Roland R1000 48 Track Recorder
Hard Disk Recorder
The Roland R1000 records up to 48 tracks of broadcast .wav files, stably, reliable, and with professional quality
- 48 track recorder and player
- Records up to 48 tracks of 24-bit audio in BWF format
- Removable Hard disk drive ensures smooth integration with DAWs
- Approximately 20 hours recording (44.1/48 kHz) using 500GB HDD
- Plays up to 48 tracks of 24-bit audio via REAC
- Data can be loaded from external devices
- Marker function enables playback at any designated point
- Connect with any V-Mixer and control directly from the console
- Connect with any REAC Digital Snake product
- Versatile feature set including video sync, timecode, GPI and RS-232C
The R-1000 is an intuitive stand alone, dedicated recorder/player designed to work with the V-Mixing System in any live event or production. You can also connect and use the R-1000 with any digital console that has MADI output capabilities by using the Roland S-MADI REAC MADI Bridge.
The R-1000 is based on REAC (Roland Ethernet Audio Communication) and eliminates the bulk and noise susceptibility typically associated with analog snakes and replaces it with Cat5e/6 (Ethernet/LAN) cable.
- FREE UK delivery with this product
- 3 year warranty
- 14-day money-back guarantee
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This product comes with a 3 year warranty as standard.
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