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Roland VR3 Audio Video Mixer

Discontinued

Roland VR3 Audio Video Mixer

The VR-3's innovative design incorporates a video switcher, audio mixer, preview monitors and streaming-ready USB output all in a single unit. As a USB Video/Audio class device, web streaming is effortless by simply connecting to a computer running a live streaming service such as USTREAM , Livestream, Stickam, Justin.tv, worshipstream.com, websharelive.com, etc. The reduction in hardware equipment, setup time and connection complexity ensures a worry-free, easy to use solution for any event.

The VR-3 is extremely portable weighing less than five pounds. It can be powered by the provided power supply or by external battery options like Sanyo's Pedal Juice. Its intuitive touch screen interface provides an easy way to switch video sources as well as an efficient way to access menus. This portable live production solution is ideal for schools, churches, council meetings, corporate events, sports, memorial services, or production live to web.

Features:
  • 4-Channel Video Switcher (3 Composite video sources + 1 Composite/PC switchable)
  • 4 Mono (XLR or 1/4”) and 2 stereo mixable audio channels
  • Built-in stereo microphone for mixing in ambient sound
  • Built-in scan converter for PC input with a thru for connecting a projector or display
  • Built-in single LCD monitor with touch control for easy video source and menu selection
  • Monitor can be used to view a quad display of inputs, program out or combination quad view with program out.
  • Compositing video effects include: keying, split screen, picture-in-picture
  • Digital audio effects include: Noise Gate, EQ, Reverb, Noise Suppressor, enhancer and master Lo/Hi filters
  • USB video/audio class device for web streaming or recording with a PC/Mac.
VIDEO
  • Input Connectors: VIDEO IN 1--4 jacks (Composite: RCA phono type) PC IN connector (DB-15 type)
  • Output Connectors: VIDEO OUT 1, 2 jacks (Composite: RCA phono type) VIDEO OUT MULTI-PREVIEW jack (Composite: RCA phono type) PC THRU connector (DB-15 type) (THRU)
  • Video Format: Composite: NTSC or PAL PC IN: 800 x 600 (120 Hz), 832 x 624 (75 Hz), 1024 x 768 (80 Hz), 1152 x 864 (75 Hz), 1152 x 870 (75 Hz), 1280 x 720 (60 Hz), 1280 x 768 (75 Hz), 1280 x 800 (75 Hz), 1280 x 1024 (75 Hz), 1366 x 768 (75 Hz) *The refresh rate is the maximum value of each resolution.
  • Sampling Rate: 4:2:2 (Y:R-Y:B-Y), 8-bit, 13.5 MHz (ITU-R BT.601)
  • Input/Output Level and Impedance: Composite: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms PC IN: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms (H,V:5V TTL)
AUDIO
  • Input Connectors: AUDIO IN 1--4 jacks (XLR/TRS combo type, phantom power) AUDIO IN 5--6 jacks (RCA phono type) AUDIO IN 7--8 jack (Stereo miniature type) MIC (Internal stereo microphones)
  • Phantom Power: DC 48 V (unloaded maximum), 5 mA (maximum load) * Current value per channel.
  • Output Connectors: AUDIO OUT L,R jacks (Stereo 1/4-inch phone type) AUDIO OUT L,R jacks (RCA phono type) PHONES jack (Stereo 1/4-inch phone type) (headphones) PHONES jack (Stereo miniature type) (headphones)
  • Sampling Rate: 48 kHz (24-bit)
  • Input Level and Impedance: XLR/TRS: -68--+4 dBu (Maximum: +22 dBu, 4 k ohms) RCA phono: -10 dBu (Maximum: +8 dBu, 15 k ohms) Miniature: -15 dBu (Maximum: +3 dBu, 15 k ohms)
  • Output Level and Impedance: 1/4-inch phone/RCA phono: -10 dBu (Maximum: +8 dBu, 1 k ohm) Headphones: 25 mW + 25 mW, 10 ohms
OTHER CONNECTORS
  • USB connector: Hi-Speed USB: USB Type B, USB-VIDEO, USB-AUDIOResolution: 720 x 480 (29.97fps/Motion-JPEG), Audio: 48kHz/16bit
  • Remote: MIDI IN, OUT/THRU (5-pin DIN type)
  • Display: Graphic color LCD 320 x 240 dots (touch screen)
  • Power Supply: DC 9V
  • Current Draw: 1.5 A
  • Size and Weight
  • Width: 11-15/16 inches
  • Depth: 8 inches
  • Height: 3-3/16 inches
  • Weight: 4 lbs. 7 oz.

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  • Q:

    Can we record and stream at the same time?
    Asked on 11/16/2012 by Van

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes this unit does have the ability to record and stream at the same time

      Answered on 12/12/2012 by Anonymous
  • Q:

    So the keynote presentation is 1024 x 768, and the DVI to VGA cable from the laptop (containing the keynote) is hooked up to the VR3.
    And Ive created a little slide show with squares and circles so I can adjust aspect ratios - I want circles to be circles and squares to be squares etc. I can take the vertical "down" in size and get the shapes right, but then the entire picture is not really centered.
    I can adjust Horizontal and Vertical POSITION but they only move so far (-20 in some direction).

    Any way to just letterbox the whole thing or something like that?
    The quality coming through is way better than aiming a camera at the screen, but need the proper aspect ratio, and cutting nothing off.

    Part of the problem is, a Powrpoint presentation is hi rez and the DVD is low res so anyone have a solution?
    Asked on 11/14/2012 by RadiantMedia

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Unfortunately, I don't think so. You might have to contact Roland to get a clear cut answer on that one.

      Answered on 3/6/2013 by Kris
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