Line 6 External Audio Interfaces user reviews
Line 6 POD Studio UX2 - " Bad" - eric le rouge
This map is leaking, simply because it is unstable. When you find the sound that suits you and that after 2 or 3 minutes, your guitar sound is interspersed with uncontrolled crunches, you want to throw everything out the window. This is all the more pernicious as it is not systematic. Setting the latency and not in question, because of course te...
Line 6 POD Studio UX1 - " Go your way" - Gitaroo
I use this card for almost 2 years now and with the experience I do not have that choice. I tried a sound card in the same medium "m-audio" and I bitterly regret my choice. The only feature that I liked is the ease of use. Most often in sound cards, drivers must be sought from both other and spend hours for optimiza...
Line 6 POD Studio UX2 - " good for beginners" - Duael
I used this card for three years. Purchased used, it begins to show signs of major weakness. The knobs are very cheaps and crack regularly. I do not regret my choice at the time. I love its ease of use, numerous connectors, low latency. I do not like his lack of stability, plastoc side not very reassuring, low pre-amp XLR inputs....
Line 6 TonePort UX1 - " Good for beginners" - k20015
I use it for 3 years but I use it almost over. In fact I now use a Motu 828 MKII which allows me to record more instruments simultaneously. And I bought it mainly for its much lower THD than the Line 6. If I want to make good decision that will be sent in a studio for the re-amp + mix + master, I need the lowest possible THD.
Line 6 TonePort UX2 - " PERFECT!" - Beaaxe
I use it for a year I would say. I used to think about buying a sound card to get a cleaner for my enresitrements sound. I came across this one and I must say that I am still under the spell. I recently bought a new pack with other amp models. I just needed to get my credit card code and launch line 6 license manager to accept the instal...
Line 6 TonePort UX1 - " a good start" - hhub54
I've had more than 5/6 years now and I have not misused. I had not tried before buying. What I like most: a little something practical and portable that can replace without much pretensions, amps and effects racks to save if we take as the computer where it is installed. To play live, I think a bean (pod) is more appropriate. <br...