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  • Premium ultra-low noise, high headroom analog mixer
  • 4 state-of-the-art XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps
  • Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQs for warm and musical sound
  • Studio-grade stereo FX processor with 100 awesome presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and various multi-effects
  • FX send control per channel for internal FX processor and/or as external send
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Product Description

Behringer XENYX 1202FX Premium 12-Input 2-Bus Mixer

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Premium 12-Input 2-Bus Mixer with XENYX Mic Preamps, British EQs and Multi-FX Processor

The compact XENYX 1202FX mixer allows you to effortlessly achieve premium-quality sound, thanks to its 4 onboard studio-grade XENYX Mic Preamps and ultra-musical “British” channel EQs. Add to this our 24-Bit, dual engine FX processor with 100 awesome presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and various multi-effects – and the 1202FX becomes an incredibly versatile mixer for your live performances.

Sonically Superior Mic Preamps

The XENYX 1202FX gets its name from our legendary, high headroom XENYX mic preamps, which have been praised by audio engineers all over the world. These state-of-the- art mic pres represent a major step in the evolution of audio technology – and they can easily hold their own, even when compared to the most expensive stand-alone mic preamps. XENYX preamps offer a staggering 130 dB of dynamic range, with a bandwidth that extends from below 10 Hz to well above 200 kHz. Armed with these outstanding mic preamps, the XENYX 1202FX provides such transparent, crystal-clear performance you just might think someone upgraded your mics while you weren’t looking.

Sublimely Musical British EQ

The British consoles of the 1960s and ‘70s changed the sound of rock and roll – without them the British Invasion might not have happened. Those legendary mixing desks soon became the envy of engineers and producers all over the world. The channel EQ on our XENYX mixers is based on that very same circuitry, allowing you to imbue signals with incredible warmth and detailed musical character. Even when applied generously, these equalizers exhibit sweet forgiveness and superb audio quality.

Amazing Value

No matter what your audio mixing needs, the XENYX 1202FX provides the performance and features that can take your talent to the next level, at a price sure to amaze you. Professional sound quality, our legendary XENYX mic preamps, British EQs and 24-Bit Multi-FX Processor make the XENYX 1202FX ideal for your live gigs. Try one on today – we have one available in your size!

Built-in Digital Multi-FX Processor

Equipped with our studio-grade 24-bit Multi-FX processor, the 1202FX gives you 100 mind-blowing digital effect presets such as delay, chorus and reverb. Apply them to any channel, as well as to the monitors and main output. Of course, if you have treasured outboard gear you’ve grown attached to, the 1202FX lets you integrate them into the mix – bypassing the built-in FX processor.

You Are Covered

We always strive to provide the best possible Customer Experience. Our products are made in our own MUSIC Group factory using state-of-the-art automation, enhanced production workflows and quality assurance labs with the most sophisticated test equipment available in the world. As a result, we have one of the lowest product failure rates in the industry, and we confidently back it up with a generous 3-Year Warranty program.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 8.7 x 1.8 inches ; 4.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000J5Y214
  • Item model number: 1202FX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,313 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at October 1, 2006

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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Incantessimo VINE VOICE on March 16, 2008
I own the Behringer Xenyx 1202FX, which is essentially this model but costs about 20 dollars more for the FX (it comes with 100 set effects). I have been doing home recording with Cubase and Logic, using a Presonus Firebox audio interface, with both MIDI, vocals and instruments, and didn't use a mixing board, but eventually decided to try one out given that (a) they are making them at very reasonable prices and (b) I had more inputs and outputs than the Firebox could easily handle.

This mixing board didn't look that impressive to me when I first checked it out, but having set it up and used it, it operates very well and cleanly. The fact that it comes with four mic inputs and preamps is a plus. The fact that it does not have an on/off switch is a minus. But basically it works well, the EQ is useful, and it has a large number of inputs and outputs for such a small mixer. Behringer makes a range of models with less/more inputs to suit one's needs, so this is great. Also, having a dedicated mixer makes it easier for me, as I can leave all my inputs connected and just adjust things on the mixer depending on what I want to record. Another small thing that is mixing is a button that cuts out the line altogether -- you have to turn it down to zero. And, there are no faders (except the main); instead it uses knobs for everything. Well, I would have liked some of these things, but then I would have to pay more, and what I really wanted was functionality at a good price, and that is what the Behringer Xenyx has delivered thus far.

By the way, I am running the following through the mixer: an AT3035 audiotechnica condenser mic, an Alesis QS8.1, guitar via line-in (or mic'd), two KRK RP5 studio monitors, Presonus Firebox. Everything's been working and sounding great thus far.
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38 of 45 people found the following review helpful By T. Harris on May 21, 2009
The fact that is has no power button still kinda blows my mind. Imagine if your car came with no ignition and you had to connect the battery when you wanted to drive it and disconnect it to park.

I really prefer dedicated auxiliary sends, not cd/tape RCA workarounds.

That said the audio quality for $100 is jaw dropping. It produces substantially less noise than my older but feature rich mixer. The manual stated it has "first class" effects, which I took for just some PR buzz words but I have to admit they are really good. It fools the ears and really creates a dynamic space, relative to what the reality is, which is acoustically challenging to say the least. You just need a touch of gate and compression to control it. The 3 band EQ (my old mixer had 2) is icing on the cake. And it stays relatively cool. You could fry an egg on my old mixer after a couple hours of work.

So ok I'll shut up about the lack of features since I'd likely have to put down close to another $100 to get everything I'm used to and I'm on a really tight budget. I'll take those short comings for the sound quality. And it's small. It takes up substantially less real estate, always a plus on my desktop.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Peter D. Walchli on January 18, 2011
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I don't know why this is called a "Xenyx Premium Analog Mixer"; it's a Xenyx 1202FX Mixer made by Behringer. The only difference between this mixer and the 1202FX units on Amazon is that I waited an extra week to get it, but I saved $20 as well.

As for the mixer itself, I've had the opportunity to work with many mixers in my career and for the price, this is a gem. (I could waste your time with the old "I've been in the business for almost four decades" and "Mackie, Yahama, Soundcraft, blah, blah, blah" but let's get on with it, okay?).

Like a lot of mixers, you'll want to fire this puppy up FIRST, before you fire up your amp. The pop isn't as bad as an Alesis, but it's impressive, and you could fry a thing or two along the way.

If you crank every pot to the max, you can achieve the worst case scenario, which is mild hum and minor hiss. The likeihood of you ever needing to do this is small; overall, it's pretty darn quiet. In any case, if you ground the unit well, you shouldn't have a problem.

The single biggest complain that you'll read about this mixer is the lack of an off switch. I've invested a great deal of time into researching this issue, and I have found a solution. I went to the Service Counter at our local Ace Hardware and asked for help. After I explained the issue to this crusty old fella, he tottered over into a back room, and when he came back, he came back with an odd looking contraption that ended in a wall plug. He called it a Power Strip, and he said that I could plug all of the equipment on my console into it, and I could turn everything on using a single switch. Cool. Problem solved. 5 bucks.

Oh, for you Spinal Tap fanatics, there is no "11" on this mixer. Sorry.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 19, 2010
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If you don't have it, you just don't know how bad you need it. This little device is the giant step for home studio musicians who aren't ready (or have no need) to invest a bundle in sound equipment. The 1202FX turned my 50-watt Peavey Basic bass amp into a mini-PA system. It gives you solid mic quality as well as precise guitar sound and will allow you to mix in just about anything (a drum machine, in my case) without losing any sound fidelity. On the beginner level, plugging more than two or more of anything into an amp will cost you at least 25% of your sound quality. The Behringer will astound you with the clarity and mixing ability that you can get out of even a 50-watt bass amp. The only downside is the so-called F/X, they're almost non-distinguishable, but with what this baby produces on the front end, you won't shed a tear. For about $150, it's the best investment you'll make before looking at serious long-term purchases.
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