New Release From Apogee: The Rosetta 200

Apr 30, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors


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At NAB, Apogee Electronics introduced the Rosetta 200, the latest addition to a new generation of Apogee converters. The Rosetta 200 is a 2-channel version of its cousin the Rosetta 800, but offers the new and unique “CODA audio finishing module,” a trio of tools designed specifically to meet the demands of the hi-definition digital. Along with CODA, the Rosetta 200 features MIDI support and full channel metering; the newest addition to the Apogee converter family will be available in June and sell for $1,995.

Rosetta 200’s CODA is a trio of tools that includes, Apogee’s Aptomizer, a Level Normalizer, Sample Rate Conversion (SRC) and UV22HR, Apogee’s legendary dithering technology. With CODA and premium Apogee conversion, the Rosetta 200 provides an end-to-end solution for capturing and maintaining the integrity of high-resolution audio. “The Rosetta 200 is a really exciting offering for us because it responds to two main requests from our customers. One request was to make the latest and greatest Apogee technology available in a 2-channel AD/DA solution and the other was to provide specific processing for high-resolution digital which the Rosetta 200 has in CODA,” says Betty Bennett, co-founder and CEO of Apogee.

The Rosetta 200 has other appealing features like an expansion card slot for Apogee’s new X-Series cards which facilitate direct connection to Pro Tools|HD and Mix (X-HD and X-Digi-Mix cards) as well as a direct FireWire connection that supports S800/S400 standards (X-FireWire card).

The Rosetta 200 will include channels of premium 24-bit AD/DA conversion; sample rates up to 192 kHz with Apogee’s “Intelliclock"; channels of AES, S/PDIF (co-ax and optical), and ADAT/SMUX I/O MIDI I/O; optional FireWire expansion card for compatibility with OS X, and Windows XP (X-FireWire card) Optional expansion card for direct connection to Pro Tools|HD and Mix systems (X-HD card, X-Digi-Mix card); “Soft Limit” for maximum digital level without overs; “CODA: The “Aptomizer” Level Normalizer, Sample Rate Conversion (SRC) and Apogee’s “UV22HR” for superior dither to 16-bit; and full-channel metering.

For more information about the Rosetta 200 or any other Apogee Electronics products, refer to their Website at

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