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Roland R880 - Lexicon 480 emulations
Old 19th March 2003
  #1
Roland R880 - Lexicon 480 emulations

I just bought a R880 w/ the GC8 remote and I have been doing some thinking in ways of how/if the product is supported by Roland.

Do any of you slutz (feels good to say it like this) know where it is possible to get a card with 480-emulation presets for the Roland R880 reverberator?

Is the system card that has to be inserted in order to power up the R880 driven by a battery? Should I worry about if it's running on low battery?

Any other concerns with this lovely reverb?
Old 19th March 2003
  #2
Re: Roland R880 - Lexicon 480 emulations

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Originally posted by barforama
I just bought a R880 w/ the GC8 remote and I have been doing some thinking in ways of how/if the product is supported by Roland.

Do any of you slutz (feels good to say it like this) know where it is possible to get a card with 480-emulation presets for the Roland R880 reverberator?

Is the system card that has to be inserted in order to power up the R880 driven by a battery? Should I worry about if it's running on low battery?

Any other concerns with this lovely reverb?
I know one person that has the card(he might let you make a copy).

The battery issue will become a problem eventually.

I have one controller and (2) units. I have an extra because I know eventually it will break down and Roland is not supporting it anymore.
Old 19th March 2003
  #3
Will the info be lost when changing the battery?

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