The Behringer X2222USB features 16 channels comprised of four stereo channels and eight mic/line channels. The latter enjoy Behringer’s proprietary Xenyx preamps and are equipped with single-knob compressors. Additionally, each channel features a 3-band EQ with adjustable mids, as well as pan, mute, solo, and sub/main mix routing.
More broadly, the mixer contains two aux sends alongside an FX send. The FX runs straight to the unit’s integrated FX section but can be re-configured to work with external effects, meaning users can easily incorporate their own effects units into the mix. Rounding out this robust feature set is a built-in USB audio interface that affords users the ability to record just about any line-level signal into their DAW of choice.
16 channels - 8 mic/line, 4 stereo
8 XENYX Mic Preamps
Compressors with easy one knob control and led control indicator
FX processor with 16 editable presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter, multi-effects, Tap function and storable user parameter settings
Built-in stereo USB/Audio Interface to connect directly to your computer. Free audio recording, editing and podcasting software plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins downloadable at behringer.com
"Wireless-ready" for high-quality BEHRINGER digital wireless system (not included)
"British" 3-band EQs with semi-parametric mid band for warm and musical sound
Channel inserts on each mono channel for flexible connection of outboard equipment
3 aux sends per channel: 1 pre fader for monitoring, 1 pre/post fader switchable for monitoring/FX applications, 1 post fader (for internal FX or as external send)
Clip LEDs, mute, main mix and subgroup routing switches, solo and PFL functions on all channels
2 subgroups with separate outputs for added routing flexibility; 3 multi-functional stereo aux returns with flexible routing
Balanced main mix outputs with ¼" jack and gold-plated XLR connectors, separate control room, headphones and stereo rec outputs
Control room/phones outputs with multi-input source matrix; rec inputs assignable to main mix or control room/phones outputs