Next-Generation Network Audio Devices
Introducing the next generation of network-equipped audio interfaces, digitally-controlled microphone preamps, and AD/DA and format converters from RME.
Designed for the next decade, RME’s range of AoIP-capable devices combine professional multi-channel audio with maximum flexibility, allowing for seamless integration with the next generation of audio networks.
Pristine, Transparent Audio
All new AD/DA converters, optimised analogue circuitry, as well as improved SNR and THD values guarantee pristine, crystal clear and transparent audio for any application - studio, live, broadcast and installations.
The latest iteration of RME’s incredibly accurate digital clocking and filtering technology, SteadyClock FS suppresses jitter values down to the femtosecond (hence ‘FS’). First developed as part of RME award-winning ADI-2 Series of high-end audio converters, SteadyClock FS enables highly accurate recording and playback, and adds ultra-reliable clocking to any digital audio system.
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Connectivity & Redundant Operation
Analogue and digital options offer a wide range of flexible connectivity with ADAT, MADI, AVB and Dante I/O via USB, to support the widest range of computers (Mac and PC). Many devices also feature options for redundant MADI, AVB and power, with automatic switchover to a second audio stream providing an additional level of fail-safe in 'mission-critical' environments.
Audio Networking (AVB Milan / IEEE standards)
Since creating its first MADI product, RME has grown to become a
master of the format. The ability to split, route and mix audio with guaranteed quality and latency means that MADI remains a popular choice in studio, live and broadcast environments.
Now, RME extends its expertise to Audio Video Bridging (AVB), a set of networking standards that guarantee the uninterrupted delivery of audio via Ethernet (with both fixed latency and guaranteed bandwidth), and allowing for a modular approach in the creation of advanced, expandable audio networks that can be reconfigured to suit the needs of any application.
Through the implementation of AVB with IEEE and Milan standards, and using either RME’s own AVDECC controller or popular third-party options such as Hive, AVB allows for the creation of end-to-end digital networks that are both reliable and easy to manage.