Roland M-5000C Mixer

The newest addition to the company’s line of Open High Resolution Configurable Architecture (OHRCA)-based consoles
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Roland’s Professional A/V division announced the M-5000C live mixing console. The M-5000C is the newest addition to the company’s line of Open High Resolution Configurable Architecture (OHRCA)-based consoles. The mixer is compact, at a little less than 30in. wide and 70lbs. It has a 96kHz sampling rate, a 72-bit summing bus, newly designed discrete analog circuitry, and redundant power supply. There are 16 inputs and eight outputs as well as two expansion card interface slots. The OHRCA platform provides a mix engine of 128 freely definable audio paths; open audio architecture supporting Dante, MADI, Waves SoundGrid, and REAC audio protocols; and audio delivery over video using SDI, DVI, and SFP cabling. Built-in REAC ports support seamless integration from the console for multi-track recording/playback, Roland M-48 personal mixers, and many I/O box choices, at high-resolution 24-bit 96kHz platform. Control includes a 12in. color touchscreen; 20 channel faders in three groups; anchor points; DCA spills; multifunction knobs and buttons; and a user-assignable section. Remote control software (Mac/Windows) extends the user interface beyond the built-in GUI, resulting in flexible organization of critical pages or meters on external monitors will be available soon. It’s ideal for theaters, portable churches, OB trucks/vans, touring or any application demanding power and flexibility in a small footprint.
Shipping: Starting in Q4 2015
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