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Author Topic: Where is this digital board?  (Read 9323 times)

Petri Mäntysalo

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Re: Where is this digital board?
« Reply #30 on: June 05, 2006, 09:08:29 am »

 
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Jack Trifiro

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Re: Where is this digital board?
« Reply #31 on: June 13, 2006, 07:58:38 pm »

I own/use the Roland VM7200 system for IEM for my band...
All the bells and whistles- channel controller, 2 processor's cascaded (40 mic pre's), 3 fx cards, and a 200' digi cable if I ever have to use it at foh...

Altho my ME bitches about it (its not a 5D yadda yadda), its a great little system. With 6 sets of Sennheiser units, total cost of under $15K, allows me to do a gig without soundchecks, if I have to...

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Peter Verkerk

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Re: Where is this digital board?
« Reply #32 on: June 17, 2006, 07:59:00 am »

Jack Trifiro wrote on Wed, 14 June 2006 00:58

I own/use the Roland VM7200 system for IEM for my band...
All the bells and whistles- channel controller, 2 processor's cascaded (40 mic pre's), 3 fx cards, and a 200' digi cable if I ever have to use it at foh...

Altho my ME bitches about it (its not a 5D yadda yadda), its a great little system. With 6 sets of Sennheiser units, total cost of under $15K, allows me to do a gig without soundchecks, if I have to...

my .02

peace


Is this 7200 fast enough for you in the response time to run a live-show ?
We find the roland digi system not very handy to do a foh mix in the reaction time of his faders and buttons, in compare with other 's like tascam or yammie.

greetings,
Peet
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Jack Trifiro

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Re: Where is this digital board?
« Reply #33 on: June 17, 2006, 01:28:28 pm »

I personally love it...
Was introduced to it by Zach Newton (Flecktones), bought one for my band (AOD) for in-ears, and now use one for FOH and Monitors for Victor Wooten...
Learning curve wasnt so bad... couple of days. Now its easy to get around on, and works well at both positions.

I also have an iso split snake, for AOD (using the VM7200 just for ears)...makes for easy interfacing with fests/houses.
we are pretty self contained-mic package, stands, cables, subsnakes...
Just hand tails to the system tech to patch in foh and we're good to go...
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