Reviews and Problems with Behringer U-PHONO UFO202
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UFO202 + Audacity = I Get to Hear My Old Music Again
Earl W,, amazon.com
25 January 2012
Summary: If you have a sound card that accepts RCA inputs, you don't need this little device. But if you are like me and have a laptop that only has a mic input, and have LPs that you want to digitize, this is the tool for you. Simply plug your audio source into the RCA inputs and plug the USB cable into an available port on your computer. If your turntable does not have a preamp, set the switch to "Phono", else set to "Line".
Summary: First of all, I have to say that I purchased this product in order to transfer my old vinyl discs to a digital format. I decided to look for a phono/line to USB interface since I didn't want to be dependent on my sound card(s). I also have to say that I didn't want to spend too much on such an interface. Luckily I did some search on Amazon.com also, and I found this product which was completely new to me.
Summary: I bought the UFO202 from Behringer after multiple failed attempts with a midi unit to digitize vinyl LPs and move them into my iTunes collection. I am using an iMac, + Vinyl Studio. The UFO202 is as simple to use as plug and play. Great product. Does exactly what it purports to do. The directions are to the point and easy to follow. Buying this unit is cheaper than spending more money for a poor quality USB turntable and low quality cartridge.
Summary: I bought the Behringer UFO202 in order to use it as a "Line in" for my Win XP Toshiba Laptop and convert old analog recordings to digital. Unfortunately when the equipment is connected to my computer I have no recording option. "Control panel / Sound / Audio / Volume" - is not available because the computer does not "see" any audio inputs for recording.
Summary: I have 3 of these and just ordered 4 more. The only reason I didn't give five stars is that after two years of daily use two of them now have a bad Phono input, but I can still use the Line input for cassette transfers. So about 700 uses and still going... no brainer, worth every penny.
Summary: Nicely built piece of gear. I use it to copy my vinyl collection to MP3. It comes with a copy of Audacity which works well. You have a choice of a phono input, directly from your turntable or, as I do, use the Tape Out from my HiFi Amplifier into the Line In connector.
Summary: Tranferring cassettes to your computer using the Behringer UFO202 is not a problem at all, but how does one add track marks to the program. I used the Audicity software and also the other software that comes with the purchase. No success.
Summary: Behringer UFO202 Audio Interface I have an Yamaha cvp309 keyboard but unlike the newer keyboards, there is no way to capture an audio file, only a midi file. Now with an ipad2 attached ican sing the vocals capture all into garage band and it was so simple... It will report on the ipad that too much power is required but it WORKS!!!! Its an awesome and easy to use. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS UNIT.
Summary: This little gadget is a great little gizmo. I wanted something with "phono" level inputs to interface my old record player into my computer so I could digitize my LP collection. This little guy is working out perfectly. It was simple to connect to my Win XP machine. The USB device was recognized and everything went smoothly. I did not use the included software. I'm using Goldwave instead to actually record and then edit the records.