Behringer is one of the companies that has been more active lately releasing some new products and the last one to be unveiled have been the new SX Series Mixers, similar to the SL Series, the 2 new models (SX2442FX and SX3242FX) have same size than the SL models, the potential buyers are professional or semi-professional musicians that need high quality at mid-range prices.
The specifications of the Behringer SX Series Mixers are 24-bit stereo FX processors, 100 included presets (reverb, chorus, …), 4-band EQ on the stereo inputs, British 3-band EQ and 9-band stereo graphic EQ, 60 mm logarithmic-taper faders, 4 aux sends per channel (2 pre and 2 posts fader), 1â„4″ and XLR balanced, control room, headphones and stereo tape outputs. The main differences between these models are, 24 channels, 2 stereo inputs and 16 Xenyx mic preamps on the SX2442FX model and 32 channels, 4 stereo inputs and 20 Xenyx mic preamps on the SX3242FX.
These products can be used for mixing and recording tasks and includes also some basic functions like talkback and mute-all (but the auxiliary input). The Behringer SX Series Mixers will be soon available and its msrp are $740 for the SX2442FX model and $880 for the SX3242FX.