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USB audio interface from RME Audio belonging to the Fireface series

The RME Fireface UC is designed to provide ultra-low latencies even with multiple audio channels and breaks performance restrictions of typical USB audio interfaces with transfer technologies.

It has been optimized for performance under Windows and OSX with dedicated firmware versions for each platform.

Using current USB chipsets (2008 or later), the Fireface UC provides performance previously seen only with sophisticated PCI Express interfaces, the company assures. Even buffer sizes of 32 samples at CPU loads close to full capacity are possible with modern desktop and laptop systems, supposedly.*

A field test with a variety of computer systems prior to delivery allowed for adjustments of the transfer protocol and adaptations to specific systems, ensuring the highest possible performance and compatibility, RME says. An overview of tested systems (both current and older varieties) and achievable performance can be found on RME’s website: www.rme-audio.de/en_products_fireface_uc_systems.php?page=content/products/uc_general.

Features and Functions:
  • 18 inputs / 18 outputs
  • 8 x analog I/O
  • 1 x ADAT I/O or 1 x SPDIF I/O (optical)
  • 1 x SPDIF I/O (coaxial)
  • 2 x MIDI I/O
  • Sample rates up to 192 kHz on all I/Os
  • 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
  • Stand-alone operation with rotary encoder and front panel operation
  • 54 Level Meter Peak/RMS, hardware-calculated
  • TotalMix: 648-channel mixer with 42-bit internal resolution
* Lowest latencies can not be guaranteed for every possible setup, performance depends on the computer and audio application predominantly.

Included software:
DIGICheck for Mac and Windows: Spectral Analyser, professional level meters for 2, 8 or 36 channels, Vector Audio Scope, Global Record (Windows only), Surround Scope, several other audio analysis tools.

Available drivers:
Windows XP (SP2 or higher) / Vista / Vista 64 / 7 (multiclient with WDM and ASIO), Mac OS X Intel 10.5 or higher (Core Audio and Core MIDI).

More information:
www.rme-audio.com

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