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Edirol / Roland MVS-12 Multi-viewer & Matrix Switcher

Edirol / Roland MVS-12 Multi-viewer & Matrix Switcher

Edirol / Roland MVS-12 Multi-viewer & Matrix Switcher

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Edirol / Roland MVS-12 Multi-viewer & Matrix Switcher

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Product Highlights

  • 12 Composite Video Inputs (SD)
  • HDMI/RGB Outputs for Multi-viewer (HD)
  • 4 Adjustable Multi-viewer Layouts
  • 4-display Setup Memory
  • 4 Front Panel Memory Buttons
  • Aspect Ratio / Background Color Control
  • PS/2 Port for Mouse-based Menu Control
  • Ethernet / RS-232C / MIDI Controllable
  • Channel Choosing on Monitor via V-LINK
  • Provides Preview Video for LVS-800
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The Edirol/Roland MVS-12 Multi-viewer and Matrix Switcher comes with 12 composite video inputs that can be used to connect a maximum of 12 video sources. The HDMI/RGB outputs, can be viewed in 4 different multi-viewer layouts (12 split-screens, 10 split-screens, 9 split-screens, 4 split-screens) on an HD monitor; further, these layouts can be adjusted with regard to the placement of the feeds using a simple drag and drop. The multi-viewer has a 4-display setup memory that can be used to save 4 display setups; these display setups can be recalled from the 4 front panel memory buttons.

With the MVS-12, you can select the aspect ratio, background color, and source name for each of the 12 video sources from an easily accessible menu. A PS/2 type mouse port allows you to attach a mouse directly to the multi-viewer and easily adjust the various parameter and input controls in the menus. Moreover, the unit can be controlled from a PC over an Ethernet or RS-232C and displays channel selection on the monitor using V-link.

12 composite video inputs for connecting up to 12 SD video sources
HDMI/RGB video outputs for multi-view on an HD monitor
4 adjustable multi-viewer layouts (12 split-screens, 10 split-screens, 9 split-screens, 4 split-screens)
4-display setup memory for saving four different display setups
4 front panel memory buttons for recalling the four saved display setups
Easy access menu for making adjustments to aspect ratio, background color, and source name
PS/2 mouse port for mouse-based parameter and input control in the menus
Control over Ethernet, RS-232C, or MIDI cables
Display of channel selection on a monitor through V-link
Can be used for monitoring LVS-800 video mix/live switcher with preview video outputs
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Edirol / Roland MVS-12 Multi-viewer & Matrix Switcher
  • AC Adapter
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Signal System NTSC or PAL
    Video Format HDMI, PC-RGB:
    1920 x 1080 (60 / 50 Hz), 1680 x 1050 (60 / 75 Hz)
    1600 x 900 (60 / 75 Hz), 1440 x 900 (60 / 75 Hz)
    1280 x 1024 (60 / 75 Hz), 1280 x 720 (60 / 50 Hz)
    1024 x 768 (60 / 75 Hz) (Progressive Scan)
    Sampling Rate 4:2:2 (Y:B-Y:R-Y), 8-bit
    13.5 MHz (ITU-R BT.601)
    Impedance Composite: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms
    PC-RGB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms (H, V : 5V TTL)
    Connectors Video Input
    Composite: BNC type x 12 jacks

    Output Connectors
    Composite (for MATRIX OUT): BNC type x 4 jacks
    Composite (for MATRIX OUT Preview): BNC type x 1 jack
    HDMI (for MULTI-OUT, MENU) x 1 jack
    PC-RGB (for MULTI-OUT, MENU): D-Sub 15-pin type x 1 jack
    Other Connectors Ethernet 10 / 100Base-TX RJ45 type x 1 jack
    RS-232C DB-9 type x 1 jack
    MIDI IN 5-pin DIN type x 1 jack
    MIDI OUT / THRU 5-pin DIN type x 1 jack
    Mouse PS/2 type (not included)
    Power Supply AC adapter (included)
    Current Draw 2A
    Dimensions (WxDxH) With Rack Mount Bracket: 19 x 12.6 x 1.8" (481 x 320 x 44mm)
    Without Rack Mount Bracket: 16.9 x 12.6 x 1.8" (430 x 320 x 44mm)
    Weight 6.6 lbs (3kg)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.3 x 6.3 x 25.6"

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