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RME Babyface Pro FS


24 Channel USB Audio Interfaec

  • 24 bit / 192 kHz
  • 12 Inputs and outputs in total
  • All inputs digitally controlled
  • 4 Analogue inputs for microphone (XLR, SNR 113.7 dB), line level and instrument (6.3 mm jack, line SNR 116.3 dB)
  • Microphone inputs with up to 65 dB gain, pad, overload protection, and 48 V phantom power
  • 4 Analogue outputs: 2x XLR and 2x outputs for high- and low-impedance headphones (90 mW output power)
  • Optical input and output -- either ADAT (SMUX is supported) or SPDIF
  • MIDI input and output via breakout cable
  • USB 2.0 (3.0 compatible)
  • RME TotalMix FX software includes EQ, reverb, and delay
  • Class compliant
  • SteadyClock FS for lowest amount of jitter and highest jitter immunity
  • Optimised driver for PC and Mac
  • Stand-alone operation possible
  • USB powered
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 108 x 35 x 181 mm
  • Weight: 680 g
  • Includes USB-C cable
Recording / Playback Channels 12x12
Number of Mic Inputs 2
Number of Line Inputs 4
Number of Instrument Inputs 2
Number of Line Outs 4
Headphone Outs 2
Phantom power Yes
Number of S/PDIF Connectors 1
Number of ADAT Connectors 1
Numer of AES/EBU Connectors 0
Number of MADI Connectors 0
Ethernet 0
Other Connectors No
MIDI interface Yes
Word Clock No
Max. sample rate (kHz) 192 kHz
Max. resolution in bit 24 bit
USB Bus-Powered Yes
Incl. power supply No
USB Version 2.0
Width in mm 108 mm
Depth in mm 181 mm
Height in mm 35 mm
available since December 2019
Item number 476426
Included in delivery USB cable, breakoutcable, software
Zero latency monitoring 1
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89 Customer Reviews

Incredible audio interface!
Jorge Pallares 12.06.2020
This is an amazing USB Audio Interface. I've always trusted the RME brand. These guys can make the best possible hardware and affordable prices considering the features and benefits they offer. The RME Babyface Pro FS is no exception.

It's got pristine sound quality. Great quality of conversion in both the DAC and ADC sides. Stable clock technology from the new SteadyClock FS. Great transparent preamps. Great outputs for the headphones. Incredibly low levels of low noise and distortion.

Best performance and low latency. No hiccups of any kind. Can use extremely low audio buffer sizes as low as 48 or 64 samples, without any issues in Ableton Live 10 Suite and Logic Pro X.

Rock solid USB drivers. It's always reliable and trusty.

Awesome quality of construction. Built from a solid block of aluminum and the highest standards. Buttons, meters, dial control, cables, connections are all very nice, stable. Feels durable enough for many years to come.

Comes in solid black carrying case.

Great included software with TotalMix FX and others.

Only pros with this audio interface. There are no cons. Prices is fair for all that it offers.


RME Top in their game
Michael1970 16.06.2020
I use RME for 20 years now. No reason to look elsewhere. Their product is still top, audio quality is excellent, hardware based on previous experience should be long lasting(at least 10 years). Most importantly is there is long term support for their products. They don't just abandon an audio card after 2 years like others. Also they let their software and hardware people experiment to optimize staff. They results is that their drivers are ultra stable compared to other manufacturers who don't give their devs enough time to fix staff before moving to the next great thing. In short this Babyface Pro FS is what you expect if your used RME in the past, stability , good drivers, long term support, not cheap components on the pcb. I am not affiliated with RME in any way just a happy customer


The waste of money
Shadow_Avd 15.09.2021
Absolutely mediocre device but at inflated cost and with a lot of bugs and problems.

Actually, the main problem:
If you try to change your buffer size or sample rate when a one app is using this crap at least - you would hear the scratch or loose the sound at all. The only way to repair it - restarting apps. Besides your apps sound settings will be reset to default. And you will configure them from the onset.
I've used many similar devices which are much cheaper but they worked stably and had no problems in using.

Do you think pay around 600 euros for such 'entertainment' it's normal? Then buy it! Good luck. You will 'have fun' with it everytime and never be bored cause it just not working fine.

Sound quality is ordinary. Nothing paranormal. There are no differences in comparision with another devices.
The only good thing is the TotalMixFX with all of it's features and controls, nothing more. But DSP is bullshit with no compressor inside. If you wanna have a compressor - pay another +350 euros for UCX version.

If you are not a wanker audiophile forget about this device like a horrible dream. Babyface has no advantages besides routing in TotalMix. All this words about 'stability' is nothing more than an cheeky lie from vendor. You'll always get sound interruptions, screeching, crashes and bugs on either system, either buffer size and sample rate.
You can buy any other device for less money and work on it without any problems. RME doesn't costs its price at all.


Newby buys a pro-device
hellblaze 15.02.2020
Well, as the heading says, I am far from being a pro, or even a serious-amateur musician. I actually need an audio interface to monitor and record myself singing and record some acoustic guitar. But I have great plans and some money to spare, so I decided to buy a pro-level audio interface.

Actual review
-it was rather hard for me to understand, how the software mixing desk works, but a few videoguides helped me.
-sound quality is way better, then steinberg ur12, I had before
-integrated FX options is a great bonus

As a newby, I barely can see any drawbacks of the device. However, I could barely advice amateur musicians like me buying this interface, for its functionality is excessive. However, if you have spare money and big plans for your future as a musician - keep this interface in mind.


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