Behringer 802 Reviews4.0/5.0 based on 11 customer reviews
Sort By Date Sort By Rating
December 22, 2012Music Background:
Live Sound Hobbyist
Behringer Xenyx 802 - Perfect fit for my Home Theater System.I just love the Low-Mid-High British Equalizers in both the Stereo and Mic Inputs of these units. I had bought 3 units already and I plan to buy one more for my Home Thearter Setup. It's the best I ever had for music reproduction. It's so simple and the tonal quality is just perfect, excellent. I normally use graphic equalizers for this purpose but now I junked them all. Believe me, try it and you will be surprised and the price? the best, too.
David L. Maxwell
from Davenport, IA USA
September 14, 2012Music Background:
Behringer Xenyx 802 as Studio MixerAs I am setting up a small home studio for my self and friends, being on a limited budget as most musicians can be. I wanted more than just 1 or 2 inputs so I talked with the amazing folks at Sweetwater and chose the Behringer Xenyx 802 and found it the perfect unit for my studio. I play guitar,bass and 5-string banjo etc. so I can keep all plugged in along with my drum machine and can quickly switch from one to another without unplugging and plugging in. I have it thru my line in port on my sound card and the clarity of input is undaunting. The price was as amazing as the quality and ease of use. I feel like a big time studio Mogul now and all thanks goes to you all at Sweetwater. Thanks for treating my small purchases as if I was spending a million. You guys are TOPS !!
from PENSAACOLA, FLORIDA (USA)
January 5, 2012Music Background:
Behringer Xenyx 802you can't beat this unit for the price, and the performance is excellent.
from Los Angeles, CA
March 26, 2013Music Background:
Versatile BoardWonderful little utilitarian board at half the price from most other retailers!
from Louisville, KY USA
May 1, 2012Music Background:
Pro Musician and Teacher
How I added reverb to my church organ with the Xenyx 802I talked with Phil Schwan on the phone about adding reverb to my old
Baldwin church organ. The organ has four channels and I knew little
about mixers, so he explained that I could take the Behringer Xenyx 802 which is a 4 channel mixer and mix the 4 channels down to 1 channel, send it through the reverb (Alesis NanoVerb Unit) and then
back through the organ amplifier and I would have reverb as well as other effects possible with the Alesis unit. It works Great!
from Seneca, SC
October 30, 2012Music Background:
rookie player, recording, etc.
Bheringer 802 - Great BuyGreat little mixer. Use it on my desktop with two Rokit 5 speakers to play backing tracks while I'll practive guitar. I use a foot pedal to add some reverb and pitch correction and run it all thru the mixer. I use the headphones output too. The price is great too. Nothing negative about it.
from Garland, Texas
October 15, 2012Music Background:
vinyl record digitizer, as a hobby
Little MixerThis little mixer is exactly what I needed to start digitizing my collection of albums and a few cassette tapes. Just the right size and number of channels to fit on my desk twixt my receiver & turntable then over to my computer. It's gonna be a long process, but this mixer has the features I needed to make records sound great going into iTunes and external storage for good. Also good way to record youngsters with mike imputs.
from Duluth, MN
February 13, 2012Music Background:
57 years in music
Behringer Xenyx 802Perfect for what I needed it for.
September 10, 2012Music Background:
Mini mixer with a funky power supply.The mixer works well for what it is meant to be - a mini mix. The problem comes in when an over zealous sound tech stomps around the equipment and pulls the power supply out the back of the rack. This proprietary end of the cable is not found at a local electronics shop, and the only available replacement for the PS online costs more than half of the replacement cost.
from United States
December 31, 2011Music Background:
A decent little mixer/preamp.I bought this to act as a mixer/preamp between a Korg Kronos and a pair of near-field studio monitors. It does a very nice job, very quiet and reliable. I would recommend it for dedicated applications such as this so that one need not tie up a studio mixing console for things like composition sessions. It could also serve as an inexpensive introductory mixer for a student, although the number of channels is very limiting in that scenario.
from Hickory, NC
March 13, 2012Music Background:
Performer, producer, engineer
You get what you (don't) pay forI don't mean to knock the product that hard, it's just that I've purchased 3 units... and twice I've had the little prongs of the AC male jack (resembles a 5-pin mini MIDI cable) break off inside the female jack, rendering the entire unit useless. On a separate occasion, one of the pins broke off, but it was able to be replaced.
The sound is decent.