The Fireface 802 renews RME’s reputation built on the legendary Fireface 800. 60 channels of audio, high-end microphone preamps, reference class converters, a complete effects section and operation at up to 192 kHz are the base for many more features: Ultra-low latency operation with USB or FireWire, combined with the legendary RME driver stability and maintenance. Active jitter suppression, individually switchable reference levels for all inputs and outputs, full stand-alone functionality, RME’s unique DIGICheck metering and analysis toolbox, and identical operation on Windows PC and Mac. TotalMix FX, RME’s digital high-end mixer and signal router, driven by two powerful DSPs, with integrated EQ, Dynamics and Reverb/Echo effects at up to 192 kHz, plus a built-in monitoring controller. The full-blown feature set also includes optional Class Compliant mode and operation with TotalMix FX for iPad, RME’s app to fully control the 802 from the iPad, without any computer. The easy to use app includes metering for all 90 channels plus effects bus, different setup screens, and complete control of all features. The Fireface 802 is a highly integrated pro audio solution, a full-blown studio, all within a 19” enclosure. An interface designed for users who don’t want to make compromises in sound, stability and ultra-low latency operation, and who long for an unrivaled professional feature set. Once again a milestone interface from RME, including the best of the best and even a bit more. RME Fireface 802 Specifications AD, Line In 1-8, rear Resolution AD: 24 bit Signal to Noise ratio (SNR): 113 dB RMS unweighted, 116 dBA Frequency response @ 44.1 kHz, -0.1 dB: 5 Hz - 20.8 kHz Frequency response @ 96 kHz, -0.5 dB: 5 Hz - 45.8 kHz Frequency response @ 192 kHz, -1 dB: 5 Hz - 92 kHz THD: < -110 dB, < 0.00032 % THD+N: < -104 dB, < 0.00063 % Channel separation: > 110 dB Input: 6.3 mm TRS jack, electronically balanced Input sensitivity: 8 kOhm unbalanced, 12 kOhm balanced Input sensitivity switchable to Lo Gain, +4 dBu, -10 dBV Input level for 0 dBFS @ Lo Gain: +19 dBu Input level for 0 dBFS @ +4 dBu: +13 dBu Microphone In 9-12, front As AD, but: Input: XLR, electronically balanced Input impedance: 3.4 kOhm Signal to Noise ratio (SNR): 112 dB RMS unweighted, 116 dBA Gain range: 54 dB Maximum input level, Gain +6 dB: +10 dBu Instrument In 9-12, front As AD, but: Input: 6.3 mm TS jack, unbalanced Input impedance: 800 kOhm Signal to Noise ratio (SNR): 112 dB RMS unweighted, 115 dBA Maximum input level, Gain +6 dB: +21 dBu DA, Line Out 1-8, rear Dynamic range (DR): 115 dB RMS unweighted, 118 dBA Frequency response @ 44.1 kHz, -0.5 dB: 5 Hz - 20.8 kHz Frequency response @ 96 kHz, -0.5 dB: 5 Hz - 45 kHz Frequency response @ 192 kHz, -1 dB: 5 Hz - 89 kHz THD: -104 dB, < 0.00032 % THD+N: -100 dB, < 0.00063 % Channel separation: > 110 dB Output: 6.3 mm TRS jack, servo-balanced Output impedance: 75 Ohm Output level switchable Hi Gain, +4 dBu, -10 dBV Output level at 0 dBFS @ Hi Gain: +19 dBu Output level at 0 dBFS @ +4 dBu: +13 dBu Output level at 0 dBFS @ -10 dBV: +2 dBV DA - Stereo Monitor Output Phones (9-12) As DA, but: Output: 6.3 mm TRS stereo jack, unbalanced Maximum output level at 0 dBFS, High: +16.8 dBu Maximum output level at 0 dBFS, Low: +2 dBV Output impedance: 30 Ohm AES/EBU 2 x XLR, transformer-balanced, galvanically isolated, according to AES3-1992 ADAT Optical 2 x TOSLINK I/O, format according to Alesis specification Standard: 2 x 8 channels 24 bit, up to 48 kHz Double Speed (S/MUX): 2 x 4 channels 24 bit 96 kHz Quad Speed (S/MUX4): 2 x 2 channels 24 bit 192 kHz Quad Speed Windows USB: 1 x 2 channels 24 bit 192 kHz SPDIF optical (via ADAT2) 1 x optical, according to IEC 60958 Word Clock BNC, switchable termination
Any chance to see results for new Fireface 802 ? I imagine it's similar to UCX/UFX but still would be nice to find out.
...controllers to something and recording automation. Cost of learning this lesson: Spirit mixer, Yamaha 01V, Mackie 24-4, Mackie Onyx. Solution: RME Fireface 802, a very small Behringer 1002FX for when I do need a basic mixer, and an Akai MG614 that I still need to experiment with. I love samplers and sampling, but I really don't...
Topping D70 and AAA 789, very nice. You've done your research :¬)
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