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Author Topic: Behringer Xenyx 2442FX (2006) 4 channel + 4 stereo + 8 direct outs  (Read 1687 times)

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The Xenyx 2442FX is an updated version of Behringer's Eurorack UB2442FX mixer, offering improved mic preamps, and 'British' vintage-style EQ. Also included as part of the package is a self-powered, two-channel USB audio interface that can be connected to the Tape In/Out phonos for recording the stereo output from the desk and for stereo playback. This is a true four-buss console with a separate, dedicated stereo buss, so the group busses can be used as multitrack recording outputs at the same time as some of the stereo channels are used for multitrack return monitoring. There's also been a bit of a cosmetic overhaul too.