For the remainder of 2019, when you purchase a rackmount Apollo interface from an authorized UA retailer, you are eligible to receive a UAD-2 Satellite DSP Accelerator at no extra cost.
Offer valid only for customers who purchase an Apollo X, Apollo 8 QUAD, or Apollo FireWire rackmount unit new from an authorized UA retailer between October 1st and December 31st, 2019. Offer provides one UAD-2 Satellite OCTO Thunderbolt 3 per Apollo x8p or x16, one UAD-2 Satellite QUAD Thunderbolt 3 per Apollo x6 or x8, one UAD-2 Satellite QUAD Thunderbolt 2 (while supplies last) per Apollo 8 QUAD, or one UAD-2 Satellite QUAD FireWire per Apollo FireWire purchased within the promotional period. UAD-2 Satellite USB or PCIe cards are not available as part of this promotion.
Along with your audio interface and accelerator, you’ll also receive the Analog Classics Plus Plug-In Bundle. It includes RealVerb Pro, UA 1176LN Legacy, UA 1176SE Legacy, Pultec EQP-1A Legacy, Pultec-Pro Legacy, and Teletronix LA-2A Legacy. It also comes with the Precision Mix Rack Collection, which includes Precision Channel Strip, Precision Reflection Engine, Precision Delay Mod, and Precision Delay Mod L.
This promotion cannot be combined with any other concurrently running program/promotion. If this occurs, you will receive the promotional item(s) of greater value.
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