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Behringer UFO202 U-phono USB Audio Interface

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  • High-quality usb audio interface connects your turntable, cassette
  • Transfer and restore your valuable vinyl records and tapes to your computer via a simple usb connection
  • Massive software bundle includes audacity vinyl restoration, noise-reduction, editing and recording software, comprehensive podcasting software and over 150 virtual instruments and effect plug-ins
  • Revolutionary energyxt2.5 compact music production software included with feature-rich audio/midi sequencer that loads almost instantaneously on all computer platforms
  • Phono input switchable to line input source
  • Behringer U-PHONO UFO202 : 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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Technical Details
Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions8.8 x 6 x 2.2 cm
Item model numberUFO202
Hardware InterfaceUSB 2.0
Country Produced Inchina
Colour ScreenNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB002GHBYZ0
Best Sellers Rank 2,188 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight118 g
Date First Available29 April 2009
  
 

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High-quality USB audio interface connects your turntable, cassette player, etc. with your computer for recording and playback Massive software bundle includes Audacity vinyl restoration, noise-reduction, editing and recording software, comprehensive podcasting software and over 150 virtual instruments and effect plug-ins EnergyXT2.5 Compact music production software included with feature-rich audio/MIDI sequencer Phono input switchable to line input source Stereo output allows easy connection and playback of computer audio files High-resolution 48 kHz converters Stereo Headphone output with dedicated Level control Works with your PC or Mac computer-no setup or drivers required Powered via USB-no external power supply needed Dimensions 0.87 x 3.46 x 2.36 Weight 0.26 lb

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High-quality USB Audio Interface with Built-in Phono Preamp and Massive Software Package for Digitalizing Your Tapes and Vinyl Records

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I wanted to convert my vinyl records into MP3's on my laptop as they are sitting in my loft. At first I looked at USB Turntables, such as the ION and Numark branded versions, but then came across this little device from Behringer. I have an old conventional turntable (a Dual CS 503-1) with phono leads out of it but understood I would need to have some form of pre-amp to turn the sound level to acceptable levels (I think it is called "line level"). My old turntable would give better results than the cheap looking USB turntables and this device would allow me to connect the turntable directly to the laptop (rather than going through a pre-amp, then the main amp, then having to connnect to the laptop with another lead from the amp). Using the Behringer UFO202 I also spent less than £28 (from Blue Aran), rather than £50 to £100+ for a USB turntable of questionable quality.
I downloaded the latest version of Audacity software from the internet (rather than use the included software discs) as I was led to believe this is a good bit of software for recording purposes. It is also free and very widely used. I connected up the turntable to the Behringer UFO202 and then to my Sony Vaio laptop, which is using Windows 7 Home Premium (32bit version) operating system. I looked at the instructions for Audacity software which are good but not as straight forward as you might think for USB connections, but I did get there in the end. It looked as though it all might work, but then I found that I had to adjust the recording level right down to reduce the distortion (I reduced it to 1 on a ten point scale - it typically should be around 7, I believe). I knew that this could not be right.
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Like other reviewers I have been digitising my vinyl record collection, but I got a distortion on the playback sound I knew was not the records. Having eliminated the turntable and software as culprits, I came to the conclusion that the sound card in my computer just wasn't very good. As I could not replace the internal sound card, my computer is too small, I looked for external options. Enter the Behringer UFO 202, from the product description and user comments it seemed the answer to my prayers.
So I coughed up the money and crossed my fingers. And I am so glad I did. The Behringer has done everything I hoped for and more. There is no distortion, no hiss, the sound is beautifully clear. The sound my much loved records deserve. I am using Golden Records vinyl conversion software, which I already had, and I have had no problems with installation or operation.
As if that wasn't enough the quality of the sound on the other music on my computer, my exCDs and downloads, is hugely improved. I only have a cheap audio system but the increase in depth, clarity, sharpness and immediacy is just fantastic. The 202 will now be a permanent attachment to my computer. I have not even looked at the music creation and editing software that came with it as my focus has been on recording my albums, but I am sure it will provide many hours of enjoyment in the long winter evenings.
A word on Audacity. At first glance it does seem completely baffling (at least it did to me) but once you get the hang of it it is a very good program. There is a quick video guide to the basics on Behringer's website, and there is a small library's worth of tutorials on YouTube.
Praises also for Juno Records, the supplier, I ordered the 202 online over a weekend and it arrived the following Tuesday morning. Top class service.
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Isn't it nice when something just works? I bought this product to transcribe my old vinyl LPs. It has a pre-amplifier for moving-magnet type phono cartridges, so I was able to plug my record deck straight in. The USB driver installed without trouble and the device was immediately recognised as a Windows audio source. It was very easy to use Audacity to record one side at a time and then edit it up into MP3 files. Or, of course you can keep the uncompressed files and enjoy perfect reproduction, if you have enough spare disk space. Audacity even has features that will allow you to remove the effects of scratches on the LP.
Very well designed product with excellent sound quality.
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I have previously used a USB turntable and it's convenient and good as far as it goes, but really if you're copying your treasured vinyl you want to make them as good as they can be. So I decided to utilise my 'proper' hi-fi and turntable and thence to record at greater than MP3 bit rates. But there is a problem, if like me you run a laptop, you're unlikely to have the necessary inputs to a sound card. This is where the Behringer box comes in. It take the output from your hi-fi and feeds it into your laptop via the USB. That's basically it.

Of course you need software, and Behringer has made the right decision to steer you to Audacity software. A great and free tool for any musician and music lover. Whilst not for simpletons it is certainly easy enough to use and well worth the temporary frustrations of your 'learning curve'. It's a powerful tool that will give endless possibilities for making your vinyl rips as fine as you'd want them.

Windows tip: Your Windows computer may initially think that this USB device is now used for speaker output, so go to control panel-audio and ensure that your built-in speakers are set again as the default.

Thank you Mr Behringer, a fine piece of kit.
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