Roland XV-5080 128-Voice Synthesizer Module, 2000, made in Japan


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SPECIFICATIONS
Polyphony - 128 voices
Oscillators - 64MB of internal wave memory gives 1083 waveforms (including all JV-2080 sounds and waveforms and 112 waveforms from the JD-990). Expandable with SR-JV80-Series wave expansion boards and XP/JV-Series Patches, 4 slots.
Sampler - Load and playback Roland S-700 and Akai sample libraries via SCSI port using optional SIMM memory. (Load up to 128MB of Roland, Akai, .WAV and AIFF samples)
Modulation - Matrix Modulation - 4 destinations per source to modulate for unprecedented level of nuance
Effects - Studio-quality reverb, chorus and multi-effects derived from Roland SRV-3030, V-Studios, RSS, Slicer, Isolater and COSM technology (5 effects processors w/90 algorithms: 24-bit reverbs, COSM modeling, remix, RSS 3D effects, and more)
Memory - Patches: 1152; Performances: 96
Keyboard - None
Control - MIDI
Date Produced - 2000

New Matrix Modulation
Built in SCSI and Wordclock Input
SmartMedia patch and sample storage


Roland's most powerful synthesizer/sample player in history
128 voices; 32-part multitimbral operation
Over 1,200 factory patches
Load up to 128MB of Roland, Akai, .WAV and AIFF samples
8 24-bit analog outs w/ EQ; 2 S/PDIF outs; plus R-BUS 8-ch. digital out
4 SRX expansion slots and 4 SR-JV80 expansion slots