RME Ship New PCI Express Cards

72-channel ADAT/AES and 32-channel AES/EBU      15/07/08
RME Ship New PCI Express Cards


RME have announced that they are shipping two new PCI Express Cards – the HDSPe RayDAT and the HDSPe AES.
Here’s how they describe both cards in their own words… HDSPe RayDAT
    The new 72-channel ADAT/AES PCI Express card has started shipping.
    4 x ADAT optical I/O, SPDIF I/O and AES/EBU I/O. That's a whopping 36 channels of inputs and outputs. On top, there are 2 MIDI I/Os and TotalMix, RME's unsurpassed DSP-based real-time mixer/router, with hardware-calculated level metering and complete MIDI remote capability.
    The successor of the well-known Hammerfall 9652 provides a complete new developed PCI express core, consequently takes full advantage of the new format, achieving significant performance gains in multitrack audio.
    The new HDSPe RayDAT is a multi-channel, multi-format and multi-task tool in stunning professional quality, the ideal solution from recording up to the final mastering.
    Of course the "RayDAT" supports the optional TCO for synchronization to timecode (LTC/video).
HDSPe AES
    The new 32-channel AES/EBU PCI Express card has started shipping.
    The HDSPe AES provides 8 AES inputs (16 channels) and 8 AES outputs (16 channels) at 192 kHz sample rate. The PCI Express card is also equipped with two MIDI I/O ports, word clock I/O, and can be used with the optional TCO module for synchronization to LTC and video.
    With all of these typical RME features and quality, the HDSPe AES is a perfect solution for professional users in the fields of broadcast, TV, theater, recording studios and stage/PA.
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