This mixer presents a compact and elegant solution to the problem of mixing multiple stereo line sources in the home studio.
This compact console offers an enticing set of features for both live and studio use — and does so at a highly appealing price.
The stagebox/mixer format has become hugely popular of late. Does Behringer’s affordable take on the concept deliver the goods?
The Xenyx range of analogue mixers offers improved sound quality and USB interfacing with computers, plus the extremely competitive pricing we've come to expect from Behringer.
If you don’t need a large control surface, these two racks offer compact and affordable ways to harness Behringer’s X32 mix engine.
The X32 Compact takes the heart of Behringer's flagship console and crams it into a cheaper, smaller package. We put it to the test.
Behringer are known for making cost-effective products, but their new X32 live mixer takes that to a whole new level...
Audio precision analyser test results accompany the article
Behringer’s new digital mixer and snake system are impressive on paper, but how do they fare under real-life gigging conditions?
Completing Behringer's B-Control family, the BCA2000 combines audio and MIDI interfacing with routing/mixing features, and preamps — and all for under £200.
Despite being small enough to fit in your pocket, this no-frills five-channel mixer provides all the most important features required for those building their first home studio around a computer.
The flagship of Behringer's newest line of mixers is a four-buss design with 26 inputs, four aux sends and an internal effects processor.
Can a digital console at such a low price really deliver on features and audio quality?
If you're tired of mixing on-screen using just your mouse and keyboard, then it's worth considering a hardware MIDI controller. But with so many different models available, how do you choose the one that's right for you?