Reviews and Problems with Behringer MICROMIX MX400
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Works well with the XDJ-R1
HalleyImages, B&H Photo
17 July 2014
Excerpt: I use it to add multiple mics to the mix without having to break out the full mixer. It will produce white noise at more than 12 o'clock setting, but you cannot hear that when the music is playing. So overall, I give it a 4.5
Excerpt: This unit includes a power supply which is not included with some similar battery operated models from other manufactures. So, unless you enjoy replacing batteries on a regular basis I would recommend this unit.
Excerpt: I used this to mix my ipod and guitar into the amplifier and it doesn't sound half bad. It works exactly how I thought it would work. I turned the IPod channel down and the guitar channel up and it doesn't sound too bad for a single speaker mono setup.
Excerpt: It does what it was designed to do, and it's quiet. I power it with the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power II Plus, and it works like a charm.
I use it to mix the outputs of my Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator and my T.C. Electronics Nova System into one send which goes into my Boss RC-20XL Loop Station.
Excerpt: Great small mixer for those who need to sum up to 4 inputs to a single output. We use it to join two stereo headphone outputs from two Yamaha consumer keyboards into one output going to a single powered speaker for dual keyboard stage performances.
Excerpt: I use this product for drum click track mixing. A click track is fed into channel-one while a track with all backing audio is fed into channel-two. I then feed the output to a headphone amp which drives in-ear monitors that the drummer wears. Once again keep in mind this is strictly a mono mixer.
Excerpt: This is a great little 4 channel mixer, it can be found in most stores and online for approximately twenty United States dollars ($20 USD). I personally use my Behringer MX400 as a mixer for my synthesizer and sampler. It is very minimalistic and has nothing more than an audio …