Apogee Rosetta 200 2-Channel AD/DA Converter 24-bit/192kHz

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Apogee Rosetta 200 2-Channel AD/DA Converter 24-bit/192kHz

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Years ago, this rack-mounted digital audio converter made me a believe in All Things Apogee. Honestly, this particular model is outdated in today’s market. But mine still works wonders on my vocal sound… giving it a certain “sparkle” I’d never heard until we plugged it in. It’s hard to describe in words, but is unmistakable when you hear it. I hear it in all Apogee products on the market today.

I’m including it in my lineup of gear, because I do still use it. It’s still amazing… and I can honestly recommend pretty much anything Apogee makes as providing the very best audio you can get.

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