Roland Ships DS Range Of Digital Monitors

US For the discerning pro      22/09/04

Roland Ships DS Range Of Digital Monitors
Digital resolution - hush your studio

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The DS series monitors announced at this summers NAMM session - the active DS-8, DS-7 and DS-5 models are now shipping. These active, self-powered digital reference speakers aim to provide high-resolution performance with precise imaging, ultra-low coloration, and smooth, balanced energy output. Aimed at studio, broadcast or post production environments, they can handle up to 24-bit 192kHz digital input as well as balanced analog inputs. Though iuf you use the digital connection, you can say goodbye to hums, buzzes, or cabling loss from your mixer to the speakers. Each monitor is equipped with digital inputs (AES/EBU, coax, and optical) and analog inputs (Neutrik 1/4" /XLR), which enable connectivity to a wide range of recording and workstation environments, including Roland’s VS-Series and other new-generation devices and formats.
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