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RME Babyface USB 2.0 High Speed Audio Interface 10 in, 12 out
- Sample rates up to 192kHz on all I/O (including two ADAT channels via SMUX4)2 high-quality,
- Steady Clock for maximum jitter suppression and clock refresh
- RME's unique meter and analysis tool includedPeak and RMS are hardware-calculated for all channelsIn
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The Babyface uses RME's Hammerfall USB audio core from the Fireface UC - another milestone in low latency audio interfaces, and will give you outstanding performance and top sound in an ultra-portable, nicely designed and attractively shaped enclosure.
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Combined with my bose l1 compact, the sound is amazing.
This is the silver color. I few people reported when this first came out that the wheel was off center and there was a metal-to-metal grind when you turned the wheel and sent them back for exchange many times getting the blue that was said not to have the problem.
Well, I am happy to report that my silver wheel is perfect. No grind when turning. As long as you do not get old stock, the silver is fine and doesn't look as gaudy (subjective) in my view.
Best USB audio device out there right now at date of these remarks.
One of my best purchases of the year.
The worst 700 bucks (at the time) I have spent on music gear.
My KRK rokit speakers fall asleep when I'm running them through babyface. Logic X/Garage Band would play only through one speaker. Can't control volume, from one place. Making a nice mix out of, say 2 mics - forget it - you always hear whatever TotalMix decides. TotalMix is useless and confusing. I just updated the driver and same issues persist.
Absolute train wreck. Stay away.
I wish the interface was more intuitive and it was 450$.
I haven't had problems with it so far, other than trying to figure out TotalMess, I mean TotalMix...
It sounds good. The bag is nice too. Ever heard of RME? Me neither. Well, who cares, I guess they have reputation among nerds. I am not a nerd, I am a working musician, that needed something to record guitars at home for remote projects, YouTube videos, my own music. This was definitely an overkill. One of those cheapos for 150$ at GC would have been absolutely fine.