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RME launches new Fireface UCX at NAMM 2012

19th January 2012 2:45 pm

iPad RME Fireface UCX at NAMM 2012Today sees the unveiling of another revolutionary product from RME. The Fireface UCX is a highly integrated pro audio solution in an ultra-compact format for studio and live applications. In this respect the Fireface UCX sets a new record for space-usage with 300 components more than in the already well-stocked Fireface UC! RME have included the latest technology introduced in the multi-award winning flagship Fireface UFX as well as some new innovations into a half 19″ housing for mobile usability.


And the even bigger news is that the Fireface UCX is the first professional audio interface to include a class compliant mode allowing it to work with Apple’s iPad and iPad2. The UCX gives the iPad the professional analogue I/O it lacks. Superb preamps, balanced line outputs and a hi-power headphone output. Plus level adjustment, reverb, echo, EQ, dynamics and zero latency monitoring. All digitally via USB with no limitation in quality. 


Quick Spec:

18 Input / 18 Output channels

8 x Analogue I/O

2 x Mic / Line Preamps, digitally controlled

2 x Line / Instrument inputs, digitally controlled

1x SPDIF I/O coaxial

1 x ADAT I/O (or 1x SPDIF I/O optical)

1 x Word Clock I/o (BNC)

2 x MIDI I/O (via breakout cable)

1 x FireWire 400

1 x USB 2.0 (USB 3 compatible)

Totalmix FX

Support for optional RME Basic Remote and RME Advanced Remote


See full details of the Fireface UCX here

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