The RME ADI-8QS is an 8-channel hi-end AD/DA converter with an unrivaled bunch of features.
The ADI-8 QS combines excellent analog circuit design with outstanding low latency AD/DA converter chips of the latest generation. Along with the integrated SteadyClock, the QS offers an AD- and DA conversion of the highest quality. Analog and digital limiters, 4 hardware reference levels up to +24 dBu, AES/EBU and ADAT I/O (optional MADI I/O) at up to 192 kHz, remote control via MIDI, digital input and output trimming for full level calibration, volume control for all 8 analog outputs, either separately or globally, digital thru-mode, operation over a wide voltage range and many more features make the QS truly unique. The ADI-8 QS is RME's reference - highest performance in every detail, at an unbeaten price/performance ratio!
The main specifications of the RME ADI-8 QS include:
Input AD: 1/4 inch TRS jack and 25 pin D-sub, servo balanced, completely symmetrical audio path
Output AD: 4 x AES/EBU, 2 x ADAT optical, optional MADI
Input DA: 4 x AES/EBU, 2 x ADAT optical, optional MADI
Output DA:1/4 inch TRS jack servo balanced, up to +21 dBu. 25 pin D-sub, balanced, up to +24 dBu. DC-coupled audio path
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