Behringer Xenyx 502


5 Channel mixer

  • 1 Microphone input with Phantom power (not switchable) and 2-Band EQ
  • 2 Stereo inputs
  • Master out via jack
  • 2 Track in- and outputs
  • Headphone output
  • External power supply
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 47/37 x 134 x 177 mm
  • Weight: 0.55 kg
available since May 2006
Item number 191244
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Parallel usable Channels 3
Mic Ins 1
Stereo Ins 2
Master Out 6,3 mm unbal.
Number of Pre Aux max. 0
PC Interface No
Multitrack Recording No
USB/SD Direkt Record No
Effect Processor 0
USB Play No
Bluetooth Play No
Foot Switch No
Matrix Mixer No
Zones 0
19" Rackmount No
Width 134 mm
Depth 177 mm
altezza 47 mm
Weight 1,2 kg
Mono Line Ins 1
Hi-Z Input 0
Phantom Power 15V
Aux Ways 0
Interface Input 0
Interface Output 0
Rec Out (Analog) 1
Panorama 1
Lamp Connector No
Rackmount No
110V Power Supply No
Thomann Case No
Thon Case No
Gigbag No
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698 Customer ratings

319 Reviews

An economic but effective mixer for in-ear personal monitoring and for home applications
ChrisBell 20.01.2019
Let's put it clear: this mixer isn't made to offer sound perfection and high-level clean signals. It's a cheap solutions, but even cheap solutions are useful sometimes.
The Xenyx 502 is quite versatile when used as a personal on-stage mixer for musicians of small bands / amateur projects or for home desktop setups.
It offers a good number of I/O possibilities and the CD/TAPE selector allows you to redirect a source to your headphones only. This can be useful, e.g. for clock tracks.
The noise level is usually low but please consider that some noise could appear when using some I/O combinations. The power is more than good for non-professional applications.

If you are planning to include this mixer in a professional PA setup you would maybe go for better and more expensive products, since audio engineers and service guys will probably start complaining about your mixer. But if you don't need sound perfection and you are searching a budget solution to mix-up things, I strongly reccomend the quality-price ratio of Behringer's products. And Xenyx 502 is no exception.

Please note: I am not saying that the sound quality is unacceptable for making music! The mixer does its job and it *IS* an audio mixer! Just be aware that this is not a professional solution but a serious and effective low budget device.


Good inputs and outputs, but lacks in sound quality
Simen 19.02.2016
Bought this as an entry to personal in ear monitoring as a drummer, worked OK in the start, but quickly started to decay in sound quality. Has a nice amount of connections and a good compact size, but the noise this mixer gives you when you try to raise the voume to a listenable level during a rehearsal or a gig is horrible. The noise gets so dirty its kind of difficult to hear the things you have put in the inputs.
I would rather recommend putting a little more money into buying a mixer. I went with the Yamaha MG06 and its a huge difference. This mixer has a clean sound without any noise.
Would give three stars due to inputs and outputs as well as features, but the sound quality drags it down.


Excellent budget mixer
Laid back 10.10.2020
Bought this as a headphone mixer for my home studio. Need to be able to monitor source signals and playback simultaneously.
This does the job very well. No EQ on the stereo channels but its only for personal monitoring while doing overdubs.
Nice piece of gear and well you cant grumble at the price either.


Excellent for the price
Rikkaede 29.01.2022
I bought the mixer purely so I could plug my PC and my record player into my monitors at the same time. It works flawlessly from the start and I have noticed no change to sound quality, aside from a quiet hissing noise when the volume is cranked without any audio playing. Its completely unnoticable when you're using the mixer so for the price I am happy to let it slide. The item actually surprised me with how good quality it looks and feels, and also how small it was.
Only thing I wish it had was a power toggle switch.

Highly recommend this mixer if you have a low budget.


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