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Apogee - Symphony I/O MKII Features & Updates

Multi-unit Support

Connect up to 2 Symphony I/O Mk II Thunderbolt chassis to  your Mac for up to 64 Inputs and Outputs.

Symphony Control Software

Symphony Control software replaces Maestro 2 and features a modern, streamlined interface that offers extensive flexibility and customization that can adapt to your creativity. Symphony Control software is compatible with Thunderbolt units only

Standalone mode

Symphony I/O Mk II setup screen for Standalone mode. Standalone Routing lets you setup and use Symphony I/O Mk II without a computer. From the front panel touch screen you can set up Symphony I/O Mk II for use in these situations and more:

Hi-Fi Systems

Connect Symphony I/O MkII to a Blu/Ray, CD Player or Power Amp for high end speakers. Symphony I/O Mk II is also an ideal high-end headphone amp.

Windows Workstations

May use a third party ADAT or AES PCI interfacing card to use Symphony I/O MkII converters on a Windows Machine.

Standalone Converter

Standalone AD/DA converters can be used alongside other digital gear: To expand other interfaces, to connect to live or studio digital consoles, to connect to broadcast equipment. With Standalone mode you can also bypass the converters of your existing gear.

Apogee Control hardware remote

Apogee Control is a hardware remote for Symphony Control software and gives you instant access to input and output levels using the large Symphony-inspired Control knob and 3 control knob focus buttons, plus direct access to a wide range of software functions using the 8 user-configurable hardware buttons. Apogee Control hardware remote is compatible with Thunderbolt units only

 

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