RME Debuts New Audio Networking Product

RME has introduced 12Mic, AVB Tool and M-1610 Pro audio networking products with state-of-the-art mic preamps, flexible conversion and recording solutions for AVB and MADI applications.

RME’s first microphone preamplifier designed for audio networks, the 12Mic 12-channel digitally controlled mic pre features integrated MADI and AVB connectivity along with RME’s highest-quality converters for professional recording situations.

The new AVB Tool features four state-of-the-art microphone preamps, 64 channels of AVB, up to 128 channels of MADI and four analog channels for pristine audio applications.

The M-1610 Pro combines AD/DA conversion with redundant AVB and up to two independent MADI ports that delivers M-32 Pro-quality performance at an attractive price. The 12Mic features 12-channel microphone and line level inputs with digital studio quality converters, remote controllable gain, integrated MADI and AVB connectivity. 

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