Summary: This has outstanding quality. Together with MacBook Air and DJay software it provides basic DJ studio for some home parties and music experimentation. I have bought it based on Behringer product review somewhere else.
Summary: took a few days to get it going and sync it to my pro-tools and adobe audition.and after you set-up there's some gain balancing to tweak but once its all going it sounds great. i record thru it and my yamaha mg mixer to my desktop and laptop with no latency i can hear.its also very clean. its works and sounds way better than any m-audio stuff i had ( which i sold ).
Summary: You know, it has good latency monitoring. (Not great, but good). It can go up to 48kHz Sampling Rate, and can be set up easily. The downside? It only has 2 inputs... both RCA for Left and Right. You need a mixer that will take care of all the recording before hand and have the main outputs bus to these two inputs.
Summary: I have not used this product yet because it won't work on my computer and I have not been able to gather enough information about how to go about it. I wish it had better information and directions with it, it would have been helpful.
Summary: Uses the tape outputs of your mixer. (Also known as Stereo outs, or RCA outs) I've used it for a while, and I just does what it says it will. It transfers the natural sound of your music without any hasle. Is there anything else to say?
Summary: I needed to copy audio from magnetic (reel to reel) tape to my iMac and found the Behringer UCA202 to be perfect for the job. Reasonably priced, reasonably attractive and small in size, I highly recommend this product. I'm sure there are other solutions that cost more and have all kinds of bells and whistles, but simplicity is my favorite "add on".
Summary: I bought this with reservation basis the mixed reviews of "good enough" and "sucks", and my experience was that it does not reproduce sound quality very well at all. I read about poor sound quality and to "make sure the ground wire was used", but ground wire or no ground wire the input from a good amplified tuner was very poor on the ouput side. In other words it "sucks".