I've had the same problem. It just is like the tracks mix up with each other. It's pretty irritation when you come to the mixing process. You just can't mix track where the first one for example actually is some song. But you also got some guitar from track 2 on it and the guitar track has got track 3 and 4 on it and so on and so on.
How do you fix that problem
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Hello, i've read and watched the manual and the xenyx itself and what. there is to understand if you just read everything. Your speakertje come at the output of your xenyx and that thing you can use as audio source or put your soundsources in your mixer and just play it.
Built-in stereo USB/Audio Interface to connect directly to your computer. Free audio recording, editing and podcasting software plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins downloadable at behringer.com
So just use the mixer as your audio interface and your ready. The xenyx is nice for the money, the ms-16 which they call 'studio'-monitots is offcourse nonsens. Nice sounding laptop speakers are they, but in a home studio you need at least speaker 400euro/piece , but you can play with this nicely.
Unfortunately, the Behringer Xenyx x2442usb only comes with a stereo USB interface. The documentation is a bit misleading, but you can only record two channels through the USB interface - the main mix L and R. If you need to record more inputs than that, you'll have to do them separately.
Hi,I was jamming yesterday and while playing not very loud the mixer went off and never worked again,also cut out the stereo amps I was using to power big speakers,been using it for about 5 hours one a week for last few months with no probs,Q:is there a fuse inside that may have blown? There was a 3amp in the normal plug which stated 5amp but worked fine for ages,I replaced it with another 3amp seeing I didn't have a 5 amp but no power,have you any ideas what to do because I need this working quick and can't afford another one,it's a behringer xenyx 1222fx mixer.
Any help would be amazing
The board is a mixer only, not an amplifier. A mixer simply, well, mixes audio sources into a line output which then goes to the amplifier.
Your question really has no answer since wattage is determined by the amplifier used. Essentially, it can "push" as many watts as the amplifier can deliver.
First thing is to evaluate configuration you had when it failed.
A common mistake is to have power amplifiers powered from receptacle at one end of a room and mixer at the other. This can lead to ground loops that fries components. Always power interconnected devices from the same source of power.
Be aware that the 1/4 inch main outs are balanced TRS and plugging in a mono cable or even a balanced TRS at the mixer that gets shorted at the amp end is a no-no.
You didn't include any info for us regarding your interconnects, etc.
Use four (4) TRS cables. Connect from the
AUX "send" (left and right) to the input of the effects unit with two of the cables. Use the other two cables to connect from teh effects out jacks to the AUX "returns" left and right.