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Behringer Xenyx 1204FX
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Behringer Xenyx 1204FX

Analog Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Xenyx series.

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Published on 10/24/13 at 06:21
Behringer XENYX X1204USB features:
12 entries
Integrated USB port
1 compressor per editable.
Four XENYX mic preamps last generation.
3-band EQ "British EQ" neoclassical for warm and musical sound.
Stereo FX processor 24 bit upscale, 100 presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay,
pitch shifter and multi-effects.
USB Audio Interface included to connect directly to a computer. Recording software and
audio editing for free download.
2 aux sends per channel: one switchable pre / post fader, 1 post fader for processor
internal or an external effect.
Peak LEDs, mute / alt 3-4 switch, solo and PFL functions on each channel.
2 subgroups, 2 aux returns.
Main Mix balanced XLR gold-plated, Control Room outputs, and separate headphone output magneto.
Control Room and Headphone outputs.
Tape inputs assignable to main mix or control room and headphones.
Sliders 60 mm long and sealed rotary controls.
ENERGY XT 2.5 software, Audacity, and Golden Ear Podifier downloaded from BEHRINGER website
Internal power supply (100 - 240 Vo).
Rack mount brackets included.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 97 x 270 x 328 mm
Weight: 2.8 kg

UTILIZATION

Ultra simple.

The manual seems clear vraiement but has not been used. This is a table of intuitive mix with the usual options.

Everything is easily accessible.

SOUNDS

THE console is + / - transparent ... We must not push too gains the table for lack of breath and preferably come with a fairly high gain in the table. The equalizer is his office.

The effects on the merit to exist but are not transcendent. Better work via post to add a programe.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 year.

First studio table bought especially for the presence of four high-impedance inputs to enter with such intruments guitar / bass directly. Makie in the presence of 3 on most models except "mega budgets."

4entrées with direct guitar / bass were the reason for my purchase of this table.

I would do this choice for the budget and use that I do. (Small jams with friends, home studio solo) With the highest standards and a much larger budget 2 tables Makie firewire connected together for the final high impédences 6entrées live instruments.
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