I have a UMC404.
Very low latency operation possible in Linux, cheap price, solidly built, good sound. For the money I don't think there's anything quite like it.
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I'm running a MOTU Ultralite AVB and it sees 24/24 or 32/32 channels no problem. I can even get it @96k 24/24 in/out without too much stress on the system I have. The expandability alone will come in handy when the needs grow and very much worth it. Very much worth the $ if you're serious about audio and quality. I had a Behringer UMC204 and it doesn't even compare. I couldn't even get it to work in duplex @48k or above without very noticeable pops and clicks. With everything I spent in Behringer audio products trying to get decent audio you can spend with the MOTU and a great set of Shure SRH840 headphones and get great quality. Most of the Behringer products I have now are broken or just don't work right. This is 3-4 yrs in. Just my experience so far with linux audio support of these devices.
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