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Behringer XENYX 1832FX Mixer
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The Behringer XENYX 1832FX mixer has 18 inputs and 3 aux sends for each channel. Additionally, 2 subgroups with separate outputs have been incorporat...Read More
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The Behringer XENYX 1832FX mixer has 18 inputs and 3 aux sends for each channel. Additionally, 2 subgroups with separate outputs have been incorporated for routing flexibility. Behringer's innovative and affordable Xenyx mixers provide the home recordist and club musician with pristine sound quality and cutting-edge features for very little outlay. The XENYX Mic Preamp approaches the sound quality, transparency, headroom, and even the dynamic range of boutique-style, standalone mic preamps. Behringer's neo-classic "British EQ" brings back the warmth and musicality of those '60s and '70s mega-console desks that made music history. The XENYX FX mixing console incorporates a studio-grade 24-bit FX processor wth 100 real-world and awesome effect presets. The XENYX 1204 mixing console comes with a USB/audio interface for direct plug & play connectivity to your Windows or Mac computer.
- Premium ultra low-noise, high headroom analog audio mixer
- 6 state-of-the-art XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to standalone boutique preamps
- Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQs with semi-parametric mid band for warm and musical sound
- Studio-grade 24-bit stereo FX processor with 100 awesome presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and various multi-effects
- USB/Audio Interface included to connect directly to your computer. Free audio recording and editing software downloadable at www.behringer.com
- 9-band stereo graphic EQ allows precise frequency correction of monitor or main mixes
- Revolutionary FBQ Feedback Detection System instantly reveals critical frequencies
- Breathtaking XPQ 3D stereo surround effect for more vitality and enhanced stereo image
- Voice Canceller function for easy-to-use sing-along applications
- Channel inserts on each mono channel for flexible connection of outboard equipment
- 3 aux sends per channel: 1 pre fader for monitoring, 1 pre/post fader switchable for monitoring/FX applications, 1 post fader (for internal FX or as external send)
- Peak LEDs, mute, main mix and subgroup routing switches, solo and PFL functions on all channels
- 2 subgroups with separate outputs for added routing flexibility and 2 multi-functional stereo aux returns with flexible routing
- Balanced main mix outputs with " jack and gold-plated XLR connectors, separate control room, headphones and stereo tape outputs
- Control room/phones outputs with multi-input source matrix; Tape inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones outputs
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I just had a problem with the RCA jacks but otherwise the thing is pretty solid. There's some bleeding of channels in the headphones but hey, if you just want a mixer with low noise that can mix a small band and have it sound pretty good, you can't beat this little guy.
I've had this for a year and a half now. I use it for the occasional gig and band practice. It's very quiet for live performance and has a lot of great features. I had a Mackie 1604 awhile back and I can't hear a difference. Now, if you're recording, it might be a different story but I can verify it's great for live rock band situations. Like any electronic equipment I own, I baby it so I haven't had any problems in reliablity.
I have had this board for about 2-1/2 years. Only had to send it back once for a replacement b/c my power supply went nad. Other than that no complaints. I'm a DJ and this is what I use. Works great and I highly reccomend it.
i bought this board shortly after christmas to record in my home studio and with the band. I am only 14 so i needed something cheap, yet good...and this was it. I have not used it like yet, but for home recording, it is one of the best. The on board effects are a nice touch, and i simply love the 9band EQ on the thing. Playing things from my computer to my Roland CM-30 cub moniters with the mixers EQ sounds awesome. I would suggest getting this board for any live or recording perposes. you cant go wrong!
I originally bought this mixer to record, but since my purchase, it has become my "all-purpose" mixer. The sound quality is good enough that I can make very decent recordings in my home-studio and then take it to a live performance with me and use it there, also. It packs plenty of features, that I wouldn't expect any mixer of this price to contain. This model is also a particularly good one, because it is one of the larger of the series and also one of the only ones to feature a 9-band equalizer. Overall, I highly recommend this mixer for any venue.
I got this thing about 3 months ago to hook all my drum mics up to and run them into the computer for recording and it works great for that once you figure things out. This is a really good buy if you want to do home-based recording or smaller gigs. It takes a while to figure out what all of the setting do and how to work it. Just to throw this out there for somone about to buy it, the last for rows of inputs with the L(left) and R(right), the sound comes out more on the corresponding side. Email me if you want to ask a question about it, I'd be gald to tell you as much as i can. Overall: Great
I bought this mixer a few weeks ago to record stuff for my band. We record at home in the garage, and this mixer does it all. It's effects and stereo broadening make it sound like professional bands - not to mention the equalizer that every channel has. To play live, you need an amplification deck becasue this is NOT a powered mixer.Also, they say it is 18 input, but that's bull; it's got 6 mic/mono 1/4 channels and 4 stereo channels, and aux returns. The USB recording device that comes with it is awesome; the only problem is that I can't do voice-overs. Might be able to use the aux returns. Also, this one (unlike the other larger mixers) has a 9-band eq that kicks A. It has a stereo broadening system (that is part of the effects), a 3rd bus that is an fx signal send, and a monitor output. Lsstly, it's got a phantom power switch that I haven't used yet.Definitely buy this mixer if you are considereing small venues and homerecording; it will nearly match the sound of the professional recordings.