DM3 Firmware V1.13
Please read the following instructions and notes before updating DM3 series consoles.
Cautions when updating
- Use “dm3_firm113.zip” for the update.
- When updating, copy the unzipped file “DM3_firmware_V1.13.bin” to the root directory of a USB flash drive, and follow the instructions on the update guide. With DM3 (Dante model), the Dante firmware also needs to be updated. This can be achieved at the same time by using the same USB flash drive.
- When updating the Dante firmware, the message "Dante Update Error. Dante Primary Port has no network link." may appear. In this case, connect another network device to the Dante Primary port and follow the update guide. If no other network devices are available, avoid the error by connecting the Dante Primary port (1) and network port (2) on the DM3 using an ethernet cable and then follow the update guide before proceeding.
- *IMPORTANT NOTES*
Before copying the firmware files, delete all other files with extension .BIN from the root directory of the USB flash drive.
Cautions for Dante Domain Manager (DDM)
- Please check here when using DDM.
DM3 cannot control other Dante I/O devices while the console is enrolled in a DDM domain.
Cautions when using d&b audiotechnik DS10 Audio network bridge
- When DM3 (Dante model) is connected to the same Dante network with d&b audiotechnik DS10 Audio network bridge, DANTE PATCH processing from DM3 does not work properly or behaves in an unstable manner. This prevents HA remote control of external Dante I/O devices such as R series from working correctly from DM3. Yamaha is in close contact with d&b audiotechnik and both parties are working together to resolve this issue as soon as possible. Until then, it is recommended to avoid using DM3 and DS10 together on the same Dante network.
DM3 Series Firmware/Editor Compatibility
- Please make sure an appropriate version of Editor software is used, which is compatible with your console firmware in reference to the following compatibility chart. Using an unsupported Firmware/Editor and other related software combination may result in unexpected behavior.
Main Revisions and Enhancements
New features in V1.10
- Now supports the new Tio1608-D2, allowing 96 kHz Dante patching and HA remote control.
Changes in V1.13
- This update is issued for production efficiency reasons only. If V1.12 firmware is already installed, it is not necessary to update DM3 to V1.13.
Improvements in V1.12
- Improved the process for setting the Administrator password.
Improvements in V1.10
- Selecting Unicast for meter communication with Editor/StageMix/MonitorMix enables meter communication across routers.
Fixed bugs in V1.12
- Fixed the problem in which, using the delay function of the STEREO Bus might generate background noise from the STEREO OUTPUT.
- Fixed the problem on Dante firmware V184.108.40.206 in which Dante firmware V220.127.116.11 included in DM3 V1.10 caused noise when patching multicast flows of 16 or more channels.
- Fixed a problem in which, in rare cases, the mute on a Rio or Tio I/O device would not be released when the device was set to Refresh mode, it was connected to a DM3 and the devices where powered up.
- Fixed a problem in which turning on Delay delayed the Delay Time by one sample from the set value.
- After changing the region, date, and time settings in the Date/Time screen of the Setup menu, Dante patches with externally connected Dante I/O devices may not be changed, or HA parameters may not be remotely controlled. If this symptom occurs, please reboot the DM3 unit. This problem will be fixed in a future firmware update.
Notices for usage
- The Dante module will be reset to DAISY CHAIN mode following initialization. If Dante is used with a redundant connection, unplug the Dante network cables before initializing, reconfigure the Dante settings and then re-attach the network cables.
- DM3 consoles can control the HA parameters of the following I/O devices. The maximum number of controllers including other consoles and apps (MonitorMix, ProVisionaire Control, ProVisionaire Touch) which can control each I/O device simultaneously is as follows:
- Tio1608-D2/Tio1608-D(V1.04 and later)/Rio3224-D2/Rio1608-D2/Rio3224-D/Rio1608-D/Ri8-D: Up to four controllers.
- DM3 as an I/O device: Up to ten controllers.
- When setting up the latency in Dante Controller, and there is a discrepancy in latency between the transmit device and the receive device, the largest (slowest) latency setting of the two devices will be applied.
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