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|Total # Of Inputs||10 Inputs|
: 3-pin XLR
: 1/4" TRS Phone
|Stereo Line Inputs||4 Stereo: L/R Paired 1/4" TRS Phone channels 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 and 9/10|
|AUX Sends||Stereo 1/4" TRS Phone|
|BUS (Group) Outputs||Stereo Main Only: L/R 1/4" TRS Phone|
|2 Trk Master I/O||CD/Tape -
: L/R RCA Phono
: L/R RCA Phono
|Monitor Outputs||Phones: 1/4" Stereo|
|EQ Section||Low: 80Hz ±15dB
High: 12kHz ±15dB
|Channel Level Control||Rotary Controls|
|Phantom Power||+48V Phantom|
|Metering||Stereo: 4-segment Peak LED meters|
|Frequency Response||10Hz to 20kHz (-3dB)|
|Dynamic Range||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||110dB / 112dB A-weighted|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||0.005% / 0.004% A-weighted|
USA/Canada 120V~, 60Hz, MXUL5 adapter
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||1.85 x 7.44 x 8.66" (47 x 189 x 220mm)|
|Weight||2.31 lbs (1.05kg)|
Nice little mixer. Use it for calling Bingo and spinning music with dj app on tablet during breaks. FX make it more fun Small and easy to pack
Sound is great. I use it on the gig and recording. No complaints. Feature:
Love the capabilities and the FX engine is awesome.
I purchased this little mixer to use with the Mackie SRM150 PA as it has some nice effects. It works very nice.
I HAVE BEEN MAKING MUSIC FOR OVER 12 YEARS. I WAS LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SMALL AND COMPACT FOR SMALL AND BIG VENUES. I HAVE 24 TRACK MIXER BUT IT IS TO BULKY WHEN YOU ONLY NEED TO USE A FEW CHANNELS. THIS XENYX 1002FX 10 Channel Audio Mixer with Effects IS OUTSTANDING.
I purchased this mixer to manage my varied connections from my Mac, my synth, my e-drum, electric guitar/bass and microphones. It works flawlessly, the build is solid, the buttons, knobs and slider also feel solid.
I bought this last month and I'm very happy with the product quality and features. I'm using it for home karaoke parties (2 mics, 1 other audio source) and for guitar parties (up to 2 mics, 2 guitars and other audio source like song backtrack).
Have been using this little Behringer mixer for a while now and am mightily impressed. The FX are decent but you do end up only using one or two as the rest are a bit gimmicky, but the reverbs are spot on and being able to adjust the intensity is a bonus.
It has low noise, even with the gain cranked up on the microphone channels (with 60+dB of gain, that's really saying something!) I've made several good recordings with it - everything ran through it sounds good live and in recording: vocals through a condensor mic, acoustic guitars through a...
Although is a good choice for entry level and home studio, there is a background noise which can not be eliminated whatsoever. The price is great as you can start at $38 for the 502, but you must be aware that this piece makes noise, not so loud but noise anyway.