MESSE05: RME Introduce Two New Interfaces

MADI and ADI 192      18/04/05

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MESSE05: RME Introduce Two New Interfaces
ADI 642

RME's reputation for high quality, stable multi-channel audio interfaces continues to grow with the introduction of two new interfaces. The ADI 642 MADI to AES interface - MADI is a protocol used by many high end digital consoles to carry digital audio. The ADI-642, an 8-channel format converter from MADI to AES and vice versa. Amongst other applications, the unit can serve as ideal AES/EBU frontend for the Hammerfall DSP MADI PCI card. Up to 192 kHz at 24 bit are supported. Its most outstanding feature is an easy-to-use 72x72 routing matrix, which can assign an individual input channel to every single output channel, allowing free configuration of all 64 MADI channels and the 8 AES channels. Additional features include:
  • Native support for AES Double and Quad Wire
  • Native support for MADI Double and Quad Wire
  • Direct conversion between these formats
  • Automatic Delay Compensation when using more than one unit
  • Analog stereo monitor output, up to 192 kHz
  • Detailed status display for MADI and AES
  • Completely remote controlable via MIDI
  • Transfer of MIDI data via MADI
  • SteadyClock for maximum jitter reduction and clock regeneration ADI-192 DD

    ADI 192 DD
    The successor to the ADI-8 DD. The completely re-engineered device was designed to be the best format and sample rate converter ever. Hence the ADI-192 DD not only features considerable improvements compared to the ADI-8 DD, but also adds a number of new and unique features.
  • Supports 192 kHz with ADAT, TDIF und AES
  • 8-channel sample rate conversion up to 192kHz
  • Sample Rate Conversion can be selected for AES, TDIF or ADAT
  • Sample Rate Conversion supports levels of up to +6 dBFS
  • 8-channel Sample Rate Conversion without phase deviation (sub-sample synchronous)
  • SteadyClock for maximum jitter suppression and clock regeneration
  • Complete triple format converter AES/TDIF/ADAT with added SPDIF TOSLINK I/O
  • Direct support for Double and Quad Wire, S/MUX and Double/Quad Line
  • Special TDIF word clock output
  • Simplified and easy-to-use user interface  
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