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Digital Mixer from Behringer belonging to the X32 series

At the coming NAMM Behringer will unveil their new X32 Digital Mixer.

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X32 – 32-Channel 16-Bus Digital Total Recall Live/Recording Mixing Console

  • Total recall
  • 32 channels with inserts
  • 16 mix busses with inserts
  • 6 aux sends and returns
  • 8 stereo FX returns
  • 6 matrix mixers with inserts
  • 6 mute groups
  • 8 DCA groups
  • Full-recording / multi-channel networking via FW/USB expansion cards*
  • 48-channel “digital snake” via ultra-low latency AES-50 ports*
  • Fully programmable, high-end mic preamps
  • 25 low-noise 100mm motorized faders
  • Super-easy user-interface with direct access
  • No confusing menus
  • High-resolution 7" colour TFT display
  • Individual LCD displays per channel, DCA and Bus
  • Full dynamics and EQ per channel, busses and matrices
  • Adjustable line-delays on all inputs and outputs
  • Virtual FX rack with 8 FX slots
  • Powerful scene management for shows
  • On-board recorder for uncompressed WAV files on USB flash drive
  • Remote editor software to control via USB or Ethernet
  • Extensive channel strip controls with user-definable control sections
  • Connections to BEHRINGER P-16 personal monitoring system
  • AES/EBU stereo digital output and full MIDI implementation

 

Pricing & Availability

$2,500 USD

The X32 is expected for release 2/3 Quarter 2011.

  • scotts2ndsight 1 post
    scotts2ndsight
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    Posted on 12/05/2010 at 23:54:33
    I really want to hear this mixer in action. I've bought alot of Behringer gear and I may get more for a studio for inner city and rez kids so I want to check this board out asap.

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