Symphony I/O Mk 2
ClipMic digital 2
Apogee Control Remote
- AD-16 & DA-16 (non-x versions)
- AD-16x & DA-16x
- AMBEO Smart Headset
- Big Ben
- Duet (Firewire)
- Duet 2
- Duet for iPad/Mac/PC (USB)
- Avid Pro Tools Duet
- Element Series
- Ensemble (Firewire)
- Ensemble (Thunderbolt)
- MINI Products
- Rosetta 200
- Rosetta 800
- Maestro App
- Maestro 2
- One (iPad, Mac, PC)
- Rosetta AD
- Sennheiser ClipMic
- Symphony32 PCI Cards
- Symphony 64 PCIe
- Symphony 64 Thunderbridge
- Symphony I/O Mk 1
- X-Option Cards
- Symphony Mobile
How do I connect Quartet to my iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch?
Quartet can be connected to iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch.
Follow these three steps to enable compatibility.
STEP 1: Get the 30-pin iOS cable or Lightning iOS cable
Apogee's iOS cables let you connect Quartet to any Apple iOS device.
Buy the 30-pin iOS cable from Apogee's Webstore
Buy the Lightning iOS cable from Apogee's Webstore
Contact your local Apogee dealer to purchase
STEP 2: Download Apogee Maestro iOS in App Store
On your iOS Device open the App Store and search "Apogee Maestro". Download this App and open it to use to control parameters of Quartet.
STEP 3: Check your firmware version in Maestro iOS, as shown here.
If you have a USB-C iPad/iPhone:
Currently we cannot make the Quartet have Maestro control on USB-C iPad/iPhones, due to lack of certain control parameters in the previous MFi Specification.
Quartet users still have control of many parameters without Maestro, via the front touch panel on the Quartet.
For more information see this article.
Before using Quartet with a USB-C iPad/iPhone make sure it has been updated to the latest firmware:
- Using a compatible MacOS or Windows 10 computer, download Quartet Installer here.
- Run installer and use Quartet USB Firmware Updater included in Download.