Why doesn’t the VRS8 have digital I/O like SPDIF or ADAT?

The VRS8 was created to be a native interface that boasts an incredible roundtrip latency as low as .7ms.

In order to do that, we created a direct chipset to handle the audio which we’ve named Low Latency Native or LLN. However, in order to maintain this low latency path, we could not interrupt the chipset with an external digital signal without compromising LLN.

To use more than 8 channels of audio, you can get an additional VRS8 for a whopping $500 OFF!

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