Behringer Intros iX16 Digital Mixer for iPad

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At the 2013 NAMM Show, Behringer has introduced the iX16 Digital Mixer for iPad.

It features 16 digitally-programmable mic pres that can be controlled remotely using an iPad, scene recall, MIDI control of external hardware & a built-in effects rack.

Here are the details:

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Product Features:

  • iPad controlled 16-input, 8-bus digital mixer for studio and live application
  • 16 programmable mic preamps
  • 6 TRS aux sends and 2 XLR main outputs plus phones connector
  • 18 x 18 channel USB 2.0 audio interface
  • iPad and PC apps available for remote operation via Ethernet, LAN or Wifi
  • 8 buses each featuring inserts, 6-band parametric EQ’s and full dynamics processing
  • Virtual FX rack featuring 4 true-stereo FX slots including high-end simulations such as Lexicon 480L and PCM70, EMT250 and Quantec QRS etc.
  • 40-Bit floating-point DSP features “unlimited” dynamic range with no internal overload and near-zero overall latency (0.8 msec)
  • Scene management allows full storage and total recall of your setups
  • USB type-A connector providing file storage and uncompressed stereo recordings plus show presets and system updates
  • Integrated ULTRANET connectivity for BEHRINGER’s P-16 Personal Monitoring System
  • MIDI In/Out for remote scene recall or controlling other MIDI equipment

Pricing and availability are TBA. See the Behringer site for details.

8 thoughts on “Behringer Intros iX16 Digital Mixer for iPad

      1. They just reannounced it at NAMM13- links here seem to have to undergo moderationand take a long time to show up, so just find it on their site under “computer audio interfaces”. It looks identical to the one they announced Jan of 2012.

  1. Is it actually docked/plugged in, or does it just float there? I see at least a 1/2″ on either side, and nothing plugged in. Also, what’s with the curved shape? Looks ugly to me.

  2. I sympathize with Behringer….. with the increasing pissing about with connectors, displays, processors et al & secretive new model releases from Apple, by the time anyone develops any new IOS hardware its probably obsolete !

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