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USB audio interface de la marque Apogee

Public price: $1,295 incl. VAT
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Apogee Electronics announces that Quartet, a desktop audio interface and control center for Mac, is now shipping.

Quartet features four inputs, eight outputs, MIDI, top panel display and control.

 

 

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 Quartet features various input and output connections, a single controller knob, QuickTouch pads, and  Apogee’s conversion technology. Quartet connects to a Mac via USB 2.0.

 

Quartet Highlights:

  • Apogee AD/DA audio conversion and microphone preamps
  • 4 analog inputs
  • 8 digital inputs
  • 6 analog outputs
  • Stereo headphone output
  • USB MIDI connection
  • USB 2.0 high-speed connectivity
  • 24-bit/192kHz recording
  • Full color OLED displays
  • Configurable QuickTouch pads
  • Maestro 2 software
  • Soft Limit

Features & Specifications:

  • 4 Analog Inputs: Combination line (balanced +20dBu max), Mic/Instrument (+20dBu/+14dBu max)
  • 4 Microphone preamps with up to 75dB of gain
  • 8 Digital Inputs: ADAT/SMUX Input, 2 Toslink connectors, 44.1kHz to 96kHz
  • 8 Analog Outputs: 6 Balanced line outputs, +20 dBu maximum output level, 1 Independent 1/4” stereo headphone output
  • MIDI I/O (USB-A type connector)
  • Word clock output
  • USB 2.0 High-speed Mac audio interface
  • A/D and D/A conversion: 24 bit/192kHz
  • 2 top panel high resolution OLED displays
  • Controller knob
  • 6 touchpads for direct selection of inputs and outputs
  • 3 assignable touchpads to control:
  • Mute Outputs
  • Dim Outputs 
  • Sum to Mono
  • Clear Meters
  • Engage Speaker Set (allows monitoring of up to 3 pairs of speakers

 

Pricing & Availability:

The Quartet retails for $1,295. 

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