Roland's 2-in/2-out offering features two VS preamps, which are the same those installed in Roland's more expensive Quad-Capture and Octa-Capture interfaces. Its inputs, meanwhile, accommodate both XLR and 1/4-inch jack connections, with phantom power available via the XLRs and a Hi-Z setting on Input 1 for directly connecting a guitar or bass.
Around the back there are balanced 1/4-inch jack outputs and MIDI in and out ports. There's also a front panel headphone output, with independent volume control.
Offering decent build and sound quality, the UA-22 can be powered by USB, an AC adapter (not included) or batteries. All told, it does its job pretty well.45 Stars
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