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Behringer UCA222 U-Control Ultra-Low Latency 2 In/2 Out USB Audio Interface

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  • Ultra-flexible audio interface connects your instruments, mixer, etc. with your computer for recording and playback
  • Revolutionary energyxt2.5 compact music production software included with feature-rich audio/midi sequencer that loads almost instantaneously on all computer platforms
  • Massive software bundle includes audacity audio editor, comprehensive podcasting software and over 150 virtual instruments and effect plug-ins
  • Works with your pc or mac computer—no setup or drivers required
  • Stereo headphone output with dedicated level control lets you monitor both input and output
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Behringer UCA222 U-Control Ultra-Low Latency 2 In/2 Out USB Audio Interface + 2 x RCA/Phono Plugs to 2 X RCA/Phono Plugs 1.2 Mtr (discontinued by manufacturer) + 3.5mm Jack to 2 x RCA Phono Stereo Audio Cable 3m Lead
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight295 g
Product Dimensions18.3 x 14 x 3.6 cm
Item model numberUCA222
Country Produced Inchina
  
Additional Information
ASINB0023BYDHK
Best Sellers Rank 791 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight200 g
Date First Available3 July 2009
  
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Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Ultra-Low Latency 2 In/2 Out USB Audio Interface with Digital Output and Massive Software Bundle

Box Contains

  • 1 x Behringer U-CONTROL UCA222 : Please note that the manual and software is not supplied in the box and needs to be downloaded from Behringer official website.

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    Customer Reviews

    4.3 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By AfterTheEvent on 8 Aug. 2010
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    I have an Thinkpad T60 running Linux. I needed a line-in(put) to transfer some old (family)
    recordings to hard-drive and then to CD.

    The Behringer UCA222 turned out to be an easy solution, less expensive than buying a specialist preamp,
    or usb-tape-recorder, or a usb-record-deck and certainly takes up less room! The built-in monitoring headphone socket, provides noticeably
    better sound that the headphone socket of the laptop. Being able to connect the laptop to the hifi is a bonus and I'd certainly consider buying a UCA202
    for just that purpose.

    I'm also interested in Shortwave utility stations and HF-FAX, I've used the UAC222 with my receiver to generate some
    nice clean weather maps using the Hamfax utility on my laptop. The Analogue to Digital S/N ration is about 89Db,
    a higher ratio would be better but it's reasonably good all the same. One note of caution for those who may be interested,
    if you add gain to the line-input the picture generally gets worse not better! If you are getting solid black and white bars then
    check your mixer settings chances are you have the gain on the line input near maximum.

    I think this is a great product and well worth the price.
    Construction is light but seems solid, I'd prefer a beefier (Headphone) monitor switch but that's a minor gripe.
    Easy to use, and provides added functionality to your laptop (or PC), doesn't cost much. Good fun!
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr Smith on 3 Dec. 2011
    Don't be put off by the relatively low price tag of this product; this is a fantastic piece of kit.

    I was up and running in under 60 seconds, the simplicity is outstanding. The interface gives crystal clear audio results in both recording and playback. I've run my Korg synths and drum machine through this and the audio capture is fantastic, and (so far) I haven't noticed any latency, even with multiple tracks playing and recording at the same time.

    The bundled software is brilliant. I would happily pay the same again (if not more) for the energyXT2.5 DAW that's included. I love it (it's not quite up there with Cubase - but it's pretty damn close!)

    Also the virtual instruments and plug-ins included on the second disk are pretty useable, with some reasonably good analogue synth emulators (they won't replace a Mopho or a Slim Phatty anytime soon, but they are good for sketching up ideas)

    A word of note that if you need to record guitar or vocals you'll need to use some form of pre-amp (personally I've got an old Zoom MRS 802 studio which I plug my mic/guitar into first, and run it into the interface via the studios aux output, it sounds awesome!) - A small mixer with phantom power for a mic would do just as well though.

    A well-deserved 5 stars
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By W. H. J. Yip on 28 Mar. 2013
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    First of all, I want to say this: if you're going to buy a product, read the entire description first. Although the item claims to offer a massive music software bundle (true), you do have to download it from Behringer's website (it's free).

    Okay, onto the review. I recently bought the Behringer 802 mixer, and obviously I needed a way to connect it to my PC. The PC I have is a Dell Optiplex SFF 990 (i7-2600 processor). I looked around for PCI solutions, as I'd prefer to stick a card inside my PC... but since my PC is Small Form Factor, my choices were next to zero. So I had to choose either a USB or firewire solution (the latter isn't worth it at 5 times the cost of the USB solution).

    I had a think about the issue of latency. It's one of those things that can be 'anticipated' by your software, so long as it's not terribly high. And for the price, I expect it to do at least a good if not great job. As it is, this USB Audio Interface does an excellent job. The latency is low, so this gadget does what it sets out to do.

    Some reviewers have complained about it not being 32bit or whatever, but again - read the entire description before buying it - or do a Google search for reviews/specifications. It's unfair to rate this item (which is inexpensive) to something that's far better but costs far more. It's like saying a Ferrari is better than a Ford - which car can you afford to buy? Things should be compared to other items of a similar value or with similar features.

    This item is perfect for:
    * Beginner's home studio
    * PC or Mac with limited or no internal connectivity (i.e.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By G. Ball on 22 Mar. 2010
    I've previously used the headphone out of a laptop to plug into a (fairly decent) amplifier and speakers. Someone recommended this product as a way to improve the sound quality ... and it works. Increased soundstage and more dynamic range - without any software 'audio enhancement' fiddles.

    Have not tried the recording functions or the software, but as a plug-in solution for improved audio quality - it's simple, it's cheap and it works.

    An added advantage is you can have a decent run of cable over the digital (USB) end, which means less chance of interference with a long audio (phono) cable run.

    There is a 'low latency audio driver' that comes with the unit - which I installed later, but didn't notice any difference to the regular plug&play windows driver.
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