Excerpt: Compact mixer that gets the job done. Have used other Begringer products in the past and never have had issues with them. Fantastic for the price compared to other options. Same size as the 802, but more inputs (with stereo pairs). Makes it a perfect option for use with multiple audio source input on a computer workstation.
Pros: Compact, Excellent Sound, Various Inputs, Versatile
Excerpt: If you are working with clean audio signals that don't require much handling then the specs on this mixer hold up. If starting with a noisy signal then I have found that more expensive Mackie mixers do a better job. We use these Behringer mixers to monitor audio from various sources and overall they do a pretty good job.
Summary: I have ben a Behringer fan for many years and have been very happy with the quality and functionality of thier products. This mixer is not any different. My old mixer met it's demise from a child running past the keyboard and sending it flying. The mixer survived but the powersupply did not. I decided that the Xenyx 1002 was to replace it. This little mixer is built well, performs well and nice and compact.
Excerpt: We are using the xenyx 1002 in a backup studio which also serves as a production room. Does 90 percent of the things our big board does, with sound quality more than adequate for rock FM radio.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Compact, Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Versatile
Excerpt: Purchased primarily for its 'Tape In to Control Room' monitoring function to use with an Olympus LS-10. Exceptional recordings using professional mics with or w/o phantom can be verified and compared Live in the field. Its compact & lightweight form factor also comes in handy when you need to add a few inputs, control a sub-mix or create a mix/minus on short notice. A small piece of masking or console tape will subdue the Power LED.
Pros: Compact, Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Versatile