The Symphony I/O Mk II comes with direct connectivity to one of three different platforms - Thunderbolt, Pro Tools® HD or Waves SoundGrid® network. 2x6 I/O via Thunderbolt.
outboard gear or any line level signal with the absolute best conversion. The output section features six line level outputs via DB-25 for multiple monitor pairs, or even 5.1 surround mixing.
2x6 SE takes advantage of the latest advancements in digital audio technology offering line level inputs with 124 dB (A) of dynamic range, THD+N of -116dB and line level outputs with 131dB (A) dynamic range and an
astonishingly low THD+N of -118dB. The D/A stage incorporates the latest DAC technology, carefully optimized to offer mastering engineers the ultimate transparency to make critical adjustments with confidence. Whether you're working with analog outboard gear or digitally in a DAW, the 2x6 SE retains every bit of warmth, punch and image in your recordings and signal processing chain.
Symphony I/O Mk II Thunderbolt is the most powerful multi-channel audio interface for Thunderbolt-based Mac workstations. Designed for professional studio running Logic Pro X or any other native based DAW, this modular system offers your choice of 4 different base I/O configurations with the option to expand up to 32x32 simultaneous channels per unit while still maintaining incredibly low latency.
Symphony I/O MkII Thunderbolt features Symphony Control, a highly customizable software user interface along with innovative new features like Talkback functionality, the simplified "Essentials" control window and an streamline low latency mixer with FX Send. Symphony Control also offers compatibility with the new Apogee Control Hardware Remote.
Highest Quality Apogee AD/DA converter
A/D = 124dB (A) dynamic range, -116dB THD+N
D/A = 131dB (A) dynamic range, -118dB THD+N
2 analog line-level inputs via XLR
6 analog line-level outputs via DB-25
Fully trimmable analog input and output
2 channels of AES/EBU I/O via XLR
Optical I/O - supports ADAT, SMUX, and S/PDIF:
ADAT - eight channels; 44.1kHz-48kHz on one TOSlink connector
SMUX - four channels; 88.2kHz-96kHz on one TOSlink connector
S/PDIF - two channels; up to 96kHz on one TOSlink connector
S/PDIF Coaxial I/O - 2 channels; up to 192kHz via RCA connector
Thunderbolt 2 connection to Mac
Analog to Digital
THD+N: -114dB @ 22dBu (0.00020%)Dynamic range: 122dB A weightedMaximum input levels: +4dB setting: +24dBu, -10dB setting: +6dBVFrequency response at 44.1kHz: 1-20,000 Hz (+/- 0.05dB)Input impedance: 10K
Digital to Analog
THD+N: -117dB @ 21dBu (0.00014%)Dynamic Range: 129dB A weightedMax output levels - to +24dBuFrequency response at 44.1 kHz: dc to 20kHz (+/- 0.05dB)Output impedance: 25 OhmOutputs are balanced through Apogee's proprietary Perfect Symmetry Circuitry (PSC)
1 stereo 1/4 headphone output on front panelTHD+N: -110dB @19dBu into 600 Ohm (=80mW), -101dB @14dBu into 32 Ohm (=470mW)Dynamic Range: 121db A weightedOutput: Apogee's proprietary Constant Current Drive provides smooth frequency response with any headphones
90-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 150W
Thunderbolt: Mac OS only 10.9.5 and aboveHD: Any Mac or PC running Pro Tools HD 9 or greater
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Symphony I/O Mk II Dimensions
Inches: 17.75 (19 with Rack Ears) x 11.5 x 3.5Centimeters: 45 (48.26 with Rack Ears) x 29.2 x 8.9