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RME Fireface 400
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Written by Gizmo   
Tuesday, 28 August 2007 23:01
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If you're into audio, and do a lot of work with FireWire, you might be interested in DigitLife's look at this FireWire audio interface device: 

The RME Fireface 800 was the first FW device, which was no worse than the external RME interfaces that required a digital PCI or Cardbus controller for a PC connection.

 According to the manufacturer, the Fireface 400 is not just the little brother of the Fireface 800. It is a completely newly designed device. It is the only device in its class with active jitter suppression, stand-alone functionality, complete controllability from the front panel, highly flexible I/Os in professional quality, and an unsurpassed 648-channel matrix router - at sample rates up to 192 kHz.

Read the full review at DigitLife:

RME Fireface 400 features:

  • TotalMix: 648-channel mixer with 42-bit internal resolution
  • MIDI controlled stand-alone operation
  • Up to three Fireface 400/800 units can operate in parallel
  • Analog inputs: 6 x 1/4" TRS (4 x Line, 2 x Line/Instrument), 2 x XLR/TRS Combo (2 x Mic/Line) All inputs are servo-balanced
  • Analog outputs: 6 x 1/4" TRS, servo-balanced, DC-coupled signal path. 1 x 1/4" TRS, unbalanced
  • Digital I/O: 1 x ADAT, SPDIF
  • MIDI: 2 x MIDI I/O via breakout cable (4 x DIN)
  • Support for sample rates up to 192 kHz
  • Two digitally controlled Mic Preamps in high-end quality
  • Two balanced universal inputs for line and instrument signals
  • SteadyClock for maximum jitter suppression and clock refresh
  • Simple stand-alone operation with rotary encoder and front panel display
  • TotalMix: 648-channel mixer with 42-bit internal resolution
  • 54 Level Meter Peak/RMS, hardware-calculated
  • Full mobility by Bus Power support
  • Windows and Mac compatibility

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