JAM: General

iOS 5.1 Compatibility for MiC/JAM

Apogee Announces iOS 5.1 Compatibility

Apogee announces compatibility of iOS 5.1with Apogee MiC and JAM


Resolved issue – Loss of network connection

An issue with USB audio devices (including MiC and JAM) whereby the network connection is lost when the device is connected has been resolved in iOS 5.1.


Known Issue – USB audio devices not initialized after a cold start of the iOS device

When starting the iOS device from a powered-down state, USB audio devices are not recognized. To work around the issue, simply disconnect then re-connect the Apogee audio device, or connect the Apogee audio device after the iOS device has completed its start-up sequence.

Please consult these FAQs for more MiC and JAM troubleshooting information:



Can I use JAM on stage?

Yes it is possible to use JAM live on stage. To do this, you will need the appropriate adapter to connect the headphone output of the iPad/iPhone to the venueʼs sound system. The most common version of this adapter would be a 1/8” connector on one end (from your iPad/iPhone), and a 1/4” connector on the other (to a mixer/or powered speaker)