Behringer X18


Digital iPAD / Tablet Mixer

  • 18 Channels
  • 16 Midas preamps
  • Integrated Wi-Fi router
  • 6 AUX buses
  • 18 x 18 USB interface for recording
  • X32 Effects rack with 4 stereo FX slots
  • Real Time Analyzer on all channels
  • Compatible with Behringer P-16 Personal Monitoring System
  • Dimensions: 409 x 357 x 110 mm
  • Shelf size: 29.5 x 19.5 cm
  • Weight: 4 kg
  • Corresponding case: Article Nr 382522 (not included)

Note: iPad/Table are not included

User Interface remote
Number of faders 0
DSP Input channels 18
Mic Preamp 16
Physical outputs 6
Digital stagebox connection No
Hotspot Singleband
Multitrack Record Yes
integratated Player/Rec via USB/SD No
19" Rackmount No
available since May 2015
Item number 333932
sales unit 1 piece(s)
DSP Output Channels 7
Busses 6
Mono-Line Input 16
Stereo-Line Input 1
Ethernet Ethernet
Soundcard interface USB-B
Recorder Format No
FX Processor 4
31 Band EQ 4
Matrix 0
DCA/VCA Gruppen 4
Midi Connector Midi-Din
Sample rate 48 kHz
Monitor Apps 1
Separate Personal Monitor system Optional
Expansion Card slots 0
Digital ADAT No
Digital SPDIF No
Digital AES3/ASESEB No
Digital MADI No
Digital Dante No
110V capable 1
Case No
Height 110 mm
Width 409 mm
Depth 357 mm
Weight 4 kg
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518 €
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147 Customer Reviews

Really impressed with this little powerhouse of a mixer
And.M. 02.04.2017
This is basically the XR18 in a different form factor, although it has a couple of small differences: it has RCA ins and outputs and the AUX outs are 1/4 jacks instead of XLR, but otherwise it's identical to its rack mounted counterpart. I chose this model because of it's great value, and I intend to use it mainly as a monitor mixer (the 6 independent AUX outs are GREAT), but it can also function as a mains mixer as well as a monitor mixer at the same time. Tried controlling it with an Android tablet, an Android phone, a Windows 7 pc and a Raspberry Pi (with raspbian) and so far no problem whatsoever regarding connection dropping etc. The possibility of using this as a standalone mixer as well as a 18in/18out USB2.0 recording interface is absolutely mindblowing, and really easy to setup in any DAW. The 4 onboard FX slots can be used in a multitude of ways, it even has an amp simulator for guitars connected directly into the mixer. Maybe the only lacking feature is a bass amp sim, mainly because it's more common to connect a bass directly into the board instead of guitars.

UPDATE: After owning this mixer for almost a year, I can confirm every good thing I said about it. Still going strong, no problem whatsoever, and the updates keep coming, both for firmware and control software. Highly, higly recommended.

UPDATE2: Just found out the grey "ears" of the mixer can be removed, saving about 3-4cm of footprint per side, revealing the metal "skeleton" of the ears. Maybe I'll try do DIY some rack mounting system to mount this mixer in an L-rack.


All the mixer a small band will ever need!
diaudio 13.04.2017
A great mixer in it's own right, when co factoring price it's just unbelievable! We use the X18 both in studio and live. It has enabled us to have just one interface for:
1. Studio rehearsals, using the 6 buses for personal mixes through headphone amps (Behringer's own Personal Mixer solution - P-16M- still expensive for the 5 of us, but we'll get there!)
2. Studio recording, all channels simultaneously straight into the computer through USB
3. Live use, either only for in-ear mixes (we use a splitter to send signals to Front of House), or to make our own mix and send the final mix to FOH. Monitoring still with the 6 Buses through headphone amp, each musician using his smartphone to adjust his own bus/mix!

We've been using it for almost a year now, a dozen live situations, no problems whatsoever. Since we use no monitors on stage, the danger of feedback is almost zero (as long as gain levels on the mics are properly set), and the lack of physical sliders is therefore no issue. Small bar owners love the fact they can adjust the sound from a tablet being anywhere in the bar!
Highly recommended!!!


Great little desk
saxsaliba 25.08.2017
This desk has made my life so much easier during gigs. The fact that you can set everything at home and then just do a few adjustments at the venue, is bliss.

Great number of Midas effects which make vocals sound nice and edgy and even a good number of effects for various instruments. Presets galore!

It's plastic feel could have been eliminated if only aluminium was used instead, but all in all it still feels sturdy and very durable.

I have to say it did take me a while to get use to not having physical faders, but the easy to use software makes you over come that issue easily.

The built in WiFi is good, but fairly slow. The app on an iPad or Laptop takes about 5-10 seconds to sync with the desk when opened and if you need to adjust something quickly while on a gig, those 5 seconds feel like an hour. So suggestion is to have a laptop always connected to the desk just in case you need to do any quick emergency fixes.

All in all, great product!


Fine, but no substitue for a X32
Lasse R 11.10.2021
Works fine, but not in any way a replacement for an X32 Rack mixer. The app is not the same for control, it does not have the same routing options etc.

So for my recording needs it was bought as a temporary replacement unit, while my main mixer was under repair. But it did not really meet my minimum requirements. Lot of functionality that is either limited or not there compared to a Behringer x32 Mixer.

But build quality seems good, and it does have bus mixes. So for a small live studio/jam session it would properly be a fine small mixer, but don't expect miracles from it.


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