ADI-2 Pro

ADI-2 Pro Anniversary Edition 

Ultra-fidelity PCM/DSD 768 kHz AD/DA Converter

New Experience in Sound and Quality

ADI-2 Pro : released on April 2016

ADI-2 Pro Anniversary Edition : released on July 2017

The ADI-2 Pro is a truly high performance AD/DA converter with sample rates up to 768 kHz as well as DSD record and Direct DSD playback, USB 2.0 DAC, USB 2.0 class compliant interface and high-end headphone amplifier from RME. It’s unparalleled specifications and features deliver crystal transparency and a professional performance that makes it the right choice for mastering and measurement applications as well as the ultimate tool for audiophiles everywhere.

Strictly limited to 500 units worldwide, the RME ADI-2 Pro Anniversary Edition, (AE), celebrates 20 years of RME audio.  With the tech specs basically identical to the silver ADI-2 Pro, the AE comes decked out in an all-black housing.

The 4-channel AD-converter: AK5574 from the Japanese high-end brand Asahi Kasei Microdevices, (AKM), supporting 786 kHz sample rate and DSD recording, is used in a dual mono design, with 3 dB improved signal to noise ratio.  Two premium DACs : AK4490 are used for two separate stereo outputs.  Internal audio processing like EQs, crossfeed and spectral analysis, is done by a high performance DSP with 2.17 Giga FLOPS (2882 MIPS), delivering enough computing power to work even at 768 kHz sample rate.

ADI-2 Pro
ADI-2 Pro Anniversary Edition


VELVET SOUND is a sound philosophy and brand concept for AKM’s next-generation audio devices, featuring new chip architectures and core technologies.

The new circuitry found in VELVET SOUND devices is designed to maximize dynamics and ensure pure, unaltered audio data, prioritizing the accurate capture and reproduction of the source material in order to achieve high performance and rich musicality. These devices were designed specifically for the high-resolution digital audio era.

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