SOLD..audio interface/Cakewalk/Roland Vstudio 100

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    MarkL8 Silver Supporting Member

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    For sale my Vstudio 100 $100.00+ shipping in excellent condition. Pictures available on request. Can be used as interface or standalone recording. ConUS paypal is preferred, NO TRADES Thanks for looking.

    Specs from Cakewalk

    Audio Interface, Digital Mixer Number of Input Channels 8 AD/DA Conversion Sample Rate: 44.1/48.0/96.0 kHz Signal Processing: 24-bit DSP processing Compressor, Equalizer, Reverb Number of USB Audio Record/Playback Channels Record: 10 channels Playback: 6 channels Full duplex Frequency Response 96.0 kHz: 20 Hz to 40 kHz (+0/-3 dB) 48.0 kHz: 20 Hz to 22 kHz (+0/-3 dB) 44.1 kHz: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (+0/-3 dB) Residual Noise Level (IHF-A, typ.) -96 dBu (MAIN MIX knob = U, CHANNEL VOLUME knobs = -∞) -81 dBu (MAIN MIX knob = U, CHANNEL VOLUME knobs = U) Nominal Input Level Mic Input Jacks 1-2: -60 to -16 dBu Input Jacks 1-2: -40 to +4 dBu Input Jacks 3-4: +4 dBu Input Jacks 5-6: -10dBu * Maximum input level: Nominal input level +18 dB Input Impedance Mic Input Jacks 1-2: 1.5 k ohms Input Jacks 1-4: 15 k ohms Input Jacks 2 (Hi-Z): 500 k ohms Input Jacks 5-6: 18 k ohms Nominal Output Level Output Jack 1-4: +4 dBu Output Jack 5-6: -10 dBu * Maximum output level: Nominal Output Level +18 dB Output Impedance Output Jack 1-4: 2 k ohms Output Jack 5-6: 1 k ohm Recommended Load Impedance 10 k ohms or greater Connectors Mic Input Jacks 1-2: XLR type (balanced/phantom power +48 V) Input Jacks 1-4: 1/4 inch TRS phone type (balanced) * Input Jack 1: Lo-Z/Hi-Z Input Jacks 5-6: RCA pin type Output Jacks 1-4: 1/4 inch TRS phone type (balanced) Output Jacks 5-6: RCA pin type MIDI Connectors (Input/Output) Digital Input Connector: Coaxial type USB Connector (B type) Headphones Jack (Stereo 1/4 inch phone type) DAW Controller ACT Mode: OFF Fader: 100mm Motorized Fader Encoders: 1 Buttons: 10 Transport ACT Mode: ON Fader: 100mm Touch Sensitive Motorized Fader Encoders: 5 Buttons: 11 Transport FULL-ASSIGN Mode: ON Fader: 100mm Touch Sensitive Motorized Fader Encoders: 5 Buttons: 16 Transport Volume: 8 Wave Recorder Channels Record: 1 Channel Stereo Playback: 1 Channel Stereo (NORMAL MODE) Playback: 2 Channel Stereo (REC-ON-PLAY MODE) Data Type Format: STEREO, WAV Sampling Frequency: 44.1kHz/48kHz/96kHz Bit Depth: 16/24-bit Recording Media SD(HC) memory card (not included), 512MB or more Files Up to 2 GB: 512 files 4 GB or more: 1000 files Controls A-B REPEAT Metronome Marker REC-ON-PLAY MODE Recording Time using 8GB SDHC card 16 bit/44.1kHz stereo 755 minutes 16 bit/48kHz stereo 694 minutes 24 bit/48kHz stereo 462 minutes 24 bit/96kHz stereo 231 minutes * Recording times are approximate. Actual results may vary. * If more than one recorded file exists, the total recordable time will be less than listed. * WAVE RECORDER does not function when VS-100 is connected to PC. Others Display Graphic LCD 122 x 32 dot (with back-light) Power Supply DC 9 V (AC adaptor) Current Draw 1 A Phantom Power +48 V/5 mA (each input) Accessories Owner's Manual, USB cable, Driver CD-ROM, VS Production Pack + SONAR VS DVD-ROM, AC Adaptor SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS USB port 1 GB RAM (2 GB or more recommended) 8 GB or more Hard Disk Space 1024 x 768 screen resolution or higher DVD‐ROM Drive for installation PC Microsoft Windows Vista, XP Home/Professional SP2 or later *1 Intel® Core™ Processor 1.5 GHz or higher Optional: CD‐R Drive for CD writing; Internet Connection and Web Server Space with FTP Access for uploading music via Cakewalk Publisher Macintosh Mac OS X 10.4.11, Mac OS X 10.5.6 or higher *2 Intel Core2Duo Processor or higher
     
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    Bump for price drop.
     
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