Behringer Xenyx 1002 - Mezclador para DJ (110 Db, 10 - 200000 Hz, 0,005%, 13W, 18,9 cm, 22 cm)
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Salidas principales además de salidas de CD/cinta estéreo auriculares y sala de control. Entradas de CD/cinta asignables a la mezcla principal o a las salidas de sala de control/auriculares Función "FX a sala de control" que permite monitorizar la señal de efectos vía las salidas de auriculares y sala de control Fader principal logarítmico de: 60 mm de bajo desgaste y potenciómetros encapsulados Componentes de alta calidad y construcción extremadamente robusta para una larga vida Concebida y diseñada por BEHRINGER en Alemania
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Upon receiving this 1002, I created a board to mount the mixer on, along with the metronome, and provided power to all devices. I began testing it. The reason I got this particular mixer is for the 2 XLR channels with gain. The plan was to bring the metronome in on ch 2 (via a TRS 1/4"), and leave ch 1 for use with a house XLR feed for in-ear monitoring.
I noticed an immediate discrepancy between the 2 XLR channels. I had made no change on the output volume of my metronome, but on ch 2, I had to absolutely max the gain (and in doing so, create a ton of hum/white in my ears) while not having near the headroom I used to have on my previous mixer. Ch 1 seemed to work for testing with an XLR feed from my PA, but I still had to add gain (knob half way up), and volume up almost all the way on that channel as well, and I know my signal level is great coming into this board. I would have thought these mic pre's would be the same as similar Behringer mixers- I have the one that has 6 XLRs across the top and I never had any issue with headroom when needed on that board.
My concern is, playing in a rock band, sometimes, depending on the situation, I need to be able to bump up the click volume to surmount the band in my ears. Using the 2nd channel for the metronome, there was no way to get it loud enough as it stands, no matter what I tried. Main fader was always at unity and when comparing the 2 XLR channels via the same source, ch 1 was slightly better, but ch 2 had a marked volume issue.
My temporary solution is to run my metronome into this board via the RCA jacks with a 3.5mm-to-RCA cable. The metronome is plenty loud this way; I keep the main fader at unity and control it via the headphone pot. I haven't tested the rig yet with a loud band and using channel 1 for my in-ear feed, but we'll see how that goes when it happens. I already have the mixer mounted on a board with velcro as well as its power supply (which is heavy...) otherwise I'd return it and try another mixer, maybe mine has issues with the XLR channels??? This is my first disappointing experience with a Behringer mini-mixer.
I've had bad run-ins with Behringer over the decades, but at this price, I figured I'd give it a shot. I'm glad I did.
SIMPLE mixer, is what this is. The mic pre's are good, and the EQ on the first two channels are very nice (again, lookit the PRICE).
HAPPY, and would recommend for a similar application.