Behringer 1204 mixer versions reference (pic heavy)

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Behringer 1204 mixer versions reference (pic heavy)

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How many different versions are there of the Behringer 1204 mixer? All pics from the Behringer website.
Behringer Eurorack UB1204-PRO (legacy)
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Behringer Eurorack UB1204FX-PRO (legacy)
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Behringer Xenyx 1204 (legacy)
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Behringer Xenyx 1204FX (legacy)
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Behringer Xenyx 1204USB (current)
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Behringer Xenyx Q1204USB (current)
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Behringer Xenyx X1204USB (current)
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Behringer Xenyx QX1204USB (current)
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Behringer Xenyx UFX1204 (current)
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Hahaha, as I understand it, the Behringer mixer range have gone through a bunch of cosmetic changes (there was a legal wrangle at some point because those early ones are basically ripoffs), while most models have something like three versions anyway: A basic analogue mixer with X inputs, a version that has effects and a version that has a USB interface (although, actually, I'm not sure if the USB/effects versions are rolled into one another for some models?).
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ekwatts wrote:Hahaha, as I understand it, the Behringer mixer range have gone through a bunch of cosmetic changes (there was a legal wrangle at some point because those early ones are basically ripoffs), while most models have something like three versions anyway: A basic analogue mixer with X inputs, a version that has effects and a version that has a USB interface (although, actually, I'm not sure if the USB/effects versions are rolled into one another for some models?).
All the current range have USB. The Q models have a USB-type connector for the Behringer Wireless adapter. The X models have FX and separate faders for the Alt (3-4) outputs.
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I think the XX02 mixers (802, 1002, 1202 etc) still come in non-USB versions.
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Post: # 1410177Post ekwatts »

I just bought a 1202FX model and can confirm that it does not have a USB interface.

Pretty nice mixer, though.
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