RME Fireface 802

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30-in/30-out USB 2.0 Audio Interface, 24-bit/192kHz, with 4 Mic/Line Preamp, ADAT and S/PDIF I/O, AES/EBU I/O, MIDI I/O, 2 Headphone Outputs, and DSP Effects – Mac/PC/Linux/iPad


The RME Fireface 802 FS is a pro-level audio interface with no-compromise sound, rock-solid stability, and ultra-low latency. This 30-input/30-output unit boasts a generous amount of connectivity, which includes four high-end microphone/line preamps, 12 channels of analog I/O, plus ADAT, S/PDIF, AES/EBU, word clock, and MIDI. You’ll appreciate the Fireface 802 FS’s reference-class AD/DA conversion, which operates at up to 24-bit/192kHz and is bolstered by RME’s renowned active SteadyClock FS jitter suppression. Moreover, this interface’s DC-coupled outputs permit you to send control voltages and gate information to modular synthesizers — a must-have feature for Eurorack enthusiasts. The Fireface 802 FS includes a complete selection of built-in DSP effects, DigiCheck metering and analysis, and standalone functionality. You get a complete selection of built-in DSP effects, DigiCheck metering and analysis, and standalone functionality. The 802 FS also features a class-compliant mode and remote control via TotalMix Remote for iPad or the company’s ARC USB. For recording, mixing, mastering — or all of the above — you’ll find the RME Fireface 802 FS to be a remarkably capable studio tool.

Uncompromising audio quality

When reference-quality sound is mandatory, you can count on the Fireface 802 FS to meet your exacting standards. Its balanced TRS and XLR analog I/O, as well as its two headphone outputs, yield industry-leading noise and distortion specs. Its four built-in mic preamps boast plenty of gain, with an ultra-transparent sound that offers a picture-perfect representation of any sound source. The Fireface 802 FS is armed with state-of-the-art AD/DA conversion, providing unprecedented sonic clarity, and its SteadyClock FS guarantees jitter-free operation, even when you clock the unit to an external clock source. Every one of the Fireface 802 FS’s analog inputs and outputs is individually switchable between -10dBv, +4dBu, and HiGain (equivalent to +2dBV, +13dBu, and +19dBu for digital full scale). To top it off, all this audio interface’s outputs accommodate ASIO Direct Monitoring (ADM).

Loads of I/O

If you’re working on massive-sized projects, you’ll appreciate the RME Fireface 802 FS’s generous complement of I/O. Four super-transparent mic/line preamps and eight TRS line inputs provide ample analog connectivity, bolstered by eight TRS outputs. Optical ADAT (switchable to S/PDIF) and AES/EBU digital I/O supply plenty of room for expansion. Dual headphone outputs, word clock I/O, and MIDI I/O round out the Fireface 802 FS’s abundant connections. The recording engineers here at Sweetwater are impressed with how much I/O RME has packed into a convenient 1U rackmount housing.

USB 2.0 class-compliant audio

The Fireface 802 FS operates in both a driver-based USB 2.0 mode and a class-compliant mode. The driver-based mode provides functionality that most DAW-based studio owners will find intuitive and familiar. The class-compliant mode operates natively on Windows, MacOS, Linux, and iPadOS — no proprietary drivers required. In class-compliant mode, all channels are available for driverless operation. What’s more, an iPad Pro with USB-C can manage up to 60 channels of recording or playback via TotalMix Remote for iPad.





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