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Roland UA-11 Duo-Capture

Roland UA-11 Duo-Capture
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RRP: €105.91
Saving: €56.91 (53.73 %)
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item number 259378
sales unit 1 piece
available since May 2011
sales rank 27314
sales rank 27314 at 221 in this category (Details)

Roland UA-11 Duo-Capture, USB Audiointerface 24 Bit / 48 kHz, 1/4-inch Mic/Guitar input with Hi-Z switch for connecting a guitar directly, 1/8-inch stereo input, 1/8-inch and 1/4-inch dual headphone outputs, Dedicated controls for input and output volume, Low latency ASIO driver; direct monitor function, USB bus powered, Cakewalk SONAR X1 LE included (Windows only!)

  • 3-year Thomann warranty
  • 30-day money-back guarantee

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4.3 out of 5 stars

Very practical

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This does just what you expect from the description. Nice solid audio connectors, volume slider design means it can be packed in a suitcase without worry of snapping off volume knobs, and personally I see the light weight as a bonus as the plastic seems sturdy enough (who abuses audio gear like this anyway?). Sound quality for playback is on par with mid priced interfaces, and the input doesn't seem to colour the sound much if at all.

Downside - if you want to use this to record guitar direct, and have high output pickups, the input WILL clip when you play hard. Volume slider does not alleviate this (it clips about the same at any volume), and there is no pad. Not major clipping but enough to distort your transients. I solve this by playing through a vol pedal (has to be active to avoid tone suck). If you have active pups with volume control or play lower output guitars it'll be fine.

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