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Behringer RX1202FX 12-Input Mic/Line Rack Mixer w/Mic Preamp

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The RX1202FX mixer by Behringer boasts 8 renowned studio-grade IMP Invisible Mic Preamps, and also features an outstanding 24-bit digital stereo FX processor with 100 awesome presets, switchable +48V phantom power for condenser microphones, and offers 2-band EQing with Clip LED for each channel.
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  • Ultra-low noise ULN design, highest possible headroom, ultra-transparent audio
  • Effective, extremely musical 2-band EQ and Clip LED on all channels
  • 4 balanced high-headroom line inputs
  • State-of-the-art 4580 operational amplifiers provide lowest noise and distortion
  • CD/tape inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones outputs
  • Separate control room, phones and stereo CD/tape outputs
  • Balanced main mix outputs with gold-plated XLR connectors

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Behringer RX1202FX 12-Input Mic/Line Rack Mixer w/Mic Preamp

Looking for a versatile line/mic mixer that fits in a rack AND eliminates the need for tons of outboard gear? The 12-channel RX1202FX is not only rack mountable, but comes loaded with a 24-bit multi-FX processor and 8 built-in studio-grade IMP "invisible" mic preamps. This mixer works perfectly for small bands or churches, business conferences with both microphone and A/V equipment as well as sub-mixing keyboards, drums, samplers or multiple vocal mics. It’s also the ideal choice for monitoring multi-track recording projects.

Channel Some Serious Mojo
Sometimes you feel like a mic... or a sampler...or a drum machine. Sometimes you don’t. Whatever the situation calls for, the RX1202FX is ready to accommodate. Each mono channel (1-8) features an XLR input, a balanced 1/4" mono input and an INSERT jack for patching external signal processors directly into the channel. Mono channels feature a TRIM control and CLIP LED to adjust the input gain; a two-band EQ (HIGH, MID and LOW controls); FX control to determine how much of an effect to apply to the channel; a PAN control; and a smooth 60 mm fader to determine the channel’s level in the mix. Stereo channels (9-12) feature left and right balanced line level 1/4" inputs and the same front panel control as their mono counterparts. And, as mentioned above, they can be used as mono inputs themselves.

Taking Control
Smooth 60 mm faders and intuitive rotary dials make it quick and simple to create a killer mix. The MAIN MIX fader adjusts the volume of the main output signal while the dual 4-segment LED ladder display gives a visual representation of the signal level. The PHONES jack features a dedicated PHONES/ CONTROL ROOM dial for adjusting headphone volume. Push CD/TAPE TO MIX to add backing tracks from an MP3 or CD player, or to isolate a click track or scratch track in headphones while recording.

On the back panel, the LEFT and RIGHT MAIN OUT XLR jacks can be used to feed a recording device or PA system. For live performances, keep pre-recorded music cued up for between-set breaks by connecting a CD player or MP3 player via the stereo CD/TAPE IN jacks. If the band wants a recording of their performance, send signal to a recording device such as a mini-disc recorder via the CD/TAPE OUT jacks. Use the MON AUX SEND to send signal to floor monitors in a live setting, or to a headphone amp in a recording setting. When it's time for playback of recorded material, send signal to studio monitors through the CTRL OUT jack.

If a recording session or live performance calls for an effect not programmed in the onboard FX processor, send signal to an outboard effects unit via the FX AUX SEND, then feed the signal back to the RX1202FX through the AUX RETURN jacks.

Effects, Effortlessly
The FX/CTRL section puts sophisticated digital effects at your fingertips. Use the PROGRAM dial to scroll through the effect presets, then use the FX TO MAIN dial to govern how much of the effect is heard in the summed signal of the mixer. Push FX SOLO to hear only the effects signal in your monitors or headphones.

Superior Sound, Unparalleled Value
It's nearly impossible to find a rack-mountable mixer loaded with the inputs, mic preamps and digital effects found in the RX1202FX. And with a price tag that's well below what you would pay to purchase all these tools separately, the RX1202FX is the smartest way to make your studio, live band, church or conference sound like a million bucks.

Specifications: • Dimensions: Approx. 5-1/3" H x 19" W x 5-9/10" D • Weight: Approx. 6.4 lbs.

  • Mixer TypeAnalog
  • Special FeaturesDigital Effects
  • XLR Mic Inputs6 to 8
Behringer RX1202FX 12-Input Mic/Line Rack Mixer w/Mic Preamp
  • BrandBehringer
  • ModelRX1202FX
  • Part Number248-6360
  • UPC689076811989
  • Product CategoryLine Mixers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (3 Reviews)
  • Weight9.2 lbs.
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Behringer RX1202FX 12-Input Mic/Line Rack Mixer w/Mic Preamp is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works fineI bought this last year to submix keys, and it does exactly what I need it to -- mix my keyboards, send a feed to the local keys-only monitor and a feed to the Front of House. The outputs are balanced, so no DIs are needed.I have also paired it with a few mics and a couple of powered speakers for small jams, and it has worked perfectly. Basically, it's a box mixer with no power amp. In this configuration, I also use a DriveRack PX in case I need mains EQ and/or AFS.When mixing vocals, the EQs are of limited use. You can't use the channel EQs to do much about feedback as the treble control is a very blunt instrument (this is also the wrong way to approach mixing, but many amateurs do it that way). The bass control is moderately well suited to reduce rumble, which is good, because there is HPF button. So, if your input is a vocal mic - just roll the bass all the way off.The effects are usable, but not as nice as a Lexicon unit. Which is fair, even the low-end Lexicon units cost almost as much as the entire mixer. Another reviewer mentioned noise. I have not noticed any excessive noise. Perhaps Behringer has revised the mixer in the last 7 years? Or maybe he does not know how to set up is gain stages properly?I would not hesitate to use this unit to mix small groups with very basic mixing requirements. The channel inserts and two aux busses make it possible and easy to add outboard effects, EQ, AFS, and so on.
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Try, misses markGood execution, sturdy, consistent knobs. It's a clone of the alesis multimix 12r, with added benefits of more signal routing choices and onboard efx.Onboard efx are quite usable and the interface is easy to learn. Sound is transparent and very usable. Construction is reasonably solid.Now the gripes: The metering is not fine enough to set up for unity levels. The pan and trim knobs make very gradual sweeps until the extreme ends, where the rate of change dramatically rises... hard to use. and finally, it is very noisey. Line-in sources are usable, but the mic pre's are only suitable for 1-3 mics up at a time. More than that and the noise makes it difficult to use. I have another older board from them that is MUCH more quiet. Then I discovered something-- read the footnote on noise level in the specs section... they played a few games when they produced their numbers.I really hated to send it back, because for $200 it would have been good value. But even for a modest PA with 5 inputs this would not work.
Date published: 2009-03-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It does the job I bought it to do.I bought this to add capacity to my PA system. I didn't want to spend a lot of money and I really needed a line mixer to use for mic'ing guitar amps and the drums. However, what I have discovered is that it does a better job with vocals than I expected so I am running the vocal mics through this mixer and then into a stereo channel on my Mackie CFX 12 MK2 and the vocals sound great. I'm running the drums and the mic'd up amps directly into the Mackie instead of into the RX1202.The effects on this unit are OK. The reverbs are nice. I only gave it a 4 for features because the EQ is only 2 channel, and the FX are not Foot switchable. The knobs and sliders are OK, but I would be careful not to bump them since they are only plastic (but so are the Mackie).In general, I am happy with this unit for the price. It gave me the added capacity and the mic pre-amps are really good.
Date published: 2008-09-12
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