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8 in x 4 out, 24-bit/96kHz interface that works as a standalone mic preamp.

The lightweight TASCAM US-800 interface adds great-sounding multichannel recording and MIDI to your laptop. With 8 inputs (6 analog, 2 digital) and 4 outputs (2 analog, 2 digital) for recording dynamic soundscapes and performances, the US-800 also has 6 XLR microphone inputs with phantom power for use with condenser mic. The TASCAM US-800 interface's premium 24-bit/96kHz converters capture every detail.

The US-800 also includes S/PDIF digital audio in and out as well as MIDI in and out for linking up to your studio. The rugged, lightweight I/O package is ideal for mobile or desktop recording. Other features include stereo RCA analog output for monitoring, standalone-only mode for use as a microphone preamp, and 1/4" and 1/8" stereo headphone outputs.

TASCAM bundles the US-800 USB interface with Cubase LE4 48-track recording software.

FEATURES
  • Provides 8 audio inputs and 4 audio outputs (two analog, two digital) plus one MIDI input and output for a Windows or Macintosh computer
  • Can be used as a standalone microphone/instrument/line preamplifier
  • Up to 96kHz sampling rates at 16/24-bit resolution for superb recording quality
  • Built-in DSP mixer for flexible routing and monitor mixing
  • 2 mic/instrument inputs with XLR/TRS combo connectors on front
  • 4 mic/line inputs with XLR/TRS combo connectors on rear
  • Stereo digital input and output (SPDIF, coaxial)
  • 48-volt phantom power available on each mic input
  • Input level control and signal/overload LEDs on each analog input
  • Analog stereo output (RCA)
  • 2 headphones outputs (3.5mm and 6.3mm)
  • Separate controls for output level and headphones volume
  • USB 2.0 equipped (also supports USB 1.1)
  • Can be USB-powered
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TASCAMUS-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface
 
3.6

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KNOW YOUR SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

For a review of the Tascam US-800, I must preface by saying that computer interfaces tend to get a bad rap due to the inconsistencies in operating systems, software and OPERATORS. Reviews...Read complete review

For a review of the Tascam US-800, I must preface by saying that computer interfaces tend to get a bad rap due to the inconsistencies in operating systems, software and OPERATORS. Reviews are usually written on the basis of extreme satisfaction or vice versa. They are rarely objective. There is no useful information given by frustration rants in other reviews and operator error is no reason to blame the product. I try to provide the need for informative, comprehensive and neutral product evaluation.The first requirement for successfully employing the US-800 and this type of equipment is thorough knowledge of your DAW software parameters and the driver settings. First, the driver has a separate control panel which must be configured. Then, your device parameters must also to be established in the recording software (DAW) preferences. These items must be set properly. Read! Read! Read the manuals!Now about the Tascam US-800 ; This is a fine unit. I wish this were available sooner. I wouldn't have purchased some of the other units I have. It is also a great contender to the Fastrack Ultra Pro which is significantly more expensive and has fewer inputs. The US-800 has six combo inputs which can operate as independent tracks in your DAW. They are monitored in pairs at the output and headphone jacks. Odd numbers are routed to the left channel and even are on the right. This is the same configuration used in the stand alone mode (simply not connected to a computer). There are no pan controls. Stand alone means this device can be used as an analog preamp providing six extra mic/line inputs to a mixer.I've read complaints of the USB device not being recognized when the computer is re-booted. I have experienced this as well. I found applying power (there is no switch) to the unit after connecting to the USB port each time, corrects the problem. That being said, the US-800 is probably not the interface for casual daily stereo application. I'll still use my Cakewalk for that. If you need to do serious simultaneous multitrack recording, The US-800 is a very worth-while investment. Plug it in to the (always the same) USB port, turn it on, set your DAW device parameters properly and you have a very good portable studio. There is unlimited potential and flexibility. It works great and provides excellent sound quality. It's lightweight and is about ten by six inches. I think it's pretty tough plastic so I'm confident it will hold up well. There are no moving parts beside the controls so there's little concern for mechanical wear. I hope I gave you useful information and some which is hard to find elsewhere. Again, Knowing your device settings is key to solving compatibility issues. It isn't all that complicated. I'm just an average guy and I figured out what I needed to do. I'm using Reaper so I don't see a need to review the included Cubase LE which in my opinion is just a bonus. My Tascam US-800 is definitely a keeper.

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Good basic input

The unit itself (8) - performs great, does everything it should. You should note that it is NOT bus powered, no matter what some online sources say.

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The unit itself (8) - performs great, does everything it should. You should note that it is NOT bus powered, no matter what some online sources say.

The DRIVERS: (2) SO not ready for prime time (even the most current version).
-To use it in your DAW, you have to have the US-800 application open for stable performance (not minimized to your taskbar or system tray - OPEN).-while you DAW is starting, do NOT hit any notes on any connected midi device. You'll blue screen your computer - the instructions say this in the fine print.
-You CANNOT use this as your day to day WDM driver for Windows. Huge memory leak, you can't fix it. You can work around it by running an analog input from the headphone out into 2 channels, or spdif output from your computer to spdif input.

Overall (5): if you want a nice recording only interface for a great price, and are willing to live with quirky drivers (which work well - IF you do everything just right), this is great. If you can't figure out that computery stuff, get a MAC and a PreSonus. US-800 works well for me, though I'm not proud of it. **I owned a Tascam US-122 for years - after several years, they finally got totally stable drivers. I'm hoping it doesn't take that long.
Phantom works well, no problem with inputs. Actually decent recordings of acoustic guitar straight through condenser mic. Recorded 5 tracks simultaneously with no problems. Wish it had 1/4" outs, but a little extra money in adapters and I'm there.

Latency is GREAT for virtual keyboards. I can get it down to 6ms without any dropout. This beats MAC performance on firewire inputs with a stick.
Solid feeling plastic. Pretty lightweight. If you put it on your desk and leave it there, you should be fine.
At what I paid for it, acceptable. On sale - sceamin deal.

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(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

KNOW YOUR SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

By Rick H

from Kenosha WI

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Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

For a review of the Tascam US-800, I must preface by saying that computer interfaces tend to get a bad rap due to the inconsistencies in operating systems, software and OPERATORS. Reviews are usually written on the basis of extreme satisfaction or vice versa. They are rarely objective. There is no useful information given by frustration rants in other reviews and operator error is no reason to blame the product. I try to provide the need for informative, comprehensive and neutral product evaluation.The first requirement for successfully employing the US-800 and this type of equipment is thorough knowledge of your DAW software parameters and the driver settings. First, the driver has a separate control panel which must be configured. Then, your device parameters must also to be established in the recording software (DAW) preferences. These items must be set properly. Read! Read! Read the manuals!Now about the Tascam US-800 ; This is a fine unit. I wish this were available sooner. I wouldn't have purchased some of the other units I have. It is also a great contender to the Fastrack Ultra Pro which is significantly more expensive and has fewer inputs. The US-800 has six combo inputs which can operate as independent tracks in your DAW. They are monitored in pairs at the output and headphone jacks. Odd numbers are routed to the left channel and even are on the right. This is the same configuration used in the stand alone mode (simply not connected to a computer). There are no pan controls. Stand alone means this device can be used as an analog preamp providing six extra mic/line inputs to a mixer.I've read complaints of the USB device not being recognized when the computer is re-booted. I have experienced this as well. I found applying power (there is no switch) to the unit after connecting to the USB port each time, corrects the problem. That being said, the US-800 is probably not the interface for casual daily stereo application. I'll still use my Cakewalk for that. If you need to do serious simultaneous multitrack recording, The US-800 is a very worth-while investment. Plug it in to the (always the same) USB port, turn it on, set your DAW device parameters properly and you have a very good portable studio. There is unlimited potential and flexibility. It works great and provides excellent sound quality. It's lightweight and is about ten by six inches. I think it's pretty tough plastic so I'm confident it will hold up well. There are no moving parts beside the controls so there's little concern for mechanical wear. I hope I gave you useful information and some which is hard to find elsewhere. Again, Knowing your device settings is key to solving compatibility issues. It isn't all that complicated. I'm just an average guy and I figured out what I needed to do. I'm using Reaper so I don't see a need to review the included Cubase LE which in my opinion is just a bonus. My Tascam US-800 is definitely a keeper.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Unit For The Price

By Justin - The Day Before

from Bronx, NY

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Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

While the sound quality and the features are awesome, the build quality is a little less than I'd hope for. For the price, however, there is probably nothing better available. It simplified my setup, as I had 2 separate interfaces to achieve one common goal. Mine had 2 xlr inputs each, so I had a total of 4. It was easy to use as I was very used to it... but this unit definitely cut down some of the work. Having it all in one unit was great. Makes most sense when I'm recording drums, otherwise I just use a 2 mic setup for just about everything else, and I take one of my units with me when I'm on the go, so I still get use out of my old units. But again, the US-800 is an awesome unit that can help any setup that is lacking in the I/O deparptment. The MIDI capability helps keep everything 'all-in-one' as well.
This thing is pretty awesome. Has a ton of inputs and outputs to satisfy any recording setup. The 6 XLR inputs make recording drums pretty easy. The controls on the face are very simple and having 2 headphone jacks definitely helps out when in session, saves me the trouble of having to get a headphone amp or anything. The LEDs show you when you're clipping to help you keep everything in check. Connects easily to the computer via USB cable and installs super easy. Definitely a great unit overall. I used it to record my drummer and made use of all 6 XLR inputs, giving me a much bigger and more defined sound than my old 4 mic setup. The MIDI capability is also great. I use a lot of MIDI for keys and strings and little sound highlights in my music, nothing I didn't already have available, but it's definitely a great addition to any unit.
It is a tabletop unit, but being so small and light, I'd say it makes a great mobile unit as well. That being said, the construction is plastic and inside feels very hollow. I wouldn't really expect this thing to take much of a beating so it would definitely need to be handled carefully when in transport. I pulled mine off the table one day and it made such a horrific crashing sound, I was convinced it exploded.... but it was fine.
The price can't be beat. Really affordable. With most things, you get what you pay for, but with this, you get a lot more features and versatility that you just can't get from other units in it's price range.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Good USB audio interface

By Superpowter77

from fort laudardale

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Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

First at all, this is my first tascam audio interface product. I do have others comparable units as Zoom R24 and Korg D3200, I also have some cheap interfaces from cakewalk(roland) UA-1G and behringer UCA-222. the Zoom R24 and korg D3200 are in another league, plain and simple. US-800 has good basic preamps, multitrack recording is perform in Cubase 5LE/studio with no issues at all.
My laptops have windows 7 32(intel SU4100) and 64 bit(core 2 duo 2.0ghz), 4gb ram each, nothing fancy entry level Netbook and Laptop with SSD drives.
Most people here posting bad reviews need to start reading the manual before and need to have some basic knowledge about usb audio interfaces and the DAW of your preference, no interface is plug and play, you need to do your homework about it.
Regarding the selection of your USB interface, you have better chances to get a smooth DAW integration/recording if you choose the DAW came with. This has been my rule and it simply works. I love cubase which not the easiest DAW to work with, that is why I only choose USB audio interfaces that support it(cubase 5 LE). If you like Sonar then your selection is much more limited, then get a usb interface that supports sonar fully(usually the bundle DAW comes with). If you get stock with you DAW(technical issues) and you call support from them, they will not help you at all, they will ask you to contact the manufacturer directly to help you resolve your issues.
For people with experience, the installation is a breeze.
Mic preamps are not as good as the R24 and D3200.
I made a Multitrack recording using 6 simultaneous channels.the recording made from my motif xs8, korg pa500(w/ dmp3) and psr-s900(w/ BBE 1000 DI) came 100% clean. The recording levels are slightly lower comparing to R24 and D3200. Well you need to push it with preamps(so far I try Art TPS II w/ expensive and matched tube($30), art MP studio V3(replaced the tube as well), DMP3(not modded), avalon U5 and I must say the multitrack recording was simply great on all of them, obviously the U5 is in another league.
For acoustic guitar recording I use: Aura Spectrum DI, LR baggs para acoustic DI, bbe acoustimax and m-audio DMp3, again I got satisfactory to impressive results on all of them.
For Bass recording I use: Aguilar Tone Hammer Bass and Behringer V-Tone BDI21, surprisingly the cheap V-tone performed almost on par with the aguilar unit(regarding recording quality).
Clearly you need some kind of preamp if you really want to get some nice tracks.
For voices I tried the TC Helicon VoiceWorks Vocal Processor got from ebay. I recorded vocals with and without it, results were acceptable for my taste. The mics I used were dynamic ones: EA nd767, nd967 and samson q8.
the multitrack recoding I made was as follows: Channel 1(motif XS8),Channel 2(Female voice), channel 3(Yamaha NCX1200R acoustic electric classical guitar), channel 4(Fender standard jazz bass), channel 5(mezzo soprano female voice), channel 6(Takamine EG522C acoustic nylon electric guitar), that's it channel 7 is for digital IN(coaxial input) and channel 8(MIDI IN)
So this is a truly 6 track multitrack usb interface for a cheap that will work smoothly in a netbook(w/ USB 2.0 and dual core cpu). Latest tascam driver(V1.08) seems to have fixed all issues with this unit(PC environment)
I would recommend 100% this unit if your budget is limited and you are a cubase user.
multitrack 6 channel simultaneous recording
plastic but overall good made and portable.
Actually this is the best value for a 6 input usb audio interface

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Interface on the Cheap!

By SuperSweet

from AZ

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Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

Someone else mentioned the drivers are buggy on Windows 7. I've been using it on 2 Windows 7 machines (a custom desktop and an older laptop) and I've yet to have a single issue. My guess is, there's something wrong with his/her system and it's not optimized properly for recording. Latency on this thing is surprisingly low - I tracked using all 6 inputs the other day at a live show and monitoring during the show, there was nearly no audible difference in latency between what was being recorded and what was heard coming from the stage. Very surprising for a cheap USB device. Also - I've been tracking into Pro Tools 9 just fine with it, using ASIO4ALL drivers.

Overall, the interface is a great little device. Would I use it when I'm recording bands in my studio? Probably not, but I also have access to much more expensive and higher quality gear. For the price you pay for this thing, coupled with the fact that it comes with a Cubase LE4/5 disc (which can be upgraded to the full version for $300, which values the disc alone at twice what this interface is being sold for), there's really not a single negative thing I can say about this interface when compared to others even 2 to 3 times its price.
Feature wise, this thing is great. For the price, you can't go wrong! Try finding an interface with 6 XLR inputs anywhere else for this price, it's not possible! Wish it had 1/4" TRS outputs for monitors on the back, but it's not a big deal, especially at this price. Software mixer is a HUGE plus, I've never seen this included on an interface this cheap!
Surprisingly, this thing is built very well. The knobs are much more sturdy than I expected them to be, and I don't see it failing anytime soon.
For the price, there's no comparison. This thing puts all other USB interfaces in its price range to shame. It might not have the best mic preamps, but for mobile recording and beginners, it can't be beaten.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

great price on a good interface

By jzaxx

from Holland, MI

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Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

I am going to give it an 8 overall. My MOTU 2408 I would give a 9 and the really high end units would get a 10. This is a very good interface to use with a laptop as a portable rig or as a first or second recording rig. A person on a modest budget would be more than happy with the quality. I would buy another one if this one got smashed or something. The MIDI is a really nice feature especially for an individual who doesn't have a band but does a lot of sequencing and soft synth stuff. One box that covers all the I/O you need.
I had been looking for a portable, inexpensive interface for my laptop so when it went on sale I bought one. I have owned a recording studio for over a decade. Does it perform as well as my MOTU interface??? no... but it is very clean, and has very low internal noise. I would buy one again... in fact I might buy another one. I use Sonar and don't care for Cubase personally... the drivers on the disk weren't talking to Sonar so I downloaded the updated drivers from the Tascam site and just like that everything is happy and the interface is working perfectly. I wanted this for recording out of the 4 subgroups along with the stereo outs on the house system at the club I work for. I do live sound for metal shows and wanted to be able to offer bands a good live recording which wouldn't be too painfull to put together during nights when I have 5 or 6 acts. This turned out to be a great fit for that application.
Seems to be well put together and feels solid. The knobs are very smooth and feel like they are of good quality. The housing is plastic but it feels solid. Everything works. No issues.
Best bang for the buck over anything I have used yet. If you are just starting out this would be a good way to go. It's inexpensive, sounds good, and is easy to set up. You may want to forgo the CD ROM and get the newest drivers from Tascam (it's free). I don't use Cubase personally but the LE version that comes with this unit will get you going enough to decide if you want to invest in a full version.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

First Impressions

By AJ Sharenberger III

from Middle Tennessee

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Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

For those sitting on the fence wondering whether to buy because of the reviews---

1) Don't expect it to be plug and play like a printer, etc. There is more to it. You have to install the drivers/plug in the USB/power on the unit/finish installing the drivers. I installed the drivers from the CD and went back and installed the latest drivers from Tascam's website. So far, the Tascam control panel has not appeared on my laptop that I have found, but the unit appears to be functioning in Win 7 home premium anyway.

2) You also have to install your DAW software of choice--if you use the included Cubase LE5, be prepared to go through the elicense setup to install Cubase on your PC.

3) You have to choose the correct drivers on your PC to use the US-800 versus your internal soundcard.

4) Between the drivers and the installation and setup of your DAW software, it can get involved. So you need some time and patience to work through it all before you can start recording with it.

5) Learning to use the DAW software brings its own considerations into play. Prospective buyers may want to research whether they want to start learning with the included Cubase LE5 or pick another DAW software of their choice.

6) My unit included a short owner's manual, a quick start Cubase guide, installation instructions for Windows XP Pro/64x, and a sheet of corrections to the Owner's Manual. The owner's manual says the unit will be recognized only on the same USB port it was installed on, but as I recall, the current drivers available on line indicates this issue has been resolved in Windows. The included Cubase guide was somewhat confusing because it referred to connections to the US-144MKII rather than the US-800. Be prepared to read and sort through all the instructions to make sure you are working with current information that pertains to your computer's operating system.

I can't quite give it a perfect 10 on first impression. If you're a computer literate musician, themoney buys so much more today than in the days when we tried recording with cassette recorders..... I suspect this Tascam would please some student musicians if they have any interest in recording themselves and their friends.
6 xlr inputs, 2 RCA inputs, MIDI in/OUT, 48v phantom power, 1/8 and 1/4 phones out control, and separate monitor level in a case that's roughly the size of a thick netbook PC.

Powered by an external wallwart.

Connects to a laptop via USB. Not all laptops have firewire connectors or even available space for a firewire port to be added. So if a USB is what you need, this one connects by USB.

There is a switch for phantom power, but no on/off power switch for the entire interface.

Cubase LE5 came with mine. Had to go through their elicense procedure to register in order to get a license key to use Cubase.
Looks pretty decent and doesn't feel cheap. It's not overbuilt.

After briefly recording from a keyboard and a vocal mic, my first impression is the audio quality is good. It is a nice feature to be able to have a separate controls for the headphones from the monitor. I did not notice any latency issues, clicks or pops at first impression.

The USB connection into the interface seems slightly wiggily on mine.
It wasn't too long ago that the money might have bought a slightly higher end (for those days) 2 channel internal soundcard. Compare that to the available inputs on the Tascam.

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Best USB audio interface for Linux, Mac, win 7 32 & 64 bit and for the IPAD 2

By giovanni di frisco

from Fort lauderdale

Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

Best for the buck. Preamps are pretty good.
So far I tried condenser mic as rode nt2 with Avalon u5, and dmp3 modded units.
Works great on iPad 2 w/ios5, everything is being recognized in garage band and multitrack daw app
Getting this to work with cubase 5 studio is a pain, I switched to reaper and issues wew gone. Reapers is a much better daw to setup USB audio interfaces.
I tested with Ubuntu, Mandriva latest version 32 bit
Tested and working with snow leopard 10.6
This is the best deal for 8 inputs under $150
My only complain is about RCA outputs instead 1/4" balanced outputs.
Pretty tough plastic construction. Knobs are firm and steady

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beats other systems hands down!

By stewDbass

from Tokyo

Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

Firstly having used an m-audio 8 track device for a while I am happy I swapped over to this. The quality of the dials and the sleek size and design are great. It feels more rugged than other similar interfaces, plus the mic pre-amps are nice and clean and the neutrik connectors on all inputs make it more versatile too. Picked mine up for a great price, happy with it, using it for live drum recordings / field recordings with studio one on a win7 PC 2.4GHz at 1000mhz 8GB RAM. No issues so far!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing product

By Rui Duarte

from Undisclosed

Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

I bought the US-800 to interface directly with Reason 6 and input my guitars and vocals. The computer is a custom build and about a year old with plenty of ram and processing power, but with even an above average sound card, I was just not satisified with the recorded quality and input limitations.

The US-800 is really more than just an interface for plugging in instruments, it's also a self-contained processor (sound card). Now when I launch Reason 6 the output is also bypassing the sound card in the computer and using the Tascam. Set-up was super easy and the results of my test recordings were all 100% clear, without latency and close to what I've done in other studios. I'm impressed at the price, highly recommeneded.
The 8 inputs are more than enough for my home studio and offer plenty of flexibility.
I'll just comment on the product. It is larger than expected in an all plastic casing that feels solid and well designed. The inputs are also plastic and could perhaps suffer some damage if not carefully used. The one thing it lacks is a power button.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good basic input

By RickPlaysBass

from Des Moines, IA

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Comments about TASCAM US-800 USB Audio/MIDI Interface:

The unit itself (8) - performs great, does everything it should. You should note that it is NOT bus powered, no matter what some online sources say.

The DRIVERS: (2) SO not ready for prime time (even the most current version).
-To use it in your DAW, you have to have the US-800 application open for stable performance (not minimized to your taskbar or system tray - OPEN).-while you DAW is starting, do NOT hit any notes on any connected midi device. You'll blue screen your computer - the instructions say this in the fine print.
-You CANNOT use this as your day to day WDM driver for Windows. Huge memory leak, you can't fix it. You can work around it by running an analog input from the headphone out into 2 channels, or spdif output from your computer to spdif input.

Overall (5): if you want a nice recording only interface for a great price, and are willing to live with quirky drivers (which work well - IF you do everything just right), this is great. If you can't figure out that computery stuff, get a MAC and a PreSonus. US-800 works well for me, though I'm not proud of it. **I owned a Tascam US-122 for years - after several years, they finally got totally stable drivers. I'm hoping it doesn't take that long.
Phantom works well, no problem with inputs. Actually decent recordings of acoustic guitar straight through condenser mic. Recorded 5 tracks simultaneously with no problems. Wish it had 1/4" outs, but a little extra money in adapters and I'm there.

Latency is GREAT for virtual keyboards. I can get it down to 6ms without any dropout. This beats MAC performance on firewire inputs with a stick.
Solid feeling plastic. Pretty lightweight. If you put it on your desk and leave it there, you should be fine.
At what I paid for it, acceptable. On sale - sceamin deal.

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