WNAMM07: Apogee FireWire Card On the Way

FireWire option card for the Mini-Me and Mini-DAC to be available in February      24/01/07
WNAMM07: Apogee FireWire Card On the Way


Apogee Electronics have announced that its FireWire option card for the Mini-Me and Mini-DAC will be available worldwide through authorized dealers and distributors in February of 2007. The new FireWire option card allows professionals to connect their Mini-Me or Mini-DAC to their DAW at sampling rates up to 96kHz or 192kHz, respectively.
With this new capability, Apogee say that professional users will get more out of their Mini-Me and Mini-DAC, continuing the Minis’ tradition as a truly high-performance, portable recording solution, whether at home, at the studio, or on the road.
Betty Bennett, CEO of Apogee Electronics told us, “We are pleased to announce the release of the Mini-FireWire card. Now Mini users can take advantage of higher bandwidth and sampling rates directly to and from their workstations.�
Mini-Me At A Glance:
  • Two channels of Apogee 24-bit, 96 kHz A/D conversion, top-quality mic/instrument preamps and line-level inputs
  • Headphone outputs
  • AES/EBU, S/PDIF digital outputs
  • Low-current, low-voltage, Ideal for location/ENG
Mini-DAC At A Glance:
  • Two channels of Apogee 24-bit 192kHz D/A conversion
  • High current headphone output
  • Inputs include AES, Optical & S/PDIF Coax
  • Analog Output level control for direct connection of powered monitors
Pricing and Availability:
Available February, 2007
More information:


Apogee Electronics Symphony I/O Audio Interface (8x8+8MP)
$4,490.00


Apogee Electronics MiC 96k USB Microphone for Mac & iOS Devices with Lightning Cable
$229.00


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