The only issue with the Zoom UAC-2 usb 3.0 interface is the headphone amp is shit. Meaning you have to have it on full blast to get a loud signal. This is a known problem that's discussed on forums and I found out first hand after buying it. It's a real deal breaker if you like to he creative at night with your phones on.Deep Schulzz wrote:I'm using the Zoom UAC-2 USB 3.0 Interface - since about one year. A very affordable and powerful audio interface with best audio qualities. It needs an Intel CPU I believe - in my case an I7 8700K. Works perfectly for me.
The other issue is that it's difficult for Windows to recognize it's drivers. It's supplied with a chealish Asio driver that windows does not read well. (Works well some mother boards, not so well on others). I have 2 PC's it only worked with one of them.
I ended up returning it back to sweetwater.
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