Behringer UCA202 U-Control USB/Audio Interface for Win/Mac £22.75 @ amazon (can also be used as a DAC - review in comments) also avail Behringer UCA222 U-Control Red £22.78 - link in comments.
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Behringer UCA202 U-Control USB/Audio Interface for Win/Mac £22.75 @ amazon (can also be used as a DAC - review in comments) also avail Behringer UCA222 U-Control Red £22.78 - link in comments.

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Found 19th May 2014
Ultra-flexible audio interface connects your instruments, mixer, etc. with your computer for recording and playback

High-resolution 48 kHz converters for high-end audio quality

Works with your PC or Mac computer—no setup or drivers required. Free audio recording and editing software downloadable at behringer.com

Stereo Headphone output with dedicated Level control lets you monitor both input and output

Additional S/PDIF optical output for direct digital conversion

Powered via USB—no external power supply needed

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Edited by: "stealthx" 4th Jun 2014

could you use this to mess about with Traktor?

What's the quality like? Behringer used to be great but they went through a spell of churning out some nasty stuff dunno if it's any better these days or not

Yeah, it's hardly the cheapest USB soundcard so quality is going to determine how hot this should be.

I have used this to do some recording of guitar and voice. It's good enough but obviously USB provides a bit of latency. Bottom line is if you're doing home projects then its fine, otherwise you'll need to pay more for something better.

these work with iPads

EndlessWaves

Yeah, it's hardly the cheapest USB soundcard so quality is going to … Yeah, it's hardly the cheapest USB soundcard so quality is going to determine how hot this should be.


It's only 16 bit so not ideal for music production on a budget. It should come with ASIO drivers which is atypical at this price range although ASIO4ALL might not make that such a big deal.

48 kHz and 16 bit are most definitely not high-resolution. That would be at least 88.2 kHz at 24 bit.

Use this to record mixes from my vinyls, its deffo worth it for £20
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