SPECIFICATIONS & DOWNLOADS
REMOTE CONTROL APPS
Firmware updates are likely unnecessary for the majority of customers, as the RMP-D8 ships with current firmware installed. If you are in doubt as to whether you need to update this, you can verify your firmware version by scrolling through the CONFIG button menu on your RMP-D8.
150 Ohm Balanced Source, AES Output, 22 Hz to 22 kHz, un-weighted, +60 dB Gain.
0 dBu, Unity Gain, 96 kHz
30 Hz to 45 kHz +/- 0.2 dB
10 Hz -3 dB
0 to 60 dB in 1 dB steps
HIGH PASS FILTER
-3 dB @ 80 Hz, 12 dB/Octave Slope
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO
MAXIMUM INPUT LEVEL
17.6 lbs. (8 kg)
22” (W) x 18” (D) x 9” (H) 55.9 cm (W) x 45.7 cm (D) x 22.9 cm (H)
POWER CORD TYPE
IEC Standard 3 Pin 18AWG Latching Type
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
No; because of the remote control design and the highly custom transformer design feeding the converters, the RMP is a unique preamplifier. The harmonic content from the transformer (essentially integrated Silk) is loosely based on Rupert’s mic preamps from the 1970s.
No; you can use Audinate’s Dante Virtual Sound Card application to get the RMP-D8’s signal into a computer. For the best latency performance however, we recommend having a Dante-enabled mixer or using a dedicated Dante / Computer interface to lower the latency for cue mixes when needed.
This playlist includes four setup videos explaining different ways to connect the RMP-D8: as a standalone device, and with interfaces from AVID, Burl, and Universal Audio:
Yes; you can use AES 67 compatibility mode in Dante controller as a way to bridge between Dante and other AOIP destinations with some limitations. You may also be able to use a hardware bridge. However, the RMP-D8 remote control application will only work over Dante.
It is likely the RMP is not on the same subnet mask as the computer.