Mmm ... i have an old machine here like a pent up 75mhz or such it has my
old awe 32 as a soundcard just needs some ram .... kind of like that idea
having a separate recording box with RME cards. No idea what that should
cost though but willing to sign in blood ;) they would be in good hands
and treated like historic valuables in a working museum.
No im not begging no... :)
Have a great weekend all
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1. for sale: "vintage" RME interfaces (Paul Davis)
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2018 17:15:16 -0500
From: Paul Davis <paul(a)linuxaudiosystems.com>
To: linux-audio-user <linux-audio-user(a)lists.linuxaudio.org>
Subject: [LAU] for sale: "vintage" RME interfaces
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It's bonanza time for anyone interested in some RME gear for use with
"vintage" computers (defined as ones with a PCI bus. Yes, PCI. Not PCI(x)
or PCI(e) or other later variant. Just PCI).
RME Hammerfall 9652
3x ADAT in/out
Daughterboard for word clock
Breakout cable for 9-pin Sony protocol & S/PDIF
Little-endian ROM chip installed, Big-endian enclosed
3x ADAT in/out
(missing MIDI I/O breakout cable)
half-height PCI card
External breakout box, 3x ADAT in/out, S/PDIF, MIDI, word clock
(nice long) Cable to connect
PCMCIA card for digiface, with required cable
2 x ADAT cables
I fully understand that these are now all legacy products, but they also
all continue to function at the highest levels. If you have the right bus,
and want/need the I/O configurations that these devices offer, you still
cannot get a better device, even 20 years (in some cases) after their
I'm not looking to make money on these devices, but I don't want to give
them away either. I'd prefer to ship them all as a single package (anywhere
in the world). So, make me an offer.
All were working the last time I used them; if any are not working when you
receive them, I'll refund you an appropriate part of whatever you paid.
I'm listing them here first because of the importance of this crowd and
these interfaces to what I've been doing for the last 20 years.
Make me an offer. For history buffs, the RME Hammerfall 9652 was the
interface that made me write Ardour.