Apogee Interfaces Now Shipping With iOS Lightning Cable

Apogee ONE, Duet and Quartet have iPad/iPhone Lightning, 30-pin and Mac USB cables      18/09/13
Apogee Interfaces Now Shipping With iOS Lightning Cable


Apogee Electronics has announced their ONE, Duet and Quartet audio interfaces are now shipping worldwide with iPad/iPhone Lightning, 30-pin and Mac USB cables, providing direct connectivity to iPad, iPhone and Mac including the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.

ONE, Duet and Quartet professional features for iPad and iPhone:

  • Professional sound quality with Apogee's premium AD/DA conversion and preamps.
  • Direct connection to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad certified by Apple MFi program.
  • Charges iOS device when connected.
  • Maestro control and low-latency mixing software for iOS.

 

A spokesperson told us, "Apogee is the first to launch professional audio interfaces with direct iOS connectivity allowing users to connect microphones, electric instruments and speakers for creating studio-quality music on their iPad, iPhone or Mac.  With a universe of powerful and affordable music creation apps for iPad, an audio interface is necessary for professional quality recording on this platform. Today, professional musicians, songwriters, audio engineers and producers have come to rely on these professional products and features to record some of the biggest name artists in the world on both iPad and Mac."

Pricing and Availability:

Apogee ONE for iPad/Mac - 2 IN x 2 OUT audio interface with built-in microphone for iPad, iPhone and Mac
Price: $349

Apogee Duet for iPad/Mac - 2 IN x 4 OUT audio interface for iPad, iPhone and Mac
Price: $649

Apogee Quartet for iPad/Mac - 4 IN x 8 OUT audio interface and studio control center for iPad, iPhone and Mac
Price: $1395

More information:

 

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