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Roland XS-Series Application Examples
The XS series can perform switching for up to eight computers and video devices. Systems comprising mixed digital and analog video sources in HDMI, RGB, Component, S-video, and composite can be configured. For audio as well, up to eight stereo channels of input can be switched and mixed. The ducking function also makes it possible to lower audio-line volume when someone speaks into a microphone. Performing output using HDBaseT enables transmission of 1080p high-definition video over Cat5e cable to HDBaseT-compatible equipment up to 100 meters away.
The XS series can switch between HDCP-protected HDMI video from computers and smart phones and still-image data saved in internal memory. It can also display a school emblem while in standby with no equipment connected. Built-in compressors, EQs, and HPFs on the input lines enable adjustment of mic and line audio. output on up to four HDBaseT lines makes it possible to transmit video to sub-displays.
Event Halls and Churches
The XS series supports component, S-video, and composite feeds in addition to HDMI and RGB, making it ideal for event halls equipped with sources in various media formats. Mulit-screen productions become possible with the different video modes. The horizontal mirroring and cropping functions enable the creation of laterally symmetrical video output while still sending a wideshot to the lobby.
The XS-84 is capable of switching four video lines as a group, enabling configuration of a 4K system. Switching a mixture of video feeds that includes 4K, HD, and SD sizes as well as up to WUXGA and other computer video formats is also possible.
The XS series features four internal buses each for video and audio. It can be used to create minus-one audio, enabling incorporation into teleconferencing systems.
Events and Conventions
The XS series is equipped with eight ports each for HDMI and RGB/Component/S-video/Composite input, giving it enough capacity to accommodate even large conventions. Previewing output is possible as well, enabling adjustment of the positioning, scaling, and aspect of the input signal before output. The compositing functions make it possible to composite different types of informational screens separately from the main screen, for output to monitor displays visible to presenters and performers.