Zoom out
Zoom in
Vorherige Seite
1/15
Nächste Seite
User Manual
1202 /1002
Premium 12/10-Input 2-Bus Mixers with XENYX Mic Preamps,
British EQs and Multi-FX Processor
1

Brauchen Sie Hilfe? Stellen Sie Ihre Frage.

Forenregeln

Inhalt der Seiten


  • Page 1

    User Manual

    1202

    /1002

    Premium 12/10-Input 2-Bus Mixers with XENYX Mic Preamps,
    British EQs and Multi-FX Processor



  • Page 2

    2

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    Table of Contents
    Thank you........................................................................ 2
    Important Safety Instructions....................................... 3
    Legal Disclaimer.............................................................. 3
    Limited warranty............................................................. 3
    1. Introduction................................................................ 4
    1.1 General mixing console functions ................................ 4
    1.2 The user’s manual................................................................ 4
    1.3 Before you get started....................................................... 5
    1.3.1 Shipment.......................................................................... 5
    1.3.2 Initial operation.............................................................. 5
    1.3.3 Online registration........................................................ 5
    2. Control Elements and Connectors ........................... 5
    2.1 Mono channels..................................................................... 5
    2.2 Stereo channels.................................................................... 6
    2.3 Connector array of the main section............................ 7
    2.4 Main section.......................................................................... 7
    2.5 Digital effects processor................................................... 8
    3. Applications................................................................ 9
    3.1 Recording studio.................................................................. 9
    3.2 Live sound............................................................................ 10
    4. Installation................................................................ 11
    4.1 Mains connection.............................................................. 11
    4.2 Audio connections............................................................ 11
    5. Specifications ........................................................... 12

    Thank you
    Congratulations! In purchasing our XENYX 1202FX/1002FX you have acquired
    a mixing console whose small size belies its incredible versatility and
    audio performance.
    The BEHRINGER XENYX mixing console offers you premium-quality microphone
    preamplifiers with optional phantom power supply, balanced line inputs and
    the ability to connect external effects processors. Because of its extensive and
    carefully thought-out routing possibilities, your XENYX lends itself equally to
    both live and studio use.



  • Page 3

    3

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    Important Safety
    Instructions

    Terminals marked with this symbol carry
    electrical current of sufficient magnitude
    to constitute risk of electric shock.
    Use only high-quality professional speaker cables with
    ¼" TS or twist-locking plugs pre-installed. All other
    installation or modification should be performed only
    by qualified personnel.
    This symbol, wherever it appears,
    alerts you to the presence of uninsulated
    dangerous voltage inside the
    enclosure - voltage that may be sufficient to constitute a
    risk of shock.
    This symbol, wherever it appears,
    alerts you to important operating and
    maintenance instructions in the
    accompanying literature. Please read the manual.
    Caution
    To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
    remove the top cover (or the rear section).
    No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
    qualified personnel.
    Caution
    To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
    do not expose this appliance to rain and
    moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping
    or splashing liquids and no objects filled with liquids,
    such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

    9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
    or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
    with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug
    has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
    blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the
    provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
    electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
    10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
    pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
    and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
    11. Use only attachments/accessories specified by
    the manufacturer.
    12. Use only with the
    cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
    or table specified by the
    manufacturer, or sold with
    the apparatus. When a cart
    is used, use caution when
    moving the cart/apparatus
    combination to avoid
    injury from tip-over.
    13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
    when unused for long periods of time.
    14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
    Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
    damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug
    is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
    into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed
    to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
    been dropped.
    15. The apparatus shall be connected to a MAINS socket
    outlet with a protective earthing connection.
    16. Where the MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is
    used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall
    remain readily operable.

    Caution
    These service instructions are for use
    by qualified service personnel only.
    To reduce the risk of electric shock do not perform any
    servicing other than that contained in the operation
    instructions. Repairs have to be performed by qualified
    service personnel.
    1. Read these instructions.
    2. Keep these instructions.
    3. Heed all warnings.
    4. Follow all instructions.
    5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
    6. Clean only with dry cloth.
    7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
    accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
    8. Do not install near any heat sources such as
    radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
    (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

    LEGAL DISCLAIMER
    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND APPEARANCES
    ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AND
    ACCURACY IS NOT GUARANTEED. BEHRINGER,
    KLARK TEKNIK, MIDAS, BUGERA, AND TURBOSOUND
    ARE PART OF THE MUSIC GROUP (MUSIC-GROUP.COM).
    ALL TRADEMARKS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THEIR
    RESPECTIVE OWNERS. MUSIC GROUP ACCEPTS NO
    LIABILITY FOR ANY LOSS WHICH MAY BE SUFFERED
    BY ANY PERSON WHO RELIES EITHER WHOLLY OR
    IN PART UPON ANY DESCRIPTION, PHOTOGRAPH
    OR STATEMENT CONTAINED HEREIN. COLORS AND
    SPECIFICATIONS MAY VARY FROM ACTUAL PRODUCT.
    MUSIC GROUP PRODUCTS ARE SOLD THROUGH
    AUTHORIZED FULLFILLERS AND RESELLERS ONLY.
    FULLFILLERS AND RESELLERS ARE NOT AGENTS OF
    MUSIC GROUP AND HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO AUTHORITY

    TO BIND MUSIC GROUP BY ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
    UNDERTAKING OR REPRESENTATION. THIS MANUAL
    IS COPYRIGHTED. NO PART OF THIS MANUAL MAY
    BE REPRODUCED OR TRANSMITTED IN ANY FORM
    OR BY ANY MEANS, ELECTRONIC OR MECHANICAL,
    INCLUDING PHOTOCOPYING AND RECORDING OF ANY
    KIND, FOR ANY PURPOSE, WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
    WRITTEN PERMISSION OF MUSIC GROUP IP LTD.
    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
    © 2013 MUSIC Group IP Ltd.
    Trident Chambers, Wickhams Cay, P.O. Box 146,
    Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

    LIMITED WARRANTY
    For the applicable warranty terms and conditions
    and additional information regarding MUSIC Group’s
    Limited Warranty, please see complete details online at
    www.music-group.com/warranty.



  • Page 4

    4

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    1. Introduction
    The XENYX Series represents a milestone in the development of mixing console
    technology. With the new XENYX microphone preamps including phantom power
    as an option, balanced line inputs and a powerful effects section, the mixing
    consoles in the XENYX Series are optimally equipped for live and studio
    applications. Owing to state-of-the-art circuitry your XENYX console produces
    a warm analog sound that is unrivalled. With the addition of the latest digital
    technology these best-in-class consoles combine the advantages of both analog
    and digital technology.
    The microphone channels feature high-end XENYX Mic Preamps that compare
    well with costly outboard preamps in terms of sound quality and dynamics and
    boast the following features:
    • 130 dB dynamic range for an incredible amount of headroom
    • A bandwidth ranging from below 10 Hz to over 200 kHz for crystal-clear

    reproduction of even the finest nuances

    • The extremely low-noise and distortion-free circuitry guarantees absolutely

    natural and transparent signal reproduction

    • They are perfectly matched to every conceivable microphone with up to

    60 dB gain and +48 volt phantom power supply

    • They enable you to use the greatly extended dynamic range of your

    24-bit/192-kHz HD recorder to the full, thereby maintaining optimal
    audio quality

    “British EQ”
    The equalizers used for the XENYX Series are based on the legendary circuitry of
    top-notch consoles made in Britain, which are renowned throughout the world
    for their incredibly warm and musical sound character. Even with extreme gain
    settings these equalizers ensure outstanding audio properties.
    Multi-effects processor
    Additionally, your XENYX mixing console has an effects processor with 24-bit A/D
    and D/A converters included, which gives you 100 presets producing first-class
    reverb, delay and modulation effects plus numerous multi-effects in excellent
    audio quality.

    !!

    Caution!

    ◊ We should like to draw your attention to the fact that extreme volumes

    may damage your hearing and/or your headphones or loudspeakers.
    Turn the MAIN MIX control and PHONES control in the main section fully
    counterclockwise before you switch on the unit. Always be careful to
    set appropriate volume levels.

    1.1 General mixing console functions
    A mixing console fulfils three main functions:
    • Signal processing:

    Preamplification
    Microphones convert sound waves into voltage that has to be amplified
    several-fold; then, this voltage is turned into sound that is reproduced
    in a loudspeaker. Because micro­phone capsules are very delicate in their
    construction, output voltage is very low and therefore susceptible to
    interference. Therefore, mic signal voltage is amplified directly at the mixer
    input to a higher signal level that is less prone to interference. This higher,
    interference-safe signal level has to be achieved through amplification using
    an amplifier of the highest quality in order to amplify the signal and add

    as little noise to it as possible. The XENYX Mic Preamp performs this role
    beautifully, leaving no traces of noise or sound coloration. Interference that
    could take place at the preamplification level could affect signal quality
    and purity, and would then be passed on to all other devices, resulting in
    inaccurate sounding program during recording or playback.
    Level-setting
    Signals fed into the mixer using a DI-box (Direct Injection) or the output of a
    sound card or a keyboard, often have to be adjusted to the operating level of
    your mixing console.
    Frequency response correction
    Using the equalizers found in each channel strip, you can simply, quickly and
    effectively adjust the way a signal sounds.
    • Signal distribution:

    Individual, processed signals from the channel strips are compiled on busses
    and are fed into the main section for further processing. Connections for
    recording equipment, power amplifiers, headphones as well as CD/tape
    connectors are available here. The mix is sent to the internal FX processors or
    external effects processors via aux sends and returns. Similarly, a mix can be
    created for the musicians on the stage (monitor mix).
    • Mix:

    All other mixing console functions fall under this vital category. Creating a
    mix means primarily adjusting the volume levels of individual instruments
    and voices to one another as well as giving them the appropriate weight
    within the overall frequency spectrum. Likewise, you’ll have to sensibly
    spread individual voices across the stereo image of a signal. At the end of
    this process, adjusting the level of the entire mix to other equipment in the
    signal path is required (e. g. recorder/crossover/amplifier).
    The interface of BEHRINGER mixing consoles is optimized for these tasks,
    enabling you to easily keep track of the signal path.

    1.2 The user’s manual
    The user’s manual is designed to give you both an overview of the controls,
    as well as detailed information on how to use them. In order to help you
    understand the links between the controls, we have arranged them in groups
    according to their function. If you need to know more about specific issues,
    please visit our website at http://behringer.com. Additional information and
    explanations about various music industry/audio technology terminology
    can be found on individual product pages as well as in the glossary area
    of behringer.com.
    ◊ The block diagram supplied with the mixing console gives you an

    overview of the connections between the inputs and outputs, as well
    as the associated switches and controls.
    For the moment, just try and trace the signal path from the microphone input
    to the FX SEND connector. Don’t be put off by the huge range of possibilities;
    it’s easier than you think! If you look at the overview of the controls at the same
    time, you’ll be able to quickly familiarize yourself with your mixing console and
    you’ll soon be making the most of all its many possibilities.



  • Page 5

    5

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    1.3 Before you get started

    2. Control Elements and Connectors

    1.3.1 Shipment

    This chapter describes the various control elements of your mixing console.
    All controls, switches and connectors will be discussed in detail.

    Your mixing console was carefully packed in the factory to guarantee safe
    transport. Nevertheless, we recommend that you carefully examine the
    packaging and its contents for any signs of physical damage that may have
    occurred during transit.

    2.1 Mono channels

    ◊ If the unit is damaged, please do NOT return it to us, but notify your

    dealer and the shipping company immediately, otherwise claims for
    damage or replacement may not be granted.
    ◊ To assure optimal protection of your XENYX during use or transport,

    we recommend utilizing a carrying case.
    ◊ Please always use the original packaging to avoid damage due to

    storage or shipping.
    ◊ Never let unsupervised children play with the XENYX or with

    its packaging.
    ◊ Please dispose of all packaging materials in an environmentally-

    friendly fashion.
    1.3.2 Initial operation
    Be sure that there is enough space around the unit for cooling purposes and to
    avoid overheating please do not place your mixing console on high-temperature
    equipment such as radiators or power amps.
    ◊ Never connect the XENYX to the power supply unit when the latter is

    connected to the mains! First connect the power supply unit to the
    console, then connect the power supply unit to the mains.
    ◊ Please make sure that all units have a proper ground connection.

    For your own safety, never remove or disable the ground
    conductor from the unit or on the AC power cord. The unit should
    always be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective
    earthing connection.
    ◊ When installing the product, ensure the appliance coupler or power

    cord is easily accessible for disconnecting the unit from mains.
    1.3.3 Online registration
    Please register your new BEHRINGER equipment right after your purchase
    by visiting http://behringer.com and read the terms and conditions of our
    warranty carefully.
    Should your BEHRINGER product malfunction, it is our intention to have it
    repaired as quickly as possible. To arrange for warranty service, please contact
    the BEHRINGER retailer from whom the equipment was purchased. Should your
    BEHRINGER dealer not be located in your vicinity, you may directly contact
    one of our subsidiaries. Corresponding contact information is included in the
    original equipment packaging (Global Contact Information/European Contact
    Information). Should your country not be listed, please contact the distributor
    nearest you. A list of distributors can be found in the support area of our
    website (http://behringer.com).
    Registering your purchase and equipment with us helps us process your repair
    claims more quickly and efficiently.
    Thank you for your cooperation!

    Fig. 2.1: Connectors and controls on the mono channels

    MIC
    Each mono input channel offers a balanced microphone input via the XLR
    connector and also features switchable +48 V phantom power supply for
    condenser microphones. The XENYX preamps provide undistorted and noise-free
    gain as is typically known only from costly outboard preamps.
    ◊ Please mute your playback system before you activate the phantom

    power supply to prevent switch-on thumps being directed to your
    loudspeakers. Please also note the instructions in chapter 2.4
    “Main section”.
    LINE IN
    Each mono input also features a balanced line input on a ¼" connector.
    Unbalanced devices (mono connectors) can also be connected to these inputs.
    ◊ Please remember that you can only use either the microphone

    or the line input of a channel at any one time. You can never use
    both simultaneously!
    GAIN
    Use the GAIN control to adjust the input gain. This control should always be
    turned fully counterclockwise whenever you connect or disconnect a signal
    source to one of the  inputs.
    The scale has 2 different value ranges: the first value range (+10 to +60 dB)
    refers to the MIC input and shows the amplification for the signals fed in there.



  • Page 6

    6

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    The second value range (+10 to -40 dBu) refers to the line input and shows
    its sensitivity. The settings for equipment with standard line-level signals
    (-10 dBV or +4 dBu) look like this: While the GAIN control is turned all the way
    down, connect your equipment. Set the GAIN control to the external devices’
    standard output level. If that unit has an output signal level display, it should
    show 0 dB during signal peaks. For +4 dBu, turn up GAIN slightly, for -10 dBV a
    bit more. Tweaking is done using the CLIP LED.

    CLIP
    The CLIP-LED’s of the mono channels illuminate when the input signal is driven
    too high, which could cause distortion. If this happens, use the GAIN control to
    reduce the preamp level until the LED does not light anymore.

    2.2 Stereo channels

    EQ
    All mono input channels include a 3-band equalizer. All bands provide boost or
    cut of up to 15 dB. In the central position, the equalizer is inactive.
    The circuitry of the British EQs is based on the technology used in the best-known
    top-of-the-line consoles and providing a warm sound without any unwanted
    side effects. The result are extremely musical equalizers which, unlike simple
    equalizers, cause no side effects such as phase shifting or bandwidth limitation,
    even with extreme gain settings of ±15 dB.
    The upper (HIGH) and the lower band (LOW) are shelving filters that increase
    or decrease all frequencies above or below their cut-off frequency. The cut-off
    frequencies of the upper and lower band are 12 kHz and 80 Hz respectively.
    The mid band is configured as a peak filter with a center frequency of 2.5 kHz.
    Unlike shelving filters, the peak filter processes a frequency range that extends
    upwards and downwards around its middle frequency.
    LOW CUT
    In addition, the mono channels are equipped with a steep LOW CUT filter
    (slope at 18 dB/oct., -3 dB at 75 Hz) designed to eliminate unwanted
    low-frequency signal components. These can be noises created by
    hand-held microphones, subsonic noise or plosive sounds created by highly
    sensitive microphones.
    Fig. 2.2: Connectors and controls on the stereo channels

    FX
    FX sends enable you to feed signals via a variable control from one or more
    channels and sum these signals to a bus. The bus appears at the console’s FX send
    output and can be fed from there to an external effects device. The return from
    the effects unit is then brought back into the console on the stereo channels.
    Each FX send is mono and features up to +15 dB gain.
    As the name suggests, the FX sends of the XENYX mixing consoles are intended to
    drive effects devices (reverb, delay, etc.) and are therefore configured post-fader.
    This means that the mix between dry signal and effect remains at the level
    determined by the channel’s aux send, irrespective of the channel fader setting.
    If this were not the case, the effects signal of the channel would remain audible
    even when the fader is lowered to zero. With XENYX mixing consoles, the channel
    fader is called LEVEL control.
    In the 1202FX/1002FX, the FX send is routed directly to the built-in effects
    processor. To make sure that the effects processor receives an input signal,
    you shouldn’t turn this control all the way to the left (-∞).
    PAN
    The PAN control determines the position of the channel signal within the stereo
    image. This control features a constant-power characteristic, which means the
    signal is always maintained at a constant level, irrespective of position in the
    stereo panorama.

    LINE IN
    Each stereo channel has two balanced line level inputs on ¼" connectors for left
    and right channels. If only the connector marked “L” (left) is used, the channel
    operates in mono. The stereo channels are designed to handle typical line level
    signals. Both inputs will also accept unbalanced connectors.
    FX
    The FX send of the stereo channels functions similar to that of the mono
    channels. However, since the FX send bus is mono, a mono sum is first taken from
    the stereo input before it is sent to the FX bus.
    BAL
    The BAL(ANCE) control determines the levels of left and right input signals
    relative to each other before both signals are then routed to the main stereo mix
    bus. If a channel is operated in mono via the left line input, this control has the
    same function as the PAN control used in the mono channels.
    LEVEL
    The LEVEL control determines the volume of the channel being sent to the
    main mix.

    LEVEL

    +4/-10

    The LEVEL control determines the level of the channel signal in the main mix.

    The stereo inputs of the XENYX have an input sensitivity switch which selects
    between +4 dBu and -10 dBV. At -10 dBV (home-recording level), the input is
    more sensitive (requires less level to drive it) than at +4 dBu (studio level).

    ◊ Attention: Since the FX path for the effect processor is connected

    post-fader, the LEVEL control has to be turned up in order to get this
    channel’s signal to the effects processor!



  • Page 7

    7

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    2.3 Connector array of the main section

    Recording:
    For mastering, using a stereo compressor such as the COMPOSER PRO-XL
    MDX2600 can be recommended. Use it to custom-tailor the dynamic
    characteristics of your signal to the dynamic range of the recording equipment
    you are using. The signal is in this case passed on from the compressor into
    the recorder.
    CD/TAPE INPUT

    Fig. 2.3: Connectors of the main section

    FX SEND
    The FX SEND connector outputs the signal you picked up from the individual
    channels using the FX controls. You can connect this to the input of an external
    effects device in order to process the FX bus’ master signal. Once an effects mix is
    created, the processed signal can then be routed from the effects device outputs
    back into a stereo input.
    ◊ If the connected effects processor receives no input signal,

    the FX SEND control is probably too low. This also goes for the built-in
    effects processor.

    The CD/TAPE INPUTs are used to bring an external signal source (e.g. CD player,
    tape deck, etc.) into the console. They can also be used as a standard stereo line
    input, so the output of a second XENYX or BEHRINGER ULTRALINK PRO MX882 can
    be connected. Alternatively the line or tape output of a hi-fi amplifier with source
    selection switch could also be hooked up here, allowing you to easily listen to
    additional sources (e.g. cassette recorder, minidisk player, sound card etc.).
    TAPE OUTPUT
    These connections are laid out as RCA connectors and are wired parallel to
    MAIN OUT. Connect the inputs of a computer sound card or a recorder here.
    The output signal level is set up using the highly accurate MAIN MIX fader.

    2.4 Main section

    ◊ Adjust your external effects processor to 100% wet (effects signal

    only), because the effects signal is added to the main mix along with
    the “dry” channel signals.
    ◊ In this instance, the FX control of the channel being used as an effects

    return should be turned fully counterclockwise, otherwise feedback
    problems can occur!
    PHONES/CTRL ROOM OUT
    The stereo PHONES connector (at the top of the connector panel) is where
    headphones are connected. The unbalanced CTRL ROOM OUT connectors carry
    the summed effects and main mix signals as well as soloed channel signals.
    The PHONES/CONTROL ROOM control in the main section adjusts the level of both
    headphones and main monitor outputs.
    MAIN OUT
    The MAIN OUT connectors are unbalanced mono connectors. The main mix
    signal appears here at a level of 0 dBu. The MAIN MIX fader adjusts the volume of
    these outputs. Depending on how you wish to use your mixer and which gear you
    own, you can connect the following equipment:
    Live PA systems:
    A stereo dynamics processor (optional), stereo equalizer (optional) and the stereo
    power amplifier for full-range loudspeakers with passive crossovers.
    If you wish to use multi-way loudspeaker systems without an integrated
    crossover, you have to use an active crossover and several power amplifiers.
    Often, limiters are already built into active crossovers (e.g. BEHRINGER
    SUPER-X PRO CX2310 and ULTRADRIVE PRO DCX2496). Active crossovers are
    implemented directly before the power amplifier, and they divide the frequency
    range into several segments that are first amplified in the amplifiers and then
    passed on to the corresponding loudspeakers.

    Fig. 2.4: Control elements of the main section

    +48 V
    The red “+48 V” LED lights up when the phantom power is turned on.
    Phantom power is required to operate condenser microphones and is activated
    using the +48 V switch located above the +48 V LED.
    ◊ Connect microphones before you switch on the phantom power supply.

    Please do not connect microphones to the mixer (or the stagebox/
    wallbox) while the phantom power supply is switched on. In addition,
    the monitor/PA loud­speakers should be muted before you activate the
    phantom power supply. After switching on, wait approx. one minute to
    allow for system stabilization.
    ◊ Caution! You must never use unbalanced XLR connectors

    (PIN 1 and 3 connected) on the MIC input connectors if you want to
    use the phantom power supply.



  • Page 8

    8

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    POWER

    2.5 Digital effects processor

    The blue POWER LED indicates that the console is powered on.
    LEVEL INDICATOR
    The 4-segment display accurately displays the relevant signal level.
    LEVEL SETTING:
    To correctly set the gains of the channels, first set the LEVEL controls of the input
    channels to their center positions. Then use the GAIN controls to increase the
    input amplification until signal peaks show 0 dB on the level meter.
    When recording to digital recorders, the recorder’s peak meter should not go into
    overload. While analog recorders can be overloaded to some extent, creating only
    a certain amount of distortion, digital recorders distort quickly when overloaded.
    In addition, digital distortion is not only undesirable, but also renders your
    recording completely useless.
    When recording to an analog device, the VU meters of the recording machine
    should reach approx. +3 dB with low-frequency signals (e.g. kick drum). Due to
    their inertia VU meters tend to display too low a signal level at frequencies above
    1 kHz. This is why, for example, a Hi-Hat should only be driven as far as -10 dB.
    Snare drums should be driven to approx. 0 dB.
    ◊ The CLIP-LED’s of your XENYX display the level virtually independent

    of frequency. A recording level of 0 dB is recommended for all
    signal types.
    MAIN MIX
    Use the MAIN MIX fader to adjust the volume of the main out.
    PHONES/CONTROL ROOM
    Use the PHONES/CONTROL ROOM control to adjust the signal level of the
    CONTROL ROOM and PHONES outputs.
    CD/TAPE TO MIX
    When the CD/TAPE TO MIX switch is pressed, the CD/tape input is assigned to
    the main mix providing an additional input for tape machines, MIDI instruments
    or other signal sources that do not require any processing.
    CD/TAPE TO CTRL
    Press the CD/TAPE TO CTRL switch if you want to monitor the CD/tape input via
    the CTRL ROOM and PHONES outputs. A typical studio application of this function
    is recording music into a digital audio workstation (DAW) with simultaneous
    reproduction (see ch. 3.1).
    ◊ If you are recording a signal via the TAPE OUTPUT and wish to

    listen to this simultaneously via the CD/TAPE INPUT, do not use the
    CD/TAPE TO MIX switch. Doing this would create a feedback loop,
    since the signal would be routed, via the main mix, back to tape via the
    TAPE OUTPUT. To monitor the CD/TAPE INPUT, use the CD/TAPE TO CTRL
    switch to assign the tape signal to the monitor(s) or headphones.
    This will avoid the tape signal being routed to the TAPE OUTPUT.
    FX TO CONTROL
    If you want to monitor only the effects signal in your headphones or monitor
    speaker(s), press the FX TO CTRL switch. Now the signal of the effects processor
    can be monitored alone, and the main mix and/or CD/tape signal is no longer
    present on the phone and control room outputs.

    Fig. 2.5: Effects section

    100 FIRST-CLASS EFFECTS
    The XENYX 1202FX/1002FX features a built-in digital stereo effects processor.
    This effects processor offers a large number of standard effects such as Hall,
    Chorus, Flanger, Delay and various combination effects. Using the FX control,
    you can feed signals into the effects processor. The integrated effects module has
    the advantage of requiring no wiring. This way, the danger of creating ground
    loops or uneven signal levels is eliminated at the outset, completely simplifying
    the handling.
    SIGNAL and CLIP LED
    The SIGNAL LED on the effects module shows the presence of a signal whose
    level is high enough. This LED should always be on. However, make sure that the
    clip LED lights up only sporadically. If it is lit constantly, you are overdriving the
    effects processor, which leads to unpleasant distortion. If this occurs, turn the
    FX controls down somewhat.
    PROGRAM
    The PROGRAM control has two functions: by turning the PROGRAM control,
    you dial the number of an effect. The number of the preset you just dialed up
    blinks in the display. To confirm your selection, press the PROGRAM control;
    the blinking stops.
    FX TO MAIN
    The FX TO MAIN control feeds the effects signal into the main mix. If the control
    is turned all the way counterclockwise, no effects signal is present in the sum
    signal of the mixing console.
    The appendix contains an overview of all presets of the multi effects processor.



  • Page 9

    9

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    3. Applications
    3.1 Recording studio

    UMX490

    MIDI sound module
    CD Player
    MD Recorder

    TRUTH B2030A
    B-2 PRO

    HPS3000

    V-AMP 3

    GAIN

    GAIN

    Digital Audio
    Workstation

    Electric guitar

    XENYX 1002FX
    Fig. 3.1: The 1002FX in a recording studio

    Even though most of the tasks in a studio can nowadays be accomplished using
    a computer, a mixing console remains an unavoidable piece of equipment that
    lets you effectively manage audio inputs and outputs: microphone signals need
    to be pre-amplified prior to being recorded, and the quality of microphone
    sound is often worked on; recording and playback signals must be routed to the
    appropriate connectors or integrated into the mix; the volume of headphones
    and studio monitors needs to be adjusted, and so on. The extensively equipped
    main section of the XENYX mixing consoles provides concrete benefits to you.
    Wiring:
    Connect your sound sources to the microphone/line inputs of the mixing
    console. Connect the master machine (DAT/minidisk recorder) to the
    main outputs. Your monitor speakers are connected to the control room
    outputs; the headphones are connected to the headphone output.
    Now, connect the CD/tape outputs to the sound card inputs on your DAW
    (Digital Audio Workstation). Connect the outputs of the sound card in your
    computer to the CD/tape inputs.

    Recording and playback:
    Once in the mixing console, the recording signal is pre-amplified, EQ’ed and
    is then routed to the main bus. Use the LEVEL control to adjust the recording
    signal level. The overall level of the signal going to the computer is adjusted
    using the MAIN MIX fader. To make sure that the signal is actually being recorded,
    use either the phones bus or the control room bus to monitor not the main
    mix signal (i.e. the output signal of the mixing console, before the recording);
    instead, monitor the returns of the sound card that is connected to the CD/tape
    inputs. To this end, press the CD/TAPE TO CTRL switch and adjust the monitoring
    volume using the PHONES/CONTROL ROOM control. Doing so, you can record
    additional tracks in addition to a signal already brought in (so-called overdubs).
    Use the direct monitoring function of your DAW.
    ◊ With this application, the CD/TAPE TO MIX switch should not be

    pressed; otherwise, the playback signal from the sound card output
    would be routed back to the computer and would be added to the
    recording. This would not only be undesirable, it would also create a
    feedback loop.



  • Page 10

    10

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    3.2 Live sound
    REV2496
    UMX490
    B1520 PRO

    BX4500H

    HPS3000
    EP2000

    Drum
    Computer

    BB410

    MDX2600

    FBQ3102
    Bass guitar
    XM1800S
    MD Recorder

    GMX212

    Electric guitar

    XENYX 1202FX

    CD Player

    Fig. 3.2: Live application of the 1202FX

    This illustration shows a typical arrangement for a live setup. Two vocal
    microphones and the line outputs of a guitar and a bass amplifier are connected
    to the mono channels of the 1202FX. A keyboard and a drum computer are
    connected to the stereo channels. The power amplifier in your sound system is
    connected to the main outputs; equipment such as compressors, equalizers or
    crossovers are located between the mixer and the amp in the signal path. If you
    wish to make a live recording, you can connect your recording equipment (in this
    case, a minidisk recorder) to the CD/tape outputs. A CD player that is playing
    during intermissions is connected via the CD/tape inputs. If you connect

    a recorder/player combo (e. g. a tape deck recorder), the CD/tape to Mix switch
    should not be pressed during a recording because this way the signal intended
    for recording would be directly re-routed back to the mixing console, and then
    back to the recorder... this would cause a feedback loop as soon as you hit the
    record button. A loud, unpleasant, even painful sound would result.
    If you are using an external effects processor (wired as shown in the illustration),
    please make sure that the FX SEND control in channel 11/12 is turned all the way
    down counterclockwise to avoid creating a feedback loop.



  • Page 11

    11

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    4. Installation
    4.1 Mains connection

    Balanced ¼" TRS connector
    strain relief clamp
    sleeve
    ring
    tip

    AC POWER IN
    Connect the power supply to the 3-pin mains connector on the rear of the
    console. Use the AC adapter supplied to connect the console to the mains.
    The adapter complies with all applicable safety standards.

    sleeve
    ground/shield

    ◊ Please use only the power supply unit provided with the console.
    ◊ Never connect the XENYX to the power supply unit while the latter is

    ring
    cold (-ve)
    tip
    hot (+ve)

    connected to the mains! First connect the console to the power supply
    unit, then connect the power supply unit to the mains.
    ◊ Please note that both the power supply unit and the mixing console

    For connection of balanced and unbalanced plugs,
    ring and sleeve have to be bridged at the stereo plug.

    heat up considerably during operation. This is completely normal.

    4.2 Audio connections
    You will need a large number of cables for different applications. The illustrations
    below show how the connectors should be wired. Be sure to use only
    high-grade cables.
    Please use commercial RCA cables to connect the CD/tape inputs and outputs.
    You can, of course, also connect unbalanced equipment to the balanced
    inputs/outputs. To do this, use either mono plugs or stereo plugs with the ring
    and sleeve bridged (pins 1 and 3 in the case of XLR connectors).
    ◊ Caution! Never use unbalanced XLR connectors (PIN 1 and 3 connected)

    on the MIC input connectors when using the phantom power supply.
    Balanced use with XLR connectors

    input
    1 = ground/shield
    2 = hot (+ve)
    3 = cold (-ve)
    2
    3

    output
    For unbalanced use, pin 1 and pin 3
    have to be bridged

    Fig. 4.1: XLR connections

    Unbalanced ¼" TS connector
    strain relief clamp
    sleeve
    tip

    sleeve
    (ground/shield)

    tip
    (signal)

    Fig. 4.2: ¼" mono plug

    ¼" TRS headphones connector
    strain relief clamp
    sleeve
    ring
    tip

    sleeve
    ground/shield
    ring
    right signal
    tip
    left signal

    Fig. 4.4: Stereo plug for headphones connection

    2 1
    3

    1

    Fig. 4.3: ¼" stereo plug



  • Page 12

    12

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    5. Specifications
    Mono Inputs

    Audio Outputs

    Microphone Inputs

    FX Send

    Type

    XLR, electronically balanced,
    discrete input circuit

    Mic E.I.N. (20 Hz - 20 kHz)
    @ 0 Ω source resistance

    -132.7 dB / 137 dB A-weighted

    @ 50 Ω source resistance

    -130 dB / 133.9 dB A-weighted

    @ 150 Ω source resistance

    -127.1 dB / 130.9 dB A-weighted

    Frequency response

    <10 Hz - 200 kHz (-1 dB)

    Gain range

    +10 to +60 dB

    Max. input level

    +12 dBu @ +10 dB gain

    Impedance

    approx. 2.6 kΩ balanced

    Signal-to-noise ratio

    -107 dB / -111 dB A-weighted
    (0 dBu In @ +22 dB gain)

    Distortion (THD + N)

    0.005% / 0.003% A-weighted

    Line Input
    Type

    ¼" TRS connector
    electronically balanced

    Impedance

    approx. 20 kΩ balanced
    approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced

    Gain range

    -10 to +40 dB

    Max. input level

    +20 dBu @ 0 dB Gain

    Fade-Out Attenuation (Crosstalk Attenuation)
    1

    Main fader closed

    85 dB

    Channel fader closed

    88 dB

    ¼" TRS connector, unbalanced

    Impedance

    approx. 120 Ω

    Max. output level

    +22 dBu

    Main Outputs
    Type

    ¼" TRS connector, unbalanced

    Impedance

    approx. 120 Ω

    Max. output level

    +22 dBu

    Control Room Outputs
    Type

    ¼" TRS connector, unbalanced

    Impedance

    approx. 120 Ω

    Max. output level

    +22 dBu

    Headphones Output
    Type

    ¼" TRS connector, unbalanced

    Max. output level

    +19 dBu / 150 Ω (+25 dBm)

    Main Mix System Data2

    Noise
    Main mix @ -∞,
    Channel fader -∞

    -105 dB / -108 dB A-weighted

    Main mix @ 0 dB,
    Channel fader -∞

    -94 dB / -97 dB A-weighted

    Main Mix @ 0 dB,
    Channel fader @ 0 dB

    -83 dB / -85 dB A-weighted

    FX Section

    Frequency Response

    Microphone Input to Main Out
    <10 Hz - 80 kHz

    +0 dB / -1 dB

    <10 Hz - 137 kHz

    +0 dB / -3 dB

    Stereo Inputs
    Type

    ¼" TRS connector,
    electronically balanced

    Impedance

    approx. 20 kΩ bal. / 10 kΩ unbal.
    (+4 dBu operating level)
    approx. 20 kΩ bal. / 5 kΩ unbal.
    (-10 dBV)

    Max. input level

    Type

    +22 dBu

    EQ Mono Channels
    Low

    80 Hz / ±15 dB

    Mid

    2.5 kHz / ±15 dB

    High

    12 kHz / ±15 dB

    Converter

    24-bit Sigma-Delta

    Sampling rate

    40 kHz

    Mains Voltage
    USA/Canada

    120 V~, 60 Hz, MXUL6 adapter

    U.K./Australia

    240 V~, 50 Hz, MXUK6 adapter

    Europe

    230 V~, 50 Hz, MXEU6 adapter

    China/Korea

    220 V~, 50 Hz, MXCN6 adapter

    Japan

    100 V~, 60 Hz, MXJP6 adapter

    Output

    2 x 14.8 V~, 2 x 500 mA



  • Page 13

    13

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    Dimensions
    1202FX

    Dimensions (H x W x D)

    1 5/6 x 9 1/2 x 8 2/3"
    47 x 220 x 242 mm

    Weight (Net)

    approx. 4.6 lbs / 2.1 kg

    1002FX

    Dimensions (H x W x D)

    1 5/6 x 7 2/5 x 8 2/3"
    47 x 189 x 220 mm

    Weight (Net)

    approx. 3.5 lbs / 1.6 kg

    Measuring conditions:
    1:  1 kHz rel. to 0 dBu; 20 Hz - 20 kHz; line input; main output; unity gain.
    2: 20 Hz - 20kHz; measured at main output. Channels 1 - 4 unity gain; EQ flat; all channels on main mix;
    channels 1/3 as far left as possible, channels 2/4 as far right as possible. Reference = +6 dBu.
    BEHRINGER is constantly striving to manintain the highest professional standards. As a result of these efforts,
    modifications may be made from time to time to existing products without prior notice. Specifications and
    appearance may differ from those listed or illustrated.



  • Page 14

    14

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX User Manual

    FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
    COMMISSION COMPLIANCE
    INFORMATION

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX
    Responsible Party Name:

    MUSIC Group Services US Inc.

    Address:

    18912 North Creek Parkway,
    Suite 200 Bothell, WA 98011,
    USA

    Phone/Fax No.:

    Phone: +1 425 672 0816
    Fax: +1 425 673 7647

    XENYX 1202FX/1002FX
    complies with the FCC rules as mentioned in the following paragraph:
    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
    digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
    to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
    installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
    energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
    harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
    interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
    harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
    by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
    interference by one or more of the following measures:
    • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
    • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
    receiver is connected.
    • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
    following two conditions:
    (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
    (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
    cause undesired operation.
    Important information:
    Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by MUSIC Group
    can void the user’s authority to use the equipment.



  • Page 15

    We Hear You






Missbrauch melden von Frage und/oder Antwort

Libble nimmt den Missbrauch seiner Dienste sehr ernst. Wir setzen uns dafür ein, derartige Missbrauchsfälle gemäß den Gesetzen Ihres Heimatlandes zu behandeln. Wenn Sie eine Meldung übermitteln, überprüfen wir Ihre Informationen und ergreifen entsprechende Maßnahmen. Wir melden uns nur dann wieder bei Ihnen, wenn wir weitere Einzelheiten wissen müssen oder weitere Informationen für Sie haben.

Art des Missbrauchs:

Zum Beispiel antisemitische Inhalte, rassistische Inhalte oder Material, das zu einer Gewalttat führen könnte.

Beispielsweise eine Kreditkartennummer, persönliche Identifikationsnummer oder unveröffentlichte Privatadresse. Beachten Sie, dass E-Mail-Adressen und der vollständige Name nicht als private Informationen angesehen werden.

Forenregeln

Um zu sinnvolle Fragen zu kommen halten Sie sich bitte an folgende Spielregeln:

Neu registrieren

Registrieren auf E - Mails für Behringer Xenyx 1002FX wenn:


Sie erhalten eine E-Mail, um sich für eine oder beide Optionen anzumelden.


Holen Sie sich Ihr Benutzerhandbuch per E-Mail

Geben Sie Ihre E-Mail-Adresse ein, um das Handbuch zu erhalten von Behringer Xenyx 1002FX in der Sprache / Sprachen: Englisch als Anhang in Ihrer E-Mail.

Das Handbuch ist 2,31 mb groß.

 

Sie erhalten das Handbuch in Ihrer E-Mail innerhalb von Minuten. Wenn Sie keine E-Mail erhalten haben, haben Sie wahrscheinlich die falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben oder Ihre Mailbox ist zu voll. Darüber hinaus kann es sein, dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe für E-Mails empfangen kann.

Andere Handbücher von Behringer Xenyx 1002FX

Behringer Xenyx 1002FX Bedienungsanleitung - Deutsch - 14 seiten

Behringer Xenyx 1002FX Bedienungsanleitung - Holländisch - 15 seiten


Das Handbuch wird per E-Mail gesendet. Überprüfen Sie ihre E-Mail.

Wenn Sie innerhalb von 15 Minuten keine E-Mail mit dem Handbuch erhalten haben, kann es sein, dass Sie eine falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben haben oder dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe eingestellt hat, um E-Mails zu erhalten, die kleiner als die Größe des Handbuchs sind.

Ihre Frage wurde zu diesem Forum hinzugefügt

Möchten Sie eine E-Mail erhalten, wenn neue Antworten und Fragen veröffentlicht werden? Geben Sie bitte Ihre Email-Adresse ein.



Info