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Discussion in 'Converters & Interfaces' started by ChrisStuckey, Jul 17, 2002.

  1. ChrisStuckey

    ChrisStuckey Guest

    OK at the risk of sounding dumb. (Nothing new)
    I hear you guys talking about RME cards...
    What does RME stand for?*

    *See, here's another post MADE for the retard graemlin!
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Distinguished Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    You are the retard graemlin....ooooooohhhh...low blow! lol! Just kidding! lmao!
    RME...no idea what it stands for..some german company that makes really amazing audio cards!
    You can't go wrong with those cards..problem is that you need a converter to go with it since most of them are digital inputs only!
  3. llornkcor

    llornkcor Active Member

    May 8, 2001
    Brisbane, Australia (originally Boulder, CO, USA)
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    I own a RME Digi96-PST, and it includes light pipe, SPDIF, and 1/4" analog i./o. Sounds really great, and the boards construction is very heavy duty, built like a tank! Fine German Engineering. And as an added plus, there's linux drivers for it also.

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