Behringer Xenyx 1202 Mixer

8-ch Mixer with Four Xenyx Mic Preamps, Four Stereo Channels, 3-band EQ, and 1 Aux Send Per Channel
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High Channel Count for a Low Price

You can manage all your audio signals easily with the Behringer Xenyx 1202 mixer. Featuring eight input channels (four mono and four stereo) and one post-fader auxiliary send on each channel, the Xenyx 1202 is equally suited for studio or live use. To handle your input sources, you get four Xenyx mic preamps, four stereo channels with dual 1/4" inputs, and CD/tape inputs and outputs with RCA connections. Balanced 1/4" outputs are ready to send your mix to your sound system or studio monitors. If you need an efficient and easy way to mix your audio, check out the Behringer Xenyx 1202.

Behringer Xenyx 1202 Mixer Features at a Glance:

  • Flexible input and output options

  • 4 Xenyx mic preamps
  • 60mm logarithmic-taper master fader
  • 1 post-fader auxiliary send per channel
  • 3-band EQ per channel

Additional Media

Live Mixer Buying Guide
Xenyx 1002 User Manual
Xenyx 1202 Spec Sheet

Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 8
Inputs - Mic Preamps 4 x XLR
Inputs - Line 4 x 1/4" (mono), 8 x 1/4" (stereo paired)
Inputs - Other 2 x RCA
Outputs - Main 2 x 1/4" (main out), 2 x 1/4" (control room out)
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Send/Return I/O 1 x 1/4" TRS (FX send)
Phantom Power 4
EQ Bands 3-band
Aux Sends 1 x Post
Faders 60mm Master Fader
Height 1.9"
Width 8.7"
Depth 9.5"
Weight 3 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 1202

Customer Reviews

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Massive value for money

Small enough for a personal mixer, cheap enough for a bedroom studio, powerful enough to make real work possible. Sounds great. I use mine to tie together a small army of Volcas that I run through stereo effects units. The best endorsement I can give, is that it's so trouble-free that I hardly know it's there. Equally at home in the bedroom studio or on stage.
Music background: Semi-pro composer and performer


good product, best price, free shipping and no taxfast delivery
Music background: audio guy

Xenyx 1202 mixer

Great little mixer! I have a effects processor , mains ,monitor, sud woofers and four mics for singing and the other spots are for mics too. No problems here. I highly recommend this mixer people especially for those on a buget and even if your not on a buget this mixer does its job well and is worth more. Sure does a lot.
Music background: Bass player my whole life pro.

Excellent Synth Solution

I bought one of these several years ago, and was impressed with the sound quality for the price. However, I didn't use it much since I had other interfaces for recording to my PC. My synth and keyboard collection grew in the meantime, and I was getting tired of connecting and reconnecting every time I changed synths. Out came the Xenyx 1202. I am able to connect six keyboards to it in stereo (up to twelve in mono). My better synths and keyboards are connected to the first four inputs which have three band eq. The remaining synths are connected to the stereo inputs. The RCA Tape-In channel allows me to use my iPad apps with a keyboard controller. Yes, I probably have too many keyboards and synths. I blame it on Propellerheads Reason for sparking my keyboard fetish. Now that Propellerheads charges a fortune for RE's I found I can buy real synths for less. Especially with so many new, low priced synths coming out. I finally had one synth too many though. I bought a second Xenyx 1202 to handle the excess. Now by splitting up the keyboards I can run the main outs of one into a stereo in of the other and route that into my PA. Each keyboard/synth is at the same volume level. I can run all instruments at once with no hum or noise. I can play any synth and switch to any other when I want, or I can play multiple synths at once. There is plenty of room under the inputs to label everything as well. Also, at first I wasn't sure I would like not having faders for each input, but this works better in this case since it is harder to bump the knobs and mess up the levels. Sorry for the length of this review, but I could have saved a lot of time if I had this information to begin with, so maybe it can help someone else.

Behringer Xenyx 1202

It's a very good, inexpensive, unit that does exactly what I need it to do...great price, easy to use and a great match for the JBL EON ONE. I would recommend this unit to anyone that is on a tight budget and needs something to add to your new JBL EON...
Music background: Gigging in the local restaurants and private parties and our River Walk in the summer hours.
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