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Behringer Q Series
With configurations ranging from 5 to 24 inputs, the Q Series features Xenyx microphone preamps for ultra-low noise and high headroom operation. Neo-classic EQs allow gentle or drastic sound shaping for any input signal. Select models feature switchable phantom power plus dedicated wireless-ready integration for Behringer's upcoming ULM Series digital wireless microphones. The mixers also feature built-in USB/audio interfaces, one-knob mono channel compressors and Klark Teknik FX engines.
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