B-Stock, Behringer Xenyx 502 - 5-channel mixer, 1 mic input with phantom power (without Switch), 2-band EQ, 2 stereo line inputs, master out (jack), 2-track in/out, headphones out, external power supply. Dimensions: 47/37 x 134 x 177mm. Weight 0.55kg, B-Stock with full warranty, may have slight traces of use
I am drummer and the mixer has me directly by the simple operation, the compact size and of course by the price convinced and I can honestly only recommend.
For me it is simply indispensable, because I as drummer eg the klick run over it, and for example my trigger signals and / or an mp3 player run (when practicing eg) I have a my Millenium RW500 metronome connected (via a stereoklinke on chinch cable), then eg a mp3 player (via a stereoklinke on 2xmono jack, then I go eg in channel 2 + 3) and my trigger output in channel 1.
When rehearsing or live, you can also go out of the lineout of the guitarists / bassists, for example, into the still free channels and has thus its independent monitorsound.
Contrary to my concerns really good: Amazingly little noise, Poti have different rotations, but all work and that is enough for me. I use the desk to loop vocals and samples and listen directly to the headphones in the pro-chamber, and it's enough. The LED burns the net skin away, if you directly reinschaut (seems to be very much exceeded), but otherwise it works really ok.
The only drawback is that in the "CD / Tape to Output / PH" button muted all channels and then only the CD / Tape signal is passed on ... That I knew in the form yet and is also annoying a bit, however The only one cable or adapter question with me, since I still have enough line-ins free. Is really only a 5-channel and not more ^ ^
For the price of the hammer. Other brands start at + 100.
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