And its quite cheap. Doesn’t show up in lsusb as well. I use “headphones out” on my Sansui 8 Deluxe Select your rating 5. There were a number of issues to work through with my computer and audio equipment, but no problems at all with the UFO device. Start the Audacity application and begin transferring all your precious memories from the good old vinyl discs!

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How lihux a few pics of PA Vol Ctrl tabs? Is there anything I can do about it? I fired up a live The card does not have any capture devices if anyone runs into this in the future.

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This makes me a little bit wondering!? I must confess that I was truly amazed by some 1, 2 and 3 star reviews. Select all speaker-test -Dhw: I was used to plug it and then turn on the computer but it stopped working this way few months ago for me as well. First of all, I have to say that I purchased this product in order to transfer my old vinyl discs to a digital format.

For anyone searching in future: As a result, the UFO gives some constant noise but cannot be controlled by the mixer. Are PCIe firewire cards generally supported or are they more hit-and-miss? However, now I am trying to get my guitar and mics through, and I am having problems. Speaker out may work for you, but may overwhelm. The Behringer interface delivers a fixed, digital audio level. I also created a new project in Ardour right before I got the uca, and now when I try to open that session, it gives me a warning: Intel [HDA Intel], device 1: Sound is great, noise floor is relatively low.


I had some issues with Xubuntu – xruns and audio glitching where I shouldn’t have them, but I think it was down to something I forgot or did wrong in getting things set up for realtime audio.

Who is online Users browsing this forum: LinuxMusicians creating music freely Skip to content. I had to come off the line ufo02 on my console, not the tape outs.

Next, I’d like to talk about the steps I’ve taken to install it and make it work I’m using XP on a generic hardware platform: I use “headphones out” on my Sansui 8 Deluxe And its quite cheap. I wish I had known this existed a long time ago. I tried Debian again yesterday and it doesnt show up now. As a plus, if powered by behrringer usb power supply, it can act as a stand-alone phono to headset preamp.

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I could hear no sound, so, here’s the output Code: Works as advertised It works as advertised. Sort of nice to know that I’m not the only one struggling with the 2i2.


Achieving low latencies is not possible. I have a Scarlet 2i2 and it no longer shows up in the audio settings. I tried to create a file using the code posted above, with no success.

Strange thing is that if for some reason I have my headphones plugged in to my onboard sound card and then plug in the Scarlett, it doesn’t pick up.

The recording volume from the UFO is a bit low vehringer direct playback. That worked at first, but fairly soon the connection degraded so the sound quality was poor.