Behringer FCA610

6x10 Firewire/USB Audio Interface
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Perfect Mobile Recording Companion!

The Behringer Firepower FCA610 Firewire/USB Audio Interface lets you take control of your audio signal so you can master the tracks however you like! With 2 state of the art MIDAS designed mic preamplifiers, this half-rack-space, travel-ready interface ensures your signal stays pristine and clear. The Behringer FCA610 also features built-in MIDI and S/PDIF I/O, giving you even more recording options to work with. On top of that, you even get Tracktion 4 plus 150 plug-ins for free. Get the Behringer Firepower FCA610 and record instantly on the road today!

Behringer Firepower FCA610 FireWire/USB Audio Interface Features:
  • 6 inputs/10 outputs
  • Audiophile audio interface with 24-Bit/96 kHz resolution for virtually any digital recording/mixing environment
  • 2 MIDAS designed mic preamplifiers, with phantom power, individual Pad, Low Cut and hi-Z
  • Multi-channel audio and MIDI operation via FireWire or USB2.0
  • Coaxial and optical S/PDIF I/O ports
  • 2 powerful Headphone outputs with individual Volume control, Mono and Source signal select
  • Free audio recording, editing and podcasting software plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins downloadable at
Behringer Firepower FCA610 Firewire/USB Audio Interface is the perfect solution if you're recording on the go!

Additional Media

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Tech Specs

Computer Connectivity FireWire/USB
Form Factor Desktop
Simultaneous I/O 6 x 10
A/D Resolution 24-bit/96kHz
Analog Inputs 2 x XLR, 2 x 1/4"
Analog Outputs 8 x 1/4"
Digital Inputs 2 x S/PDIF
Digital Outputs 2 x S/PDIF
Number of Preamps 2
Phantom Power Yes
Rack Spaces Half
Depth 6.3"
Width 9.5"
Height 2.0"
Weight 2.4 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number FCA610

Customer Reviews

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GREAT inexpensive interface

I've used this interface for the past year with Mainstage on my Macbook in a live jazz trio setup. It has performed flawlessly through the firewire connection at every gig. I highly recommend it!
Music background: Pro Musician

Great Interface

Awesome audio quality through my JBL Monitors and Sennheiser 280's. Got a demo unit, on sale, and a pair of 1/4" cables for under $200. Seems to have nice clean pre-amps and converters, with a decent noise floor, especially considering the price, and my budget setup. Versatile (USB/Firewire, multiple types of I/O's), expandable (add 8 mic pre's w/ the ADA8200) and so far, incredibly reliable. Pretty tough to beat at this price point. Would buy again.
Music background: Musician, Producer

FCA610 - Works great

Especially for the value. Works as advertised. Had to increase the buffer size to prevent drop outs. (Thank you to Sweetwater's online trouble shooting tips!).

It DOES work USB, simple fix!

The "not recognized as USB" thing is easily fixed. Sweetwater has a great support team and anyone who buys an item and has a problem should make that their first call! It's a simple matter of powering on while holding the "Digital Select" button. That info is in the tiny print of the manual. If Behringer had printed that on the unit, you wouldn't even need a manual. I've only recorded a few tunes so far, but have not needed the 4-input feature. I really like the layout, and having 2 headphone outs sometimes eliminates a separate headphone mixer. A lot of my studio time involves overdubbing vocals and instruments, and they get their own headphone level and I get mine. The sound is noticeably better than my Echo PCI card (and a couple of other $100-200 USB boxes) and less noise too. I've been home recording for 30 years and this is a purchase I do not regret.
Music background: Pro musician, long time recordist

comes through in the clutch

I needed to record a gig, and needed to do so with a stereo style audio that kept the motion of the vocal characters (our players\singers) as they moved throughout the stage, while still capturing a choral balance for one or two of their sets. This device blew me away. Not only did it perform that task, but I was able to work with a PA sound engineer, who's gear had a balanced output over xlr, so I ran that to a special xlr to 1\4" converter and piped to the back input 3. The L and R are just a rough guide for how to set up the wiring and mic's from what I saw. I was able to set those up just fine, and in my software, I was able to set each mono input to left, right or center, completing the feel of the motion, while allowing me to capture the instrumentals as well, from the third input, which increased the amplitude of the instrumental picked up by the other mic's and also filled out the amplitudes and balanced the levels of the singers\players when are are mixed in. Great product, great output.
Music background: Recording engineer\hobbyist
See also: FireWire Interfaces, Behringer, Behringer FireWire Audio Interfaces, Behringer USB Audio Interfaces