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Behringer RX1602 V2

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16-Channel Monitor Line Mixer

  • 16 Balanced jack inputs for stereo or mono use
  • Large headroom
  • Monitor / FX send control per section with global master control
  • Monitor / FX signal via headphone output
  • 2x 7-Segment LED level meters
  • 6.3 mmJack headphone output on front panel
  • Integrated switching power supply (100 - 240 V ~)
  • Max. output level: +22 dBu
  • Bandwidth: 20 Hz - 20 kHz ±0.2 dB
  • Frequency range: 10 Hz - 200 kHz, ±3 dB
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: < -97 dB
  • THD: 0.003% @ +4 dBu
  • Power consumption: 15 W
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 44 x 483 x 149 mm
  • Weight: 1.8 kg

Audio input:

  • Impedance 10 kOhm balanced or unbalanced
  • Gain: -8 to +15 dB
  • Max. input level: +22 dBu

Audio output:

  • 6.3 mm jack
  • Gain: -8 to +15 dB
  • Impedance: 240 Ohm balanced, 120 Ohm unbalanced
simultaneously used channels 16
Mic-In 0
Stereo-In 8
Master Out TRS 6.3mm
Pre Aux max. 0
PC-Interface No
Multitrack-Recording No
USB/SD Direct Record No
Effect Processor No
USB Play No
Bluetooth Play No
Zones 0
Item number 478575
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Great value, useful mixer.
Greenalien 03.03.2020
The mixer fits conveniently into 1U of 19" rack space, making it ideal to sit alongside MIDI sound modules, effects units or other outboard equipment.
Each of the 8 stereo inputs has a pair of 6.35mm jack sockets, which are balanced (trs) but can be used unbalanced if required. Switchable sensitivity makes each pair of inputs suitable for line level or microphone input.
On the front panel, each stereo channel has volume and balance controls plus a feed for monitoring or to feed an effects unit. Each channel can be individually muted, making it easy to switch off any unused channels to reduce unwanted noise.
It's easy to see which channels are muted as the muting switch is illuminated with a red led when the channel is off.
Overall master level controls are provided for left and right channels, with led bar graphs to show signal presence and levels.
The mains lead plugs directly into the back of the unit, no separate external power supply is required.
Overall, a very useful and versatile mixer that is ideal in a situation where a number of items of equipment need to be connected and have their levels set but then largely left alone.
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By far the best rack mixer - bar none
macsmoser 14.12.2020
I have 6 of these in my studio. Everything is superb with these mixers. Small, light, 16 channels, send effect out so you can look any fun effect back on any track.

In the old days Behringer usually sucked at audio quality but I have both this new version and some of the old one from 2005 or something. Both are very very quiet.

If I have to find one negative aspect it would be the Balance knob for each stereo pair. Sometimes they are kinda tricky to get just right because they are stepped. But that is a truly minor glitch in the matrix and one that has not bothred me in any way really.

You can buy this with conficence. And speaking of which, it's basically free.
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As expected.
Ali Homoud 29.08.2021
Does what it meant to do perfectly, 8 stereo inputs. gave me exactly what i needed with no problems. Love it !
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actionless 03.10.2021
the headroom is amazing in compare to my previous mixer (StudioMaster Logic Twelve)

downside is what all the knobs are stepped (i prefer on studiomaster, where only Pan knob is stepped on the middle)
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