Digital connectivity comes in the form of an optical MADI I/O and two sets of ADAT I/O, giving you a variety of interfacing options.
Attach two Ferrofish A16 MK-II's to the RME HDSPe RayDAT over ADAT for 32 channels of analogue I/O, or four to the RME MADIface USB for 64 channels of analogue I/O.
Or if you really want to push the boundaries, the RME HDSPe MADI FX card can connect to twelve A16 MK-II's for a staggering 192 analogue I/O!
Start with one A16 MK-II and an RME MADI interface and you’ll have a system that can grow with you.
On top of this, the A16 MK-II is equipped with two high-resolution TFT screens displaying level meters and clock status, as well as a straight forward front panel menu with input gain, output trim, routing and clock options.
Comprehensive remote control software is also available that allows you to configure all these parameters over a MIDI or MIDI-over-MADI connection.
All these features open up a whole host of possibilities.
MADI optical cables can be run for up to 2 km between devices and, using the MIDI-over-MADI technology, carry all the necessary control data to adjust the A16 MK-II’s internal settings from a remote computer equipped with an RME MADI interface.
You could have an A16 MK-II located in the roof of a theatre, on stage, or simply in your live room – connected with a light and inexpensive MADI fibre cable.
Cut down on expensive copper cables and ensure that your converters are as close to the sound source as possible.
There is surely no other product that can come close to the Ferrofish A16 MK-II for sheer power and value for money.