Roland’s attempt to come to their rescue with the Roland R-26 portable audio recorder may well be a valiant effort indeed. This little device has the best and most complete feature list of anything on the market in this form factor. Compared with the ubiquitous Zoom H4n, the Roland R-26 is quite simply another level above, putting it close to devices in the 4+ channel recorder segment. The R-26 includes two sets of stereo microphones (directional and omnidirectional), for outstanding performance in any environment. A pair of XLR/TRS inputs let you add your favorite mics or mixer feed, and phantom power is provided.
According to several user reviews, they have praised a Roland R-26 for the Intuitive interface; Six-channel recording; Professional inputs and features; SD card included. Also, some users have complained it for the Low-cut option below 100Hz should be included.
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To restoring a Roland R-26 to it’s factory settings, just simply press the [MENU] button and then select “FACTORY RESET”. When a message ask you “Are You Sure?” touch “YES” to execute the factory reset.
Warning! This operation returns all settings you’ve made in the menus to their factory-set condition. Be sure that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Reset Roland R-26 to Factory Default Condition” can help you.
Reference: Roland R-26 manual