Review: RME Digiface USB Audio Interface


What is the Digiface USB?

This device gives you a really simple and easy way to connect your gear via ADAT or SPDIF directly to your computer with it’s 4 in and 4 out ports.

That’s great for devices that can’t operate as an interface or also useful if you want to merge the outputs of multiple devices together such as audio interfaces, preamps, mixers, adat machines, etc.

This little box runs via a single USB cable, and in addition to the 4 digital input/outputs, it also has a headphone output.

Simple and straight forward, but it gives you access to the RME drivers as well as the flexible Total Mix software.

Hardware Specs

So what’s the bottom line?

This is a specialized audio interface, but for those that need what it does, I don’t know if there is anything else on the market that does it in such a simple way.

If you need to connect a bunch of digital input and outputs, or even if you want a super flexible and portable interface to connect to your headphones on the go, this little box can do it.

I give the Digiface USB 4.5 out of 5 subs, it’s super small, powered by USB, sounds great, and operates at a very low latency thanks to the RME drivers. Plus, I love the flexibility of Total Mix!

This isn’t an audio interface for everyone, but again, for those who need what this can do, I don’t see how you would be disappointed.

I just hope on the next one they include a headphone control knob!

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