Multi-format AV mixer with 4 video channels and 12 audio channels. All-in-one AV mixer with USB 3.0 transmission that can be easily operated by a single person. It has SDI, HDMI, RGB/component and composite video inputs, allowing it to work on a wide range of events with different I/O requirements. It has auxiliary output for dedicated recording, streaming or monitors, new high qualityaudio preamps and converters for crystal clear sound, automatic audio mixing and video switch functions to support individual operators, updated user interface for fast and trouble-free operation and direct control of selected PTZ cameras from JVC and Panasonic via LAN, allowing control of up to 6 PTZ cameras. It also features multi-window touch screen control, as well as dedicated broadcast style buttons for Aux, PinP and Still sources. Select, Solo and Mute buttons are included for all audio channels, speeding up the monitoring process. And with the large touchscreen multiview monitor, you can view and assign inputs, display up to four still images, preview/program functions, and more.
The VR-50HD MK II offers a number of automation features that allow a single operator to change video and mix audio professionally at the same time. Automatic mixing allows you to balance audio levels, video follows audio to change cameras based on sound input, and anti-feedback to automatically control microphone squeal. It is equipped with a variety of standard audio production inputs, including four XLR / TRS combo jacks with 48V phantom power, four stereo pairs (two ¼ inch and two RCA) and embedded audio from 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI.
Features of Roland VR-50HD MK II Multi-format AV Mixer
12 video inputs for 4-channel mixer + still image
SD/HD/3G-SDI, RGB/Component, composite video and HDMI inputs
RGB (RGB/COMPONENT IN, RGB/COMPONENT OUT) (*1): 1024 x 768/60 Hz (*2), 1280 x 720/60 Hz (*2), 1280 x 800/60 Hz (*2), 1280 x 1024/60 Hz (*2), 1400 x 1050/60 Hz, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz
Composite (COMPOSITE IN): NTSC, PAL
*1 Conforms to CEA-861-E or VESA DMT Version 1.0 Revision 11.
*2 Output refresh rate is 75 Hz when frame rate is set to 50 Hz.
* The video signal frame rate must match the unit's frame rate setting.
* The output format of HDMI and RGB/Component is always the same.
When a Video format is selected, component signal is output from the RGB/COMPONENT connector.
When a RGB format is selected, RGB signal is output from the RGB/COMPONENT connector.