Thanks for chiming in Ciprian. I think I’m going this simple route for now and maybe expand later…Rosetta 800 it’s much more in terms of I/O but lacks some of the rosetta 200 features(coda and aptomizer If i’m not wrong).
Hello good people of the jungle!
I just bought the RME aes 32 pci card(http://www.rme-audio.de/en_products_hdsp_aes32.php) and I was wondering if apogee rosetta 200 could be the best choice for connecting my 2 analog preamps and studio monitors(all analog signals) to my RME that has only the digital 25 pinout Tascam D-sub for digital I/O only? So is it possible that Rosetta 200 could do the AD conversion needed with the preamps and the DA conversion needed for the analog outs at the same time? To connect Rosetta to the rme I also need this cable http://www.thomann.de/ro/rme_bo25mxlr4m4fr.htm
I really don’t feel the need for a mixer because I have a splitter that can route my single stereo output to another set of 4 stereo outs, but if you have some mixer suggestions with analog I/O or tascam dsub pinout please let me know.
So If anyone has some experience with this rme card or rosetta 200 I would like to hear your advice.
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