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Behringer X32 40-Input 25-Bus Digital Mixer

Behringer X32 40-Input 25-Bus Digital Mixer
Behringer X32 40-Input 25-Bus Digital Mixer
Behringer X32 40-Input 25-Bus Digital Mixer
Behringer X32 40-Input 25-Bus Digital Mixer
Behringer X32 40-Input 25-Bus Digital Mixer

Behringer X32 40-Input 25-Bus Digital Mixer

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Behringer X32 Digital Mixing Console

40-Input, 25-Bus Digital Mixing Console with 32 Programmable MIDAS Preamps, 25 Motorized Faders, Channel LCD's, 32-Channel Audio Interface and iPad/iPhone Remote Control

The Behringer X32 has changed the game by completely rethinking what is possible from a digital mixer - and tens of thousands of new users are enjoying the results. A fluid workflow coupled with a fully interactive user interface ensures immediate familiarity and instills confidence. Advanced engineering and meticulous design deliver stellar sonic performance at an extremely affordable price - changing the game entirely. Three companies shared a common vision - to engineer and build the very best-sounding, technically-advanced audio products for discerning professionals. The X32 Digital Mixer family is the result of the engineering, manufacturing and application expertise of legendary console manufacturer MIDAS, the iconic signal processing genius of KLARK TEKNIK and Behringer's unique ability to deliver a superior value proposition. The synergy between these three great companies runs deep in the X32. From the pristine, MIDAS-designed mic preamps to Klark Teknik's rock-solid, ultra-low latency SuperMAC networking technology and Behringer's completely re-engineered processing algorithms, X32 raises the bar on what a digital mixer can be. A singular passion for delivering advanced technology, unrivalled usability and true road-worthiness has enabled us to engineer a digital console that is the ideal vehicle for your creative expression. But they’re just getting started!

Enhanced Workflow & Multi-Channel Networking

With the introduction of the new X32 version 3.0 firmware, Behringer has not only dramatically enhanced the workflow, but also added all-new capabilities including “Acoustic Integration” for total connectivity and control of your speaker and In-Ear Monitor (IEM) systems. Then they completely re-imagined the more than 50 onboard FX “Plug-Ins” and added classic processor examples based on “True Physical Modeling”. Behringer has also made the X32 even more flexible, with swappable expansion cards for connecting to other multi-channel audio networking via USB, ADAT, MADI and Dante protocols, in addition to the onboard ULTRANET and AES50 connectivity. Above all, the X32 puts the power of digital in your hands.

Intuitive. Immediate. Natural.

X32 includes an array of control and networking capabilities as standard features. And then there is the X32’s latest version 3.0 firmware. Behringer has added new scene management features and EQ functions, including a 100-band Real Time Analyzer, flexible library import/export capability and faster FX editing. They also included 16 new FX “Plug-Ins” which are based on True Physical Modeling of famous classic audio hardware. This process means that they essentially “rebuilt” classic analog gear in the digital domain.And then they added the most amazing digital networking that allows you to connect to the new Turbosound iQ speakers via simple CAT5 connection. They call it “Acoustic Integration”. This high-performance iQ Series also includes authentic acoustic modeling of some of the world’s most famous speakers - all remote controllable from your X32.

Motorized Faders

X32 serves the user a full complement of 25 long-throw, 100 mm motorized servo faders for primary mix control. Working in concert with the LCD Scribble Strips and TFT Display, the faders serve multiple functions while always keeping you informed. Separate fader sections for inputs and groups/buses allow for convenient assignments from inputs to groups/buses. With the ability to store up to 100 scenes, X32's motorized faders jump to life the moment a scene is recalled.

LCD Scribble Strips

X32's automated control surface is designed to present you with the control you need, when you need it. A total of 29 programmable LCD Scribble Strips offer channel/bus identification that mirrors what is being controlled. Use them to enter input/output tags, plus add icons you recognize at-a-glance. Then assign colors to create visual groups for immediate, on-the-fly recognition of similar inputs. Simple, elegant and effective - plus you'll never need masking tape again

Channel Strip

The X32 Channel Strip puts the most important channel processing parameters into one section so that no matter which channel you are working on, the controls are always the same. This highly-efficient layout stems from Behringer's decades of console design and input from our users. Optimized control illumination ensures a clear indication of levels or status from any viewing angle. Illuminated rotary encoders and switches give you control of preamp settings, frequency shelving, dual dynamics sections, as well as multi-mode fully parametric EQ, bus sends, main, mono and stereo panning.

7" Main Display

X32’s 7" day-viewable color TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) display shows the setting parameters you need when you need them. Selected for its high-contrast performance and outdoor visibility, TFT is ideal for concert and open air festival venues. Flanked by high-precision, context-sensitive tactile encoders, the screen comes to life and immediately reports in high definition all adjustments applied to a wide range of parameters.Intelligent design puts control of vital functions such as Effects, Metering, Routing and much more 1 or 2 button presses away.

Sends On Fader

X32 brings the convenience of digital mixing to your Aux and output bus mixes too, thanks to its integrated Sends on Fader feature. This incredible function allows you to build powerful, dedicated sub-mixes for monitor, secondary zone feeds, and much more—all without affecting the front of house mix or levels. The X32 allows you to send your choice of signals to any Aux or output bus and then dial in the perfect mix via the channel faders. The console remembers where you set the faders and instantly recalls them when you select a bus for quick adjustments.

DCA Groups

DCA (Digitally Controlled Amplifier) groups allow control over several signals at once without actually mixing them into a subgroup bus. X32’s 8 DCA groups let you control multiple signals via a single fader, such as the entire drum mix, the horn section, or the backup vocalists, etc. DCA control affects the FOH mix, while allowing the individual buses to remain unchanged. The result is a customizable workflow that provides maximum flexibility, but still allows individual buses and subgroups to serve the purpose they were intended for, such as zone sends, broadcast feeds, etc.

View Function

Across the X32 you’ll find 11 strategically placed View buttons associated with various functions. These buttons enable immediate access to information about that specific function. For instance, if you press the View button in the Equalizer section, information for that channel’s EQ is instantly shown on the main display, providing in-depth editing of all related parameters. This direct access to visual fine-tuning gives the engineer a level of control previously available only on consoles costing exponentially more.

Assign Section

While some digital consoles off er a few user-definable controls, X32’s Assign section sets a new standard by providing a total of 36 fully customizable controls on three separate layers. As with channels and buses, individual Scribble Strips are provided for immediate identification. Buttons can be defined to toggle parameters on/off , adjust timing of effects by tapping, or jump to specific screen views. Rotary encoders with LED collars can be assigned to specific channel parameters, or to additional parameters in the Dynamics section relevant to the current channel selection.

“Acoustic Integration” – the Live Sound Revolution

Legendary 40-year old British company Turbosound, famous for producing some of the world’s best speaker systems, have teamed up with Behringer to seamlessly integrate mixer and speaker systems. They call it “Acoustic Integration”. The X32’s Ultranet bus allows streaming up to 16-channels of pristine digital audio to an array of Turbosound iQ speakers - all on a single CAT5 cable, along with control data to set sound presets remotely. Furthermore, the iQ Series features “True Physical Modeling” of some of the most popular speakers which can be easily remote controlled via the X32, allowing the sound engineer to apply different speaker models in real time from the comfort of the mixing desk.

100-Band RTA for all Channel/Bus EQ's

The X32 now includes a high-resolution 100-band Real Time Analyzer (RTA), with full Bar and Spectrograph views. This high-resolution RTA displays the audio energy distribution in 100 frequency bands over time - capturing a sonogram window of a full 10 seconds. Switch between the Large RTA view, displaying any available signal in full screen resolution, or the Combined view with the RTA view shown above each of the channel and bus EQ curves. See the results of your filtering choices in the audio spectrum directly. Additionally, the RTA can be displayed on top of the 31-band graphic EQs in the FX rack.

16 Breathtaking FX "Plug-Ins" Based on True Physical Modeling

They've added 16 new FX "Plug-Ins" to the X32, giving you access to a total of 50+ effects that would otherwise cost tens of thousands of dollars in hardware. This new generation of high-end FX "Plug-Ins" is based on True Physical Modeling of classic audio hardware. They essentially "rebuilt" classic analog gear in the digital domain and included models of legendary processors such as Urei's 1176, Teletronix LA-2A and Fairchild 670* compressors as well as the legendary Pultec EQP-1a and EQ5 equalizers etc. They also added a cutting-edge 5-band multi-band compressor. Last but not least, the X32 can now run 4 studio-quality stereo reverbs together with 8 channels of 31-band graphic EQ. This allows you to replace your old outboard gear with a fully recallable onboard solution.

Gain Splitting and Remote Control for FOH and Monitoring

A new Gain Split mode separates channel gain (trim) from the head amp gain, allowing both the FOH and/or the monitor engineer to adjust local trim digitally – and independently of the preamp gain. Additionally, the new HA Gain Remote option allows console gains to be remotely controlled by an external console, such as when using the X32 RACK as a stage box.

More Routing and Processing Flexibility

The X32's routing becomes even more flexible with this recent firmware upgrade. Output signals and XLR outputs are now treated separately, allowing signals from AES50 sources or expansion cards to be routed directly to the X32's analog outputs. For example, now you can use the outputs from an X32 RACK for directly routing back PA or monitoring signals from a main or FOH console. New output tap points can be set as pre- or post-mute for greater usability with your P16 personal monitoring mixers. This is very useful in situations where you don't want mute groups to interrupt your signal flow.

Mighty New Tools for Scene and Show Management

Introducing the Cue List, an innovative way to automate the loading of scenes and new "Snippets" at different points during a show. Each of the 500 Cue entries can load any of the 100 Scenes or Snippets separately or at the same time. This gives you an amazing total of 500 Cues x 100 Scenes x 100 Snippets! Ready for the Road

The award-winning X32 Digital Mixer that changed the industry is expanding its family, as it continues its evolution. Behringer has now added Touring Packages (TP) for the X32, X32 COMPACT and X32 PRODUCER. These road-ready packages include mixers preloaded in heavy-duty, touring-grade road cases, custom-designed to protect its precious cargo. The durable housing features marine-grade plywood swathed in rubberized plastic laminate to protect the mixer from the elements and rigors of travel. The exterior is reinforced with impact-resistant aluminum extrusions, and all latches are recessed to respect your touring crew's hands and clothes during transport. The interior swaddles the mixer in high-density, protective foam.

X32 Firmware 3.0

Includes a new Auto-mixing option, support for the new X32-Edit 3.0 remote control application, networked and MIDI remote control directly from X-TOUCH control surfaces, and output phase inversion on all outputs, Aux outs and Ultranet channels. Also included are X-Over filter options for the Main LR and Mono/Center bus EQs.

X32-Edit App

The new X32-Edit app features a redesigned and scalable user interface, optimized for touch-control; auto-mixing; configurable fader layers; floating FX windows; and much more. The X32-Mix iPad app has also received an update to support Version 3.0 firmware.


  • 40-input channel, 25-bus digital mixing console
  • 32 MIDAS-designed, fully programmable mic preamps
  • 25 Fully automated motorized 100mm faders
  • 16 XLR outputs plus 6 additional line in/outputs, 2 phones connectors and a talkback section with integrated or external mic
  • Individual and dynamic LCD Scribble Strips on all channels and buses
  • 32 x 32 channel USB 2.0 audio interface, with DAW remote control
  • iPad and iPhone apps for remote operation (free download)
  • High-resolution 7" day-viewable Color TFT display
  • Main LCR, 6 matrix buses and 16 mix buses
  • Individual matrix and bus inserts, 6-band parametric EQ's and full dynamics processing, plus 8 DCA and 6 mute groups
  • Virtual FX rack featuring 8 true-stereo FX slots
  • 40-Bit floating-point DSP features "unlimited" dynamic range
  • Scene management
  • 48-channel digital snake ready via AES50 ports, featuring Klark Teknik's SuperMAC networking
  • USB type-A connector: file storage, uncompressed stereo recordings, show presets and system updates
  • Dedicated channel strip section with direct access controls and graphic user interface
  • Additional user-definable control section
  • Ultranet connectivity for Behringer's P-16 Personal Monitoring System plus AES/EBU stereo digital output and MIDI
  • Networked remote control for show setups with on-screen software editor via Ethernet
  • Built-in expansion port for audio interface cards or digital networking bridges
  • Future manufacturer's downloadable firmware updates, incl. new FX "Plug Ins"
  • 3-Year Warranty Program
  • Designed and engineered by Behringer Germany
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does this mixer come with any software?
Madarasz on Jul 19, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Comes with Tracktion 4 Audio Production Software. Please call us for more information.
if i assign one of the faders to the streobus, can I unassign it later?
Steve the Soundman on Mar 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can change the assignment of any fader after the fact on the Behringer X32.
what is the dimensions
MSbluesman on Feb 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The dimensions of the Behringer X32 are 35.4" x 20.8" x 7.9" and it weighs 45.4 lbs.
Can one of the bus outs be assigned as a master mono output to plug into a mono system?
Madarasz on Jul 22, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes, there are 16 assignable outs that you can send signals through.
on the x32 console - how can i use analog outputs 1 through 4 as cross-over outputs post master fader (preferably using a 4th order butterworth filter)?
Yo on Oct 19, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Please give us a call at 1-800-945-9300 to discuss this
Behringer X32 Reviews
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X32 Digital Mixer: SOFT OVERVIEW by Jeffrey Jeff
Pros: Channel Id In Sub-mixes,Eq Setting To Taste,Gain Structure Responsive,Versatile,Ships With A Dust Cover,Excellent Sound,Easy Firmware Updates,Dust Cover Included,Cat 5 Snake Routing,Compact,Accurate Controls,Quick Daw Interfacing,Midas Pre-amps,Preset Recalling
Cons: Susceptible To Heat,Non-touring Frame,Select Feature Automation,Select-type Automation,Plastic Parts,Aux Rca Inputs,Non-adhesive Analog Scrib,Not Temperature Rated


Speaking from experience working with analog, digital, hybrid (analog/digital combination) and TCRM's (touch-software controlled rack mounted digital mixer) I will not reflect on my preferred classification of consoles because I have worked in a variety of recording and live sound environments whereby each has served their purpose when needed. I am going to center this review on my appreciation for the X32 in its own right and why I feel it's a necessary tool for a variety of further scenarios.


When I first took to the X32 I noticed a very unique organization of tools configured differently from the SSL and Soundcraft consoles I had been accustomed to over the years. Like any new mixing station the key is to take what you know, apply it continue to learn by digging as far as you can to unlock the full potential within. It's a much different geography with the X32 but no loss of capability once you understand what I always refer to as establishing an "ease of maneuverability". If you're in the market for a new console chances are you have been around a few over the years and you have learned to adapt from one to the next. Here its just a matter getting used to a new direction.

On the face of the X32 we see the usual fader alignment sections broken into 2 groups or "banks", which make up a full 32. Access and switching between the banks happens by selecting the buttons corresponding to those banks found on the outer left panel of the X32 (1-16/ 17-32). Moving been these two sections of input banks does have it advantages but jointly can cause delays in productivity due to having to take an extra step along the process. Nonetheless there are validations for why Behringer/Midas made the decisions they did during the design phases of this mixer. The most appealing feature for some will be its compact size, which was a call to action to condense all of the necessary features they intended to include. Make no mistake, where one standard is modified another feature is presented.

Each channel (or technically speaking, "input position") has a SELECT feature so the end user can get an instant view of the signal's behavior through the onboard digital monitor screen. The display includes the volume levels, phantom power, dynamic processing enabled, "pan-pot" dispersion, and to what other destinations the signal is being sent. In addition this display allows access to the busses, FX, Matrix and where most of the further signal routing and assignments are executed. These functions can be configured directly by push button encoders and layer buttons providing for immediate fine-tuning, keeping your production moving forward effortlessly.

As the title states, the X32 is a digital mixer but hybrid in the sense it can operate with an analog approach. It's impossible to escape the digital membrane and in turn makes the mixing process a wee bit unnatural to analog purists. This is candid when we analyze some of the moving parts about the X32. For instance, though the channel faders and the gains for incoming levels can be physically ordered and free from digitally programmed automation, it is due to their motorized potential through which the proverbial "analog feel" becomes diminished slightly. Knowing this at first we're forced to step out of our normal comfort zones and as audio engineers and revert to the master task at hand- make it work and ask questions later. In my experience with the X32 it is a most worthy step worth putting to the test when you consider the end result for certain situations.

Here's where its gets creative- how do you feel about a graphic representation of the sources coming into each individual track?
Originally this so called "scribble strip" area on earlier models of mixing consoles required you to lay down some sort of labeling tape of your own on provided sections and pencil in what information you needed to.
Fast-forward to the future!!!!!!
The X32 gives you the option of selecting from an artistic design library of actual icons representing an array of instruments for which you are mixing and recording on each channel!
If it's a kick drum on channel 4- there's an icon for that.
If it's a guitar on channel 12- yep, there's an icon for that too.
This is of course a bit time consuming at first but you still have the room on the bottom of the mixer to go vintage if your prefer. If you do prefer to take the time to "get digitally minded" and program the individual channels to match your common I/O configuration future production set-up times will greatly become shorter considering how easy they are to recall from the memory built into the X32. One can store as many as 100 presets. Want more? We always do so knowing that you can save them all to an external device through the USB port and store a hundred more is where this feature provides endless access- given of course that you work in the industry long enough to use them all.

This "instant recall" feature is highly ideal for venues such as Houses of Worship and education theater departments that need a simpler approach to production sound set-up and training methods. For the live sound venues and independent audio engineers it provides a starting point for a multitude of events. The PRESET LIBRARY is a way to keep your production set up time to a minimal and on schedule so you're not far behind when sound-check time comes calling.

Looking at the rear panel of the X32, the unit is equipped with 32 XLR connector input ports and the pre-amps are powered by MIDAS technology. Just below the XLR inputs, the console has 5 auxiliary inputs and outputs with ¼ inch connections. These inputs allow for additional configurations for routing to the X32 any supplementary instruments or dynamic processors. The auxiliary outputs can be used for a number of different situations such as sending the mix to additional speakers or a cue monitoring system when musicians call for sub-mixes during in-studio recordings or live performances. More on utilizing the AUX sections can be found in the user's manual for enhancing efficiency when routing in or out of the X32, and step-by-step instructions on the internal routing procedures as well.

As mentioned before signal routing has been made quite manageable and straight to the point once you learn how to access those points of direction. Sub-mixing thought the DCA's (Digitally Controlled Amplifiers) is as easy as individually selecting and addressing channels individually to their respective groups. From the DCA section you can easily identify which channels fall under each group by selecting the corresponding DCA-SELECT buttons to keep your grouping techniques from becoming too convoluted. This of course takes a little getting used to at first but proves to be useful "quick-access" functionality once it's mastered.

The FX section allows you to apply both the "internal" and "effects-Sends" methodology for processing channels individually, as sub-mixes, to the main mix overall and a number of other scenarios just by assigning the parameters directly from within the X32's digital displayed layout. I am still plowing deeper to find out more myself on this section and look forward to sharing all of my future trials with you.

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The X32 makes for setting up any sound environment requiring adequate proficiency in mixing much easier than most of its predecessors especially for those new to the practice. I wouldn't recommend this for touring however as the "armor" (if you will) won't be able to take quite the beating compare to that of its Midas siblings.

This soft review just scratches the surface on what features are not only obvious but in my opinion worth pointing out to get the end user started. In further reviews I intend to break down the X32 further so I can share a closer look at the techniques used in a variety of different situations.

Most importantly and as I have conveyed to most considering the X32 for their use, is the ability to get underway quickly without the hassles of everyday technical troubleshooting that comes inherently with more complex console technology to those new to this experience. I highly recommend if you are in the market for a 16 or 32 channel mixer that you come down to PSSL's showroom and get behind the console and see for yourself. The experts in the Will Call center are here to help you through the initiation, provide troubleshooting advice and technical support that you need. Call us today or come by!

Jeffrey Jeff
May 27, 2015
Very Very Impressed with this board
Pros: Versatile,Accurate Controls,Excellent Sound

I must say when I first heard that Behringer was coming out with a digital mixer I was really worried. But after seeing this mixer in action and using it a few times for events at my son's school, including doing sound for a cover band, I was blown away of its functions. The sound quality is amazing! Doing main mixes as well as monitor mixes was very easy - loved how I could switch back and forth with ease. Really like the internal hard drive for recording live, plus you can record straight to a USB drive. The FX were impressive and the scene management was very easy to use going back and forth from the bands settings to someone speaking setting. Great board!!!
August 29, 2013
Powerful Board
I was in the market for a digital board and was initially looking at the yahama TF series. A friend suggested looking at the X32 and I could not be more happy. The is dependable and agile. There are tons tutorial videos available on youtube. I use it for high school music and theatre programs. Our theatre program is running 15 wireless mic systems plus about 10,000 watts of sound. This board makes that very simple.
August 25, 2019
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