Behringer Xenyx X2222USB



  • 22 Channels
  • 8 Microphone inputs with +48 V phantom power and 75 Hz low cut
  • 3-Band EQ with parametric mid-band, compressor and insert on each microphone channel
  • 4 Stereo inputs
  • 3 Stereo returns
  • 3 AUX paths
  • Mute switch and peak LED on each channel
  • Internal 24-bit multi-effects unit with 16 presets
  • 2 Subgroups with separate output
  • 60 mm fader
  • 2-Track input and output
  • XLR main out
  • Built-in USB sound card
  • Internal power supply
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 90 x 430 x 355 mm
  • Weight: 4.78 kg
  • 19" Rack kit included
  • Suitable cases: Article no. 268320 and Article no. 267780 (both not included)
  • Suitable bag: Article no. 481192 (not included)
available since February 2010
Item number 243138
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Recording / Playback Channels 2x2
Number of Mic Inputs 8
Number of Line Inputs 18
Number of Instrument Inputs 0
Number of Line Outs 2
Headphone Outs 1
Phantom power Yes
Number of S/PDIF Connectors 0
Number of ADAT Connectors 0
Numer of AES/EBU Connectors 0
Number of MADI Connectors 0
Ethernet 0
Other Connectors No
MIDI interface No
Word Clock No
Max. sample rate (kHz) 48 kHz
Max. resolution in bit 16 bit
USB Bus-Powered No
Incl. power supply Yes
USB Version 1.1
Width in mm 430 mm
Depth in mm 355 mm
Height in mm 90 mm
Connection Format USB port Type B
Width 430 mm
Height 90 mm
Depth 355 mm
altezza 90 mm
Weight 5,1 kg
simultaneously used channels 12
Simultaneous channels 12
Parallel usable Channels 12
Mic Ins 8
Mic-In 8
Mono Line-in 8
Mono Line Ins 8
Stereo-In 4
Stereo Ins 4
Hi-Z Input 0
Phantompower 48V
Phantom Power 48V
Master Out XLR
Aux Ways 3
Pre Aux max. 2
max. Pre Aux Channels 2
Number of Pre Aux max. 2
PC Interface USB-B
PC-Interface USB-B
Interface Input 2
Interface Output 2
USB/SD Direct Recording No
USB/SD Direkt Record No
Rec Out (Analog) 1
Low Cut 1
Insert 1
Inserts 1
Parametric 1
Parameteric 1
Parametric EQ 1
Compressor 1
Panorama 1
Effect Processor 1
FX Processor 1
USB Play No
Bluetooth Play No
Racklight Connector No
Lamp Connector No
Lamp connection No
Included in delivery -
Foot switch Switch
Footswitch Switch
Foot Switch Switch
Bag No
Zones 0
Zero latency monitoring 1
19" Rackmount Yes
Rackmount Yes
works with 110V 1
110V Power Supply Yes
Case Thomann 267780
Case Thon No
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Great little mixer
Geof H. 29.05.2013
Whenever buying a small mixer, always get the most mic channels you can because you're always going to run out even if you think you won't.

This is a nice desk. Lots of inputs and built in FX. I put one into a local school and it was so nice that a visiting band stole it (yes I did buy another one)! We've used it for plays, musicals and even a flying visit by the three tenors (not the real ones).

The mono inputs have mid-range sweep which is really good for such a low-end desk. There are 4 sub groups and a monitor mix so there are lots of possibilities for routing. The Monitor and FX aux send masters have full sliders rather than knobs which is a nice touch.

The FX processor has a good choice of effects although it can be a bit hissy if you push it up too loud.

Lots of people say that Behringer gear is sub-standard but I've never had any complaints and I also own 3 other Behringer desks.


The Xenex series by Behringer - The X2222 15.09.2013
So originally I needed a full featured yet compact enough desk for a radio studio, So I bought the x2222 by Behringer and so far it has not disappointed. Its best features are it Fx processor and the british Eq.
The fx section seems to be an upgraded version of the effects processor contained in the now infamous Eurodesk by Behringer.
The Eq section works very well on the channels and when I eventually decided to start using the desk at gigs on top of the radio studio it started to show it diverse use. Especially for the price!
The Xenyx series also come with a USB interface. So you can plug it in to your computer and install with the driver which will allow you to use the desk with your favorite Digital audio workstation. The recording will only appear as one stereo or mono track though as the 22 channels will not be treated as individual tracks by the software. If you need something to record individual tracks simultaneously try the M-Audio Fast Track Ultra 8r.
Overall the X2222 is a great desk for the price.


Great stuff for good price
More Experienxce 28.03.2023
For those who are looking for easy console to practice or having fun with a fev instriments - it`s great choice. It`s not Rolls Royce of mixing consoles maybe but it`s easy to use and sounds quite good. Perfect for small gigs. I`m useing it all the time for a year maybe and nothing`s wrong with it. I'm really satisfied!


Robust and Simple
Anonymous 06.05.2015
We are a 5 piece rock covers band and needed a mixer desk for rehearsals and gigs, as always money was tight so opted for this over some of the more expensive brands. Don't really know how different a more expensive brand would sound as this one sounds absolutely fine and no complaints from any of the gigs about the sound quality.
Not disappointed with this one little bit, simple to use once you get the hang of it with loads of bits and pieces we have yet to actually use.
Just enough inputs for us as a five piece but would always be nice to have maybe a few more XLR inputs.
Also just found a way of boosting the vocals through the desk without increasing everything else by using main and sub mix together.
The one downside to this has to be the manuals and instructions, its the same as the Behringer website but you don't really get told how to use it, you just get told where the buttons are.
You really do have to use this to know how it all works.