Apogee's X-HD Card Ships

Apogee and ProTools a perfect match      06/07/04

Apogee's X-HD Card Ships
X-HD does nicely

Apogee's considerable A/D and D/A audio converter knowledge can now be applied to Digidesign HD system, allowing owners of the AD-16X, DA-16X, Rosetta 800 or Rosetta 200, users can connect directly to a Pro Tools HD or Accel system core card, with no other hardware required other than the X-HD card (connect using standard DigiLink cables). The result is a powerful combination of Digidesign's industry leading software and a new generation of superior Apogee conversion and clocking hardware that provides a workstation that will excite Apogee and Pro Tools fans alike. "We are very pleased with the value that the X-HD card offers our customers. With our new generation converters and direct connectivity to one of the most popular workstations available, users can have it all" says Betty Bennett, President and Co-Founder of Apogee. X-HD Expansion Card at a glance:
  • Primary HD port for connecting directly to HD Core or Accelcards.
  • Expansionport for daisy-chaining multiple Apogee devices (AD-16X, DA-16X,Rosetta 800 & Rosetta 200)
  • Compatiblewith the latest versions of Pro Tools
  • Field upgradeable firmware via MIDI port
  • Maybe used along side similar interfaces (such as Digidesign 96 I/O,192 I/O, Prism Dream ADA-8) MORE About the X-HD card
  • http://www.apogeedigital.com/products/xcards.php

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