Behringer XENYX 1202FX 12 INPUT 2 BUS MIC LINE MIXER
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I discovered that the 1202FX has compression and numerous sound effects. I tried it on actual recording and was blown away. The reverb, for instance, is very detailed. The mixer’s reverbs are better compared to the phasers and flangers. I really don’t use these effects much. License, sell, rent, lease, assign, distribute, transmit, host, outsource, disclose, or otherwise commercially The Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between you and Music Tribe regarding your use of theThe Xenyx 1202FX is a fairly versatile mixer, but it definitely has competition, especially from the same line of Behringer products. 1204 has similar features, but also shows some advancements over the 1202FX. Overall, the MG10XU is comparable to the 1204 since it features audio interface functionality. It’s also a budget model. Again, as we mentioned with the 1204, this one is a good option for anyone who needs both a mixer for smaller gigs and rehearsals, along with an audio interface. The rest of the channels, from 5 to 12, are actually grouped by two. Each of these doubles function together as one practical channel. For instance, 6 and 5 are under the same volume, effect, and pan controls. Technically, this mixer gives you eight channels, but the additional channels are for line inputs only.
The XENYX 1202 mixer features 12 inputs and 2-buses to accommodate four dynamic or condenser microphones. The built-in Phantom Power allows the XENYX 1202 to connect to any studio microphone for simple, straight-forward recording. The 3-band EQ ensures warm, musical sound every time, while letting you craft the sound you're aiming for. Also featured are Main Mix and Control Room/Phone assignable inputs to let you play music between sets and the RCA outputs also let you record your performance to an external recording device. Features mic/line inputs with studio-level quality, 3-band EQ with clean, precise tone shaping, low cut filter (75 Hz), pan, level and overload indication, phantom power for studio condenser mics
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The low cut option makes it easier to use condenser microphones for vocals. The addition of the 3-band EQ is pretty useful, although a parametric EQ would be more practical for some cases. Nonetheless, it’s surprising to see this at this particular price level. Software or outside the scope of this Agreement shall be considered an infringement of Music Tribe's