Saturday, December 2, 2023

RND Announce The RNDI-S and the RMP-D8

New for this year’s NAMM Show in Anaheim, California, we are pleased to announce two new products from Rupert Neve Designs: The RNDI-S Stereo Active Transformer Direct Interface, and the RMP-D8 8-Channel Class-A Remote Control Microphone Preamplifier.


The RNDI-S is a new stereo DI with the same topologies & tone made famous by the highly-regarded single-channel RNDI. Its signature sound is the product of custom Rupert Neve-designed transformers and discrete FET amplifiers, delivering a powerful, vibrant direct sound worthy of the Rupert Neve name. Featuring dual TRS inputs with THRU connections for mono sources and a stereo 3.5mm jack for consumer devices, the RNDI-S delivers the full harmonic depth of your basses, guitars, keys, and all stereo sources.

The RNDI-S will be shipping in late January 2018, with an MSRP of $599 USD.

The RMP-D8

For the last decade, the world’s leading live sound engineers have chosen Rupert Neve Designs as some of the only analog equipment to accompany their digital touring rigs. With mastering-grade 24-bit 192kHz converters and full Dante integration, the RMP-D8 finally offers the live sound world something that studios have always coveted: the sound of Rupert Neve Designs.

Features include:

  • 8 mic / line inputs with 48V phantom power, polarity reverse, input pad & high-pass filter controls
  • 1dB-stepped class-A mic preamplifiers with 60dB gain and remote control capability
  • Custom Rupert Neve Designs transformers for the larger-than-life tone of Rupert’s classic modules
  • 24-bit / 192kHz Mastering-Grade Converters with precision-controlled internal clocking and enhanced jitter reduction
  • Ultra-reliable, redundant power supplies capable of operating anywhere in the world
  • Dante integration with redundant network ports for reliability
  • Gain-compensated secondary output option with +/-12dB range
  • 4 dual-channel AES outputs on XLR connectors
  • Large OLED display with full local control; accurate and easy-to-read meters
  • Complete integration with Dante Virtual Soundcard and Dante Via for direct computer input
  • Reinforced steel chassis for enhanced RF shielding and rugged touring use in challenging environments

    The RMP-D8 will be available Q2 2018.

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