Behringer Xenyx Q1202USB Mixer and USB Audio Interface

12-input, 2-bus Analog Mixer with 3-band EQ and USB Audio Interface
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Value-packed Mixer with USB

At Sweetwater, we're seeing a trend towards mixers with onboard audio interfaces - and here's a value-packed one from Behringer. The Xenyx Q1202USB is a 12-input, 2-bus analog mixer with Xenyx mic preamps and compressors, British-style 3-band EQ, and a USB audio interface. There's a per-channel FX send, plus an FX to control room function that lets you monitor effects via headphones and the control room outs. On the output side, the Behringer Xenyx Q1202USB gives you mains, plus separate control room, headphones, and 2-track outs, while the USB port lets you plug right into your computer for recording.

Behringer Xenyx Q1202USB Features at a Glance:
  • Ultra-compact, low-noise, high-headroom analog mixer
  • Four Xenyx mic preamps comparable to stand-alone preamps
  • 48V phantom power for use with condenser microphones
  • Compressors feature super-easy "one-knob" functionality and control
  • Built-in stereo USB/Audio Interface to connect directly to your computer
  • Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQs for warm and musical sound
  • One post-fader FX send per channel for external effects
  • FX to control room lets you monitor effects via headphones and control room outs
  • Main mix outputs plus separate control room, phones and 2-Track outputs
  • 2-Track inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones outputs
  • Free software, downloadable at behringer.com:
    • Audio recording, editing, and podcasting software
    • 150 instrument/effect plug-ins
  • High-quality components and rugged construction ensure long life
Get amazing value with the Behringer Xenyx Q1202USB!

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Live Mixer Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 12
Inputs - Mic Preamps 4 x XLR
Inputs - Line 12 x TRS
Inputs - Other 2 x RCA
Outputs - Main 4 x TRS
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Send/Return I/O 1 x TRS (Send), 1 x TRS (Return)
Phantom Power 4
EQ Bands 3-band
Aux Sends 1 x Post
Busses/Groups 2 x Bus
Faders 1 x 60mm Throw
Computer Connectivity 1 x USB
Height 2"
Width 9.8"
Depth 9.8"
Weight 3.3 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number Q1202USB

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
Based on 6 reviews
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5/5

Just what I was looking for.

I am a live multi instrumentalist and utilize a looper so in order to get all the instruments including my mic to go through the looper(ditto) I run everything into this tiny mixer->looper->PA and it all sounds very nice. It also works well as an interface, I am very impressed with the sound and im guessing the preamps are pretty good and of course you can't beat the price.
Music background: Recording and performing artist
4.5/5

Perfect

Is a perfect mixer for small studios
4/5

Great Stuff

Had great experience with you all. Behringer mixer was perfect for our needs. Absolutely looking forward to future dealings.
4/5

Adding a Xenyx Q1202usb mixer

Our band uses a Behringer Xenyx X2442USB as our main board. We added the Q1202 mixer for back up vocals. Works exactly the same as the main board, great sound and performance, no learning curve. It just added more space to our board without having to upgrade the main board. Great for small acoustic performances. So far all the Behringer products have exceeded expectations.
Music background: Frequently Gigging Classic Rock band
2/5

Not Quite 'Get What You Pay For'

Even for $100...really tinny and cold preamps. The FX were laughable, either leaky versions of reverb or ridiculous pitch splitters that neither I nor anyone I know would have any use for. In fairness, I bought this mixer due to reviews I saw or read online (the model has been around at least six years). Perhaps there are some music genres that sound okay recorded with this product. For live vocals and acoustic guitar, however, it was unusable.
Music background: Singer, songwriter, home project studio
See also: Behringer, Behringer Analog Mixers, Behringer Analog Mixers