#1
Can anyone tell me the major differences between these products? I am wanting to do some recording, and want to know which one is the best to get. The UX2 and 2.0 are $200 and the X3 is $400, what is the difference? And if there is one, is there a better method for home-recording for the same price or less?
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#2
The software is basically the same, it's just there's more inputs the more expensive they get. I think the X3 has an XLR port too, not sure. I have the GX and it's fine for recording.
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#3
The X3 will have more stuff, both software and hardware and that's about it. If all you want to do is recording I'd get the UX2, you practically get the same hardware. And to the poster above, the UX2 actually has 2 XLR inputs, both with phantom power (irrelevant unless you have a condenser mic anyhow).
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#4
I knew it was one or the other... Damn it.

For the most part, if you are recording vocals you won't need phantom power so that shouldn't really bother you. (Not that you can't use a condenser mic for vocals, just most people use dynamic ones like the SM58 etc).

Personally I would save the money and buy a cheaper one. They all do the same shit in a round-a-bout way anyway.
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#5
I'd most certainly go with the UX2 for recording! The Pods are completely different kind of hardware.
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