Behringer Mixers?

Discussion in 'Consoles / Control Surfaces' started by trippinblly, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. trippinblly

    trippinblly Guest

    Im looking to get a behringer ub1202 for my home setup...just to run guitar and vocal mics...any thoughts...and if ya disagree, any suggestions up to $150...thanks
  2. MilesAway

    MilesAway Guest

    Yeah... giver' :)

    They're pretty low-end sounding mixers but for that price, you're not going to get anything *good*. The Pre's are a tad harsh, but not so bad that they're useless. Other than that, i've never had any issues. Take care of it and it'll last you until you can afford to upgrade.
  3. trippinblly

    trippinblly Guest

    nice, thanks
  4. CoyoteTrax

    CoyoteTrax Well-Known Member

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    for the price the Behri UB series isn't too bad. I have a UB1204 I use sometimes myself.

    In the same price range though you might have a looks at the Soundcraft compact 4 and 10. They're a little quieter IMO and actually have a useable EQ section that's a little more "musical".
  5. GregP

    GregP Guest

    I own a Behringer UB802 that I rarely use for guitars since the added hum really becomes pronounced when you add some high-gain amp sim to it.

    BUT, it served well enough for the price! At the time, the Soundcraft Compact 4 wasn't available. If it was, and going back in time, I would have gotten the Compact 4-- even if the quality of the preamps is similar, I like the way that the Compact 4 is more suited to home studio in terms of its list of features.

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