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The Behringer XENYX 802 Mixing Console has 8 inputs and an FX send control for each channel. Assignable CD/tape inputs have been incorporated for routing flexibility.
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The Behringer XENYX 802 Mixing Console has 8 inputs and an FX send control for each channel. Assignable CD/tape inputs have been incorporated for routing flexibility.
Behringer's innovative and affordable XENYX mixers provide the home recordist and club musician with pristine sound quality and cutting-edge features for very little outlay. The XENYX Mic Preamp approaches the sound quality, transparency, headroom, and even the dynamic range of boutique-style, standalone mic preamps. Behringer's neo-classic "British EQ" brings back the warmth and musicality of those '60s and '70s mega-console desks that made music history.

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  • Premium ultra low-noise, high headroom analog audio mixer
  • 2 state-of-the-art XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to standalone boutique preamps
  • Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQs for warm and musical sound
  • 1 post fader FX send per channel for external FX devices
  • 1 stereo aux return for FX applications or as separate stereo input
  • Main mix outputs plus separate control room, phones and stereo CD/tape outputs
  • CD/tape inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones outputs
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4.5

(based on 24 reviews)

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Excellent quality for hobbyist

I've purchased this unit few weeks ago. I've connected this mixer with a RolanPiano 5000s with MT32 sound processor, a pair of Behringer microphones XM8500 and a Casio CTK-593 keyboard, connected the...Read complete review

I've purchased this unit few weeks ago. I've connected this mixer with a RolanPiano 5000s with MT32 sound processor, a pair of Behringer microphones XM8500 and a Casio CTK-593 keyboard, connected the main out to an RA-100 studio amplifier with a pair of Alesis I MKII loudspeakers. The quality of sound processed by this mixer is phenomenal and I was very impressed with its very low-noise ratio. With all potentiometers to maximum there is very little noise comming out from it. Recorded few songs and the quality of the sound is extraordinar. I recommend this to anyone who has a low budget, for the money you get an great mixer.

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Not quite what I wanted

Well I purchased this unit before purchasing an Alesis USB unit for my laptop. To be honest I guess you get what you pay for here. First off the unit did not have much...Read complete review

Well I purchased this unit before purchasing an Alesis USB unit for my laptop. To be honest I guess you get what you pay for here. First off the unit did not have much available for directions or product support. The mic pres are far from great, and I would not recommend using them for any serious recordng. I guess this would be a good unit to use as a scratch pad for recording in order to get ideas down quickly. If you are looking for something to do demo work I would not recommend this unit. The mixer is also a bit noisy and the unit seems to not be very durable so I could not recommend using it as a portable unit. I think you would be better off to save your money and try something else. I now use the unit as a headphone mixer.

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5.0

More than i need

By BRIAN DONNELLY

from melbourne fl

I was advised to buy this unit at the Orlando store .... It is perfect for what i need

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5.0

Bargain

By Robert Hopkins

from East Lansing Michigan

Great little mixer, I'm sure it is capable of performing more functions than I currently know of. So far I've found that it easily plugs into my laptop with a Y adapter (received this mixer in a package and the monitors in that package came with this adapter). It provides phantom power to mics, and I've found that you can plug your electric guitar into it (to be recorded on the computer) using an amp or pedal. You plug the guitar into the amp or pedal and run a another cord from the amp or pedal into the mixer. Definitely all the mixer I need for now.

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5.0

Great, Stand-Alone Preamp for Recording or Playback

By David Brown

from El Paso, TX 79925

WOW! My brother-in-law uses one of the Xenyx models for singing "karaoke" and recording all of it; the results can be stunningly rich. Although I also dabble in some recording, my purpose in buying the Xenyx 802 has been entirely different. Needing a fair- to good-sounding, semi-portable system for my backyard, I hooked up TWO pairs of entry-level Bose "Companion" Series powered speakers. This idea worked rather well overall, but the bass was uncontrollably loud. The automatic volume limiter on the speakers seemed to be working overtime, and slight distortion of deep bass notes still occurred. Well, along came the Xenyx 802 with its bass, midrange, and treble equalization, plus outstanding connectivity for a mixer of such as a small size and price. Many thanks for a great product!

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5.0

A fine Addition

By SCOTT HANFT

from Cape Coral, FL

This was added to the (2) Behringer 1002B mixers I use to mix them down before going into a 15 band stereo EQ, and then to a Tascam DP-008 recorder. It is rigged out on my drum set in my home recording studio. Clean, high quality, with a lot of gain if needed. I only wish the blue power on light wasn't so bright, I put a piece of masking tape over it to dim it down. It's blinding in studio lighting. The other oddity, there isn't a power on/off button, plug and unplug to turn it on and off. I actually have mine plugged into a power strip that has an on/off button. Behringer tech support is easily available for questions, with a US based office in the state of Washington. I had called them prior to the purchase of the 1002B mixers. I was able to mix 11 drum mics thru these 3 boards without having to buy a huge board to accomodate 11 XLR mic preamps. This way was much cheaper than doing it on one board, and has the same result. I would, from now on, only purchase Behringer mixers, truely a great product.

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5.0

Handy dandy little mixer. Great bang for your buck.

By Joshua McKown

from Murfreesboro, Tn.

I'm an audio production student with a gaming hobby. I got my Behringer xenyx 802 to solve the problem of listening to music while gaming without having to Alt+Tab between windows. The 802 is certainly overkill for that problem, but the way I see it, it was a legitimate excuse for buying a decent piece of gear. Because the 802 has two stereo channels, I only need two channel strips for general listening, which leaves channels 1 and 2 open for whatever I want. Personally, I think there's something much nicer about adjusting your listening volume with a physical knob rather than using the mouse. The major bonus is the XLR inputs and mic preamps. Now I have a viable mic interface for recording straight to my pc, rather than only having USB mics as an option. It also might come in handy for submixing in a small studio, or in a live environment with a smaller console. Things to note/nitpicks - FX send is mono, even on the stereo channels, since the FX bus is mono. Not a big deal, but bear it in mind. AUX return is stereo. On a mixer with 4 channel strips, there's not much reason for mute/solo buttons, but I would still like to have them. Power On led is VERY bright blue. Looks cool, but you'll be looking for a strip of masking tape to cover that thing with five minutes into using the 802. Look and feel - The 802 is quite rugged. Does not feel cheap by any means. If you were thinking of using this thing to submix keyboards at your next gig, or take it on the road, you won't have to worry about it falling apart on you. Overall, I would certainly recommend the 802 for small-scale mixing applications. For the price it is a very handy tool to have around.

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5.0

Amazing quality at an amazing price

By Mike S.

from Mandeville, LA

I just needed a mixer to play sound from 2 media sources and occasionally use 1-2 mics on a 1,000 watt sound system. The sound is very clean and full. I have a 31 band EQ, but the 3 EQ adjustments are PERFECT. The bass control is punchy, mids clear and treble crisp. Awesome effects send, control room, phones and main out. This mixer should sell for much more!

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good Product, Bad Power Supply

By Cheese Puff

from Chicago, IL

I have used this mixer for about a day before the power connector broke. It worked excellent, just the power connector sucks.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

excellent, flexible

By Robin

from Dallas, TX

I bought this mixer to replace a Realistic (Radio Shack) 4-pot mixer for my home recording set-up. The Realistic was quite noisy, especially if it had been on for more than an hour or so. The Behringer is easy to set up, is quiet, and consistent (no suddenly sensitive spots in the level pots). I run a variety of mics through it to my computer for recording projects for my students, original songs, backup tracks, etc. I've also used it as a headphone amp. This mixer has great features and build quality at this price point. I don't know about the reliability of the power supply connection, but I aniticipate no problems as I'm not traveling with it.

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5.0

Just What I Needed!

By Lee

from snoozeville, MI

I was looking for a mixer with at least a couple of XLR inputs for my small home studio and/or band rehearsals and gave this mixer a shot, and i'm very happy with it so far! There is almost NO noise/hiss on the mics (unless you turn the volume all the way up on that channel), and it gives a nice boost to my bass (as opposed to running it through my stereo like I had been doing, which made my bass sound flat and lifeless) For now I'll mostly be using it for recording onto my computer (or my old 4 track machine) If you need a good mixer on a budget I'd reccommend it!

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great mixer!

By sharkstudioaudio

from Raleigh, NC

This mixer may look small and cheap, but has amazing sound quality. It is a good mixer for anyone who is starting a garage band or recording a podcast. Just watch out for the power adapter. The end that plugs into the mixer has tiny prongs that can be bent very easily. Over all this is a very good mixer for a very good price!

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