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Added DAC remote support

Added DAC remote support

Added DAC remote support

The FPGA 26 DSP 30 firmware update provides new features such as level meter colour selection

RME’s ADI-2 DAC combined DAC and headphone amplifier has received a firmware update. FPGA 26 DSP 30 increases the DAC’s remote support. This allows users to control the ADI-2 DAC from afar using a programmable remote.

This extended remote support covers more than just the 11 buttons on RME’s remote as users now have access to 31 remap actions and commands, directly, with no need to remap the ADI-2 DAC unit. The infrared code list also includes Bass +/-, Treble +/- and Balance Left/Right control. In addition, as some remotes struggle when power on and off share the same code, the ADI-2 DAC can now be switched off by both the original On code as well as an additional Off code.

The FPGA 26 DSP 30 firmware update also provides new features such as level meter colour selection, a level meter displaying pre-FX, post-FX or both levels simultaneously, enhanced AutoDark functionality, extended output switching between all three outputs, mute by pushing the volume knob and a Details screen that lists all currently active DSP functions for an overview of the unit’s audio state.

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