FOCUSRITE VRMBOX

VRM box - Virual Reference Monitoring

£79.00
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Details

"With VRM Box, you can mix in your studio, wherever you are. Pocket sized and built to last, VRM Box places Focusrite
Headphone Outputs (Outputs 1-2)
  • Output impedance:
  • Power output into 150O: 15mW
  • Power output into 50O: 30mW
  • THD+N: -100dB (0.001%) (-1dBFS input, 20Hz/22kHz bandpass filter, 150O load)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: > 105dB

    S/PDIF Digital Input
  • Automatic Sample Rate conversion
  • Supported sample rates: continuous from 32kHz to 192kHz
  • THD+N:
    Crosstalk (Channel Isolation)
  • Any output to output: > 100dB

    DIGITAL PERFORMANCE
  • D/A Dynamic Range: 120dB (A-weighted)
  • Measured D/A Dynamic Range: 108dB (A-weighted)
  • Clock Source: Internal Clock only Clock jitter
  • Supported Sample Rates: 44.1kHz & 48kHz
  • 2 input channels to computer: S/PDIF (2)
  • 2 output channels from computer: Headphones (2)

    Connectors and Controls
  • Stereo S/PDIF input on RCA
  • Stereo Headphone Output on 1/4 inch TRS
  • Headphone Output Level control (analogue)
  • 4-pin USB2.0 compatible socket

    Indicators
  • 1 Green LED Indicator:
  • Flashing: Unit not installed correctly on host
  • Off: VRM effects turned off
  • On: VRM effects turned on

    Power
  • Bus power from USB bus

    Operating System Requirements

    Windows
    XP (service pack 3), Vista, 7

    Mac
  • OS X 10.5 Leopard (Intel only), OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

    Weight and Dimensions

    Dimensions
  • Unboxed: 68mm x 25mm x 68mm (W x H x D)
  • Boxed: 155mm x 210mm x 75mm (W x H x D)

    Weights
  • NetWeight: 123g
  • Gross Weight: 380g
  • The Problem

  • VRM (Virtual Reference Monitoring) is Focusrite's own loudspeaker & room simulator designed for headphone listening. Accurate mixing has until now, required expensive monitors and a carefully designed and treated control room. Currently, both professional music producers facing budgetary limitations and project music makers without access to such, frequently encounter mixing and "auditioning" difficulties.

    The Solution

  • VRM allows you to choose from 10 pairs of industry standard nearfield and main monitors in an acoustically treated control room.
  • Engineers routinely A/B their mixes by burning CDs and taking them into untreated rooms to reference on consumer stereos. VRM eliminates this process by simulating two extra rooms; a large living room and a smaller bedroom. You can choose between a range of speakers including quality hi-fi, computer, cheap stereo and television speakers. As with the control room simulation, you can select between a number of listening positions to check stereo imaging and observe the effects of typical room modes on your mixes.





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