We are pleased to announce our latest #RMEAudio Product. The ADI-2 DAC, a 2-channel DA converter with extreme power headphone amplifier, super low noise IEM output, DSD playback, USB operation and digital SPDIF / ADAT support.
Apple’s iOS devices, primarily the iPad, have gained a lot of attention amongst musicians. Hundreds of music apps and software instruments have been developed in recent years, making
the iPad a serious alternative to conventional music making on the computer. But the downside of Apple`s iPad is the lack of professional analog inputs and outputs.
To solve this problem, RME implemented a class compliant mode in recent audio interfaces, like the Babyface Pro. In this mode no proprietary drivers are required. Therefore, you can use the
inputs and outputs from your RME audio interface directly on your iPad.
Save the date! Vom 11.04 - bis 14.04.2018 kann auf der musikmesse in Halle 4.1, Stand E09 neben vielen anderen spannenden Neuigkeiten auch der ADI-2 DAC ausprobiert werden.
Created on the legacy of the highly regarded ADI-2 Pro, the ADI-2 DAC is a further development of the renowned ADI-2 Pro AD/DA reference converter with a special emphasis on audiophiles who want the best sound possible for their hi-fi system.
To address the home and HiFi users, #RMEAudio exchanged some of the Pro's studio features with typical home and HiFi ones. With an adapted feature set and much simplified operation RME proudly presents the ADI-2 DAC. Built on the technology, concept and features of the ADI-2 Pro, the DAC concentrates on DA conversion in top high-end quality, along with two exceptional outputs for headphones and IEMs, and - a remote control.
Sound Designer DoKyung Kwon, CEO of Sound Valley, and Replay Engineer Wonkoo Song, CEO of Sound One Music Audio Post Production, designed a sophisticated playback system built around RME devices for the stadium sound and TV broadcast of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Their statement: "This system is used for opening and closing ceremonies in the main stadium. We used several Fireface UFX+ as audio interfaces and two RME MADI Routers to provide music and sound effects both to the stadium's PA system and the Olympic Broadcasting Service (OBS). We chose RME devices for their good sound quality and stablility".