NAMM 2018: RME Unveils ADI-2 DAC

Compact two-channel mastering-grade digital/analog converter      30/01/18

NAMM 2018: RME Unveils ADI-2 DAC


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RME Audio has introduced its ADI-2 DAC converter. They tell us that the ADI-2 DAC is a compact two-channel high-end digital/analog converter featuring outstanding audio quality designed to meet the needs of studio professionals and audiophiles alike.

RME also tells us that TotalMix has been updated to v1.50  and Total Mix Remote now supports network remote over TCP.  TotalMix Remote, offering full network remote control for all TotalMix and TotalMix FX software, is now available for every RME interface, and will be available for Mac, PC and iOS. RME says that TotalMix Remote is ideal for FOH engineers and recording studios whose workflow requires control of TotalMix from a remote location.

Mathias von Heydekampf, managing director of Synthax, distributor of RME, said, "The ADI-2 DAC is an incredibly flexible two-channel interface that has a range of application possibilities, whether it be for studio recording and playback or HiFi listening. TotalMix Remote opens up scores of new workflow possibilities for RME interfaces by enabling TCP network control of TotalMix FX 1.50, our powerful software mixing and routing application. This allows users to control everything from routing to submixes remotely via tablet or from another computer in a multi-room studio, for example, and it will be available as a free download for all of our customers."

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