My Apogee Mic microphone (or the Apogee Mic 96k I am not sure) is only for Macintosh and cannot be used on PC because it’s an old version but I found out that it can be used on any Android device and with a very good quality. All you need to make the Apogee Mic microphone work is an adapter from USB to micro-usb or to USB C.
here the datasheet of CY8C3446LTI-072
Link to the TI PCM4201 datasheet
The circuit here is a TPS6220x High-Efficiency, SOT23 Step-Down, DC-DC Converter. Datasheet TPS6220x here
The Apogee Mic was not working. So I discovered that the Inductor L11 was broken. The Capacitor C143 was missing. As I did not have the part i made de dangerous move to bridge the L11 inductor. The Apogee Mic Microphone works again.
After some reading, it seems I might add one later on. This interesting Application Note of Ti explains why.
From the Apogee webpage
Which Apogee interfaces are compatible with Windows?
- Only newer Apogee MiC or JAM units with native WDM or WASAPI drivers (or using the ASIO4All driver)
- MiC 96k or Jam 96k with firmware 3.x (older versions cannot be upgraded)
- MiC Plus
- Jam Plus