Value-packed Interface for the DIY Musician
If you’re putting together a home studio, the Behringer U-Phoria UMC404 USB 2.0 audio interface is worth a look. With 4 inputs and 4 outputs, the U-Phoria UMC404 is an excellent choice if you’re a self-recording musician with a minimum of outboard gear. Add four remarkably pure, world-class Midas-designed mic pres and studio-grade 24-bit/192kHz converters to the mix, and you’ve got yourself a complete studio in a box — right on your desktop. Make no mistake, the Behringer U-Phoria UMC404HD USB 2.0 audio interface is packed with value! Got questions? Sweetwater Sales Engineers receive ongoing product training on nearly everything we sell. Give us a call, we’ll point you in the right direction!
Real Midas microphone preamplifier technology onboard
One of the things that really makes the Behringer U-Phoria UMC404HD USB 2.0 audio interface stand out is its genuine Midas preamplifier technology. Known throughout the world of live sound for delivering ultra clear sound with plenty of headroom, Midas preamps are among the most popular mic pres on Earth. What’s more, these preamps come standard with +48V phantom power onboard, so you can use your choice of quality condenser microphones with your U-Phoria UMC404HD. Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer, and turn this U-Phoria UMC404HD into a killer package deal with the perfect microphones and monitors for your complete recording rig.
Direct Monitor function provides latency-free input monitoring
The Behringer U-Phoria UMC404HD USB 2.0 audio interface mix control gives you zero-latency input monitoring, letting you experience your performance clearly, with no delay or lag in the returning signal. It’s a fact – if you can’t hear yourself properly, your performance will suffer. Luckily, the U-Phoria UMC404HD is designed to bring out your best!
Behringer: a brief history
Uli Behringer showed an interest in music technology design at a young age, building his own synthesizer by the age of 16. In 1982, Uli began studying sound engineering and classical piano at the Robert Schumann conservatory in Dusseldorf, Germany. Uli’s defining moment came when he was repairing a signal processor made by a high-end manufacturer. Despite the processor’s expensive price tag, Uli realized that its internal components could be bought for a fraction of the cost. Being a strapped-for-cash student, Uli began building his own signal processors. Before he knew it, other students began requesting equipment from him. In 1989, after being bombarded with more orders than he could handle by himself, Uli created Behringer, Inc.
|Computer Connectivity:||USB 2.0|
|Simultaneous I/O:||4 x 4|
|Number of Preamps:||4|
|Analog Inputs:||4 x XLR/TRS Combo, 4 x 1/4″ (Inserts)|
6 x 1/4″, 2 x XLR, 2 x Stereo, 1 x 1/4″ (Headphones)
|Manufacturer Part Number:||000-BK102-00010|