Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box

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To: Brent Busby <brent@...>
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Date: Friday, December 7, 2012 - 6:18 pm

Brent!

>> The difference is that the FF400 has a stand alone routing mode, which

IIRC they added a stand-alone mode with the RPM (there was a
'disconnect' command). You can check if the Multiface II stays
configured by using external power and disconnecting the 'Firewire'
cable, once it is configured. But this is no solution for daily use. I
don't know anymore wether the mixing is taking place in the Host
interface or the IO Box. With the FF400, the mixer is in the device,
obviously.

> Oh well...thanks for the suggestions on other boxes to look at from

If you want the same converters, look for a used FF400. You will also
get another nice headphone output and two mic preamps.

Flo
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Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box, Florian Faber, (Fri Dec 7, 6:18 pm)
Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box, Florian Paul Schmidt, (Fri Dec 7, 5:50 pm)
Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box, Florian Paul Schmidt, (Fri Dec 7, 6:08 pm)