6 dB *Valid only for
AdjustGc
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
2 0 0 7 0
HPFGc(*)
-6 6 dB *Valid only for
AdjustGc
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
2 0 0 8 0
Polarity
NORMAL
INVERTED
- 0:NORMAL
1:INVERTED
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o
512
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
4 0 0-5
(0:Band A
1:Band B
2:Band C
3:Band D
4:Band E
5:Band F)
0 0
OUTPUT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
CH STRIP
1-8(16)
(1way/2way)
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR
Speaker
Processor
1 Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
congurable
through
MTX Editor
software.
PEQ Q(*) 63.0 0.1 - * See "6.2.2.1.
3BAND EQ" in
"7. Parameter
Values"
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
4 0 1 0
Frequency
20.0(*) 20.0k Hz
*(For 500 : HORN EQ
100 : Other than
Band A)
Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz x 1000 =
1000000
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
4 0 2 0
Gain(*)
-18.0 18.0 dB * Not
adjustable for
HPF/LPF/APF
1st/APF 2nd
dB x 10
ex. -14.5dB x
10 = -145
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
4 0 3 0
Bypass
OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
4 0 4 0 Type PEQ Horn
EQ
-
* See "6.2.6.2.
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
5 0 0 0 0 Limiter
Threshold
-54 0 dB
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
5 0 0 1 0 Attack 0.0 120.0 ms ms x 10
ex. 24.5ms x
10 = 245
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
5 0 0 2 0
Release
3.2m
42.600
s
* See "6.2.2.2.
GATE" / Decay
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o
512
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
5 0 0 3 0
OUTPUT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
CH STRIP
1-8(16)
(1way/2way)
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR
Speaker
Processor
1 Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
congurable
through
MTX Editor
software.
Limiter On OFF ON - 0:OFF
1:ON
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
5 0 0 4 0 Attack
Mode
Fast
Manual
-
* See "6.2.6.2.
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
5 0 0 5 0
Release
Mode
Fast
Manual
-
* See "6.2.6.2.
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
6 0 0 0 0 Out Level -∞ 10.00 dB dB x 100
ex.-73.60dB x
100 = -7360
"setr" command
is available for
this parameter
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
6 0 0 1 0 Mute
UNMUTED
MUTED
- 0:UNMUTED
1:MUTED
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
o
40006-40013
(40006:OUT1
40007:OUT2
: :
40013:OUT8)
6 0 0 2 0
PEQOn
OFF ON - 0:ON
1:OFF
o
40008-40023
(40008:OUT1
40009:OUT2
: :
40023:OUT16)
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7. Parameter List
Model Access ID
Category Parameter Name MIN MAX unit Remarks
MTX3
MTX5-D
MemNo
(Memory
Number)
UniqueId
ElmNo
(Element
Number)
Xpos
(X Position)
Ypos
(Y Position)
PrmNo
(Parameter
Number)
IndexNo
(Index
Number)
o
512
40014-40017
(40014:OUT1
40015:OUT3
: :
40017:OUT7)
1 0-1
(0:LOW
1:HIGH)
0 0 0
OUTPUT
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
CH STRIP
1-8(16)
(1way/2way)
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR
Speaker
Processor
2 Way
*Speaker
Processor
type (1 Way
or 2 Way) is
congurable
through
MTX Editor
software.
Delay On OFF ON - 0:ON
1:OFF
o
40024-40031
(40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
: :
40031:OUT15)
o
40014-40017
(40014:OUT1
40015:OUT3
: :
40017:OUT7)
1 0 1 0 Delay 0.00
500.00
ms ms x 100
ex. 102.80ms x
100 = 10280
o
40024-40031
(40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
: :
40031:OUT15)
o
40014-40017
(40014:OUT1
40015:OUT3
: :
40017:OUT7)
2 0
(0:LOW)
0 2 0 Band
LPF
Frequency
20.0 20.0k Hz Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz
x 1000 =
1000000
o
40024-40031
(40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
: :
40031:OUT15)
o
40014-40017
(40014:OUT1
40015:OUT3
: :
40017:OUT7)
2 0-1
(0:LOW
1:HIGH)
0 3 0
HPF
Frequency
20.0 20.0k Hz Hz x 1000
ex. 1000Hz
x 1000 =
1000000
o
40024-40031
(40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
: :
40031:OUT15)
o
40014-40017
(40014:OUT1
40015:OUT3
: :
40017:OUT7)
2 0
(0:LOW)
0 4 0
LPFType
Thru
48dB/
Oct
Linkwitz
-
* See "6.2.6.2.
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40024-40031
(40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
: :
40031:OUT15)
o
40014-40017
(40014:OUT1
40015:OUT3
: :
40017:OUT7)
2 0-1
(0:LOW
1:HIGH)
0 5 0
HPFType
Thru
48dB/
Oct
Linkwitz
-
* See "6.2.6.2.
SPEAKER
PROCESSOR"
in "7. Parameter
Values"
o
40024-40031
(40024:OUT1
40025:OUT3
: :
40031:OUT15)
o
40014-40017
(40014:OUT1
40015:OUT3