Behringer XENYX 1002B Premium 10-Input 2-Bus Mixer with XENYX Preamps, British EQ and Optional Battery Operation, Black

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Behringer XENYX 1002B Premium 10-Input 2-Bus Mixer with XENYX Preamps, British EQ and Optional Battery Operation, Black

Behringer XENYX 1002B Premium 10-Input 2-Bus Mixer with XENYX Preamps, British EQ and Optional Battery Operation, Black

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This also proves what rubbish they can just dish out and take your money and then ask you to take a walk the next day. For some reason that is beyond the scope of this conversation, it is stuck on the mainland and not sure that it will ever get to me. To handle your input sources, you get five mic preamps, a total of six stereo channels with dual 1/4" inputs, two mono 1/4" inputs, and CD/tape inputs and outputs with RCA connections. To their credit, the design is a big departure from the Peavy RQ200 inside, even though they look suspiciously similar on the outside.

The little mixer is quite straight forward, the mixer uses thee 9volt PP3 batteries, two are used as the supply to the mixer in a 9-0-9 configuration, and the third for the 18v Phantom supply, but no step-up circuit, it uses one of the supply batteries to add to the phantom battery to make the 18v, this I consider a very poor arrangement as it means there is a higher drain on one of the main 9v supply batteries meaning the 9-0-9v will quickly become 9-0-8, then 9-0-7 volts etc etc, and if you have hungry mic’s like mine you will quickly have a lop-sided supply with it’s obvious problems, even when on its original mains PSU the phantom supply is barely 20 volts, but this is academic as I don’t have its original PSU. Andertons Music Company is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, firm registration number 716155. Premium ultra-low noise analog mixer with optional battery operation,2 state-of-the-art XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps,Neo-classic ''British'' 3-band EQs for warm and musical sound. Six channels (OK, "10", but I really don't count the stereo ones as two channels), 5 XLR inputs, 3 band EQ per channel, phantom power, monitor and FX sends, inserts, and seven 60mm faders, which are much more convenient for quick adjustments than tiny knobs which are standard for most mixers this size.Due to the stereo architecture, the most logical point after that is right after the 2x1 mono summing resistors and right before the monitor send pot. I didn't recognize the opamps in use, but after listening to it, was quite surprised by its sound quality. The channel EQ on our XENYX mixers is based on that very same circuitry, allowing you to imbue signals with incredible warmth and detailed musical character. I have come to the same conclusion as you, the phantom must be a step up device, on battery it uses three 9v PP3 batteries, two run the mixer and one for the Phantom, and I agree keeping the voltage low-ish would help save battery power, but that’s no god if it can’t drive the mics, it is very rare I’d need battery power, but it does happen, my daughter got her first degree in music and I love to hear her, her second in the medical world as music rarely pays the bills, but a few weeks back she came across a piano in the middle of a field of sun flowers and of course could not leave it, the piano was in a terrible state as it had rained all night!

The British consoles of the 1960s and ‘70s changed the sound of rock and roll – without them, the British Invasion might not have happened. I was in the recording world a long time ago, but now im retired and I want to play again but mainly just for fun as my hearing is now damaged, however I do not let that stop me, I'm also wheel chair disabled and I don't let that stop me either! We advise you to update to a currently supported browser (such as Chrome, Edge, or Firefox) to improve your security, speed, and overall experience. So yes, to answer your question, you can connect 3 stereo sources to this mixer, you may need adaptors from RCA to 1/4" jack however. I've now had the chance to have a good look at the little mixer, I have also given up on trying to find any tech info, and what little I did find was Wrong!The Xenyx 1002B comes complete with a mains power supply and is optionally powered by 9V PP3 type batteries - 2x for normal operation and 3x for phantom power.

The Behringer XENYX 1002B mixer enables differentiated sound control of the 10 input channels including effect path and direct monitoring in a small space. Don’t let the small footprint fool you—the XENYX 1002B is built to the same exacting standards as our larger format XENYX mixers and is housed in an equally rugged steel chassis. Andertons Music Company acts as a credit broker and not a lender and only offers credit products from Secure Trust Bank PLC trading as V12 Retail Finance. I didnt know that the input senses if one jack is unused and replicates the left mono signal to fill in for the right side too. I am so happy with the set up that suits my needs perfectly I have obtained a second 1002B with the intention of slaving them together by connecting the busses together, why not just get a bigger mixer I hear you ask?The dealer will certainly not help because he made a huge fight to just give me the guarantee that im actually entitled to. Two PP3s give a nominal 18V, The 9V for the rest of the mixer is pretty low and I suspect it has pretty poor headroom.



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