Behringer Xenyx X1204USB Review
The Behringer Xenyx X1204USB is a compact mixer which has been derived from its predecessor, the 1204USB but is a little bit more impressive than the latter.
The greatest features of the older version has been retained while adding some more eye-catchers such as the 16 editable, presets which are studio-grade like the reverb, chorus, delay, pitch shifter, flanger, and the 24-bit dual engine FX processor, as well as the parameters that are customer-definable. These are the delay room size, reverb time and brilliance, modulation depth and speed, as well as a lot of advanced intricacies. All-time parties and good time has never been better with the intended instant gratification brought about by the XENYX USB which offers you state-of-the-art tools and classically modern twists for the tools you will need to make music come to life. Professional recordings are made even more professional sounding due to the fact that it has the high-performance you will need for your home recording environment.
The Xenyx X1204USB microphone preamps are by-products of the consistency of the inventions of the XENYX which is a living proof of its great sounding and brilliant reverberation, all evident in the revolutionary audio technology. The Xenyx mic preamps are sure to give you a performance which are unmatched and has a transparency and clarity that is so not typical. The XENYX mixers are also known for their Sublimely Musical British EQ, Effective FX, Recording Bliss, and the One-Knob Compression. These high-quality components insure the longevity and toughness of the device which is pretty much what it is supposed to be because it is absolutely prone to abuse and harsh use handling.
On the drawback, no matter how helpful the compressor is due to the fact that it helps in minimizing the singers voice especially when they do not balance their own loudness, is the fact that it is not that great sounding in the highest volumes. It has a sound that makes you want to cover your ears or just, turn-it- off altogether. In totality, this is a balanced amplifier which has great features, but then has some weak spots that can be fixed, maybe, in the near future.
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