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Like Tweet Submit. Average Score: 3. Sort by most recent most useful. I picked up this unit after trading in my old mixer at my local music store. I like the preamps, and the way everything is mounted, with the knobs riding on the metal, and the potentiometers inside built like a mackie! By far the best part of this unit is the direct outs on channels This is the only mixer I could find that had that feature in a reasonable price range.

The built in effects are decent too, good enough for live use anyway. The direct outs aren't balanced! Who's stupid idea was that? Also, I wish they would make a version without the effects. Like I said, they are good enough for live use. But I own a recording studio and I don't need them. Lots of others feel this way too. The unit is built tough. The faders are smooth, the detents at 12 oclock on the knobs are enough to let you know that it's not going anywhere until you turn it, and it is better than any of the other behringer mixers I've used in the past.

I wish that behringer would hire some people that speak english to write their english manuals. I have owned 5 behringer products over the years, and all manuals are ridden with typos, run on sentances, and in the case of the fcb midi controller, it was useless.

Did you find this review helpful? It has all the features expected of a table, 10 XLR inputs with parametric equa, 80Hz filter, possibility of sub-group, mute and everything else. It is really complete the scene was all the options imaginable, and in addition it is rack mountable. I understand that users who are not poor ratings in the features sections, I have another table and yamaha soundcraft for recording and they do not have as much opportunity as this one, either in returns, distribution of high Speakers and settings.

The manual is clear, I read it. I read a lot of problems among users of breath but I must say that the fan noise of other amps pass over. One thing is this is not a table made for recording in the studio, it's really dedicated to service. I have two other tables of good reputation that I do not go out live because not enough tracks vocals, bass, guitar, percussion, synth and drums that did a lot of tracks and not damaged and all the way the public would not hear the difference with the sound of the concerts.

A breath as this, I have rarely heard this. Cheap but still too expensive. See below. I have not had any problems for Premire use of the mark. The manual is comprehensive, although somewhat technical for a novice. SOUNDS When potentiomtres of legalization are rgls yes, I often fall to rev up mdium strong, keep the upper 0 and two or more potentiomtres ngatif least according to the speakers.

Four six hours a day, never fails! The highlight of this small table is the 8 outputs deriere live there, it allows to go live on the multitrack recorder or sound card and record the instruments without going through the subgroups or by the auxs. Not think I even check it out! SOUNDS For me no problem of breath, the effects are perfect for live I use a reveb and does very well I do not know why this brand is much disparaging but I only had the good service provided by the equalization console.

Cote: soundcraft I was not doing better or worse is a question of turning the right knobs and have a little ear and you're playing! As a mixer. Routing possibilities complte. Inserts on all mono tracks. Insert the master. Note symtriques inputs and outputs, use a DS as possible. The knobs are small and close to each other which severely hampers the use of scne.

I always had doubts about the quality of the knobs and faders of the mark And indeed there is one that begins "crachouiller". The ALPS faders are many Fader groups 4 trs too sensitive.

The Liasons asymtriques actually introduce a lightweight breath. It seems to me trs important to note that using the input and output symtriques, the breath is almost inesxistant; to me anyway! The qualiseurs are correct within a certain range of gain. However, it seems better to use them in attnuation plutt amplification! Reconnaissont him a certain fragility!

It is obvious that for a more professional you think not even! But it's a secret. EQ on all channels, parametric medium. On paper There's everything you need. It does not differ from other tables and you have a little experience goes smoothly ca. The manual is fairly brief, but enough to attack if we start altogether.

We are not in Avalon, America is not to be mistaken, but it is not in the same price either. Frankly, a good compressor and insert the work is really effective and clean, to use the votes. A good condenser mic is also very important. The amp makes a big difference, however, and the voices and acoustic guitars I have a twin price of Q at Joe Meek.

It is more pointed. But globalemnt can not complain, it's already very clean. As clean as the Mackie, but actually clear. The effects are really there to decorate, even if they are not really bad, but we are used to much better.

Let's say it'll live for the good, the masi enregistrment prefer the effects of your soft or external rack. I have a VLZ it 6 or 7 years and believe me if you want, but the sound of the behringer is good.

The price he has nothing to do with cons. For the price of lmackie you can have this table and an external stereo preamp plus a compressor 2 or 4 channel behringer always with an end result that will give much more successful and a pro table alone. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more.


Behringer Eurorack Ub2442fx-pro 16 Channel Audio Mixer 24 Input

The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See details for description of any imperfections. I took a chance buying this mixer. All channels are in working order. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned.


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The flagship of Behringer's newest line of mixers is a four-buss design with 26 inputs, four aux sends and an internal effects processor. As more project studios move towards computer-based and all-in-one audio workstation solutions, the traditional large mixing console is becoming increasingly redundant. In its place, smaller mixers are being drafted in to help 'glue' audio and hardware MIDI systems together or to provide a means of routing a limited number of analogue sources into a computer's audio interface for recording. In fact, a small traditional mixer of some kind is pretty much essential in any musician's studio as, in addition to mic preamps, it provides a means of controlling essential functions such as monitor levels, two-track playback, machine-to-machine dubbing and so on. Photo: Mark Ewing The Behringer Eurorack UBFX is part of their latest series of low-cost, general purpose analogue mixers, and this model comes with brackets for where rackmounting is more appropriate.

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