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Roland VSR-880
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Digital Multitrack Recorder/DtD from Roland belonging to the VS series.

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  • Roland VSR-880Published on 08/01/05 at 02:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8pistes and 128 virtual tracks numriques
    Trs good connections!
    8 / V-Tracks: 2 banks of 64 V-Tracks (8 Tracks @ 8 V-Tracks 2 @ Banks) * Up to 8 tracks simultaneously Can Be Recorded and up to 8 tracks simultaneously Can Be Played back.

    Maximum Usable Disk Capacity
    32 gigabytes: 1 gigabyte (capacity) @ 4 (Score) @ 8 (Disk Drive)

    Internal Memory
    Songs: 200 (each partition)

    Equalizer
    HI, MID, LOW (8 channels) / HI, LOW (16 channels)

    Recording Mode
    VSR (24-bit, 8-track), MAS (Mastering), MT1 (Multitrack 1),
    MT2 (Multitrack 2), LIV (Live), CDR

    A / DD / A Conversion
    A / D: 24-bit, 64 times oversampling / DA: 24-bit, 128 times oversampling

    Sample Rate
    48.0...
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    8pistes and 128 virtual tracks numriques
    Trs good connections!
    8 / V-Tracks: 2 banks of 64 V-Tracks (8 Tracks @ 8 V-Tracks 2 @ Banks) * Up to 8 tracks simultaneously Can Be Recorded and up to 8 tracks simultaneously Can Be Played back.

    Maximum Usable Disk Capacity
    32 gigabytes: 1 gigabyte (capacity) @ 4 (Score) @ 8 (Disk Drive)

    Internal Memory
    Songs: 200 (each partition)

    Equalizer
    HI, MID, LOW (8 channels) / HI, LOW (16 channels)

    Recording Mode
    VSR (24-bit, 8-track), MAS (Mastering), MT1 (Multitrack 1),
    MT2 (Multitrack 2), LIV (Live), CDR

    A / DD / A Conversion
    A / D: 24-bit, 64 times oversampling / DA: 24-bit, 128 times oversampling

    Sample Rate
    48.0 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32.0 kHz
    Sample rate * Can Be Adjusted around 21.9650.48 kHz (maximum) by using vari-pitch function.

    Frequency Response
    48.0 kHz: 20 HZ22 kHz (+0.2 dB dB/-0.2)
    44.1 kHz: 20 HZ20 kHz (+0.2 dB dB/-0.2)
    32.0 kHz: 20 Hz14 kHz (+0.2 dB dB/-0.2)

    Nominal Input Level (0 dBu = 0,775 V rms)
    Input A, B (Front Panel): -50 to +4 dBu / Input 1-8 (Rear Panel): 0 dBu

    Nominal Output Level
    Master Out L, R, AUX A, B, FX1, R, FX2, R: 0 dBu

    Interface Connectors
    SCSI: DB-25 type / Digital I / O: Coaxial, Optical (conforms to S / P DIF) / R-BUS: DB-25 type

    Display
    70.6 X 24.5 mm, LCD (with backlit)

    Connectors
    SCSI Connector (DB-25 type), R-BUS (DB-25 type), MIDI Connectors (IN, OUT / THRU), Input jacks A, B (1 / 4 inch phone type, TRS balanced) / Input Jack 1 - 8 (RCA type unbalanced) Digital In Connectors (Coaxial type Optical type) Digital Out Connectors (Coaxial type Optical type) Headphones jack (Stereo 1 / 4 inch phone type), Master Out L, R jacks (RCA type ), TO A, B jack (RCA type), FX1, R jacks (RCA type) / FX2 L, R jacks (RCA type) \

    Options
    VS8F2 24-bit Effect Expansion Board


    UTILIZATION

    the use of this device is quite simple, the instructions explicitly trs.


    SOUNDS

    I record the drums, guitars, bass and synths in 24bits/48khz with excellent dynamics and an outstanding sound quality!

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been four years since I use it in sync with a G4 and a table Soundcraft 16/8/2 and never crash! This is a great 8-track studios all in one Numriques!
    We can qualiser and mix with! I think I still use trs trs long!
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