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Analog Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Xenyx series.

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  • Amok_Amok_

    Nice little console

    Behringer Xenyx 1002FXPublished on 03/26/12 at 05:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Analog mixer with digital effects
    2 XLR inputs, 4 stereo RCA input jack & a more assignable, internal effects, one effect send
    Headphone, control room and hand

    UTILIZATION

    The use is simple and practical (no group)
    Manual clear

    SOUNDS

    Transparent console, no breath.
    Effects correct (live, premix) for that price

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years, ESSENTIALLY in home studio for the premix and I'm very happy.
    We can say that it's a good surprise Behringer (another good product as the BCR2000 and FCB1010)

    Perfect for those who start the home studio or premix
    Good quality / price ratio ...
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    Analog mixer with digital effects
    2 XLR inputs, 4 stereo RCA input jack & a more assignable, internal effects, one effect send
    Headphone, control room and hand

    UTILIZATION

    The use is simple and practical (no group)
    Manual clear

    SOUNDS

    Transparent console, no breath.
    Effects correct (live, premix) for that price

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years, ESSENTIALLY in home studio for the premix and I'm very happy.
    We can say that it's a good surprise Behringer (another good product as the BCR2000 and FCB1010)

    Perfect for those who start the home studio or premix
    Good quality / price ratio
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  • Anonymous

    Behringer Xenyx 1002FXPublished on 07/18/07 at 17:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Table mix ideal for small office home studio
    It has two tracks with XLR inputs with phantom power for possibilitée or input jack, these two tracks are the most comprehensive available as a master, a gain, a 3-band equalization, a Balencie, a low button cut and a knob end.
    The four other tracks are master tracks with stereo, balance, tuning effect and a kind of gain boost.
    Otherwise, there're a small multi-effect can not be modified basic and not too useful.
    The only thing that bothers me about this machine is that it is presented as a table 10 entry which is false, it has two normal input and four stereo and home, four stereo, it's not eight entries .. . a score, but not!
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    Table mix ideal for small office home studio
    It has two tracks with XLR inputs with phantom power for possibilitée or input jack, these two tracks are the most comprehensive available as a master, a gain, a 3-band equalization, a Balencie, a low button cut and a knob end.
    The four other tracks are master tracks with stereo, balance, tuning effect and a kind of gain boost.
    Otherwise, there're a small multi-effect can not be modified basic and not too useful.
    The only thing that bothers me about this machine is that it is presented as a table 10 entry which is false, it has two normal input and four stereo and home, four stereo, it's not eight entries .. . a score, but not!

    UTILIZATION

    It's simple and functional, the manual is ample and clear, no problem with this side!

    SOUNDS

    It is so transparent that we see through;) (as there's something connected??)
    So no big default, everything works pretty well except the breath if you push everything back but you must admit it's not every day either.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this table for seven months, I'm not a pleindre, it's basic but it does its job (like me what;)) I'm not super attached to me but it helps out home studio in attandant better what!
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  • jeanchristophe.mejeanchristophe.me

    Behringer Xenyx 1002FXPublished on 06/20/08 at 02:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    10 votes analog console not rack.
    Two slices prampli mono XLR and jack
    Four slices stro between symtriques in jack
    A / O TO
    A multi-purpose numrique intgre (99 presets)
    Stereo output asymtrique
    Tape in / out Tape

    UTILIZATION

    The rotary volume faders are, except that of the master. Drout is to dpart, but you get done. Everything is on compactness.
    The Multi-effects is very simple: choose the patch, the mix effect. That's it.
    Both tranches mono possdent correctors bass / treble, one aux send / multi-effects, a NAP.
    The slices were just sending Stereo AUX and PAN.

    SOUNDS

    The console is transparent, gives no coloration.
    And to the reputable conformment Behringer,......
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    10 votes analog console not rack.
    Two slices prampli mono XLR and jack
    Four slices stro between symtriques in jack
    A / O TO
    A multi-purpose numrique intgre (99 presets)
    Stereo output asymtrique
    Tape in / out Tape

    UTILIZATION

    The rotary volume faders are, except that of the master. Drout is to dpart, but you get done. Everything is on compactness.
    The Multi-effects is very simple: choose the patch, the mix effect. That's it.
    Both tranches mono possdent correctors bass / treble, one aux send / multi-effects, a NAP.
    The slices were just sending Stereo AUX and PAN.

    SOUNDS

    The console is transparent, gives no coloration.
    And to the reputable conformment Behringer, it does not induce any breath.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a little over a year.
    I use it in monitoring, and condition of mini-live (I'm alone in scne).
    Its compactness the quality of its multi-effects and its pramplis make a companion for musicians itinrants IDAL.
    If the couple with good amplified speaker is gnial.
    I do it again this election ... hsitant in for his older sister in 12 votes!
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  • GrebzGrebz

    Behringer Xenyx 1002FXPublished on 11/27/08 at 02:39
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    Small analog console not too bulky. For detailed specifications, I refer you to the page

    Initially, I had gone to buy the Yamaha MG10 / 2, but the store did not have in stock and pointed me on this Behringer. Knowing the reputation of the brand, I hesitated. Maybe I should have refused, but ultimately, it's not a bad purchase.

    However, the scope of the 10 entries, is the marketing scam. Specifically, we can not handle more than 6 instruments / microphones at the same time, the stereo inputs are regarded as two entries. Of course, it's not just Behringer that practice this method, everyone does, but it's annoying.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, there's no need to get out of......
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    Small analog console not too bulky. For detailed specifications, I refer you to the page

    Initially, I had gone to buy the Yamaha MG10 / 2, but the store did not have in stock and pointed me on this Behringer. Knowing the reputation of the brand, I hesitated. Maybe I should have refused, but ultimately, it's not a bad purchase.

    However, the scope of the 10 entries, is the marketing scam. Specifically, we can not handle more than 6 instruments / microphones at the same time, the stereo inputs are regarded as two entries. Of course, it's not just Behringer that practice this method, everyone does, but it's annoying.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, there's no need to get out of engineering school to turn buttons. It is also necessary to know which way to turn!

    I have a stereo amplifier coupled to a pair of stereo speakers, an internal SoundBlaster sound card for games, sound card Edirol FA-101 for music connected a pair of active monitor speakers.

    I was tired of turning on or off a particular amp or monitors such software to switch to another, or to listen to a disc from my computer or my chain, so I bought the single table in order to control volumes from a single material.

    All is well and respect my needs, it does its job, in that it includes what I need.

    I've never used the table to record or effects and EQ included.

    SOUNDS

    This console is very transparent, I do not feel any coloration in the sources that I branch. No breath no longer listening, and as I do not use it to record, I do not comment on that.

    As for EQ, I never had the opportunity to use it, nor built-in effects (reverb, delay, etc.).

    OVERALL OPINION

    The Xenyx for me in recent months that I have (about May 2007, at 99 euros Woodbrass).
    I do not need effects or that it offers as many entries (whatever that may serve me occasionally), but it provides a transparent sound and fulfills the role that I assigned.
    It would have been a shame to spend more for a console which I do not use the capacity fully.
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  • djcutmastermixdjcutmastermix

    Table but not super practical

    Behringer Xenyx 1002FXPublished on 05/25/11 at 03:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No, she did not rack.

    There are input jacks and RCA (co axial) and XLR.

    There is a section of customizable effects, but not super practical.
    Frankly I did turn of 8 hours in the morning until 1am and I just ba sure it would shock no problemo, no overheating, nothing!!

    The -: no input asser
    The +: small, efficient, convenient for a dj that has a mixing desk.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is nikel chrome!

    SOUNDS

    Console transparent, efficient equalizer, no breath until the bar 8 of the gain but it is very low.

    OVERALL OPINION

    3 years
    I say BRAVO! : P ...
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    No, she did not rack.

    There are input jacks and RCA (co axial) and XLR.

    There is a section of customizable effects, but not super practical.
    Frankly I did turn of 8 hours in the morning until 1am and I just ba sure it would shock no problemo, no overheating, nothing!!

    The -: no input asser
    The +: small, efficient, convenient for a dj that has a mixing desk.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is nikel chrome!

    SOUNDS

    Console transparent, efficient equalizer, no breath until the bar 8 of the gain but it is very low.

    OVERALL OPINION

    3 years
    I say BRAVO! : P
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  • froidurematinalefroidurematinale

    Behringer Xenyx 1002FXPublished on 03/14/10 at 13:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Features: see link on the following post
    Non rackmount console
    Integrated effects (rotary switch with snap-pressure)

    1 aux send, 2 mic inputs with phantom power, switchable

    UTILIZATION

    Config very simple and well studied for size
    Manuel clear need to identify the effects (rev, delays, chorus, flanger, pitch fixed ranged from 0 to 99)

    Normal function very affordable, this little table makes basic services with flair and simplicity

    SOUNDS

    Console transparent, although giving breath to gain or high volume
    Equalizer efficient, but imprecise, making it a bit messy

    The effects are of poor quality, but considering the price, we can not complain of. The effects render service......
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    Features: see link on the following post
    Non rackmount console
    Integrated effects (rotary switch with snap-pressure)

    1 aux send, 2 mic inputs with phantom power, switchable

    UTILIZATION

    Config very simple and well studied for size
    Manuel clear need to identify the effects (rev, delays, chorus, flanger, pitch fixed ranged from 0 to 99)

    Normal function very affordable, this little table makes basic services with flair and simplicity

    SOUNDS

    Console transparent, although giving breath to gain or high volume
    Equalizer efficient, but imprecise, making it a bit messy

    The effects are of poor quality, but considering the price, we can not complain of. The effects render service for returns headphone, or for purposes of scene.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over 5 years, she got great use in pre-mixing stage. When the volume and sound effects set correctly, you can get an acceptable sound.
    I tried various tables like Mackie, Yamaha 32 tracks, well above, but not as useful!

    This small table is a summary of useful functions, concentrated in a small space, with a value for money unbeatable. I would have liked to have XLR outputs, but the place does not allow the possibility. The output is post fader FX that behringer justified by any reason. Personally, I find that this is not a good idea ...

    In the same needs, I would do this choice. Today I went to the Yamaha 01V96 that has nothing to do.
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