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Santa Clara Vanguard Drum & Bugle Corps Uses Roland M-480 Mixer for U.S. Summer Tour
Roland Systems Group at Winter NAMM 2011
The Harkins Theater is overflow seating for Gateway Church who recently installed the M-380 V-Mixer and M-48 live personal mixers purchased from a local reseller in Grand Prairie, TX.
InfoComm 2010 marks the introduction of three new exciting products from Roland Systems Group – the M-300 V-Mixer, S-MADI REAC MADI Bridge and the MVS-12 Video Multi-Viewer.
On February 11th, 2010, the eve of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games, V-4 and V-8 video mixers helped award-winning producer/director Shawn Lam deliver the Olympic Truce Youth Dialogue to 178 viewing sites across Canada.
RSG adds to its extensive V-Mixing System lineup by introducing the new M-300 Digital Mixing Console. The M-300 V-Mixer is a 32-channel console that possesses many of the powerful features and extensive benefits of the award-winning M-400 V-Mixer but in a very compact format.
The S-MADI REAC Bridge is a bi-directional signal converter between REAC and MADI. This bridge enables connectivity between MADI-equipped digital audio mixers/systems to any REAC-based devices such as the popular M-48 Personal Mixing System, Digital Snakes, V-Mixer Consoles, and Multi-channel Live Recording.
The MVS-12 simplifies preview monitoring by grouping and displaying up to 12 SD video signals to a single HD or RGB monitor. This multi-viewer is an ideal companion for the popular line of Roland SD video mixers such as the LVS-800 and V-8.
The V-1600HD Live Video Switcher is ideal for any live event or installation that requires a high channel count and the ability to accept a variety of video input formats out of the box.
VC-50 supports JVC Blu-ray recorders. Finally a way to archive and/or distribute your hi-def material on convenient Blu-ray media. The VC-50HD converts from SDI to a 1394 (Firewire) that is readily received by JVC Blu-ray Recorders. Supports 25, 35 and 50 Mbs MPEG 2-TS formats to the JVC Blu-ray Recorders.
March 5th, 2010 - At Toronto City Hall, the M-400 console and S-4000 Digital Snake provided audio support for the Para-Olympics Torch-Lighting Ceremony. Many dignitaries including members of the Vancouver Olympic Committee and Toronto City Mayor were on hand for the ceremonies.