Multi-channel, modular AD/DA and thunderbolt audio interface using Apogee’s latest AD/DA conversion and intuitive touchscreen display. Trade in offer
The Apogee Symphony MkII Trade in lets you upgrade your Apogee Symphony I/O Mk1 to the Symphony I/O MkII
To get your Apogee Symphony MkII Trade in simply purchase this product and return your Symphony Mk1 to us.
You must return your Symphony Mk1 chassis to be eligible.
The Apogee Symphony mkII is a major upgrade to an already stunning AD/DA converter. With a choice of Thunderbolt, Digilink, Dante or SoundGrid (you must choose which option to get at the point of purchase), you can now integrate your Symphony I/O to any studio easily, and benefit from improved AD/DA conversion at super low latency.
The Symphony I/O MkII also boasts a stunning front panel touch screen display that gives you instant access to most of the features you need and an improved cooling system which makes it work much more silently than its predecessor.
Finally most of the modules available in the Symphony Mk1 are also compatible with the Symphony MkII so upgrading your system will feel just at home as if you didn’t upgrade… except for the new and improved sound quality.
Attention: The Symphony Analogue In 16 and Analogue Out 16 modules are NOT compatible with the Symphony MkII. If you are unsure, please contact us before purchasing this unit.
The Symphony MkII is also compatible with the new Symphony Control Software and Apogee Control hardware remote for improved workflow
Apogee Symphony I/O MkII Trade in Main Features:
Upgrade your chassis to the latest Symphony MkII Generation
Improved Soundstage thanks to updated AD/DA converter
Choose between Thunderbolt, Digilink, Dante and SoundGrid
Simply change the chassis, keep your modules
New front panel touch screen for instant access to most features
Front panel touch screen display
2 Thunderbolt ports in the chassis (Thunderbolt model only)
Option card slot for Pro Tools HD, Dante and SoundGrid compatibility
Better cooling performance
Compatible with all-new Symphony Control Software
Compatible with Apogee Control hardware remote
Compatible with original Symphony I/O modules (with the exception of AI16 and AO16)