Topic: Multi-interface Operation at high sampling rates >192kHz (PCM/DSD) ?
With a Tascam DA-3000 recorder I can share the Word Clock with a standard BNC cable to synchronize 4, 6, 8, ... audio channels for A/D conversion like DSD128.
The ADI-2 Pro does not have a Word Clock connection, only AES, ADAT, SPDIF which are limited to 192kHz.
Does this mean that you cannot use DSD256/PCM768 (USB only) when using a RME ADI-2 PRO FS multi-interface configuration?
from pdf manual https://www.rme-audio.de/download/adi2profs_e.pdf
- Clocks: Internal, AES In, SPDIF In, ADAT In
- Supported sample rates for external clocks: 32 kHz up to 200 kHz
- Internally supported sample rates: 44.1 kHz up to 768 kHz
27.3 Multi-interface Operation
OS X supports the usage of more than one audio device within an audio software. This is done
via the Core Audio function Aggregate Devices, which allows to combine several devices into
one. All units have to be in sync, i.e. have to receive valid sync information via a digital input
signal, then all channels can be used at once.
If one of the devices is set to clock mode Master, all others have to be set to clock mode Slave,
and have to be synced from the master by feeding AES, SPDIF, Word or ADAT. The clock
modes of all units have to be set up correctly in their Settings dialog.