Roland Expansion Cards

Extend the audio and video I/O capabilities of both the V-1200HD Broadcast and Live Video Production Switcher and the M-5000 Live Sound Mixing Console
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Roland’s new expansion interface cards significantly extend the audio and video I/O capabilities of both the V-1200HD Broadcast and Live Video Production Switcher and the M-5000 Live Sound Mixing Console. Roland’s new XI-Expansion Interface Cards future-proof the V-1200HD and M-5000 by enabling them to interoperate with any equipment supporting the REAC, Dante, MADI, SDI, Waves SoundGrid, DVI and SFP digital audio and video transport protocols. Previously introduced for use with the M-5000 audio console, the XI-REAC, XI-Dante, XI-MADI and XI-WSG (Waves SoundGrid) cards also expand the flexibility of the new V-1200HD video switcher by enabling it to operate in a wider range of broadcast and live production applications. Similarly, the new XI-SDI, XI-DVI and XI-SFP cards allow de-embedding and embedding of audio directly from or to video signals by the M-5000. Both the V-1200HD and the M-5000 feature two available XI-Expansion Interface card slots. When used with the M-5000, the XI-SDI, XI-DVI and XI-SFP expansion interface cards add direct audio I/O capabilities for video workflows.
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