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Behringer EURORACK MX602A

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Overall 8

Entry Level Amateur Audio Experimentation Bang fer the Bux!

WV4R, eHam.net
22 March 2003
  • Summary: Entry level bang fer the bux is Undeniable fer this Behringer 602A studio style audio mixer at $60 discounted online. The quality of construction is the same as their topline products, no corner cutting. The design is beautiful to behold. The features and benefits are too numerous to mention. I bot mine so I cud experiment Simultaneously with TWO studio condenser type microphones that require 48vdc phantom power.
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Overall 10

Does exactly what I need

WB4HUC, eHam.net
29 September 2002
  • Summary: I'm using my MX-602A for managing receive audio rather than for adjusting transmit audio. I have several receivers whose line-level audio output I want to send to my computer sound card line input. Using the mixer I can select which receiver audio goes to the computer without having to reach around behind all the equipment and swap or unplug cables. Another bonus is that the computer speakers sound a lot better than the external radio speakers I've been using.
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Overall 10

Excellent value

W2WX, eHam.net
1 January 2002
  • Summary: The price of the 602A is now under $100.00 new. It is well worth it. I am using it to interface my Marshall XLR mike, connecting to rig audio via accessory sockets in the back of my Icom rigs. Since many radios "monitors" are poor in quality, the Behringer allows you to hear very clearly the quality of audio from the mike to the rig. You can bring the receive audio into the mixer, wire in stereo speakers and tape your audio as well.
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Overall 10

Excellent Mixer & Price

KY6R, eHam.net
21 September 2001
  • Summary: I use mine with an Electrovoice RE-20, and it is excellent. Very high quality product, looks great in the shack, and I bought mine at Guitar Center for $119. I use it with 2 radios - simply by panning left or right depending on the radio that I am using at the time.
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