Universal Audio Announces Updated and Upgraded Pro Line-up of UAD Apollo X Audio Interfaces
Universal Audio has announced their new Apollo X models, now with hexacore processors as standard. The Apollo X is UA’s new flagship Thunderbolt 3 audio interfaces, “featuring elite-class A/D and D/A conversion, new HEXA Core UAD plug-in processing, Unison mic preamps, +24dBu operation, Surround Sound,* and more. All in a sleek, expandable Thunderbolt 3 package for Mac and PC.”
According to the company, the base X6 model offers 6-core UAD power for plugins, andh comprehensive 5.1 surround monitoring support. Apollo x6 is a boon for engineers and producers working on audio and music for video games, television, and the web. In addition, Apollo x6 offers selectable +24 dBu operation for out-of-the-box compatibility with professional mixing consoles and other high-end pro audio equipment.
Apollo x6 offers 16 x 22 simultaneous inputs/outputs (6 x 6 analog I/O) and two built-in Thunderbolt 3 ports. This allows users of any Thunderbolt-equipped Apollo Twin or Apollo rackmount audio interfaces to easily combine up to four Apollos and six total UAD-2 devices — adding fast, high-bandwidth I/O and DSP as your studio grows.
Additional models include:
* Apollo x8 — 18 x 24 Thunderbolt 3 audio interface for Mac and Windows; Elite-Class conversion with 129 dB D/A dynamic range; 4 Unison-enabled mic preamps; HEXA Core UAD plug-in processing; 7.1 Surround Sound monitoring.
* Apollo x8p — 18 x 22 Thunderbolt 3 audio interface for Mac and Windows; Elite-Class conversion with 129 dB D/A dynamic range; 8 Unison-enabled mic preamps; HEXA Core UAD plug-in processing; 7.1 Surround Sound monitoring.
* Apollo x16 — 18 x 20 Thunderbolt 3 audio interface for Mac and Windows; Flagship conversion with 133 dB D/A dynamic range; 16 channels of analog I/O via DB-25 connectors; HEXA Core UAD plug-in processing; 7.1 Surround Sound monitoring.
Learn more at: https://www.uaudio.com/audio-interfaces.html
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