Apogee Symphony I/O Mk II Module - 16x16 Analog I/O

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The 16X16S2 Mk II Module from Apogee is a sixteen-channel analog input and sixteen-channel analog output module for the Symphony I/O Mk II. The module occupies one of the two slots available on the chassis. Additionally, two-channel coaxial S/PDIF input and output is also provided.

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Weight 2.45 lbs
Dimensions 14.1 × 12.3 × 3.5 in
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The 16X16S2 Mk II Module from Apogee is a sixteen-channel analog input and sixteen-channel analog output module for the Symphony I/O Mk II. The module occupies one of the two slots available on the chassis. Additionally, two-channel coaxial S/PDIF input and output is also provided. The A/D circuit has been refined to offer a streamlined circuit design, resulting in the most transparent signal path to the A/D stage possible. A dual-sum A/D stage is utilized where two conversion stages are summed for each analog channel, offering the lowest distortion and the greatest dynamic range of any A/D converter Apogee has ever designed.

The D/A section has been optimized with a more powerful and robust output driver that is capable of driving virtually any input without a decrease in performance, regardless of the load presented by the connected gear. The analog inputs and outputs are offered on DB25 connectors and require optional breakout cables, available in various configurations to suit individual requirements.

Note: Requires Symphony I/O Mk II Chassis with available card slot.

Apogee Symphony 16X16S2 Features

  • Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog module for the Symphony I/O Mk II system
  • Sixteen channels of balanced analog input and sixteen channels of balanced analog output
  • Two channels of coaxial S/PDIF input and output
  • Ultra-low latency conversion
  • Entire audio path is DC coupled, resulting in ultra flat frequency response and extremely low phase error