Behringer, renowned for its high-quality sound gear and tools catering to producers and engineers, continues its legacy with the introduction of two new analog mixers to expand its impressive lineup of offerings.
Part of the XENYX line, the new mixers offer either 10 or 12 inputs, along with a built-in stereo USB audio interface and Klark Teknik effects processors. Upholding the reputation of the XENYX series, both the 1202SFX and the 1002SFX feature meticulously designed microphone preamps. The 1202SFX provides four inputs, while the 1002SFX offers two inputs.
The input channels on these mixers accommodate XLR and quarter-inch TRS inputs, complemented by a three-band EQ with fixed high, mid, and low-frequency bands, allowing ±15dB of adjustment at 12kHz, 2.5kHz, and 80Hz. Additionally, both models include four stereo line-level inputs with rotary effects send, balance, and level controls. The stereo channels automatically switch to USB audio playback when no line-level input is connected, ensuring versatility.
Designed for modern technological needs, the 1202SFX and 1002SFX are compatible with streaming and PC-related content. Each mixer features two pairs of RCA connectors, enabling seamless mixing into the USB stream. They also provide main and monitor-level outputs, an external send connection, and a headphone connection. To further enhance sound quality, both mixers are equipped with Klark Teknik effects, offering an array of delays, reverbs, EQs, and 100 ready-to-use presets. Powered by an external power supply, these units maintain Behringer’s renowned standard of design and performance.
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