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Roland Systems Group VR-3EX
The Roland VR-3EX boasts an audio mixer, video mixer, touchscreen monitor, and USB port for streaming and recording. The unit advances the popular entry model, the Roland VR-3, by adding four HDMI inputs/outputs, built-in scaling with resolutions up to 1080p and WUXGA, HDCP support, full 18-channel digital audio mixer with effects, and over 200 video transitions and effects. The design incorporates a video switcher, audio mixing, touch-select preview monitor and streaming-ready USB output all in a single unit. Video inputs one to three features composite (RCA) or HDMI (SD only) while input four accepts HDMI, RGB/Component or composite video. The output features the ability to scale resolutions up to 1080p via HDMI or component, 1920x1200 (WUXGA) via RGB, or SD (NTSC or PAL) composite. An additional HDMI output is included for an external preview monitor.
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