20 Most Recent Behringer Rx 1202fx 12 Channel Line and Microphone Mixer Questions & Answers


For goodness sakes do NOT replace the fuse... doing so causes more damage inside. Likely one of the power amps has shorted and may have damaged the power supply as well. Also please read my tip on Fixya regarding a HAZARD with channel A if you use 1/4 inch plugs with the speaker cables. Essentially the sleeve of the channel A plug is the hot, and not the tip. Ground the sleeve of the plug and you can blow the channel A amp. YOU WILL NEED TO TAKE THE UNIT IN FOR REPAIR... THIS IS NOT A DIY REPAIR!!!!

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Aug 23, 2011


This problem generally occur when there is loose connectionbetween control board (PC board) and connectors of different parts. You need tocheck thoroughly for any kind of loose connection and check the connectors. It is aproblem of short-circuit. As per your question it seems that you have alreadychanged fuse one or more than one times. In that case first check if there any kind of looseconnection, then check the voltage - if the machine receives correct voltage. Ifall seems ok, then you need to replace the PC board (main board). Hope this will help you. Good Luck.

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Aug 23, 2011


either that or bad solder joints

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Aug 23, 2011


Yes.. if you have some basic skills you could do this yourself.

This is a very basic standardized part and even if epoxied in place can be removed with care.

The part is about 2 - 4 bucks..
You need a
1 IEC Power Jack Chassis Mount with a 10A fuse holder part number 090 443

Go to www.parts-express.com

It should be a simple repair. Make sure you use the proper fuse.. installing a lesser fuse amp wise will be fine.

Nice mixer!

Good luck!

Behringer Rx... | Answered on May 04, 2011


Sorry, this device does NOT have a footswitch input to control the effects processor. I would suggest using an external effects unit that does have a foot switch input using the FX send and Aux returns of this unit.

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Jan 30, 2011


Make sure that BOTH the FX gain at each channel you want the FX on AND the "FX to Main" gain are turned up. Also when you select an effect push in the selection knob to activate the selection.

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Jan 22, 2011


This is a common problem with digital recording. Simply put, it takes some time to convert analog (audio) to digital and then more time to convert it back. So, your playback track goes through conversion and introduces some delay. You don't hear this because you have no zero reference. Your recorded sound goes through the A/D converter and also incurs some delay. When you play them back together, you hear the difference in time from one track to another. Most pro recording programs have some method to minimize or cancel the delay like slipping the tracks so they all start together. Pro Tools just introduced a version that automatically does this. They have always had what it called "low latency" monitoring which attempts to keep the "shortest" digital/analog path so overdubs are close enough that we don't hear any issues. So, since you talk about the mixer but not the recording program, I can't tell you specifics but I'd look into the recording program for time alignment settings and options. If you have a manual for the recording program, try to look up latency.

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Dec 08, 2010


We have no way to enter drawings on FIXYA.

Figure 3.1 in your user manual has everything you need to know.

You would need 4 cables with RCA plugs at the 1202 end and whatever your soundblaster interface takes at its end to handle STEREO signals to and from the unit.

Almost any type of mic will work, and the choice of mic depends on what you are using it for and how much you have budgeted for. If you are in a studio without monitor, then one typically uses condenser mics AND for those you turn on the "phantom" power on this mixer. If you have speakers tied to this or where the mic can "hear" the speakers you likely cannot use condenser mics as they will cause feedback.

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Sep 22, 2010


Most Behringer effects are done with the same DSP unit. If you can find the lst for one, it will likely be the same for your unit.

My PMP5000 has the list right on the face. I don't know how to capture the list but I might be able to photo it.

I have searched and it doesn't seem like there is any documentation readily available.

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Mar 10, 2010


David,   I dont like to be the bearer of bad news, but Behringer dissolved its service/repair center years ago.  In my opinion, this indicates little faith in the profitability of servicing Behringer products.  If the manufacturer wont even repair their own products, I wouldn't buy or use that brand if I had a choice.  Their products are good, WHEN THEY WORK.  They keep their prices low by using inexpensive, disposable quality components.  Most of their products aren't worth repairing.      Here are a few options to find your power supply.  Try Rogue music in New York, NY.  Here is the web address.
www.roguemusic.com

Here is another resource.  DBM pro Audio is an authorized Behringer Repair Center.  They are also in New York.  They will be able to tell you if your part is available from Behringer.  I'm very sorry to inform you of the inferiority of Behringer products.  I think the truth, though it hurts sometimes, is the best teacher.  P.S. if you ever visit DBM... next to the elevator, outside DBM's office is a one yard dumpster, it is always brimming with the carcasses of unrepairable Behringer mixing consoles.      Remember, when buying electronics, you get what you pay for...cheap price = cheap components (and usually headaches down the line) Good luck!  I wish you success on finding your power supply.  Michael Mittelsdorf
www.dbmproaudio.com

See my profile for my qualifications. DBM does all my electronics repair.

Behringer Rx... | Answered on Jan 10, 2009


Request the list directly from Behringer.

Behringer Music | Answered on Dec 24, 2019


Behringer recommends using a shielded CAT 5e cable with Ethercon connectors wired to the T568B standard to connect the two. Also you need to make sure that the board is completely powered on before turning on the S32 for proper connection. Make sure you are connecting between the Aes50A ports. When connected you should be able to see a green light next to Aes50A in the main screen. Then you will need to properly route the channels.

Behringer Music | Answered on Nov 13, 2019


See if another audio source connected to the mixer produces the same results. Try with the same cable and then with another cable. The purpose of this procedure is to determine if it is the cable and/or the laptop. (Sound card problem???) or mixer.
Is it ALL audio or just specific audio from for instance, a music application? Does it cut out using iTunes?
The mixer may have a bad or oxidized input. Try a different input channel? Are you using headphones to listen? It may be the headphone amp? OR, if audio is produced via amped speakers, it may be the mixer output. Does the mixer have metering? Do the meters also cut out? Does the laptop do the same thing if plugging in headphones to the laptop directly (no mixer)?

Behringer Music | Answered on Oct 23, 2019


You have given in detail which is helpful

Behringer Music | Answered on Oct 16, 2019

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