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Analog/Digital Converter from Apogee belonging to the Rosetta series

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  • miracle_damienmiracle_damien

    Apogee Rosetta 200Published on 12/25/04 at 07:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    http://www.apogeedigital.com/

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Top Notch
  • MacbasseMacbasse

    Apogee Rosetta 200Published on 03/21/07 at 15:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very high quality converter ...

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Ideal coupled a prampli lamps ...
  • angelstyleangelstyle

    Apogee Rosetta 200Published on 03/04/10 at 00:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    2 high-quality conversion channel 24-bit A / DD / A
    Dchantillonnage frequencies up to 192kHz with Apogee Intelliclock
    2 channels dentres / AES outputs, S / PDIF (coaxial and optical) and ADAT / SMUX

    Among MIDI I / O

    Optional expansion card for direct connection to Pro Tools HD & MIX (XHD cards
    X-DIGI-MIX)

    Soft Limit function for maximum levels without overtaking numriques CODA: the normalizer Aptomizer levels of frequencies dchantillonnage Apogee conversion and UV22HR for optimal rduction length words

    Numriques:
    Complte visualization channel

    Among:
    1-2 analogue inputs: XLR connectors symtriques
    Among AES x2, symtriques Transformer, XLR connectors
    Between S / PDI…
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    2 high-quality conversion channel 24-bit A / DD / A
    Dchantillonnage frequencies up to 192kHz with Apogee Intelliclock
    2 channels dentres / AES outputs, S / PDIF (coaxial and optical) and ADAT / SMUX

    Among MIDI I / O

    Optional expansion card for direct connection to Pro Tools HD & MIX (XHD cards
    X-DIGI-MIX)

    Soft Limit function for maximum levels without overtaking numriques CODA: the normalizer Aptomizer levels of frequencies dchantillonnage Apogee conversion and UV22HR for optimal rduction length words

    Numriques:
    Complte visualization channel

    Among:
    1-2 analogue inputs: XLR connectors symtriques
    Among AES x2, symtriques Transformer, XLR connectors
    Between S / PDIF Toslink
    Word Clock: BNC 75 ohm

    Outputs:
    Analog outputs 1-2: Symtriques XLR
    AES outputs: x2, symtriques Transformer, XLR connector
    S / PDIF coaxial and Toslink
    Outputs ADAT / SMUX: Toslink
    Word Clock Output: BNC 75 ohm

    Specifications:
    Frequencies dchantillonnage: 44.1-48k, 88.2-96k, 176.4-192k (+/- 10%)
    Bandwidth: 10Hz-20kHz (+/- 0.2 dB) 44.1
    Maximum analog levels: + 6dBV, + 20dBu, + 24dBu max. (Slectionnable by internal jumper)
    Dynamic Range: 114dB A pondr (AN + DN)
    THD + N: -105dB (AD) -103 dB (NA)
    Power: 90-250 VAC, 50-60Hz, 45Watt

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    A test of emergency if someone does not know this brand and this card !!!
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  • jean06300jean06300

    Apogee Rosetta 200Published on 04/01/09 at 03:27
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    I fell by chance on Comment prcdent

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have a Rosetta 200 to the mix for 1 year .But I do not cry if the boiler is too good .There has its Apogee, sure, I Adi encountered in many pros studios , France and the US .Then add one thing, to make the best possible sound, how do we triturations and falsifications, EQ, Compressor, Reverb etc .. !! Would we all Apogee dishonest?
    I do not ask myself. If I had to buy it back? since I uitilisais before that n'taient not mine.
  • ced wolffced wolff

    Professional conversion

    Apogee Rosetta 200Published on 03/03/11 at 04:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A / D and D / A 2 canaux.J 've option which works until 96Khz.Entrée firewire and analog XLR outputs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1.5 years (that's a real converter). I tested a few models before proceeding to the apogee (Rme 96 32 digit, Motu HD 192, tascam fw1884, ad 8000). Very big difference conversion. +6 dB difference in output compared to high-end frequencies in Motu.La refund is incredibly précise.Et the stereo image is hallucinante.C is very expensive for 2 channel but it's very high quality . I could hear the aurora lynx (very good too) but unfortunately I could never comparer.Je did not intend to part with it ...
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    A / D and D / A 2 canaux.J 've option which works until 96Khz.Entrée firewire and analog XLR outputs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1.5 years (that's a real converter). I tested a few models before proceeding to the apogee (Rme 96 32 digit, Motu HD 192, tascam fw1884, ad 8000). Very big difference conversion. +6 dB difference in output compared to high-end frequencies in Motu.La refund is incredibly précise.Et the stereo image is hallucinante.C is very expensive for 2 channel but it's very high quality . I could hear the aurora lynx (very good too) but unfortunately I could never comparer.Je did not intend to part with it ...
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  • rrolandrroland

    Converter valid

    Apogee Rosetta 200Published on 03/02/11 at 23:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Two channels in both directions.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for years. Good converter, but colorful. For me, the Apogee products are good but too expensive. RME is also good (but less colorful) for much cheaper. I sold mine.
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