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Focusrite's 58-in/64-out Red 4Pre includes Thunderbolt 2 connectivity for our lowest round-trip latency, in whatever DAW you use, enabling you to track and overdub with your preferred plug-ins and effects in real time, simplifying your workflow. Drop the Red 4Pre immediately, directly and seamlessly into any Pro Tools | HD system, or use it with existing Avid® interfaces, thanks to its twin DigiLink™ connectors. Dual Thunderbolt 2 ports allow daisy-chaining of additional components such as hard drives and displays. Plus the Red 4Pre is network audio enabled right out of the box, with dual Ethernet ports for Dante audio-over-IP networking, letting you expand your recording capability over Ethernet for up to 64 additional channels anywhere on your network, with low latency – and lower cost. Additional Red or other Dante-compatible components can be connected to the Ethernet ports of the Red 4Pre to provide additional channels irrespective of the interface used to drive the Red 4Pre.

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Focusrite Red 4 Pre

...the RedNet, ISA, Forte, Liquid Channel are very high end products that Focusrite has made way before the Clarett and RED 4 Pre. The RED line was oringally made in 1995. Then you have the Blue line, high end Mastering grade Converters, EQs, Compressors... Focusrite is one of those big names like Universal Audio...

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Focusrite Red 4Pre/8Pre

There's a firmware update issued just last month, iirc for the entire Red line. Have you done that? It's supposed to improve stability. Check the Focusrite bet page. My Red 8Pre sometimes needs to be rebooted and doesn't like to be unplugged with my computer still on. But I toss that up to me working...

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Evaluating AD/DA loops by means of Audio Diffmaker

...(R) 0.1 dB (L) Corr Depth: 30,2 dB (L), 31,8 dB (R) Difference*: -46.4 dBFS (L), -47.4 dBFS (R) Focusrite Red 4Pre (jacko) 8,6 dB (L), 8.6 dB (R)..Corr Depth: 27,9 dB (L), 29,5 dB (R) Difference*: -46.0 dBFS (L), -47.1 dBFS (R) Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt (kmr) 0,2 dB (L), 0,3 dB (R)..Corr Depth: 25,2 dB (L),...

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