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The ADI-2 from RME is a compact and flexible two-channel analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converter, providing conversion to and from S/PDIF, AES/EBU and ADAT. Balanced inputs and outputs and RME's proprietary "SteadyClock" internal clocking help maintain signal quality throughout the unit.
A three-stage hardware input and output level control allows for accurately calibrating signal levels in the analog domain. The transformer-balanced coaxial SPDIF I/O has switchable "Channel Status" to make it fully AES/EBU compatible. The optical TOSLink I/Os can handle up to 192kHz and also serve as ADAT I/O with up to 96kHz sample rates.
The ADI-2 comes with an external power supply. The unit's additional internal switching power supply has been specially designed and optimized for audio applications, and accepts any voltage from 7 to 30V, be it AC or DC, and even runs on regular batteries or rechargeable batteries.
Two-channel, high performance A/D and D/A converter
Handles digital signals in S/PDIF and AES/EBU, as well as ADAT formats
Balanced analog inputs and outputs
SteadyClock technology ensures the very best sound quality even with a jittery external clock
Yes, The coaxial input does allow you to playback at 192kHZ.
• Supported sample rates for external clocks: 44.1 kHz up to 192 kHz
• Internally supported sample rates: 44.1 kHz up to 768 kHz
Answered by: Product Expert
Date published: 2019-01-03
Can I use XLR and RCA outputs at the same time, ...
Can I use XLR and RCA outputs at the same time, with volume control, while using equalizer?
Asked by: Andrew
Yes, both the XLR and RCA outputs can be used at the same time.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-07-30
Just to confirm. XLR outputs on the back are ...
Just to confirm. XLR outputs on the back are marked as "line", it means volume knob on the front panel will not change volume on these outputs like in case of Benchmark DAC for example. Is it correct?
Asked by: Igor
Both the RCA and XLR outs are adjustable up to +13dBu or +19 dBu. You're able to control the volume like a pre-amp using the RME's volume knob or you can lock the output at a pre-set output level to act as a line out. So you can do both for whichever is more beneficial to your setup. I personally have the RCA outs locked at (-6dB) on +13dBu (max is +6 dB). There's just too much power output at max, my stereo amp vol pot has too little play at max setting. Read page 37 of the user manual for more info.