Apogee Electronics

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Apogee Electronics Corporation
Limited liability company
IndustryStudio hardware
HeadquartersSanta Monica, California, United States
Key people
Betty Bennett, CEO[1]
RevenueIncrease To follow
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Number of employees
35
Websitewww.apogeedigital.com

Apogee Electronics is an American manufacturer of digital audio interfaces and audio converters (analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters) based in Santa Monica, CA.

Company Information[edit]

Apogee Electronics was founded in December 1985 by audio engineer Bruce Jackson, digital electronics designer Christof Heidelberger and Soundcraft USA president Betty Bennett.[2] Apogee initially made its name designing anti-aliasing filters that solved many of the early problems associated with digital audio.[3] Apogee is now a manufacturer of digital audio converters and digital audio interfaces; dithering, limiting and filtering technologies; digital clocking technologies and all-in-one digital recording solutions. Apogee headquarters is located in Santa Monica, California.

Philanthropy[edit]

Apogee Electronics has supported many non-profit organizations worldwide including Amnesty International, Corazon de Vida, The ONE Campaign, Save the Children, Doctors Without Borders, UNICEF, Care and Conservation International.[4]

Current Products[edit]

Audio Interfaces & Converters[edit]

  • Big Ben
  • Duet for iPad and Mac
  • Quartet for iPad and Mac
  • Element Thunderbolt
  • Ensemble Thunderbolt
  • GiO
  • Groove
  • JAM
  • JAM 96K
  • MiC 96K
  • ONE
  • ONE for iPad and Mac
  • Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge
  • Symphony I/O
  • Symphony I/O MKII

Legacy Products[edit]

  • 944 Filter
  • AD-16
  • AD-16X
  • AD-500
  • AD-1000
  • AD-8000
  • AMBus FireWire
  • AMBus HD
  • CD-R Recordable Media
  • DA-16
  • DA-16X
  • DA-1000
  • Duet
  • FC-8
  • Mini-DAC
  • Mini-Me
  • Mini-MP
  • PSX-100
  • Rosetta AD 48KHz & 96KHz versions.
  • Rosetta 200
  • Rosetta 800 96KHz & 192KHz versions, 96KHz factory upgradable to 192KHz version.
  • Symphony 32 PCI
  • Symphony Mobile
  • Trak2
  • X-Digi-Mix
  • X-FireWire
  • X-Video
  • X-HD

Awards[edit]

TEC Awards[edit]

2014 - MiC 96K
2013 - Quartet
2012 - Symphony I/O Mic Preamp Module
2009 – Symphony 64 PCIe
2008 – Duet
2007 – Symphony
2007 – Ensemble
2005 – ROSETTA 200
2004 – BIG BEN
2003 – Mini-Me
2002 – AD-16 / DA-16
2001 – Trak 2
1999 – PSX-100
1998 – AD-8000
1997 – FC-8
1996 – AD-1000
1994 – UV-1000 Super CD Encoding
1992 – AD-500
1988 – 944S and 944G Digital Filters[5]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Business Week Company Overview, 30th January, 2010". Retrieved 2010-01-30.
  2. ^ Peterson, George (October 1, 2005). "Apogee Electronics at 20". Mix Online. Archived from the original on June 29, 2011. Retrieved February 4, 2011.
  3. ^ "Apogee Company Information Page, 30th January, 2010". Archived from the original on 18 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-30.
  4. ^ "Apogee Philanthropy Page, 6th September, 2011". Retrieved 2011-09-06.
  5. ^ "TEC Awards Past Winners, 30th January, 2010". Retrieved 2010-01-30.