The RME M-32 Pro II Series offers four models that provide either 32 analogue inputs or outputs with a choice of AVB or Dante connections.
RME is known throughout the industry for its professional-grade AD/DA converter technology, so it goes without saying that the M-32 Pro II series provides some of the best solutions available.
RME M-32 Pro II
As you’d expect from converters of this level, the 32 channels are divided over four D-Sub connectors, and these units are equipped with redundant power supplies which makes them fit for live music and broadcast situations.
In addition, the M-32 Pro II has both optical and coaxial MADI connections, as well as Word Clock I/O for syncing with most industry-standard digital consoles or PCIe interfaces.
Besides the improvement in the quality of the converters, which offer improved signal-to-noise and THD+N ratings compared to the previous model, the network capabilities are the focal point of the M-32 Pro II Series.
All AVB models can send and receive up to 128 channels at 48 kHz, 96 channels at 96kHz, or 64 channels at 192 kHz, and can be linked to ATDECC controllers and time-based systems on a network via the open IEEE 1722.1 standard.
While the second network port provides redundancy, it also allows daisy-chaining on the Dante models. Overall, if you’re using high sample rates with high channel count and network requirements, look no further.
Pricing and availability:
Pricing is unavailable as yet, but the M-32 Pro II series converters will be available soon from your favourite retailer.
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- M-32 Pro II is available in both AVB and Dante versions.: RME