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Behringer Xenyx X1832USB

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Mixer

  • 18 Channels
  • 60 mm Faders
  • 6 Mic inputs with 48 V phantom power and 75 Hz low cut
  • One compressor per mic channel
  • Internal 24.Bit multi effect device with 16 presets
  • Built-In USB sound card
  • USB port for direct connection to the PC
  • 9-Band Master EQ
  • 4 Stereo inputs
  • Three-band EQ with parametric mids
  • 3 AUX (pre/post)
  • Insert per channel
  • Peak LED per channel
  • Mute per channel
  • 2 Track in / out
  • XLR Main out
  • 2 Subgroups with separate exit
  • Mon Send Fader
  • FX Return fader
  • Internal power adapter
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 90 x 430 x 355 mm
  • Weight: 4.64 kg
  • Including 19" Rack kit
Recording / Playback Channels 2x2
Number of Mic Inputs 6
Number of Line Inputs 16
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 355 mm
Depth in mm 430 mm
Height in mm 90 mm
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€ 231
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dribro 28.01.2021
Muito versátil live ou em casa. Depois de nos acostumarmos e muito bom para qualquer workflow, simples ou elaborado.
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ritmo jovem 11.02.2019
excelente produto de fácil utilização aconselho a sua compra
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Absolutely idea for home studio, flexible and capable
AlcalaBob 30.05.2019
I've used Behringer mixers before and this was an upgrade for me to use with a DAW, recording against backing tracks and my own tracks. I needed something which could not only accommodate sends and returns for pedal stuff but also something I could export and use into iPads, etc. I needed a good range of input and output options with plenty of channels. I also use different monitoring options and external studio speakers so for a home studio mixer that won't break the bank, this ticked all the boxes.

By directing channels to a sub mix you get very good control over the mix and although I don't use a lot of effects and like to have total control over them, the built-in effects are very good. You can't apply separate effects to individual channels but you can control how much of that effect is applied. With a combination of send and return loops, the built-in effects and the use of the sub-mix, you have a great deal of flexibility and control. I haven't yet found something I wanted to be able to do but couldn't with this mixer. I'm not a pro running a professional studio but a seasoned amateur and this kit is ideal for my various needs.

On the back you can take line-level output from XLR stereo, or the sub mix output from jacks, or the control room outs from RCA, or the main outs from jacks, a very flexible selection available. Monitoring is easy through studio speakers or phones. To convert the line-level output from the mixer into an iPad I had to use another cheap little Behringer gizmo, a U-Control UCA222, also available from here. It sorts the line levels.

It's easy to mix output from the USB from your recording software with overdubbing another track and I've had no problems with latency. Sometimes latency is down to the computer driver and I've only used this on a Mac which doesn't need a separate driver so it's worth checking if there are latency problems related to this mixer on Windows. I did a brief check and didn't see any that seemed to implicate the mixer so it sounds pretty safe latency-wise.

I've used it for a couple of months now every day and I'm very pleased with the flexibility, the quality of the sound, the ease of use, It's not the cheapest mixer around but for this money, it's very hard to match the features and quality with anything close. Highly recommended.
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Behringer Xenyx X1832USB
TVMich 16.10.2019
fully satisfies the needs of a small band for studio and live performances
I inserted this into a 19" rack with crossover and amplifiers after this mixer.
Love the feedback detection feature.
Love built-in FX engine which is mainly used for voice.
Use submix for recording additional tracks into your project: main mix containing the music you play goes from the mixer to comp via USB port. Existing tracks go from the comp into the mixer via external sound card. the signal from the comp can be mixed with what you play and channeled into submix which will only play in your headphones, but main mix will only have the signal you produce - and this can be simultaneously recorded into your project as additional track. very convenient.
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