The Roland M-480 V-Mixer boasts a powerful new mixing engine, providing a premium console choice. But the M-480 is more than a console; it is the heart of a V-Mixing System with perfectly integrated Digital Snakes, Personal Mixing and Multi-Channel Recording solutions.
With superb sound quality, powerful functions, expandability and intuitive operation, the V-Mixing System continues to introduce new possibilities to the world of live mixing.
The M-480 is the first V-Mixer to support a cascade connection that enables 96 channels of mixing by connecting a second unit.
Supporting live events, mobile production, broadcasting, and sound installation the V-Mixing System with the V-Mixer at its heart provides the next level of innovation for any live mixing venue.
– 48 mixing channels plus 6 stereo returns
– Main LCR outputs, 16 AUX buses, 8 matrices
– 4-band fully parametric EQ, gate/compressor on all channels
– All input and output channels equipped with delay
– 6 built-in multi-effects and 12 graphic EQs
– Cascade capability supports large format applications
– [Ver.1.5] Increased number of DCA’s from 8 to 24
– [Ver.1.5] Scene Fade Function
– [Ver.1.5] Increased delay time up to 1.2 seconds for broadcast and large outdoor applications
– [Ver.1.5] Five new effect processors including Multi-Band Compression/Expansion and BOSS digital effect models.
– [Ver.1.5] Second order shelving on Lo and Hi EQ
– [Ver.1.5] Mutually Exclusive LR/C assignment for cross-matrixed linear array speaker configurations
– [Ver.1.5] Delay setting in "samples"
– [Ver.1.5] Monitor dimmer setting
– [Ver.1.6] Remote control from the dedicated iPad application, M-480 Remote
OUTPUT: 10 ports (Max 90 ports When using REAC devices)AD/DA Conversion 24-bit/48.0 kHz or 44.1 kHzNetwork Latency 2.8 mS (typ.)
*Total System Latency of audio signal from S-1608 inputs to outputs via M-480’s REAC ports (A or B).
*Sample Rate: 48.0 kHz
*Effects : No insert effects
CONSOLE INPUT jacks (1 to 8) XLR-3-31 type (balanced, phantom power)TALKBACK MIC IN jack XLR-3-31 type (balanced, phantom power)STEREO IN jacks (L / R) RCA phono typeCONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8) XLR-3-32 type (balanced)PHONES jack Stereo 1/4 inch phone typeDIGITAL OUT jacks Stereo Optical type, Coaxial typeREAC Ports RJ-45 EtherCon typeUSB connectors USB Type A and Type BRemote Controls RS-232C connector: 9-pin D-sub type, MIDI connectors
(OUT/THRU, IN): 5-pin DIN typeOther Connectors GND Terminal, LAMP connector XLR-4-31 type
Frequency Response CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): -2 dB / 0 dB (20 k ohms load, 4 dBu,typ.)
PHONES jack: -3 dB / 0 dB (40 ohms load, 150 mW, typ.)Total Harmonic Distortion Noise CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): 0.05 % ( 4 dBu, typ.)
PHONES jack: 0.05 % (typ., 40 ohms load, 150 mW, typ.)Dynamic Range CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): 110 dB (typ.)[email protected] 1 kHz CONSOLE INPUT jacks (1 to 8): -80 dB (Pad: ON, Input gain: 10 dBu, typ.)
CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): -100 dB (typ.)Nominal Input Level (Variable) CONSOLE INPUT jacks (1 to 8): -65 to -10 dBu (Pad: OFF) or -45 to 10 dBu (Pad: ON), (typ.)
STEREO IN jacks (L / R): -18 to 0 dBu TALKBACK MIC IN jack: -50 to -10 dBuInput Impedance CONSOLE INPUT jacks (1 to 8): 14 k ohms STEREO IN jacks (L / R): 10 k ohms
TALKBACK MIC IN jack: 41 K ohmsNon Clip Maximum Input level CONSOLE INPUT jacks (1 to 8): 8 dBu (Pad: OFF) or 28 dBu (Pad: ON),(typ.)
STEREO IN jacks (L / R): 18 dBu (typ.)
TALKBACK MIC IN jack: 8 dBu (typ.)Nominal Output Level CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): 4 dBu (Load impedance: 10 kohms, typ.)Output Impedance CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): 600 ohms
PHONES jack: 100 ohmsRecommended Load Impedance CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): 10 k ohms or greater
PHONES jack: 8 ohms or greaterNon Clip Maximum Output level CONSOLE OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8): 22 dBu (1 kHz, 10 k ohms load, typ.)
*XLR type: 1 GND, 2 HOT, 3: COLD * Phantom power: DC 48 V(unloaded maximum), 14 mA (maximum load) (All XLR type inputs)
* LAMP power: DC 12 V/500 mA
* When a S-4000D REAC Splitter&Power Distributor or a switching hub is used in-line with REAC cables, the network latency will increase by the amount of processing delay introduced by the splitting device itself. The actual delay is dependant upon the specifications of the splitting device, though the maximum delay amount for a single splitting device should be about 200 microseconds.
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