Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB Mixer and USB Audio Interface with Effects

16-input, 3/2-bus mixer with 60mm faders, 3-band EQ, Onboard Effects, 9-band Stereo Graphic EQ, FBQ Feedback Detection, Voice Canceller Function, XPQ 3D Stereo Surround Effect, and USB Audio Interface
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A Value-packed Mixer with USB, Multi-FX, and More!

Sweetwater knows value is important to you, and the Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB analog mixer packs it in by the truckload. The Xenyx QX1832USB is a 16-input, 3/2-bus mixer with Xenyx mic preamps and compressors, a USB audio interface, and a wireless option. It's fitted with Behringer's "British" 3-band EQ and, 60mm log-taper faders, and sealed rotary controls. But the icing on the cake is the onboard Klark Teknik FX processor with 100 killer presets. With the inclusion of a 9-band stereo graphic EQ, FBQ Feedback Detection, very flexible routing, and other SR-oriented features, Behringer has designed quite a competent compact live mixer. Factor in the onboard USB port for effortless computer integration, and the Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB is a no-brainer.

Flexible mixer with audio interface and FX = convenience

Mixers with an onboard audio interface and effects - it's a trend we're seeing quite a bit of these days. And it spells convenience for you. Start with the Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB and your laptop. Throw in a couple of nice mics, and you're ready to record, wherever you are. Plus, if you prefer to compress on the way in, the Xenyx QX1832USB has onboard compression that obviates the need for outboard gear. Behringer has also fitted the Xenyx QX1832USB with a 24-bit Klark Teknik FX processor, complete with 100 presets, including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifting, and more. Factor in the flexible routing and monitoring, a 9-band stereo graphic EQ, FBQ Feedback Detection, the XPQ 3D stereo surround effect, a Voice Canceller function, free downloadable software, and more, and you've got a winner with the Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB!

Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB Features at a Glance:
  • Low-noise, high-headroom analog mixer
  • Six phantom-powered XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to stand-alone preamps
  • Six studio-grade compressors with easy "one-knob" functionality
  • Built-in stereo USB audio interface lets you connect directly to your computer
  • Neo-classic "British" 3-band EQ for warm and musical sound
  • 9-band stereo graphic EQ allows precise frequency correction of monitor or main mixes
  • FBQ Feedback Detection System instantly reveals critical frequencies
  • XPQ 3D stereo surround effect for more vitality and enhanced stereo image
  • Voice Canceller function for easy-to-use sing-along applications
  • 24-bit Klark Teknik FX processor with 100 presets, including:
    • Reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and various multi-effects
  • Three aux sends per channel:
    • One pre-fader for monitoring applications
    • One pre/post-fader switchable for monitoring/FX
    • One post-fader for external FX devices
  • Channel inserts on each mono channel for flexible connection of outboard equipment
  • Two multi-function stereo aux returns with flexible routing
  • Two subgroups with separate outputs for added routing flexibility
  • Balanced main mix outputs with gold-plated XLR connectors
  • Separate control room, headphones, and 2-track outputs
  • Long-wearing 60mm logarithmic-taper faders and sealed rotary controls
  • Clip LEDs, mute, main mix and subgroup routing switches, solo and PFL functions on all channels
  • "Planet Earth" switching power supply delivers:
    • 100V-240V flexibility
    • Noise-free audio and superior transient response
    • Low power consumption for energy savings
  • Free software, downloadable at
    • Audio recording, editing, and podcasting software
    • 150 instrument/effect plug-ins
  • High-quality components and rugged construction ensure long life
  • Wireless-ready for Behringer digital wireless system (not included)
Get amazing value with the Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 14
Inputs - Mic Preamps 6 x XLR
Inputs - Line 14 x TRS
Inputs - Other 2 x RCA, 1 x 1/4" (Footswitch)
Outputs - Main 2 x XLR, 6 x TRS
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA, 1 x TRS (Mon Out)
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Send/Return I/O 2 x 1/4" (Send), 4 x 1/4" (Return)
Phantom Power 6
EQ Bands 3-band
Aux Sends 1 x Pre, 1 x Post
Busses/Groups 5 x Bus
Faders 16 x 60mm Throw, 9 x Short-throw
Channel Inserts Yes
Effects Yes
Height 3.5"
Width 14.6"
Depth 16.9"
Weight 10.4 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number QX1832USB

Customer Reviews

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This mixer ROCKS! It has every option that I was looking for and still under $400. There are plenty of options to get your tone dialed in the way you want. I have everything hooked up thru it my amps included. Even connecting my acoustic or my bass directly sounds fantastic. I had behringer mixer that was smaller so I needed to upgrade. My old mixer survived 8 years so even though some people don't like the brand but not me man, I've seen first hand that they last. I would highly recommend this mixer to anyone on the budget!


I bought this mixer to replace the older eurorack ub1832 and haven't regretted one bit. For the price you pay, it has plenty of aux outs and ins that you wouldn't find in a higher end mixer such as Mackie, Yamaha and Allen & Heath. Plus it also has channel inserts at the back for effects that other brands just don't have. It also has a graphic equaliser for main or monitor so you gotta be happy with that also. But what does it sound like? Well, I'd say it sounds like any other sound coming out from other brand mixers. I can't distinguish between any of them, except that when you push it really high it'll distort abit more than high end mixers. But sound is not about distortion, it's about maintaining a good audible level so this mixer does the job-albeit less headroom if you really break it down. It's also prone to dust creeping into pots. I learned my lesson, make you you cover the mixer if not in use for long periods otherwise your pots will be full of crud. The onboard effects are useful for vocals and the 9 band EQ does what it does with feedback detection-gotta be happy with that. However, if you're not happy with this EQ, it's up to you to get a separate EQ. Done 3 gigs with it as a four piece band and it's all plain sailing, no hum, no hiss. CD out gave us the option of playing unrecognisable music during breaks and the sound is just awesome as well. Behringer has stepped up their game lately. This is evidenced by their longer warranty periods. I can't tell the difference between the sound of higher priced boards than this. Overall, this mixer will do any medium to large size gigs. You'll have all the connectivity you'll ever need with a surplus of separate monitor out if you need it. For the price, you can't go wrong and you'll love the clean sound.
Music background: Composer

Behringer Xenyx QX1832USB

I like everything about it as a functional mixer, but I have one small problem, that should not be overlooked. It is not made to mount in a rack. IMO No mixing board in this size (less than 19 " ) and of this style should be made that does not come with the option of rack mounts. And was told it would void the warranty if I tried. :( Oh well just make sure if you have a rack to mount a mixer in, that you read carefully before purchasing.
Music background: Singer, Sound engineer
See also: soundboard, Behringer, Behringer Analog Mixers