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Behringer U-PHORIA UM2 Audiophile 2×2 USB Audio Interface with XENYX Mic Preamplifier 1-Channel Audio Interface

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2×2 USB audio interface for recording microphones and instruments
Audiophile 48 kHz resolution for professional audio quality. Maximum sampling rate: 48 kHz
Compatible with popular recording software, including Avid pro tools, Ableton live, Steinberg Cubase, etc.
Streams 2 inputs / 2 outputs with ultra-low latency to your computer, supporting Mac OS X and Windows XP or higher
State-of-the-art, +48 V-powered Xenyx Mic Preamp comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps


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BEHRINGER U-PHORIA UM2 Audiophile 2×2 USB Audio Interface with XENYX Mic Preamplifier

When it’s time to make recording history, you need the best audio interface you can get – and you need one you can count on. The amazing UM2, an ultra-compact 2 x 2, 48 kHz USB interface with a studio-grade XENYX Mic Preamp, combination XLR/TRS input for your vocal and direct instrument input (no DI required) and an additional ¼ ” Instrument Input. The rich feature-set, which also boasts a powerful Phones Output for the Direct Monitoring of your session, plus 2 Outputs and USB-supplied power – makes the UM2 the best, and most-portable recording interface in its class!.You take your tracks seriously, and the UM2 respects them too, providing 48 kHz resolution, for the amazingly-detailed and pristine recording quality your music deserves.The ultra-compact UM2 is totally compatible with virtually all popular recording software including Avid Pro Tools*, Ableton Live*, Steinberg Cubase*, etc., so you can record tracks directly into you favorite computer-based DAW – and mix and master to your heart’s content.The studio-grade XENYX Mic Preamp used in the UM2, has been praised by audio engineers all over the world for its hug-headroom, low-noise operation. These state-of-the-art mic pres represent a major step in the evolution of audio technology – and they can easily hold their own, even when compared to the most expensive stand-alone mic preamps. XENYX preamps offer a staggering 130 dB of dynamic range, with a bandwidth that extends from below 10 Hz to well above 200 kHz. Armed with these outstanding mic preamps, the UM2 provides such transparent, crystal-clear performance you just might think someone upgraded your mics while you weren’t looking.The UM2 Mix control allows direct monitor select, which means musicians can experience their performance clearly.

Specification: Behringer U-PHORIA UM2 Audiophile 2×2 USB Audio Interface with XENYX Mic Preamplifier 1-Channel Audio Interface

Weight 9.1 lbs
Dimensions 6.3 × 8.27 × 3.54 in

7 reviews for Behringer U-PHORIA UM2 Audiophile 2×2 USB Audio Interface with XENYX Mic Preamplifier 1-Channel Audio Interface

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  1. The Board of Review

    Just to give you an idea of where I come from and for comparison’s sake, here the interfaces I own or have owned… Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Gen 2 Focusrite Scarlett Solo Digidesign Mbox2 Avid’s Mbox 3 Propellerhead Balance Presonus Audiobox 22VSL Alesis i02 Express Mackie Onyx Blackjack Behringer Uphoria um2 Behringer UControl UCA222 Behringer Xenyx 1202USB M-Audio MTrack Mk2 Line 6 Tone Port Zoom H4N Recorder/Interface I’ve been recording exclusively in home studio’s(actually all in my apartments spare bedrooms) for the past 10 years plus, so I know a thing or two about setting up to record in less than ideal situations. The audio interface, to me, is a central part of that kind of set up where recording is getting more and more mobile. If having numerous single or dual channel interfaces has taught me anything, its that most of these out there will fit the bill for 90 percent of us recording in our own home. There is not a wildly huge margin of sound quality were talking about here at least when dealing with these “under $300” units, despite what the internet might have you believe. With that said, this little guy was a very pleasant surprise indeed. First off, the Midas preamps caught me off guard in that they were much cleaner and better sounding than other Behringer Mic Pres I’ve heard. For under $70, I got an interface that rivals the now-famous Scarlett 2i2 in terms of sound. Actually, the fact that this one has a pad button for use with high output guitar signals makes it preferable to my Scarlett in many situations. The build quality is very nice and feels durable, and it’s all black and silver casing looks pretty sharp on my desk. It was very easy to set up and was a breeze to get going on my Windows 10 Pro 64 bit PC. Its one of the lowest latency devices I’ve used which is pretty important if you record lots of Vocals and Guitars. I have to say well done to Behringer on this one. At the current price, it simply can not be beat in terms of quality or feature set. Highly recommended.Read more

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  2. Ali Al-Shammari

    IMPORTANT: This review is for UM2 and NOT UMC404HD (Amazon changed the listing) !!! I bought this interface to use with the AT2035 Microphone, it works as advertised but it requires some important setup steps or else it wouldn’t work well – Important STEPS for Windows USERS: 1- (CRUCIAL STEP) You must install the old drivers which are 2.8.40 (DO NOT INSTALL THE ONES FROM BEHRINGER WEBSITE), you can find the old drivers if you google them or look around, if you did not, E-mail me at [email protected] and I will send them to you. NOTE: when I didn’t have any drivers, windows automatically recognized it as a CODEC and when i tried to playback the audio, it had a lot of white noise and hiss, after installing the drivers, all the noises disappeared and it was clear. 2- It is important to note that when using the correct drivers which are the old ones 2.8.40, windows recognizes the microphone input “Line In” as a two channel input (Stereo), however it divides the channels. – XLR (MIC/LINE 1) as the left channel only. – 6.3mm or 1/4″ (INST 2) as the right channel only. – So if you were to plug your XLR microphone and then try to listen to it, you’d only hear yourself through the left channel. If you were to use this in VoIP application, some of them fix it automatically like Discord, though that’s the only one I’ve tested so far, additionally, some in-games chat might fix it automatically like Dota 2. I’ve yet to try it on others. – if you were to use this in a DAW to record music, just set the audio system as ASIO and then choose your driver. it should pick up two different channels (Check photos) then in your tracks you have to manually adjust the Left Channel to “MONO” instead of “Stereo” and then Adjust the Right Channel to “MONO” as well, by doing so, you’d have two separate tracks for the XLR input and the 6.3mm one. I honestly haven’t tested the Instrument jack yet, I will test it soon and update this.Read more

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  3. Marco Antonio

    Ok si no sabes quie es Jaime Altozano deberias buscarlo en youtube en especial este video |” Cómo sonar a estudio con una tarjeta de sonido BARATA 30€. Interfaz de audio Behringer U-Phoria UM2 “| pondria el link pero creo que a amazon no le gustan los links externos, este chico es un experto en cuanto a audio y produccion musical se refiere bien no me enrrollo mas. La CALIDAD es exsageradamente buena por el precio la verdad sin palabras yo compre el kid de audio completo microfonoNeewer NW-800 Profesional Estudio Difusión Grabación Micrófono Condensador y NW-35 Micrófono Grabación Ajustable Suspensión Brazo de tijera Soporte con montaje de choque y Kit de abrazadera de montaje en la reseña del micro subi un video con las prubas con la U-PHORIA y los cablesUgreen Cable extensión XLR Macho a Hembra para micrófono, Full HD MIC cable audio (5 Metro) . la varda es pequeña y liviana perfecta para llevartela a cualquier lugar los controles son muy intuitivos la verdad vale la pena. Si tienes dudas en comprar esta tageta te recomiendo enteramente ver el video de Jaime sobre la U-PHORIA ademas si te gusta todo sobre la produccion musical te va a fascinar. GRACIAS por tomarte el tiempo de leer esta reseña o algo asi es la segunda vez que la escribo la anterior tenia pruebas y fotos pero supongo a que amazon no le gusta los links a los videos del youtube XD y al parecer no la publico ToT pero bueno los quiero y encerio comprenla no se van a arrepentir

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  4. Eklektiker

    Behringer verlinkt als Treiber nur den asio4all. Mit diesem Treiber hatte ich sehr starkes Rauschen im Mikrophoneingang und über den Instrumenteneingang ging gar nichts. Super frustrierend. Es gibt allerdings einen original Behringer Treiber für die Kiste, mit der alles prima funktioniert. Behringer: wieso wird der nicht verlinkt??? Suche auf Youtube nach USB Audio Interface – Behringer UM2 Installing Drivers on WIndows 10 – Step by StepRead more

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  5. James

    Before buying Behringer UM2 I had many apprehensions, since I am do not have much knowledge about music production and related things. Here, I would like to give a detailed account of its usage, so other youtubers and podcasters would not have to do the amout of reasearch that I had to put in. I don’t know how good this is for music. I didn’t hear any hiss even after I cranked up the gain to the max. But for voice recoding, this sounds perfect. Unlike what many people state, I went for a dynamic mic instead of a condenser. That is because, condenser mics including lav mics like Boya are good at capturing all the frequencies, so the overall sound quality would be high. But, they are also good at capturing background noise too. But a dynamic mic ( a 700 rupee Ahuja mic) would be so silent that I was able to record my voice at a pro level when another room was undergoing renovation and masonry work. The gain is just average and I have to give 150% amplification in audacity. Yet, the audio seems to be clean. We have to use an interface like this Behringer, since dynamics mics do not have their own power, so the signal would be too feeble to be picked up by the computer. To use Behringer UM2 , first attach the cable that came with mic to the front left port of Behringer UM2. Mine was an xlr to 6mm connector. The same port in the UM2 can also accept XLR cable. Now, connect a USB cable provided inside to your deskop/laptop. This usb cable is different from the usual USB cables, so you should not lose it. This cable feeds power to the UM2 from the desktop and also sends data to the computer. Finally go to setting (I use linux mint) and make adjustments like the one given in my pic. Thats it.Read more

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  6. iD baba

    Built up quality is good, high quality plastic, small low weight. But Faulty drivers. 48 khz setting changes the pitch. However 44.1khz works ok with mac and windows. Xenyx preamp quality is good but not reliable at the time of recording. Its good with logic pro x though. Driver doesn’t work with pro tools 12.5 hd on windows. Works well with nuendo while mixing but again for recording its less reliable. 48 khz doesn’t work well at all with any daw or any os as it completely changes pitch. And it is a big drawback. No separate knobs for monitor and headphones. Who should buy? – homestudio guys for music production and mixing on nuendo, fl studio or logic pro x on 44.1 khz. Who dont record stuff on mic often. Who shouldn’t buy? ~ who are using pro tools on mac or Windows. And not good for recording purpose with both 44.1 & 48 khz setting. Not good for film sound at 48 khz either!Read more

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  7. Mat

    Behringer have carved out a pretty good niche in the mid-range audio market, and this is another of their “not going to set the world on fire, but also not going to disappoint” products. The mic pre-amp has good sensitivity and low noise, output is strong and virtually noise free, the high impedance input works as expected, the phantom power is stable, and all in all it does exactly what you’d expect without fanfare or hassle. The unit is plastic rather than metal which means it’s pretty light; handy if you want to chuck it in a bag, but I’ve had to put it on middle of my desk rather than on the edge which makes it a bit fiddly, but the weight of a couple of cables kept threatening to pull it on to the floor so I figured I would play it safe. One thing I would moan about is that it on Windows you need to use ASIO4ALL which can be a bit clunky, although on the plus side it means you never need to worry about driver support. (It will work with the generic Windows WDM driver but if you go that route then both inputs are sent through both channels for some reason, which is a pain.) Not much else to say, really. Does what it sets out to do, does it fairly well, and isn’t massively expensive.Read more

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