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Behringer UCA202 – Low Latency 2 Input / 2 Output USB/Audio Interface with Digital Output for Mac and Windows

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Behringer UCA202 – Low Latency 2 Input / 2 Output USB/Audio Interface with Digital Output for Mac and Windows

 

The Behringer UCA202 is an ultra-compact, bus-powered interface that can link a Windows or Mac computer with any audio gear. There is no setup or special drivers needed.

The interface provides two analog inputs and outputs, as well as an additional S/PDIF optical output for direct digital conversion. The stereo headphone output with dedicated level control allows for monitoring both input and output.

The U-CONTROL download area at Behringer’s website offers a huge software package for recording and editing making the interface a complete audio solution, which provides a connection between the analog and digital domain.

Ultra-flexible audio interface connects instruments, mixer etc. with a computer for recording and playback
High-resolution 48kHz converters for high-end audio quality
Works with a PC or Mac – no setup or drivers required
Stereo headphone output with dedicated level control allows for monitoring both input and output
Additional S/PDIF optical output for direct digital conversion
Powered via USB bus – no external power supply needed
Free audio recording and editing software downloadable at www.behringer.com
UPC: 689076361262
Max Sample Rate/Resolution 48 kHz / 16-Bit
Connectivity
Host Connection USB Type-A (USB 1.0)
Analog I/O 1 x Stereo RCA Input
2 x Stereo RCA Output
1 x 1/8″ (3.5 mm) TRS Headphone Output
Digital I/O 1 x TOSLINK / S/PDIF Output
MIDI I/O None
Performance
Digital Audio
Sample Rates 48 kHz
Compatibility
OS Compatibility macOS 10
Windows XP
Power
Physical
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.46 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.45 x 5.65 x 1.4″

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  1. Ricky

    I’m an Old School hi-end audiophile. I run a laptop PC as a media player into a USB DAC. I used to use this Behringer for both audio playback and for taking analog to digital. The sound quality is equal to what you get out of a typical low cost CD player. It’s really quite decent, but it could be better. I ended up replacing it with a playback only DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) from a local hi-end audio shop. I also paid 5 beans for it. My DAC definitely sounds better. More detail, clarity and in general, a more “organic” quality to wind instruments and voices. But it’s about 15 times the price of the Behringer. And I can’t use the DAC for recording, so I still use my Behringer for that. I’d love to find an A to D converter to replace it that didn’t cost a couple grand. I’ve always seen Behringer products as a good value. You get a lot of performance for your money. There is better gear out there, but it also costs a lot more

    Ricky