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Apogee Electronics announces Symphony 64

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by audiokid, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff

    Mar 20, 2000
    BC, Canada
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    Apogee Electronics announces Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge - 64 channel Thunderbolt™ interface for Symphony I/O, Rosetta Series, and X-Series converters shipping February 2013

    Apogee Electronics is pleased to announce Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge, a 64 channel interface for connecting Apogee converters to any Thunderbolt™ equipped Mac computer, will be shipping and available February 2013. For the first time, the award winning sound quality of Symphony I/O can be paired with the blistering speed and bandwidth of Intel’s ThunderBolt technology for unparalleled studio power.
    Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge connects Apogee’s flagship audio interface, Symphony I/O, to any Thunderbolt™ equipped Mac for true Thunderbolt compatibility and performance. Capable of up to 64 channels of input and output at sample rates up to 192kHz, Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge delivers impressive channel counts at unprecedented speeds for a latency and hassle free recording experience. Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge will also connect Apogee’s X-Symphony equipped AD-16X, DA-16X and Rosetta Series converters to Thunderbolt Macs for legacy compatibility. Existing users of these devices will simply need to update to the most current software/firmware available on Apogee’s website before connecting to ThunderBridge.
    Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge Highlights

    • Connects up to 64 channels of Apogee I/O to any Thunderbolt™- equipped Mac
    • 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
    System Requirements

    • Audio Interfaces: Apogee Symphony I/O X-Symphony-equipped Rosetta Series or X Series interface
    • Computer: Thunderbolt-enabled Mac computer, including MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and iMac
    • Thunderbolt™ cables
    • Mac OS: 10.7 or later
    • Power: DC Power supply included
    Price: $995
    Availability: February 2013

    Website: Multi-channel Audio Interface, AD/DA Converter, Microphone Preamp > Apogee Symphony I/O > Apogee Electronics
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    See Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge along with other Apogee recording products at the 2013 NAMM show, booth #6500.
    2013 NAMM Show
    January 24-27, 2013
    Anaheim Convention Center
    Hall A - Booth #6500
  2. kmetal

    kmetal Kyle P. Gushue Distinguished Member

    Jul 21, 2009
    Boston, Massachusetts
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    it's pretty cool that they took the time to come up w/ a solution for their older products, unlike some other company i can think of. it's nice to know that if you spend the fairly hefty amount of cash on apogee, that you'll be able to enjoy unsing it while technology around it moves forward. as opposed to 'instant obsolescence'

    Has anyone used/demo'd thunderbolt audio devices yet? j/w what your initial reactions are.?
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