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The XENYX 1002B shares many of the features of Behringer's larger mixers, including XENYX mic preamps, phantom...
Rackmounted flexibility with channel EQ, FX, and a monitor channel.
A solid little mixer for the solo artist or duo.
Equally effective in the studio or for use at a live show, the EURODESK SX4882 has 24 independent Mix-B input...
Minor price; major capabilities.
The MICROMIX MX400 not only looks good, but it's a simple mixer that'll help you sound good too.
The XENYX XL3200 from Behringer is an ultralow-noise, high-headroom analog mixer for live, front-of-house,...
8-channel mixer is an ideal keyboard mixer, multipurpose submixer, multitrack monitor mixer, level translator,...
Behringer stepped into the audio electronics market in 1989 to service a market that its founder, Uli Behringer, realized was being ignored by the industry: professional-quality hardware that anyone can afford. Mixers are the heart of a recording studio, and the models that Behringer offers today are solid performers that exemplify the idea that quality should be something available to every audio enthusiast, including hobbyists and start-up studios. If you're looking to load up a road case or built-in studio rack, your first stop will be Behringer's selection of rack-mountable mixers. The Eurorack Pro RX1602 Line Mixer is a good starting point, with 8 channels featuring individual level controls. Looking for something ultra-high-end? You can't miss the X32 Rack Digital Mixer and its little brother, the X32 Core. An impressive 40 input channels and versatile software control make these ideal for the biggest live shows and most demanding installed applications.
A tabletop version of the X32 is also the flagship of Behringer's free-standing mixers, with 32 channels backed up by programmable mic preamps. This X32 is a great mixer if you're transitioning from analog to digital for the first time, since the controls are designed to be as familiar as possible. Of course, many users insist on staying analog, in which case you should turn your attention to the Xenyx series, which caters to every usage scenario with a whole range of channel counts to pick from.
That's just the start of what Behringer brings to the mixer party. Club and DJ mixers like the NOX303 and DDM4000 are excellent options for the entertainers among us. The Europower series, available in a whole slew of shapes and sizes, add EQ and amplification to the mixer to give you an all-in-one piece of gear. The Micromix MX400 is so small that it practically fits in your pocket, making it an easy choice to have on hand if you find yourself a few channels short during sound check and need a sub-mixer in a pinch.
Whatever your purpose is for using a mixer, Behringer certainly has one that's ready to take on the challenge. The diversity of their equipment is one of Behringer's strong suits, so by taking your time to make sure you choose the best option for you, there's no doubt that you'll find exactly what you need.