Apogee has shipped its new Symphony I/O Mk II, an update of its flagship, modular, multi-channel audio interface with an Audinate Dante option card that includes Pro Tools | HD connectivity.
The Symphony I/O Mk II Dante option card uses Audinate’s Dante Brooklyn II module which features plug and play media networking for up to 32 bidirectional channels at 96kHz and 16 bidirectional channels up to 192k. With the included Pro Tools | HD peripheral port, users can route audio between a Pro Tools session, the Dante network and Symphony I/O modules.
The multi-channel audio interface itself features Apogee’s flagship AD/DA conversion, modular, configurable I/O (up to 32 inputs and outputs), touchscreen display and optional microphone preamps. With the Symphony I/O Mk II Dante option card and an ethernet cable, Symphony I/O Mk II can be connected and shared across post production, broadcast, live sound or recording studio networks.
With the Pro Tools HD Peripheral Port, users can get up to 32 bidirectional channels up to 192 kHz, routing Symphony I/O module inputs or Dante Rx to Pro Tools inputs by blocks of 8 channels. Pro Tools HD outputs are routed to Dante Tx and I/O module outputs
● Symphony I/O Mk II 2×6 Dante + PTHD
● Symphony I/O Mk II 8×8 Dante + PTHD
● Symphony I/O Mk II 16×16 Dante PTHD
● Symphony I/O Mk II 8×8+8 Mic Pre Dante + PTHD
● Symphony I/O Mk II 16×16+8 Mic Pre Dante + PTHD
● Symphony I/O Mk II 24×24 Dante + PTHD
● Symphony I/O Mk II 32×32 Dante + PTHD