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User’s GuideADI-8 QSThe Professional’s Converter SolutionTotalRemote FlexGain I64 Option Slot SteadyClock SyncCheck Professional 8-Channel AD/DA ConverterReference Low Latency Conversion8-Channel Analog AES / ADAT InterfaceOptional 64-Channel MADI Interface24 Bit / 192 kHz Digital AudioMIDI Remote ControlAES-3AES-1024 Bit Interface

Important Safety Instructions . 4General1234Introduction . 6Package Contents . 6Brief Description and Characteristics . 6First Usage – Quick Start4.1 Controls - Connectors - Displays. 74.2 Quick Start. 95Accessories . 106Warranty . 117Appendix . 11Usage and Operation8Front Panel Controls8.1 Input . 148.2 Limiter. 148.3 Input State . 158.4 Meter . 158.5 Remote . 158.6Clock Section . 158.7Digital Input . 168.8Output State . 168.9 Set (Rotary Encoder) . 168.10 Output. 179The Setup Menu9.1 Exit . 179.2 Global Output Level. 179.3 Input Trim . 189.4 Output Trim . 189.5 ID (Id) . 189.6 Bank (bA) . 199.7 Auto ID (Au). 199.8 Delay Compensation (dC) . 199.9 Follow Clock (FC) . 209.10 Word Clock Out (Co) . 209.11 Trim Enable (TE) . 219.12 Global Output Level Enable (GE) . 219.13 Direct Level (dL) . 219.14 Effects (FX) . 219.15 Digital to Digital (dd) . 229.16 Digital Patch Mode . 239.17 Dark and Lock Keys . 2410Remote Control10.1 Hardware Remote . 2510.2 MIDI . 2510.3 MIDI over MADI . 2510.4 Remote Control Software . 262User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

Inputs and Outputs1112131415Analog Inputs / Outputs11.1 Line In . 3011.2 Line Out. 31Digital Inputs / Outputs12.1 AES / EBU. 3212.2 ADAT Optical . 3312.3 I64 MADI Card . 3412.4 Differences I64 MADI Card / ADI-642 . 35Word Clock13.1 Word Clock Input and Output . 3613.2 Technical Description and Background . 3713.3 Cables and Termination . 38MIDI. 39Remote . 39Technical Reference16Technical Specifications16.1 Analog . 4216.2 Digital Inputs . 4316.3 Digital Outputs. 4416.4 Digital . 4416.5 MIDI. 4416.6 General . 4516.7 Firmware . 4516.8 MADI User Bit Chart . 4516.9 Connector Pinouts . 4617Technical Background17.1 Terminology . 4817.2 Lock and SyncCheck . 4917.3 Latency and Monitoring . 5017.4 DS – Double Speed . 5117.5 QS – Quad Speed . 5117.6 AES/EBU – SPDIF . 5217.7 Signal to Noise ratio in DS / QS Operation . 5317.8 MADI Basics . 5417.9 SteadyClock . 5518Block Diagram . 5619MIDI Implementation ADI-8 QS19.1 Basic SysEx Format . 5719.2 Message Types . 5719.3 Table . 58User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME3

Important Safety InstructionsATTENTION! Do not open chassis – risk of electric shockThe unit has non-isolated live parts inside. No user serviceable parts inside.Refer service to qualified service personnel.Mains The device must be earthed – never use it without proper grounding Do not use defective power cords Operation of the device is limited to the manual Use same type of fuse onlyTo reduce the risk of fire or electric shock do not expose this device to rain ormoisture. Prevent moisture and water from entering the device. Never leave apot with liquid on top of the device. Do not use this product near water, i. e.swimming pool, bathtub or wet basement. Danger of condensation inside –don't turn on before the device has reached room temperature.InstallationSurface may become hot during operation – ensure sufficient ventilation.Avoid direct sun light and do not place it near other sources of heat, like radiators or stoves. When mounting in a rack, leave some space between thisdevice and others for ventilation.Unauthorized servicing/repair voids warranty. Only use accessoriesspecified by the manufacturer.Read the manual completely. It includes all information necessaryto use and operate this device.4User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

User’s GuideADI-8 QSGeneralUser’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME5

1. IntroductionRME's ADI-8 QS is an 8-channel high-end AD/DA converter with a truly unique feature set. Thedevice combines excellent analog circuit design with the latest generation of outstanding lowlatency AD/DA converter chips. Along with its integrated SteadyClock, the ADI-8 QS offers ADand DA conversion of the highest quality.When developing the ADI-8 QS we used all our experience, and also the experience of our customers, to create a unique, excellent and high-quality unit. Although the ADI-8 QS is built tohighest reference standards, it still offers the typical, outstanding price/performance ratio knownfrom RME. ADI-8 QS features will excite you – but even more the performance and smartnessthat it shows in solving any given task. Have fun!2. Package ContentsPlease check that your ADI-8 QS package contains each of the following: ADI-8 QSPower cordManualRME Driver CD1 optical cable (TOSLINK), 2 m3. Brief Description and CharacteristicsThe ADI-8 QS is an 8-channel hi-end AD and DA converter in reference quality, fully remotecontrollable. In a standard 19" box with 1 unit height the device offers numerous extraordinaryfeatures like Intelligent Clock Control (ICC), SyncCheck, SteadyClock, analog and digital Limiter,four hardware reference levels up to 24 dBu, AES/EBU and ADAT I/O, optional MADI I/O, 192kHz sample rate, MIDI remote control, digital input and output trimming for full level calibration,calibration, volume control for all 8 analog outputs, either separately or globally, and a digitalthru-mode. 68-channel AD converter, full symmetrical design, 117 dBA8-channel DA converter, DC coupled design, double balanced output, 120 dBALow latency conversion: less than 12 samples delay4 x AES/EBU I/O per D-sub, 8 channels @ 192 kHz2 x ADAT I/O, 8 channels @ 96 kHzOptional MADI I/O (I64 MADI Card)Word clock input and outputMIDI I/ODigital input/output trim over a range of 6 dB per I/OAD-conversion includes switchable analog and digital Limiter2 x 8-channel level meter with 7 LEDs per channelNoise suppression on power-on and power-off at the analog outputsFully remote controllable via MIDI and MADIUser’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

4. First Usage – Quick Start4.1 Controls - Connectors - DisplaysThe front of the ADI-8 QS features 16 LED level meters, nine select keys, one rotary encoder,and 30 LEDs providing a detailed status display.The analog input sensitivity can be changed in the area INPUT. Choosing DIG with the selectkey, the digital input signal is routed to the digital outputs, with the AD-conversion being deactivated.The 8-channel LIMITER is available as analog (MODE ANA), digital (MODE DIG) or combined(both LEDs lit) function.The 8 level meter of the INPUT STATEshow the digital value (dBFS) of theinput level per channel. With activatedMETER GR AUTO the amount of GainReduction is shown in dB as soon as theLimiter becomes active. METER PHprovides a Peak Hold function, eitherpermanently (ON) or switched off byAuto Reset (AR) after 3 seconds.When the Setup menu is active, the according parameter values are displayed in this level meterwindow.REMOTE defines the source for MIDI remote control operation (Option Slot/MADI or DIN jack).In the CLOCK SECTION the current clock reference and frequency multiplier is chosen.The digital input signal of the DA-converters is chosen by pushing the DIGITAL INPUT button.The 8 level meter of the OUTPUT STATE showthe digital input level per channel as digital value(dBFS). METER PH provides a Peak Hold function, either permanently (ON) or switched off byAuto Reset (AR) after 3 seconds.When the Setup menu is active, all availableoptions are displayed in this level meter window.Pushing the knob SET activates the SetupMenu. The rotary encoder is a highly intuitivemultifunctional device. It is used to set the trim values, the volume, and various options in theSetup menu.The key ANALOG OUT defines the analog reference level at the analog outputs. This level isreached at full scale of the AD-converters, thus matching the front panel level meter's level indication.User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME7

The rear panel of the ADI-8 QS has eight analog inputs, eight analog outputs, mains power, aconnector for the optional Hardware Remote, MIDI I/O, word clock I/O, the I64 Option Slot, andall digital inputs and outputs (AES/ADAT).ANALOG INPUTS: Eight balanced Line inputs, 1/4" TRS inputs and D-sub.ANALOG OUTPUTS: Eight balanced Line outputs, 1/4" TRS outputs and D-sub.AES I/O (25-pin D-sub): The D-sub connector provides four AES/EBU outputs (AD signals) andfour AES/EBU inputs (DA signals). The 25 pin D-sub connector is wired according to the widelyspread Tascam standard (pinout see chapter 16.9). The AES I/Os are transformer-coupled. Thehigh sensitivity type input accepts all common digital sources, even SPDIF.ADAT I/O MAIN (TOSLINK): Standard ADAT optical port.ADAT I/O AUX (TOSLINK): Transmits further channels at activated sample multiplexing.WORD IN (BNC): A push switch allows to activate internal termination (75 Ohms).WORD OUT (BNC): Standard word clock output.MIDI I/O (5-pin DIN): MIDI input and output via 5-pin DIN jacks. Used to remote control the ADI8 QS, and – with installed MADI Card - to transmit MIDI data via MADI.REMOTE (Mini DIN): Jack to connect the optional Hardware Remote.IEC receptacle for power connection. The specially developed, internal hi-performance switchmode power supply lets the ADI-8 QS operate in the range of 100V to 240V AC. It is shortcircuit-proof, has an integrated line-filter, is fully regulated against voltage fluctuations, and suppresses mains interference.With installed I64 MADI Card:MADI I/O optical: Standard MADI ports.MADI I/O coaxial (BNC): Standard MADI ports.8User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

4.2 Quick StartAfter connection of all cables and power-on of the device, the configuration of the ADI-8 QSbegins in the CLOCK section. Choose a clock source and a sample rate.Connect the TRS-jacks or the D-sub connector with the analog signal source. Change the inputsensitivity by pressing INPUT until the input level is sufficient to avoid noisy operation. Try toachieve an optimum input level by adjusting the source itself. Raise the source’s output leveluntil the red Over LED flashes at the loudest parts of the signal, then reduce the level a bit untilno more overs are detected.The analog line inputs of the ADI-8 QS can be accessed by using D-sub (for an optional XLRmulticore) and 1/4" TRS jacks. Both are internally connected, so not operational at the sametime. The electronic input stage is built in a servo balanced design which handles unbalanced(mono TS) and balanced (XLR, stereo TRS jacks) correctly, automatically adjusting the levelreference.When switched on for the first time the ADI-8 DS starts in a default mode which should be suitable for most applications: AD/DA conversion in master mode (CLOCK INTERNAL)Sample rate 48 kHzInput ADAT opticalLevel reference 19 dBuOn the DA-side just choose the desired digital input by pressing DIGITAL INPUT. A coarse correction of the analog output level can be done by pressing the OUTPUT button.The ADI-8 QS stores all current settings and automatically activates them when the device isturned on.User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME9

5. AccessoriesRME offers several optional components for the ADI-8 QS:Part 000Optical cable, Toslink, 0.5 m (1.7 ft)Optical cable, Toslink, 1 m (3.3 ft)Optical cable, Toslink, 2 m (6.6 ft)Optical cable, Toslink, 3 m (9.9 ft)Optical cable, Toslink, 5 m 16.4 ft)Optical cable, Toslink, 10 m (32.8 ft)BO25MXLR4M4F1PRO Digital Breakout Cable Pro, AES/EBU25-pin D-sub to 4 x XLR male 4 x XLR female, 1m (3.3 ft)BO25MXLR4M4F3PRO same, 3 m (9.9 ft)BO25MXLR4M4F6PRO same, 6 m (19.8 ft)BO25M25M1PRODigital D-sub Cable Pro, AES/EBU,25-pin D-sub to 25-pin D-sub, 1m (3.3 ft)BO25M25M3PROsame, 3m (9.9 ft)BO25M25M6PROsame, 6m (19.8 ft)BO25MXLR8M3Analog Breakout Cable, 25-pin D-sub to 8 x XLR male, 3 m (9.9 ft)BO25MXLR8M6same, 6 m (19.8 ft)BO25MXLR8M10same, 10 m (33 ft)BO25MXLR8F3Analog Breakout Cable 25-pin D-sub to 8 x XLR female, 3 m (9.9 ft)BO25MXLR8F6same, 6 m (19.8 ft)BO25MXLR8F10same, 10 m (33 ft)I64 MADI CardMADI module featuring thru-input, Delay Compensation, Auto ID, MIDIover MADI, remote via MADIBOB32BOB-32, Universal breakout box, 19" 1 Unit height. The professionaldigital AES/EBU breakout solution10User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

6. WarrantyEach individual ADI-8 QS undergoes comprehensive quality control and a complete test at IMMbefore shipping. The usage of high grade components should guarantee a long and trouble-freeoperation of the unit.If you suspect that your product is faulty, please contact your local retailer.Audio AG grants a limited manufacturer warranty of 6 months from the day of invoice showingthe date of sale. The length of the warranty period is different per country. Please contact yourlocal distributor for extended warranty information and service. Note that each country may haveregional specific warranty implications.In any case warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation or maltreatment replacement or repair in such cases can only be carried out at the owner's expense.No warranty service is provided when the product is not returned to the local distributor in theregion where the product had been originally shipped.Audio AG does not accept claims for damages of any kind, especially consequential damage.Liability is limited to the value of the ADI-8 QS. The general terms of business drawn up by Audio AG apply at all times.7. AppendixRME news and further information can be found on our website:http://www.rme-audio.comDistributor: Audio AG, Am Pfanderling 60, D-85778 Haimhausen, Tel.: (49) 08133 / 918170Manufacturer:IMM electronics GmbH, Leipziger Strasse 32, D-09648 MittweidaTrademarksAll trademarks and registered trademarks belong to their respective owners. RME, Hammerfalland DIGICheck are registered trademarks of RME Intelligent Audio Solutions. SyncAlign, TotalGain, SyncCheck, ZLM, SteadyClock, ADI-8 QS, I64 Option Slot, I64 MADI Card and IntelligentClock Control (ICC) are trademarks of RME Intelligent Audio Solutions. Alesis and ADAT areregistered trademarks of Alesis Corp. ADAT optical is a trademark of Alesis Corp. S/MUX iscopyright Sonorus. Digidesign and Pro Tools are trademarks or registered trademarks of AvidTechnology, Inc.Copyright Matthias Carstens, 04/2018. Version 1.6Although the contents of this User’s Guide have been thoroughly checked for errors, RME cannot guarantee that it is correct throughout. RME does not accept responsibility for any misleading or incorrect information within this guide. Lending or copying any part of the guide or theRME Driver CD, or any commercial exploitation of these media without express written permission from RME Intelligent Audio Solutions is prohibited. RME reserves the right to change specifications at any time without notice.User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME11

CE / FCC ComplianceCEThis device has been tested and found to comply with the limits of the European Council Directive on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to electromagnetic compatibility according to RL89/336/EWG and RL73/23/EWG.FCCThis device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) Thisdevice may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the partyresponsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.Responsible Party in USA:Synthax United States, 6600 NW 16th Street, Suite 10, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33313T.:754.206.4220Trade Name: RME, Model Number: ADI-8 QSThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 ofthe FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residentialinstallation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used inaccordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference toradio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged totry to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.RoHSThis product has been soldered lead-free and fulfils the requirements of the RoHS directive.Note on DisposalAccording to the guide line RL2002/96/EG (WEEE – Directive on WasteElectrical and Electronic Equipment), valid for all european countries, thisproduct has to be recycled at the end of its lifetime.In case a disposal of electronic waste is not possible, the recycling can alsobe done by IMM electronics GmbH, the manufacturer of the ADI-8 QS. Forthis the device has to be sent free to the door to:IMM electronics GmbHLeipziger Straße 32D-09648 MittweidaGermany12User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

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8. Front Panel Controls8.1 InputIn the INPUT area, the select key causes a change of the analog inputsensitivity, referenced to digital full scale level (0 dBFS) of the ADconverters. The choices are: 4.2 dBu (-10 dBV compatible), 13 dBu, 19 dBu and 24 dBu. As the adaptation is performed in the analog domain, the ADI-8 QS achieves the highest possible values for Signal toNoise ratio and distortion in any setting.After selecting DIG, the digital input signal is routed to the digital outputs, with the AD-conversionbeing deactivated. The level meters now show the level of the digital input signal.8.2 LimiterThe LIMITER is available as analog function (MODE ANA), digital function (MODE DIG), orcombined (both LEDs lit).Analog LimiterFor the ADI-8 QS, RME developed a new fully symmetrical circuit design withdigitally controlled release time. While the analog limiter is constantly within thesignal path, it operates fully transparent as long as there is no control signalgenerated, so does not cause noise or distortion. This special feature made itpossible to define a threshold of 3 dB in deactivated mode, preventing anoverload of more than 3 dB of the AD-converters. This avoids not only extremeoverload effects, but also prevents the AD-converters from being damaged.Both the fully symmetrical design and the digitally controlled release time contribute to the reduction of the unavoidable distortion of a peak limiter (linearity errors of the control elements, generation of the control voltage). The distortion value of about 0.3% stays the same at any leveland any frequency.Another exceptional feature is the ability to handle extremely high levels. At the level references 24 dBu, 19 dBu and 13 dBu up to 30 dBu can be fed, the signal is still limited correctly (-3dBFS), THD is still 0.3%. At the setting 4.2 dBu the maximum unclipped input level is 24 dBu.So there is more than 20 dB overload possible!Note: As with all such basic designs, increasing dynamic ratio and gain reduction causes audiblepumping effects.Digital LimiterThe digital limiter is a non linear compressor. The input signal is processed with a special amplitude function. The resulting third order harmonics are widely masked by the original signal.The digital limiter allows for additional headroom of up to 5 dB without audible clipping (clipping:brickwall limiting leading to high distortion). It also allows for an increase of the loudness withoutincreasing the maximum peak level, similar to the effect known as Maximizer. Unlike the analoglimiter there is no attack and release time and therefore no pumping effects.The strength of the limiter effect can be adjusted in the Setup menu in steps of 1.5, 3, 4 and 5dB, indicating the maximum level or loudness gain (chapter 9.14).14User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

8.3 Input StateThe 8 level meter of the INPUT STATE show the digital value (dBFS) of the input level perchannel. The level data incorporate Input Trim and Digital Limiter. The red LED OVR is lit 0.2 dBbefore full scale level (-0.2 dBFS).With activated METER GR AUTO the amount of Gain Reduction is shown in dB as bar from topto bottom, as soon as the Limiter becomes active. In case of overload a display is even performed when the Limiter has not been activated, because the Limiter is indeed always active,operating at a threshold of 3 dB.When the Setup menu is active, the according parameter values are displayed in this level meterwindow.8.4 MeterMETER PH provides a Peak Hold function for all level meters, eitherpermanently (ON) or switched off by Auto Reset (AR) after 3 seconds.In mode ON, a reset (erasing the current peak values) is issued by a single push of the PH button. The function itself is not changed.8.5 RemoteREMOTE defines the source of MIDI remote control commands. Choices are theMIDI DIN jack, AES1 and the MADI input of the I64 MADI Card (Option Slot).Note: Via MIDI remote control, all front panel controls can be locked (Lock Keys).An exception is the REMOTE key. In the Off state (no LED lit) Lock Keys isdeactivated. Therefore a locking of all the controls can be revoked directly at theunit at any time.8.6 Clock SectionThe source and frequency of the unit's clock is configured in the CLOCK SECTION. The buttonCLOCK lets you step through the options external clock (Word, ADAT, AES, Option MADI)and internal clock, and sets the sample rate for both an external and the internal clock.WCK, AES, OPTN (Slave Mode)Defines the corresponding input as clock reference. A missing or invalid clock source signal isindicated by flashing of the corresponding LED.INT (Master Mode)Activates the internal clock.With a setting of INT (internal clock) it is mandatory that the clock rate of the sources is synchronous to the ADI-8 QS. Therefore the external device has to be synchronized to the ADI8 QS word clock output or AES/ADAT/MADI output.The ADI-8 QS thus has to be master, all devices connected to it must be slave. In order to avoidclicks and drop outs due to faulty or missing synchronicity, a special process called SyncCheckcompares the incoming data and the ADI-8 QS internal clock. The SYNC state is indicated by aflashing (error) or turned off (OK) LED.User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME15

44.1, 48Activates the internal clock at 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.DS, QSWith the DS LED additionally lit, the sample rate will be 88.2 or 96 kHz, with QS lit it will be 176.4or 192 kHz.A selection of DS and QS is also possible when usingexternal clock (Slave). If the ADI-8 QS should operateat 192 kHz, but receives a synchronous word clock of48 kHz, the button STATE allows to activate DS or QSmode. This way, AD-conversion and digital outputs areconfigured to operate in the frequency ranges SingleSpeed, Double Speed or Quad Speed.Single SpeedAll outputs carry a signal in the range of 32 kHz up to 48 kHz.DS (Double Speed)The AES outputs 1-8 carry a signal in the range of 64 kHz up to 96 kHz. ADAT and MADI stay atno higher than 48 kHz, with the data transmitted in the S/MUX format.QS (Quad Speed)The AES outputs 1-8 carry a signal in the range of 176.4 kHz up to 192 kHz. ADAT and MADIstay at no higher than 48 kHz, with the data transmitted in the S/MUX4 format. Therefore ADATis limited to 4 channels (2 per optical output) in this mode.8.7 Digital InputThe key DIGITAL INPUT defines the signal source of the DAconverters. This is also true for the mode Digital to Digital, where thechosen digital input signal is sent directly to the digital outputs.Each input has its own SYNC LED. If a valid input signal is applied,SyncCheck is active automatically. SyncCheck takes the chosen clock(internal, external, etc.) as reference and compares it with the inputclocks. Inputs which are not synchronous will be signalled by flashing ofthe corresponding SYNC LED.8.8 Output StateThe 8 level meter of the OUTPUT STATE show the digital input level per channel as digital value (dBFS). The display incorporates the settings of Global Output Level and Output Trim. Therefore overloads of the DA-converters will always be displayed.When the Setup menu is active, all available options are displayed in this level meter window.8.9 Set (Rotary Encoder)The rotary encoder is a highly intuitive multifunctional device. It is used to setthe trim values, the volume, and various options in the Setup menu.Pushing the knob SET activates the Setup menu. Within the Setup menu apush on SET changes between left and right window.16User’s Guide ADI-8 QS RME

8.10 OutputIn the OUTPUT area, the select key causes a change of the analog outputlevel, referenced to digital full scale level (0 dBFS) of the DA-converters.The choices are: 4.2 dBu (-10 dBV compatible), 13 dBu, 19 dBu and 24 dBu. As the adaptation is performed in the analog domain, the ADI-8QS achieves the highest possible values for Signal to Noise ratio and distortion ratio in any setting.9. The Setup MenuSome options and settings are seldom accessed and changed. These have been collected inthe Setup menu. The Setup menu is entered by pushing the rotary encoder (SET) in both levelmeter windows. The right window shows all the options, the left window is used to configurethem. In the currently active window all red LEDs are lit, similar to a cursor function.The setup procedure is run as follows: Push SET one time. The level display vanishes, the cursor marks the right window. Turn SET left or right until the desired option shows up, for example Digital to Digital, shownas the letters d d. Push SET one time. The cursor jumps to the left window. Turn SET left or right until the desired parameter value shows up. In this example, d d can beactivated (check symbol) or deactivated (no check symbol). Push SET one time to return to the options in the right window, or simply wait for 6 seconds.The last setting stays valid, the setup menu is left, and the

When switched on for the first time the ADI-8 DS starts in a default mode which should be suita-ble for most applications: AD/DA conversion in master mode (CLOCK INTERNAL) Sample rate 48 kHz Input ADAT optical Level reference 19 dBu On the DA-side just choose the desir