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I'm converting old analog recordings (LP, tape) to digital. My new computer only had an integrated sound card, and the jacks didn't work well with my equipment. I had to choose between buying and installing a sound card or trying a USB interface. I wasn't certain about the latter. Although the analog material was vintage, and didn't need a high tech solution, I thought USB might be too much of a short-cut. I stumbled on the UFO202. I had been using another great Behringer product already, the Eurorack UB502. I decided to try the UFO202. Just like the Eurorack, Behringer's claims were 100% true. It's not complicated: connect and it works. The device comes with the USB cable, but you'll need cables to connect it the source (turntable, tape deck). And be aware that you'll need to connect a powered speaker to the UFO202 to monitor your work; the output can't be heard on the computer speakers.
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Initial post: Mar 7, 2011 10:49:44 AM PST
Sir John A. says:
Use the U-Phono202 headset port for monitoring.
I just use a spare mp3 player pair.
Posted on Aug 14, 2011 4:09:16 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 14, 2011 4:10:20 AM PDT
R. Phillips says:
Audacity and most other recording applications will let you monitor through the computer if you select the proper settings.
Posted on Feb 1, 2012 5:34:42 PM PST
C. Wilson says:
Hello, does this convertor come with computer software? If so is it user friendly? One more thing, once put into iTunes can you add album art work? I converted a couple lp's several years ago and was unable to add art work. Sounds insignificant but having the art work is important to me. Thank you!
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 1, 2012 6:44:36 PM PST
No, it doesn't come with software. It just acts as a connection device. I don't work with I-Tunes, so I can't help you with your other question; sorry.
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