Roland Ohrca M-5000CRoland’s Ohrca M-5000C Digital Mixing Console follows the M-5000, offering touring, broadcast, theatre and live performance the same performance in a smaller footprint.

Measuring under 30-inch (740mm) in width and weighing just 70lb (32kg), the compact M-5000C uses the same Ohrca (Open High Resolution Configurable Architecture) platform and delivers 128 freely definable audio paths, expandable protocols and multi-format I/O choices at 96kHz, 24 bits. This open audio architecture supports Dante, Madi, Waves SoundGrid, and REAC audio protocols, as well as audio delivery over video using SDI, DVI and SFP cabling.

Along with a 96kHz sampling rate, M-5000C has a 72-bit summing bus, newly designed, discrete analogue circuitry and redundant power supply. In addition to 16 inputs and eight outputs on the console, the M-5000C also features two expansion interface slots that can accommodate REAC, Dante, Madi, Waves SoundGrid and other XI-Series expansion cards.

An intuitive and flexible workflow is key to the design of the M-5000C with an abundance of user-centric features such as the 12-inch colour touchscreen that is controllable by multipurpose knobs below the screen. Sixteen (of a total of 20) faders are divided into two banks of eight that can work together or isolated, each can be assigned with a total of four different workflows; Scroll, Spill DCA, Anchors and User Assignable Layers. The remaining four faders can be freely assigned by the end-user depending on their requirements. Also free to be assigned by the user are three banks each with four knobs and eight buttons (total 12 knobs and twenty four buttons) ensuring the M-5000C meets the demands for compliancy that professionals now expect.

The new platform integrates with the extensive family of existing Roland products, including the R-1000 48-channel Player/Recorder, digital snake options and the M-48 Personal Mixer. Connecting M-48 and M-5000C via the powered REAC port on the console, the engineer can mix between those artists on aux buses and those musicians on personal mixers.


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