Apogee A8x8 Analog I/O Module for Symphony  

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Expand your Symphony with Analog and Digital I/O

The Apogee Symphony is one of the best sounding audio interfaces out there, and adding extra I/O channels is always a wise move. The 8x8 I/O module adds 8 balanced analog inputs and outputs featuring renowned Apogee AD/DA converters plus 8 channels of digital I/O on AES/EBU or optical connections so you can fully orchestrate your Symphony.

Features

  • Superior sound from Apogee AD/DA converters and 25 years of experience
  • Analog and Digital I/O on a single card for maximum versatility

Maximize your I/O. Order yours today.

 

A8x8 Analog I/O Module for Symphony Specifications:

  • INPUTS
  • Analog Inputs
  • 8 balanced inputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
  • Connect microphones via external mic preamps
  • Connect guitars via DI boxes or external mic preamps
  • Connect keyboards directly to Symphony I/O
  • Digital Inputs
  • *AES-EBU IN: 8 inputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
  • *Optical IN: Supports ADAT, SMUX & S/PDIF
  • ADAT: 8 channels 44.1-48 kHz on 1 Toslink connector
  • SMUX: 8 channels 88.2-96 kHz on 2 Toslink connectors
  • S/PDIF: 2 channels, up to 96 kHz on 1 Toslink connector
  • Coax IN: 2 channels of S/PDIF, up to 192 kHz on 1 RCA connector
  • *Dig I/O hardware switch selects AES or Optical digital I/O format
  • OUTPUTS
  • Analog Outputs
  • 8 balanced outputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
  • Digital Outputs
  • *AES-EBU OUT: 8 outputs on 1 DSUB 25-pin connector
  • *Optical OUT: Supports ADAT, SMUX & S/PDIF
  • ADAT: 8 channels 44.1-48 kHz on 1 Toslink connector
  • SMUX: 8 channels 88.2-96 kHz on 2 Toslink connectors
  • S/PDIF: 2 channels, up to 96 kHz on 1 Toslink connector
  • Coax OUT: 2 channels of S/PDIF, up to 192 kHz on 1 RCA connector
  • *Dig I/O hardware switch selects AES or Optical digital I/O format
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