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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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frinnock frinnock

«  For a start, it's not so bad ... »

Publié le 05/14/11 à 08:59
From memory, I think it's rack, but I've never used as such ...

Each channel has an XLR input (MIC) and jack (LINE IN) switch with a low pass 75 Hz (18 dB / oct), plus a trimer +10 to +60.

Each slice (track) has a 3 band equalizer to 12 kHz High, Mid, and Low at 2.5 kHz to 80 Hz

A departure by an aux track with the possibility of starting preroll (before impact I think).
Not to mention the inclusion of effect (as part of the table) and pan control.

There are 4 mono channels, 2 stereo channels (5 / 6 and 7 / 8) plus two channels of "subgroup" (Alt3-4).
In fact when you mute the other tracks, they flip into 3 / 4 ...
There is also an input / output RCA type line to go directly to the soundcard, or to a DAT etc. ...

UTILIZATION

The general setup is pretty simple ... but we need to know a little bit.
Personally, I never interested from near or far to a table and then, at first I was a little lost.
The manual is clear enough, but I'm pretty limited intellectually, and so I waded ...

The functions are accessible
Note that with this model, there is a small USB sound card for laptop, very limited use for music and the one who gave me a headache ...

SOUNDS

For me, the console is too transparent to be used condition ....
I am not used only 2 or 3 channel, stereo line and mic so, after six months, one slice started blowing ... I took him where I had purchased and the failure was due to non-use of this installment ...

A week later, the box I was exchanged against a new one and since everything is fine.

I do not use any of the integrated effects, I tried it and it did not look too bad ...

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for 1 year without any worries (except the portion which blows), and I'm so happy that I bought its big sister the x2222FX bringing me the same satisfaction in greater ...
I had not tried other models before it, I made that choice by watching as you do now, opinions on AudioFanzine and I made a choice plsu economic Music ... in the end, both are waiting for you and it's a choice I do not regret at all.

The specificity and also the reason why I have not sold is that I can possibly leave the "big" at home and carry on holidays or early evening without any dismantling ... and as it is the same brand, I'm not too lost ...
I forgot something important, too, she has a phantom power for my microphone ...
So please, if this is your first purchase, it will be good.

Musically
frinnock
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