Yamaha Announces New Firmware Update to ADECIA Audio Solutions

Yamaha Firmware UpdateYamaha has announced a new firmware update to its ADECIA family of audio solutions, including RM-CR Audio Processor, RM-CG Ceiling Array Microphones, RM-TT Tabletop Array Microphones and RM-W Wireless Microphones. The V2.0.0 update includes several new features and improvements, including customized beam tracking functionality, an output router for Dante output signal, low latency mode for wireless microphones, an increase in the number of microphones compatible with one RM-CR and more.

The Version 2.0.0 firmware includes updates to all ADECIA microphone options and the Yamaha RM-CR Audio Processor, as well as Zoom Certification for the RM-CG Ceiling Array Microphones and the RM-TT Tabletop Microphones. Among the new features for the RM-CR is a preset Store/Recall Function that allows for support of changing environments, such as combining and dividing meeting rooms. The customized beam-tracking functionality for the RM-CG Ceiling Microphone allows users to pre-set the RM-CG’s beam-tracking zones using a color-coded system in the Web UI, allowing for up to two “focus areas” and two “exclusion areas” for more accurate audio pick-up. Additionally, the firmware now supports up to 14 RM-CG microphones connected to one RM-CR, and up to 64 RM-W wireless microphones can now be used in one area with external processors like the Yamaha MRX7-D. New reduced-latency modes for all RM microphones enable them all to be used in voice-lift applications.

Within the ADECIA solution, Yamaha’s RM-CG Ceiling Microphone, RM-TT Tabletop Microphone, and RM-W Wireless Microphones feature voice-tracking technologies to allow lively conversations to be picked up and delivered clearly to the far end. The voice tracking function automatically selects the microphone closest to the person speaking for superior voice capture, and its human voice activity detection technology anticipates additional voice locations for seamless conversation pickup.