Behringer Eurorack MX602A

Behringer Eurorack MX602A

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Eurorack MX602A, Analog Mixer from Behringer in the Eurorack series.

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Behringer Eurorack MX602A tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Eurorack MX602A
  • Series: Eurorack
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 01/09/2006

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Behringer Eurorack MX602A user reviews

Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 19 reviews )
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MGR/Kevin Holmes10/03/2003

MGR/Kevin Holmes's review"Behringer MX602a"

Behringer Eurorack MX602A
I bought this mixer at Guitar Center for $55 as a small solution for an incredibly small home project studio. I'm using a very nice mic (Audio Technica 3035), with the Presonus TubePRE preamp, so I didn't want to cheap out with a crummy mixer.

I was born and raised on Mackie. I've had 3 1402s, a 1604, and a couple of 1202s for various uses in my home and mobile studios.

The only reason I didn't go Mackie today was budget - but I'm not disappointed at all! (read more, my friend!!)

Every Mackie-head that I talked to told me "no way, this is a cheap board from a budget company". Finally, a friend who knew better told me otherwise.

I am amazed at the sound on this thing! The mic preamps are as good as a Mackie and it's QUIET! I'm not comparing them side to side, but I feel the same amazement I originally felt when I plugged in my first Mackie.

I admit... I was hesitant to defect from my Mackie addiction, but with all the features of a 1/2 sized 1202, this board is about one SEVENTH of the PRICE of a 1202.

If you're shopping for a good phantom power preamp, you can't touch a good one for this price.

The pots feel to be pretty good quality. They don't stick or turn very stiff-ly (stiffly?).

The external power supply is not a wall-wart, so you get the benefit of a smaller unit and still get a fairly nice non-grounded plug power supply.

Seperate control room / main mix outputs is kinda nice too.

Considering that for a mixer of this price and size, turnpots will be the standard, rather than sliders; the only other thing that really bugs me is the 3-LED meter. Oddly enough, it's pretty easy to use for referernce.

It has no XLR outputs, which kind of bugs me, but again - size and price are most likely the cause of that too.

The plastic sides bug me, but seem sturdy. As soon as I got it out of the box, I whacked it really hard against the concrete floor to see what would happen (better now than after the warranty expires). I might hesitate to take this on tour with me, but I'd not hesitate to toss it into my luggage (padded in shirts and pants) and fly it with me. It's pretty solid.

The mixer doesn't seem to be manufactured "cheaply". It just feels good. It sits level on the table and the pads keep it from sliding - just a lot more than you'd expect form something this cheap. Heck, I once owned a Radio Shack mixer that cost twice this price that was no where near as cool!

I just got done emailing a handful of Mackie-addicted buddies of mine to tell them about this board. There's no reason why this board couldn't sell for $100 or $125 if you compare to Mackie. However, Mackie is starting to appear overpriced with competition like this.

If you need a board this size and 4 inputs (2 mono mic/line and 2 stereo line) will do ya, then this is a no-brainer. I've got a couple of friends who bought a Mackie 1202 but don't need all the inputs. This would have been a GREAT solution and saved them the price of about 26 pizzas (around $330 difference in price from the Mackie).

Obviously, some people need more inputs etc - but if you are even THINKING about something this size, BUY THIS MIXER.

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MGR/Stephen Hill07/20/2003

MGR/Stephen Hill's review"Behringer MX602A"

Behringer Eurorack MX602A
I bought this mixer for $55 at Guitar Center as a front end for my computer-based recorder.

This unit's flexibility is a big plus. I have a CD player, a tape deck, a keyboard, and a mic plugged into it. Though it is technically a six channel mixer (two mono, four stereo), its routing feature enables you to use the stereo aux return and the tape in as two more stereo channels. Its compact size was a selling point for me, as I don't have much room to put my gear.

I didn't like the metering. With a little restructuring, Behringer could have moved the tape I/O to the main patchbay and had room for a longer meter. Some knobs feel cheap. The tape in can be routed to either the control room/phones out or the main out. The problem is that you cannot rout the tape in to the control room and main mix at the same time. If you try, you still hear it at both ends, but the meters are nonfunctional.

The mixer looks pretty good, and feels nice too. Personally, I don't like the plastic sides, but that's a matter of opinion.

Overall, the Behringer MX-602A is a solid little mixer for the money.

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MGR/Robert Albano12/12/2001

MGR/Robert Albano's review"Behringer Eurorack MX 602A"

Behringer Eurorack MX602A
I bought this unit in Taipei because I currently live in Taiwan. The unit is available in the United States for around $100. The primary reason I bought it is to mix vocal & guitar sounds. However, it can also be used to mix sounds and record them on a cassette deck or computer.

This unit is very inexpensive and very small (about the size of a hardback novel). It's easy to carry and easy to use. The unit can be used with four musical instruments and two microphones. Easily connects to amplifiers, stereos, and other devices.

The only thing I don't like is the instruction manual. The manual is written for those who already have a fairly strong knowledge of sound mixing (and that's not me). Yet the unit is designed for small groups and will probably be the selection of amateur groups who want a functional mixer at a great price.

Extremely good German naufacturing. The unit is sturdy and durable.

This unit is recommended for all musicians who are seeking their first sound mixer. It is convenient, inexpensive, and performs remarkably well.

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FP User10/31/2008

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Behringer Eurorack MX602A
For the price, the number of features is incredible! 100% balanced ins and outs for $69, it is a miracle!

Price paid



Super easy to use


The sound is excellent, again for $69! Of course you cna get better quality if you pay a thousand or more, but frankly the noise floor is very low, perfect for waht I do with it (I use it to control the volume of my amplified speakers 20/20bas).


Looks very solid. metal box. knobs may loosen after a while, i havent had mine for too long so I cant say for sure

I love it! Very useful. Super cheap (again)

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