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Roland Systems Group VR-3
The VR-3 incorporates a video switcher, audio mixer, previewmonitors and streaming-ready USB output. As a USB audio/video class device, Web streaming is accomplished by connecting to a computer running a live streaming service. The VR-3 is portable, weighing less than five pounds. It can be powered by the provided power supply or by external battery options. Its intuitive touchscreen interface provides an easy way to switch video sources or access menus. Features include four-channel video switcher, four mono and two stereo mixable audio channels, built-in stereo mic 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, quad display on monitor, compositing video effects, and digital audio effects.
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