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Behringer Xenyx 1204USB
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FireWire/USB/mLan Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Xenyx series.

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  • manu-dmanu-d

    From Behringer

    Behringer Xenyx 1204USBPublished on 05/12/13 at 04:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No rack,
    7 channels.

    UTILIZATION

    Nothing complicated

    SOUNDS

    LOl, at all ... of breath, parasites ... super!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used to manage since 1year microphones on the marriage of another.

    Plus: The box effect
    Cons: this bug a HS track, she swings sometimes noise without warning, she does not even have one year ...
    I is not shit with the service, Trash Berhinger! Ever!
  • ppanppan

    Behringer Xenyx 1204USBPublished on 07/21/11 at 02:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Stunning on paper.

    UTILIZATION

    Manuel very well done.

    SOUNDS

    RAS

    OVERALL OPINION

    For an unbelievable price, this small console rather plush material replaces three:
    - DJ mixer,
    - Console [home] studio
    - Digital audio interface.

    I selected mainly:
    - Straight 60 mm faders
    - Two separate buses (routing) function including providing cue (preview)
    - Balanced XLR output jack, and 6.35 (second bus)
    - Headphone monitoring (and control room) of the different bus
    - Stereo RCA output or USB
    Unique features in this price range.

    Clean finish, S / N ratio more than acceptable.
    The song is the plumage, hoping that sustainability is the appointment as my other......
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    Stunning on paper.

    UTILIZATION

    Manuel very well done.

    SOUNDS

    RAS

    OVERALL OPINION

    For an unbelievable price, this small console rather plush material replaces three:
    - DJ mixer,
    - Console [home] studio
    - Digital audio interface.

    I selected mainly:
    - Straight 60 mm faders
    - Two separate buses (routing) function including providing cue (preview)
    - Balanced XLR output jack, and 6.35 (second bus)
    - Headphone monitoring (and control room) of the different bus
    - Stereo RCA output or USB
    Unique features in this price range.

    Clean finish, S / N ratio more than acceptable.
    The song is the plumage, hoping that sustainability is the appointment as my other Behringer equipment, which take the shock (non-professional use).
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