Excerpt: I recently was given a ton of records and wish to make CD's with them. I just use the free Audacity to record and with a couple of passes of noise removal I have an excellent recording. Record low volume, (around 2)because it tends to record high. You still have work to do since you have to cut the file into tracks but it's well worth the price. No cons to speak of. You won't be disappointed.
Pros: Consistent, Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Professional Features, Versatile
Excerpt: Bought the UFO202 digital interface to input classical music LPs into new iMac. Took it out box,connected it to turntable leads and computer, messed with a few computer sound input settings, and configured Audacity for input, and I was recording. Sound is very good, superior to a USB turntable I had purchased and returned. Better than taking sound through a amplifier and out tape leads. HIghly recommend it.
Excerpt: I cannot believe how simple this thing is to use. And as reliable as a stone. I use it day after day. it is perfect for transferring cassette tapes to my computer and making them into MP3s. I couldn't think of a better way to do this. I love this little thing, it is just plain awesome. Everything about this thing is great except trying to figure out how to install it on a computer. But when your as computer illiterate as I am, everything is hard to figure out.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: Used this product to digitize some old cassette tapes. Simple, quick setup. Just plugged the tape deck in with RCA cables, plugged the device into the computer using the USB cable and started recording.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Great value, Lightweight
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.