Enhanced Mastering-grade Monitoring for Your Studio
Over two years of intensive research and development went into the Heritage Audio Reference Audio Monitoring systems, and it shows. Sharing the same state-of-the-art circuitry and core analog audio path, the three RAM systems deliver audiophile-quality sound and feature sets tailored for project studios, commercial recording facilities, and post-production houses who deliver in 5.1 surround. The middle entry in the series is the RAM System 2000, designed for the studio that needs enhanced, mastering-grade stereo monitoring capabilities.
Feature-packed console-style stereo monitor controller
The System 2000 features generous I/O, with three pairs of +4dBu balanced analog inputs and three stereo outputs, an independent pre-fader Mix Out, independent stereo Cue I/O, a S/PDIF coax input, and pro-audio-quality Bluetooth input for easy mobile device integration. The 2000's two audiophile-grade diamond-buffer-based headphone amplifiers are capable of driving any headphones without noise or coloration. For easy recall of common settings, two user-assignable preset levels are provided. For communicating with talent, there's a built-in talkback with console-style management. Lastly, Heritage Audio equipped the RAM System 2000 with an independent subwoofer output that lets you effortlessly share your sub between different speaker pairs.
Audiophile-quality monitoring for any size studio
All three RAM systems employ state-of-the-art analog circuitry for superior transparency and ultra-low noise and distortion. The units are fitted with 64-step, gold-plated relay ladder attenuation for master level control — a feature usually found only on high-end large-format consoles. They also support Bluetooth connectivity for convenient wireless input from mobile devices. And with its classic RAF-gray cosmetics and prominent red Marconi knob, your RAM system will add a touch of class to your control room.
Heritage Audio RAM System 2000 Features: