Behringer Micromix MX400 Line Mixer

4-channel Mono Mixer, with 4 x TS Inputs and 1 x TS Output
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No-nonsense 4-channel Line Mixer

When you need to combine mono audio sources, it's hard to beat the simplicity of the Behringer Micromix MX400. Sweetwater knows that a full-featured mixing board isn't always the best solution for sub-mixing tasks, when you really need the convenience of a compact, portable 4-in/1-out mixer. The Micromix MX400 gives you control over the input level of each channel, and Behringer promises low-noise operation from 4580 op amps. Whether you're combining keyboard signals, sending multiple signals to a single speaker, or any other small-scale mixing task, you'll be glad you have the Behringer Micromix MX400.

Behringer Micromix MX400 4-channel Mono Mixer Features at a Glance:
  • 4-in/1-out mono mixer
  • 1/4" TS inputs and output
  • Input level control for each channel
  • Power supply included
  • A smart and affordable solution for sub-mixing synthesizers
Make a mono mix with the Behringer Micromix MX400!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 4
Inputs - Line 4 x 1/4"
Outputs - Main 1 x 1/4"
Height 1.83"
Width 2.25"
Depth 4.06"
Weight 0.81 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number MX400

Customer Reviews

5/5
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5/5

Great little unit

If you don't need effects for your line mixer, buy this. Terrific little box. Tough and quiet. I bought three!
Music background: Weekend Warrior
5/5

great little mixer

this little mixer is an awesome tool! love this mixer and didn't break the bank.
Music background: STARTED LEARNING TO PLAY GUITAR AT THE AGE OF 17. SELF TAUGHT. FIRST BAND I PLAYED IN WAS PRETTY BAD! LOL GOT RAN OFF HALF WAY THROUGH THE GIG. WE STUNK BAD! LOL I KEPT PRACTICING MY GUITAR PLAYING ALONE TO THE VENTURE AND BEATLES SONGS AND TWO YEARS LAT
5/5

Great MIxer

Used a Fender Acoustic Electric Guitar, Casio Digital Piano and a Shure Sm58 Mic with a Ibanez Guitar Amp Combo Worked Great.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5/5

Great for the classroom

Works great for classroom rehearsals. I use these in my guitar classes. I velcro these to powered speakers so four students can plug into the same powered speaker. Saves a lot of money and cuts down on room volume by reducing the number of amplifiers.
5/5

Good simple mono mixer for keys

I bought this micro mix about 3 years ago and it's doing a fine job even now. It does exactly what it said, it mixes all the signals you put in and takes a line feed to a main mixer. It's not complicated, easy to use and you'll be happy with the clean sound. Kinda wish it had a on/off switch, but for the price you can't have your cake and eat it too. I hook up 4 keyboards to this via a DI to the main desk and it holds up nicely for gigs I've played and jams. Built very solidly as well. So, if you're happy with a mono signal, I would get one and save yourself some channel space!
Music background: Composer
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