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Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects  

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    Ready for the gig; ready to record.

    The Behringer X2222USB mixing console takes the 2222FX up a notch, providing all the same great features, plus Behringer's 24-bit, dual engine FX processor, with 16 editable, studio-grade presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter, and multi-effects. User-definable parameters include reverb time and brilliance, delay room size and repetitions, modulation depth and speed, and much more. The audio mixer's time-based functions can be addressed via a handy Tap button. The most recent parameter settings are always stored in memory. The Behringer mixer also features 8 studio-grade compressors with super-easy one-knob functionality and a control LED, so you can take your vocals and instruments to a professional level.

    The Behringer XENYX USB mixer is designed to handle your live gigs, and it provides the state-of-the-art tools you need to make stunning, professional-quality recordings. Along with a built-in USB/audio interface, the XENYX USB mixer comes with all the recording and editing software you'll need to turn your computer system into a complete, high-performance home recording studio.

    Sonically Superior Mic Preamps
    The X2222USB mixer and other Behringer XENYX mixing consoles have one thing in common—great-sounding, high headroom XENYX mic preamps. These state-of-the-art mic pres represent a major step in the evolution of audio technology—and they can easily hold their own, even when compared to the most expensive stand-alone mic preamps. XENYX preamps offer a staggering 130dB of dynamic range, with a bandwidth that extends from below 10Hz to well above 200kHz. Armed with these outstanding mic preamps, Behringer XENYX USB mixers provide such transparent, crystal-clear performance you just might think someone upgraded your mics while you weren't looking.

    Sublimely Musical British EQ
    The British mixing consoles of the 1960s and '70s changed the sound of rock and roll—without them the British Invasion might not have happened. Those legendary mixing desks soon became the envy of engineers and producers all over the world. The channel EQ on the Behringer XENYX mixer is based on that very same circuitry, allowing you to imbue signals with incredible warmth and detailed musical character. Even when applied generously, these equalizers exhibit sweet forgiveness and superb audio quality.

    One-Knob Compression
    Ask professional sound engineers what their favorite piece of external processing gear is and the majority response will be virtually unanimous—dynamic compression. What is compression? Compression essentially limits the dynamic range of a signal, lowering the level of loud sounds and turning up softer sounds, to achieve sonic balance. But applying compression is a delicate art that many novice, and even intermediate, sound techs have great difficulty mastering. Behringer's "one-knob" compression is available on all mono channels and is easy to operate, even for entry-level users. With this one knob, you can easily dial in the perfect amount of compression for instruments and vocals, creating powerful mixes with punch and clarity. This is indeed a rare feature for affordable USB mixers in this class—but standard on all XENYX USB mixers.

    Effective FX
    The Behringer X2222USB mixer features 24-bit dual engine FX processor, with 16 editable, studio-grade presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and multi-effects. Complete with a highly accurate input meter, these effects can be altered to your personal taste via the Parameter control. Time-based functions can be entered manually by pressing the XENYX mixer's Tap button in tempo with the music.

    Recording Bliss
    There was a time when the recording process called for lots and lots of expensive audio gear, which meant the average musician had to buy time at a recording studio—and that time was pricey indeed. But modern technology has put personal recording well within the reach of virtually anyone with access to a computer. How do you get all that music flying around your brain into your computer? That's where the Behringer XENYX USB mixer comes in. Thanks to the built-in, bi-directional stereo USB audio interface, you can connect any of these mixers directly to your PC or Mac computer via a single USB cable. Now any signal source you connect to the mixing console can be recorded directly to your hard drive. Which brings us to software…

    Free Would Be Nice!
    Because you'll want to take full advantage of the Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB mixer's recording and podcasting potential, Behringer's thrown in a massive software package that includes Audacity (the most popular open source audio editor), Podifier, Juice, Podnova, and Golden Ear (a great selection of podcasting software). You're ready to go live on your PC or Mac computer right out of the box! You also get more than 100 virtual instruments and 50 FX plug-ins, turning your computer into a complete home-based or mobile recording studio from input to output.

    energyXT2.5 Compact Behringer Edition Included
    When you're ready to take your recording projects to the next level, XT Software's energyXT is just the trick. This DAW (digital audio workstation) makes it easy to manipulate your audio and MIDI files, turning song ideas into stunning CD or Web-ready recordings. energyXT includes its own multi-FX processor, plus a built-in synthesizer/sampler and a drum machine, both of which can be accessed directly via an external controller (such as Behringer's UMA25S) or programmed in step-write mode.

    Features

    • Premium ultralow noise, high headroom analog audio mixer
    • 8 state-of-the-art XENYX, phantom-powered Mic Preamps comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps
    • 8 studio-grade compressors with super-easy "one-knob" functionality and control LED for professional vocal and instrumental sound
    • Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQs for warm and musical sound
    • Studio-grade FX processor with 16 editable presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter, multi-effects, Tap function and storable user parameter settings
    • Built-in stereo USB/Audio Interface to connect directly to your computer. Free audio recording, editing and podcasting software plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins and ultra-low latency driver included
    • Revolutionary energyXT2.5 Compact Behringer Edition music production software included with feature-rich audio/MIDI sequencer that loads almost instantaneously on all computer platforms
    • 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)
    • Clip LEDs, mute, main mix and subgroup routing switches, solo and PFL functions on all channels
    • 2 subgroups with separate outputs for added routing flexibility
    • Balanced main mix outputs with gold-plated XLR connectors plus separate control room, headphones and stereo tape outputs
    • Control room/phones outputs with multi-input source matrix; rec inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones outputs
    • Long-wearing 60-mm logarithmic-taper faders and sealed rotary controls
    • "Planet Earth" switching power supply for maximum flexibility (100 – 240 V˜), noise-free audio, superior transient response plus low power consumption for energy saving
    • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life

    Order this all-purpose mixer today.

     
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    BehringerXENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects
     
    3.6

    (based on 11 reviews)

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    67%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Easy to use (5)
    • Compact (4)
    • Excellent sound (4)
    • Simple controls (4)
    • Versatile (4)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Performances (4)
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      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Nice mixer, NOT AN INTERFACE

      Picked up this mixer for small shows with my band. We use it to mix drum and vocal mics through our PA, does the job just fine. Effects are average (built in,...Read complete review

      Picked up this mixer for small shows with my band. We use it to mix drum and vocal mics through our PA, does the job just fine. Effects are average (built in, what do you expect) but the compression is actually really decent for something built into a mixer...really nice to have when you're trying to dial in drums and don't feel like dropping more money on compression. Overall, a great mixer for your average band playing small-medium sized gigs when all that needs to be mic'd is drums and vocals. THIS IS NOT AN AUDIO INTERFACE THOUGH. This mixer does not belong in the studio.If you're buying this because you want to record....don't. Yes, it has a USB out...TREAT THAT LIKE ANY OTHER STEREO OUT. It only sends a two channel output to your DAW via USB. Basically all this is good for is recording live shows quickly and cheaply by stealing the main mix and recording to a laptop. You WILL NOT be able to record each channel of this mixer to a separate track in your DAW.....not with this mixer, and not with most other "USB mixers" for that matter. A mixer's job is to mix multiple inputs to one or two outputs....not to interface sound to a computer. It's becoming more and more popular now for mixers to have USB out's but that's just another way to output your mix!IF YOU WANT TO RECORD MULTIPLE INPUTS TO SEPARATE TRACKS VIA USB OR FIREWIRE BUY AN AUDIO INTERFACE.Many people, mostly people new to recording try every way possible to avoid buying an interface....the thing is there is no way around it if you want separate tracks from multiple inputs, which is pretty much required if you're recording drums or multiple instruments at once and want them to sound right.

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      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      Quality control gradually declining

      I feel like a traitor writing this review as I've always been a big fan of Behringer equipment. Between 2004 and the present, I've purchased literally dozens of Behringer products, from mixers to...Read complete review

      I feel like a traitor writing this review as I've always been a big fan of Behringer equipment. Between 2004 and the present, I've purchased literally dozens of Behringer products, from mixers to powered monitors to microphones to digital EQs to crossovers to speaker management units to . . well, you get the idea. I'm sold on Behringer and have been 99.99% satisfied with all my purchases – having had very little problems with their gear . . . until recently.

      The first piece I'd purchased was a Behringer UB2222FXPro mixer in 2004, and I liked it so much that I purchased the upgraded version (XENYX 2222) in 2008 and relegated the original UB2222FXPro to backup mixer status.

      I gigged with the XENYX 2222 five nights a week from 2008 until 2012 when one of my bandmates flipped the stage power switch on and off and blew my mixer's power supply instantly turning it into a boat anchor.

      I could have dusted off my original Behringer UB2222FXPro mixer, but I was intrigued by the individual compressor knobs on the newest version of the mixer, the Behringer x2222usb. So I figured this mishap would give me a good excuse to get the new mixer that I'd been eyeballing.

      After I'd placed my order for Behringer mixer #3, I contacted several repair places hoping to get my fried mixer repaired. But that's a whole other story . . . Suffice it to say, my experience with Behringer has been, in the rare instance of equipment failure, you're time and money ahead to simply pitch the old unit and replace it.

      OK, this is the part of the review where I start feeling guilty – kind of like a modern-day Benedict Arnold. Anyway, I received my new x2222usb; and I eagerly fire it up for my gig that night. No problem, the layout is virtually identical to my two, previous Behringer mixers – with the exception of the little compressor knobs at the top of each channel strip. And those were what I was eager to try out – to fatten up and tame some of the dynamically-errant vocals that I and my bandmates had been known to produce. Hmmmm. . . can't tell much difference. I try several positions of the knob. Not really doing much. I'm mildly disappointed, but maybe it's just me. Nevertheless, the unit does look nice. They've upgraded the trim, and it has a real pro look.

      Next, I go to the effects section to dial in a nice slapback delay for our vocals. I see the effects section is a bit different from the previous two models. Ahhh, they've probably implemented user feedback and have refined these effects. Well, there are lots of presets; but I can't seem to find a good, solid delay suitable for old '50s-style vocals – you know that good old Elvis Echoplex sound. Well, maybe it's just me. Maybe it's in there somewhere, but I just haven't been able to find it.

      Let's see, next I need to EQ the mics to get some of the mud out of our dynamic mics. Even though the mid-band is a parametric EQ, I can't seem to sweep in to the right frequency to cut to clean up those vocals. Hmmmm . . . I guess that is a problem I'd had with their other two models, so I guess it's just me . . or maybe the room . . . or maybe it's our speakers.

      All the above annoyances were pretty much subjective; but here's where things start getting problematic: About six months ago, I noticed some static on my vocal channel. Of course the first thing that came to mind was maybe it was a bad cord. I unplugged the cord and noticed the static was still on the channel. As I turned the input knob up and down, I could hear the noise was linked to the level at which this knob was set. Oh well, I don't use all the channels; so I figured I'd just plug into the adjacent channel and just avoid using that original channel unless absolutely necessary.

      The next thing happened just a few days ago at my weekly Wednesday-night solo gig. On the very last song of the night – the floor was packed – suddenly the most god-awful clatter spewed out of my mains (no, it wasn't my vocals!) All heads on the dance floor swiveled in unison with wide eyes fixed on me as this electronic clatter crescendoed. I frantically fumbled at the mixer and discovered it was coming from the effects section. When I turned down the FX Aux Return knob, the noise immediately disappeared. So, I sheepishly finished the final song albeit very dry without any effects on my vocal. The next night at rehearsal, as I was explaining to the band members what had happened the previous night, this electronic cacophony erupted without warning validating my story. Needless to say, the effects section on this mixer has been officially retired from any future gigs.

      Now for the really awful part . . . I ordered a Peavey mixer today to replace this problematic Behringer!! Yes, there I said it! I've never been a fan of Peavey. Back when they first came out on the scene, the word was that Peavey equipment was substandard. But I guess they have been around for decades now, and you do see a lot of satisfied musicians using their equipment . . .

      So, instead of purchasing another Behringer 2222, I came across a comparable Peavey board (PV14) for a little bit more with good reviews and with two, additional XLR inputs (10 as opposed to 8), a little less routing capabilities and two pounds heavier.

      I really do feel like a traitor. But, who knows, maybe this is the start of something new!

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      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      OK Board with Quality Issues

      By Phrankenstrat

      from Virginia Beach, VA

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Accurate Controls
      • Compact
      • Easy To Use
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • Breaks Easily
      • Fx Break

      Best Uses

        Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

        Bought this board in 2009. A little over a year of use and the FX section makes a horrible noise throughout the mix. Had to ditch and buy and outboard processor. Have heard and seen this exact thing happen to others who have the same board.

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        5.0

        Great to work with and user friendly

        By John

        from Dublin Va.

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Accurate Controls
        • Compact
        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Events
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording
          • Soundtracks

          Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

          The only trouble I had with this mixer was the mics them selves so I bought behringer mics now I am getting high performance out of it only had this for a few months outstanding sound and incredible sound I would by this again and connect as many as I could together never had any other trouble out of it perfect mixer for the price and is great on the usb recording feature would like to have more effects though but that is what a vocal processor is for so I am looking into getting one or as many as I can get.

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          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          I like it!

          By Gman15-18A

          from Oconomowoc Wisconsin

          About Me Experienced

          Ask me a question

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Accurate Controls
          • Compact
          • Easy To Use
          • Excellent Sound
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Performances

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            This is my second Xenyx board. These are very good boards for an affordable price. I have used Yamaha, Sony, Allen Heath, and Mackie boards. The Berhering board holds it own with all of them.

            Comment on this review

            (7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Quality control gradually declining

            By Bird-On-Fire Recording & Mastering

            from Iowa

            About Me Professional Musician

            Pros

            • Inexpensive
            • Lightweight
            • Lots Of Routing Options

            Cons

            • Poor support
            • Quality Control Issues
            • Repair Problematic

            Best Uses

            • Live Performance

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            I feel like a traitor writing this review as I've always been a big fan of Behringer equipment. Between 2004 and the present, I've purchased literally dozens of Behringer products, from mixers to powered monitors to microphones to digital EQs to crossovers to speaker management units to . . well, you get the idea. I'm sold on Behringer and have been 99.99% satisfied with all my purchases – having had very little problems with their gear . . . until recently.

            The first piece I'd purchased was a Behringer UB2222FXPro mixer in 2004, and I liked it so much that I purchased the upgraded version (XENYX 2222) in 2008 and relegated the original UB2222FXPro to backup mixer status.

            I gigged with the XENYX 2222 five nights a week from 2008 until 2012 when one of my bandmates flipped the stage power switch on and off and blew my mixer's power supply instantly turning it into a boat anchor.

            I could have dusted off my original Behringer UB2222FXPro mixer, but I was intrigued by the individual compressor knobs on the newest version of the mixer, the Behringer x2222usb. So I figured this mishap would give me a good excuse to get the new mixer that I'd been eyeballing.

            After I'd placed my order for Behringer mixer #3, I contacted several repair places hoping to get my fried mixer repaired. But that's a whole other story . . . Suffice it to say, my experience with Behringer has been, in the rare instance of equipment failure, you're time and money ahead to simply pitch the old unit and replace it.

            OK, this is the part of the review where I start feeling guilty – kind of like a modern-day Benedict Arnold. Anyway, I received my new x2222usb; and I eagerly fire it up for my gig that night. No problem, the layout is virtually identical to my two, previous Behringer mixers – with the exception of the little compressor knobs at the top of each channel strip. And those were what I was eager to try out – to fatten up and tame some of the dynamically-errant vocals that I and my bandmates had been known to produce. Hmmmm. . . can't tell much difference. I try several positions of the knob. Not really doing much. I'm mildly disappointed, but maybe it's just me. Nevertheless, the unit does look nice. They've upgraded the trim, and it has a real pro look.

            Next, I go to the effects section to dial in a nice slapback delay for our vocals. I see the effects section is a bit different from the previous two models. Ahhh, they've probably implemented user feedback and have refined these effects. Well, there are lots of presets; but I can't seem to find a good, solid delay suitable for old '50s-style vocals – you know that good old Elvis Echoplex sound. Well, maybe it's just me. Maybe it's in there somewhere, but I just haven't been able to find it.

            Let's see, next I need to EQ the mics to get some of the mud out of our dynamic mics. Even though the mid-band is a parametric EQ, I can't seem to sweep in to the right frequency to cut to clean up those vocals. Hmmmm . . . I guess that is a problem I'd had with their other two models, so I guess it's just me . . or maybe the room . . . or maybe it's our speakers.

            All the above annoyances were pretty much subjective; but here's where things start getting problematic: About six months ago, I noticed some static on my vocal channel. Of course the first thing that came to mind was maybe it was a bad cord. I unplugged the cord and noticed the static was still on the channel. As I turned the input knob up and down, I could hear the noise was linked to the level at which this knob was set. Oh well, I don't use all the channels; so I figured I'd just plug into the adjacent channel and just avoid using that original channel unless absolutely necessary.

            The next thing happened just a few days ago at my weekly Wednesday-night solo gig. On the very last song of the night – the floor was packed – suddenly the most god-awful clatter spewed out of my mains (no, it wasn't my vocals!) All heads on the dance floor swiveled in unison with wide eyes fixed on me as this electronic clatter crescendoed. I frantically fumbled at the mixer and discovered it was coming from the effects section. When I turned down the FX Aux Return knob, the noise immediately disappeared. So, I sheepishly finished the final song albeit very dry without any effects on my vocal. The next night at rehearsal, as I was explaining to the band members what had happened the previous night, this electronic cacophony erupted without warning validating my story. Needless to say, the effects section on this mixer has been officially retired from any future gigs.

            Now for the really awful part . . . I ordered a Peavey mixer today to replace this problematic Behringer!! Yes, there I said it! I've never been a fan of Peavey. Back when they first came out on the scene, the word was that Peavey equipment was substandard. But I guess they have been around for decades now, and you do see a lot of satisfied musicians using their equipment . . .

            So, instead of purchasing another Behringer 2222, I came across a comparable Peavey board (PV14) for a little bit more with good reviews and with two, additional XLR inputs (10 as opposed to 8), a little less routing capabilities and two pounds heavier.

            I really do feel like a traitor. But, who knows, maybe this is the start of something new!

            Comment on this review

            (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Nice mixer - but not for recording

            By Guitar2236

            from Minneapolis, MN

            About Me Professional Musician

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Use
            • Excellent Sound
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • Limited Functions
            • Terrible For Recording

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Performances

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            Overall a nice mixer for the money..however.. It would definitely be better to use for live applications rather than recording. While it is, in fact, 'USB" equipped the only thing you can do with it is record a few basic tracks..As an interface it allows you to record 2 tracks and that's about it.. you wont get any VST sounds when playing back as the headphone jack will only deliver dry sound.. consequently I use this only as a mixer so I can plug in all of my recording instruments in and have them readily accessible to record....I use the XLR main outs (eliminates that high pitch noise this unit seems to impart) to go into the inputs of my M-Audio interface - I do not use the mixer usb port at all...that way everything works, ie headphones,midi, vst's, etc.

            As far as live, I use a Fishman solo amp and I bring this along when I need more than the 2 inputs the solo amp provides.. I love the mic pre amps and the shelf eq's.. the effects are not bad and usable in certain situations.. Seems as though it should hold up as well as any other mixer over time.. Key word here is "Mixer"..buy this if you need a mixer..NOT if you are looking to record..there are far better options for recording:)

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            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Good but lacks in recording department!

            By AliveBySunriseSoundEngineer

            from Shreveport, La

            About Me Experienced

            Ask me a question

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Accurate Controls
            • Compact
            • Easy To Use
            • Excellent Sound
            • Solid
            • Well built

            Cons

            • Limited Functions

            Best Uses

            • Events
            • Performances

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            I was a little disappointed I bought this to record with and it does not have 64 bit drivers for windows. If you record come on! You use a 64 bit computer. But other than that it's a great mixer for live shows and events. FX can be a little hard to control but sound great. Love the built in compressor.

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            (19 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Nice mixer, NOT AN INTERFACE

            By Anonymous

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            Picked up this mixer for small shows with my band. We use it to mix drum and vocal mics through our PA, does the job just fine. Effects are average (built in, what do you expect) but the compression is actually really decent for something built into a mixer...really nice to have when you're trying to dial in drums and don't feel like dropping more money on compression. Overall, a great mixer for your average band playing small-medium sized gigs when all that needs to be mic'd is drums and vocals. THIS IS NOT AN AUDIO INTERFACE THOUGH. This mixer does not belong in the studio.If you're buying this because you want to record....don't. Yes, it has a USB out...TREAT THAT LIKE ANY OTHER STEREO OUT. It only sends a two channel output to your DAW via USB. Basically all this is good for is recording live shows quickly and cheaply by stealing the main mix and recording to a laptop. You WILL NOT be able to record each channel of this mixer to a separate track in your DAW.....not with this mixer, and not with most other "USB mixers" for that matter. A mixer's job is to mix multiple inputs to one or two outputs....not to interface sound to a computer. It's becoming more and more popular now for mixers to have USB out's but that's just another way to output your mix!IF YOU WANT TO RECORD MULTIPLE INPUTS TO SEPARATE TRACKS VIA USB OR FIREWIRE BUY AN AUDIO INTERFACE.Many people, mostly people new to recording try every way possible to avoid buying an interface....the thing is there is no way around it if you want separate tracks from multiple inputs, which is pretty much required if you're recording drums or multiple instruments at once and want them to sound right.

            Comment on this review

            (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Hard to beat for the price!

            By Georgio

            from Wash DC

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            Lets face it, this is not a high end mixer, but what it is, is a super reliable USB with great effects! The mixer does more than I need it to do and it does it all well! Highly recommend! No, I'm not honeymooning, I've had it 8 months of regular use.

            Comment on this review

            (8 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Not what you think!

            By Naf

            from Kentucky

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            As a mixer I really love this item. Unfortunately I beleive that the capability of the unit is misrepresented. This unit only has the ability to record one channel into the software at a time. I purchased the Behringer X222usb mixer/usb interface, with the assumption that I could plug in my entire band and be able to record each input on a separate track. There is no mention that the interface is a 2-track, but every insinuation that you will be able to manage MULTIPLE audio signals. Boy am I dissapointed!

            Comment on this review

            (2 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Stay away from Behringer!

            By Sunny VonRocker

            from Michigan

            Comments about Behringer XENYX X2222USB USB Mixer with Effects:

            Great features! Unfortunately the quality on these mixers are horrible. I've had 3 different modals and had nothing but trouble from channels just quitting, effects only on one side, gain knobs that don't work or the whole board just dies all together. Save your money and buy anything else!

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