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by P. Barringer (2/18/2014):

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Overview
Apollo Twin. High-Resolution Desktop Music Production with Classic Analog Sound.
With its class-leading resolution and Realtime UAD Processing, Apollo Twin sets a new standard for desktop music production. This 2x6 Mac Thunderbolt interface allows you to record with near-zero latency through the full range of UAD Powered Plug-Ins — ingeniously merging classic analog tones with cutting-edge features.
Key Features
  • World-class 24-bit/192 kHz audio conversion
  • Realtime UAD Processing — track through vintage Compressors, EQs, Tape Machines, and Guitar Amp plug-ins with near-zero latency*
  • New Unison™ technology for stunning models of classic mic preamps**
  • Available with either UAD-2 SOLO or UAD-2 DUO DSP Processing onboard
  • Includes "Realtime Analog Classics" UAD plug-in bundle
  • Thunderbolt connection for blazing-fast PCIe speed on modern Macs
  • 2 premium mic/line preamps; 2 line outs; front-panel Hi-Z instrument input and headphone output
  • Digitally controlled analog monitor outputs for full resolution at all listening levels
  • Uncompromising analog design, superior components, and premium build quality throughout 

Record and Mix with Stunning
24-bit/192 kHz Sound Quality
With the highest dynamic range and lowest noise of any desktop interface, Apollo Twin gives you stellar 24-bit/192 kHz sound and breathtaking clarity.
Its premium mic preamps, input stage, and audio conversion are identical to the famed Apollo series, translating into rich three-dimensional recordings with exceptional depth and punch. Digitally controlled analog monitor outputs provide full resolution audio (without digital scaling) at all listening levels — letting you create better mixes in real-world environments.
A Complete Analog Studio with
Realtime UAD Plug-In Processing
Imagine having access to a classic analog recording studio, right on your desktop. Apollo Twin lets you record and mix through the full range of UAD Powered Plug-Ins — including vintage EQs, compressors, reverbs, tape machines and more — at near-zero latency, regardless of your audio software buffer size. With award-winning UAD plug-ins from Ampex, Lexicon, Neve, Moog, Roland, SSL, Studer, and more,* Apollo Twin serves up authentic analog tone and warmth. 
The key to its analog magic is onboard UAD-2 SOLO or DUO DSP Processing, which powers the UAD plug-ins while reducing the strain on your host CPU. Apollo Twin includes the "Realtime Analog Classics" plug-in bundle, featuring a choice selection of vintage compressors, EQs and reverb, plus guitar amps and tube mic preamp emulation. From there, you can choose from a vast and expanding collection of plug-ins in the UA Online Store.

Track Through Classic Mic Preamps Using Unison™ Technology
High-speed Thunderbolt Connection to
your Mac
Unison technology allows Apollo Twin’s mic preamps to sound and behave like the world's most sought-after tube and solid state preamps — including their all-important impedance, gain stage “sweet spots,” and circuit behaviors. Based on breakthrough integration between Apollo’s digitally controlled analog mic preamps and its onboard UAD processing, Unison lets you track through colorful preamp emulations like the bundled UA 610-B Tube Preamp plug-in, with more emulations coming soon.
Apollo Twin’s Thunderbolt connection features ultra-fast PCIe audio drivers for high-bandwidth, low-latency performance on all Thunderbolt-equipped Macs. Because Thunderbolt offers 12x the bandwidth of FireWire 800, you can connect numerous devices in line with Apollo Twin — including hard drives and HDMI/USB3 hubs — all with fast, flawless performance.

Professional I/O Connections
Apollo Twin is a 2-in/6-out interface with two class-leading mic/line preamps, two analog line outputs, two digitally controlled analog monitor outputs, and up to eight additional channels of digital inputs via Optical connection. Its conveniently located Hi-Z instrument input and headphone jack allow you to capture inspiration the moment it strikes.
Console Application and Console Recall Plug-In
The Console application is Apollo Twin’s software control interface. Its intuitive, analog console-style design provides “realtime” tracking and monitoring with UAD Powered Plug-Ins — a feature not found in any other interface. Complete Apollo Twin Console setups can be saved as presets, or even saved within your sessions using the Console Recall plug-in (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX 64). This enables hardware recall of all Apollo Twin settings, even months and years after you last opened your session.

Easy to Use with Any Mac DAW
Apollo Twin is compatible with all major Mac DAWs, including Pro Tools, Logic, Garage Band, Cubase, Live, and more — allowing seamless integration no matter what recording software you use.
Hardware
Apollo Twin. Better by design.

 

Apollo Twin is a 2x6 Mac Thunderbolt audio interface with the same class-leading 24-bit/192 kHz audio conversion as its big brother, the award-winning Apollo interface. Its elegant feature set includes two class-leading mic/line preamps, two analog line outputs, two digitally controlled analog monitor outputs for full resolution at all listening levels, and up to eight additional channels of digital inputs via Optical connection.


Software
Realtime Analog Classics Bundle

 

The Realtime Analog Classics plug-in bundle contains the essential UAD Powered Plug-Ins to get you started tracking and mixing with the world's best analog emulations, including guitar and bass amp emulations from Softube, as well as UA’s groundbreaking 610 Tube Preamp and EQ plug-in.
The Realtime Analog Classics Bundle is included free with the Apollo Twin SOLO/DUO.
UA 610-B Tube Preamp and EQ
The 610-B Tube Preamp and EQ plug-in will impart your tracks with the same legendary warmth and character of the classic hardware unit used to track everyone from Duke Ellington to Coldplay. By emulating the entire signal path, including tube amplifiers, transformers, and circuit nonlinearities, the 610-B Tube Preamp and EQ plug-in injects glowing detail and saturation to any signal — whether you’re re-amping or tracking through the 610-B via Universal Audio’s breakthrough Unison™ technology — the first and only way to truly emulate classic analog mic preamp gain stage “sweet spots,” and component-level behaviors at the input stage.

Softube Amp Room Essentials
Featuring two plug-ins — the Amp Room Half-Stack and the Bass Amp Room 8x10 — Amp Room Essentials gives you guitar and bass tones that can deliver the goods in any genre. Based on a vintage British half-stack, Amp Room Half-Stack yields legendary slabs of molten distortion while Bass Amp Room 8x10 offers powerful tones and features like a blend-able DI. Both plug-ins tout adjustable mic placement for fine-tuning your tones whether you’re recording in real-time or re-amping.

1176SE/LN Classic Limiting Amplifiers (Legacy)
Get classic, ultra-fast FET compression from the world’s most recognized compressor. The 1176 will impart punch, presence, and character as well as its signature distortion overtones on drums, vocals, guitars, and bass. The 1176SE and its later LN version have graced countless recordings, from Led Zeppelin, the White Stripes, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Pultec Pro Equalizers (Legacy)
Universal Audio’s Pultec Pro Legacy plug-in combines the Pultec MEQ-5 Midrange Equalizer and the Pultec EQP-1A Program Equalizer, two of the most sought-after hardware EQs, into a single plug-in. The MEQ-5 EQ section allows you to boost and cut midrange bands with the same silky smoothness and personality of the original hardware while the EQP-1A imparts warm analog character to a single track or an entire mix — even when bypassed.
Teletronix LA-2A Classic Leveling Amplifier (Legacy)
With its gentle, program dependent optical compression and meticulously designed tube amplifier, the LA-2A is the go-to compressor for professional mixers around the world — especially for vocals. Incredibly easy-to-use Peak Reduction and Gain controls gives you the ideal optical compression sound for vocals, bass, drums and more.
CS-1 Precision Channel
Featuring the EX-1 EQ/Compressor, the DM-1 and DL-1L Delay Modulators, and the RS-1 Reflection Engine, the CS-1 Channel Strip provides all the tools you need for recording and mixing in one simple plug-in. With a unique smoothing algorithm for all controls and DSP conserving bypass switches built-in, the CS-1 packs a whopping punch into a small package.
RealVerb Pro
RealVerb Pro is a flexible, natural sounding reverb that is based on our own unique set of algorithms. Allowing you to design the room just as you hear it, the RealVerb Pro goes beyond the barriers of simply big/small or dark/bright, giving you our trademark, distortion-free, smoothing diffusion control and ultra-long reverb tail.

 


FAQ
Apollo Twin. Basics and FAQ.
What is Apollo Twin?

Apollo Twin is a high-resolution professional audio interface with superior sound quality and Realtime UAD Processing. It features built-in UAD-2 DSP Acceleration, which allows you to track, mix, and master with our full library of award-winning UAD Powered Plug-Ins with sub-2ms latency. Apollo Twin connects to modern Macs via Thunderbolt.

What kind of I/O does Apollo Twin have?

Apollo has two total analog inputs — selectable from two digitally controlled analog mic preamps / line inputs, or a front-panel high impedance instrument input on Channel 1. It has six total analog outputs, including two balanced line outs, two digitally-controlled analog monitor outs, and one dedicated stereo headphone out. It also features an Optical input, adding 8 digital channels of ADAT or two channels of S/PDIF.

How does the sound of Apollo compare to other audio interfaces?

In simple terms, much better. With the same circuitry as the original Apollo, Apollo Twin was designed for uncompromising sonic excellence. Every component, from its mic preamps to its converters, was carefully selected to provide both fidelity and transparency. To the point: Apollo Twin offers the lowest THD (total harmonic distortion) and widest dynamic range of any desktop interface — performing at or better levels than rackmount studio interfaces costing much more. 

What are UAD Powered Plug-Ins?

UAD Powered Plug-Ins are VST/AU/RTAS/AAX 64-compatible plug-ins that offer warm sonic qualities and character not found in other plug-ins. Our software engineering group includes some of the world’s leading DSP authorities, who undertake thorough physical modeling of classic audio hardware. This process means that we essentially “rebuild” classic analog gear in the digital world. So UAD plug-ins not only sound like the original vintage hardware; they behave like the original devices, even at extreme settings.

How many plug-ins can I run on Apollo Twin?

The exact number varies depending on the Apollo Twin model (UAD-2 SOLO or DUO), and the sample rate you're using. For a complete breakdown of UAD Powered Plug-Ins instance counts, check out the UAD Instance Chart.

How does recording/tracking with UAD Powered Plug-Ins on input differ from mixing with UAD plug-ins in my DAW?

Apollo Twin's included Console application is a virtual mixing console that enables you to insert UAD plug-ins as you record into your DAW (this is what we call "Realtime UAD Processing"). The Console application also has many powerful routing and monitoring capabilities that make collaborative recording sessions more seamless. Mixing and mastering with UAD plug-ins is the same as with any other UAD DSP Accelerator system. Simply pull up a plug-in in your DAW on the track you need, and you’re good to go. 

How do Unison mic preamp plug-ins work with Apollo’s built-in preamps?

Apollo’s mic preamplifiers are digitally controlled, and offer high-resolution, ultra-transparent translation from microphone to converter. While fantastic sounding on their own, these preamps are also designed as an ideal starting point to add processing color through new Unison mic preamp plug-ins.

Specifically, Unison mic preamp plug-ins control the analog impedance and gain structure of the Apollo’s physical mic preamps — so hardware and software works in tandem to very convincingly emulate classic tube and solid state preamp designs.

How do I use Unison plug-ins?

Simply insert the Unison mic preamp plug-in into the “Preamp” insert in the Apollo Console software. This enables near-zero latency recording with Mic, Line or Hi-Z inputs through the target preamp model(s). In addition to physical input impedance control of the Apollo’s hardware preamps, Unison allows tactile control of preamp parameters and gain staging.

I own UAD-2 hardware and/or Apollo 16. Can I still use Unison plug-ins?

Yes! Unison plug-ins can be used as standard UAD plug-ins inside your DAW of choice, or as realtime inserts in the Apollo Console. The Unison plug-ins are great for adding color and tone with any UAD-2 hardware, but the hardware preamp interaction is only possible on Apollo DUO, Apollo QUAD, and Apollo Twin (i.e., devices that have physical mic preamps).

Can I use virtual instruments with UAD plug-ins in real time?

Yes. Apollo Twin's Console has a feature called Virtual I/O. This feature allows you to route the output of a virtual (software) instrument, or any other DAW output, directly into Apollo’s Console application — enabling Realtime UAD Processing on these sources. 

Can I use Apollo Twin in a live performance situation?

Yes. Apollo Twin is a great solution for playing back prerecorded material from your DAW while also being able to process live sound with UAD plug-ins. 

What is the latency performance like on Apollo Twin?

With Apollo Twin, latency is basically indiscernible. For example, when recording four "stacked" UAD plug-ins on the input in real time, analog-to-analog latency at 96kHz comes in at 1.1 milliseconds. 

What DAW software does Apollo Twin work with?

We test and certify the most popular DAWs that our customers use, including Apple Logic, Avid Pro Tools, Ableton Live, and Steinberg Cubase/Nuendo. Visit the host applications page for details. 

Will Apollo Twin work with Pro Tools 11?

Yes! Apollo will work with Pro Tools 11, as well as Pro Tools 10. All of Apollo’s analog and digital I/O can be recorded and routed in Pro Tools, and UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins will work inside Pro Tools via their AAX-64 (PT11) or RTAS (PT10) plug-in format. 

What are the advantages of using Thunderbolt as opposed to FireWire?

In general terms, Thunderbolt is 12 times more powerful than FireWire 800, and 20 times more powerful than USB 2. Thunderbolt support gives Apollo ultra-fast UAD-2 PCIe performance running through a cable with no noticeable bandwidth limitations. 

Is Apollo Twin "True Thunderbolt"?

"True Thunderbolt" is a made-up term. Having said this, Apollo Twin uses PCIe audio drivers and PCIe drivers for UAD plug-ins; it does not use FireWire. PCIe audio drivers will be coming to the Apollo DUO/QUAD and Apollo 16 as a free firmware update in Spring 2014. 

Can Apollo Twin run on Bus Power?

No. Apollo Twin cannot receive power from the Thunderbolt bus. The external power supply is required.

Can I use multiple Apollo Twin units together in the same system?

No. Multi-Unit Cascading for Apollo Twin is not supported at this time.

Will Apollo Twin be Windows Compatible? 

UA has no announcements regarding Thunderbolt Windows Compatibility.

I own an Apollo (or Apollo 16). Can I use Apollo Twin on the same computer?

Not currently. Future releases will allow software for a Thunderbolt-equipped Apollo or Apollo 16 to be installed at the same time as Apollo Twin software, but the different Apollo models will not be able to be connected at the same time.

Can I use My Apollo Twin in conjunction UAD-2 Satellite or UAD-2 PCIe card?

Not yet. We are working on support for this in a future release. 

Where can I find detailed technical information about Apollo Twin?

Complete technical details and the latest bulletins about Apollo compatibility and operation can be found on the Apollo Twin support page.

Got questions? Contact us at info@uaudio.com to find out more.


Features & Specs
Apollo Twin. Features.
Key Features
  • Desktop 2x6 Thunderbolt audio interface with world-class 24-bit/192 kHz audio conversion
  • Realtime UAD Processing for tracking through vintage Compressors, EQs, Tape Machines,
    Mic Preamps, and Guitar Amp plug-ins with near-zero (sub-2ms) latency
  • Thunderbolt connection for blazing-fast PCIe speed and rock-solid performance on
    modern Macs
  • Unison™ technology offers stunning models of classic tube and transformer-based
    mic preamps
  • Two premium mic/line preamps; Two line outputs; front-panel Hi-Z instrument input
    and headphones output
  • Two digitally controlled analog monitor outputs for full resolution at all listening levels
  • Up to eight channels of additional digital input via Optical connection
  • Uncompromising analog design, superior components, and premium build quality
  • Runs UAD Powered Plug-Ins via Audio Units, VST, RTAS & AAX64 in all major DAWs
Audio Interface
  • Sample rates up to 192 kHz* at 24-bit word length
  • Up to 10 x 6 simultaneous input/output channels
    • Two channels of analog-to-digital conversion via:
      • Two balanced mic/line inputs
      • One Hi-Z instrument input
    • Six channels of digital-to-analog conversion via:
      • Digitally-controlled stereo monitor outputs
      • Stereo headphone outputs
      • Line outputs 3-4
    • Up to eight channels of digital inputs via:
      • Eight channels ADAT optical with S/MUX for high sample rates, or
      • Two channels S/PDIF optical with sample rate conversion
  • 64-bit device drivers
  • PCIe audio drivers
Microphone Preamplifiers
  • Two high-resolution, ultra-transparent, digitally-controlled analog mic preamps
  • Front panel and software control of all preamp parameters
  • Low cut filter, 48V phantom power, 20 dB pad, polarity inversion, and stereo linking
Monitoring
  • Digitally-controlled analog monitor outputs maintains highest fidelity
  • Independently-addressable stereo headphone outputs
  • Independently-addressable line outputs 3-4 can be used for additional cue mix
  • Front panel control of monitor levels and muting
UAD-2 Inside
  • One (SOLO) or two (DUO) SHARC DSP processors
  • Realtime UAD Processing on all analog and digital inputs
  • Same features and functionality as other UAD-2 devices when used with DAW
  • Includes UAD Powered Plug-Ins “Realtime Analog Classics” bundle
  • Complete UAD Powered Plug-Ins library is available online
Software
Console application:
  • Enables tracking and/or monitoring with Realtime UAD Processing
  • Remote control of Apollo Twin features and functionality
  • Virtual I/O for routing DAW tracks through Console
  • Two independent stereo Auxiliary busses
Console Recall plug-in:
  • Saves Apollo Twin configurations inside DAW sessions for easy recall
  • Facilitates control of Apollo Twin monitoring features from within the DAW
  • VST, RTAS, AAX 64, and Audio Units plug-in formats
UAD Meter & Control Panel application:
  • Configures global UAD settings and monitors system usage
Other
  • Attractive and durable desktop form factor
  • Locking power supply prevents accidental disconnection
  • Easily updateable firmware
  • One year warranty includes parts and labor

 

Apollo Twin. System Requirements.

 

  • Apple Mac computer with available Thunderbolt port
  • Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion or 10.9 Mavericks
  • Internet connection to download software and authorize UAD plug-ins
  • Compatible VST, Audio Units, RTAS, or AAX 64 plug-in host application software
  • 2 gigabytes available disk space
  • Thunderbolt cable (sold separately)

 

Apollo Twin. Specifications.

 

All audio specifications are typical performance unless otherwise noted, tested under the following conditions: 48 kHz internal sample rate, 24-bit sample depth, 20 kHz measurement bandwidth, with balanced inputs and outputs.

System
  • I/O Complement
    • Microphone Inputs Two
    • Analog Line Inputs Two
    • Hi-Z Instrument Inputs One
    • Analog Line Outputs Two (independent mix buses)
    • Analog Monitor Outputs Two (one stereo pair, independent L/R mix buses)
    • Headphone Outputs One stereo pair (independent L/R mix buses)
    • Digital Input Port (TOSLINK optical) One (ADAT or S/PDIF, selectable)
    • Thunderbolt Port One (Thunderbolt 2 compatible)
  • A/D – D/A Conversion
    • Supported Sample Rates (kHz) 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192
    • Bit Depth Per Sample 24
    • Simultaneous A/D conversion Two channels
    • Simultaneous D/A conversion Six channels
    • Analog Round-Trip Latency 1.1 milliseconds @ 96 kHz sample rate
    • Analog Round-Trip Latency with up to four serial UAD Powered Plug-Ins via Console application 1.1 milliseconds @ 96 kHz sample rate
Analog I/O
  • Line Inputs 1 & 2
    • Jack Type (combo mic/line balanced inputs) Female ¼” TRS Balanced
    • Dynamic Range (A–weighting) 117.5 dB
    • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A–weighting) 117.5 dB
    • Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise –108 dBFS
    • Common-Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) Greater than 60 dB (10’ cable)
    • Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±0.1 dB
    • Input Impedance 10K Ohms
    • Gain Range +10 dB to +65 dB
    • Minimum Input Level (@ Minimum Gain) 18 dBV
    • Maximum Input Level (@ Maximum Gain) –37 dBV
    • Stereo Level Balance ±0.05 dB
  • Microphone Inputs 1 & 2
    • Jack Type (combo mic/line balanced inputs) Female XLR Balanced (pin 2 positive)
    • Phantom Power (switchable per input) +48V
    • Dynamic Range (A–weighting) 118 dB
    • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A–weighting) 118 dB
    • Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise –110 dBFS
    • Equivalent Input Noise –127 dB
    • Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±0.1 dB
    • Common-Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) Greater than 70 dB (10’ cable)
    • Default Input Impedance 5.4K Ohms (variable via Unison preamp model)
    • Gain Range +10 dB to +65 dB
    • Pad Attenuation (switchable per input) 20 dB (variable via Unison preamp model)
    • Maximum Input Level (@ Minimum Gain, with Pad) 23.8 dBV
    • Maximum Input Level (@ Maximum Gain, with Pad) –31.2 dBV
  • Hi-Z Input
    • Jack Type Female ¼” TS Unbalanced
    • Dynamic Range (A–weighting) 117 dB
    • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A–weighting) 117 dB
    • Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise –101 dBFS
    • Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±0.1 dB
    • Input Impedance 1M Ohms
    • Maximum Input Level (@ Minimum Gain) 10 dBV
    • Maximum Input Level (@ Maximum Gain) –45 dBV
  • Line Outputs 3 & 4
    • Jack Type ¼” Female TRS Balanced
    • Dynamic Range (A–weighting) 118 dB
    • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A–weighting) 118 dB
    • Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise –107 dBFS
    • Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±0.1 dB
    • Stereo Level Balance ±0.05 dB
    • Channel Separation Greater than 120 dB
    • Output Impedance 600 Ohms
    • Maximum Output Level 18 dBV
  • Monitor Outputs 1 & 2
    • Jack Type ¼” Female TRS Balanced
    • Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±0.1 dB
    • Dynamic Range (A–weighting) 115 dB
    • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A–weighting) 115 dB
    • Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise –105 dBFS
    • Channel Separation Greater than 118 dB
    • Stereo Level Balance ±0.05 dB
    • Output Impedance 600 Ohms
    • Output Gain Range –96 dB to 0 dB
    • Maximum Output Level 18 dBV
    • Operating Reference Level +14 dBu, +20 dBu (selectable)
  • Stereo Headphones Output
    • Jack Type ¼” Female TRS Stereo (unbalanced)
    • Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±0.1 dB
    • Dynamic Range (A–weighting) 113 dB
    • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A–weighting) 113 dB
    • Channel Separation Greater than 110 dB
    • Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise –101 dBFS
    • Stereo Level Balance ±0.11 dB
    • Output Impedance 10 Ohms
    • Output Gain Range –INF to 0 dB
    • Maximum Output Power 80 milliwatts into 600 Ohms
Digital I/O
  • S/PDIF
    • Connector Type Optical TOSLINK JIS F05 (shared with ADAT)
    • Format IEC958
    • Supported Sample Rates (kHz) 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96
    • S/PDIF Input Channels Two (Stereo L/R)
  • ADAT
    • Connector Type Optical TOSLINK JIS F05 (shared with S/PDIF)
    • Format ADAT Digital Lightpipe with S/MUX
    • Supported Sample Rates (kHz) 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 172.4, 192
    • ADAT Input Channels @ 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz 1 – 8
    • ADAT Input Channels @ 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz 1 – 4 (S/MUX)
    • ADAT Input Channels @ 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz 1 – 2 (S/MUX)
  • Clock Synchronization Sources
    • Internal, S/PDIF, ADAT (digital clock sync source conditional per selected digital input type)
Electrical
  • Power Supply External AC to DC
  • AC Connector Type Changable blades (UL, VDE, UK, SSA, CCC)
  • AC Requirements 100V – 240V AC, 50 – 60 Hz
  • DC Connector Type Male plug, 2.1 mm x 5.5 mm, center positive
  • DC Requirements 12 VDC, ±5%
  • Maximum Power Consumption 12 Watts
Environmental
  • Operating Temperature Range 32º to 95º Farenheit (0º to 35º Celcius)
  • Storage Temperature Range –40º to 176º Farenheit (–40 to 80º Celcius)
  • Operating Humidity Range 20% to 80%
Mechanical
  • Dimensions
    • Width 6.31”
    • Height 2.60”
    • Depth, Chassis Only 5.86”
    • Depth, Including Knob & Jack Protrusions 6.20”
    • Shipping Box (Length x Width x Height) 8” x 8” x 5.5” (20.32cm x 20.32cm x 13.97cm)
  • Weight
    • Shipping Weight (with box & accessories) 3.85 pounds
    • Weight (bare unit) 2.35 pounds
  • Package Contents
    • Apollo Twin Unit (SOLO or DUO)
    • External Power Supply with (4) changeable AC connectors supporting USA, Europe, UK, Australia, China
    • URL Card

Docs

Apollo Twin Support Page

Apollo Twin Hardware Manual

Apollo Software Manual

UAD Plug-Ins Manual

UAD System Manual

UA Product Catalog.pdf