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Behringer F-Control Audio Fca202

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The Behringer F-Control Audio FCA202 is an ultra low latency 2 in/ 2 out 24-bit/ 96kHz FireWire a...

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The Behringer F-Control Audio FCA202 is an ultra low latency 2 in/ 2 out 24-bit/ 96kHz FireWire audio interface, an ideal companion for laptop musicians and ingeniously complementing any studio. Its hot features include: Two -" connector inputs and outputs for connecting synthesizers, mixers and more; high resolution 24-bit A/D and D/A converters offering 96 kHz sampling frequency; and volume-controlled headphones for discreetly working on your compositions, even on the road. Reliable Windows XP and Mac OS drivers guarantee low latencies. With the ultra-stable metal construction, the FCA202 easily defies the adversities of travel. And its small dimensions make it an ideal solution for laptop recording. Additional features include two 6-pin FireWire connectors, a security port for Kensington locks and the possibility to power the FCA202 via FireWire or a mains adapter, which is included. The FCA202 package also comes with impressive sequencing software for mobile music production: the Behringer edition of Ableton Live Lite 4.
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  • Verified Customer
    on 03 August 2012
    I work in video production so I'm no audio expert, but when my Motu 828 died yet again I just didn't want to shell out for another at a huge cost, so came across this unit. In its defence its very cheap so im not really complaining that hard, and it will be used as an emergency unit. This issue is the sound is really flat and tinny compared to the Motu but like I say its only cheap so what should I expect? I could live with the flat and tinny but the clicks and noise I cant. No idea why it does what it does but I will shell out for a more robust Unit I guess. Never blame your tools so they say but in this case could I please have a small excuse?