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Behringer Eurorack UBB1002 10-Input Mixer   

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The Behringer UBB1002 gives you the option of AC or battery power in an extremely flexible mixer with great features and excellent audio quality. It'...Read More

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Ultralow-noise design with optional battery operation for field recording work.

The Behringer UBB1002 gives you the option of AC or battery power in an extremely flexible mixer with great features and excellent audio quality. It's equipped with 2 mono and 3 stereo channels plus a separate stereo tape return channel. All stereo channels have separate gain controls for mic and line inputs, allowing both inputs to be active. Each channel has 3-band EQ plus 2 aux sends, and inserts are provided on the mono channels. Phantom power and balanced inputs and outputs complete a thoroughly professional mixer.

FEATURES
  • Ultralow-noise ULN design with high headroom and ultratransparent audio
  • 2 studio-grade IMP (invisible mic preamps)
  • 130dB dynamic range for 24-bit, 192kHz sampling rate inputs
  • Ultrawide 60dB gain range
  • Low distortion of 0.0007% (20Hz-20kHz)
  • Effective, extremely musical 3-band EQ
  • 10 balanced high-headroom line inputs
  • State-of-the-art 4580 operational amplifiers provide low noise and distortion
  • Postfader FX send and 1 prefader MON send per channel for external FX devices and monitor applications
  • Clip LEDs on all mono channels and dedicated inserts
  • Main mix outputs plus separate headphones and stereo tape outputs
  • Tape inputs assignable to main mix or phones output
  • Switchable phantom power for condenser microphones
  • Long-wearing 60mm logarithmic-taper master fader and sealed rotary controls
  • External power supply for noise-free audio and superior transient response
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
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4.6

(based on 16 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Cutting my demo

I bought this unit for 3 reasons, it's small with a lot of inputs, it can run on batteries and it was affordable. I tested it with several mics, 2 cardioid and 2...Read complete review

I bought this unit for 3 reasons, it's small with a lot of inputs, it can run on batteries and it was affordable. I tested it with several mics, 2 cardioid and 2 condenser. Run straight into the soundcard from the tape output, I've had ideal results. No noise from either mic type or any of the mics tested, the EQ's perform a hundred times better than any popular software's EQ, plenty of gain, LED clip indicator, stereo peak indicator-all the crucial needs for producing a professional mix are met. I did voice as well as guitar and bass recordings. Absolutely nothing left to be desired or any short comings. Straight forward, quality results I would think are competitive with any of the mixers we see from the popular brands. The unit was bought for the intentions of recording, mixing for a drum kit so the master PA doesn't sacrifice so many channels and potentially, on set video work where power may be an issue. Construction is solid but of course, the pots are plastic shaft but proper care should permit for a long life. The power supply is rather hefty, steel chassis of course and the circuitry is nanoboard meaning, all your caps, resistors etc. are SUPER small. Fortunately in this case, this doesn't sacrifice performance. Behringer has a hit and miss reputation, this is a definite hit. Basically it's an entry level, professional grade mixer priced for the general consumer.

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High failure rate, but sounds good.

I acutally love this mixer the way it works and sounds. However, I have gone through two of them already. Good thing I purchased the extended warranty. The thing just dies after using...Read complete review

I acutally love this mixer the way it works and sounds. However, I have gone through two of them already. Good thing I purchased the extended warranty. The thing just dies after using it for 3 weeks. There is something badly wrong with the design when 2 of them fail within the same period of time. If you choose to buy this make sure you purchase the warrenty AND, leave it turned on continuously for at least 3 weeks for a good burn-in. If it is going to fail it will force it to fail sooner instead of later when the warranty expires. Anyway, I will give it one more chance. If the third replacement fails I will go with another brand.

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5.0

Great features and price for an affordable mixer

By Will-Ixggz

from Chicago, IL

Versatile and portable, well-built and dependable.
This mixer has plenty of inputs, and individual tone control on each channel. I like the design of the slider volume controls, which are easier to use than rotary knobs. You can even add more inputs by plugging a smaller mixer into the "Tape IN" channel. Phantom power is supplied to XLR inputs for condensor microphones. This mixer can even run on batteries if you have an outdoor gig (use dynamic microphones instead of condensors which require phantom power and will burn up your batteries quickly). This model does not come with FX, so if you need reverb and other effects, get one of the more expensive Xenyx model mixers. I play in acoustic bands, so I use effects.
I have used my Behringer mixer for over 150 concerts for 7 years, without any problems. (Keep a spray can of electronics cleaner handy to clean and lubricate the sliders and control knobs if necessary.)
There is no better value on the market than Behringer sound equipment. In addition to this mixer, I also own two Behringer guitar amps. If you handle your sound equipment gently and with care (always store the mixer in a good padded mixer bag - I use a Gator brand), yours should last as long as mine has.

 
4.0

Cutting my demo

By Jon Death

from OHIO USA

I bought this unit for 3 reasons, it's small with a lot of inputs, it can run on batteries and it was affordable. I tested it with several mics, 2 cardioid and 2 condenser. Run straight into the soundcard from the tape output, I've had ideal results. No noise from either mic type or any of the mics tested, the EQ's perform a hundred times better than any popular software's EQ, plenty of gain, LED clip indicator, stereo peak indicator-all the crucial needs for producing a professional mix are met. I did voice as well as guitar and bass recordings. Absolutely nothing left to be desired or any short comings. Straight forward, quality results I would think are competitive with any of the mixers we see from the popular brands. The unit was bought for the intentions of recording, mixing for a drum kit so the master PA doesn't sacrifice so many channels and potentially, on set video work where power may be an issue. Construction is solid but of course, the pots are plastic shaft but proper care should permit for a long life. The power supply is rather hefty, steel chassis of course and the circuitry is nanoboard meaning, all your caps, resistors etc. are SUPER small. Fortunately in this case, this doesn't sacrifice performance. Behringer has a hit and miss reputation, this is a definite hit. Basically it's an entry level, professional grade mixer priced for the general consumer.

 
5.0

Perfect drum/sub mixer

By Chas Redmond

from Seattle, WA

I own four of these puppies, two of the older models and two of the newer ones. Thought I'd update the reviews since this continues to be an outstanding unit. None of my 4 units has ever had a problem, one is on permanent loan to a small garage studio run by some friends, two are in drum-kit mic bags where the 5 XLR input is perfect for mic'ing a standard drum kit. One servers duty as my studio sound system controller. A hell-of-a-unit which is rugged, simple, does the job and is fairly clean and quiet - certainly better than some of the environments it gets used in. I wouldn't mind owning two or three more - it's an incredible utility mixer and if you epoxy the powerpack to the back of the unit's steel cage, you can forget about losing the power supply or worrying about extra cords.

 
4.0

Great for simple band practice, not so comp. rec

By duffs

from St. Louis

I have this mixer for almost a year and half and It has served me well. I use this mixer for both practice with my band (just mics for vocals) and recording. Although this is a neat mixer, it does miss some key things. One would be built in effects, the other would be a USB port. Now adding these things would increase the price a little bit, but It would be totally worth it. Using this to record with something besides a computer is fine, but spare yourself the trouble and don't try to just plug it directly into a microphone jack. If your using your computer to record I HIGHLY recommend NOT GETTING THIS MIXER, instead find a USB one. Otherwise this mixer seems to be pretty reliable and stable, if there wasn't those two main problems I'd say buy for sure, but take into account what I said before.

 
5.0

Simple, Effective, Cheap

By Matt-8Udow

from Phoenix, AZ

This thing is simple and effective. Should you use this to record a classical violinist in a 2 million dollar studio: no. Will it work absolutely fine in your garage, on stage at your local gig, or in your home studio setup: YES. 10 channels, lots of good options. EQ and pan on all channels. 2 mono send busses (fx and monitor). Great mixer.

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5.0

Very functional

By 435Studio

from Charlottesville

This is a great mixer for a variety of uses. I use it for EQ on vocal and acoustic guitar prior to recording through a Lexicon Omega. It also works well for a solo act or a duo playing live. Inserts on the mic (mono)channels let you include effects, compression, external EQ, etc., on those channels. Tape In lets you connect your ipod for background music between sets. I find this to be a great value!

 
5.0

very nice

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

We use the two channel euro rack as a simple component in our band p.a. Together with powered speakers, powered monitors and c300 mics it's been very reliable and packs in a fraction of the space as the Mackie mixer. Take it home and plug it into the home p.c. and mixes well there too!

 
5.0

Bargain!

By Karen from St. Lucas

from Milwaukee, WI

I bought this, after a previous disaster involving an inverter, to provide live sound for our church picnic tent service. there was no ac, and I couldn't stand to listen to a generator. I bought one of these, a 300 watt (with a large grain of salt) car amp, and a really big capacitor. This super-cheap rig ran for 3 hours on alkaline 9v batteries in the mixer, and my van battery with no signs of dying soon. The really cool thing is, this is an exceptionally efficient mixer for regular non-battery use. The mic amps are all good, but the first two are extra-quiet "studio grade". I tried a live ambient recording to my laptop through these with an xy condenser mic, and was very pleased with the results. The only thing that I wish it had is a way to temporarily, at least, be able to turn the peak lights back on when running on batteries. It's set up to run without them, presumably to stretch run time. Also, be aware that while on batteries, the phantom power only outputs 18 volts. My active di boxes ran on it just fine.

 
5.0

$ a typo?

By lordofthunder

from Tracy, CA

The Behringer Euro rack UBB1002, for lack of a better term is amazing! I?m a drummer with a home studio. Along with my Fostex 8 track digital recorder, Cad mic?s and Nady headphones I am able to make excellent recordings in an average sized room! This mixer has even expanded me to the point of being able to do some mobile recording for local acts that can?t afford high studio rates. All in all, it?s a highly recommended addition to any studio. With its simple operation procedure, great features and excellent sound, one must wonder if the $ sticker is a typo. BUY IT!

 
5.0

Versatile and compact

By ECSoundman

from Los Angeles, CA

Originally purchased about 4 years ago for live sound reinforcement of acoustic music (fiddle, drum, pipes, Harp, tin whistle, announcing) in a variety of indoor and outdoor venues. I have used this unit in churches, clubs, high school gyms, auditoriums, and outdoor festivals with CD, IPOD, Tape, and other music sources as well. It has always worked flawlessly.

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