Returning Settings the Roland VR-3EX to it’s Factory Default State
Last Updated on June 20, 2022 by Nick
The Roland VR-3EX is the next generation 4-channel SD performance mixer which features HDMI inputs/outputs, USB streaming, HDCP support, built-in touch multi-viewer, an audio mixer all in a compact portable unit. The unit processes the video internally using progressive processing at SD resolution. This means the VR-3EX does not introduce interlace artifacts, which results in a cleaner output than with regular SD switchers. Designed to be a live production switcher the built-in audio mixer with up to 4 frames delay to “lipsync” your video source. Scaling on the output allows you to output up to 1080p HD Video and Audio quality.
What you get with the Roland VR-3EX is HDMI & Composite Inputs; Standard Definition 16:9 Mixing Engine; Scaled Output up to 1080p; Advanced 18 Channel Audio Mixer; USB 2.0 for 480i Streaming; 2.5″ Multiview Preview Monitor; Pnp, Key and Video Effects.Image source: panoramaaudiovisual.com
To restoring a Roland VR-3EX to it’s factory reset, first press the [MENU] button, and then touch <SETUP>. In the SETUP menu, touch <FACTORY RESET>. When a message appears, press the [VALUE] knob to start the Factory Reset operation. Press the [MENU] button twice to quit the menu screen.
Warning! When you execute “Factory Reset”, all stored settings will be erased and returned to the factory settings. Be sure you want to erase the memory and return the Roland VR-3EX to its factory default state before continuing with this procedure. Hopefully the article of “Returning Settings the Roland VR-3EX to it’s Factory Default State” can help you.
Reference: Roland VR-3EX manual