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Behringer U-Control UCA-202

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Ultra low latency 2 in 2 out USB audio interface with digital output....

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Ultra low latency 2 in 2 out USB audio interface with digital output.
- Ultra-flexible audio interface connects your instruments, mixer etc. with your computer for recording and playback
  • High-resolution 48 khz converters for high-end audio quality
  • Works with your pc or mac-no setup or drivers required. free audio recording and editing software downloadable at www.behringer.com
  • Stereo headphone output with dedicated level control lets you monitor both input and output
  • Powered via usb bus-no external power supply needed
  • Customer Reviews
    • Verified Customer
      on 01 February 2014
      Tickety boo.
    • Verified Customer
      on 23 August 2013
      I bought a second user PC tower which had been owned by a serious game player but I wanted to use it to play DVDs and edit my .wav sound files on Soundforge and create .mp3 for uploading to Soundcloud.com on my R-MEX page Chill Out/Lounge/Downtempo style choons. I looked at a number of options but the price point on this unit made it the one I chose. I was delighted with the ease of installation. I plugged it in and it worked! The sound quality is excellent. It really is just what I wanted and I was delighted to have purchased something that simply worked right out of the box with no set up problems. Recommended.
    • Verified Customer
      on 01 February 2013
      This is a great little box. So good, I bought a second. I needed a low latency interface for both DJing and audio production, but use both Windows and Linux OSs. This is one of the few low latency devices known to work out of the box with linux. In brief, it sounds great, works perfectly and I have no significant gripes. I think too much is made of the basic build quality. It's a small plastic box, but it's not worse than any other small plastic box. It would be nice to have had a 1/4" jack rather than the usual tiny headphone socket, but if you really cared and were handy with a soldering iron it would be simple enough to rebox it with sturdier connectors. It appears you can run two together on the same machine, under either windows or linux. (I use this for DJing.) Note the usb device ID comes up the same on linux, so they can't be uniquely identified that way. Latency wise, it holds up to it's claim. When running 2 devices simultaneously, I get 5ms on a (fine tuned) linux box with an old dual core CPU, and 10ms on windows 7 with a top of the range 8 core CPU and Asio4all. (It does appear linux has a clear low latency advantage.) I can just about get 5ms on both with just 1 device, and could probably get slightly lower on linux if absolutely necessary. Anyway. If you need an audiointerface: instabuy.
    • Verified Customer
      on 11 July 2011
      Used to record speech with a laptop (Audacity). A much higher quality sound than the laptop sound card. Cheap but does the job.
    • Verified Customer
      on 18 April 2011
      I bought this to enable recording onto a laptop - mainly transferring old recordings off vinyl, tape and minidisc. I now have it hooked up to my home computer giving me an input on the desk and feeding either headphones or speakers. It's pretty simple really: stereo line ins and outs, optical out and headphone output with level control (and switch to enable monitoring of the input signal). Small enough to take with you should you need. I've had no problem getting it running in Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux- just a matter of changing the relevant system/ application audio settings and that's it. It looks pretty cheap and plastic, but then it's made of plastic and it is pretty cheap. You can spend a lot more on an audio interface but if you just need something basic to record and play back line level audio it'll do a lot better than the built-in soundcard on most computers. A bargain at the price.