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NO SOUND - APOGEE & SPEAKERS HOOKED UP

I have the new macbook pro. I connected to apogee ensemble, and have adam a7 monitors attached via analog ouputs to apogee. I can't get sound from anything, and I installed drivers for leapord. When I turn apogee on, ouput lights don't turn on with it, only input lights do. PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME!!

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Hello,
Be sure that you download the latest software updates from the web.
Than check with the identifier button in Meastro, that the commands go to the right machine.
Verify the matrix, mixer and hardware settings in Meastro.
Even with quicktime you should see vu meters in Meastro light up now.
Check that the analog connectors are firmly pushed.

Almost my choise Adam A7, but finally went for passive Quad 12L on Rotel amp.
It was difficult to compare speakers from different shops. (music shop vs. hifi shop).
I use iMac 24 inch with Logic express 8, and connect Neumann microphones to the Apogee.

Baptist Clauwens,
Veghel, Netherlands

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Possibly obvious... but on the maestro control / settings  meter display /output /input

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  • jchansen Jan 03, 2009

    also...my 1st apogee the lights for mic1 and both headphone did not work.

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