Line 6 POD Studio UX1 USB Computer Recording Interface

- 512MB RAM minimum (1GB or more recommended)
- 1GB free HD space minimum (10GB or more recommended for recording)
- Drive speed 5400rpm minimum (7200rpm or faster recommended)
- CD-ROM drive
- Internet connection for activation and online features
- One free USB 1.1- or 2.0-compatible port on computer (USB hubs are not supported)
- Mac AU/RTAS/VST and Windows RTAS/VST

- G4 800MHz or better
- OS X 10.4.6 or better

- Pentium IV 1.2GHZ or better
- Windows XP (SP2) or Windows XP x64, Vista 32-bit and 64-bit
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 1.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 9 x 8 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 99-073-0305
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 818-575-3600
(21 ratings)
Submitted July 8, 2010 by a customer from
"Lives up to its promise; must have for travelling soloists on a budget."
Very, very satisfied with the sound and all the 'zero-latency' performance. If only it could also double up as a 4-channel mixed, as I had initially thought it to be...*sigh*

Great tones, great variety. Most of the models and signature patches are quite accurate. Sounds absolutely fabulous when plugged out through my Marshall practice amp. Ultra-low latency and very responsive controls on the models gives you the feel of using real-life stompboxes/amps alright.

Can play only 2 instruments at a time (mic/guitar or guitar/synth), which is kinda of a let down. Can play/record max at 16-bit/44.1kHz. No phantom power for condenser mics. But if you're the kind who mostly 'plays guitar and sings', this is more than optimal. Pod farm 2 is mind-blowing; Ableton Lite & Riffworks - not so (but who uses them anyways...)

Ease of Use
The whole register-and-update-to-Pod-Farm-2 thingy via Line6 Monkey takes some time and is a bit annoying (wonder why it doesn't ship with Pod Farm 2 anyways!)..but once done, it's just plug and play, which is pretty awesome.

Looks a bit plasticy, but at that price are you really expecting something with a metal chasis? I would rather say I like it because of that - it's really light, small and can be easily carried around. Tones and recordings, if tweaked a little bit according to your gear set-up, can sound real pro-quality read more - that's all that I needed, at least. It more than lives up to its promise, I'd say.

You are getting to toy around with gear worth thousands of dollars and play/record sounds which might be impossible to bring out in the real world because of your budget, *and*, even if for nothing else, you are getting a nice USB interface with qulaity ASIO drivers giving incredibly low latency - at this price, it's a helluva bargain!

Manufacturer Support
No manuals with the pack (u gotta donwload the pdfs from their site, but the arrangement is not very intuitive) and Line 6 online support is quite slow. I seriously hope you don't end up getting a defective unit.

The Wow Factor
Oh yes it's a *must* for any recroding guitarist (on a budget) who's serious about his/her tone...the tones are freaking sexy!

Musical Style:
Progressive, Jazz
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