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Behringer Xenyx XL2400
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Behringer Xenyx XL2400

Analog Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Xenyx series.

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«  effectiveness and value for money »

Published on 06/23/10 at 01:58
The console is not a fly rack and is 200 € (. For specifications, refer to the manufacturer's website.
In terms of connectivity, there's plenty to do and is the ideal partner for our group of 8 zicos.
I appreciate the starting number for. Two FX (pre / post possible but on both sets), Two and Two Monitors For. Great to manage the onstage with more freedom.
The phantom power is switchable per:), one per insert and direct out per slice:).
In short, a very comprehensive table.

UTILIZATION

The setup is fairly ergonomic, nothing to report on that side, everything is accessible with a minimum of habit. Usual functions. Manuel succinct but effective, it is not a tutorial course. The setup is very comprehensive

SOUNDS

Difficult to say whether it is transparent or not. For vocals, I go through a preamp / comp externally.
I have not seen the shadow of a breath and EQ does its job without being outstanding.
The table has been used to sound to three in a row and did the job smoothly and without a hint of feedback.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased very recently (June 2010), so low feedback (especially in terms of reliability). This table has a large amount of entries, we offer the ability to handle four (or five) votes of return custom.
We used the Alesis, and Peavey, Mackie ... and many other tables, owned or leased in the last 5 years, the rehearsal room is equipped with a XENYX 1832, which did the job for four years for five different groups with no problem. We were very happy with the Peavey RQ2314 used to live with regret that I sold but was not a sufficient connection to the group.
I do not like the side a bit plastoc the table and especially the fader. As we do not fifty dates a year, this should not pose too problèmes.les colors are garish in daylight but in fact prove effective in the dark.
So without any feedback on reliability, I would call this table very very competitive in terms of connectivity and routing capabilities. An exceptional value for money.
As usual with Behringer, it does the job, but there are better (much) more expensive.
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