Roland Systems Group debuted its S-MADI REAC Bridge at this year’s InfoComm Show in June. The S-MADI REAC Bridge, a bi-directional signal converter between MADI and REAC, enables connectivity between Roland’s REAC products (M-48 Personal Mixing System), to MADI-equipped digital audio mixers/systems including DiGiCo’s SD7, SD8 & SD9 and D Series consoles.
DiGiCo’s Technical Director John Stadius worked closely with Roland engineers to ensure smooth functionality and interconnectivity with DiGiCo’s mixing systems. “We appreciate DiGiCo’s enthusiasm and support of the S-MADI,“ offered John Broadhead, Vice President Roland Systems Group. “We’re pleased that the world of REAC products can now be interconnected with any MADI device. In particular, the award-winning M-48 Personal Mixing System is a great pairing with high-end digital mixing solutions such as what is offered from DiGiCo and their D and SD series consoles.”
About The Roland S-MADI REAC Bridge:
The S-MADI satisfies the increasing demand for a digital connection between large digital mixing consoles and the award-winning M-48 Personal Mixing System and Digital Snakes. It is also ideal to easily distribute/split audio from V-Mixing Systems or Digital Snake systems to outside broadcast trucks and other MADI-equipped locations.
The S-MADI REAC Bridge features:
40 channels of bi-directional conversion between REAC and MADI
MADI coaxial and optical I/O
Support for REAC Embedded Power to power M-48 Personal Mixer and/or S-0808 I/O unit
Support for 44.1/48 kHz with locking to WORD, MADI or REAC clocks
56 and 64 channel REAC/MADI offset support:
Contact: Roland Systems Group | rolandsystemsgroup.com/smadi