Roland XS Multi-Format Matrix Switcher series, presenting the company officially in InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas, is designed for fixed installations and live events that require conversion and high quality video and audio mixing.

Roland XS series

This new line of multi-format matrix of Roland offers greater flexibility for installations that require conversion and mixture of audio and video quality, since it incorporates eight inputs HDMI, RGB/component/s-video/composite and up to four outputs HDMI or HDBaseT with climbers who offer PinP, change of size, turnover and investment.

The audio can embed from outlets of the eight analog inputs (two of them microphone) or HDMI audio. In addition, this new range of matrices includes control from iPad emulation EDID and HDCP management.

The range XS Multi-Format Matrix Switcher, that Roland will show for the first time during InfoComm 2014, from 14 to 20 June in Las Vegas Convention Center, is composed of three models: 8-in. x 4-out (XS - 84 H), 8-in x 3-out (XS - 83 H), and 8-in x 2-out (XS - 82 H), to respond to the needs of many applications including Conference and education , Convention Centers, teleconferencing, as well as in the change from 4K to 1. 080p.

All models of the series XX can be controlled remotely with the native app for iPad Remote XS, besides for RS-232 and LAN, which is very useful in installations where the unit is not available or a simple touch control is required. XS-84 model is capable of working with four simultaneous video inputs, allowing the use of 4K sources. Multi-format capabilities allow you to use 4K, HD, SD, XGA and other formats of computer to 1.920 × 1.200 p (WUXGA).

Roland-XS series

Multi-screen video control

One of the advantages of the XS arrays in advanced video processes focus on multi-screen installations, as well as live productions video control. It is possible to scale an image in multiple displays simultaneously using multiple outputs with Span mode and easily change to a different image on each display using Matrix mode. Each input channel allows scaling settings, position, prior to the output aspect ratio, offering the best possible image quality.

In education environments, the XS series offers the possibility to switch between signals with HDCP protection and computers, phones, tablets, blu-ray and even still images from internal memory. Up to four outputs for long runs of wiring HDBaseT, transmitting audio and video simultaneously can be used.

For teleconferencing applications, these matrices Multiformat including four busses each with audio and video, that can be used to create an audio bus 'minus-one' and avoid feedback problems. It also includes function ducking to adjust audio levels when a microphone is used in environments of Conference or meeting rooms.

Roland-XS series

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