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Roland V-40HD

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$2,795.00

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Multi-format Video Switcher

 

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Product Description

Four Multi-Format Channels at the Pinnacle of HD Picture Quality

 

The Roland V-40HD Multi-Format Live Video Switcher is a welcomed addition to the powerful V-1600HD and V-800HD model lineup. The V-40HD Live Video Switcher is ideal for any live event or installation that requires the freedom to connect a variety of sources whether they be digital or analog, computer or video format. It is particularly positioned to support configurations using popular HDMI cameras as well as computers.

 

Features

• 4 Channels (12 Inputs - 4 x HDMI, RGB/Component, Composite),
• 3 Outputs (HDMI/RGB/Component/Composite+HDMI/RGB/Component + HDMI)
• 4:4:4/10-bit Internal Processing (*4:2:2/8-bit Output Processing)
• 1 M/E (PinP) + DSK
• Built-in frame synchronizers and scalers on all inputs
• Input status LEDs
• Full HDCP support
• Preview monitor output (Four-way split screen for Inputs, PST, PGM, or DSK)
• Audio embedding
• Audio delay to align the timing with video for perfect lip sync

 

 

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