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The Apogee One for Mac USB audio interface transforms your Apple laptop into a professional recording tool. This compact, ultra-portable interface records audio to your MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air when you're on the go, capturing up to two channels of pristine 24-bit/96kHz resolution simultaneously. Apogee's next-generation AD/DA converters deliver amazing, transparent-sounding audio. A die-cast aluminum body ensures that the One will survive the abuse of the road. The Apogee One for Mac USB audio interface will take your mobile, computer-based recording to a new level.
The extremely compact Apogee One for Mac is a feature-packed solution for recording audio. This 24-bit/96kHz audio interface features next-gen AD/DA converters for capturing and playing back studio-quality audio. A breakout cable lets you plug in XLR and 1/4" mics and instruments and will record up to two tracks simultaneously. The One's built-in condenser mic captures high-quality audio and comes with a mic-stand mount.
One's two microphone preamps incorporate cutting-edge technology, giving you seamless gradation throughout their incredible 63dB gain range. This lets you dial in your ideal level with the main controller knob (or from within software) while enjoying amazingly low noise and stunning, lustrous detail. One's mic preamps play nicely with all dynamic, condenser, and ribbon mics, letting you capture audio without compromise.
At Ragtime, we know that excellent sound quality is imperative when you're recording. Much like its mic pres, the One's AD/DA converters are the result of Apogee's no-compromise design, giving you the best possible audio and monitoring quality. One's advanced circuitry and state-of-the-art components deliver a streamlined signal path. The result? Amazingly transparent-sounding recordings.
The Apogee One for Mac USB audio interface is a top-notch portable recording tool!
|Diaphram type||Omni directional|
|Digital converter||16-bit recording at CD quality and beyond—44.1 or 48 kHz|