Reviews and Problems with Behringer Xenyx X1832 USB
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Perfect for a Small band.
25 March 2016
Summary: Perfect mixer for a small band with bass, guitar, keyboards, drums, and a few vocals. Bought this and the EP2000 power amp instead of a powered mixer. From the on board compression to the channel inserts, to the 2 sub outputs there is so much more flexibility. Enough channels for the band.
Summary: Awesome features and great sound. Hands down, the best mixer in this price range. Everything seems fairly well built and sturdy. Knobs and faders don't feel flimsy at all, as with other mixers I've seen in this price range. Totally happy with this product!
Excerpt: I would have loved to keep this mixer but due to the stereo out of the USB connection I have no use for it. Great build and sound quality but only having the ability to record 2 tracks simultaneously is of no use to me.
Excerpt: Picked up this board last week for an outdoor theater event I was running. I decided to go with this mixer because it has just about everything you need for small to mid sized performances in one portable box: On board compressors, 9 band EQ, effects, sub outs, etc.
Excerpt: I've had a little more time with this great mixer and it amazes me a little more every time I use it for another new task. It has all the features, ins/outs that you could want in a small footprint mixer.
Excerpt: I've had many boards over my career, even high end recording large format boards, but downsizing to a full featured mixer for submixing to 2488, live work, DJ, etc.....I did a lot of research and was pretty set on Yamaha or Soundcraft, as I was not completely impressed by previous Behringer...