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Apogee Symphony I/O MKII 8x8 Analog I/O SoundGrid Chassis with 8 Mic Pres (Dual Slot)

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Apogee Symphony I/O MKII 8x8 Analog I/O SoundGrid Chassis with 8 Mic Pres (Dual Slot)

With a simple ethernet connection, Symphony I/O Mk II’s industry-leading sound quality can be easily connected to your computer, shared between multiple rooms, multiple computers and supercharged with almost infinite real-time DSP power via Waves SoundGrid servers. Symphony I/O Mk II SoundGrid integrates seamlessly with all DAWs, providing endless possibilities for setups of every size for studio, live and post production workflows.

  • Connect Symphony I/O Mk II via Ethernet cable to computer(s) and/or SoundGrid compatible devices
  • Sync audio between multiple computers, DAWs & rooms (Mac or PC)
  • Near-zero latency recording with any SoundGrid compatible plugins*
  • Mix with near unlimited plugin power*
  • Up to 32 channels of modular analog I/O with optional 8 mic preamps per Symphony
  • Best per-channel value of any interface in its category
  • Setup and advanced control with Waves SoundGrid Studio application
  • Available as free download from Waves
  • Ideal for studio facilities, live sound, broadcast and post-production
  • Designed in California, Built in the U.S.A.

*Requires Waves SoundGrid server

Inputs

  • Analog IN: 8 balanced inputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
  • *AES-EBU IN: 8 inputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
    • (192k single wide compatible)
  • *Optical IN: Supports ADAT, SMUX & S/PDIF
    • ADAT: 8 channels 44.1-48 kHz
    • SMUX: 8 channels 88.2-96 kHz
    • S/PDIF: 2 channels, up to 96 kHz
  • Coax IN: 2 channels of S/PDIF, up to 192 kHz

Outputs

  • Analog OUT: 8 balanced outputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
  • *AES-EBU OUT: 8 outputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
    • (192k single wide compatible)
  • *Optical OUT: Supports ADAT, SMUX & S/PDIF
    • ADAT: 8 channels 44.1-48 kHz
    • SMUX: 8 channels 88.2-96 kHz
    • S/PDIF: 2 channels, up to 96 kHz
  • Coax OUT: 2 channels of S/PDIF, up to 192 kHz

*Dig I/O hardware switch selects AES or Optical digital I/O format

Connection:

  • Ethernet

Performance:

  • 44.1kHz – 96kHz

Computer:

  • Mac or PC

Control:

  • Waves SoundGrid Studio Application (Free download from Waves) or Front panel touchscreen

Compatible Software:

  • See Waves website for details

What's Included

  • Apogee Symphony I/O MKII SoundGrid Chassis
  • Apogee Symphony I/O MKII 8-Channel Analog I/O Module
  • Apogee Symphony I/O 8-Channel Mic Preamp Module
  • IEC Power Cable

Warranty Period

1 Year

Authorized Reseller

Pixel Pro Audio is an authorized Apogee dealer.





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