Out of 2 Ratings

Owner's of the Behringer Music Mixer 32-Channel, 16-Bus, 40-Bit Digital Mixing Console with Programmable MIDAS Preamps, Motorized Faders, 32-Channel Audio Interface and iPad Remote Control gave it a score of 2.0 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    1.0 out of 5
  • Durability

    3.0 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    2.0 out of 5
  • Performance

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  • Ease of Use

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14 X32 DIGITAL MIXER Preliminary User Manual
2.3 Display and Monitoring
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(17) (22)
(15) PUSH ENCODERS – These 6 controls adjust the parameters presented at
the bottom of the Main Display. The editable function will show a circular
icon in the display when continuous control is available. The function will
show a broad rectangular icon to indicate that a switch or toggle can be
accessed by pushing the encoder.
(16) LAYER BUTTONS – Some screens in the Main Display have more than
6editable parameters which can be accessed by pressing the Layer Up or
Down buttons.
(17) PAGE SELECT BUTTONS – Use these to scroll through the available screens
or to conrm/decline certain actions.
(18) MAIN/SOLO METERS – The main stereo output level is displayed here
along with the solo level of all channels whose Solo button is active.
(19) CATEGORY SELECT BUTTONS – Press one of these buttons to jump directly
to the subject you wish to edit or congure.
(20) MONITOR LEVEL – Adjust the level of the Monitor outputs with this knob.
(21) PHONES LEVEL – Adjust the volume of the headphone outputs,
locatedinside the left and right side caps.
(22) MONITOR MONO – Press this button to monitor the audio in mono.
(23) DIM – Press this button to reduce the monitor volume. Press the
View button to adjust the amount of attenuation along with all other
monitoring-related functions.
(24) LAMP INPUT – Connect a standard 12 V, 5 Watt gooseneck lamp here.
(25) TALKBACK INPUT – Connect a talkback mic via standard XLR cable to
(26) TALK LEVEL – Adjust the level of the talkback mic with this knob.
(27) TALK A/B – Select the destination for the talkback mic signal with these
buttons. Press the View button to edit the talkback routing for A and B.