- Subcategory: Digital Converter
- 2-channel AD/DA-converter from/to SPDIF, AES and ADAT, up to 192 kHz
- Balanced inputs and outputs, and monitoring via headphone out
- SteadyClock for optimal converter quality, 24-bit/192kHz
- Digital Connectivity
- Clear layout makes the ADI-2 easy to use out of the box
- Runs on a wide range of power supplied
RME ADI-2 · Audio interface
The ADI-2 is equipped with a balanced stereo line input via two Neutrik XLR/phones combo jacks, a balanced stereo line output with XLR plus separate and simultaneously active phone jacks, as well as an adjustable headphone output.
The analog inputs and outputs use the same circuit design as RME's ADI-8, guaranteeing low noise and distortion. Three different settings for the input and output levels each provide perfect compatibility on analog domain. SteadyClock, a proprietary clock technology for maximum jitter suppression. SteadyClock guarantees superb sound quality completely independent from the quality of the current reference clock. The ADI-2 uses the latest generation of AD/DA-converters capable of up to 192 kHz sampling frequency at a S/N ratio of 110 dB.
The RME ADI-2's transformer-balanced coaxial RCA SPDIF I/O has switchable Channel Status to make it fully AES/EBU compatible. The optical TOSLINK I/Os can handle up to 192 kHz and also serve as ADAT I/Os with up to 96 kHz sample rate. You can even use the RME ADI-2's SPDIF input and ADAT output or vice versa in AD/DA mode.
Following the Universal Power Supply philosophy of RME's Digiface, Multiface, QuadMic and OctaMic, the ADI-2 comes with an external switching power supply. Its additional internal switching power supply has been designed and optimized for audio applications. It accepts any voltage from 7 to 30 V, be it AC or DC, and even runs on batteries and rechargeable batteries.
Audio interface · RME ADI-2
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