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Lynx Aurora 16 vs Apogee Symphony Digital Converters
Old 10th August 2013
  #151
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send it to Apogee! i bet they make it an add.

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Maybe getting a little weird here, but the Symphony is like an extension of my life. How do I like bourbon? With a nice warmth and a smooth finish on top. How do I like steak? With that mouth-watering warm flavor and a complimentary level of spices on top. Why do people like Mac's operating system? Because the graphics are warm and crisp at the same time. With the Symphony, I am hearing just like what I prefer to see, taste, and smell. It is an extension of my life and I could not imagine working with anything else.
Old 10th August 2013
  #152
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I was shopping both and went with the Apogee. I couldn't be happier. Tracking always sounds amazing, but honestly, I just get a huge smile just listening to my iTunes library through the thing. Round and punchy bottom, silky top, great definition -- it really is a signature sound. Call it colored if you want, but I just love the way it makes music sound compared to just about every piece of digital gear I've ever used.

Maybe getting a little weird here, but the Symphony is like an extension of my life. How do I like bourbon? With a nice warmth and a smooth finish on top. How do I like steak? With that mouth-watering warm flavor and a complimentary level of spices on top. Why do people like Mac's operating system? Because the graphics are warm and crisp at the same time. With the Symphony, I am hearing just like what I prefer to see, taste, and smell. It is an extension of my life and I could not imagine working with anything else.
I agree with everything you have said. I had a Duet, then a Rosetta 200. Sold that to get an Apollo. Missed the heck out of the Apogee sound. Sold the Apollo, bought a Symphony I/O. Now I am back home. Apogee just sounds the way, I like to hear.
Old 11th August 2013
  #153
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Same here - from Rosetta 800 to Apollo Quad and then back to Apogee, but upgraded to Symphony I/O and really glad I did!
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