RME’s anniversary reference AD/DA converter is a host of devices all put together into one unit, with a simple and mostly automated way of using it right out of the box. A unit with the industry’s biggest footprint per feature ratio, excellent tech specs, crystal clear and transparent sound signature, and two extremely powerful headphone outputs. RME's anniversary reference AD/DA converter is:
- A high-end AD/DA converter in professional studio quality
- A double headphone amplifier in true high-end quality
- A USB DAC like no other - the most versatile and capable one
- A high-end AD/DA frontend and headphone amp for iPad / iPhone
- A multi-format converter (AES, SPDIF, ADAT) with monitoring function
- A DSD record and playback solution
- An AD/DA frontend for audio measurement at up to 768 kHz sample rate
As the most flexible converter available, the ADI-2 Pro offers balanced/unbalanced analog I/Os, double Extreme Power headphone outputs, SteadyClock III, 4-stage hardware input and output level control, DSP-based signal processing, external power supply operation, Class Compliant USB compatibility, sample rates up to 768 kHz as well as DSD record and Direct DSD playback (256 / 11.2 MHz).
RME announce their first Thunderbolt & USB3 Interface with the Fireface UFX+
...this year and in the official photo gallery from GS folks, there's absolutely nothing about it (why?)
- RME just introduced ADI-2 Pro and somebody mentioned about it in Mastering forum on GS recently, but it doesn't seem to attract attention (nobody replied so far - compare it to the other worshipped brands here and...
RME ADI-2 Pro
...i had a chat with a great mastering engineer and he was very suprised by the adi2-pro.
he compared the adi-2 pro with the new crane song solaris (both designs based on the same AKM 32bit-converter chip) and he told me "the rme was far better than the solaris".
maybe it's time to forget...
SSL SiX small format mixer???
I was going to suggest that as well. You could try the DSD on a Tascam DA-3000.
After getting my SiX, I replaced my Lynx Hilo with an Aurora (n) 8. It has a built-in SD recorder. I'm going to record at 192 khz to see if I can tell the difference.
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