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Behringer Xenyx 502
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Behringer Xenyx 502

Analog Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Xenyx series.

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sin sin

«  It's cheap and ... Cheap. »

Published on 05/06/12 at 05:07
Mini-mixer 5 inputs (4 XLR TRS 1) + 2 TAPE inputs.
HI and LOW EQ on input 1.
TRS MAIN outputs in and TAPE CAR.

UTILIZATION

It is very easy to use given the limited functions.
The manual is clear and is common to the whole series XENYX.

SOUNDS

As we listen not strong and that we not use the preamp it will still ... on the other hand, the sound crashes as soon as you turn up the volume and blast appears instantly! In short it is rotten but considering the price it's already amazing ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few days to troubleshoot the mixing of some synths ... Well I'll separate myself soon! More than the power connector is really crappy, the console may turn off when moved ...
Good 7 entries in so little space and the price is not bad. But the sound is c *** r!
Go your way.
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