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Line 6 Toneport UX8
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Line 6 Toneport UX8

USB audio interface from Line 6 belonging to the TonePort series

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arterimarterim

Line 6 Toneport UX8Published on 05/27/09 at 15:37
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- What technical specifications have motivated your choice?

The irreproachable quality audio, among 8, 8 outputs, the gearbox well suited ...

- For what purpose?

Recording vocals, instruments, ...

- What is your config (Map mother / CPU / Ram / Hard, ...)?

See my config in my profile

- Which instruments or systems (console, prampli, DTD ...) you use it and how connections ...?

Micro Direct static on the UX8 between mic, guitar between instrument. Windows XP SP3. Ableton LIVE7.

USE

- Installation is it done without problem?

No problem, just follow the instructions.

- Have you encountered the incompatibilits?

No; I simply dsactiv audio interface of the...…
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- What technical specifications have motivated your choice?

The irreproachable quality audio, among 8, 8 outputs, the gearbox well suited ...

- For what purpose?

Recording vocals, instruments, ...

- What is your config (Map mother / CPU / Ram / Hard, ...)?

See my config in my profile

- Which instruments or systems (console, prampli, DTD ...) you use it and how connections ...?

Micro Direct static on the UX8 between mic, guitar between instrument. Windows XP SP3. Ableton LIVE7.

USE

- Installation is it done without problem?

No problem, just follow the instructions.

- Have you encountered the incompatibilits?

No; I simply dsactiv audio interface of the PC.

- Is Gnrale configuration is easy?

Pretty simple and very complte in the possibilities of paramtrage

- Is the manual is clear and sufficient? ...?

Yes, there is no need for a 50-volume encyclopedia to operate.

IMPLEMENTATION

- Are the drivers stable?

Very steady. No crash

- Are they often put day?

Yes

- What software do you use most often?

LIVE7, GEARBOX comes with the UX8 and many plugin

- What you get lag?

I remembers me but very low memory and totally inaudible

- How many tracks you record / play simultaneously ...?

I record gnralement track by track, I can read a 20NE tracks without saturation of the PC, away from the.

NOTICE GLOBAL

- How long have you use it?

Since October 2008 I think

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

Plus: The manufacture of quality, audio quality, the possibilities
The least: ???

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

BCA2000 Behringer, 6FIRE of Terateck

- How do you report qualitprix?

Very good. This material does not Quincaille as unfortunately the majority of products.

- With the exprience, you do again this choice ...?

Yes. I absolutely do not have the.
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rrostagnirrostagni

Line 6 Toneport UX8Published on 10/16/13 at 12:39
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great for the price of the card. Connection fairly complete.
Buttons to look a bit "plastic" but it's detail.

UTILIZATION

The unit is fairly stable, the Line 6 website is very well done and offers good support for hardware.

GETTING STARTED

Operation is simple, take a little practice but in the end it's pretty easy to use.

OVERALL OPINION

Good material, the software package is, the recognition is correct, the final map filled his role well and can capture the correct instruments.
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Mister DenisMister Denis

A good bte

Line 6 Toneport UX8Published on 11/21/11 at 13:20
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I was looking for a USB sound card, versatile, including a power supply 48V possdant, modlisations of amps and multiple entries.
I tried it on two PCs for 4 years, including a laptop.
It is often used with a squenceur, and every day as bte sound card.
To date I have used the line inputs, instruments, and microphones (but not for ending for SPDIF).

UTILIZATION

Software: the drivers and amps are still modlisations update APRS four years (as compatible with the UX2, Line6 and other products). I got a variety of Tlcharger backtracks, drumloop, etc. .. sympatoche well.
Sound: I find really beautiful modlisation amps for guitars. For bass and vocals, I have not russi be completely...…
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I was looking for a USB sound card, versatile, including a power supply 48V possdant, modlisations of amps and multiple entries.
I tried it on two PCs for 4 years, including a laptop.
It is often used with a squenceur, and every day as bte sound card.
To date I have used the line inputs, instruments, and microphones (but not for ending for SPDIF).

UTILIZATION

Software: the drivers and amps are still modlisations update APRS four years (as compatible with the UX2, Line6 and other products). I got a variety of Tlcharger backtracks, drumloop, etc. .. sympatoche well.
Sound: I find really beautiful modlisation amps for guitars. For bass and vocals, I have not russi be completely filled. For DIFFERENT effects there is something to please everybody normally (de-esser, compressor, wah, reverb, eq, etc.), but the voice ... I feel like a ceiling. That said, the reverbs are fun.
Latency and operating gnral: the beginners, I t trs concerned about latency in cubase (> 20-30 ms, or if there are pops, if Reduces the size of the memory buffer). In fact, we do not care. Just use the direct monitoring Systm (the choice between what is meant as a monitor is done by soft line6), and the issue of latency does not arise when taking.
Mcanique: after four years there ... say anything. The appearance of the buttons is indniable plastic, but has UX8 plutt fire pace. It is quite difficult because of the dpoussirer granular appearance of metal. I remember taking the USB is quite ticklish. That's it for this: it's good for me.
Line to instruments: It's all good
Pramplis microphones: they are the major weakness of the UX8 must push them to have any background sound, and pousss background .... they blow. We must therefore look for the optimum rglage, a good compromise amplification / breath, a little frustrating.

GETTING STARTED

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OVERALL OPINION

In a word, I would say that UX8 is practical.
It is still save prt: piano / mic / guitar / bass. Squenceur I run, I choose the routing, and go. It is frankly a good bte, it does not move, once connate limitations.
The report quality price trs correct, because I had all the features I wanted in one box.
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Chris MartinsChris Martins

Line 6 Toneport UX8Published on 10/05/07 at 10:27
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Prampli studio USB2 8-channel amplifier with a simulated guitar / bass / voice prampli. 24 bits/96kHz of resolutions: imperceptible latency in my config: 4ms. Trs well on this point.

UTILIZATION

Site amenities as usual in line 6, no particular concern.
A trick even when routing: the gearbox standalone app that does gre Stros two signals simultaneously, so what actually is a double TonePort UX2 interface + / pr 8 channel mic amp ... Not bad, even if we could have the gearbox standalone prfrer gre all 8 channels simultaneously and rel time for some applications, but would probably overload the mchamment PC processor ... If you need the 8 pramplis, they are arranged and clear...…
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Prampli studio USB2 8-channel amplifier with a simulated guitar / bass / voice prampli. 24 bits/96kHz of resolutions: imperceptible latency in my config: 4ms. Trs well on this point.

UTILIZATION

Site amenities as usual in line 6, no particular concern.
A trick even when routing: the gearbox standalone app that does gre Stros two signals simultaneously, so what actually is a double TonePort UX2 interface + / pr 8 channel mic amp ... Not bad, even if we could have the gearbox standalone prfrer gre all 8 channels simultaneously and rel time for some applications, but would probably overload the mchamment PC processor ... If you need the 8 pramplis, they are arranged and clear trouble-free and trs can be applied in the gearbox as it comes with plug whatever happens ... So no big deal but it had to prciser ...

GETTING STARTED

The drivers are ultra stable (as usual), and the sound t much revised up from the UX2 and 1 ... More clear, clean, and wide, particulirement pramplis on microphones that are now as clear as those of the konnekt24 example. It lacked a little nothing of the old to make real good pramplis trs: it's done. If we add the plug derrire gearbox, is a frankly stunning potato and clarity of characters and especially ...

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent quality price for this interface (which again from line6 throws a big pav in sick), well Designed trs. Some will find many ways to rler, but it would return 10 years in rear to see what was the era for the same price (dj only allowed us to double that April 1 minidisc tracks for those who taient the dj), so happy ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: Toneport UX8
  • Series: TonePort
  • Category: USB audio interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 02/13/2008

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