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Apogee Introduces ONE

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News Apogee ONE

USB audio interface from Apogee belonging to the One series

ONE is described as a single input, stereo output USB music interface designed to work seamlessly with Apples iTunes, GarageBand, Logic, Final Cut or any Core Audio compliant application on a Mac.

Unlike any product in its category, ONE features an internal reference condenser microphone, ideal for capturing inspired musical moments, according to Apogee. ONE also includes a microphone preamp, an instrument input for guitar, bass, and keyboards, and a studio-quality stereo output for headphones or powered monitors.

Features and Specifications:

  • Single channel input using one of the following three options:
o Internal condenser microphone
o Balanced XLR microphone preamp input with +10 to 63 dB of gain
o Unbalanced 1/4” high impedance instrument input with 0 to 45 dB of gain
  • Software selectable 48V phantom power
  • Line-level, 1/8” stereo output for headphones or unbalanced powered monitors
  • A/D and D/A conversion @ 44.1/48kHz, 24-bit
  • Multi-function encoder knob for input gain control and output level control
  • 4 encoder function LED indicators (internal microphone, microphone input, instrument input and output)
  • 3 segment LED input and output metering
  • Apogee’s Maestro software for advanced control and low latency mixing
  • Compatible with any Core Audio compliant audio application

Optional Accessories:


  • * Custom mic mount
  • Custom carrying case
  • 3 meter USB cable

System Requirements:

  • Computer: Mac, with an Intel or PowerPC G5 processor
  • Memory: 1 GB minimum of installed RAM, 2 GB recommended
  • OS: 10.5.7 or greater
  • Connection and power: USB, powered by any available USB port on the computer

Pricing & Availability
Availability: Late July 2009. MSRP: $249.

For more information, visit: www.apogeedigital.com/one
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