Behringer Xenyx 802
Behringer Xenyx 802

Xenyx 802, Mesa de Mezcla Analógica from Behringer in the Xenyx series.

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JimboSpins 03/01/2013

Behringer Xenyx 802 : la opinión de JimboSpins (content in English)

"Nice for small at home projects"

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The Behringer XENYX 802 is an 8 channel mixer that is pretty standard. I have had about 3 of these in the last 5 years. It has been around for a while and Behringer is still selling it for about the same price that it came out for. It is very light and portable and can come anywhere with you. The knobs do break off easily though and the unit as a whole can get worn down quickly if you use it a lot. That is how I went through 3 of them over the last 5 years. These are great for small at home style projects or for karaoke or something similar to that. It does have a preamp with phantom power but it is not very good. It is pretty basic and will not give you the best quality of audio but you really cannot expect to get the best out of this unit because it is rather “cheap”. If you want to get better quality out of it for recording you will need to have a pretty good interface to make up for it.


All of the basic functions are easy to use, the manual is clear and sufficient if you even need to look at it.


No it does not generate a hiss but it is not as quiet as I thought it was going to be. The EQ is pretty good for it too be at this price.


I do recommend getting this if you cannot afford a better set up, but that main purpose for me to get it was just for fun and to do some small stuff at home. But for some reason it just would not hold up for me. The Knobs on it were always breaking off, but it was a good thing that this is so inexpensive and it was easy to just go replace the whole thing. There are 8 channels on it and that is a huge plus for a 70 dollar mixer. It also has LED metering and some EQ options (3 bands on each channel). This mixer has all of the options needed to record with if it had better preamps I think it would be perfect. But for smaller at home stuff it does work great.