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RME Fireface UFX USB 2.0 or Firewire High Performance audio interface 30 in, 30 out
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- Provides 60 channels of audio - 30 input and 30 output channels
- All inputs and outputs can be used at the same time
- Up to 12 analog and 18 digital channels can be recorded onto 30 separate tracks
- All I/Os operate up to 192kHz and reach 118dBA dynamic range on playback - including both headphone outputs
- Every microphone channel uses a double, parallel AD conversion
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The Fireface UFX has 60 channels of audio! Digitally controlled high-end preamps, reference class converters and full 192 kHz operation.
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The problem is that if you're not familiar with RME's audio interfaces, especially compared to others, you may not appreciate just how much better your life will be when you switch to an audio interface like UFX, which does EVERYTHING right.
Best low latency performance, pristine sound quality including fantastic headphone output quality with high power (and 2 of them), everything works exactly as it should, the drivers and software are by far the best, build quality is great, EVERYTHING IS GREAT, EXCEPT one thing. The one complaint I have about the UFX is that it has a terrible, very bright blue USB connection indicator LED. Just really horrible. That's the single thing that's bad about this interface. Just cover that LED and it's perfect.
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