BAJAAO INDIA presents the Behringer Xenyx 1202FX.
The console incorporates a studio-grade 24-bit FX processor with 100 awesome effect presets. The 1202FX also has 12 inputs and an FX send control for each channel. Additionally, assignable CD/tape inputs 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.
It's a fantastic mixer with its pre-loaded effects. You'll really like the solid feel and resistance of the knobs and fader.
Behringer Xenyx 1202FX Specifications:
- Premium ultra low-noise, high headroom analog mixer
- 4 state-of-the-art XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to standalone boutique preamps
- Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQs 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
- FX send control per channel for internal FX processor and/or as external send
- Main mix outputs plus separate control room, phones and stereo CD/tape outputs
- CD/tape inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones outputs
- Long-wearing 60-mm logarithmic-taper fader and sealed rotary controls
- High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Beat budget product and great quality Mixer . The interface is awsum
This little mixer is absolutely fantastic. I use it everyday in my home studio and love it. The preloaded special effects are super. Only negative is no on/off switch and the electric plug if fragile. Otherwise Excellent for studio practice and small venue performances. You will love this mixer.
I have this mixer and also the 1002 model from Behringer. This one is more versatile since it has more mic inputs and the onboard effects. I don't anticipate using any effects other than the reverb for what I want to do. The EQ works well, I was able to use it and a matching transformer to get my acoustic/electric sounding good in the board. You get 2 sets of outputs, plus a record out, plus headphones, so you could use this for recording yourself, recording a band, or running live sound with front of the house speakers and monitors. There is a slight limitation in that you can only do one monitor mix ... it will just be what you are sending to the FOH. Same thing for the headphone jack, but for a lot of purposes, such as solo or small group, this should be fine.I think the FX can be assigned or not assigned to the Control room set of outputs, so that might be useful if you want to put a lot of reverb on the singer's voice as he sings, but not put that on your recording. ( John Lennon liked lots of reverb on his voice, and I like having it on there too in my headphones as I track. )You also have FX send , which you have to return to another channel, so if you have a great effect unit you want to use on one channel, you can patch that in. I like to use the onboard reverb, with just a small amount on the guitar, and a little bit more on the voice to sweeten the sound without being too obvious on the recording.I am using it for home recordings of practice sessions and songwriting. I plan on using this or the 1002 for live sound - vocals and acoustic guitar, banjo and mando - with my powered speakers and perhaps a sub. It also has phantom power if you need that for your mic. Mine are all dynamics, so can't really say much on that besides the fact that it is there on your mic inputs.PROSAccurate ControlsCompactEasy To UseExcellent SoundOnboard ReverbVersatile