Behringer Xenyx 302USB
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Behringer Xenyx 302USB

Xenyx 302USB, FireWire/USB/mLan Mixer from Behringer in the Xenyx series.

SlapKid 04/14/2012

Behringer Xenyx 302USB : SlapKid's user review

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This is the latest victim of my acquisition syndrome bazaar ...
Very small, and everything is there!
Amazing all the same, to have a mono XLR with phantom plus a stereo with an eq 2bandes each! The headphone jack is handy, and pushing a lot.
Alim usb, mini top practice, nothing like that of my mini console phonic which is almost as big as la302 ...

UTILIZATION

That's what I predestines:
Distorted electric guitar-di-specific box (ultra-g)-Unit 1 XENYX 48v.
And link out of the di-wet delay pedal Unit 2 xenx.
This allows a total control of the guitar sound, and effect.
I'm getting off to a power amp or guitar and columns is sound, and headphones for quiet evenings with neighbors.
It is very easy to use especially since there is a zero point on the EQ sliders.
Output of amplifier without 2x75wrms volume (all the time so thoroughly) I have no residual noise, which is remarkable.
The console output is in cinch.
The level RCA (-10db) is partly responsible for less advanced than jack.
I have not been strong for now.

SOUNDS

Well, that's where it gets a bit gate. Compared to my phonic mu502 (which was also less than 50 euros) the sound of the 302 is much less transparent, dull mess.
Dynamics takes a hit too, on the other hand if we do nothing compares ben the sound coming out of the columns is quite enjoyable.
Equalizers are useful, as usual in mitigation of frequency they are better.
The sound through headphones is consistent with his amp so it's ok, and powerful enough for my big headphones.

Okay then, but the phonic is much better transparency and dynamics.

OVERALL OPINION

So I will not use this 302usb universally, it will be dedicated to a guitar preamp system as it is flexible and does not take place. Its EQ will just have to tune the setup to the room. As it should in fact.

Besides if I want to register it in the bag ... but I have not tested on computer.