Universal Audio Arrow 2x4 Thunderbolt 3 Interface with Solo DSP Processor


Built with a pair of Unison mic preamps, an onboard UAD-2 SOLO Core processor, and a full complement of built-in effects, the UAD-2 SOLO Core processor is a bus-powered behemoth that seeks to revolutionize home recording. Able to record at near-zero latency with readily-available studio effects like EQ, compression, and more, the powerful 24-bit/192 kHz audio conversion gets a formidable supporting cast of a built-in plugin bundle featuring the likes of Marshall Plexi and UA 610-B amp emulations. The power of a studio condensed into a portable, easy-to-use interface.

Product Specs

  • Arrow 2x4 Thunderbolt 3 Interface with Solo DSP Processor
  • Gray
  • 2010s

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Reviews for the Universal Audio Arrow 2x4 Thunderbolt 3 Interface with Solo DSP Processor
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  • Amazing for its size!

    Verified Purchase

    I was in the market for downsizing my interface, I had the Apollo Twin, and was tired of having to always plug it into a wall, this covered everything. I also had upgraded my laptop and so was also looking for a thunder bolt 3 interface and guess what...UAD were ahead of the curve. Brilliant piece of equipment, I can't recommend this device anymore! 5 stars!

  • Downsized successfully!

    Verified Purchase

    I was using an Apollo Twin Quad MKII prior to this with great success, though I felt it was overkill because I rarely tracked more than one channel at a time and never even got close to maxing out the DSP. Granted, I do absolutely no mixing. I wanted to put some in the bank and keep essentially the …

  • B-stock UA Arrow

    Verified Purchase

    This is a fantastic product for this price range. It's portable and has thunderbolt-C plug for new Macbooks: flawless recording capability. UA is still the best.

  • B-Stock UA Arrow

    Verified Purchase

    Looks amazing and works flawlessly. I got a nice deal too.

  • Product Works Fine

    Verified Purchase

    Product works fine after you install the software. It does click when you first get power to the unit, not sure what the clicks are about, but my Focusrite interface also clicked so I guess it's normal?