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RME babyface (2011)
« on: October 22, 2018, 08:39:42 PM »
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USB 2 audio & MIDI interface

Compatible with: Mac OS 10.5 and above, Windows XP SP2, Vista and 7.
Analogue inputs: two (two XLRs on breakout cable; input 2 also available as high‑impedance instrument jack).
Analogue outputs: four (two XLRs and a stereo jack on breakout cable; outputs 3/4 duplicated at headphone jack).
Mic preamps: two.
Digital I/O: optical S/PDIF or ADAT.
Other I/O: MIDI In and Out.