Apogee Duet is an award-winning audio interface, headphone amp and MIDI interface making it easy to create professional recordings anywhere on your iPod touch, iPhone, iPad or Mac. With Apogee’s legendary digital audio conversion and world-class mic preamps, Duet is the best way to capture your music with incredible dimension and detail. Apogee Duet sets the industry standard for portable professional audio recording on Mac and iPad. Made for the musician, producer and engineer that wants the ultimate sound quality and elegant simplicity, Duet features legendary Apogee AD/DA conversion, 2 world-class microphone preamps, USB MIDI I/O and ESS Sabre32 DAC technology. The Duet USB Audio Interface for iPad, Mac and Windows 10 from Apogee is a portable audio interface that builds on the success of the Duet 2 by adding compatibility with Windows 10, Mac, and iOS devices. For Mac users, it provides a direct digital Lightning connection that allows for DC charging of the Apple device. This interface is capable of making studio quality recordings of vocals. Compatible with ONE for iPad and Mac, One for Mac (2016), and Duet for iPad and Mac; Universal for use in Americas, Europe, and Asia; Input: 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz Output: 5V DC, 3A; NOT COMPATIBLE WITH APOGEE DUET 2 (2011 model) $.
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To ensure we understand correctly, it sounds like you're seeing this message to restart your Apogee Duet 2 on the Duet 2 device itself. Is this correct?
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Aug 9, 2020 12:49 PM