Symphony I/O to Replace X Series & Rosetta
Apogee Electronics announced the end of production for its X-Series and Rosetta 800 converters, to be replaced by the new Symphony I/O interface.
While production will continue on Rosetta 200 and all X-cards, the torch will be passed to Apogee’s new interface, Symphony I/O, as the historic X-series and Rosetta 800 converters step down from their place in Apogee’s 25-year history.
Customer support service for the X-Series and Rosetta 800 converters will continue as usual.
Current owners of these product converters can feel free to contact technical support at email@example.com, or contact sales for information on upgrading to Symphony I/O at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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