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NAMM 2017: RME Unveil Their Fireface UFX II Interface
Containing 60 channels of audio (30 inputs and 30 outputs) and support sample rates up to 192 kHz, the Fireface UFX II acts as the ideal audio solution for a variety of professional audio applications such as recording, mixing monitoring and live performance.
Able to fit seamlessly into any production environment as the central component to any studio or live rig, the UFX II's 12 analogue inputs and 12 analogue outputs impart a classic, warm analogue tone. 2x ADAT I/O expand the Fireface UFC II's analogue I/O up to a further 16 channels; 2 channels of AES or SPDIF, plus WorldClock on BNC connections. All channels may be utilised in a simultaneous manner to allow for concurrent recording, making it especially ideal for live bands or drum kit recording.
RME have developed their own in-house sate of the art USB technology. This technology allows the Fireface UFX II to be connected to a plethora of different devices including PC, Mac and Linux based systems. With this feature you can be assured of incredibly low latency and groundbreaking performance throughout. In addition, RME's UFX II can easily combine with RME's optional ARC (Advanced Remote Control) USB remote controller to allow for convenient and unparalelled command.
Typical of German Engineering, the RME UFX II's performance is unprecedented. Featuring the latest premium quality AD/DA converters, optimised analogue I/O circuits and improved SNR /THD values you can guarantee crystal clear audio recording no matter what or who is playing. A newly designed PAD-free mic circuity design fitted with =18 dBu maximum input level and 75 dB gain range you can rely on hassle free operation in even the most onerous of recording sessions.
To be seen at this years NAMM, RME's UFX II is gathering masses of attention.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 17 Jan 2017 13:02 to category : Instruments News
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