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The AI16 from Apogee is a 16-channel analog input and 16-channel digital audio output module for the Symphony I/O. The module occupies one of the two slots available on the chassis and represents 25 years of Apogee research and design excellence.
Refined and updated circuitry with fewer, more advanced components allows for a shorter audio path, resulting in more recording clarity and transparency and a more efficient power distribution. The module features enhanced C777 clocking performance and lower converter latency.
The analog inputs require optional breakout cables, available in various configurations to suit individual requirements.
Analog-to-digital module for the Symphony I/O system
16-channels of balanced analog input and up to 16-channels digital output (optical and S/PDIF) available simultaneously
Ultra low latency AD conversion
Software controlled AD reference setting
Enhanced C777 clocking performance
Entire audio path is DC coupled, resulting in ultra flat frequency response and extremely low phase error
Variable gain input for keyboards
In the Box
Apogee Electronics AI16 - Analog to Optical Digital Audio Module for Symphony I/O
One (1) Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Up to 192kHz
2 x 25-pin D-Sub (requires optional breakout cable)
Maximum Input Level
+4dB setting: +24dBu -10dB setting: +6dBV
Maximum Output Level
Digital Input Connectors
1 x RCA coaxial S/PDIF
Digital Output Connectors
4 x TOSlink optical ADAT, ADAT SMUX or S/PDIF 1 x RCA coaxial S/PDIF
ADAT outputs 16 channels @ 44.1/48kHz, SMUX delivers 16 channels @ 88.2/96kHz, and SPDIF delivers 4 channels up to 192kHz