RME's world famous Hammerfall technology is now available not only on desktop computers, but also on notebooks! It doesn't matter if Mac or PC: each portable computer having an Express interface can now be upgraded to a mobile High-End and high-speed audio system - with up to 64 tracks and latencies down to 1.5 ms! The RME Madiface can do 64 channels of audio.
The new Hammerfall DSP System offers all its features both when used stationary or mobile: support for 96 kHz/24 bit, S/PDIF and ADAT optical, integrated mixer in TotalMix technology for complete ASIO 2.0 Direct Monitoring, independently to operate mixer desktop providing several submixes, DIGICheck in hardware for professional level metering with peak- and RMS values in broadcast quality, MIDI I/O and much more.
RME presents the world's most versatile PCI Audio Interface - the Hammerfall DSP 9632. This card makes the dream of an All-In-One solution for every possible application come true. As usual, RME has not made any compromises: Latest 192 kHz AD- and DA-converters with more than 110 dB signal to noise ratio, all inputs and outputs simultaneously operational, easy-to-install, with optional hi-quality analog expansion boards
RME Fireface 800 and RME Fireface 400 the finest low latency Firewire interface to date.
RME Digiface is a Adat lightpipe solution and the RME Multiface is a 8 In/Out analog solution.
RME MADI can't be beat for high I/o needs for up to 192 in/out @48k or 96 in/out @ 96K
RME RME Multiface II/HDSPe Bundle: Audio Interface Bundle with Multiface 36-channel Interface and PCIe Card - Mac/PC RME makes it easy to equip your computer with their popular Multiface interface with this bundle.
RME HDSPe AIO:
32-channel 24-bit/96kHz Audio Interface The HDSPe AIO from RMW makes the dream of an All-In-One audio solution come true! No matter what the application, this Advanced-Input-Output card excels, boasting the latest 192kHz AD/DA convertors and a
RME HDSPe RayDAT: 72 Channel (36 I/O) 32 channela Adat, Stereo AES/EBU, Spdif 2 x Midi I/O. For the first time, even SPDIF (phono) and AES/EBU (XLR) are simultaneously operational due to separated hardware and record/playback devices.