RME 12 Mic
12-CHANNEL DIGITALLY CONTROLLED MICROPHONE PREAMPLIFIER WITH AVB & MADI
RME 12Mic is a twelve-channel remote controllable microphone preamplifier with uncompromising A/D conversion, integrated AVB and MADI connectivity, and numerous features designed to make it the perfect companion for any professional recording
RME’S FIRST PREAMP FOR AUDIO NETWORKS
RME 12Mic has twelve microphones and line-level inputs, and has digital, uncompromising studio quality conversion; remotely controllable gains; integrated MADI and AVB connections; plus many other features designed to make it a The ideal companion for any professional recording setup.
TWELVE TRANSPARENT MIC PREAMPS FOR EXCEPTIONAL CONVERSION PERFORMANCE
The microphone input stage without PAD has a gain range of 75 dB and accepts signals up to +18 dBu. In terms of converters, 12Mic shines, all channels have excellent signal-to-noise ratio. All twelve front XLR connections accept microphone and line level signals, while the first four connections also accept TRS connectors, and the instrument has switchable high impedance (Hi-Z).
MADI & ADAT FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY
Both coaxial and optical fiber (via SFP modules) MADI I/O can be used for independent or redundant operation, and can be used for daisy chain connection, combining and converting MADI signals with extremely low latency. Three optical ADAT outputs provide up to 24 audio channels at a single speed (for example, a microphone input, a combination of MADI signals and AVB signals), or 12 output channels at a sampling rate of 96 kHz to ensure compatibility with a wide range of audio interfaces . In addition, the ADAT port can be used to send monitor mixes from AVB or MADI inputs to existing DAC/headphone amplifiers.
2 FULLY REDUNDANT NETWORK PORTS
According to MILAN's recommendation, RME provides AVB equipment with two fully redundant network ports for the first time. RME AVB Core carefully implements the IEEE standard for audio streaming, discovery and control, allows RME devices to be discovered and fully controlled by any AVB controller, and makes vendor-specific control protocols a thing of the past. Any signal that reaches 12Mic can be routed and streamed on the network with a fixed delay and guaranteed bandwidth-no need to configure a switch!