Behringer Xenyx Q1002USB


10 Channel Mixer

  • 2 Mic Inputs with 48 Volt phantom power and compressor
  • 3 Band EQ
  • 1 AUX (post)
  • Peak LED
  • 4 Stereo Line Inputs with 1 AUX
  • 2-Track In/Out
  • USB Audio Interface
  • Master fader
  • External power supply
  • Weight: 1.2 Kg
Simultaneous channels 6
Mic-In 2
Mono Line-in 2
Stereo-In 4
Hi-Z Input 0
Phantom Power 48V
Master Out 6,3 mm bal.
Aux Ways 1
max. Pre Aux Channels 0
PC Interface USB-B
Interface Input 2
Interface Output 2
Multitrack-Recording No
USB/SD Direct Recording No
Rec Out (Analog) Yes
Low Cut No
Inserts No
Direct Out No
Parametric EQ No
Compressor Yes
Panorama Yes
FX Processor 0
USB Playback No
Bluetooth Playback No
Lamp connection No
Footswitch No
Matrixmixer No
Bag 203410
Zones 0
19" Rackmount No
110V capable No
available since October 2012
Item number 281981
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Width 195 mm
Depth 248 mm
altezza 50 mm
Height 50 mm
Weight 1,1 kg
Parallel usable Channels 6
Mic Ins 2
Mono Line Ins 2
Stereo Ins 4
Number of Pre Aux max. 0
USB/SD Direkt Record No
Effect Processor 0
USB Play No
Bluetooth Play No
Lamp Connector No
Foot Switch No
Rackmount No
110V Power Supply No
Thomann Case 268315
Thon Case No
Gigbag 203410
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Behringer Xenyx Q1002 USB
Sam512 02.09.2015
I purchased this mixer over a year ago and I have not been disappointed! The build quality is excellent and give you a real feeling of toughness when you handle the mixer. Its all metal casing gives the impression that it can handle life on the road as it has for my small gigs. Its packed with features such as, USB functionality - can be used to record with or play back music. Built in compression is very handy for our smaller gigs where pro compressors aren't justifiable. It has individual FX send's per channel/stereo channel - With a master FX send.


Phantom Power
Compact - Take anywhere
USB compatibility - record or play
3 band EQ - handy for on the go EQ'ing
Individual FX send control - Per channel with master.
Master FADER - NOT A POT!!!

2 track has no level control
Need's a power switch! - Unit gets warm around the VU meter area when left on for a while
Power connection can be fiddly at the best of times.


Unbeatable for the money
ShadowTD 04.05.2020
Looking at mixers under £100 Behringer have got the market pretty nailed in terms of price/performance - nobody else seems to offer such a high value proposition. Everything on this mixer works as it should, the mic preamp is clean, the compressor works as it should and even the feel of the single fader is suprisingly good. The drawbacks are that it doesn't sit flat on the desk - needs some rubber feet to sort that. And for some reason the PSU seems to run rather warm, but at least it's an inline block not a wart. For this price it's at home podcasting, vocal&instrument recording or even a bit of 2-mic karaoke plugged in to a laptop. The swiss army mixer, if you will. Recommended.


Excellent piece of gear for any beginner. Recommended!
Ba-Ke 14.12.2017
I was planning to get a small mixer for my home studio, and was looking into something handy and cheap. After several weeks of research I decided to get this piece. And didn't regret. Here's why

- Good quality / low price (really, no competitors in this price range)
- Low-noise powerful preamps with phantom power
- USB interface (still samplerate is 48kHz, but it's OK, that's entry level, what did you expect?)
- Very compact and lightweight

- No power switch. (at first you think you can live with that, but then you understand that's not a convenient option)

I'm not using any FX and I'm not into built-in FX stuff. Need FX? There's FX send channel for that.
For my purposes this mixer fits 100% and I'm completely satisfied with that piece of equipment.
I would definitely recommend buying, if you ask me about this mixer.


Mix Down - Mix Up
newtonpix 05.10.2020
its fine in my music room, the knobs and buttons seem to work fine and feel good. Its a bit noisy on the output ( audio to speakers)( hiss) but this doesn't reach the record channel (USB to Computer), the power input was very tricky, there is no need for this keyed multi-pinned plug for power, cheep as chips if i need to play the Albert hall ill get a better one :-)


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