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Behringer XENYX 502 Premium Mixer

Code: 31558    Manufacturer Part No: 000-576   
Behringer XENYX 502 Premium Mixer

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€29.65 (euros)

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XENYX 502 Premium Mixer description:

The Behringer XENYX 502 Premium 5-Input 2-Bus Mixer with Xenyx Mic Preamp And British EQs. Highly affordable, quality mixer with a XENYX Mic Preamp and 2-band EQ.

The Behringer XENYX 502 has 5 inputs and main mix, stereo CD/tape plus separate headphone outputs. Additionally, assignable CD/tape inputs have been incorporated for routing flexibility. The XENYX Mic Preamp matches the sound quality, transparency, headroom and even the dynamic range of boutique-style, stand-alone mic preamps. Behringers neo-classic British EQ brings back the warmth and musicality of those 60s and 70s mega-console desks that made music history.

The main features of the Behringer XENYX 502 include:

  • Highly affordable, quality mixer with a XENYX Mic Preamp and 2-band EQ
  • Premium ultra low-noise, high headroom analogue mixer
  • State-of-the-art Xenyx Mic Preamp is comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps
  • Neo-classic "British" 2-band EQs for warm and musical sound
  • Main mix, stereo CD/tape plus separate headphone outputs
  • CD/tape inputs assignable to headphone output or main mix outputs
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life

MPN: 000-576

Manufacturer: Behringer

This page first created on: 16/07/2007

Customer Reviews


Does the basic stuff as good as you need. I only wanted a bit of a switcher/router on the desktop for stereo sources and while it sounds clean enough, the headphone level is dependant on the main level, which is only even surplus to requirements as far as i'm concerned. Why the headphone signal could not have been split before rather than fed through the main, surely isnt part of the mixer's cheap price. Having said that, it is very cheap, so you cant complain about much. The 2 track can be routed sepertly at least.

This customer purchased the product in March 2014