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RME presents the Silver Edition of the Babyface

Monday February 7, 2011. 09:28 AM, by d-cipher Computer Hardware > RME
Computer Hardware : RME presents the Silver Edition of the Babyface - macmusicEquipped with the latest 192 kHz AD- and DA-converters and two reference class microphone preamps the bus-powered Babyface delivers two high end analog recording channels and four analog playback channels, plus ADAT and MIDI I/O in an attractively shaped enclosure.

The feature set includes a digital I/O with up to 192 kHz support, alternatively usable as ADAT port or optical SPDIF I/O. In combination with an ADAT converter, like the RME ADI-8 DS/QS, the Babyface provides an incredible amount of 10 analog input and 12 analog output channels.

The headphone output, driven from an extra DA converter, provides full 192 kHz sound experience, and is available not only directly at the unit but also on the breakout cable. The Babyface connects to the USB 2.0 bus and also offers MIDI In/Out ports.The additional instrument input - directly at the side of the unit - allows the recording of any instrument, like a guitar or bass guitar, without any other external hardware, by switching one analog input to Hi-Z mode.
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