32 Channel 24 Bit/96 kHz I/O Card: MIDI I/O. SPDIF I/O Opt./Coax., AES/EBU I/O XLR optional ADAT opt., Stereo Analog I/O
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 optional hi-quality analog expansion boards, the famous TotalMix, a newly developed sensational clock section with maximum jitter suppression of external clock signals - all this combines into a 'soundcard' that the world has been waiting for so long.
An easy to handle ribbon cable connects the newly developed optional AI4S-192 and AO4S-192. These analog expansion boards having one bracket with 4 stereo TRS jacks offer the same performance as the on-board stereo analog I/O of the HDSP 9632: up to 192 Khz, balanced and 3 different reference levels. With this a maximum of 6 inputs and/or outputs can be achieved.
HDSP 9632 also supports the existing Expansion Boards (EXB). An internal ADAT input and an internal ADAT output allow for up to 14 analog inputs, 14 analog outputs, or the usage of a TDIF interface, directly inside the computer. These are some of the features of the HDSP 9632:
Balanced* stereo analog in- and output, 192 kHz/24 bit, > 110 dB SNR Optional analog expansion boards with 4 balanced in- or outputs All analog I/Os capable of 192 kHz, constant number of available channels 1 ADAT digital I/O, supporting 96 kHz S/MUX operation 1 SPDIF digital I/O, 192 kHz-capable 1 Breakout cable for coaxial SPDIF* Up to 16 I/Os can be used simultaneously! 1 Stereo headphone output, parallel to the analog out, additional level settings 1 MIDI I/O with 16 channels of hi-speed MIDI via breakout cable TotalMix: 512-channel mixer with 40 bit internal resolution
* The HDSP 9632 ships in a basic version including two RCA/phono breakout cables (headphone: TRS jack). Therefore all analog I/Os and the SPDIF I/O are unbalanced. XLR breakout cables are available as an option (headphone: Neutrik TRS locking jack), turning analog and AES/EBU into balanced mode.
HDSP Meter Bridge: Scalable level meter with Peak- and RMS calculation in hardware DIGICheck 3.0 for Windows: Spectral Analyser, professional level meter for 2, 8, or 16 channels, Vector Audio Scope, various other audio analysis tools.
Drivers: Windows 2000/XP (full multi-client operation of MME, GSIF and ASIO 2.0). Mac OS X drivers expected at the end of September 2003. HDSP 9632 debuts SteadyClock ?, a newly developed clock technology, combining professional features like maximum jitter suppression at full varipitch capabilities and software controlled sample rates.