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Roland VS-840 GX
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Digital Multrack-studio from Roland belonging to the VS series.

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  • Roland VS-840 GXPublished on 05/09/04 at 07:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -4 Bridgable in Mono Stereo / output and coaxial digital / 1x 1x midi in midi out.
    -Perfect for chantillonage is high quality.
    Backup to ZIP-250.
    MMidi-clock and MMC.
    That's the problem. Just the two tracks fois.Dommage ...

    UTILIZATION

    Easier? You die ...
    Everything is in-trs little manipulation.
    -Without any difficulty. All is very simple.
    -The manual is the roland: Trs with clear examples and everything ...

    SOUNDS

    -Top converters are ...
    Effects are-trs parameter.
    The TRS-dynamic performance.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year and I'm not moving anything prt.
    Report qualitprix-beat. ...
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    -4 Bridgable in Mono Stereo / output and coaxial digital / 1x 1x midi in midi out.
    -Perfect for chantillonage is high quality.
    Backup to ZIP-250.
    MMidi-clock and MMC.
    That's the problem. Just the two tracks fois.Dommage ...

    UTILIZATION

    Easier? You die ...
    Everything is in-trs little manipulation.
    -Without any difficulty. All is very simple.
    -The manual is the roland: Trs with clear examples and everything ...

    SOUNDS

    -Top converters are ...
    Effects are-trs parameter.
    The TRS-dynamic performance.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year and I'm not moving anything prt.
    Report qualitprix-beat.
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  • Roland VS-840 GXPublished on 05/09/05 at 04:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See description.
    20b / 44H
    A guitar input, up to 4 simultaneous tracks emregistrees.
    Very very good sound ... a bit too compressed.

    UTILIZATION

    So easy with the EZ mode = router you click, we click, we click ... it's in the box.

    SOUNDS

    No pb.

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 years.
    Good connectivity (MIDI IN / OUT + OUT SPDIF coaxial and optical)
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