The Roland VM-C7200 is a low costs digital mixer with built in effects, and loads of facilities : here is the Roland description :
Roland Say :
The VM-7000-Series V-Mixing System is the world’s first affordable 94-channel digital mixing system. It is designed as a modular system with separate console and processor(s), connected via a VM-Link cable. This eliminates the need for expensive and potentially noisy snakes, as the processors can be placed near the audio sources. Other system benefits include massive routing flexibilty and extensive onboard effects options. A system includes one console (VM-C7100 or VM-C7200) and one or two processors (VM-7100 or VM-7200).
We Say : To avoid confusion we are selling the VM-C7200 console with meter bridge and 1 VM- 7200 Processor rack with 20 mic and 20 line inputs plus additional I/O which can be seen in the picture plus cable to connect the processor and meter bridge to the C7200 mixer allowing it to be used as a 20 mic/line analogue input console with 8 analogue output groups plus mix outputs ext. There are also 24 Digital i/o sockets via D Subs
An additional VM 7200 processor may be added to double the facilities.
I am a simple Bedfordshire man and I have given my description by looking at the i/o on the processor rack however Roland have described the system as providing 94 channels, I assume that is achieved by using 2 x VM-7200 racks which means each rack will provide 47 i/o - this is unlikely so I would assume it is either 40 or 48 i/o per rack or I could be wrong : WATCH THE VIDEO
Watch the YouTube Video, it does look very interesting