Apogee Electronics is pleased to announce a Dante Network option card for its flagship audio interface Symphony I/O Mk II. The addition of Dante expands Symphony’s connectivity options which currently include, Thunderbolt, Pro Tools HD and SoundGrid. The Symphony I/O Mk II Dante option card uses Audinate’s Dante Brooklyn II module which features plug and play media networking for up to 64 bidirectional channels at 48kHz.
“Dante’s powerful solution allows Symphony I/O MK II customers to network Apogee’s legendary sound quality in a wide range of audio workflows including live sound, sound stages and networked recording studios,” commented Betty Bennett, Co-Founder and CEO of Apogee. “Dante compatibility is the latest result of our commitment to the growth and evolution of the Symphony I/O Mk II system.”
- Ultimate Sound Quality – Featuring Apogee’s Flagship AD/DA conversion and mic preamps (optional)
- I/O Flexibility – Up to 32 channels of analog inputs and outputs per unit with optional 8 mic preamps
- The most interoperable networking technology: Works seamlessly with any other Dante-powered device
- Up to 64 bidirectional channels at 48kHz
Availability: Q1 2017
Founded in 1985, Apogee Electronics designs and manufactures award-winning audio recording solutions that are easy to use and sound amazing. The first Apogee products such as their UV22 technology were important factors in the acceptance and acceleration of early digital recording and Apogee was the first company to bring professional digital audio recording quality to Pro Tools HD, Mac Laptops and Apple’s iOS devices. Today, Apogee products like Symphony I/O, Ensemble, Quartet, Duet, ONE, JAM and MiC have been instrumental in creating countless GRAMMY® and OSCAR® winning recordings by the world’s most successful music artists. For more information, please visit http://www.apogeedigital.com.