Apogee Electronics announces Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge – Shipping February 2013

Anaheim, California, January 24, 2013 – Apogee Electronics is pleased to announce Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge, a 64 channel interface for connecting Apogee converters to any Thunderbolt™ equipped Mac computer, will be shipping and available February 2013.  For the first time, the award winning sound quality of Symphony I/O can be paired with the blistering speed and bandwidth of Intel’s ThunderBolt technology for unparalleled studio power.

Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge connects Apogee’s flagship audio interface, Symphony I/O, to any Thunderbolt™ equipped Mac for true Thunderbolt compatibility and performance. Capable of up to 64 channels of input and output at sample rates up to 192kHz, Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge delivers impressive channel counts at unprecedented speeds for a latency and hassle free recording experience. Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge will also connect Apogee’s X-Symphony equipped AD-16X, DA-16X and Rosetta Series converters to Thunderbolt Macs for legacy compatibility. Existing users of these devices will simply need to update to the most current software/firmware available on Apogee’s website before connecting to ThunderBridge.

Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge Highlights

  • Connects up to 64 channels of Apogee I/O to any Thunderbolt™- equipped Mac
  • Operates at sample rates from 44.1-192 kHz
  • Compatible with Symphony I/O and X-Symphony-equipped Rosetta 800, 200, AD16X and DA16X.
  • Latency = 1.8 ms at 96kHz/32 buffer
  • 2 Thunderbolt™ ports for connecting additional devices
  • 2 PC-32 ports for connection to Apogee interfaces
  • 1 Word Clock Out
  • DC Input – 12V DC 30W (power supply included)
  • Status LED to indicate whether or not the device has been configured properly

System Requirements

  • Audio Interfaces: Apogee Symphony I/O X-Symphony-equipped Rosetta Series or X Series interface
  • Computer: Thunderbolt-enabled Mac computer, including MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iMac
  • Thunderbolt™ cables
  • Mac OS: 10.7 or later
  • Power: DC Power supply included

Price: $995*
Availability: February 2013

*$495 as of January 23, 2014

Apogee Electronics introduces all new “ONE”, audio interface & microphone for iPad & Mac

Anaheim, California, January 24, 2013 – Apogee Electronics is pleased to introduce the completely redesigned ONE, a 2 IN x 2 OUT USB audio interface and microphone. The all new ONE is the first studio quality audio interface and microphone that makes a direct digital connection to Apple’s iPad (iPhone, iPod touch) and Mac. ONE features Apogee’s Maestro control software, iOS device charging, optional battery power for portable recording with iPad and professional sound quality. ONE is the all-in-one solution that makes it easy for musicians, songwriters, recording engineers, film makers, audiophiles, and anyone else to enjoy professional sound quality on iPad and Mac.

ONE offers three input options; a built-in omni-directional condenser microphone, XLR input for dynamic, condenser or ribbon microphones, and 1/4” instrument input for electric guitars, keyboards or any instrument with an electric pick-up. An upgrade from the original design, ONE now has the ability to record two inputs simultaneously (instrument plus built-in microphone or external microphone). The updated AD/DA converters and mic preamps deliver best-in-class, studio quality sound and allow you to capture and playback your recordings with incredible clarity and detail.

ONE’s audiophile quality headphone amplifier/DAC is a favorite for enhanced music listening on Mac. Now ONE delivers the same hi-fi quality sound to iPod touch, iPhone and iPad users for listening to streaming radio and music libraries with incredible clarity and detail.

ONE’s built-in condenser microphone is a unique feature allowing anyone to record with incredible results and without the need for an external microphone. This paired with the option of connecting to iPod touch, iPhone or iPad and battery power enables studio-quality recordings to be created in any location.

“We have completely redesigned ONE, incorporating highly anticipated features; iPad compatibility, simultaneous recording of guitar and a microphone, enhanced sound quality, and a much desired metal chassis,” says Apogee CEO and Co-Founder Betty Bennett. “This is an innovative interface, ideal for the musician who wants an all-in-one solution they can count on for ease of use and professional studio quality results, no matter where they are. We’re excited to welcome this next generation of a classic Apogee product and we know our customers will love it.”

Apple’s iPad has revolutionized music creation with an intuitive touch interface and a universe of powerful and very affordable music apps. As a studio quality microphone and audio interface, ONE delivers key features to this new paradigm. Apogee’s Maestro software for iOS lets you control ONE’s inputs, mic preamp, outputs and set up low latency monitoring. ONE’s DC power charges iPad while in use so recording is not interrupted. The option of battery power for ONE allows for truly portable professional recording.

When used with iPad or an iOS device, ONE works with any Core Audio compliant app like GarageBand, Auria and MultiTrack. For recording on a Mac, ONE works with Logic, Pro Tools, GarageBand, Ableton Live and any Mac Core Audio compliant application.

ONE for iPad and Mac – Highlights

  • First studio quality audio interface and microphone for iPad
  • New circuitry, mic capsule and upgraded sound quality
  • Redesigned die cast aluminum chassis
  • Direct digital connection to iPod touch, iPhone, iPad
  • Works with new iPhone 5, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 
(Lighting adapter required – Sold separately)
  • Works with GarageBand, MultiTrack, Spotify; Any Core Audio compatible app on iOS
  • Works with GarageBand, Logic, Pro Tools, Ableton, iTunes; Any Core Audio compatible app on Mac
  • Low latency monitoring, complete input/output control with Apogee’s Maestro software (iOS & Mac)
  • DC power supplies charge to iPod touch, iPhone or iPad
  • Optional battery operation for remote recording on iPad (2 AA batteries not included)
  • USB 2.0 audio with 24-bit/96kHz A/D and D/A conversion
  • Built-in omnidirectional condenser microphone (mic stand adapter included)
  • 2 Analog Inputs (XLR microphone and 1/4” instrument connector on breakout cable)
  • Record up to 2 inputs at a time (instrument + internal microphone or external microphone)
  • 1 1/8” stereo output for headphones or powered speakers
  • Legendary Apogee sound quality
  • Designed in California – Made in the U.S.A.

System Requirements
Mac OS:

  • Computer: Intel Mac 1.5GHz or faster
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB recommended
  • OS: 10.7.5 or greater
  • Connection and power: Any available USB port on a Mac
  • USB bus powered; DC power optional (DC power supply included)

iOS:

  • iOS version: 5.1 and later
  • Connection: 30-pin dock connector
  • Power supply or two AA batteries required 
(Batteries not included)

iOS device compatibility (Lightning connector)

  • iPod touch* (5th generation)
  • iPhone 5*
  • iPad* (4th generation)
  • iPad mini*

* Requires Apple’s Lightning to 30-pin adapter. Sold separately.

iOS device compatibility (30-pin connector)

  • iPod touch (4th generation)
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPad (3rd generation)
  • iPad 2
  • iPad

Price: $349
Availability: March 2013

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Apogee Electronics announces iPad compatibility for Quartet

Anaheim, California, January 24, 2013 – Apogee Electronics is pleased to announce iPad compatibility for Quartet, a 4 input, 8 output USB audio interface. Quartet is the first professional multi-channel audio interface that makes a direct digital connection to Apple’s iPad (iPhone, iPod touch) and Mac. Quartet for iPad and Mac features Apogee’s Maestro control software, iOS device charging, MIDI connectivity, advanced monitor control and professional sound quality. Quartet is the ideal studio control center for multi-channel music recording and mixing on iPad and Mac.

“Apogee has pioneered professional digital recording on iPad and iOS devices with products like JAM, our studio quality guitar input, and MiC, the first studio quality digital microphone for iPad & iOS.  We are now taking the next step, offering a range of professional multi-channel recording solutions for iPad and all iOS devices,” says Apogee CEO and Co-Founder Betty Bennett. “Enabling amazing products like Quartet to be directly connected to the increasingly powerful iPad and all other iOS devices, seamlessly integrated with apps like GarageBand and Auria, controlled with our Maestro software allows you take mobile music creation to the next level. It truly is a new frontier for the personal studio and we’re proud to be at the forefront.”

Apple’s iPad has revolutionized music creation with an intuitive touch interface and a universe of powerful and very affordable music apps. Quartet delivers key features to this new paradigm that bring professional multi-channel audio recording to iPad for the first time. Apogee’s Maestro software for iOS lets you control Quartet’s inputs, mic preamps, outputs and set up low latency monitoring. Quartet’s DC power charges iPad while in use so recording is not interrupted. Quartet provides plenty of power for studio headphones, microphones and MIDI keyboards. In addition, Quartet accepts and provides professional audio level (ie. balanced, +4 dBu reference level).

When used with iPad or an iOS device, Quartet works with any Core Audio compliant app like GarageBand, Auria and MultiTrack. For recording on a Mac, Quartet works with Logic, Pro Tools, GarageBand, Ableton Live and any Mac Core Audio compliant application.

 

Quartet for iPad and Mac – Highlights

  • First professional multi-channel audio interface for iPad
  • Direct digital connection to iPod touch, iPhone, iPad
  • Works with new iPhone 5, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 
(Apple’s Lighting to 30-pin adapter required – Sold separately)
  • Works with GarageBand, Auria, MultiTrack and any Core Audio compliant app on iOS
  • Works with GarageBand, Logic, Pro Tools, Ableton and any Core Audio compliant app on Mac
  • Low latency monitoring, complete input/output control with Apogee’s Maestro software (iOS & Mac)
  • MIDI input/output (USB-A type connector)
  • DC power supplies charge to iPod touch, iPhone or iPad
  • USB 2.0 audio with 24-bit/192kHz A/D and D/A conversion
  • 4 Analog inputs with world-class mic preamps and selectable 48v phantom power
  • 6 Balanced analog line outputs
  • ADAT/SMUX digital Inputs
  • Monitor control – up to 3 speaker sets
  • 1 Independent 1/4” stereo headphone output
  • QuickTouch pads for input/output selection and advanced control
  • Legendary Apogee sound quality
  • Designed in California – Made in the U.S.A.

System Requirements
Mac OS:

  • Computer: Intel Mac 1.5GHz or faster
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB recommended
  • OS: 10.6.8, 10.7.4 or greater
  • Connection and power: Any available USB port on a Mac
  • Power: DC Power supply included

iOS:

  • iOS version: 5.1 and later
  • Connection: 30-pin dock connector
  • DC Power supply included

iOS device compatibility (Lightning connector)

  • iPod touch* (5th generation)
  • iPhone 5*
  • iPad* (4th generation)
  • iPad mini*

* Requires Apple’s Lightning to 30-pin adapter. Sold separately.

iOS device compatibility (30-pin connector)

  • iPod touch (4th generation)
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPad (3rd generation)
  • iPad 2
  • iPad

Price: $1295
Availability: February 2013

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Existing Quartet users can acquire the 30-pin cable for iPad connectivity. See more info here

Apogee Electronics introduces new Duet for iPad & Mac

Anaheim, California, January 24, 2013 – Apogee Electronics is pleased to introduce Duet for iPad and Mac, a 2 input, 4 output USB audio interface. The new Duet is the first professional stereo audio interface that makes a direct digital connection to Apple’s iPad (iPhone, iPod touch) and Mac. Duet features Apogee’s Maestro control software, iOS device charging, MIDI connectivity and professional sound quality. Duet is the ideal personal studio interface for stereo music recording, mixing and audiophile-quality listening on iPad and Mac.

First introduced in 2007, the original Duet was a 2 IN x 2 OUT FireWire Audio Interface for Mac and became one of the most popular audio interfaces of all time, starting a home studio revolution and winning many industry awards and accolades. Duet received an upgrade in May of 2011 when Duet 2 took its place with a new 2 IN x 4 OUT format, redesigned AD/DA conversion and mic preamps, and USB 2.0 Mac connectivity. The new Duet for iPad and Mac builds on this legacy by offering the same professional quality as the Duet 2 for the iPad based personal studio.

“Apogee has pioneered professional digital recording on iPad and iOS devices with products like JAM, our studio quality guitar input, and MiC, the first studio quality digital microphone for iPad and iPhone. We are now taking the next step, offering a range of professional multi-channel recording solutions for iPad and all iOS devices,” says Apogee CEO and Co-Founder Betty Bennett. “Enabling amazing products like Duet to be directly connected to the increasingly powerful iPad and all other iOS devices, seamlessly integrated with apps like GarageBand and Auria, controlled with our Maestro software allows you take mobile music creation to the next level. It truly is a new frontier for the personal studio and we’re proud to be at the forefront.”

Apple’s iPad has revolutionized music creation with an intuitive touch interface and a universe of powerful and very affordable music apps. Duet delivers key features to this new paradigm that bring professional stereo audio recording to iPad for the first time. Apogee’s Maestro software for iOS lets you control Duet’s inputs, mic preamps, outputs and set up low latency monitoring. Duet’s DC power charges iPad while in use so recording is not interrupted. Duet provides plenty of power for studio headphones, microphones and MIDI keyboards. In addition, Duet accepts and provides professional audio level (ie. balanced, +4 dBu reference level).

When used with iPad or an iOS device, Duet works with any Core Audio compliant app like GarageBand, Auria and MultiTrack. For recording on a Mac, Duet works with Logic, Pro Tools, GarageBand, Ableton Live and any Mac Core Audio compliant application.

Duet for iPad and Mac – Highlights

  • First professional stereo audio interface for iPad
  • Direct digital connection to iPod touch, iPhone, iPad
  • Works with new iPhone 5, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 
(Apple’s Lighting to 30-pin adapter required – Sold separately)
  • Works with GarageBand, Auria, MultiTrack; Any Core Audio compatible app on iOS
  • Works with GarageBand, Logic, Pro Tools, Ableton; Any Core Audio compatible app on Mac
  • Low latency monitoring, complete input/output control with Apogee’s Maestro software (iOS & Mac)
  • MIDI input/output (USB-A type connector)
  • DC power supplies charge to iPod touch, iPhone or iPad
  • USB 2.0 audio with 24-bit/192kHz A/D and D/A conversion
  • 2 Analog inputs with world-class mic preamps and selectable 48v phantom power
  • 2 Balanced analog line outputs
  • 1 Independent 1/4” stereo headphone output
  • Legendary Apogee sound quality
  • Designed in California – Made in the U.S.A.

System Requirements
Mac OS:

  • Computer: Intel Mac 1.5GHz or faster
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM minimum, 4 GB recommended
  • OS: 10.6.8, 10.7.4 or greater
  • Connection and power: Any available USB port on a Mac
  • USB bus powered; DC power optional (DC power supply included)

iOS:

  • iOS version: 5.1 and later
  • Connection: 30-pin dock connector
  • DC Power supply included

iOS device compatibility (Lightning connector)

  • iPod touch* (5th generation)
  • iPhone 5*
  • iPad* (4th generation)
  • iPad mini*

* Requires Apple’s Lightning to 30-pin adapter. Sold separately.

iOS device compatibility (30-pin connector)

  • iPod touch (4th generation)
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 4
  • iPad (3rd generation)
  • iPad 2
  • iPad

Price: $595
Availability: February 2013

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Apogee discontinues Ensemble

January 14, 2013, Santa Monica, CA – Effective immediately, Apogee Electronics will discontinue the production of Ensemble, its multi-channel FireWire audio interface for Mac. Introduced in 2006, Ensemble broke new ground as the first all-in-one, digitally controlled professional audio interface designed exclusively for Mac. Ensemble won many awards in its time including the TEC award for “Best Digital Converter Technology.” More than six years later, Ensemble has continued to be one of the most popular multi-channel audio interfaces, inspiring a slew of imitations to follow in its footsteps.

 

Apogee recommends Quartet and Symphony I/O as the ideal alternatives for the Ensemble customer.

Apogee Releases the MiC Carrying Case

SANTA MONICA- December 12, 2012– Apogee Electronics, an industry leader in digital audio recording for more than 25 years, announces the MiC Carrying Case which is designed to precisely store and protect the MiC and its accessories.  Utilizing durable materials, this 7.25”x4.25”x2” case offers ultimate protection with a sleek and elegant design.  With this portable storage case, on-the-go musicians, voice-over artists, and podcasters always have access to their MiC no matter when or where inspiration strikes.

“We wanted to offer our consumers a customized storage option for the MiC,” says Apogee CEO and Co-Founder Betty Bennett.  “The MiC is very important in the daily lives of many of our consumers, and it’s critical that the device is protected well.  We carefully designed this case to offer MiC users peace of mind when traveling.”

A hard nylon exterior and a padded interior combine structure and safety for the MiC.  On one side, precision cutouts snugly protect the MiC, tripod stand, and MiC stand adapter.  This ensures that the delicate pieces will not rub or bump against each other in transit.  Additionally, the soft all-purpose protective foam will not leave behind any scratches on the metal.  The other side of the MiC carrying case is a mesh pocket perfect for storing cables or other small items.

The Apogee MiC, released in February 2012, is the first studio-quality microphone to make a direct digital connection to iPad, iPhone and Mac.  Roughly the size of an iPhone, MiC makes it easy to record any voice or acoustic instrument anytime, anywhere.  It features PureDIGITAL technology which provides a no-noise signal allowing the user to capture the true tone of the voice or instrument.  The MiC and carrying case are sold separately.

The MiC Carrying Case is available in black.  It retails for $19.95 at the Apogee Webstore

Apogee also offer the MiC Pro Accessory Kit which includes the Carrying Case, Microphone Stand Adapter, 3-meter Mac cable, and a 3-meter iPad/iPhone Cable.  It retails for $49.95.

Apogee Announces MiC/JAM Compatibility with iPhone 5, iPad Mini, iPad (4th Gen.) and iPod Touch (5th Gen.)

SANTA MONICA- November 29, 2012– Apogee Electronics, an industry leader in digital audio recording for more than 25 years, announces that the MiC and JAM are now compatible with the iPhone 5, iPad Mini, iPod Touch (5th Gen.), and iPad (4th Gen.) when used with Apple’s Lightning to 30-pin adapter.  The Lightning adapter provides the same high quality digital connection as when connected directly to the 30-pin dock port on previous iPhone and iPad models.

“The MiC and JAM have been an integral part of our lineup, and this compatibility expansion will be great news for existing fans of these products as well as new aspiring musicians,” says Apogee CEO and Co-Founder Betty Bennett.  “With the Lightning adapter, consumers can still expect the same high-quality sound and connection that we [Apogee] always strive for.”

Released February 2012, MiC is the first studio-quality microphone to make a direct digital connection to iPad, iPhone, and Mac.  About the size of an iPhone, MiC makes it easy to record any voice or acoustic instrument anywhere your creativity takes you. For recording electric instruments such as guitar or bass, JAM provides the same high quality connectivity as MiC to iOS devices and Mac.

MiC and JAM are both premium digital audio converters featuring Apogee’s PureDIGITAL technology. Apogee’s PureDIGITAL circuitry provides a no-noise signal, and lets you capture the true tone of your voice, acoustic instrument or electric guitar directly to your iOS device or Mac.

Apple’s Lightning to 30-pin adapter can be purchased via Apple online or in stores for $29.  You can also purchase the Lightning to 30-pin adapter with 0.2m cable for $39.

System Requirements for MiC and JAM:

iOS
Devices:

  • iPad
  • iPad 2
  • iPad (3rd gen.)
  • iPad (4th gen.)*
  • iPad Mini*
  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPhone 5*
  • iPod Touch (5th gen.)*

iOS version: 4.3 and later
Connection: Dock connector port (no batteries required)
Software: Made for GarageBand
* Requires Lightning to 30-pin adapter

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Mac OS:
Computer: Mac, with an Intel processor
Memory: 1 GB minimum of installed RAM, 2 GB recommended
Mac OS version: 10.6.4 or later
Connection: USB 2.0 Full Speed
Software: GarageBand, Logic Pro, MainStage, Pro Tools (v. 9 or higher) or any Core Audio compatible application

Apogee introduces Quartet; The ultimate desktop recording solution for Mac

Santa Monica, CA – September 4, 2012 – Apogee Electronics today unveiled Quartet, the ultimate desktop audio interface and control center for Mac. Featuring four inputs, eight outputs, MIDI, top panel display and control, Quartet sets a new standard in performance and connectivity for the modern studio.
With ample input and output connections, the signature single controller knob, QuickTouch pads, and Apogee’s conversion technology, Quartet delivers where it counts; sound, functionality and usability.
Quartet connects to any Mac via USB 2.0 high-speed for extremely low-latency and stellar performance. From MacBook Air to Mac Pro, Quartet easily connects at amazingly high-speeds no matter the machine or sample rate; 44.1-192kHz.

Quartet’s four combination inputs offer microphone, instrument and line input with an exceptional gain range of up to 75 dB, leaving plenty of headroom for demanding microphones and sound sources. For additional channels, Quartet’s eight digital inputs create the option of connecting an external interface, like the Apogee Ensemble.

Quartet’s six balanced outputs deliver options for the video producer to mix in surround, the live performer to send multiple mixes to monitors and front-of-house and the mixer to send a mix to outboard compressors and EQs. Using Apogee’s Maestro software, the outputs will also split into three stereo pairs for connecting three speaker sets for auditioning mixes across various types of studio monitors.
A first for an Apogee audio interface, Quartet includes a USB MIDI connection for connecting a keyboard, synth or DJ controller. This feature consolidates all gear connections away from the Mac, making Quartet the control center for any studio.

“We are excited to announce Quartet”, says Apogee CEO and Co-Founder Betty Bennett. “Quartet offers a highly requested I/O configuration, award-winning sound and sleek design, all at an affordable price. We have listened to our customers and have designed Quartet with their requests in mind. At Apogee, we are all about delivering the absolutely best in sound, design and functionality and believe Quartet is a winner on every front.”


Quartet Highlights:

  • Apogee AD/DA audio conversion and microphone preamps
  • 4 analog inputs
  • 8 digital inputs
  • 6 analog outputs
  • Stereo headphone output
  • USB MIDI connection
  • USB 2.0 high-speed connectivity
  • 24-bit/192kHz recording
  • Full color OLED displays
  • Configurable QuickTouch pads
  • Maestro 2 software
  • Soft Limit

 

Features & Specifications:

  • 4 Analog Inputs: Combination line (balanced +20dBu max), Mic/Instrument (+20dBu/+14dBu max)
  • 4 Microphone preamps with up to 75dB of gain
  • 8 Digital Inputs: ADAT/SMUX Input, 2 Toslink connectors, 44.1kHz to 96kHz
  • 8 Analog Outputs: 6 Balanced line outputs, +20 dBu maximum output level, 1 Independent 1/4” stereo headphone output
  • MIDI I/O (USB-A type connector)
  • Word clock output
  • USB 2.0 High-speed Mac audio interface
  • A/D and D/A conversion: 24 bit/192kHz
  • 2 top panel high resolution OLED displays
  • Controller knob
  • 6 touchpads for direct selection of inputs and outputs
  • 3 assignable touchpads to control:
    • Mute Outputs
    • Dim Outputs
    • Sum to Mono
    • Clear Meters
    • Engage Speaker Set (allows monitoring of up to 3 pairs of speakers)

 

Price: $1,395

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Apogee Announces 16×16 I/O Module for Symphony I/O

Today, Apogee announced the new 16×16 I/O Module for Symphony I/O, Apogee’s best sounding interface to date. The latest addition to the Symphony I/O module line-up features 16 analog inputs, 16 analog outputs as well as 2 channels of SPDIF. The new design is a break-through in converter design as it is now possible to pack 32 channels of premium Apogee conversion into one Symphony I/O (two module spaces per chassis), a feature not available in any other converter on the market.

 

INPUTS:
Analog IN: 16 balanced outputs, 2 DSUB 25-pin connectors
Coax IN: Supports SPDIF on 1 RCA connector
OUTPUTS:
Analog OUT: 16 balanced outputs, 2 DSUB 25-pin connectors
Coax OUT: Supports SPDIF on 1 RCA connector
Availability: 2nd quarter, 2012
Price: $3495

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Apogee Announces Thunderbolt Connectivity for Symphony I/O

Today, Apogee announced Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge, a 64 channel Thunderbolt card for it’s flagship audio interface Symphony I/O. With Symphony 64 |ThunderBridge, connect Symphony I/O to any Thunderbolt™ equipped Mac for true Thunderbolt compatibility and performance. Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge will also connect X-Symphony equipped AD-16X, DA-16X, Rosetta 800 and Rosetta 200 converters to Thunderbolt Macs.

 

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