NAMM: Digital Monitors From Roland

Flagship DS series are active      23/07/04
NAMM: Digital Monitors From Roland
No hum, hiss or other nonsense.

Rolands new DS range of digital monitors aim to set the new benchmark in the market. "The DS-8/-7/-5 active reference series delivers superb, high-resolution performance with precise imaging, ultra-low coloration, and smooth, balanced energy output. Premium-grade discrete amp circuits and film capacitors provide the purest signal path. The new DS line is ideally suited for professional and project studios, fixed and mobile broadcast facilities, or any other recording/mixing environment where superior, transparent sound quality and accuracy are essential." Using digital connections in your monitors allow you to say goodbye to hums, buzzes, or cabling loss from your mixer to the speakers. The DS can handle 24-bit audio (up to 192 kHz) for a truly all-digital signal path. 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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