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Edirol V-4

VJ Equipment from Edirol .

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Edirol V-4Published on 09/17/04 at 02:11
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Trs good mix table for live use for local plateaus tl
with 2.5-inch LCD monitors idalie.
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Edirol V-4Published on 10/06/04 at 07:43
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An excellent mixer.
small, robust, good resolution (500 lines) and especially in midi implementations almost entirely (16 channels in / out), so has grafted shoots configs image / electro sound.
features two masters and the preview can tweak and work on the multi screen (even if the sync preview is not worth that of the master, but hey it's not done).
several models, registrabnles, all assignable effects will come on ...
not much to complain about.
so can be a bit of luma not precise but even hen ....
it could heat a little bit expensive but the good quibble is it the distance.
It's been hours since 02/2002 I believe Nothing to say she already holds the mop and go.

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An excellent mixer.
small, robust, good resolution (500 lines) and especially in midi implementations almost entirely (16 channels in / out), so has grafted shoots configs image / electro sound.
features two masters and the preview can tweak and work on the multi screen (even if the sync preview is not worth that of the master, but hey it's not done).
several models, registrabnles, all assignable effects will come on ...
not much to complain about.
so can be a bit of luma not precise but even hen ....
it could heat a little bit expensive but the good quibble is it the distance.
It's been hours since 02/2002 I believe Nothing to say she already holds the mop and go.

in short, a real mix of console video console and not a real post prod.
ca change.
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Edirol V-4Published on 09/08/07 at 02:30
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- How long have you use it?
I used it for a year and a half.
- What is the particular feature you like most?
Everything is perfect, the table VJ.
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
No, not worth it, is the references.
- How do you report qualitprix?
It's a bit CHRE, but there is not really a choice at a reasonable price and with as many features.
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Well sure.
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Edirol V-4Published on 03/26/08 at 07:40
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We have used for 3 years for this award because there was nothing else on the marchbr /> This is a basic table that allows beginners
It is fairly compact, lgre, the video quality is correct without
no gain correction for equilibrium 2 sources, no correction of RGB
The Lumakey is a good enough condition to have images trs simple contrasts and good quality,
Online and in the evening, we see a lot of videos with mixes that give the table a kind of visual pat quite unbearable.
the chromakey is unusable on the video and quite wrong even on plain background or blue color.
Wipe effects are rather kitsch and we get tired quickly to use the blend mode between two layers, the auto BPM......
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We have used for 3 years for this award because there was nothing else on the marchbr /> This is a basic table that allows beginners
It is fairly compact, lgre, the video quality is correct without
no gain correction for equilibrium 2 sources, no correction of RGB
The Lumakey is a good enough condition to have images trs simple contrasts and good quality,
Online and in the evening, we see a lot of videos with mixes that give the table a kind of visual pat quite unbearable.
the chromakey is unusable on the video and quite wrong even on plain background or blue color.
Wipe effects are rather kitsch and we get tired quickly to use the blend mode between two layers, the auto BPM mode is unusable as such unless you want to get drunk the public ...
The effect mirrors and Co are seen dj so we get tired quickly trs
trs mention a bad colorization like pseudo-psychedelic 80s
Overall we are forced to use the effects in small quantities by switching quickly to a trs transition.
A good place for the release of a switchable control one monitor, it is economical and does not like to buy 4 monitors on Numark ...
Solid: average ... The buttons are soudsa the electronic card and even the slightest support a bit much screwing connectors
many buttons that do not work well trs ...

In the end it is a table Exceeds technology.
Incomparable with the new table VIXID ( http://www.vixid.com ) such a course is about 2500 euros but for the excellence of this table is a financial sacrifice that really needed a real professional
At present it is a choice we do not recommend unless budgets rev limits that have no other options or VJs beginners who want to learn to VJing.
In this case, however, it will be much better than tables or Numark Panasonic
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  • Manufacturer: Edirol
  • Model: V-4
  • Category: VJ Equipment
  • Added in our database on: 03/05/2004

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