Behringer UB1002 Eurorack 10 Input Mixer

Behringer UB1002 Eurorack 10 Input Mixer

Ultra low-noise design 10-input 2-bus mic/line mixer with premium mic preamplifiers.

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Submitted January 12, 2004 by a customer from yahoo.com
"Great Quality & Versitility in a small package."
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Great piece of gear! Much better quality than the price would indicate. Did everything I could ask for. Great clarity, effective EQ,well made, and looks good. All the right bells & whistles for this size mixer and more. I was VERY impressed!
Musical Style:
Rock, Country, Classical
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Submitted February 6, 2005 by a customer from yahoo.com
"I highly recommend this product."
Sound
Very nice for my needs.
Features
Has Phantom Power
Quality
Very sturdy.
Value
Worth every penny.
Manufacturer Support
Never had the need.
Musical Background:
Active Musician
Musical Style:
Classic Rock, Country, Motown
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Submitted May 9, 2005 by a customer from gmail.com
"EURORACK UB1002"
A MUST HAVE!
Sound
Amazing presets. Produces very crisp, full sounding sound.
Features
Supplie phantom power, in order to power up condenser mics.
Quality
Very sturdy, and a fine looking finish.
Value
It's worth every penny you pay for.
Manufacturer Support
I was able to contact BEHRINGER in a snap, with all my questions.
Musical Background:
Artist / Recording Engineer
Musical Style:
Hip-Hop / Vocals
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Submitted January 19, 2006
"Good but noisy for delicate recording"
A while. :D I'm going to have to replace it soon though. Skycron.com is moving into more complicated sound design projects and frankly the preamps are just too noisy for delicate sound design work where patches of silence will be heard. If it's loud music involving brass or rock, you won't hear the hiss, but if it's someone talking for a voiceover, you can definitely hear it.
Sound
A decent mixer for field recording and loud instrumentals. For more delicate recordings (piano and voiceovers) it's pretty hissy. Use another preamp so it's nice and loud, the preamps on this thing are pretty noisy.
Quality
Very well made, metal and solid. Can take a lot of punishment, and mine has. I often throw it in the bag. I don't feel afraid of breaking it at all because it's so solid.
Value
Absolutely. It's a great little mixer and cheap as hell. I've seen mixers twice the price that sound half as good. It's not going to compare with a Tascam 10 channel but you can produce useable professional quality mixes for television. I'd still advice kicking in another preamp on top of it.
Manufacturer Support
I haven't had any problems with it. Very solid.
The Wow Factor
It's practical, small and looks nice.
Musical Background:
Recording engineer, sound designer and musician
Musical Style:
Classical, techno
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