Behringer Xenyx QX1202USB Mixer and USB Audio Interface with Effects

12-input, 2-bus Analog Mixer with 3-band EQ, Multi-FX Processor, and USB Audio Interface
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USB and Multi-FX in a Value-packed Mixer!

Sweetwater knows value is important to you, and the Behringer Xenyx QX1202USB analog mixer delivers it by the truckload. The Xenyx QX1202USB is a 12-input, 2-bus analog mixer with Xenyx mic preamps and compressors, British-style 3-band EQ, and a USB audio interface. But the icing on the cake is the onboard Klark Teknik FX processor with 100 killer presets. 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 QX1202USB 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 QX1202USB Features at a Glance:
  • 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
  • Per-channel FX send for internal FX processor and/or external send
  • 24-bit Klark Teknik FX processor with 100 presets, including:
    • Reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and various multi-effects
  • FX to control room/main gives you flexible effects monitoring options
  • Main mix outputs plus separate control room, phones and 2-Track outputs
  • 2-track/USB inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones output
  • Free software, downloadable at
    • 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 QX1202USB!

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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 Bus
Faders 1 x 60mm Throw
Effects Yes
Computer Connectivity 1 x USB
Height 2"
Width 9.8"
Depth 9.8"
Weight 3.3 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number QX1202USB

Customer Reviews

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Just What We Need

I got tired of lugging a 6-xlr mixing board with faders around to control the sound of my duo, running our sound from a board right if front of the piano. I decided to give this little mixer a try, and I am delighted with its functionality. I really like the fact that channels 5 through 12 can do mono via their respective left jacks. My other mixer requires stereo in on the ancillary jacks to produce stereo out. Effects are very nice. If I could make changes they would be: (1) replace the 1/4" main outs with XLR jacks and (2) use a locking power cable interface rather than the s-video-type thing. But I am still ranking 5 of 5 because for the selling price this device is just amazing. Yesterday I used this little mixer for a band date, and it even worked fine for that. Three XLR vocals in. A keyboard 1/4" left (mono) in, 1/4" guitar-bass in. Several channels to spare. Nice.
Music background: I have been doing music lots of years and play out frequently.

Just what I wanted!

I've only had this mixer for a few days, but it meets and exceeds my expectation! I'm a solo artist, and this mixer makes my guitar sound fantastic! Also makes vocals sound great! Only complaint I have with this mixer, is there is no on/off switch. Have to plug and unplug it. Guess I'll just plug into separate power strip, and be happy! If you get one of these, you won't regret it! Great mixer for the money, which I have little of, being a musician!
Music background: Solo musician

Fantistic Mixer

I love my Behringer Xenyx QX1202USB Mixer - I connected to an old Stereo Amplifier and now I have 12 inputs for microphones and whatever. Had this mixer about 3 months now and love it. I am a Grandfather with 4 children and grand kids and wanted to create a sound system we could all use to play around (sing and play guitar). As a side note, our church uses a similar Behringer mixer as a drum monitor (amplifier) that feeds directly into head phones for the drummer. Its input is from the Aux side of a larger mixing bus.
Music background: Singing mostly at home and Chrrch sound man.

Just what I needed!

After leaving a band I decided to record my own music. The first thing I did was get DAWs and Plugins. As I was putting my home studio together I was looking at mixers and saw the Behringer QX-USB series. I saw this one and decided this was the next piece of equipment. Now I have changed my whole idea of how I want to record. Instead of using the plugins to create the sounds I will record my instruments through the mixer for a more realistic mix with just a little tweaking. I don't want the polished and manufactured sound, just some real music. So far, so good.
Music background: Guitar since 1967. Also play bass, mandolin, banjo, drums and learning violin. Performed in the late 70's/early 80's. Started again in 2012./

I like!!!

I do like it. I've only used it 1 night at an acoustic gig so far and can't attest to it's durability/dependability. It's a small package, it's from Behringer, and my experience with this company has been nothing but stellar so I have faith that I'll be using it for a long while. My old Behringer 802 didn't have effects(wish I had spent the extra $20 back then 10 years ago) so I upgraded to this. Only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because it really needs a plain aux send for dedicated monitor mix. My MX802 had 2(doah). Would have loved at least 1 on this unit. Or a button on each channel to select a dedicated control room send since the owner's manual suggests using the those outputs for a monitor send in a live setting. One thing I really love on the upgraded board are the effects. The lush stereo sound was inspiring for acoustic gtr and lone vocal. I used #86(verb/delay). Total sweetness. The compressors were a cool option too. For the money, it's an amazing piece. I guess I could have spent more for the model with auxiliaries. My Behringer B212A speakers like it too. Just roll the bass down on them to about 10 o'clock. Kevin "Smitty" Smith
Music background: Live music guitarist and singer
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