Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882
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Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882

Ultralink Pro MX882, Mesa de Mezcla Analógica from Behringer.

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moosers 10/04/2010

Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882 : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882 is an eight channel mixer and splitter that can be used both in the recording studio and on the stage. My experience with the Ultralink Pro MX882 is in the studio only however. You can use this in two different ways - either as eight channels of inputs and two outputs, or two channels of inputs and eight outputs to split your signal. The unit has two main XLR inputs and two main XLR outputs, as well as both an XLR input and output for each of the four channels. The last two channels have 1/4" connections for both inputs and outputs. It can be powered with a standard power cord and will take up only a single space in a traditional rack case.

UTILIZATION

The general make up of the Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882 is a very simple one to follow. Once you know what types of connections you'd like to make, there isn't too much left to do. Each of the six channels beyond that main two have parameters for input and output levels as well as a button for choosing between either spitting or mixing. The MX882 also has parameters for your main input and output levels as well as a main link button to choose either in or out. Each channel also has an LED meter for monitoring your levels. A manual probably isn't necessary for most users, but if you feel like you might not be able to understand it all off the bat I'd recommend having it around just in case.

SOUNDS

The Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882 doesn't make any sound of it's own, but you can judge it on how well it translates your signals. While it is hard to tell if there is any quality loss, since it is a pretty simple splitter/mixer, I would bet that it would be very minimal if any. If you're doing simple jobs with it to I can't imagine that you'd be getting any noise or anything like that as long as everything is connected properly.

OVERALL OPINION

For the price of the Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882, you really can't do too much complaining. It will definitely get the job done in more instances than not. Although I'm always weary of a Behringer product, I feel like this is the type of gear that you don't need to be spending too much money on, unless of course you're using it all the time. The only real downfall of the Behringer Ultralink Pro MX882 is that it feel cheap, but as long as it does the job, at this price I don't have have any qualms.