Using A Mixing Console in the Radio Shack

As a result of numerous responses to another video I posted on my YouTube channel a few weeks ago, I have now prepared a video that gives you a detailed look at using the Behringer Xenyx Q802 USB mixing console.

The unit is wired up to four receivers, then sent off to a pair of powered speakers. I cover how the mixer is connected to the radios and the speakers, explain the various controls available to the shortwave radio listener and amateur radio operator, the advantages of using this system in the radio shack, and offer a few tips when buying a mixing console such as this Behringer unit.

If you have a few receivers kicking around in your radio shack, this is one way to hook them all together and send their audio on to your favourite monitoring speakers. Thanks for taking the time to watch this little video. As always, comments and feedback are most welcome.

 

73 and good DX to you all,

Rob Wagner VK3BVW

Rob Wagner, VK3BVW, is the author of this post and a regular contributor to the SWLing Post. He also blogs at the Mount Evelyn DX Report. He also has a grab bag of assorted radio videos to check out at his YouTube Channel.

One thought on “Using A Mixing Console in the Radio Shack

  1. Tom Servo

    Nice! I have an ancient Radio Shack consumer-grade mixer with standard RCA inputs that I use in a similar fashion, feeding radio audio and computer sound card output to a common set of speakers. It’s starting to show its age, though, and channels keep cutting out. I’m getting some contact cleaner to try and bring it back to good health, along with a cherished old JVC EQ from the 80’s.

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