Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro

Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro

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Eurorack UB1204-Pro, Analog Mixer from Behringer in the Eurorack series.

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Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Eurorack UB1204-Pro
  • Series: Eurorack
  • Category: Analog Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 04/08/2005

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Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro user reviews

Average Score:3.4( 3.4/5 based on 5 reviews )
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moosers's review

Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro
The Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro is a discontinued model of an analog mixer. It has 12 inputs total, with four XLR inputs and preamps, as well as two stereo channels with 1/4" inputs. It also six channels with faders - four of them mono, two stereo, as well as faders for a stereo submix and stereo master output. Each of the channel strips has built in EQ, although it doesn't sound too hot for my taste. It has a bunch of stereo aux return and sends, as well as RCA connections in addition to a number of other routing options, but I have used this in just about as simple of a set up as possible, so I haven't used these features too much.


Even if you don't have any experience with analog mixers, using the Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro is very simple. Behringer is a beginner's company, so pretty much everything that they make is simple to use and understand. If you don't understand the concepts behind analog mixers, I'd suggest doing some research or looking at the manual, but this is pretty much as simple of a little mixer as you can find.


For what I have used the Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro for, it gets the job done, but for anything beyond this, I don't know how well it would work. I use it set up with a pair of Mackie HR824s and Wavelab 5 for editing clips together, so for this type of use the mixer works fine. Having said this, I wouldn't suggest getting this as your mixer for a home studio, unless you are just starting out, and even then I'd recommend straying away from it, as it just isn't necessary. The equalizers aren't very good at all, and I only needed to try them out once or twice to realize this. I haven't used the mic preamps, so I can't say what they sound like.


While they no longer make the Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro, you can definitely find a used one if you wanted to. However, it looks like to me that the newer Behringer models are slightly better than these older ones. Having said that, if you are looking for a dirt cheap analog mixer to get yourself started with, or for simple applications like that I mentioned before, the UB1204-Pro will get the job done, as just about any mixer will. Behringer aims their products at home studio owners, so it won't get too much cheaper than this...
Audiofanzine FR03/15/2009

Audiofanzine FR's review

Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro
(Originally written by ralphadam/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Eight inputs, including four mic inputs with 48V phantom power

L/R master XLR outputs

L/R control room outputs with 1/4" jacks

Headphone output that allows you to listen to each channel separately (using the mute/solo switch). It's convenient for live gigs because it allows you to mix your sources for the FOH system and use two channels for your in-ear monitor system!


Ultra easy setup... You won't need the user's manual! Everything is clear...


I can't say the sound is transparent because I can't compare it with any other product... I can only say it doesn't add noise to the signal even with high gain settings. The sound is always clear and I don't expect more from a keyboard mixer on stage.


I've been using for nearly two years and I haven't had a single problem (not even with the faders). I've used it for several professional applications (large stages with huge PA system, open-air events, shows with lots of fog machines, etc.) and haven't had a problem! Surprising considering the price and the manufacturer's reputation...

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro
So this is a minimalist console rack, 4 slices possdant mono (TRS and XLR), 2 slices Stereo, 2 aux send, 4 return, tape in, tape out ... 4 bus

no effects section (egg?)


plugs as a mixer, it works as a mixer ... no surprise. The manual is very brief ... No grans Mystras ...

oh yeah, no prampli jack on the inputs, so for the microphones, XLR only.


Okay ... it's the small stuff, nice for the price, as we branch out the microphones to the XLR inputs;)

otherwise silent on the trs ok for the price. The equalizer is not really top on the other hand, I like too much, too Adform.

Otherwise, transparency issue is INESPRE for the price.


How long have you use it?
3 days;)

What is the particular feature you like best?

microphone inputs,

the least?

the equalizer

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

no, it's a console that I have to have a sound minimum for a workshop I lead song. It's just a table rptition. I wanted the cheapest possible, not to carry around the more expensive stuff.

How do you report qualitprix?

The construction is cheap trs, but overall the quality-price ratio is pretty impressive for the mixer of the poor.

With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

without a doubt, for the price, eyes closed. (There are who believe their eyes as well j'crive on the behringer). I do not understand how they dare to sell the Behringer VX2000 prampli as when he can not pramplis ankle of the table ...

bogus_idp's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro
For dtails techniques, see the Behringer site.

In practice, to watch the main mix output which exists only in XLR. All other outputs (secondary bus, control room, to, ..) are in JACK. But we mainly used the control room output (for connecting to a string, for example) that allows cost / mix the two buses (main mix ALT3-4 are mutually exclusive). Two bus is perfect for home studio use: instruments that are isolated records (bus ALT3-4) other instruments (Main Mix) and return recorder (TAPE IN), while costing the Control Room together.

The finish is impeccable, while Casing mtal, solid. The movement of the sliders and buttons is soft trs.


Routings are clear, intuitive and the manual rdig well.


No breath, even on the headphones, no sound audible coloration from a direct connection. Nickel.


I use it for a month.
I prfre, and that's only I bought it: the two bus Stereo output, Stereo sound.

what's the price INESPRE. Above all, do not cost the Badgers all by shouting that the internet is Behringer sucks (they are recognized for their fanaticism Mackie). That's not true. And I'm glad (and my bank) not to have heard!

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