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Thread: compare both behringer mixer XENYX X1222USB and XENYX X2442USB

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    UGH. I spent a lot of time writing a response and it has been lost (apparently) What a day.

    Rather than write the response again, I keep it short.

    You will not need those items mentioned, unless you are recording music, or require some fancy EQ or routing.

    Here is a note about the Mute/Alt 3-4 item mentioned, from Sweetwater.

    Regarding the Insert capabilities of the X2442USB... The X2442USB that I use has the ability on the first 8 channels. Maybe take a look at the info on Behringer's site for more detailed info.
    Inserts and direct Outputs on each of the mono channels.
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    While I'm sure that they can be interconnected, I would recommend that you read through each of the manuals that came with the equipment. After that, put together a concise document, outlining what you want to accomplish. Next, go over the manuals again, to ensure that the equipment will do what you need (according to your document) and how they will need to be connected to make that happen. I would then put together a diagram that depicts how the equipment needs to be interconnected and build a shopping list of all the items, that are not on hand, that will be needed to make that happen. Go shopping for the items you need. The next step would be to put things together, according to your diagram and test it. After testing, you'll, probably, find out that some things work and somethings don't. Correct those that don't.

    Of course, you could also hire, either, a consultant or an on-site engineer to do all that for you. A consultant would gather your requirements, do the documentation, create a plan, shopping list, diagram and test plan based on those requirements. An engineer could do the same, plus put it together and test it for you. In either case, you'd also get another document from them - an Invoice.
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    You've actually posted the links where you can get the manuals for each of these pieces of equipment. I recommend that you read them.

    X1204USB Mixer - http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/QX1204USB.aspx

    MDX4600 - http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/MDX4600.aspx

    SX3040 - http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/SX3040.aspx

    MIC2200 - http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/MIC2200.aspx

    H4 Zoom - http://www.zoom.co.jp/products/h4n/downloads/
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    Interestingly enough, you won't find any documentation explaining how to explicitly connect together the devices you are using. However, audio inputs and outputs are easy enough to interpret as each device has them.

    Microphone to MIC220 to MDX4600 to Mixer to Zoom. Personally, I wouldn't use the Exciter, unless I were running music through the system and then only on the output (non-amplified) of the mixer.

    Good luck.
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