Prolight + Sound 2014: Roland reveals details on REAC14 March 2014
Roland is using Prolight + Sound to demonstrate how the company is ‘bringing professional audio and video together’. The company is launching its new S-2416 Digital Snake, which, like other new products, utilises proprietary Roland technology (such as REAC – Roland Ethernet Audio Communication) to enhance connectivity and flexibility.
The recently launched Roland VR-3EX and the VR-50HD AV Mixers are also being showcased to European market. The consoles are said to provide a front-end solution for live production, web streaming and recording. The company is also displaying the M-200i iPad Controllable Digital Console, representing the versatility, exceptional sound quality and expandability of Roland products.
Visitors to the stand are being encouraged to get ‘hands on’ with the Roland products and see the benefits of being able to easily build modular or system configurations using the S-4000 or S-1608 Digital Snake Systems and find out more about REAC.