Apogee Orakelt

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In genau sechs Tagen wir der neue Standard der Aufnahmetechnik erscheinen. Leute, stellt schon mal das Bier kalt und Eure alten Wandler bei Ebay rein :-)

Bis dann
Arne

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8 Antworten auf “Apogee Orakelt”


  1. 1 erik 20. Juli 2010 um 18:48 Uhr

    ja ja
    ADA 8000 rulezzz!

  2. 2 Mark 21. Juli 2010 um 14:44 Uhr

    Sieht lecker aus auf jedenfall!

  3. 3 Jan 21. Juli 2010 um 20:31 Uhr

    Echt, den ADA8000 find ich immer noch am geilsten. Keine übliche 1HE Pest ohne richtige Meter…

  4. 4 DasArne 21. Juli 2010 um 21:28 Uhr

    achtung:

    Erik meint sicher seinen Behringer ADA8000
    Jan redet vom Apogee AD8000

    Beide Teile haben ihre Vorzüge…

  5. 5 Jan 22. Juli 2010 um 23:11 Uhr

    Ja, Arne. Der Vorteil des Behringer ist, dass am 7905 gute 15V am Input anliegen und die Dinger irgendwann abbrennen…
    „Bad engineering“ – aber hey: „It’s not a bug – it’s a feature“
    :-)

    Klar red ich vom Apogee. Tss…

    Ne Mod-Idee für den Behringer? Ich dachte an nen Vorwiederstand vor der Primärwicklung…

  6. 6 Jan 22. Juli 2010 um 23:15 Uhr

    Äh, 7805 mein ich. Oder war’s n 7812 mit VIEL ZUVIEL Input? Kann auch sein.

  7. 7 stellan0r 24. Juli 2010 um 18:23 Uhr

    aus der sneak mail:

    Introducing Symphony I/O

    The New Standard in Recording Technology

    We are very excited to give you a sneak preview of this amazing new product. Symphony I/O is the culmination of 25 years of Apogee design excellence and is the best sounding most advanced multi-channel audio interface Apogee has ever made.

    Symphony I/O at a glance:

    Next generation sound quality

    Totally updated and optimized circuit design takes Apogee sound quality to the next level.

    Easily switch between Logic and Pro Tools HD

    With a simple front panel adjustment and the switch of a cable you can easily move between the two most popular and powerful workstations available.


    USB connectivity

    Easily connect Symphony I/O to any Intel based Mac via high-speed USB 2.0 and work in your favorite Core Audio based application, no drivers necessary.

    Total I/O Flexibility

    Symphony I/O has two slots for 5 different I/O Modules allowing you to configure the system that works best for your needs. I/O Modules include, 8 Analog I/O with Optical and an 8 channel Mic Preamp Module. See the website on Monday July 26th for the complete list and all possible configurations.

    StandAlone mode for Pro Tools LE users

    Working with Pro Tools LE? Simply set Symphony I/O’s Audio Interface Mode to “StandAlone” and connect directly to your Pro Tools LE interface for incredible Apogee sound quality.


    Future proof connectivity

    Along with PCI for Symphony, Pro Tools HD and USB 2.0, Symphony I/O features Ethernet connectivity to take advantage of emerging digital connectivity formats.

    Symphony I/O Overview:

    Best sounding Apogee interface ever with updated and optimized circuitry
    Audio Interface Mode (AIM): Easily configure Symphony I/O for these modes:
    Symphony (connect to Symphony PCIe card or Symphony Mobile Express/34 card for ultra low latency use with Logic or any Core Audio application)
    Pro Tools HD (connect directly to Pro Tools PCIe card)
    USB (connect to high-speed USB 2.0 port)
    StandAlone (I/O inputs routed directly to I/O outputs)
    Total I/O flexibility and scalability with 5 available Modules including an 8 Analog I/O with Optical and 8 channel Mic preamp module
    Up to 32 channels of simultaneous analog and digital I/O per unit
    Future-proof modular architecture
    PCI, USB and Ethernet connectivity for emerging formats
    Best cost per channel value of any high-end audio interface available

    Availability:

    Shipping August 2010:

    Features will roll out in 5 monthly releases from August 2010 to December 2010
    See website on Monday July 26th for Feature Release Schedule

  8. 8 DasArne 27. Juli 2010 um 22:16 Uhr

    wow, sieht aus wie die berühmte eierlegende Wollmilchsau..

    ein Glück bin ich im Urlaub…

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