Apogee Symphony I/O
Apogee Symphony I/O

Symphony I/O, Thunderbolt audio interface from Apogee in the Symphony series.

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moosers 03/18/2011

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The Apogee Electronics Symphony I/O is an audio interface that can be mixed and matched a bit to fit your needs. It's first sold as the base module, but it's fully expandable and you'll need to add at least one set of I/O's as you can add up to 32 inputs and outputs, which is really cool. In the back it's got slots for two cards, a USB port, optical connections, word clock connections, and an Ethernet port. It's really all about how you want to customize this, which is really a beautiful thing. Of course it's also got the top tier converters in the mix here that has made Apogee famous.


Once everything is set up and good to go and you've expanded your Apogee Electronics Symphony I/O, it's not at all going to be hard to use. The front panel has 16 meters that can be programmed, as well as two 1/4" headphones jacks and a volume knob. It sits nicely upon your desk, but isn't rack mountable.


The sound of the Apogee Electronics Symphony I/O is going to give you about as clear of a picture as you can get. Between the converters in here and whatever I/O set up you decide to go with, you should be all set to give yourself a truly accurate listening and recording environment. The best part about it all is the expandability as it gives you the best of all possible worlds. No one at all is going to be down about the sound of this, as it doesn't get much better when it comes to audio interfaces with it's converters.


The Apogee Electronics Symphony I/O is a ground breaking audio interface in that it gives the user the full compliment of options in expanding it. You can use it in any capacity you like of course depending on how you configure it, but of course that's the beauty in it. I'd check out Symphony I/O for high end home studio owners looking for flexibility in an audio interface without sacrificing quality.