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8 Channel mixer

  • 2 Mic inputs via XLR with 3 band EQ and switchable 48 V phantom power
  • 2 Stereo line inputs via jack with 3-Band EQ
  • 1 FX send output via jack
  • Stereo control room output via jack
  • Stereo Master output: jack
  • 2-Track in- and output via RCA connector
  • Headphone output
  • External power supply
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 47/37 x 189 x 220 mm
  • Weight: 1 kg
  • Optional matching case: Article Nr

    267777

    (not included)
  • Optional transport bag: Art.#481190 # (not included)
Parallel usable Channels 4
Mic Ins 2
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
PFL No
Effect Processor 0
USB Play No
Bluetooth Play No
Foot Switch No
Matrix Mixer No
Zones 0
19" Rackmount No
Item number 191246
49 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Anonymous 15.12.2015
Behringer Xenyx 802 is a lot more than I expected.
I will not kid you that this is an ingenious studio mixing console with numerous possibilities, because it is not.
I'm a drummer and I use Behringer Xenyx 802 for my in ear monitoring and it proved to be very good for such purpose.
It is small, portable, easy to use and each function that it has works just fine
However, a few days ago, my band members and I, we decided to record some demos and we choose to try to do that by ourselves.
We usually use the Zoom recorder to record ourselves in our rehearsal room but this time we wanted to do a little better quality recording and for this purpose we decided to use my small Behringer mixer.
Xenyx 802 has two mono inputs and two stereo inputs, all of which amounts to 6 channels.
With 6 microphones we bugged the whole band and using a stereo output we send the signal to the Zoom recorder and recorded our songs that way.
I can not describe how we were delighted with the final result. It was awesome!!!
From now on, we don't intend go to the studio to record our demos any more.
Can you imagine the savings?
All you need is just this little fellow, a few cables and some portable recording device with stereo input and you're good to go!
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Perfect for pedal board - but power lead connection not secure
drdolittle 27.08.2021
Wanted to blend several elements on a board (mic, drums, looper, hx stomp) - perfect size and connections for this job. Sound output good quality. Only issue I have, which I have seen in other reviews since, is the DIN power cable connection to unit is weak even when fully inserted. It feels like you are using an incorrect plug - the slightest pull and it slips out so you need to wedge it in with something . I have accepted this and rocked on with 4 stars though as it is a great unit otherwise.
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Behringer Xenyx 802
Peter7354 15.08.2014
Okay so the only negative about this mixer is that it does not have USB...but that's probably why it was on sale at such a great low price (besides you can always connect it to a PC/laptop with an audio interface (such as the Behringer UCA222 - currently on its way to me from Thomann) which makes this mixer very usable in a computer recording environment. It has a very compact footprint, and boasts enough inputs (XLR and line) to keep most solo/duet acts happy.

Very happy with the quality of the build, the pots seem quite good, and feel nicely responsive to the touch and of a higher quality than I was expecting on a budget mixer such as this. Preamps and the EQ give a nice tone, and strong signal to work with in a DAW (I have not used the mixer live yet), and the phantom power works great on my condenser. While we often say that you get what you paid for, I don't think that;s the case here, as 1. it was on sale at a really good price, and 2. Behringer always seems to give a little more value/spec in products such as these when compared to other brands. The LEDs work fine, and a couple of sliders as opposed to rotary pots would have been nice but I guess that is a budget/footprint consideration again, and Behringer kept both small by sticking with pots.

Depends on your studio/live set-up, but you should probably invest in a couple of RCA to RCA and RCA to TRS cables to get the most out of this mixer - a couple of years ago I reviewed my extensive (!) cable collection and seriously considered chucking out all my RCA cables as I NEVER used them, and thought I never would...how wrong I was!! Luckily us tech/musicians are pack rats and we NEVER throw cables away..!! Or is that just me..?!!?
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Love it!
the t.daniele 03.01.2020
I bought this little mixer due to its small size. It is packed with features and sounds great!

It features 2 mic preamp and 2 stereo input channels, all of them have dedicated EQs and FX sends, which can be used to run stereo effects on every channel. The 2-Track in and output, and the headphone out, come in very handy.

The preamps sound good and are quite (they are not as noisy as the ones you can find in other inexpensive mixers), and they have plenty of gain.

Easy to use and very small, I'm super happy with my purchase!
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