Ask Audio – Apogee Element 24 Review

“There are a lot of new Thunderbolt audio interface offerings from well-regarded companies, but Apogee has always enjoyed a stellar reputation for sonic quality with its converters and mic pres and low latency drivers, and the Element 24 lives up to their rep in my opinion. The integration with Logic Pro X is terrific. At this price point, I do not see how anyone could go wrong with the Element series as an interface for now and for the future with Mac computers.”

Pro Audio Review – Apogee Symphony I/O Mk II Review

“I’ve never felt that there could be one “perfect converter” because interface needs significantly vary from one user to the next, but after reviewing Symphony I/O Mk II, my feelings have changed.”

AudioTechnology Magazine – Apogee Symphony I/O Mk II Review

“The Apogee Symphony I/O MkII offers no surprises. It’s an astounding converter with incredible detail, superlative specifications and 24/7 reliability. If you buy one, your recordings will undoubtedly step up in quality, and along with the superlative outputs, give your mixes every chance to reach a new zenith too. The price and ‘one-trick-pony’ nature of a converter like the Symphony Mk II position it within reach of only those who rate quality conversion very highly. For such people, the Symphony I/O Mk II will by no means disappoint.”

Ask Audio – Symphony I/O Mk II Thunderbolt Review

“This is not a budget piece by any means, but a professional tool made by a group of folks truly passionate about audio recording. The highlights for me were the highly usable touchscreen, unbelievably low latency, and the pristine headphone mix I was able to get”

Ken Rockwell – Apogee Groove Review

“This is the best portable DAC and headphone amp there is, especially for higher impedance headphones which usually need an outboard amplifier.”

Electronic Musician – Apogee Ensemble Review

“Ensemble Thunderbolt represents a sizable investment compared to some other interfaces with similar I/O counts, but you get a lot for your money. This versatile piece of hardware could easily function as the sole piece of outboard gear in your studio, because it handles not just the functions of an audio interface with eight mic preamps, but also a monitor controller and a high-quality guitar DI and reamping box. When you factor in the vaunted Apogee sound quality, super low latency, Thunderbolt bandwidth, and the flexible and generous I/O, it starts to look like one heck of a deal.”

Stereophile – Apogee Groove Review

“What I’ve learned: Among the five pint-size, USB-powered DAC-headphone amps I had on hand, the Apogee Groove excelled at pushing high-impedance headphones like the Sennheiser HD600s, and just sounded better with anything I hooked up to it. Dynamics opened up, and details were more clearly defined.”

Gizmag Review – Apogee Duet

“This is the best quality audio interface I’ve yet come across by quite a wide margin.”

American Songwriter – A Singer-Songwriter Test Drives the Apogee Duet

“Other interfaces I’ve used in the past take days-even weeks-to get comfortable with; however, I’m only 30 minutes into my first go with a Duet, and we already feel like old friends.”

CNET – Maybe it’s time to upgrade your headphone’s sound with a pro-quality headphone amplifier

“If you compare the Groove with the lackluster sound you get from the headphone jack on your computer or phone, the improvements in clarity, dynamic impact, and soundstage spaciousness from a first-class digital converter/ headphone amp will be hard to miss”