Apogee Duet 3
Mac Life|October 2021
High–end audio recording for your Mac
HOLLIN JONES

$599 From apogeedigital.com

Features 192kHz recording, Symphony ECS Channel Strip Needs macOS 10.15 or later, USB–C

The Duet 3 is the newest member of Apogee’s pro audio family, a supremely portable high–end audio recording interface for Mac and PC, though iOS is not supported. Beautifully constructed, its low profile is decidedly Apple-like. It has two USB–C ports and is bus-powered, the second port being usable for external power if you’d rather not power from your Mac. USB–C and A cables are supplied.

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