Men’s Journal – Apogee ONE Review

“Paired with some great headphones, the ONE makes a difference. We heard details in the rumbling bass line of St. Vincent’s “Digital Witness” that got lost on the CD tracks. Its DAC improves MP3 files and streamed music, too. Listening to the War on Drugs’ “Under the Pressure” on Spotify, we heard deeper bass and sharper cymbals compared to listening through the headphone jack of the iPhone 5S.”

Radioworld – Apogee MiC 96k Review

“Here’s the quick read: If you are in radio and you have a Mac computer, iPad or iPhone, get one of these now.”

Technology Tell – Apogee MiC 96k Review

“If you’re looking to upgrade your podcasting mic and/or want the ability to record on the go with an iOS device, the Apogee MiC is a great investment.”

Audiofanzine – Apogee MiC Review

“Apogee’s MiC has a nice look and a good manufacturing quality. It’s self-powered, plug ‘n’ play, small and easily transportable… Almost perfect!”

Tape Op – Apogee Quartet Review

“Evaluating Quartet’s superior sound has spoiled me for my other gear, and it now sits at the very top of my wish list.”

Pro Audio Review – Pro Grade USB I/O

“For a remote recording rig, combined with an iPad, (Quartet) is a stellar and very compact option. This is the first USB all-in-one rig that I’ve encountered where I truly felt like I could make a record and not feel like apologizing for any audio compromises. It’s that good.”

The Next Web – Truly pro audio comes to your Mac AND iOS devices

“In short, the Duet truly is a professional level audio interface. But it’s more than that; it’s somewhat future-proofing yourself. If we’re truly entering the post-PC era, then it’s time that we take our mobile devices seriously as equipment that is completely capable of (and in many cases preferred) producing incredible results that we’ve previously only seen in desktop machines. The Duet makes this possible, and right now it’s the only machine on the market of its caliber.”

Geakbeat TV Editor’s Choice – Apogee ONE

“Overall, if you want to record on the go and only want to bring a small amount of equipment, you would be hard pressed to find a more portable setup than the ONE and an iPhone or iPad.”

Mix Magazine – Quartet Product Review

“The preamps and converters in the Quartet don’t sound like a cheap circuit with the Apogee name; they have that Apogee sound. Rather than just being honest and transparent, it would be fairer to say that nothing is lost, but they do seem to add a little sparkle to the top end. When capturing the subtleties of the creaks and finger drags and the little details that make an acoustic performance feel real, the preamps of the Quartet and the One leave nothing to be desired. The same could be said about the way they record vocals. With all the breath and humanity that they preserve, the recorded performance is really true to itself…In general, the Quartet is a rock-solid music creation station. It’s serious, professional, looks fantastic and sounds even better. The features are just right, no frivolity. The iOS bonus just made it that much better.”

AppleTell – Apogee Quartet Review

“There are a lot of details that help make the Quartet such an amazing device. It’s packed with cutting edge technology all designed with the purest audio in mind…All of this adds up to one thing: uncompromising audio quality. The difference between a device like this and other iOS audio converters is almost laughable.”