London Colney, UK - RME have chosen IBC 2018 to unveil the new RME ADI-2 FS, the latest addition to their range of professional AD/DA converters.
A compact and flexible 2-channel AD/DA and format converter, the ADI-2 FS offers high-end analogue audio conversion to and from SPDIF, AES and ADAT, at sample rates up to 192 kHz. The three digital connections provide compatibility with a wide range of professional and consumer audio devices, with options for both SPDIF/ADAT optical I/O, and SPDIF/ AES-EBU coaxial I/O.
RME ADI-2 Series Converters
The newest member of RME's high-end ADI-2 Series family, the ADI-2 FS shares many similarities with its critically acclaimed siblings, the RME ADI-2 Pro FS and RME ADI-2 DAC. The two servo-balanced XLR/TRS analogue inputs use the same advanced circuit design of the award-winning ADI-2 Pro, providing an extended frequency response and offering outstanding low levels of noise and distortion.
The ADI-2 FS also uses the conversion technology of the ADI-2 Pro: the AK557x family and the AK4490 converter chips not only offer 192 kHz sampling frequency and extremely low distortion, but also a dynamic range of 120 dBA.
Alongside the pristine sound quality, the ADI-2 FS also offers a range of digital format conversion options. The coaxial RCA SPDIF I/O has a switchable Channel Status to make it fully AES/EBU compatible (cable adapter required). Additionally, the optical TOSLINK I/O can handle up to 192 kHz and also serve as ADAT I/O (even at 192 kHz). Outputting incoming SPDIF signals as ADAT (and vice versa) is also supported, in both AD/DA and D-D mode.