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1/25/2012

HD Video Pro Magazine reviews the R-26

logo_hdvideoproGeorge Petersen, audio industry expert for over 30 years reviews the brand new R-26.  George says that the R-26 is solidly built, has a well thought out interface and battery life impressive.

10/5/2011

Church Production Magazine Reviews the M-480

logo_cpm_reviewJohn McJunkin, contributing writer for Church Production Magazine reviews the M-480 Digital Mixing Console. John does most of the console reviews for the magazine and says, " The M-480's user interface is as navigable and user-friendly as any I've ever seen."


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8/25/2011

AV Technology Magazine Reviews the VR-5

logo_logo_avtech AV Technology magazines writes a brief summary review of the benefits of the VR-5 for Corporate AV web streaming applications.

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8/25/2011

Church Production Magazine Reviews the VR-5

logo_cpm_review Kris Rinas is director of video systems for Grace Community Church reviews the VR-5 for Web Streaming applications.




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8/25/2011

Technology for Worship Magazine Reviews the Roland VR-5

logo_tfwm_sm Jay Delp, writer for TFWM magazine reviews the VR-5 for live to Internet production in HOW environments.

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8/25/2011

TV Technology - Roland V-1600HD Simplifies Production CPR

logo_tvtech Pat McGillen, Director of Video Services at CPR MultiMedia Solutions writes about his experiences using the V-1600HD for Live Production and Corporate AV work in the Washington D.C. area.

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8/25/2011

Sound and Picture Reviews the S-0808

logo_sound_picture Brett Grant-Grierson, Cinema Audio Society member reviews the S-0808 digital snake for location sound work.


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9/17/2010

Pro Audio Review Magazine - M-48 Personal Mixer

logo_proAudioReviewBen Williams is owner/engineer for Essential Audio, a Nashville-based live sound reinforcement, systems design, and integration firm reviews the M-48 Live Personal Mixer for Pro Audio Review Magazine.

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9/17/2010

Technologies for Worship Magazine on the M-48 Live Personal Mixer

logo_proAudioReviewHolland Davis, a published songwriter, worship leader and conference speaker, reviews the M-48 Personal Mixing for Technologies for Worship Magazine.

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9/17/2010

Mix Magazine Tech Reviews - M-48 Personal Mixer

logo_proAudioReviewKevin Becka, Technical Editor for Mix Magazine Reviews the M-48 Personal Mixers for studio & live applications. He writes, “Instead of settling for a mix from monitor land, the musicians could get exactly what they wanted in their wedges or in-ears.

9/17/2010

Church Production Magazine reviews the M-48 Personal Mixing System

logo_proAudioReviewJohn McJunkin of Church Production Magazine reviews the M-48 Personal Mixing System. He writes, “Roland Systems Group should be applauded. This is a high value, feature-rich product that should get the notice of its competitors.

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9/17/2010

V-440HD Is Perfect Fit at Regent University - TVT User Report

logo_proAudioReviewRegent University is an academic center for Christian thought and action, with a multitude of on-campus and online programs available worldwide. The Media Services team here at Regent University oversees the audio/visual equipment design, installation and maintenance in the university’s classrooms.

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9/17/2010

Sound Innovations - Making Personal Mixing Very Personal

logo_proAudioReviewSince the introduction of the REAC protocol in 2005, Roland Systems Group has developed a number of products around this technology, including the S-4000 and S-1608 digital snake systems, and the M-400 V-Mixer Console, to name a few.

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9/17/2010

Technology for Worship Reviews The V-Mixing System

logo_proAudioReviewChuck Mitchell has been and audio engineer, producer, and composer for over 30 years.  He serves as a consultant to several feature film companies and churches.  Read his review on the V-Mixing System in Technology for Worship’s May 2008 issue.

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9/17/2010

Pro Sound News Reviews The V-Mixing System

logo_proAudioReviewBen Williams of Pro Sound News takes the V-Mixing System on gigs to test the ruggedness and durability. Read about his findings in the review published in August 2008 of Pro Sound News.

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9/17/2010

Church Production Magazine Reviews The V-Mixing System

logo_proAudioReviewJohn McJunkin reviews the V-Mixing System for a portable church application. Read his review on why the V-Mixing System is perfect for environments where setup is a weekly occurrence.


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9/17/2010

MIX Magazine Field Test: RSS V-Mixer

logo_mix_onlineextrasTwo years ago, Roland first entered into the live sound market with the RSS Digital Snake. Since then, the company has been quietly developing a small-format digital console using some of the RSS' technology. The RSS V-Mixing System includes the M-400 V-Mixer console, whose simple looks and small footprint belie the fact that much lies beneath the surface.

9/17/2010

Sound & Video Contractor Reviews S-4000 Digital Snake

logo_svcThe whole audio world has gone digital. First, it was signal processing, then it was recording devices, and then consoles, and now it's the venerable snake. In the past, how many huge, heavy snakes have you reeled up and carted out, cussing and snarling about weight and unwieldiness? Moving an increasing number of signals over ever-shrinking cable has always been one of the promises digital has made to industry professionals, but that promise has never been truly fulfilled due to the final stumbling block — latency.

9/17/2010

System Contractor News - Roland Heads Into The AV Integration Market

As a drummer in the ‘70s, Tom Stephenson spent 15 years touring the college concert circuit and playing a lot of contemporary classical music and some free jazz on the side. As the climate and audience began to change, he found himself becoming more involved on the studio end.

9/17/2010

TV Technolgy Magazine Reviews the F-1 Video Field Recorder

logo_tvtechAs we near the sunset of the analog video era, we are seeing more and more tools for recording HD video and compatible audio on media other than videotape.

9/17/2010

Church Production Review - V-44SW Video Switcher

logo_cpmThere’s little doubt anymore that high-definition video has arrived, nor about whether it will be around for many years to come. Consumers are increasingly watching HD content on HD-capable flat screens, and HD production equipment is essentially now the norm when purchasing new equipment.

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