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A multi-function mixer that provides performance and features at a price that will amaze you.
Ultralow-noise 16-input mic/line mixer with premium mic preamps, FBQ feedback detection, and 24-bit multi-FX...
This 16-input, (4-mono/4 stereo, or 6-mono/2-stereo) mixer has a 24-bit, dual effects processor with 16...
The XENYX X1204USB features premium 12-Input 2/2-Bus Mixer with XENYX Mic Preamps & Compressors, British EQs,...
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.
12 inputs and an FX send control for each channel, 4 mic preamps, and CD/tape inputs assignable to main mix or...
Minor price; major capabilities.
The MICROMIX MX400 not only looks good, but it's a simple mixer that'll help you sound good too.
In 1989, Uli Behringer made a statement: that anyone who wants to be an audio professional should have access to well-made equipment. The way that he made it was by founding the Behringer company. Originally, Uli wanted to be an audio engineer himself, but when he saw the price tags on the gear, he knew right away that a budget-friendly option was needed. Behringer unpowered mixers are some of the results of that revelation, and the fact that they're still widely sought-after nearly three decades later is enough to show that they have what it takes for any studio or live sound system.
A big part of choosing your Behringer mixer comes down to channels. That's the most important difference between similar models like the XENYX X1204USB or XENYX X2222USB, for instance. Each of these is an impressive mixer with some great effects under the hood and the versatility of a USB connection to work with your favorite software tools. The whole Xenyx X line uses the same 24-bit dual-engine FX processor, so choosing between any two units is as simple as deciding how many channels you want.
Of course, form factor is also an important decision. That means size and shape, which naturally have to match the space where your new unpowered mixer is going. For example, when you need something small for a hobby studio, your best bet might be the Behringer Xenyx Q502USB Mixer. Or, for a rack-mounted sound system, the RX1202FX Eurorack Pro Rackmount 12-Input Mixer is a perfect fit. Physically matching your mixer to its new home is always an important consideration.
That makes it easy enough to sum up the process of choosing your own Behringer unpowered mixer. Look for the model with the features you need, the right number of channels and the form factor to fit into its new home. When all of those aspects are aligned, you'll know you've got a mixer you can put on your wish list... and making the final decision will be no problem at all.