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Old January 1st, 2007, 04:53 AM   #1
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Behringer Xenyx

Does anyone have any experience with the Behringer Xenyx? I have heard that Behringer arnts that good of a brand, is this true? Is there new Xenyx series better than the old UB Series?
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The people at Equipment Emporium speak highly of the Behringer Xenyx 1204, apparently it is their best selling entry-level mixer.

At that price I guess you can't go wrong. For less than most USB audio interfaces alone you also get a 12 input mixer with quiet pre-amps as well as downloadable recording software.

Behringer has sold nearly a million mixers worldwide, so I guess they have a leg-up in terms of R&D.

Alesis also sells a similar mixer, albeit with 8 inputs, the Multimix 8USB which comes with Cubase at a comparable price

USB mixers make a lot of sense for video editing application as they leave your firewire free for video/storage.

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