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Owner’s Manual
EKeep This Manual For Future Reference.
The Owner’s Manual Revisions
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 Powered Mixer. Parts of the EMX5000-20, EMX5000-12 owner’s
manual have been revised. Please refer to the following revisions rather than the corresponding sections of the original owner’s
manual.
P.14
■ POWER amp section
X LIMITER indicator
If the output level of signals received at the SPEAKERS
jacks (output of the internal power amplifier) reaches
maximum, the indicator will light.
P.15
■ Other indicators and controls
^ Level Meter
This LED display shows the
level of signals received at the
ST OUT jack (input/output
panel 0).
P.18
Rear panel
3 SPEAKERS (speaker output) jacks
These jacks are used to connect speakers.
Jacks 1 are Speakon-type connectors. Use only Neutrik
NL4FC plugs for connecting Speakon connectors.
Jacks 2 are 1/4”phone jacks. The setting of the control
panel power amp select switch Y will determine the signal that is output to these jacks, and the number and
appropriate impedance of the speakers that can be connected.
P.33
Block/Level Diagram
Power Amplifier output section level diagram (bottom right)
These plots show the nominal output and maximum output
levels of signals received at the SPEAKERS jacks. If the output
level is +4dB (Level Meter “0”), the internal power amplifier
will deliver 100W into a 4Ω load. If the output level is +11dB
(LIMITER indicator lights), the internal amplifier will deliver
a maximum of 500W into 4Ω.
E
Caution: If the LIMITER indicator flashes continuously, the internal power amplifier section is being excessively overloaded and may malfunction. Reduce the
output level at the ST OUT fader (K) below the level
that the indicator flashes only briefly on the highest
transient peaks.
Note: The SPEAKERS 1 & 2 jacks (rear panel 3) output the signals received at the ST OUT jack via the internal power amplifier. Check the output signal level via
the LIMITER indicator (X). The LIMITER indicator
will light before the Level Meter “8” or “PEAK” LED
light.
X
`
2–
2+
1+
1–
Neutrik NL4FC
CHANNEL A
STEREO/PARALLEL BRIDGE
1+ A+
1– A–
2+ B+
2– B–
CHANNEL B
1+ B+
1– B–
1+ +
1–
2+ –
2–
+30dB
+20dB
+10dB
0dB
PA
+11dB
+4dB
SPEAKERS OUT
MAXIMUM OUTPUT [500W/4Ω]
NOMINAL OUTPUT [100W/4Ω]EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 1
Block/Level Diagram
C
H
IN
P
U
T
[–
60
~
–1
6d B
]
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
C
H
IN
S
E
R
T
I/
O
[0
dB ]
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
1-
8
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
1-
16
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
1-
8
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
1-
16
A B
G
A
IN
[–
60
~
–1
6d B
]
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
P
H
A
N
TO
M
8C
H
/S
W
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
[C
H
1-
8]
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
[C
H
1-
8]
[C
H
9-
16
]
PA
D
H
P
F
H
P
F
B
A
H
A+
48
V
26
dB [0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
3-
S
ta ge E
Q
Lo Gain
Hi Gain
Mid f
Mid Gain
B
A
O
N
[–
10
dB ]
[0
dB ]
C
H
F
ad er P
E
A
K
S
IG
N
A
L
PA
N
P
O
S
T
P
F
L
P
O
S
T
E
F
F
E
C
T
1
E
F
F
E
C
T
2
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
2
[0
dB ]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
STEREO L (NON-MUTE)
STEREO R (NON-MUTE)
EFFECT1 (NON-MUTE)
EFFECT2 (NON-MUTE)
AUX1 (NON-MUTE)
AUX2 (NON-MUTE)
STEREO L (MUTE)
STEREO R (MUTE)
EFFECT1 (MUTE)
EFFECT2 (MUTE)
AUX1 (MUTE)
AUX2 (MUTE)
PFL L / AFL L
PFL R / AFL R
P
F
L
A
F
L
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
S
TA
N
D
-B
Y
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
1-
8
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
1-
16
SU
M
SU
M
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
R
E
C
O
U
T
[–
10
dB V
]
L R
9-
S
ta ge G
E
Q
9-
S
ta ge G
E
Q
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1kHz
2kHz
4kHz
8kHz
16kHz
G
E
Q
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
[–
6d B
]
[–
10
dB ]
S
T
O
U
T
S
T
S
U
B
O
U
T
D
R
D
R
S
T
S
U
B
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
L R
S
T
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
L R
P
E
A
K
P
E
A
K
Y
S
P
Y
S
P
P
O
W
E
R
A
M
P
IN
[+
4d B
]
YA
M
A
H
A
S
P
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A
K
E
R
P
R
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IN
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PA
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R
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R
PR
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C
TO
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P
ow er S
el ec t PA
S
P
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A
K
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[5
00
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m ax @
4o hm s] A
A
B
R
ID
G
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2
11
2
5
0
0
W
3
0
0
W
1
0
0
W
5
0
0
W
3
0
0
W
1
0
0
W
+1 –1 +2 –2+1 –1 +2 –2
P
O
W
E
R
A
M
P
C
on tr ol s IN
V
S
ig na l S
el ec t M
A
IN
L
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
1
M
O
N
O
B
R
ID
G
E
M
A
IN
R
M
O
N
O
A
U
X
2
M
O
N
O
B
R
ID
G
E
F
R
E
Q
80
–1
20
H
z (1
2d B
/o ct )
IN
V
LP
F
LP
F
SU
M
M
O
N
O
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
[–
10
dB ]
M
O
N
O
O
U
T
B
A
B
A
A
U
X
S
E
N
D
1
[+
4d B
]
A
U
X
S
E
N
D
2
[+
4d B
]
[–
10
dB ]
A
U
X
1 [–
10
dB ]
A
U
X
2
A
F
L
A
F
L
A
F
L
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
[–
6d B
]
SU
M
[–
6d B
]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
IN
V
[0
dB ]
IN
V
[0
dB ]
P
F
L
P
O
S
T
P
O
S
T
B
A
L
E
F
F
E
C
T
1
E
F
F
E
C
T
2
AU
X
1
AU
X
2
[0
dB ]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
D
N
B
A
B
A
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[–
10
dB ]
S
T
C
H
F
ad er P
E
A
K
S
IG
N
A
L
G
A
IN
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
S
T
C
H
IN
P
U
T
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
9(
L)
/1
0(
R
),
C
H
11
(L
)/
12
(R
)
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
17
(L
)/
18
(R
),
C
H
19
(L
)/
20
(R
)
H
A
H
A
[0
dB ]
L R
3-
S
ta ge E
Q
3-
S
ta ge E
Q
Lo Hi Mid
B
A
B
A
PA
D
PA
D
P
F
L
A
U
X
1
S
T
A
U
X
2
[0
dB ]
[+
4d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
16
dB ]
[–
16
dB ]
S
T
S
U
B
IN
1
,2
[+
4d B
]
L
(M
O
N
O
) R
2T
R
IN
[–
10
dB V
]
B
A
B
A
[0
dB ]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
L R
P
R
O
G
R
A
M
PA
R
A
M
E
T
E
R
P
R
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R
A
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PA
R
A
M
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R
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IG
IT
A
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F
F
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C
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1
O
N
O
N
IN
L
O
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T
R
O
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T
D
IG
IT
A
L
E
F
F
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C
T
2
IN
L
O
U
T
R
O
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T
S
T
E
F
F
E
C
T
1
R
T
N
E
F
F
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C
T
2
R
T
N
P
F
L
P
F
L
P
F
L
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
2
[–
12
dB ]
[–
12
dB ]
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
2
[–
12
dB ]
[–
12
dB ]
FO
O
T
S
W
IT
C
H
TA
P
TA
P
O
N
/O
F
F
0d B
=
0.
77
5V
0d B
V
=
1V
+
30
dB +
20
dB +
10
dB 0d
B
–1
0d B
–2
0d B
–3
0d B
–4
0d B
–5
0d B
–6
0d B
S
T
C
H
IN
P
U
T
G
A
IN
M
in . [
+
10
dB ]
S
T
C
H
IN
P
U
T
G
A
IN
M
ax . [
–3
4d B
]
C
H
IN
P
U
T
A
, B
G
A
IN
M
ax . [
–6
0d B
]
C
H
IN
P
U
T
A
, B
G
A
IN
M
in . [
–1
6d B
]
S
T
S
U
B
IN
[+
4d B
]
C
H
&
S
T
C
H
to S
T
[0
dB ] (
PA
N
, B
A
L
tu rn ed h ar d le ft/
rig
ht )
C
H
&
S
T
C
H
to A
U
X
/E
F
F
E
C
T
[–
6d B
]
S
T
S
U
B
IN
to S
T
/A
U
X
[
–6
dB ]
2T
R
IN
to S
T
[–
6d B
]
2T
R
IN
[–
10
dB V
]
fa de r [–
10
dB ]
[P
H
O
N
E
S
3
m W
@
40
oh m s] S
T
O
U
T
•S
T
S
U
B
O
U
T
•M
O
N
O
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
A
U
X
S
E
N
D
, E
F
F
E
C
T
S
E
N
D
[+
4d B
]
R
E
C
O
U
T
[–
10
dB V
]
P
H
O
N
E
S
[–
16
dB ]
S
T
S
U
B
le ve l c
on tr ol [–
6d B
]
E
F
F
E
C
T
[–
6d B
]
S
T
•M
O
N
O
•A
U
X
fa de r [–
10
dB ]
S
P
E
A
K
E
R
S
O
U
T
M
A
X
IM
U
M
O
U
T
P
U
T
[5
00
W
/4

]
N
O
M
IN
A
L
O
U
TP
U
T
[1
00
W
/4

]
+
40
dB +
30
dB +
20
dB +
10
dB 0d B
–1
0d B
–2
0d B
–3
0d B
–4
0d B
–5
0d B
–6
0d B
IN
V
IN
V
IN
V
IN
V
E
F
F
E
C
T
S
E
N
D
1
[+
4d B
]
E
F
F
E
C
T
S
E
N
D
2
[+
4d B
]
P
H
O
N
E
S
[3
m W
@
40
oh m s] [–
16
dB ]
P
H
O
N
E
S
6 EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT! This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST
be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance with
these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with
other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may
cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all
installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try to eliminate the
problem by using one of the following measures: Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference. Utilize power outlets that are on
different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s. In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in
is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type cable. If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer
authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service
Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
• Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol
within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The above warning is located on the
rear of the unit.
European Specifications Only
This mark indicates a dangerous electrically live terminal.
When connecting an external wire to this terminal, it is
necessary either to have “a person who have received
appropriate guidance on handling” make the connection or to
use leads or a cord that have been manufactured in such a way
that the connection can be made simply and without problem.
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT
THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW : EARTH
BLUE : NEUTRAL
BROWN : LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN and YELLOW must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E
or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN and YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA KEMBLE
MUSIC (U.K.) LTD.
Precautions
3
Precautions
WARNING
• Connect this unit’s power cord only to an AC outlet of the type
stated in this Owner’s Manual or as marked on the unit. Failure
to do so is a fire and electrical shock hazard.
• Do not allow water to enter this unit or allow the unit to
become wet. Fire or electrical shock may result.
• Do not place a container with liquid or small metal objects on
top of this unit. Liquid or metal objects inside this unit are a fire
and electrical shock hazard.
• Do not place heavy objects, including this unit, on top of the
power cord. A damaged power cord is a fire and electrical shock
hazard. In particular, be careful not to place heavy objects on a
power cord covered by a carpet.
• Use only the included power cord for this unit. Using other
types may be a fire and electrical shock hazard.
• The power to this device is not completely shut off even when
the power switch is turned off. Locate the device close to the AC
outlet so you can easily reach the power plug.
• Do not scratch, bend, twist, pull, or heat the power cord. A
damaged power cord is a fire and electrical shock hazard.
• Do not remove the unit’s cover. You could receive an electrical
shock. If you think internal inspection, maintenance, or repair
is necessary, contact your dealer.
• Do not modify the unit. Doing so is a fire and electrical shock
hazard.
• If lightning begins to occur, turn off the power switch of the
unit as soon as possible, and unplug the power cable plug from
the electrical outlet.
• If there is a possibility of lightning, do not touch the power
cable plug if it is still connected. Doing so may be an electrical
shock hazard.
• If the power cord is damaged (i.e., cut or a bare wire is
exposed), ask your dealer for a replacement. Using the unit
with a damaged power cord is a fire and electrical shock hazard.
• Should this unit be dropped or the cabinet be damaged, turn the
power switch off, remove the power plug from the AC outlet,
and contact your dealer. If you continue using the unit without
heeding this instruction, fire or electrical shock may result.
• If you notice any abnormality, such as smoke, odor, or noise, or
if a foreign object or liquid gets inside the unit, turn it off
immediately. Remove the power cord from the AC outlet. Consult your dealer for repair. Using the unit in this condition is a
fire and electrical shock hazard.
CAUTION
• Keep this unit away from the following locations:
- Locations exposed to oil splashes or steam, such as near
cooking stoves, humidifiers, etc.
- Unstable surfaces, such as a wobbly table or slope.
- Locations exposed to excessive heat, such as inside a car with
all the windows closed, or places that receive direct sunlight.
- Locations subject to excessive humidity or dust accumulation.
• Hold the power cord plug when disconnecting it from an AC
outlet. Never pull the cord. A damaged power cord is a potential fire and electrical shock hazard.
• Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. Doing so is a
potential electrical shock hazard.
• This unit has ventilation holes at the rear to prevent the internal
temperature rising too high. Do not block them. Blocked ventilation holes are a fire hazard.
• To relocate the unit, turn the power switch off, remove the
power plug from the AC outlet, and remove all connecting
cables. Damaged cables may cause fire or electrical shock.
• Turn off all musical instruments, audio equipment, and speakers when connecting to this unit. Use the correct connecting
cables and connect as specified.
• Always lower the volume control to minimum before turning
on the power to this unit. A sudden blast of sound may damage
your hearing.
• Use only speaker cables when connecting speakers to amplifier
outputs. Using other types of cables is a fire hazard.
• If you know you will not use this unit for a long period of time,
such as when going on vacation, remove the power plug from
the AC outlet. Leaving it connected is a potential fire hazard.
• Clean the contacts of the phone plug before connecting it to the
SPEAKERS jack of this unit. Dirty contacts may generate heat.
• To prevent electrical shock when cleaning the unit, remove the
power plug from the AC outlet.
Installation Operation
In case an abnormality occurs during operation
Installation Operation
MaintenanceEMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
4
Precautions
• XLR-type connectors are wired as follows: pin 1: ground, pin 2:
hot (+), and pin 3: cold (–).
• Insert TRS phone jacks are wired as follows: sleeve: ground, tip:
send, and ring: return.
• The performance of components with moving contacts, such
switches, rotary controls, faders, and connectors, deteriorates
over time. The rate of deterioration depends on the operating
environment and is unavoidable. Consult your dealer about
replacing defective components.
• Using a cell phone (mobile telephone) near this unit may induce
noise. If noise occurs, use the telephone away from the unit.
• Do not set all equalizer controls and faders to maximum.
Doing so may cause oscillation depending on the condition of
the connected unit and speakers, and may damage the speakers.
• The digital circuits of this unit may induce a slight noise into
nearby radios and TVs. If noise occurs, relocate the affected
equipment.
PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATION – FOR CORRECT OPERATION –
Replacing abrasive parts
Connector pin assignments Influence on cell phone usage
Volume level setting
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Introduction
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 Powered Mixer.
In order to take full advantage of the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 and enjoy long,
trouble-free performance, please read this owner’s manual carefully, and keep it
in a safe place for future reference.
Features
• The EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 provides versatile
inputs, such as two stereo input channels and two stereo sub inputs, as well as 16 (EMX5000-20), 8
(EMX5000-12) monaural input channels compatible
with mic/line signals. The mixer also has ample power,
with a maximum output of 500 W+500 W (1000 W
with bridge connection), and is suitable for a wide
range of applications from installed systems to smallscale PA systems.
• A two-channel power amp is built-in. The signals output to speakers can be selected as stereo (ST L-R),
AUX+monaural (AUX 1- MONO), two AUX (AUX1AUX2) or monaural (bridge connection).
• In addition to the speaker output jacks, two stereo
output channels for line-level signals, two AUX output
channels, two effect outputs, and one monaural output are provided. You can easily expand the system by
adding a power amplifier or powered speakers.
• The EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 also has a PHONES
jack, which is very useful for checking the sound. You
can monitor only a specific channel or bus signal
through the headphones.
• Each amp contains a limiter circuit to prevent distortion due to excessive input levels.
• A maximum output select switch lets you switch the
maximum output of the amp between three levels.
This lets you adjust the maximum output of the internal power amp as appropriate for the size of the room
or the input capacity of the speakers.
• Two multi-effect units are built-in, each providing sixteen types of effect equivalent in quality to the
acclaimed Yamaha SPX series of multi-effect units.
The effects can be used to add reverb or ambience to
vocals or instruments. The sixteen types (provided by
each of the two effect units) include TAP DELAY,
which lets you easily adjust the delay time.
• The EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 has implemented
“EEEngine”, Yamaha’s epochal amp drive technology
to create an unrivaled high-efficiency drive.
The EEEngine’s energy-saver/low-heat-generation
design has reduced power consumption to 50% or
less, and reduced heat generation to 35% or less (in
field applications, compared to Yamaha’s previous
models), and has lead to a reduction in energy cost
and to less-restrictive installation requirements related
to heat generation.
Contents
Introduction............................................................ 5
Features ................................................................ 5
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 Quick Guide .................... 6
Front and rear panel.................................................. 10
Control panel ....................................................... 10
Input/output panel................................................ 16
Rear panel ........................................................... 18
Installation/Connections ............................................ 19
Installation ........................................................... 19
Connection .......................................................... 19
Connecting input/output equipment..................... 21
Basic operation ......................................................... 22
Connecting microphones and instruments .......... 22
Using the digital effect ......................................... 22
Example setups......................................................... 24
As a conference/entertainment hall sound
system.............................................................. 24
As a band PA....................................................... 26
Using a subwoofer............................................... 28
Troubleshooting ........................................................ 29
Specifications ............................................................ 30
General specifications ......................................... 30
Input specifications .............................................. 31
Output specifications ........................................... 31
Dimensions.......................................................... 32
Installing an optional rack mount kit .................... 32
Block/Level Diagram............................................ 33EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
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EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 Quick Guide
EMX5000-20/
EMX5000-12
Quick Guide
The following steps (1–5) explain the basic connection and operation of the EMX5000-20/
EMX5000-12.
Also, please read “Front and Rear Panel” and
“Basic Operation” following this Quick Guide
section to learn more about using the EMX500020/EMX5000-12.
Connection
Connecting speakers
Using speaker cables, connect each speaker to the
SPEAKERS A jack and to the B jack in the
SPEAKERS jack section on the rear panel of the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12.
• In the example shown by the above diagram, two
main speakers are connected (one each to left and
right) in stereo. For other connection examples,
refer to pages 20–21.
• You may connect to either of the two jacks on the
speakers.
• Be sure to use a cable designed for speaker connection.
• Speakers with a Speakon connector can also be connected using a Speakon cable. In this case, use the
SPEAKERS 1 jacks to output the signal from the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12.
• When connecting a Speakon connector to the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12, be sure to turn the plug to
the right to lock the connection after inserting the plug.
Never connect the speakers in the manner shown
below. Otherwise, the EMX5000-20/EMX500012’s built-in power amplifier will be damaged.
Setting the power amplifier mode
Set the power amp select switch (located on the
right corner on the panel) to ST L-R.
• This quick guide explains how to connect one main
speaker each to left and right for stereo operation. If
the power amp select switch is set to the ST L-R
position as shown here, the stereo R signal will be
output from the SPEAKERS A jacks, and the stereo
L signal from the SPEAKERS B jacks.
Refer to pages 14, 19, 20 for other connections and
power amp select switch settings.
STEP 1
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Power amp select switch
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Connecting a microphone
Make sure that the power is turned off to the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12.
Connect mics to channels 1–16 (EMX5000-20)
or 1–8 (EMX5000-12), using the INPUT A jacks
if the mic has an XLR plug, or the INPUT B jacks
if the mic has a phone plug.
Using a condenser microphone
Turn on the PHANTOM switch (located in the upper
center corner on the panel).
• The PHANTOM switch supplies phantom power to
all channel inputs at once (EMX5000-20: 1–8 and 9–
16, EMX5000-12: 1–8), so mics other than condenser mics must be connected to the INPUT B
jacks.
• Do not connect or disconnect a condenser microphone while the power to the unit is on and the
PHANTOM switch has been turned on.
Connecting a CD player, MD player, and/or cassette
deck
Connect a CD player or MD player to the 2TR IN
jacks. Refer to the operation manual of the corresponding device for more information on the
input and output of the device.
• To connect a second player, use the LINE jack.
• Connect a recorder to the REC OUT jacks.
Connecting an electric acoustic guitar or electric
bass
Connect electric/acoustic guitars or electric
basses via an effect processor or direct box to the
INPUT B jack.
• You cannot use the INPUT A jack and the INPUT B
jack for the same channel at the same time. If a
microphone has already been connected to the
INPUT B jack of a channel, you cannot connect the
effect unit to the INPUT A jack of the channel.
EMX5000-20 (EMX5000-12)
Microphone
EMX5000-20
(EMX5000-12)
PHANTOM switch
EMX5000-20
(EMX5000-12)
Recorder
(Cassette, DAT, MD)
CD player
EMX5000-20
(EMX5000-12)
Direct box
Effect unit
Electric-acoustic
guitar
Electric
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EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 Quick Guide
Connecting an electronic musical instrument
To the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12’s LINE or ST
SUB IN jacks, you can connect an electronic
musical instrument such as a synthesizer, drum
machine, signal processor connected to an electric guitar, etc. Refer to the diagram below to
make a stereo connection from the output jacks
(such as L/MONO and R) of an electronic musical instrument to the LINE or ST SUB IN jacks in
stereo.
Power on
1 Turn on the power to all external devices connected to the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12.
2 Make sure that the ST OUT fader of the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 is lowered, and then
press the POWER switch of the EMX5000-20/
EMX5000-12 to turn it on.
• Be sure to follow the power up sequence specified
above to prevent the speakers from being damaged.
• To correct the low range, turn on the YAMAHA
SPEAKER PROCESSING switch in the upper right
corner of the panel.
Sound output
Set the ST OUT fader and the input channel faders to the “–∞” position, and while playing the
instrument (or singing into the mic) connected
to the channel you want to check, raise the GAIN
control of the channel so that the PEAK indicator
of that channel lights occasionally.
• Do not press the 26dB PAD switch if sound is input
from the microphone. Otherwise, press the 26dB
PAD switch on.
Set the ST OUT fader to the “0” position, and
raise the faders of the input channels to adjust the
volume.
• Please be aware that if the PEAK indicator of the ST
level meter is continuously lit for an extended time,
the internal amp or the connected speakers may be
damaged.
EMX5000-20
(EMX5000-12)
Synthesizer,
Drum machine,
Guitar processor
STEP 2
EMX5000-20
(EMX5000-12)
STEP 3
EMX5000-20
(EMX5000-12)
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Use the ST OUT fader to adjust the volume of the
speakers.
Applying built-in effects
1 Use the PROGRAM selector to select the type of
effect that you want to apply.
2 Turn on the ON switch in the EFFECT section.
The ON switch indicator lights up.
3 Set the EFFECT RTN fader to the “0” position.
4 If you want to use effect channel 1, adjust the
effect depth by turning the EFF1 control of the
channel to which you want to apply the effect.
Power off
1 Press the POWER switch of the EMX5000-20/
EMX5000-12 to turn off the power to the unit.
2 Turn off the power to all connected devices.
• Be sure to follow the power off sequence specified
above to prevent the speakers from being damaged.
• In preparation for the next time you will use the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12, we recommend that
you set the faders of the EMX5000-20/EMX500012 to the “–∞” position.
EMX5000-20
(EMX5000-12)
STEP 4
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(EMX5000-12)
2
1
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(EMX5000-12)
3
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(EMX5000-12)
4
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Front and rear panel
Front and rear panel
Control panel
■ Channel control section
In this section, you can adjust equalization (frequency response), volume level, effect and AUX
output levels for the input signal of each channel.
1 26 dB pad switch
This switch attenuates the input signal by 26 dB.
Attenuation is on when the switch is pressed
inward.
2 GAIN control
Use this knob to adjust the sensitivity according
to the input signal level, so that the input level is
appropriate.
For the best balance of S/N ratio and dynamic
range, adjust this knob so that the peak indicator
0 lights occasionally.
* When the knob is at the “ ” position, the input
sensitivity will be +4 dB.
3 (High pass filter) switch
This is an on/off switch for the high-pass filter.
The high-pass filter is on when the switch is
pressed inward, and the frequency region below
80 Hz will be attenuated at 18 dB/octave.
4 Equalizer controls (HIGH, MID, LOW)
This is a 3-band equalizer that adjusts the high
frequency range, mid frequency range, and low
frequency range of each channel.
When the HIGH and LOW knobs are in the “▼”
position, the high and low ranges will have a flat
response. Turning a knob toward the right will
boost the corresponding frequency range, and
turning it toward the left will cut it.
For the mid range, use the upper MID knob to
specify the center frequency of the range, and use
the lower knob to set the amount of boost or cut
that will occur. The frequency response is flat
when the lower knob is set to the “▼” position.
Turning the lower knob toward the right will
boost the corresponding frequency range, and
turning the knob toward the left will cut it.
The base frequency (or center frequency), range
of boost or cut, and equalizer type of each band
are as follows:
HIGH: 10kHz, ±15 dB, shelving type
MID: 250Hz–5kHz, ±15 dB, peaking type
LOW: 100Hz, ±15 dB, shelving type
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2
4
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7
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C C
B B
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5 AUX1, AUX2 controls / POST switches
These knobs adjust the level at which the input
signal will be sent to the AUX1 and 2 buses.
Nominal level is when the knob is set to the “√”
position. The position from which the signal is
sent can be set by the POST switch to either prefader (before the channel fader C) or post-fader
(after the channel fader C). When the switch is
pressed inward, post-fader is selected.
The signal will be output from the AUX1 and 2
buses to the AUX SEND 1 and 2 jacks of the
input/output section, and can be sent to external
monitor amps or powered speakers.
6 EFF 1, 2 controls (EFFECT)
For each channel, these control the amount of
signal that is sent to the EFFECT 1, 2 buses.
The signal of the EFFECT 1, 2 buses is sent to the
EFFECT SEND 1, 2 jack (input/output panel 9).
It is also sent to the built-in effect when the ON
switch S in the digital effect section is turned on.
7 PAN (panpot) control
(EMX5000-20: Channels 1–16,
EMX5000-12: Channels 1–8)
The PAN knobs set the stereo position of the signal that is sent to the STEREO bus. The signal is
located in the center when the knob is positioned
at “▼,” at right at R, and at left at L.
8 BAL (balance) control
(EMX5000-20: Channels 17/18–19/20,
EMX5000-12: Channels 9/10–11/12)
The BAL knobs set the balance between the left
and right channels, and assign the signals
received at inputs 17/18–19/20, 9/10–11/12 to the
STEREO bus.
9 ON switch, indicator
This is an on/off switch for the input signal of
each channel. The indicator will light if this
switch is turned on.
0 PEAK indicator
The indicator will light 3 dB before clipping,
warning that clipping level is near.
A SIGNAL indicator
This indicator will light if a signal is being input
to the corresponding channel.
B PFL (pre-fader listen) switch
Channels for which this switch is on will send a
signal from a post-EQ pre-fader location to the
PHONES jack (input/output panel D). Use this
when you wish to use the headphones to monitor
only a specific channel.
C Channel fader
This controls the output level of the input channel signal.
D PHANTOM indicator
This will light when the PHANTOM switch
(input/output panel 3) is on.
■ Stereo sub input section
In this section, you can adjust the input level of
external equipment connected to the ST SUB IN
1, 2 jacks on the input/output panel.
E AUX 1, 2 controls
This knob adjusts the amount of the signal sent
from the ST SUB IN 1 and 2 jacks (input/output
panel 7) to the AUX 1, 2 buses.
F ST (stereo) control
The ST knob adjusts the amount of stereo signal
sent from the ST SUB IN 1 and 2 jacks to the
STEREO bus.
Note: The amount of signal that is sent to the
EFFECT 1, 2 bus from each channel will be affected not only by the setting of the EFFECT 1,
2 control, but also by the setting of the channel
fader C (post-fader send).
Note: If this switch is turned on, you can monitor a channel even if the channel fader is lowered, or if the ON switch is off. This will not
affect the signals that are sent to the STEREO
bus, AUX 1 and 2 buses, and EFFECT bus.
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12 Front and rear panelG PFL (pre-fader listen) switch
When this switch is turned on, the signal at the
point before the ST control knob F is sent to the
PHONES jack (input/output panel D).
■ Master control section
In this section, you can adjust the final level of
the outputs.
H AUX 1 fader
The AUX 1 fader adjusts the final level of the signal sent from the AUX 1 bus to the AUX SEND 1
jack (input/output panel 8). If the Power amp
select switch Y is set to AUX 1-MONO, using
this fader enables you to adjust the level of the
signal sent from the SPEAKERS A 1/2 jacks to the
speakers.
I AUX 2 fader
The AUX 2 fader adjusts the final level of the signal output from the AUX 2 bus to the AUX
SEND 2 jack (input/output panel 8). If the
Power amp select switch Y is set to AUX 1AUX 2, using this fader enables you to adjust the
level of the signal sent from the SPEAKERS B 1/2
jacks to the speakers.
J MONO OUT fader
The MONO OUT fader adjusts the final level of
the monaural signal output from the STEREO
bus to the MONO OUT jack (input/output panel
C).
If the Power amp select switch Y is set to AUX 1MONO, this fader also adjusts the level of the signal sent from the SPEAKERS B 1/2 jacks to the
speakers.
If the Power amp select switch Y is set to MONO
BRIDGE, this fader adjusts the level of the signal
sent from the SPEAKERS A 1 jacks to the speaker.
K ST OUT fader
The ST OUT fader adjusts the final level of the
signal sent from the STEREO bus to the ST OUT
jacks (input/output panel 0). If the Power amp
select switch Y is set to ST L-R, this fader also
adjusts the level of the signal sent to the SPEAKERS jacks (rear panel 3).
L AFL (after fader listen) switch
When this switch is on, the output signal that
passes through the corresponding fader is sent to
the PHONES jack (input/output panel D). Use
these switches when you wish to monitor a particular output signal through the headphones.
■ 2TR IN section
In this section, you can adjust the input level of a
cassette deck or a CD player that is connected to
the 2TR IN jacks (input/output panel 5).
M ST (stereo) control
This knob adjusts the level of the signal sent from
the 2TR IN jacks to the STEREO bus.
N PFL (pre-fader listen) switch
When this switch is on, the signal input from the
2TR IN jacks is routed at the point before the ST
control M to the PHONES jack (input/output
panel D).
Note: The ST control setting does not affect
the level of the signal sent to the PFL/AFL buses
(pre-fader send).
H I J K
L
Note: The setting of this fader does not affect
the signal output from the STEREO bus to the
ST SUB OUT jacks.
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Control panel 13■ Digital effect section
This section enables you to turn the built-in twochannel digital effects on/off and select the effect
type.
O PROGRAM selector
This knob selects the effect type for the internal
digital effect.
P PARAMETER control
This knob adjusts the time parameter of the
internal digital effect.
Q AUX 1/2 control
This knob adjusts the level of the return signal
that is sent from the built-in digital effect to the
AUX 1/2 buses.
R TAP switch, indicator
Only if the PROGRAM selector has selected
TAP DELAY as the internal effect type, you can
press this switch to set the desired delay time.
Press the TAP switch several times, and the interval between the last two presses will be set as the
delay time. The specified time will be remembered even if the power is turned off.
The LED beside the switch will blink in synchronization with the delay time only when the effect
type is TAP DELAY.
S EFFECT 1/2 ON switch
This switch turns the internal digital effect on/
off.
T PFL (Pre-fader listen) switch
When this switch is on, the signal from before the
EFFECT 1/2 RTN faders U will be sent to the
PHONES jack (input/output panel D).
U EFFECT 1/2 RTN fader
This fader adjusts the level of the return signal
that is sent from the built-in digital effect to the
STEREO bus.
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14 Front and rear panel■ Graphic equalizer section
This section enables you to adjust the tone of the
STEREO bus signal.
V Graphic equalizer
This is a 9-band graphic equalizer that allows you
to adjust the frequency response of the STEREO
bus signal, providing a maximum of ±12 dB of
cut/boost for each frequency band.
This graphic equalizer affects both the STEREO
bus signal that is output to the speakers and the
line level signal that is output from the ST OUT
jacks (input/output panel 0), and MONO OUT
jack (input/output panel C).
W ON switch
This switch turns the graphic equalizer on/off.
■ Power amp section
This section allows you to select the signals that
will be sent to the built-in two-channel power
amplifier.
X LIMITER indicator
This indicator lights up when the level of the signal output from the power amp section reaches
the maximum and the limiter is activated. Adjust
the ST OUT K and appropriate fader so that the
indicator lights up for only a short while when
the signal reaches the maximum level.
Y Power amp select switch
Select one of the following three settings to specify the signals to be routed to the corresponding
jacks according to the speaker connection at the
SPEAKERS jacks 3 on the rear panel.
• ST L-R
The STEREO bus signals are output from the
SPEAKERS A 1/2 jacks and the SPEAKERS B 1/2
jacks. The final level of these signals is adjusted by
the master ST OUT fader.
• AUX 1-MONO
The AUX 1 bus signals are output from the
SPEAKERS A 1/2 jacks, and a monaural signal
that is a mix of the STEREO bus signals is output
from the SPEAKERS B 1/2 jacks. The final level of
these signals is adjusted by the master AUX 1
fader and the MONO OUT fader.
• AUX 1-AUX 2
The AUX 1, 2 buses signals are output from the
SPEAKERS A 1/2 jacks and the SPEAKERS B 1/2
jacks.
• MONO BRIDGE
The monaural signal that is a mix of the STEREO
bus is output from the SPEAKERS A 1 jack. The
final level of this signal is adjusted by the master
MONO OUT fader.
Set the switch to this position when you connect
only one speaker to play a loud sound.
Z Maximum output select switch
This switch lets you change the maximum output
level of the two internal power amps between
three levels.
Set this as appropriate for the size of the room or
the input capacity of the speakers.
• 500W + 500W
The two internal amps will produce a maximum
of 500W + 500W/4Ω.
• 300W + 300W
The two internal amps will produce a maximum
of 300W + 300W/4Ω.
• 100W + 100W
The two internal amps will produce a maximum
of 100W + 100W/4Ω.
Note: The indicator lights up or flashes for a
longer duration if the power amp section is significantly overloaded, which could result in
malfunction. Avoid such a situation.
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Control panel 15■ POWER indicator
[ POWER indicator
This indicator will light up when the power of the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 is turned on.
■ YAMAHA SPEAKER PROCESSING
ON/OFF switch
This switch enables you to compensate the low
range of the speakers. The low range balance
when this switch is on varies depending on the
speakers.
First, check the low range balance by auditioning
the resultant sound, then set this switch to on or
off.
■ STAND-BY
] ON/OFF switch
This switch mutes (silences) the input signals
from channels 1–16 (EMX5000-20) or channels
1–8 (EMX5000-12). The indicator will blink
when this switch is on.
■ Other indicators and controls
^ Peak level indicator
This indicator allows you to monitor the level of
the signal output from the ST OUT jacks. The “0”
indicator lights up when the output level reaches
+4 dB.
a PHONES control
This knob adjusts the level of the signal monitored via the PHONES jack (input/output panel
D).
b ST SUB OUT control
This knob adjusts the final level of the signal sent
from the STEREO bus to the ST SUB OUT jacks
(input/output panel A).
c LPF control, ON/OFF switch
This switch applies a low-pass filter to the signal
that is output from the PFL/AFL bus to the
MONO OUT jack. The frequency is indicated by
the position of the slit in the control trimmer that
is set into the panel above the switch. To adjust
the frequency, use a slotted screwdriver to turn
the control to the desired position. This will output the region below the frequency (80–120 Hz)
you specify by the control knob.
Use this when you are using a sub-woofer.
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Note: The setting of this control does not affect
signals that are sent from the STEREO bus to
the ST SUB OUT jacks and the SPEAKERS
jacks.
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16 Front and rear panelInput/output panel
1 Channel input jacks (INPUT A, INPUT B)
EMX5000-20: 1–16, EMX5000-12: 1–8
By using the GAIN control (control panel 2)
you can connect any of the jacks to a wide range
of sources, from mics to line-level devices
(including synthesizers and rhythm machines).
The INPUT A jacks can provide +48V phantom
power, allowing you to use condenser microphones.
The nominal input level is from –16 dB to –60 dB
when the 26 dB pad switch (control panel 1) is
off, or from +10 dB to –34 dB when it is on.
Both INPUT A and B are balanced.
They are compatible with microphones of output
impedance 50–600Ω or line level devices of
600Ω.
Pin connections for the jacks are as follows:
* You can also connect a normal unbalanced phone plug.
2 INSERT I/O (insert) jacks
These are TRS phone jacks that enable you to
insert an external effect processor, such as a compressor/limiter, between the equalizer and fader
of input channels. These connections require a
special “Y” cable, such as shown in the following
diagram. The nominal input/output levels are
0 dB.
A5 6 8 E F G0
D
1 43
2 7 B C9
INPUT A jacks
(XLR type)
INPUT B jacks
(TRS phone jacks) *
Pin 1: ground Sleeve: ground
Pin 2: hot (+) Tip: hot (+)
Pin 3: cold (–) RIng: cold (–)
GND
RS T
+-GND+ -
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3
Note: It is not possible to simultaneously use
both the INPUT A and B inputs of a given
channel. For each channel, use only one of the
inputs as appropriate for the input source.
Phantom power is switched on/off simultaneously for channels 1–8 and 9–16 (EMX500020), 1–8 (EMX5000-12). For this reason, devices (in particular, unbalanced devices) other
than condenser microphones must be connected to the INPUT B input jacks of channels or
channel 17/18–19/20 (EMX5000-20), 9/10–11/
12 (EMX5000-12) input jacks if the PHANTOM +48V switch (control panel 3) is on.
to the input jack of
the external processor
to the output jack of
the external processor
to the INSERT I/O jack
Tip
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
SleeveEMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
Input/output panel 173 PHANTOM switch
This is an on/off switch for the phantom power
supplied to the INPUT A jacks of channels 1–8
and 9–16 (on the EMX5000-20) or channels 1–8
(on the EMX5000-12). When this switch is on,
the indicator in the upper part of the control
panel will light.
4 LINE (stereo) input jacks
EMX5000-20: 17/18–19/20,
EMX5000-12: 9/10–11/12
These are the input jacks for channels 17/18–19/
20, 9/10–11/12 and are used to connect to the stereo output jacks of electronic instruments, cassette decks, or CD players.
You can connect either phone plugs or RCA
phono plugs, as appropriate for the type of jack
on the device you are connecting. The nominal
input level is from –34 dB to +10 dB.
5 2TR IN jacks
These are phono jacks that allow the signal from
an external device, such as a cassette deck and CD
player, to be added to the STEREO bus. The
nominal input level is –10 dBV.
6 REC OUT jacks
These phono jacks are used to connect to the
inputs of a recording device, such as a cassette
deck, to record the signal from the STEREO bus.
The nominal output level is –10 dBV.
7 ST SUB IN 1 (stereo sub 1) jacks
ST SUB IN 2 (stereo sub 2) jacks
These phone jacks are used to connect stereo outputs of a sub mixer or external effect processor.
The signal input here can be routed to the AUX 1
bus, AUX 2 bus, and STEREO bus. The nominal
input level is +4 dB.
8 AUX SEND 1 jack, AUX SEND 2 jack
These phone jacks output the line-level signals of
the AUX 1/2 buses. Connect stage-monitoring
amplifiers or powered speakers here. Use the
AUX 1 fader (control panel H) and the AUX 2
fader (control panel I) respectively to adjust the
final level of the signals output from these jacks.
The nominal output level is +4 dB.
9 EFFECT SEND 1 jack, EFFECT SEND 2 jack
The input of an external effect unit such as a
delay or echo can be connected to this jack.
The signal adjusted by the EFF 1, 2 control of
each channel will be sent to the EFFECT 1, 2 bus,
and output from this jack.
The nominal output level is +4 dB.
0 ST OUT jacks
These phone jacks output the line level signal of
the STEREO bus. The final output level from
these jacks is adjusted by the ST OUT fader (control panel K). The nominal output level is +4 dB.
A ST SUB OUT jacks
These phone jacks output the line-level signals of
the STEREO bus. Connect an external mixer or
additional PA system to these jacks.
Use the ST SUB OUT control (control panel b)
to adjust the final output level at the ST SUB
OUT jacks.
The nominal output level is +4 dB.
B P.AMP IN A, B (power amp input) jacks
These phone jacks are used to input line-level stereo signals to the two-channel built-in power
amplifier. Connect an external mixer output here.
The nominal input level is +4 dB.
C MONO OUT jack
This phone jack mixes the STEREO bus signals
and output a monaural signal. Connect an additional PA system here. Use the MONO OUT
fader (control panel J) to adjust the final level of
the signal output from this jack. The nominal
output level is +4 dB.
D PHONES jack
This is a stereo phone type output jack, and is
used to monitor the channels selected by the PFL
switches on the front panel and the buses selected
by the AFL switches.
The nominal output is 3mW when headphones
are connected.
E FOOT SW EFFECT 2 ON/OFF jack
A separately sold Yamaha FC5 foot switch can be
connected to this jack so you can use your foot to
switch the built-in digital EFFECT 2 on/off.
Note: The setting of the graphic equalizer or
ST OUT fader on the control panel does not affect the signals output from these jacks. Adjust
the recording level on the recording device.
Note: Use only the L jack to connect a monaural output device.
Note: If you insert a plug into this jack, the corresponding channel of the power amplifier will
be isolated, and no signals will be sent from the
mixer section.EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
18 Front and rear panelF FOOT SW (EFFECT 2) TAP jack
When TAP DELAY is selected as the internal
effect type for the EFFECT 2 RTN channel, you
can connect a separately sold FC5 foot switch to
this jack, and press the foot switch to set the delay
time to the corresponding interval. When you
press the foot switch several times, the delay time
will be set to the interval between the last two
presses.
G LAMP jack
This is an XLR (3-pin female) output jack that
supplies power to a lamp.
Rear panel
1 AC inlet
Connect the socket end of the included AC cable
to this inlet. Connect the plug end of the cable to
an AC outlet of the voltage printed below the
inlet.
2 POWER switch
This switch turns on/off the power to the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12.
3 SPEAKERS (speaker output) jacks
These jacks are used to connect speakers.
Jacks 1 are Speakon-type connectors. Jacks 2 are
1/4" phone jacks. The setting of the control panel
power amp select switch Y will determine the
signal that is output to these jacks, and the number and appropriate impedance of the speakers
that can be connected.
21
3
Note: Before you turn the power of the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 on or off, the faders and controls in the master section of the
control panel must be lowered to the minimum
position.EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
Installation/Connections 19Installation/Connections
Installation
The EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 uses a forced cooling system with air intake on the right side and exhaust on
the rear. When placing the unit, make sure that the cooling ports are not obstructed.
Connection
When connecting various devices, make sure the cables and plugs have the correct rating.
Be sure to use cables designed for the purpose when you connect speakers to speaker jacks.
■ Connecting main speakers
There are three ways in which speakers can be connected to the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12.
The speaker impedance requirement varies depending on how you connect the speakers. Refer to the diagrams below to make sure the speaker impedance will not be lower than the specified value.
■ When the power amp select switch is set to ST L-R, AUX 1-MONO or AUX 1-AUX 2:
Select either one or two speakers each to jacks A and jacks B. Make connections to either jacks 1 or 2, depending on the type of speaker cable you are using.
When the power amp select switch is in the ST L-R position, the signals of the stereo L and R bus will be output from the speakers connected to jacks A and B respectively.
When this switch is in the AUX 1-MONO position, the signals of the AUX 1 bus and the STEREO bus will be
combined and output as a monaural signal from the speakers connected to these jacks.
When this switch is in the AUX 1-AUX 2 position, the signals of the AUX 1 bus and AUX 2 bus will be output
from the speakers connected to these respective jacks.
• Two channel connections
Use speakers with an impedance in the range of 4–8 ohms if you are connecting only one speaker to each set
of outputs. A maximum output of 500W + 500W will be obtained when 4-ohm speakers are used.
Front
Intake
NO
NO
Exhaust
30cm
or less
30cm
or lessEMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
20 Installation/Connections• Two channel parallel connections
If you connect two speakers in parallel to the SPEAKERS A and SPEAKERS B jacks, use speakers with an
impedance in the range of 8–16 ohms. A maximum output of 500W + 500W will be obtained when 8-ohm
speakers are used.
■ When the power amp select switch is set to MONO BRIDGE:
• Bridge connection
Connect only one 8–16 ohm speaker to the A1 jack. The speaker will output the combined monaural signal of
the STEREO bus. A maximum output of 1000 W will be obtained when an 8-ohm speaker is used.
If you are inputting a signal from the P.AMP IN jack, input it to P.AMP IN jack A.
Caution:
When using a bridge connection, do not connect a speaker to the B or A 2 jack.
Two-channel connection Two-channel parallel connection
Main
Speaker
Main/Monitor
Speaker
Main
Speaker
Main/Monitor
Speaker
or or * Use either the 1 (Speakon) jacks
or 2 (phone) jacks of and .
* Use either the 1 (Speakon) jacks
or 2 (phone) jacks of and .
4Ω–8Ω 4Ω–8Ω 8Ω–16Ω8Ω–16Ω 8Ω–16Ω 8Ω–16Ω
Main Speaker
Bridge connection
No connection
* Use the 1+(+) and 2+(–) pins of the 1
jack.
8Ω–16Ω
No connectionEMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
Connecting input/output equipment 21Connecting input/output equipment
Cassette deck Foot switch
(YAMAHA FC5)
(EFFECT ON/OFF)
Foot switch
(YAMAHA FC5)
(TAP)
Microphone
CD player
Headphones
Effect processor (compressor)
Synthesizer
Effect processor (reverb)
Drum machine
Power amplifierPower amplifierPower amplifier
Additional/alternative PA system
Normally, connect speakers to the jacks on the rear panel.
If more speaker outputs are needed, use the ST SUB OUT
jacks and the MONO OUT jack.
To add main speakers
To add monitor speakers
To add a subwoofer
88 88EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
22 Basic operationBasic operation
Connecting microphones
and instruments
1 Before connecting mics or instruments,
make sure that the power of all equipment (where applicable) is turned off.
Also make sure that each channel fader
and the faders in the master section are
turned down. Check to see if the Power
amp select switch on the control panel is
set to ST L-R.
2 Connect cables to your mics and instrument, and insert the other end of the
cables firmly into the appropriate INPUT
A/B jacks (EMX5000-20: channels 1–16,
EMX5000-12: channels 1–8) or the 17L/
18R, 19L/20R (EMX5000-20), 9L/10R,
11L/12R (EMX5000-12) jacks.
3 Turn on the power to the peripheral
devices, then turn on the power to the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12.
4 While speaking into the mic (or while
playing the instrument), adjust the channel GAIN control so that the channel
PEAK indicator lights occasionally at the
maximum volume.
5 Raise the ST OUT fader in the master section to the “10” position, and while
speaking into the mic (or while playing
the instrument), adjust the channel fader
so that the 0 LED of the peak level indicator lights occasionally. Use the LEVEL control to adjust the maximum level of the
speakers.
6 If you wish to adjust the tone of each
channel, rotate the equalizer controls as
desired.
7 Use the graphic equalizer and the ST
fader in the master section to adjust the
overall volume and tone.
Using the digital effect
The EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 has a built-in
digital effect, allowing reverberation or ambiance
to be added to vocals or instrumental sounds.
1 Connect a mic or instrument to the
desired channels, and adjust the volume
and tone.
2 Press the ON switch of the digital effect
section.
3 Use the PROGRAM selector to select the
type of effect you wish to apply.
4 Raise the EFF 1 (or EFF 2) control of the
channels to which you wish to apply the
digital effect.
5 Use the EFFECT 1 (or EFFECT 2) RTN fader
of the digital effect section to adjust the
level of the effect sound.
6 Adjust the PARAMETER control of the digital effect section to the desired level.
Note: You cannot use channel 1–16
(EMX5000-20), 1–8 (EMX5000-12) INPUT A
and B jacks at the same time.
Note: When turning the power off, reverse this
sequence.
Note: The volume level is affected by the settings of the channel equalizers and the graphic
equalizer. When you set the equalizers, check
the peak level indicator and adjust the ST fader
if necessary.
Note: You can send the effect sound to the
AUX 1/2 bus by raising the AUX 1/2 control in
the digital effect section. If the effect sound is
distorted even though the ST control and the
AUX 1/2 controls in the digital effect section
are turned all the way down, lower the EFF 1
(or EFF 2) controls of the digital effect section.
Note: The setting of the AUX 1/2 fader in the
master section does not affect the internal effect.EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
Using the digital effect 23Digital effect program list
Common to EFFECT 1 and 2
EFFECT 1
EFFECT 2
* The LED can not blink any faster than an interval of 256 ms (234.3 bpm).
No. Program Description
Controllable parameter
Parameter Variable range
REVERB HALL
Reverberation simulating a spacious expanse
such as a concert hall.
Reverb time 0.3–10.0s
REVERB ROOM
Reverberation simulating the acoustics of a small
room.
Reverb time 0.3–3.2s
REVERB PLATE
Simulation of a plate reverb device. Produces a
hard-sounding reverberation.
Reverb time 0.3–10.0s
REVERB VOCAL 1
REVERB VOCAL 2
Ideal reverb for vocals. Reverb time 0.3–10.0s
VOCAL ECHO 1
VOCAL ECHO 2
Ideal echo for vocals. Delay time 0–800ms
DELAY 1
DELAY 2
Delay effect that delays the signal. Delay time 0–800ms
MOD. DELAY Monaural delay with modulation Delay time 0–800ms
REVERB GATE An effect that simulates reversed early reflections. Room size 0.1–10.0
PITCH CHANGE An effect that changes the pitch of the input signal. Pitch –12–+12
CHORUS
Modulates the delay time of the signal to add
depth to the sound.
Depth 0–100%
PHASER
An effect that changes the phase of the sound to
create modulation.
Modulation
frequency
0.05–4.00Hz
RADIO VOICE
An effect that produces a lo-fi sound like that of an
AM radio.
Drive 0–100
TREMOLO
An effect that adds modulation to the sound. Modulation
frequency
0.05–10.00Hz
EARLY REF.
An effect produced by modifying the early reflections. It lets you add depth to the sound, or create
echo-like effects.
Room size 0.1–10.0
GATE REVERB An effect produced by cutting the reverberation. Room size 0.1–5.0
VOCAL DOUBLER
Produces an effect as though two people were
singing.
Pitch fine 0–50
SYMPHONIC Gives a richly layered depth to the sound. Depth 0–100%
FLANGE
Adds a sense of pitch to the tone. Effective on
sounds that contain numerous overtones.
Modulation
frequency
0.05–4.00Hz
DISTORTION The well-known effect used to distort the sound. Drive 0–100
TAP DELAY
This effect sets the delay time to the interval at
which you actually press the switch. The amount of
feedback can be adjusted by the PARAMETER
control. The LED will blink in synchronization with
the delay time.
Feedback gain 0–99%
Delay time 100ms (600bpm)–
2690ms (22.3bpm)*EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
24 Example setupsExample setups
This section provides some ways in which the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 can be used, and explains connections and operation.
As a conference/entertainment hall sound system
Here is an example of using the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 as a conference or entertainment hall sound system.
Main
speakers
Microphone
Cassette deck (for recording)CD player
Cassette deck (for paly back)EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
As a conference/entertainment hall sound system 25■ Connections
• Connect mics to channel inputs 1–8.
• A CD player/cassette deck can also be connected
to the input jacks of channels 17/18 and 19/20
(EMX5000-20), 9/10 and 11/12 (EMX5000-12).
• To record a meeting or a party, connect the REC
OUT jacks of the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 to
the input jack of a recording cassette deck, and to
monitor the recording on the EMX5000-20/
EMX5000-12, connect the 2TR IN jacks of the
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 to the output of the
recording cassette deck.
• Connect the main speakers to the SPEAKERS A
and B jacks, and set the Power amp select switch
to ST L-R.
■ Playing back a CD player
1 Turn on the power to the peripheral
devices, then to the EMX5000-20/
EMX5000-12.
2 Start playback on the CD player. Use the
GAIN control of channel 17/18
(EMX5000-20), 9/10 (EMX5000-12) so
that the PEAK indicator below the GAIN
control will light occasionally. Then, raise
the ST OUT fader to the “0” position, and
adjust the channel 17/18 (EMX5000-20),
9/10 (EMX5000-12) fader so that the 0
LED of the peak indicator will light occasionally.
3 As appropriate for the size of the room,
use the maximum output select switch to
adjust the volume (maximum output).EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
26 Example setupsAs a band PA
Here is an example of using the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12 as a small PA for a band. In this example, the
monitor speakers are being sent a mix that is independent of the MAIN speaker mix. An external effect such
as delay or reverb is also being used.
88
Main speakers
Monitor speakers
Keyboard
GuitarBass guitar
D.I.* Effect unit
Microphone
Effect processor* Direct box,
effect unit,
pre-amp, etc.EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
As a band PA 27■ Connections
• Connect mics or instruments, such as keyboards,
to channel input jacks 1–20 (EMX5000-20), 1–12
(EMX5000-12).
• Connect the main speakers to the SPEAKERSB 1/
2 jacks, and connect the monitor speakers to the
SPEAKERS A 1/2 jacks. Set the Power amp select
switch to “AUX 1-MONO.”
• If you use an external effect such as delay or
reverb, connect the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12’s
EFFECT SEND jack to the input jack of the external effect, and connect the output jack of the
external effect to the EMX5000-20/EMX500012’s ST SUB IN 1.
■ Sending an independent mix to
the monitor speakers
1 Set the AUX 1 fader to the “0” position.
2 Raise the AUX 1 controls for the channels
that you wish to hear from the monitor
speakers. Turn the AUX 1 POST switch off,
in the unpressed (pre-fader) position.
3 Use the AUX 1 OUT fader of the master
section to adjust the overall volume.
■ Using an external effect processor
You may sometimes want to use an external effect
processor.
Follow the steps below.
1 Raise the EFF 1 (or EFF 2) controls for the
channels to which you want the external
effect to be applied.
2 Adjust the level of the signal output to
the external effects processor so that the
sound will not be distorted at the input of
the external effects processor.
3 Use the control of the ST SUB IN channel
to which the processed signal is input
from the external effects processor to
adjust the level of the effect sound.
Note: If you are using an external effect, we
recommend that you turn down all the EFFECT controls of the digital effect section.
You can connect the output of an external effect to channels 17/18 and 19/20 (EMX500020), 9/10 and 11/12 (EMX5000-12) to apply the
equalizer to the effect return signal. However in
this case, make sure that the EFF 1 (or EFF 2)
controls are turned all the way down for the
channels into which the effect sound is being
input. If the EFF 1 (or EFF 2) controls are
raised, feedback will occur, and your speakers
may be damaged.
Note: The AUX controls are not affected by the
level settings of each channel. This allows you
to create a mix that is independent of the main
speakers.EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
28 Example setupsUsing a subwoofer
Here is an example of using a subwoofer in the speaker system.
If you are using a sub-woofer, press the LPF ON/OFF switch (located in the lower right of the EMX5000-20/
EMX5000-12) to send the low-range signal to the sub-woofer. The frequency range below the frequency specified by the control knob (80–120 Hz) will be output to the sub-woofer.
Main
speakers
Power AMP
SubwooferEMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
Troubleshooting 29Troubleshooting
The following table describes the possible malfunctions of this device, and the appropriate actions to be taken in
each case.
Powered Mixer Q&A
Problem Cause Action
Sound is no
longer output from the
speakers.
The POWER
indicator is
dark.
The load on this device was too great, and
the protection circuit for the power unit
has operated. Possible reasons for the excessive load are an excessive input to the device,
or inappropriate ventilation.
Please wait. When the device cools off, normal operation
will resume automatically. However, please check the
following two points to prevent the problem from recurring.
If the input to this device is greater than the nominal
level, lower the input to the nominal level. If the device
is not ventilated sufficiently, refer to the cautions given at
the beginning of this manual and take appropriate measures to insure adequate ventilation.
The POWER
indicator is lit.
The load on the amplifier of this device was
too great, and the protection circuit for the
amplifier has operated. Possible reasons for
the excessive load are an excessive level setting in the channel control section or main
section, insufficient ventilation, or insufficient load impedance of the connected
speakers.
Please wait. When the device cools off, normal operation
will resume automatically. However, please check the
following three points to prevent the problem from
recurring.
If the level setting is excessive, lower it to the nominal
level. You can refer to the peak level indicators of the
main section when doing so.
If the device is not ventilated sufficiently, refer to the
cautions given at the beginning of this manual and take
appropriate measures to insure adequate ventilation.
If the load impedance (including a short) is too low, refer
to the chapter on connections (page 19–20) and change
the connections so that the impedance is correct.
Other
Connections between devices have come
loose.
Inspect the connections, and correct any faulty connections.
Other The device may have malfunctioned. Please contact your
dealer.
Q: The built-in effect is not effective. A: The ON switch in the DIGITAL EFFECT section may
not be turned on. Or, you have adjusted the EFFECT
control in the Channel section or the EFFECT RTN
fader in the DIGITAL EFFECT section.
Q: The monitoring sound from the speakers is not powerful enough relative to the level of the input sound.
A: The equalizer LOW control for each channel may be set
to negative values.
Q: The signal is sent from the EFFECT SEND jack to the
connected effect processor. Then the effect sound is
returned to the ST SUB IN jack. However, no signal is
input to the mixer.
A: The ST or AUX control in the STEREO SUB INPUT
section may not be rotated to right.
Q: An external powered speaker is connected to the AUX
SEND jack.
However, the signal is not sent to the speaker even
when the AUX fader in the MASTER CONTROL section
is raised.
A: The AUX controls for input channels may not have been
adjusted.
Q: Can the INPUT A jack and the INPUT B jack be used at
the same time?
A: You cannot use the INPUT A jack and the INPUT B jack
for the same channel at the same time.
Q: Can a single speaker be connected to the mixer? A: Yes. Use a speaker with an impedance of 4-8 ohms.EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
30 SpecificationsSpecifications
■ General specifications
Maximum output power
SPEAKERS: 500 W+500 W/4Ω @0.5% THD at 1 kHz
325 W+325 W/8Ω @0.5% THD at 1 kHz
BRIDGE: 1000 W/8Ω @0.5% THD at 1 kHz
Frequency response
20 Hz–20 kHz +1 dB, –3 dB @1 W output into 8Ω (SPEAKERS OUT)
20 Hz–20 kHz +1 dB, –3 dB @+4 dB output into 600Ω
(ST OUT, ST SUB OUT, MONO OUT, AUX SEND, EFFECT SEND)
Total harmonic distortion
Less than 0.5% @20 Hz–20 kHz, 250 W output into 4Ω (SPEAKERS OUT)
Less than 0.3% @20 Hz–20 kHz, +14 dB output into 600Ω
(ST OUT, ST SUB OUT, MONO OUT, AUX SEND, EFFECT SEND)
Hum & noise
(Average, Rs=150Ω)
(with 20 Hz–20 kHz BPF)
–128 dB equivalent input noise, –65 dB residual output noise (SPEAKERS OUT)
–95 dB residual output noise (ST OUT, ST SUB OUT, AUX SEND)
–84 dB (ST OUT, MONO OUT)
ST master/MONO master fader at nominal level and all channel On switches off and all channel fader at minimum.
–64 dB (68 dB S/N)
(ST OUT, MONO OUT)
ST master fader at nominal level and one channel On switch
on and one channel fader at nominal level and one channel
Gain control at nominal level.
–81 dB (AUX SEND)
Master fader at nominal level and all channel On switches off
and all channel level control at minimum.
–80 dB (EFFECT SEND) All channel level control at minimum.
Maximum voltage gain
108 dB INPUT A/B to SPEAKERS OUT
84 dB INPUT A/B to ST OUT, MONO OUT
80 dB INPUT A/B to AUX SEND (PRE)
90 dB INPUT A/B to AUX SEND (POST)
78 dB INPUT A/B to EFFECT SEND
58 dB ST CH IN to ST OUT
Crosstalk at 1 kHz 68 dB adjacent input, 68 dB input to output
Input channel equalization
±15 dB Maximum
HIGH 10 kHz shelving*
MID 250 Hz–5 kHz peaking
LOW 100 Hz shelving*
* Turn over/roll off frequency of shelving: 3 dB below maximum variable level.
ST Input channel equalization
±15 dB Maximum
HIGH 10 kHz shelving*
MID 2.5 kHz peaking
LOW 100 Hz shelving*
* Turn over/roll off frequency of shelving: 3 dB below maximum variable level.
CH peak indicators Red LED on each channel lits when POST EQ signal reaches the level –3 dB below clipping.
CH signal indicators Green LED on each channel lits when POST EQ signal reaches the level –10 dB.
Meters 13 points LED meter
Power amp select switch 500W + 500W, 300W + 300W, 100W + 100W
Limiter Comp. : THD≥0.5% (SPEAKERS OUT)
LIMIT indicators Turn on : THD≥0.5% (SPEAKERS OUT)
Graphic equalizer 9 bands (63, 125, 250, 500, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, 16k Hz), ±12 dB Maximum
Internal digital effect 1 16 programs, parameter control
Internal digital effect 2 16 programs, parameter control, tap delay control, foot switch (DIGITAL EFFECT ON/OFF, TAP)
Foot switch (FC5) Digital effect 2 mute: on/off, Tap delay
Protection circuit (Power amp) POWER switch on/off mute, DC detection, TEMP (heatsink temp. ≥90°C)
Fan circuit stop — low speed (50°C) — variable — high speed (70°C)
Phantom power +48 V (balanced input)
Option FC5 (Foot switch), RK-124 (EMX5000-12)
Power requirement/
Power consumption
USA and Canada:120 V AC 60 Hz, 400 W
Europe: 230 V AC 50 Hz, 550 W
Other: 240 V AC 50 Hz, 550 WEMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
Input specifications 31■ Input specifications
■ Output specifications
For European Model
Purchaser/User Information specified in EN55103-1 and EN55103-2.
Inrush Current: 70A
Conformed Environment: E1, E2, E3 and E4
Dimensions (WxHxD) 682 × 158 × 538 mm (EMX5000-20) / 478 × 158 × 538 mm (EMX5000-12)
Weight 19 kg (EMX5000-20) / 15 kg (EMX5000-12)
Accessories Power cord, Owner’s Manual
Input terminals
Gain
control
Actual load
impedance
For use with
nominal
Input level
Connectors on
mixer
Sensitivity1
1. Sensitivity is the lowest level that can produce an output of +4 dB (1.23 V) or the nominal output level when the unit is set at maximum gain.
(All fader and level controls are at maximum position.)
Nominal Max. before clip
CH INPUT A
(CH1–8/1–16)
–60
5 kΩ 50–600Ω Mics
–80 dB (0.078 mV) –60 dB (0.775 mV) –40 dB (7.75 mV)
XLR-3-31 type2
2. Balanced. (T=HOT, R=COLD, S=GND)
–16 –36 dB (12.3 mV) –16 dB (123 mV) +4 dB (1.23 V)
CH INPUT B
(CH1–8/1–16)
–60
50 kΩ
600Ω Lines
–80 dB (0.078 mV) –60 dB (0.775 mV) –40 dB (7.75 mV) PHONE JACK
(TRS)2–16 –36 dB (12.3 mV) –16 dB (123 mV) +4 dB (1.23 V)
ST INPUT
(CH9–12/17–20)
–34
10 kΩ
–54 dB (1.55 mV) –34 dB (15.5 mV) –14 dB (155 mV)
PHONE JACK3
3. Unbalanced.
In these specifications when dB represents a specific voltage, 0 dB is referenced to 0.775 Vrms, 0 dBV is referenced to 1 Vrms.
+10 –10 dB (245 mV) +10 dB (2.45 V) +30 dB (24.5 V)
ST SUB IN (1, 2) –12 dB (195 mV) +4 dB (1.23 V) +20 dB (7.75 V)
2TR IN (L, R) –26 dBV (50.1 mV) –10 dBV (316 mV) +10 dBV (3.16 V) PHONO JACK3
INSERT IN (CH1–8/1–16) –20 dB (77.5 mV) 0 dB (0.775 V) +20 dB (7.75 V) PHONE JACK3
POWER AMP IN (A, B) –12 dB (195 mV) +4 dBV (1.23 V) +18 dB (6.16 V) PHONE JACK3
Output terminals
Actual source
impedance
For use with
nominal
Output level
Connectors on mixer
Nominal Max. before cliping
ST OUT (L/R)
150Ω 600Ω Lines +4 dB (1.23 V) +20 dB (7.75 V) PHONE JACK1
1. Unbalanced.
ST SUB OUT (L/R)
MONO OUT
AUX SEND 1, 2
EFFECT SEND 1, 2
REC OUT (L/R)
600Ω 10 kΩ Lines
–10 dBV (316 mV) +10 dBV (3.16 V) PHONO JACK1
INSERT OUT (CH1–8/1–16) 0 dB (775 mV) +20 dB (7.75 V) PHONE JACK1
PHONES (L/R) 100Ω 40Ω Lines 3 mW 75 mW PHONE JACK (TRS)2
2. Impedance balaned. (T=HOT, R=COLD, S=GND)
• In these specifications when dB represents a specific voltage, 0 dB is referenced to 0.775 Vrms, 0 dBV is referenced 1 Vrms.
SPEAKERS 1 (A, B)
0.1Ω 4/8Ω Speakers 100 W/4Ω 500 W/4Ω
SPEAKON
SPEAKERS 2 (A, B) PHONE JACK1EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
32 SpecificationsDimensions
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
■ Installing an optional rack mount kit
By using the RK124 rack mount kit, you can install the EMX5000-12 in a rack.
Before you rack-mount the EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12, make sure that sufficient ventilation will be maintained.
(Never install the unit in a sealed rack.)
If you are going to install multiple devices including the unit in a rack, keep a 1U space or more between the
devices. Use a blank panel with holes for ventilation if you wish to insert a panel between the devices.
You will need a 13U space to install the rack mount.
Attaching the rack mount hardware.
1. Remove the side panel together with the six screws indicated by arrows in diagram 1 below.
2. Fasten the rack mount hardware using screws at the locations indicated by arrows in diagram 2-1 or 2-2.
The height at which the panel (on which the knobs and faders are located) will be mounted is determined by
the set of holes that you use to fasten the rack mount hardware.
3. Attach the rack mount hardware to the other side in the same way.
478 (EMX5000-12)
14
3
15
8
53
8
682 (EMX5000-20)
Unit: mm
1 2-1 2-2EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
Block/Level Diagram 33Block/Level Diagram
C
H
IN
P
U
T
[–
60
~
–1
6d B
]
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
C
H
IN
S
E
R
T
I/
O
[0
dB ]
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
1-
8
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
1-
16
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
1-
8
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
1-
16
A B
G
A
IN
[–
60
~
–1
6d B
]
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
P
H
A
N
T
O
M
8C
H
/S
W
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
[C
H
1-
8]
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
[C
H
1-
8]
[C
H
9-
16
]
P
A
D
H
P
F
H
P
F
B
A
H
A+
48
V
26
dB [0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
3-
S
ta ge E
Q
Lo Gain
Hi Gain
Mid f
Mid Gain
B
A
O
N
[–
10
dB ]
[0
dB ]
C
H
F
ad er P
E
A
K
S
IG
N
A
L
P
A
N
P
O
S
T
P
F
L
P
O
S
T
E
F
F
E
C
T
1
E
F
F
E
C
T
2
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
2
[0
dB ]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
STEREO L (NON-MUTE)
STEREO R (NON-MUTE)
EFFECT1 (NON-MUTE)
EFFECT2 (NON-MUTE)
AUX1 (NON-MUTE)
AUX2 (NON-MUTE)
STEREO L (MUTE)
STEREO R (MUTE)
EFFECT1 (MUTE)
EFFECT2 (MUTE)
AUX1 (MUTE)
AUX2 (MUTE)
PFL L / AFL L
PFL R / AFL R
P
F
L
A
F
L
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
S
TA
N
D
-B
Y
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
1-
8
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
1-
16
SU
M
SU
M
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
R
E
C
O
U
T
[–
10
dB V
]
L R
9-
S
ta ge G
E
Q
9-
S
ta ge G
E
Q
63Hz
125Hz
250Hz
500Hz
1kHz
2kHz
4kHz
8kHz
16kHz
G
E
Q
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
[–
6d B
]
[–
10
dB ]
S
T
O
U
T
S
T
S
U
B
O
U
T
D
R
D
R
S
T
S
U
B
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
L R
S
T
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
L R
P
E
A
K
P
E
A
K
Y
S
P
Y
S
P
P
O
W
E
R
A
M
P
IN
[+
4d B
]
Y
A
M
A
H
A
S
P
E
A
K
E
R
P
R
O
C
E
S
S
IN
G
A B
P
A
L
IM
IT
T
E
R
LI
M
IT
T
E
R
PR
O
TE
C
TO
R
P
ow er S
el ec t P
A
S
P
E
A
K
E
R
S
[5
00
W
m ax @
4o hm s] A
A
B
R
ID
G
E B
2
11
2
5
0
0
W
3
0
0
W
1
0
0
W
5
0
0
W
3
0
0
W
1
0
0
W
+1 –1 +2 –2+1 –1 +2 –2
P
O
W
E
R
A
M
P
C
on tr ol s IN
V
S
ig na l S
el ec t M
A
IN
L
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
1
M
O
N
O
B
R
ID
G
E
M
A
IN
R
M
O
N
O
A
U
X
2
M
O
N
O
B
R
ID
G
E
F
R
E
Q
80
–1
20
H
z (1
2d B
/o ct )
IN
V
LP
F
LP
F
SU
M
M
O
N
O
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
[–
10
dB ]
M
O
N
O
O
U
T
B
A
B
A
A
U
X
S
E
N
D
1
[+
4d B
]
A
U
X
S
E
N
D
2
[+
4d B
]
[–
10
dB ]
A
U
X
1 [–
10
dB ]
A
U
X
2
A
F
L
A
F
L
A
F
L
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
SU
M
SU
M
[–
6d B
]
SU
M
[–
6d B
]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
SU
M
[0
dB ]
IN
V
[0
dB ]
IN
V
[0
dB ]
P
F
L
P
O
S
T
P
O
S
T
B
A
L
E
F
F
E
C
T
1
E
F
F
E
C
T
2
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
2
[0
dB ]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
D
N
B
A
B
A
[0
dB ]
[0
dB ]
[–
10
dB ]
S
T
C
H
F
ad er P
E
A
K
S
IG
N
A
L
G
A
IN
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
S
T
C
H
IN
P
U
T
[–
34
~
+
10
dB ]
E
M
X
50
00
-1
2:
C
H
9(
L)
/1
0(
R
),
C
H
11
(L
)/
12
(R
)
E
M
X
50
00
-2
0:
C
H
17
(L
)/
18
(R
),
C
H
19
(L
)/
20
(R
)
H
A
H
A
[0
dB ]
L R
3-
S
ta ge E
Q
3-
S
ta ge E
Q
Lo Hi Mid
B
A
B
A
P
A
D
P
A
D
P
F
L
A
U
X
1
S
T
A
U
X
2
[0
dB ]
[+
4d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
[–
16
dB ]
[–
16
dB ]
S
T
S
U
B
IN
1
,2
[+
4d B
]
L
(M
O
N
O
) R
2T
R
IN
[–
10
dB V
]
B
A
B
A
[0
dB ]
[–
6d B
]
[–
6d B
]
L R
P
R
O
G
R
A
M
P
A
R
A
M
E
T
E
R
P
R
O
G
R
A
M
PA
R
A
M
E
T
E
R
D
IG
IT
A
L
E
F
F
E
C
T
1
O
N
O
N
IN
L
O
U
T
R
O
U
T
D
IG
IT
A
L
E
F
F
E
C
T
2
IN
L
O
U
T
R
O
U
T
S
T
E
F
F
E
C
T
1
R
T
N
E
F
F
E
C
T
2
R
T
N
P
F
L
P
F
L
P
F
L
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
2
[–
12
dB ]
[–
12
dB ]
A
U
X
1
A
U
X
2
[–
12
dB ]
[–
12
dB ]
FO
O
T
S
W
IT
C
H
TA
P
TA
P
O
N
/O
F
F
0d B
=
0.
77
5V
0d B
V
=
1V
+
30
dB +
20
dB +
10
dB 0d
B
–1
0d B
–2
0d B
–3
0d B
–4
0d B
–5
0d B
–6
0d B
S
T
C
H
IN
P
U
T
G
A
IN
M
in . [
+
10
dB ]
S
T
C
H
IN
P
U
T
G
A
IN
M
ax . [
–3
4d B
]
C
H
IN
P
U
T
A
, B
G
A
IN
M
ax . [
–6
0d B
]
C
H
IN
P
U
T
A
, B
G
A
IN
M
in . [
–1
6d B
]
S
T
S
U
B
IN
[+
4d B
]
C
H
&
S
T
C
H
to S
T
[0
dB ] (
P
A
N
, B
A
L
tu rn ed h ar d le ft/
rig
ht )
C
H
&
S
T
C
H
to A
U
X
/E
F
F
E
C
T
[–
6d B
]
S
T
S
U
B
IN
to S
T
/A
U
X
[
–6
dB ]
2T
R
IN
to S
T
[–
6d B
]
2T
R
IN
[–
10
dB V
]
fa de r [–
10
dB ]
[P
H
O
N
E
S
3
m W
@
40
oh m s] S
T
O
U
T
•S
T
S
U
B
O
U
T
•M
O
N
O
O
U
T
[+
4d B
]
A
U
X
S
E
N
D
, E
F
F
E
C
T
S
E
N
D
[+
4d B
]
R
E
C
O
U
T
[–
10
dB V
]
P
H
O
N
E
S
[–
16
dB ]
S
T
S
U
B
le ve l c
on tr ol [–
6d B
]
E
F
F
E
C
T
[–
6d B
]
S
T
•M
O
N
O
•A
U
X
fa de r [–
10
dB ]
S
P
E
A
K
E
R
S
O
U
T
M
A
X
IM
U
M
O
U
T
P
U
T
P
O
W
E
R
5
00
W
/4

10
0W
/4

+
40
dB +
30
dB +
20
dB +
10
dB 0d B
–1
0d B
–2
0d B
–3
0d B
–4
0d B
–5
0d B
–6
0d B
IN
V
IN
V
IN
V
IN
V
E
F
F
E
C
T
S
E
N
D
1
[+
4d B
]
E
F
F
E
C
T
S
E
N
D
2
[+
4d B
]
P
H
O
N
E
S
[3
m W
@
40
oh m s] [–
16
dB ]
P
H
O
N
E
S
EMX5000-20/EMX5000-12—Owner’s Manual
YAMAHA CORPORATION
V821290 R0 1 AP 36 Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division
P.O. Box 3, Hamamatsu, 430-8651, Japan
NP Printed in Taiwan

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