Mixing in a perfect environment simply isn't an option for everyone.
Even if you have excellent, high-quality studio monitors, chances are
you don't have the liberty to crank up your latest mix at 3:00 AM, just
when you've put the final touches on that last track. That's what's so
cool about the Focusrite VRM Box. Designed to integrate with your
favorite DAW, the VRM Box uses Focusrite's award-winning VRM (virtual
reference monitoring) to simulate a traditional monitoring environment,
right in your headphones. Now, instead of the tightly focused and
exaggerated stereo separation you get from headphones, you get the sound
of a traditional listening environment, complete with pro-quality
Because the VRM Box can act either as the
primary output of your DAW or inline with the S/PDIF output of your
audio interface, you can use it with any DAW, even Pro Tools HD. The VRM
Box hardware itself boasts a 108dB dynamic range, far outstripping
conventional computer headphone outputs. What's more, the VRM Box
supports up to 24-bit/192kHz digital audio, so it's compatible with even
the most demanding applications. Although monitoring with real studio
monitors will always be ideal, a Focusrite VRM Box make your next best
option a whole lot better.
VRM (Virtual Reference Monitoring) lets you hear the sound of your mix
being played over a pair of professional studio monitors in a controlled
environment - right in your headphones
- Supports sample rates up to 24-bit/192kHz via USB or S/PDIF input
- 108dB dynamic range
- USB 2.0 for connectivity and bus power
- Stereo S/PDIF input on RCA
- Stereo Headphone output on 1½4" TRS
- Analogue headphone output level control
- Supports Windows (XP with service pack 3, Vista, and 7) and Mac OS X (OS X 10.5 Leopard (Intel only), OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard)
- Dimensions: 2.7" x 1" x 2.7"
- Weight: 4.33 oz.