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Behringer UCA202 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
- 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
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BEHRINGER U-CONTROL UCA202
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 computer - 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
- Additional S/PDIF optical output for direct digital conversion
- Powered via USB - no external power supply needed
- High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
- Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany
The UCA202 provides two analog mono inputs and outputs (for monitoring), USB connectivity and an additional S/PDIF optical output for direct analog-to-digital conversion. The stereo headphone output features a dedicated level control and lets you listen to both the input and output.
Imagine the Possibilities...
When used as a professional interface between a mixing console and your computer, myriad options become available. Some of these might include connecting the UCA202 RCA outputs: to the TAPE INPUT jacks of your mixer; to powered monitors or to the input channels on the mixer. Connecting to the mixer input channels allows you to use the Aux Send feature of your mixer to build an extremely versatile monitor mix for recording sessions. These are just a few of the possibilities; let us know how you use your UCA202.
Tons of Free Software
To truly get the most out of your UAC202, you will need recording and editing software. So, we decided to give you lots of free software to choose from.
KRISTAL Audio Engine is a powerful multi-track recorder, audio sequencer and mixer - ideal for anyone getting started with recording, mixing and mastering digital audio. Kristal's main features include:
- Mixing console
- Audio sequencer
- 16 audio tracks
- 32-bit floating point audio engine
- Sample rates from 44.1 to 192 kHz
- 3-band parametric EQ
- 2 VST insert slots per channel
- 3 VST master effect slots
- ASIO low-latency audio driver support
Audacity is an easy-to-use audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems. With Audacity you can:
- Record live audio
- Convert tapes and records into digital recordings or CDs
- Edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files
- Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together
- Change the speed or pitch of a recording
- And much more...
For a fraction of the cost of an over-priced USB audio interface from those other guys, you can have state-of-the-art digital conversion, world-class recording and editing software and hassle-free connectivity between your PC or Mac Computer and any piece of audio equipment.
Bridging the gap between your music and the rest of the world - the BEHRINGER U-CONTROL UCA202.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you have any buzz from a rouge ground mismatch or the extremely common high pitched screeches of electrical interference on a built-in motherboard output (often not well isolated) then this is a quick, cheap and good fix for any and all of your problems. I'm treating it as a versitile "cure all" - a good external sound card for a Raspberry PI, a handy DAC for my noisey motherboard etc etc.
Very portable and has the bonus of a decent headphone output - drives my Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro Headphones - 80 Ohm surprisingly well even though the nominal output is rated for 50Ohm.
Great bit of kit. Has worked flawlessly on everything I've connected it to. Delighted with purchase.
Now honestly I have tinnitus in my left ear and hear a reduced frequency range generally (although I love listening to music and play around with a guitar and with Audacity/Rocksmith). I wasn't expecting to actually hear much of a difference between the laptop sound (via Realtek when it works) and the DAC.. BOY WAS I WRONG. Doing some A/B listening and the difference was night and day! Suddenly the whole soundstage sounded a lot more open and revealing.
I really had no idea that a digital link to the amp vs a 3.5mm analogue connection from the onboard sound could be that different. It's a bit like comparing a 128kpbs MP3 and it's lossless equivalent through good headphones. Shocked was an understatement.Read more ›
This is a straight-forward, two-channel, analogue to digital converter. You plug the stereo analogue source into the two RCA/phono inputs. The USB connection provides the power for the converter and feeds the digital signal through to your computer. I've recorded old 78s (using a phono-preamp) with Audacity (free), Wavepad (free), and Total Recorder. The sound is good; there is no measurable DC offset; the headroom is good (input up to +2dBV = 1.26V). There's a headphone socket with volume control to monitor your input signal. I may be wrong, but the output RCA/phonos just feed the input back out. I looped them to the line input on my PC to monitor with speakers rather than headphones. However (it may be my pc), the recorded digital signal had some DC offset - so I use the h/phones.
With Windows 7 and Windows XP, it was plug-and-play; there's no need for drivers/software other than Audacity (or equivalent) for recording. You can register with Behringer and get a free copy of version 4 of something or another (I've deleted it - it may be useful to others); but there is nothing that you have to download to make it work in W7 or XP.
There are minimal instructions with it. In W7 on my laptop it recorded only in mono. Some Googling led to me going <Control Panel> <Sound> <Recording tab> select the device, select <Properties> and set the configuration. In XP there was no such problem.
An excellent example of stupid cost saving in manufacture fitting sub-standard connectors and spoiling a good product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was stated that when plugged into my Mac it would work immediately with no adjustments. Not so. I had to alter a setting in the Sounds, after which it worked perfectly. Read morePublished 1 day ago by MR DENNIS MOWATT
The link between your mixer and computer works well could be priced cheaper for what it isPublished 1 month ago by Barry B.
OK, there are undoubtedly far better DACS out there, but this little thing is remarkable for the pricePublished 1 month ago by kevin slaney
Great little device. I use mine to power a Little Dot MkIII offboard headphone tube amplifier. Does exactly what it's supposed to and offers way more functionality and sound... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ian A
Behringer's quality control shines through again! - Not. Optical Out didn't work on the unit supplied to me. Waste of time and money.Published 1 month ago by DamianR
When you need ultimate portability nothing touches this. Only lacks a volume control on the output.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The device does what it's supposed to but the main problem is that various flavours of Windows aren't happy when you try to use it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Andrews