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Apogee Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge - 2 Ports
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Apogee Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge - 2 Ports

Analog/Digital Converter from Apogee belonging to the Symphony series.

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Apogee announces Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge, 64 channel interface with 2 Thunderbolt ports for Symphony I/O, Rosetta and X-Series.

Apogee introduced last year a one-port version of the Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge interface. Symphony I/O, Rosetta Series, and X-Series converters with Mac OS X user will benefit in february 2103 from a new version equipped with 2 Thunderbolt ports.

Specifications :

  • Connects up to 64 channels of Apogee I/O to any Thunderbolt- equipped Mac (MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iMac)
  • 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

Price : $995

More details soon on www.apogeedigital.com.

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